The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 3, 1998 · Page 11
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac WEDNESDAY, JUNE 3, 1998 B3 -JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). In business, promise just enough to arouse interest; not enough to make others doubt you can deliver. Communication at home is needed. Take charge. Organize paperwork and file it so that records are accessible. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A new romance (or intellectual tryst) with a mentor is very possible now. Co-workers respect your judgment but may not have the authority to do as you request. An educated guess is on the money, but don't gamble. •GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You are organized on the job your boss calls you a winner. Intelligent companions help you figure out what to do and make tough decision. Even if your mind is made up, let others have a say. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Make the first move in a romance. Creative projects should not be rushed. Solo, you are dynamic -- team efforts are troublesome. Participate in community or corporate functions. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Movies and books have something to teach you. Take a break when you need one instead of proving you are tough. Everyone loves a good joke, but a tasteless one ybii cannot live down. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (June 3). If you've been preoccupied with matters of the heart, rest assured that after a few months of searching, the right person will come for you. After a slow start, you could be in a committed relationship by September of this year. Don't forget about your career. It needs attention during the summer, when a door opens briefly and then shuts again. Jump on any sudden opportunities to increase your wealth. Your lucky numbers are 2, 3, 15, 28, 37 and 40. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Brilliant insights impress a sweetheart. You are naturally bright and don't need to show off. Keep trying to connect with that hardened individual. Asking for support from those who have gone before brings prompt answers. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Love can be easy if you let go of your need to be dramatic. Your guide may be jealous of your fresh position. Don't put your work where it is vulnerable to thievery. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A simple life feels terrific, so let go of some of your heavy baggage. You have just the right words for that lonely soul. Reach out and give to your neighbors, even if it is only a smile. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You can be the light for someone who is confused. Supporting an artistic friend by buying his or her works shows your loyalty. Your fantastic style is praised tonight -• but maybe not to your face. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Truth is finally revealed, what a reliefl Rearrange things so you may spend more time on your pet project. In the future, your hobbies will make money, too, so don't feel guilty about doing less work and having more fun. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Be bold where love is concerned; others are waiting for you to make a move. Say your blessings out loud, and the universe graces you with even more abundance. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Hopes are high regarding what others think you can achieve. You fulfill special requirements and then some. There is no good reason to criticize yourself. Extra effort for a friend can mean a big change in plans. *Bad **Falr *** Good **** Excellent Dickinson Theaters Children $3.75: Seniors $4.00; •Prtmellme Adults $3.75; OlherTlmns $5.76 Sunset 2, Sunset Plaza All seals PG13 • ratlnd ** S1.50 Matinees; $1.75 Evenings ,, £**• ?.,.„?'7.9(1 o-t Sallna Art Center (1:50- 4.35)-/.<iU-9.3 Regular Admission 55.50, ($4.50 SAC Members): •Prlmetlme $4.00, ($3.50 SAC Members) The Horse Whisperer PG13« rating *** (*1:00-'4:30)-8:00 Central • 2 hours 40 min. Bulworth . R • rating ***Vi (•1:50-*4:35)-7:20-9:50 Central • 1 hour 52 min. Godzilla PG13 'rating*'/! (*12:45-*3:30)-6:15-9:00 Central • 2 hours 12 min. Deep Impact PG13« rating **V4 (*1:40-'4:25)-7:10-9:50 Central • 1 hour 55 min. Hope Floats PG13 • rating ** (<1:30-*4:15)-7:00-9:40 Central • 1 hour 54 min. City of Angels PG13-rating*** (•1:40-'4:25)-7:10-9:40 Central • 2 hours Central • 1 hour 32 min. Godzilla PG13-rating* 1 /, (•1:30-M:15)-7:00-9:45 Mid-State • 2 hours 12 min. Titanic PG13'rating **** (*2:00)-7:00 Mid-State • 3 hours 17 min. Quest for Camelot G • rating ** (*2:05)-4:30 Mid-State • 1 hour 26 min Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas R • rating * 7:05-9:25 Mid-State • 2 hours 8 min. The Wedding Singer PG13 • rating* (*1:45-*4:30)-7:15-9:30 Sunset • 1 hour 36 min. Mercury Rising R • rating ** (•1:30) Sunset • 1 hour 51 min. WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 53 LOW • today, mostly cloudy and cooler. High of 74. Northeast wind 15 to 25 mph and gusty. Tonight,-cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers, and thunderstorms. Low of 53. , 8:51 p.m. Today's Sunset 6:06 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast MATHERS • SATURDAY: Mostly clear. Low 45 to 50. High in the . lower 70s. * SUNDAY: Mostly sunny and warmer. Low in the lower 50s, High near 80. • THURSDAY: Clqudy«with a 40 , ' percent chance of showers. A thunderstorm is , possible. High 70 to 75. Low in the lower 50s. • FRIDAY; Cloudy '•- with chance of , thunderstorms early. 'Decreasing clouds late. High around 70. Salina yesterday * Source: Satina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Ye&r High 90 80 97/1943 LOW 62 ,58 ,,,~te/,1922 r i t • High and low-to 9 p.m. .'?v"' "•>' , s:; : ' , .; PRECIPITATION ? Tuesday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Monday (24 hours) 0.00 June to date 0.00 Average June 4.18 Year to date 8.55 Average year through June 14.96 Average year 29.68 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE ' 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol T ADVICE U.S.today 70s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L EI3 153 HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today 88loft\ - Chanuie Conoordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hill City Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsbura Russell Topeka Wichita HI 90 93 88 95 94 92 89 89 95 91 92 93 90 90 95 LO PREC ss 70 55 66 63 63 49 49 69 57 53 ' 73 56 61 72 Anchorage Atlanta' Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix Sari Francisco HI 61 95 73 63 99 70 70 83 72 73 95 65 96 95 65 •y> 37 '••72 56 52 75 48 62 68 60 59 71 53 76 72 55 '• OUK to* Cldy , • Cidy ' Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy Clr fcldy Clr. Clr Rain ""'C'ir Clr' Cldy That sweet little boy is 50 NEW YORK — Say it ain't so: The Beav turned 50 Tuesday! "Right now I feel like I could do 50 more," Jerry Mathers said. The star of "Leave it to Beaver" said he is in better shape now than he was as a younger man. He has lost 36 pounds in the last year after taking up a regular exercise program. "The doctor told me I was badly out of shape," he said. "I had high blood pressure and diabetes, and If I didn't take care of myself I wouldn't be here; in another three to five years." Mathers plans a belated birthday bash' Aug. 1 at Notre Dame High School in Sherman Oaks, Calif. Among his invited fans: Steven Spielberg, Cher, Ron Howard, George Foreman and Ted Turner. Brady seeks Heston's help FAIRFAX, Va. — James Brady wants Charlton Heston to use his position with the National Rifle Association to help keep guns out of the hands of children. Brady, who was wounded in the 1981 assassination attempt on President Reagan, said Tuesday in a letter to the actor that legislation is needed to prevent such tragedies as the fatal school shootings in Jonesboro, Ark., and Springfield, Ore. Brady supports a proposal to require that handguns be sold with a child safety lock for safe storage. "Maybe it's time to issue a 'Ten Commandments' for gun owners," he wrote, referring to Heston's signature role. Heston, first vice president of the NRA and next in line for the presidency, said Tuesday he had not received the letter. Cos wants Jell-0 on the field CLEVELAND — Bill Cosby has a winning formula for the Cleveland Browns: Jell-0. The comedian was introduced as a partner Tuesday by investors who want to buy the expansion team. "If things get rough, and the visiting team is marching on us, that might be the time that we'll spread it right wherever they're running," said Cosby, a Jell- O pitchman. Cosby said he wants to get involved in sports ownership to help young athletes stay out of trouble. He would own 5 percent of the Browns in a group headed by Cleveland lawyer Larry Dolan and his brother, Cablevision Systems Corp. Chairman Charles Dolan. From Wire Service Reports Babies should sleep on their backs to prevent SIDS Dear Ann Landers: Please help us spread the word to every parent, grandparent, doctor, day-care worker, baby sitter — and every other person who cares for children. Placing babies on their backs to sleep is the single most important step they can take to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Each year, SIDS claims the lives of nearly 3,000 babies in the United States alone. Despite ongoing research, SIDS cannot be predicted or prevented. Since 1992, however, the American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended placing babies to sleep on their backs. This has resulted in a 38 percent decline in SIDS deaths. Last year, I joined the Back to Sleep ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. campaign to help spread this message. For many Americans, placing children on their backs flies in the face of conventional wisdom. I remember putting my own children to sleep on their tummies, as many parents of my generation did. Sleep position is just one important way to safeguard your baby's health. Parents should also make sure their baby sleeps on a firm mattress or other surface that is free of pillows and fluffy blankets or coverings. Receiving proper prenatal care, having your children immunized, breast-feeding your babies, staying away from alcohol and tobacco, and making sure you don't overbundle or overheat a child's environment are also important. Please help us remind parents to place their children to sleep on their backs. For those parents whose infants have medical conditions, urge them to talk to their health-care providers about the best sleep position for their babies. If any of your readers would like more information, they TV TONIGHT can write to: Back to Sleep, 31 Center Drive, Building 31, Room 2A32, Bethesda, Md. 20892-2425, or call 1-800-505-CRIB. Thanks, Ann. — Tipper Gore, Washington, B.C. Dear Tipper: I very much appreciate your sharing this information with my readers. When one considers that the simple act of placing babies on their backs rather than on their tummies can save lives, it is amazing that this has not been more widely publicized. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Dear Ann Landers: My husband and I own 10 acres of orange grove with a house on the property, 45 miles away from where we live. My husband is 79, and I am 75. He has what neurologists call dementia. I'm told he won't get any better and may develop Alzheimer's. He can no longer drive and is unable to take care of our property. Our son, 34, is adamant that we not sell this piece of land. He says he will no longer speak to us if we do. He also resents that we did a little traveling between 1984 and 1992, and bought a new car. Apparently, he would like us to just sit around and save our money so he will collect a sizable inheritance when we die. We do not own the house we live in. I would like to sell our ranch property and buy something smaller or live in a retirement community and be comfortable in the years we have left. Our son has refused to go with us to see a financial planner. He doesn't call, doesn't stop by and is just plain angry. I am sick about this. Please tell me what to do. — Torn Up in California Dear California: You don't say whether or not you have other children or nieces and nephews who might reason with your son. Meanwhile, you do not need his permission to sell your property and move into a retirement home, which makes a great deal of sense to me. Go forward with your plan, and if your son is upset about it, that's too darned bad. 6/3/98 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays Metropolitan Opera Presents 515864 Funding 20661 The Contrary JMTV Artist Cut Say What? Total Request 979154 'owers 959390 NBC, Wichita illly Graham 4796 NBA Basketball Playoffs Finals Game 1 - Teams to Be Announced. 280406 News 8497661 iQThe Nashville Network Jfe-Johnny Paycheck 203319 Prime Time Country 212 Celebrities Offstage 292 SI FOX, Wlchlta-Salina Movie **» "The Net" (1995) Sandra Bullock. 22135 News 83609 Real TV 75241 Roseanne Cheers 46241 [3 Comedy Central erf Foxworthy Brett Butler Tim Allen: Men Allen Rewires South 7396357 Pulp II CBS, Topeka Nanny 4048 Simple 8116 Public Eye 62086 Chicago Hope 42222 News 2340241 Late 38438929 03 Odyssey Our House 9039116 Triumphs Spiritual Home Unbroli 19068628 I Access 6, Salina Community 71796 OhSayl57116 Health Talk 60680 4-H Is More 70067 3D ESPN tanley Cup Playoffs: Western Final Game 5 - Red Wings at Stars 6971 r League BE FOX, Kansas City Movie **» "The Net" (1995) Sandra Bullock. 22357 News 46680 News 64661 Real TV 80609 J0ESPN2 flajor league Baseball Teams to Be Announced. (Live) 6693661 College Basebal PBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson Metropolitan Opera Presents 968932 Served 88574 Business Rpt. 39The Family Channel flovie "Storm Chasers: Revenge of the Twister" 571661 ABC, Kansas City SplnCity 86661 Dharma 31609 Carey 25339 Ellen 81116 Prlmetime Live 44406 News 5956796 Roseanne ED TNT iabylon 5 229357 Movie' Than Blood" (1998) EJ ABC, Wichita Spin City 2048 Dharma 6116 Carey 1796 Ellen 1113 Primetime Live 48262 News 2296067 Nighttlne 39 Cartoon Network Dexter's Lab Flintstones Bugs & Daffy 4672135 I CBS, Wichita Nanny 7116 Simple 4512 Public Eye 15154 Chicago Hope 95390 News 2281135 Late 29141357 JSCI Fl Sightings 977 : orever Ki ] NBC, Kansas City 3rd Rock-Sun Working NBA Basketball Playoffs Finals Game 1 - Teams to Be Announced. 390425 News 411680 33 Animal Planet Animal Doctor Vets 5393: I Encore Movie "Bachelor Party" (1984) 6784715 Movie * * * "Nothing in Common" (1986) Tom Hanks. 77295241 33 Lifetime Unsolved Mysteries 975338 "Final Justice" @WTBS Movie * * * "Romancing the Stone" (1984) Michael Douglas. 60202338 Movie "The War of the Roses" 83134680 3D CNBC Hardball 4182715 ICinemax Movie * * * "My Girl" (1991) Macaulay CulKin. 586593 iMovie * * * "Murder at 1600" (1997) (CC) 956203 HI Encore Plus Lone Ranger Wanted: Dead zl Movie "That Old Feeling" (1997) 8183965 Movie ** "Faithful" (1996) Cher. (CC) 44894154 29221226 EBThe Learning Channel Wondr-Weathr Disapp HI HBO Movie "Domlnlck" Cont'd Movie ** "Addicted to Love" (1997) Meg Ryan. 359241 Larry Sanders Larry Sanders S3 Fox Sports Network ports 763241 Pregame r League I ) Discovery Wild Discovery 902357 Discover Magazine 988777 Beyond Bizarre 991241 Justice Files 901628 33 Arts & Entertainment Biography 997425 American Justlc 3J CNN World Today 517203 Larry King Live 526951 World Today 546715 Sports 269226 Moneyllne I Black Entertainment TV Planet Groove 293067 X-Files B315203 NYPDBIueB324951 Color 2029116 Bobcat X-Files 8314574 B3unlvlsion Esmeralda 1 'uebto C lAmer. Movie Classics Movie "Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea" (1961) 63848512 WENN 627154 Movie ** "Tumbleweed" (1953) 657680 09 Disney Movie **s "Annie" (1982) Albert Finney, Aileen Quii S3 us A Walker, Texas Ranger 542999 I Movie "Meteorites!" (1998) Tom Wopat. 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