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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1997 B/ JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES „• ARIES (March 21-April 19). Life begins when you reach an important decision in romance or your career. Polish your resume, and make phone calls -- you are scheduled for key interviews. Sit back, and wait for the money to roll in. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). New work challenges and revitalizes you. Many have already found the jobs they've been looking for, just follow through! Love Is discovered in an unconventional, spontaneous way. Tap info your creativity. •GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You have luck in investments and speculations. Choose a Leo for fiery love and a Scorpio for passion. The end of a romance signifies the beginning of a new you, who is more attractive than ever. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). A flicker of love flares into a healthy relationship. Your family Is demanding. If nobody else seems to, reward yourself for a job well-done by taking the time to relax and enjoy •| •••• yourself. ' •M-EO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your wit and humor keep you on top. If your current job isn't satisfactory, try to look for the positive in it now, as' it may be tricky to get out right away. You'll hear good news this evening. . • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (September 29). Express yourself creatively. Your self-awareness makes you attractive -- you'll have a tough time refusing all the offers between now and November. Rewards and expected improvements for your consistent efforts come next month. Sock some cash away -- you'll need it. Move love forward in a dynamic way in December. Tie up unfinished activities before the year end to clear the way for an abundant future. "• VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Stay in control under pressure and you'll command respect. A far-reaching business idea is met with approval. A nemesis disappears or is no longer a threat. Try rjoMo keep your love waiting this afternoon. *• LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. .23). Trying to hold onto the past may be time consuming arid ultimately rjayjbe harmful to your future. A lost opportunity or Gave returns. Enjoy yourself by spending long- overdue time alone. '• SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your personal freedom and independence impress others - but a certain degree of jealousy may also arise. Society seeks new leaders and novel solutions to solve problems - why not rise to the occasion? " •'SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Alter your point of view, and a loved one will listen. Confronting frustration is part of achieving success: Accept It, or move onto a better playing field. Money, recognition and authority result from your actions. ..-• CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). A wave of your hand affects change - your love capitulates to your demands. Casual remarks you made could come .back to confront you. Be firm about what you want. On job Interviews, be honest. „•;• AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Your romance goes up and down -- remain calm, and you'll emerge victorious. Don't go overboard trying to impress someone who is selfish. At work, ask questions, listen to complaints and be flexible with your plans. .- -PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). A bold action could provoke your love to leave an entanglement for-you. Romance is right under your nose. Everyone wants autonomy -- be patient with your love, clients and co-workers. *Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent •ik'" DIcktiwonTlwatMB ... ChildrentSmlontt.N> •PrlnwtlnM Adulti 13.76 OtturTlmH 15.50 -. 8«lln«ArtC.nl»r , ,,RMul«rAdmlMlon 15.50 (tUOSACIMmlm) •PrinwUim$4.00 (»3.508ACM«mb.ri) Fire Down Below • R* rating* 1 /. 7:40 'Central • 1 hour 45 mln. -Air Force One '!"* -R»rating** 1 /! ':'.•",' (*5:10)-7:50 -Central • 1 hour 58 mln. •7, The Game ".'R • rating ***Vi (•5:00)-8:00 Central • 2 hours 5 min. G.I.Jane R • rating ***'/2 • •;-. C5:00°-8:90 . Central • 2 hours Excess Baggage PG13 • rating *** Central • 1 hour 38 mln. • • The Edge ' R« rating*** (•5:05)-7:40 Central * 2 hours 11 mln. In and Out PG13 • rating *** (•5:30)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 30 mln. Men In Black PG13 - rating *** (•5:25)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 38 mln. The Peacemaker R • rating **</2 (*5:20)-7:40 Central • 2 hours 8 mln. Wlshmaster R • rating ** (•5:05)-7:15 Mid State'1 hour 30 mln. Soul Food PG13« rating***'/. (•5:00)-7:20 Mid State «1 hour 45 min. Batman and Robin PG13 • rating ** (M:45)-7:45 Sunset * 1 hour 29 mln. Con Air R * rating *** (*5:00)-7:30 Sunset * 2 hours WEATHER Satoa today Kansas today 84 PEOPLE 54 LOW Today, mostly sunny, High of 84. Northwest Wind 10 to 20 mph, Tonight, mostly clear. Low . OfS4. • 7:17 p.m. 7:2S a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast around 50 northwest to around 60 east. Highs in the upper . •TUESDAY: Clear to partly cloudy. Highs in 80s. , 'WEDNESDAY: Dry 70s to lower 80s. and mild. Lows . mainly in the 50s. Highs in the 80s. . • THURSDAY: Dry -., and mild. Lows mainly in the 50s. Highs in the 80s., f • FRIDAY: A chiance '' . k for showers and / ,. x thunderstorms ^ statewide. Lows SaHna yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 79 78 107/1953 Low 58 53 32/1896 • High and low to 6 p.m . / i * ^ ,.",•,;'', PRECIPITATION, 24-hour to 6 p.m. None September to date ' / ' 3.11 Average September . • . 3.51 Year to date 20.71 Average year through September 24.43 Average year , 28,95 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 •' Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol U.S. today COLO WARM STATIONARY ~~ 0 1997 AccuWeather, Inc. Pressure HL EE3 HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Baflevllle ' • HI . .79 LO MffiC 53 • , , Betolt v , , '78 52 Chanute ' Concordia • Dodge Cltv ' . Emporla .Garden City Good land Hutchlnson • •Lawrence .. Manhattan Plttsbura « Russell < 79 78' 77 79 75 76 t 79 , 78 •£78 ' 75 78 61' -. • '80 v i, 55'- ' )68 63 ' 41 -• 55 » 55 '• ' 55 f • '63f 64 (, . Topeka 79 • 54 ' < Wichita- ,79 59 ,' * t. Anchorage Atlanta- • Boston Chtoaoo Daita-Ft Worth Denver - Kansas City LasVeoas * LosAnoeles , New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix • San FranclBCO HI 49 87 73 •67 89 79 79 92 93 77 85 76 89 100 78 ao 32 63 58 52 60 42 50 67 71 ' 61 ' 52 49 ~ 71 76 58 OtLK Cldy Cir Rain Cldy Cfr Cir Cir Cir Cir Cldy Cir Cir Cldy Cir Cir The Associated Press Richard Jewell slugs an actor Impersonating Attorney General Janet Reno on "Saturday Night Live." Jewell gets last laugh on feds: NEW YORK — Wrongly accused Olympic bombing suspect Richard Jewell got sweet revenge as a guest on the season premiere of "Saturday Night Live." The security guard hailed in the media as a hero then reviled as the possible At' lanta bomber before the FBI finally dropped him as a suspect belted a Jane* Reno impersonator in a comedy skit. * He even had a laugh at the expense of NBC, the show's home network. Jewell was all smiles when comedy news anchorman Norm MacDonald mentioned NBC had to pay him an "undisclosed sum of money" after he was cleared. 3 "That's true," Jewell said, grinning. "£ In the Janet Reno sketch, Jewell walke(J into an office set without a word anc? punched the actor impersonating Reno. ^ "Same time next week?" the actor asked. "Sure," Jewell said. David Brinkley signs off WASHINGTON — "On this, my last word here on ABC, I quote Shakespeare,' who said 'All's well that ends well.' My- time here now ends extremely wellS Thank you." '$ David Brinkley thus ended his fin£$ commentary on ABC's "This Week" and if, 54-year broadcasting career that kept hinj; at the pinnacle of television journalism 1 for three decades. "• Brinkley, 77, announced his retirement Thursday, less than a year after he stepped^ down as host of the Sunday morning news' show. He had continued his weekly com*: mentaries on the show that began in 1981, as "This Week With David Brinkley." •t From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE She's 42, he's 25: Will they live happily ever after? Dear Ann Landers: Three years ago, I began a relationship with a co-worker who is 17 years younger than I am. "Bill" and I were very discreet and kept our feelings to ourselves for several months. Our friends began to notice the electricity between us, and before long, . everyone knew we were "an item." I am a young-looking 42-year-old divorcee with a teenage son. My sweetheart, BUI, is 25. We fell in love — a genuine sharing, selfless love — and we are best friends. He is a ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. * wonderful person and wise beyond his years. My son thinks he is just terrific, and the two of them get along very well. Here is the problem: Out of the clear blue sky one evening, he said, "I love you so much, and I will always love you, but you can't give me what I want more than anything in the world — children of my own." Ann, I am devastated. I can't eat. T can't sleep. All I do is cry. My doctor gave me antidepressants and sleeping pills, but I'm still a wreck. After avoiding the subject for nearly a week, BUI and I finally talked. He doesn't want to lose me, but the age difference worries him.-His famUy and mine think it wiU never work, but the people in the office who know us weU say we are a perfect couple and belong together. Has anyone in your reading audience had a successful marriage when the woman is so much older than the man? How important are those 17 years? Can we make it, Ann? Ask your readers. — Harrisburg, Pa. Dear Pa.: A 42-year-old woman who is in good health and has had a child could have another one. Stop polling friends, and look into your own hearts. If you truly love one another and if BUI isn't using Til TONIGHT this as an excuse, it could work. Dear Ann Landers: I'm worried about my mother. She is 67 and in great health, and her mind is sharp as a tack, but her behavior .has been peculiar lately. I caught her going through my purse for the third time. She waits until I am in the bathroom or in the garden to do this. When we are in the car and I leave my purse to run an errand, she does her snooping. I have not mentioned it to her. I can't. She would be too upset. My daughter, age 12, now tells me she caught Grandma going through my dresser drawers. She said she was "putting things away" for me. When my mother visits, if there is maU on my desk, she looks at it in front of me. Once, I asked, "What are you looking for?" She replied, "I want to see if you get as much junk as I do." I shared my concern with a very close friend. To my surprise, she said she is having the same problem with her 70- year-old mom. Is this a disease of the efej derly? I don't get it. Recently, my mothe'j; told me that when she visited a friend'a house, she looked in her medicine cabinets to see what was in there. Then, she' checked the fridge. She also said shig looked in the windows of the man nexj door because she wanted to see what kind: of furniture he has. « At first, I thought this was just curiosp! ty. Now, I'm beginning to wonder if it'S senility. I'm becoming uneasy about hav£ ing my mother in my home, and thig makes me feel terribly guilty. Please heljp me understand, and tell me what to do. —. Springfield, Mass. .:; Dear Springfield: These days, 67 is not "elderly." From what you have written, J believe your mother may be slipping §j stitch here and there, but the problem i» probably boredom. You could help a lot; by finding something to occupy her timoti Sounds as if she needs a hobby or maybg; volunteer work. Get moving. % 9/29/97 BPBS, Bunker Hill-Hay* QlNBC, Wichita QFOX, WIchita-Sallna QCBS, Topeka QAccess 6, Sallna 0FOX, Kansas City QPBS, Wichlta-Hutchlnson OABC, K«n»M City 'iK± . . '. i •XBC, Wichita jB^twr fhcBS, Wichita ^t^ • flB NBC, K»n«a» City BJEncore BWTBS IB.CInemax ODsttrzl QHBO H3 Discovery BJCNN BDt/x H TT Amer, Movie Classics QB USA Nickelodeon ^ . 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