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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1997 B7 HOROSCOPES ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). If something's n troubling in your career or a relationship __ hit bumpy ground, speak up. The stars allow <-*ypu the time to solve money problems. Partners i»afp now on speaking terms after some tension. ?££••• TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The stars keep }jw*h'e status quo on money, health benefits and £;'.'unlons. Allow your imagination to work for you. »«'The person who tells the truth today is the ultimate victor. Go to sleep early since tomorrow is hectic. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Exhibit your strengths. Acquire new skills that gain attention. Partnerships with those who'll boost your career lead to promotions by the year's end. A power struggle will be settled. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Personal benefits increase as you reaffirm your health routine. Analyze every . , situation thoroughly before jri> Inc - making a final decision. Order J5k^ * brings balance to your life and WL-'i' to the lives of those close to ;* JOYCE I&-JILLSON >**., .Creators Syndicate Inc. {£»> LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your popularity is at njfa"n all-time high. You can't say "Yes" to all your Jc' Social Invitations, so choose carefully. Reap ^financial rewards after taking a small personal t£TJ6k. The evening holds intrigue. ;*-••. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (September 28). You '-i_kriow what you want out of life, and you've been ',<*on the right path. Next month requires patience, j'* 1 Cooperation and tolerance. Reap rewards for '. yp'ur efforts by December. Love or marriage is ;" the focus of the winter holiday season. Many r-llngles fall hard. Terrific possibilities are Pisces j»Hjnd Aquarius. Your most precious contribution i'sells for top dollar in May. •'"'•• VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Plan ahead as v', numerous deadlines pop up. Delegate tasks as life becomes busier. Travel is effortless. By £;<-felaxing, you're able to express yourself without JJ^fear of backlash or criticism. **•"•••• LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). An important decision is required -- it's time to get off of the fence! A family member's accomplishment makes L ~' proud. A sKort drive can alleviate tension. our sweetheart is being more considerate. ---•. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your status is elevated within a community group or family structure. Be tolerant of those challenging the status quo and experimenting with alternative lifestyles. A new love Is around the corner. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your personal success surpasses expectations -- just look at all you have to be grateful fort Reconciliations are possible but not necessarily recommended. A dysfunctional family member gets help. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 1 9). You have an innate style, so show others your flair. Compromises in a relationship are to your benefit. Authority figures side with you. Investment opportunities are found through friends or relatives. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Allow events to follow their natural course. Tend to your domestic duties and financial affairs. Cleaning the closet cleans out the cobwebs of your mlndl This evening, charm everyone you meet. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your love is impressed by your sophistication. Guard your plans until you're sure what direction to take. Splurge on a gourmet meal tonight. Take advantage of a second-chance opportunity. *Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent DIcklruonThMtera Chlldran » Stnlori 13.50 •Prlmttlmi Adult. »3.75 OUwThnM 15.50 RiguUr Admlulon 15.50, •PrliMttnM $4.00, Fire Down Below R • rating *'/. (*1:40)-7:20-9:40 Central • 1 hour 45 mln. Air Force One R • rating **'/. {•1:40-'4:25)-7:10-9:50 Central • 1 hour 58 mln. The Game R • rating ***% (•1:30-'4:15)-7:00-10:00 Central • 2 hours 5 min. G.t. Jane R • rating ***% (•1:30-*4:15)-7:00-10:00 ' g Central • 2 hours ' Excess Baggage ! IPG13 »ratlng*** • (-4:35) ; Central • 1 hour 38 mln. • The Edge «<~V R« rating*** • H(*1:50-'4:25)-7:05-9:45 J' fc JSentral • 2 hours 11 mln. » In and Out 2 PG13 • rating *** lS"(*2:00-*4:45)-7:30-9:30 Central • 1 hour 30 min. ($4.50 SAC Itambm) ($3.50 SAC MMtbm) Men In Black PG13 •rating*** (•2:00-*4:45)-7:30-9:30 Central • 1 hour 38 mln. The Peacemaker R • rating**'/. (*1:50-*4:35)-7:20-9:40 Central • 2 hours 8 mln. Wlshmaster R • rating ** (•2:05-'4:35)-7:05 Mid State «1 hour 30 mln. Soul Food PG13 • rating ***'/. C2:00-'4:30)-7:00 Mid State «1 hour 45 mln. Batman and Robin PG13 -rating** (•1:30-*4:15)-7:30 Sunset • 1 hour 29 mln. Con Air R • rating *** (*1!1S-*4:30)-7:16 Sunset • 2 hours Substance of Fire R • rating *** 2:00-5:00-7:00 Art Center Cinema > 1 hour 41 min. WEATHER SaiM today Kansas today 76 PEOPLE 45 LOW Today, partly cloudy. Breezy. .High of 76. North wind 15 to 25 mph. Tonight, mostly clear. Low of 45.. 7:18 p.m. 7:24 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast ( / • • * MONDAY: Clear • THURSDAY: Dry to partly cloudy with and mild. Lows in the highs in the 70s. - mid-40s to mid-50s. .; • • TUESDAY: Dry,•, Highs mostly in the and mildl Lows in the mid-<to upper 70s ., 40s. Highs mostly In northeast to the 80s the 70s. < • , west and south. •WEDNESDAY: Dry and mild. Lows in trie ' mld^Osjo mid-50s. •-•, Highs mostly in the ; ,mid: to upper 70s , northeast to the 80s , west and south/, . J « Satoa yesterday , : TEMPERATURES Yeatorday Normal Record/Year Hlflh-IBS". ->78 , 101/1911 Low 6£j, - 4 "53 32/1903 •High and tow to 6 p.m ' r^s :,V>;' : -^ *;•<• 24-hour to 6 p.m. September to data Average September Year to data ; Average year through September • , Average year ••\ •' •' NEB. MO. Colby 81' J Kansas City 77° COLO/ Salina 76° Topeka 77° Liberal ZL. 79° Wichita 77< J iJPittsburg 78° OKLA. Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy U.S. today COLD WARM STATIONARY © 1997 AccuWeathe Pressure ^. HIGH LOW SHOWERS MIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today None 3.11 3.51 20.71 24.43 28.95 . 4 -M -, ;• ' ,, ( ,, f, : ', , ,V f<l ': , KAfjSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE i' <'<•;/••, ; 1-8OQ-5B5-7623 ,' , . ProvhW 'by tha Kansas Hlgriway Patrol Belleville Belolt Chanute Concordla Dodge City Emoorla Garden City Qoodland Hutchlnson HI 77 82 82 81 86 87 90 89 85 LO PREC 63 64 56 63 SB 60 41 55 62 Lawrence -> ^84' "55 '<• Manhattan 'PHtsburtl Russell Topeka Wichita 87 82 83 85 85 63 58 62 57 62 Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Anqeles New Yotk C tty ••• . Oklahoma Cltv Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 50 78 63 76 88 73 74 90 97 •?•',-• -68, 80 69 84 99 86 LO 34 62 51 63 65 44 55 66 72 56 !; .56 51 73 73 59 * OTLK Clr Cldv Cldv Cldv Clr - Clr Clr Clr '.:•:'• Clr Cldy '. . :;cidy:. . . Clr ' Rain Clr Clr Selleck, Kline kiss on screen NEW YORK — Smooching a man in a movie was no big deal for Tom Selleck, who once sued a supermarket tabloid that printed rumors he is gay. "My anxiety was whether people would buy it," Selleck says in the latest Entertainment Weekly. "My anxiety wasn't about whether I could kiss a man." The comedy "In & Out" features Selleck as a TV reporter who kisses a schoolteacher, played by Kevin Kline. The actors took two days and more than 30 takes to get the hug and kiss scene just right. "Tom is so big and so manly, he could, you know, just grab me," Kline said. "I was like Vivien Leigh to his Clark Gable." Selleck sued The Globe for $20 million in 1991 for running a story suggesting he was homosexual. He got an out-of-court settlement and a printed apology. "I knew all the tabloid stuff would come back up," Selleck said. "But the movie isn't an answer, or any sort of apology (to gay people) for me suing a tabloid for saying I'm gay. That's nonsense. ... No leading man in this business has ever gotten anywhere without somebody saying he's gay, and that's fine." Vonnegut's work is done DELAWARE, Ohio — Kurt Vonnegut has finished his life's work. Don't expect any more books from the author of "Slaughterhouse-Five," "Cat's Cradle" and "Hocus Pocus," Vonnegut said, adding that no one should be surprised he meant his latest novel, this year's "Time- quake," to be his last. "There's nothing prophetic about it," Vonnegut said Thursday at • Ohio Wesleyan University. "I'm 75 years old. Any insurance agent would say it better be his last novel." ~ In a speech on creativity and censorship, Vonnegut advised people to "try to get away with as much as they can, but not too much." '. Some artists' use of the cross and desecration of the flag is an example of "too much." But, Vonnegut said, "It's not'the business of government to keep you from having your feelings hurt. Stone returns to Yale NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Oliver Stone returned to Yale, where he attended classes in the 1960s, to hawk his novel about a fictional character named Oliver Stone. . "That's part of the relay race. You pass the torch on," Stone said Friday, "you take from your time and you hopefully make it intense and interesting, and people read it and they know what it was like in the "60s." From Wire Service Reports VONNEGUT T ADVICE Readers angry that elderly drivers keep licenses Dear Ann Landers: I was furious when I read the letter about "Uncle Bob," the 86-year-old man who is fighting to hang on to his driver's privileges even though he has failed his driving test five times and his doctor has ordered him to stop driving. Last year, I was struck by a car while crossing the street with a green "walk" signal. The driver was an 86-year-old woman in a 1984 Cadillac Coupe De Ville. She told the police she didn't see me until I landed on the hood of her car. I was w lucky to escape with two sprained ankles. Her driver's license? She didn't have one. — Oakland, Calif. Dear Oakland: I don't know when I've received so much angry mail. The read- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. ers were truly incensed. They called Uncle Bob a potential murderer, among other things. Keep reading: From San Francisco: At age 85, Dad bought a new car. It wasn't easy to wrest the old Dodge Dart from him, but we did it. When he turned 90, we knew it was time for him to stop driving. He did, too, but resisted. Then, we showed him a news story about a 90-year-old man who went for a Sunday drive, encountered a steep hill, lost control and plowed into a car, killing the driver and her four young children. That did it. Santa Ana, Calif.: Two years ago, I was driving along, five months' pregnant, when out of nowhere, a car slammed into me. I was stunned and terrified. The driver of the other car was an elderly man returning to his retirement home. An ambulance arrived, and the elderly driver and I were told to get in, even though neither of us was hurt. Soon, it became obvious from his senseless babbling that he TV TONIGHT was in the latter stages of senility. Something must be done to get these very old drivers off the road. They are every bit as dangerous as drunks. Euless, Texas: Many elderly people quit driving when their eyesight fails. Bless them. The ones who are too stubborn to give up their independence will continue to victimize others because of their selfishness. Waco, Texas: I am an M.D. who had to take my father's driver's license away because I knew if I didn't, something terrible was sure to happen. My mother was furious with me. She said I was not "defending" him as a son should. I told her I was "defending" the pedestrians and other drivers because driving is not a right,' it's a privilege. — Harry Slade, M.D. Boca Raton, Fla.: Two years before my father died at 85, he tried to drive while experiencing a heart attack. When we arrived at the hospital, I told him his driving days were over. Although I pro- vided him with alternate transportation, he never forgave me. If an elderly parent insists on driving, hide the keys, disconnect the battery, remove the distributor cap or let the air out of the tires. Chicago: My 86-year-old father should not be driving. He has had a heart attack and is stone deaf, and his vision is poor. He refuses to give up his car keys. Driving is his whole life. When my mother was on her deathbed, his main worry Vvas that people who came to see her would block the driveway and he wouldn't be able to get out. What can we do? — Between a Rock and a Hard Place Dear Between: nYou can bite the bullet, take away his car keys and arrange . with family members or a livery service to take him wherever he wants to go. Expensive? Yes, but a lot cheaper than hospital bills or a wrongful death suit. ' Thanks to all who wrote for those excellent letters. You have helped save some lives today, and I am grateful. 9/28/97 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 I PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays Nature 82663 Anyplace 4312 Kwp Up 1549 Sister Wendy't-Pilntlng 88667 Murder 71664 MrBean 80312 I MTV Road Rules Road Rules Daria 779664 BMvIs 798799 Mvlah Carey Austin Stories Lovellne 936022 | NBC, Wichita M*n-B8dly Jenny 935 Movie "Cloned" (1997) Elizabeth Perkins. (CC) 8041 News 2542799 Seinfeld BJThe Nashville Network Bass Masters Classic 898119 Buckmasters Hunting Count Outdoor Mag. Raceday NASCAR Road612$86 | FOX, WIchlta-Salina Simpsons King-Hill 61577 X-Files 15515 Movie **» "Footloose" (1984) Kevin Bacon. 85374 EQ Comedy Central Movie * * "The Favor" (1994), Bill Pullman 4219393 Dr.KatzPro. Critic 2235799 Dally Show Viva 5227770 | CBS, Topeka Touched by an Angel 20867 Movie "Get to Hit Heart: The Barbara Mandrel! Story" 50523 News 1639770 Texas Ranger IB Odyssey Triumphs Preachers Common Sense 7395022 In Touch 7315886 News 6189577 Preachers.. | Acce»« 6, Salina Bible Prophecy 42041 Breakaway 28461 Community Bulletin Board 697428 60 ESPN Auto Racing PPG CART World Series •- Marlboro 500. From the California Speedway in Fontana, Calif. 509577 Sportscerrter RPM4898&67 | FOX, Kansas City Simpsons King-Hill 16041 X-Files 57515 News 37751 News 8334751 Look Beyond I0ESPN2 Major League Soccer Teams to Be Announced. (Live) 6778751 Strongest Man I Karate ISKA. (R) 3829374 QPBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlrwon National Geographic 44409 Nature 53157 Sister Wtndy's-Palntlng 33393 Wagner 67848 Schumann EDI The Family Channel Movie "Marrled-Strngr" Cont'dlMovIe "Columbo: Rest In Peace, Mrs. Columbo" 926645 Hawaii Five-0 938480 | ABC, Kansas City Movie "Toy Story" (CC) Cont'd Movie "Two Cam Back" (1997) Melissa Joan Hart. 62461 News 4728799 Roseanne QjTNT NFL Football Philadelphia Eagles at Minnesota Vikings. (Live) (CC) 741119 Post Game Report 81342fr | ABC, Wichita Movie "Toy Story" (CC) Cont'd Movie "Two Cum Back" (1997) Melissa Joan Hart. 60461 News 1813374 Deep Space 9 1 Cartoon Network Scooby Doo Fllntstones ToonHeads Avery 4582848 YuckleDuckll Johnny Bravo Chicken Dexter's Lab | CBS, Wichita Touched by an Angel 75393 Movie "6*1 to the Hurt: The Burton Mandrel! Story" 95157 News 1831770 Inside Edition JSCI Fl "M.A.N.T.I.S." (1994) 9374138 Fl«h 2640003 Robocop: The Series 2660867 Web 2663954 | NBC, Kansas City Men-Badly Jenny 140003 Movie "Cloned" (1997) Elizabeth Perkins. (CC) 605515 News 3696312 Home Imp. EQ Animal Planet Crocodile Hunter 17935 Vets 18190 Vets 37225 Spirits of the Rainforest 13119 Crocodile Hunter 16206 |Q Encore Movie "After Hours" (1985) (CC) 6429577 IMovIe it "Nowhere to Run" (1993) 15556206 5625206 1 Lifetime Movie "Terror In the Shadows" (1995) 629393 Intimate Portrait 946867 Homicide: Life 941954 IWTBS National Geo. 217374 Tattoo* Skin 218003 Wttdl Ufi Adventures 238867 National Geo. 2939157 Movie * * * "Salvador" (1986) James Woods. 821751 QDCNBC Steals-Deals 1769175 Rivera live 9769995 Charles Grodln 5369139 Scan 4887751 TlmRusst^ ICInemax Movie ***» "JFK" (1991) KevinCostner. 47592645 ncore Plus Press Gang Hidden 519119 Eerie 896770 I Sky Tractors Enid 323409 Kerrlsdale Young Concert 361698 IStarzl 'GoM Diggers: Bur Mountain" 7541428 ("Englishman Who Want Up a Hill" 80129022 7855848 Q)The Learning Channel Castle Ghosts 816515 Castle Ghosts 892935 Castle Ghosts 812799 Castle Ghosts 815836 I HBO Movie *** "The Josephine Baker Story" (1991) 8234645 Movie "The Glimmer Man" (1996) 1821698 Chris Rock Q3 Fox Sports Network Major League Soccer: Rapids at Clash 481003 Motorcycle Racing 517867 Boxing 510954 ) Discovery Would You Believe It 692041 Beneath-Wavee 678461 Cod* Red-Sub. 698225 Justice Files 691312 I Arts & Entertainment Figure Skating Gershwin on Ice. 630461 American Film Institute Salute to Martin Scorsese 673916^ I CNN News 120374 Sports 885799 Impact 221577 World Today 234041 Sports 717008 Sports 412616 I Black Entertainment TV Paid 982022 Ben H. 6141191 Lead Story I Bobby Jones Gospel 751935 Feed Children Price 955138 C. Pearsorg Jf/x Movie * * "Rapid Fin" (1992) Brandon Lee. 1197480 Color 1924157 IColor 8784935 Miami Vice 7414157 BDunlvlslon idueCrees? 20409 El Gran Homenaje de Joan Sebastian 49995 NotlcleroUnl. TitularesD. lAmer. Movie Classics Movie * * * "The Young Phlladelphlant" (1959) 8252041 Movie * * * "The Far Country" (1955) (CC) 32720461 QB Disney LeAnn Rimes 595645 Disneyland Story (R) 504393 IMovIe * * * "The Parent Trap" (1961) (CC) 3439003 JUS A Pacific Blue 230225 Silk Stalklngs 216645 La Famine Nikita 236409 Big Easy 239596 {QEI Entertainment Supermodel 799409 Victoria Secret 706157 Peacemaker Premiere 788393 Supermodel 781480 I Nickelodeon Shelby 430138 |NlckN«w> [mppyOayt |Mun»Ur» Odd Couple [Dick Van Dyke [Newhart |BobNwhart |fflshowtime Movie "Gold COM!" (1997) Marg Helgenberger. 283577 |Hn 8 r 516157 [Outer UrnlU |Polt»ryl»t-U8. S9103S77. JDPrevue, D Weather Channel, BJEducatlon Access, 60 Government Access-BQ Headline News, fflCSPAN, SB Home Shopping Network, fflQVC, O) Country Mualc Television, ffiVH-1, JBFItTVI, QBCSPANft BfHome & Garden, BBKnowledgeTV, BPTCI FYI, fllFox News, BINewsport, flpThe Food NetworkTOBAmerica^ Jewelry Store, JB-fflReguest, BiPlayboy/Actlon t > CHANNELS NOT LISTED: QD Court TV, OB MSNBC,

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