The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 18, 1996 · Page 9
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 9

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1996
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL Almanac THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1996 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Look beyond immediate circumstances, and make choices more appropriate for the future. Ideas appeal to the mass market. A romantic liaison is irresistible and actually has great potential. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Cooperate in a procedure that deals with a new type of business. A mild flirtation isn't worth the risk. An elusive goal is close. Spend time bonding with a child. Get proper dosuments, and do everything, by the book. • GEMINI (May 21-June 20). You are in a transitional phase. It's out with the old and in with the new. Show willpower and others will back you more than in the past. Public adulation comes from actions you do for your own benefit. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Be precise about what you want or others may get confusing messages. Pay attention to a current partner who may be straying. Luck comes when you • confront a personal dilemma seek out a professional. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Power brokers now need you. Information you hold has more value than you think. Family members try to talk you out of a move or career choice - be firm. Career boosts come from people you meet at gatherings. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (January 18). Renewed health, emotional release and satisfaction emanate from close family members. You have luck completing a speculative project next August. But first, in February, you find sources of funding for your career, home-improvement projects or real estate. By April, an estrangement ends. Leadership comes from efforts made in June. Windfalls come in July and August. Enjoy new love with a Taurus or Gemini. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You feel better because of new love or commitments. Take on responsibilities - as the more you do; the more effective you are. An elusive offer or proposal comes. Seek out more variety in your social life. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). The writing Is on the wall, so make plans in case a major client or financial benefactor loses interest. Power and luck are connected with new people. Rummage through you memories, and find out why a relative is so angry. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Others want to treat you well, so accept generosity. A modest financial venture soon turns intb a huge bonanza. Check expenditures - a relative is overspending. Luck goes to the unattached through matchmakers. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Keep your perspective, hold your temper, and back off from confrontations. Diversify, your social circle. Avoid depending on just one person for your self-esteem. You have luck with inventions and selling artistry. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Stretch beyond the comfort level, and embrace new experiences. Make phone calls to get your social life'rolling. Consider a mini-vacation. A romantic problem is festering - bring it out into the open. Seek out an Aries. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Others want to promote you but need encouragement and some future rewards. Be secretive about a romance or a current love's ex may return. Higher-ups offer you new assignments. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). The more you focus, the quicker others will accede to your wishes. Breakups are only temporary, so back up and wait. Talented friends help you get jobs. A Leo or Sag influences you and your family, so listen to advice. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line •;H.-IiM.M Category 7827 WEATHER Kansas today , , «. '-'/< 19 HIGH -2 LOW 'Thursday, snow ending early but very windy and /bitterly cold. Temperatures falling Into the single digits in thei.aftemoon, Northwest wind of 25 to ,35 mph'and.gusty producing wind chills of 25 to 35 below. Total storm accumulation of 1 to 2 inches possible. Thursday night, very cold and clear. Low zero to 5 below. . ~ - '' . 5:36 p.m. today's Sunset 7:46 a.m. \ Tomorrow's Sunrise'' Extended forecast • TODAY: Clearing west and show • • ending east. Very . , windy and cold. Northwest wind 25 to 36 mph and, gusty.. Highs in'the single digits west with temperatures falling into the teens and . sirigle digits east. Wind chills of 20 to 30 below zero. .• TONIGHT: Very cold and mostly'clear. Lows zero to 5 below. ., • FRIDAY: Mostly sunny: Highs In the 20s- .,..', •SATURDAY: Dry. Lows 5 to 15. Highs in the 20s north to the 30s south." • SUNDAY: Continued dry. Lows in the teens. Highs in the 30s. , Salina yesterday .TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal , Record /Year .High 63 ,37 ... 69/1986 Low 29 .19 , -10/1930 • High and low ta,6 p.m • i" - . ; PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. . , Trace January to date , 0.02 Average January 0.71 Year to date , 0.02 Average year through January 0.71 Average year , 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line Category.9494 , KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 •Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol , COLO WAM STANNARY © 1996 AccuWeathe Pressure ^^^ _____ Jt^t HIOH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Chanute Coffevville Concordla Dodge City Emporla Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan 'Plttsburg Russell Topeka Wichita • . HI 56 65 66 59 58 65 63 40 60 65 63 67 58 65 60 LO 29 38 44 28 17 29 15 07 40 47 25 50 17 29 33 PREC .09 .02 .08 .09 t t t t .07 .03 Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Us Vegas {.os Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 2 65 53 - 53 40 19 21 54 70 50 23 13 81 64 56 LO -11 49 43 51 38 -3 19. 38 53 38 21 8 60 42 48 OTLK Cldy Rain Cldy Rain Clr Clr Snow Cldy Cldy Cldy_ Cldy_ Clr Cldy Clr Rain PEOPLE B.B. doesn't do just blues NEW YORK — B.B. King may be the King of the Blues, but when he listens to music, it's country, gospel, rock 'n' roll, rap and classical. "I'm a big fan of (Luciano) Pavarotti's," King said. And he did mean big, since he is as rotund as the tenor, of whom he joked, "I like his size, too." "I can't think of anyone I don't listen to," King said at an appear- KING ance Tuesday to publicize a six-day engagement at the legendary Blue Note jazz club. The bluesman has come a long way from the Mississippi Delta, where he switched from gospel music because the people who requested blues tipped him. "But I'm like a turtle," he said. "I carry my roots with me." Wasted away in Jamaica KINGSTON, Jamaica — Police apologized Wednesday for shooting at Jimmy Buffett's seaplane as it landed off the coast. The pilot was the only one on board and was not hurt by the two shots JHBS9fe^ f |; that struck the aircraft Tuesday. An anonymous tip led police to believe the plane was involved in drug trafficking, Com- BUFFETT missioner Col. Trevor MacMillan said. "Aircraft come in here regularly on ganja (marijuana) missions," he said. "Thank God no one was hurt. It was an incident we regret most sincerely." Buffett is known for his laid-back tunes of life in the tropics, including the hit "Margaritaville." He also wrote a best-selling adventure book about smuggling in the Caribbean, "Where Is Joe Merchant?" Reeve is back in hospital MOUNT KISCO, N.Y. — Christopher Reeve was taken by ambulance to a hospital for what a medical-center spokeswoman said were routine tests. '.'As far as we know, they used 911 because it was the. quickest way to get him to the hospital," said Nancy Laemle, a spokeswoman at Northern Westchester Medical Center. The "Superman" star was taken there from his Pound Ridge home on Tuesday. Reeve, who was paralyzed from the shoulders down in a riding accident last spring, was in stable condition, Laemle said. She would not elaborate on the nature of the tests. Reeve's spokeswoman, Lisa Kasteler, did not return calls. From Wire Service Reports MOVIES T ADVICE *Bad **Fair *** Good **** Excellent * Prlmetirne & Seniors $3.50 Other Times $5.50 Sabrina PG •5:00,7:35 . .Central • 2 hours 7 min. Grumpier Old Men PG-13 ** '5:10, 7:25 Central • 1 hour 35 min. Toy Story G •5:15,7:15 Central • 1 hour 21 min. Jumanji PG •5:05,7:30 Central -1 hour 40 min. Father Of The Bride 2 PG **'/! •5:10,7:25 Mid-State -1 hour 46 min. Twelve Monkeys R *** •5:00,7:35 Mid-State* 2 hours 10 min. Waiting To Exhale R *** •5:00,7:30 Sunset • 2 hours 3 min. Balto G *** •5:15 Sunset-1 hour 18 min. Cutthroat Island PG-13 *** 7:15 Sunset • 2 hours 3 min. Impotent man finds vacuum device also cures spirit Dear Ann Landers: I am a 53-year-old man who has been on high blood pressure medication for several years. As a result, I now suffer from erectile dysfunction. My urologist put me on medication that helped some but not much. He then said I could use injections, which I refused. My wife never complained or made me feel guilty about not being able to perform. In spite of her generosity and cheerful attitude, I felt depressed about our sex life and kept praying for a miracle. A month ago, my wife heard on the radio about a vacuum pump device for impotent men. I phoned my urologist; He recommended it and ordered one. Ann, ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. with this device, I feel like a man again, and our sex life is wonderful. Another unexpected dividend is that I am no longer depressed. My letter is to let other men know about this alternative to impotence. The manufacturer claims it helps about 95 percent of the men who try it. It is easy to use and can be a godsend. With a prescription from my urologist, my insurance company helped pay for the cost of this device. But with or without the insurance, it is well worth the money. Please tell your readers about it. — A New Man in Kentucky Dear New Man: I'm pleased that the device works so well for you, but I would not tell my readers it is. a sure bet for all males who suffer from impotence. A competent urologist who is up on the latest will inform his male patients about other approaches to impotence. The message from here is this: Men who are impotent should not accept the condition as TV TONIGHT a death knell to their sex lives.- There is help for you. Investigate. Dear Ann Landers: I had to laugh when I read the letter from "Baltimore Betty," whose father-in-law offered her $10,000 to produce a boy. (She had just delivered her fourth girl.) If I remember my high school biology, it is the father's chromosome that determines the sex of the child, not the mother's. The father has both an X and a Y sex chromosome, while the mother has two X's. Both parents give one chromosome each to the fertilized egg. If the father's X chromosome is paired with one of the mother's X chromosomes, the child will be a girl. If the father's Y chromosome is paired with one of the mother's X chromosomes, the child will be a boy. It seems that Betty's father-in-law needs to make that offer to his son. Sign me — No Expert, Just a Reader Who Re- membered High School Biology Dear Reader: I was swamped with letters from readers who also remembered THEIR high school biology. You all got an "A" today. I flunked. Dear Ann Landers: I'm hoping that you can address my problem in your column. My next-door neighbor, "Ellen," leaves her children home alone for 20 to. 30 minutes to run an errand. They are ages 7 months and 2 years. Ellen says she does this only when the children are napping, but it still worries me. She's a good neighbor, devoted to her children and well-educated. My husband doesn't want me to say anything to her for fear of ruining our friendship, but I feel I should risk it. What is your advice, Ann? — No Name, Mass. Dear N.N., Mass.: It takes only a few minutes for a fire to burn down a house. Speak up. If it ruins the friendship, it was pretty fragile. Best bets • 7 p.m. — "Friends," NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13. Ross helps put Carol and Susan's wedding plans back on track; Rachel's mother announces shocking new plans in an episode in which Caridace Gingrich guest stars. • 8 p.m. — 'The Man Next Door," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. Pamela Reed, Michael Ontkean. Residents' emotions run high when a convicted rapist is released from jail and moves into their neighborhood.. • 8 or 9 p.m. — "Mystery!," PBS, Salina cable channels 2 (8 p.m.) & 8 (9 p.m.). Jeremy Brett stars in The Memoirs of Sherlock Holmnes: The Golden Pince-Nez." • 9 p.m. — "CBS Reports: The Gulf War Plus 5," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. Examination of what was accomplished by the United States in the war; controversial Gulf War syndrome; a profile of Saddam Hussein. B House 9031 B O B Murder, She Wrote 53437 B 0 Wild Am. 6925 B Funniest Home Videos 15857 : unnlest Home Videos 76073 IB §D 7:00 Garden 2857 Tiends5895 iingle 16963 7:30 Mystery! 86741 SlngleGuy 963 Seinfeld 1215 Mad-You3050 Crew 49789 New York Undercover 35673 een 1857 Community TV ;lngle49215 Crew 65741 Nature 2079 Murder, She Wrote 93031 : rlends | Single Guy Movie "Taggart" (1965) Cont'd 8:00 8:30 Walker, Texas Ranger 39857 Same-Earth Jones 9012 New York Undercover 75215 Nature 40925 9:00 9:30 Lawrence Welk Show 76055 Fat Man 70789 ER3789 News 8322963 Tonight Show Cops 27166 Patrol 69963 Star Trek: Next Gener. 25296 CBS Reports: Guff War 42321 News 9139654 Late Show Creation | Judge Knutsen Hometown Bicycle Tour 78708 News 95079 Mystery! 60789 Movie "The Man Next Door" (1996) Pamela Reed. 28321 Movie "The Man Next Door" (1996) Pamela Reed. 95499 Walker, Texas Ranger 19079 Seinfeld Mad 209128 CBS Reports: Gulf War 99215 ER 743147 Movie "The Appaloosa" (1966) 9345708 Prlmetlme Movie ** "Beanstalk" (1994) 209019 Scenic-New Mexico 311499 10:00 10:30 Previews News 62586 Patrol 71234 Think Tank Business Rpt. News 9718645 News 3934470 News 3969166 Roseanne Nightllne Late Show News 7647234 Tonight Show 'Rough-Jericho" 4391505 3on.-Bob Hope 379037 468437 Movie **s "Silent Fall" (1994), John Lithgow 536079 |Movle ** "The Specialist" (1994), Sharon Stone 354302 Movie "Amongst Friends" (1993) 5784302 Movie **« "Fortress" (1993) 33527944 Movie "Another 48 HRS." (1990) 4626925 Movie "Ski School 2" (1994) 7167012 News 287031 llnside Politics Larry King Live 374031 Hart to Hart 4097499 Trapper John, M.D. 4006147 Joy of Music | Nature MagT Highway to Heaven 360963 Rescue 911346383 "The Seventh Sign" 90514166 Movie * "Watchers III" (1994) 48860876 Inside the NFL (CC) 184470 Movie "Cyborg Cop II" (1994) 68940321 Movie "Blaze" (CC) 5834031 World Today 394895 Color 7419925 Color 1879470 Bom Free 4038499 'Mr. Standings Builds House" 4620741 |HwoodRp Keepers of the Earth 4041963 700 Club 366147 Sports 451769 [Moneyllne Vega$ 4089470 Invitation to Life 4044050 "If a Man Answers" 629128 Movie ***» "Othello" (1952) Orson Welles. 52798944 Life-of Roy Acuff 108031 Ult. Winter 368505 PBTA Billiards: Pro Tour Champ. Semi 704429 College Basketball Illinois at Iowa. 427383 =lgure Skating: U.S. Championships 2027215 ilovie * * * "Back to the Future Part II" (1989) 7557505 ED Movie **» "The Incredible Mr. Limpet" (1964) Don Knotts. 5814168 ilovie **is "Midway" (1976) Charlton Heston. Japanese and American lorces battle over a Pacific island ffi 7:00 7:30 ;omedyNet2|Tim Allen: Men Lounge Lli. 8:00 8:30 9:00 Prime Time Country 871760 9:30 10:00 Club Dance 444031 Prime 834963 MTV Jams 511296 Dr. Kate Pro. Dream On Dream On Singled Out College Basketball Colorado State at Utah. (Live) 731079 College Basketball Arkansas at Memphis. (Live) 154925 Billiards: WPBA Final 9400760 Highlander 10:30 ews 296895 Beav ayNlgr, Basketball sponscemer Love-Football 94 SilkStalkings Movie "Up Periscope" Classic Sports Presents 6275586 Press Box Press Box NBA Basketball: Bulls at Raptors 460128 | Night Court News 190147 LA. 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