The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 2, 1997 · Page 9
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1997 B3 JOYCE JILLSON •Creators Syndicate : Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). A tried-and-true approach succeeds now, but don't let that trick you into doing everything by the book. When was the last time you dreamt those wild dreams? Start now. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A creative approach is a productive departure from business as usual. Take some time off (even a few mbments of deep breathing will do) to consider your options. Love and more love happens when you let it. •GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A bold stroke succeeds where lesser attempts have failed. Couples discover new worlds when they enroll in classes and clubs together. Singles, look for a slightly shy Cancer or Taurean to be your ideal love. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Bigger and better things come when you summon them into your head! An exciting new pursuit is habit-forming. J ^ Play tour guide for a friend or a relative. Where you live Is so (deal, others long just to visit. ; • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Some find they are in over their heads in a supposedly casual relationships. Why resist the natural flow? A new job opportunity involves nature, philanthropy or health care. ' • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 2). All things are possible when you are willing to clear away old obstacles and rearrange your plans. Success in art or business in October allows for material gains by November. Travel during February has romantic overtones. Many conditions are adjusted in March — keep your poise and self- control. Singles have terrific luck with Arians and Geminls. Financial windfall months are now and June. "••• VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Financial decisions favor you. The huge obstacles you have already surmounted In life make conquering the world seem like a piece of cake. A burst of self- confidence makes you a formidable opponent. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Nothing is Standing In your way. Change family obligations so you can be ready for a career boost. Money is associated with a noble cause. Return borrowed objects or money. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A partner 'proves his or her loyalty once and for all. Money comes from extra hours on the job. Receive a special Invitation from a relative. Stick to the point this afternoon and you are most convincing. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A sideways glance at the World may be all .the perspective you need to solve a huge life problem. In other words, get out of yourself for a second. Once you know your road, new courage and enthusiasm kicks in. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). The money picture looks up. Share freely - an exchange of ideas with a colleague benefits all. You are most productive working at home this afternoon. Try not to neglect the whims of a partner. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). An unusual money-making scheme could be the big one. Explain a decision to a parent and a burden is relieved. You're able to slip a friendly visit with friends into your business plans. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Premium contacts for your latest ideas are met at casual get-togethers or hot spots. An interest in family dynamics pulls a personal goal within reach. You break into new territory with great gusto. * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent [XcUruonThMten Chlldnn 1 Smlora 13.50 •PrlnMtlnMMulU 13.75 OttwrTlimi 15.50 BunMt 2, SunMt Plua All 8MU 11.50 SdliuArtdnUr RMiilw Admlulon 15.50, (S4.50 BAG Mwnbcra) 'Primitlim M.OO, (1140 BAG M«nb«n) Wlshmaster R • rating ** ('5:05)-7:15 Mid-Slate M hour 30 min. Soul Food PG1 3 'rating***'/* C5:00)-7;20 • , Mid-Slate • 1 hour 45 mln. Batman and Robin PG13» rating** 4:45-7:45 1 Sunset • 1 hour 29 mln. Con Air R • rating *** 5:00-7:30 Sunset • 2 hours , Fire Down Below R» rating* 1 /. 7:40 • Central • 1 hour 45 min. Excess PG13- rating** ('5:20) Central * 1 hour 38 mln. e Air Force One R • rating **'/* ('5:10)7:50 Central'1 hour 58 mln. The Game R« rating ***'/ 2 (•5:00)-8:00 Central • 2 hours 5 mln. G.I. Jane R-rating ***'/! ('5:00°8:00 Central • 2 hours The Edge R* rating*** ('5:05p:40 ' Central • 2 hours 11 mln. The Peacemaker R • rating** 1 /! ('5:20)-7:40 Central • 2 hours 8 mln. In and Out PG13> rating*** ('5:30)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 30 min. Men In Black PG13* rating*** ('5:25)-7:30 Central M hour 38 mln. Prisoner Of The Mountains R • rating ***'/* 5:00-7:00 • Art Center Cinema • 1 hour 39 mln. WEATHER j' t ,, -•-.-.'.' Safta today Kansas today 91 PEOPLE 62 LOW Today.,,Partly cloudy. High 91. South wind 15 to 20 mph. Toftlght..,Mostly clear. Low around 62, . '; . 7:12p.m* ' 7:28 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast U.S. today ' * f RIDAYt A chance for thunderstorms/ central and soulh. .., Partly cloudy,wltH . '. highs in the r 80s,t , * M SATURDAY: Little ,;,. or no precipitation/;';« Highs in the mid-70s tolower 80s. • SUNDAY: Dry. in the upper. 40s to mid-50. Highs in the mid-703 to mid- 80s. , . • MONDAY: A / . chance for thunderstorms . southwest. Lows in tha upper 40s to mid- 50s. Highs from the mid-70s to mid-80s. Salna yesterday * Source: Sallna Journal Weather Station &":'•**; ,',''' TEMPERATURES Yesterday .Normal, Record/Year High 84 . '-.rr' ;f i> , 96A1976 'Low !54 V',51^' v ' . ' 30/1985 , »Highgndlow t tobJpM' , PRECIPITATION 80s FRONTS: 1008 COLD WARM STATIONARY Preuuro H L E3 ESI G3 HIQH LOW SHOWERS MIN- T-STOPMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Year to date y . Average year through October Average year „'''- - KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE ' ; 1-8OO-585-7623 ; •; Provided by the Kans^s'HIgriway Patrol 0.00 0.00 0.00 2:4,1: 24.60" 26,94", 28.95 Belleville' Belolt • ' Chanute > Coffewllle ' Concordla DodaeCltv Emporia • , Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Russell Topeka Wichita- ', ' HI *• 84 - 86 - 83 • 82 84 86 84 86 87 as 84 86 86 85 85 LO , 57 . , 54 50 53 54 56 49 55 59 .-67 45 46 51 47 54 PREC J ' < i Anchorage • ' Mlarrta Soston Chicago Jallas-Ft Worth Denver CansasCity .as Vegas JDS Angeles >lew York City Oklahoma Cliv Omaha Orlando Phoenix. San Francisco . HI 49 78 62 75 94 87 86 94 81 62 87 88 87 103 70 LO 29 52 39 44 68 51 61 68 68 43 65 57 68 81 58 OTLK Cldy -'Clr ^Clr Clr Cldy Clr Clr Clr Clr Clr Clr> Clr Cldy i Cldy Cldy The Associated Press Ellen DeGeneres (left) and her girlfriend, Anne Heche, are talking about having a child. DeGeneres won't carry baby NEW YORK — Ellen DeGeneres and actress girlfriend Anne Heche are talking about having a child, and they've pretty much decided who will do the hard part. "For a long time, I wanted a baby. But right now, I'm too selfish. I just can't," the star of ABC's "Ellen" said in the latest issue of TV Guide. No problem, because Heche wants to be the one who carries the baby. "Yeah, Ann usually gets what she wants," DeGeneres said, laughing.' Last season, DeGeneres and her TV character came out of the closet. Albert gets job proposition NEW YORK — Disgraced sportscaster Marv Albert hasn't ruled out a job on a Tampa radio station's "shock jock" show, his agent said Wednesday. "We've received many offers. We'll talk to anybody," Evan Bell said of the offer from WFLZ-FM's "M.J. and B.J. Morning Show." WFLZ and its owner, Jacor Communications of Covington, Ky., said they want Albert to broadcast three daily one-minute sports commentaries. What's more, the radio station says it will tender Albert a six-month, $100,000 contract — and has the authority to go even higher if necessary. Albert pleaded guilty last week to a misdemeanor assault charge amid embarrassing revelations that included three- way sex and wearing women's undergarments. Within hours, he was fired from his job announcing pro football and basketball for NBC and resigned from MSG Network, where he did television play-byplay for the New York Knicks. From Wire Service Reports V ADVICE Ann has no 'spare time' to write another column Dear Ann Landers: I wish you wouldn't print any more letters about crazy lawsuits. Yours is supposed to be an advice column, and I look forward to reading about people's problems and your solutions. Why don't you start another column that deals exclusively with crazy lawsuits, wacky judges, crooked lawyers and nutty elected officials and tell us how to remove them from appointed or elected positions? It would help people realize that they can do some- _ e) thing about the incompetents who represent them. I'm sure you could knock out such a column in your spare time. Please consider it, Ann. — Your Friend in Burbank, Calif. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. Dear Burbank: Thank you for suggesting what I might do in my "spare time." And now, will you please tell me what "spare time" you are referring to? Turning out seven columns a week, 52 weeks a year does not leave me with much "spare time." But thanks for the suggestion. Dear Ann Landers: Here is another letter from a "cold fish." My husband, "Brian," and I have been married for 13 years and have a 12-year-old son. When I lost interest in sex several years ago, he tried to convince me that it was my fault. For a while, I believed him, but now, I realize that the problem is not just mine. There is no real communication between us. Maybe there never was. Brian no longer cares how he looks. He has gained at least 30 pounds since we married and has developed high blood pressure. I have gained weight, too, but I still wear the same size dress, and I've changed my cooking style in order to TV TONIGHT serve a healthful diet to my family. My husband's weight problem is caused by what he eats at work and the fact that he gets no exercise. Brian's day begins at 5:30 a.m. when he leaves for work. He returns around 6 p.m. We have dinner when he arrives, and then he surfs the Internet until long after our son and I have gone to bed. On Saturdays, he talks on the phone with his mother for at least two hours. The rest of the weekend is spent surfing the 'Net in his office at home. I do all the housework, son and I share the yard work. I thought I was helping Brian, but now, I see this only gives him more time to ignore us. Providing material things is not enough. They don't mean anything if there is no one to share them with. Any suggestions on how to improve my life? — The Mackerel in N.C. Dear N.C.: You and Brian must have been in love when you married. Apparent- ly, that love has withered on the vine and you've both gone in opposite directions. You two need a counselor (not a referee) with whom you can sit down and air your grievances and find some common ground on which to rebuild your relationship. Your young son needs both his parents. Start with that in mind. When Brian spends less time on the phone talking to his mother and more time talking to you, you will know progress is at hand. Dear Ann Landers: Your Gem of the Day concerning when to let go reminded me of one of my favorite sayings — "The hardest lesson in life we have to learn is which bridge to cross and which bridge to burn." — Liz in Freeport, Maine Dear Liz: The bridges we build offer new opportunities. Those we burn limit our options and could leave us stranded. My advice to those who are undecided is don't burn it. Leave it there in case you change your mind. 10/2/97 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 | PBS, Bunker Hill-Hay* Houw6314 Season 2289 Myttery! 57173 Kansas 73206 MotorWMk IS MTV Beavls 591260 Beavls 256685 Countdown 784043 Yol 771579 Oddville, MTV Lovellne NBC, Wichita Friends 2314 Union 55 Seinfeld 8734 Veronica 7869 ER 6463 Newt 3802666 Tonight Show 33 The Nashville Network ihamplonshlp Rodeo 629463 Prime Time Country 638111 Today's Country 625647 Dallas 628734 X, Wichita-Sallna Major League Baseball Playoffs Divisional Round Game 2 - Teams to Be Announced. 187821 Roseanne Cheers 03 Comedy Central Movie * * * "Sliver Streak" (1976) Gene Wilder. 9821163 Comedy Net 3 Make-Laugh Dally Show Stein's Money CBS, Topeka Promised Land 15111 Diagnosis Murder 91531 48 Hours 11395 News 4827227 Late 83499840 HQ Odyssey Our House 8205647 News 7698024 Bible 7677531 Unbroken Circle 8294531 Our House 8204918 Access 6, Sallna ScottHIII 35173 Sallna 8869 Smoky Hill Masden1227 Health Talk 33579 EXP-TV102 Kansas Farm BPESPN College Football Utah al Fresno Stale. (Live) (CC) 97412260 iportscenter (CC) 899314 | FOX, Kansas City Major. League Baseball Playoffs Divisional Round Game 2 •• Teams to Be Announced. 888173 News 15802 Real TV 24550 I0ESPN2 Strongest Man 3976550 Harness Racing 3994598 Boxing John Brown vs. Juan Molina. (Live) 3997685 E| PBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson Sunflower Fat Man 3937 Myiteryl 42227 KeepUp52192 Business Rpt 3D The Family Channel Rescue 911777753 Movie "Hawaii Flve-0: F.O.B. Honolulu" (1971) (CC) 764289 700 Club 776024 , Kansas City Nothing Sacred 84869 Cracker 60289 20/2073753 News 9925840 Roseanne EOTNT Aovle * * * "The Hudsucker Proxy" (1994) Tim Bobbins. 949821 Rough Cut 'Hudsucker Prx" 662260 , Wichita Nothing Sacred 75579 Cracker 84227 20/2064463 New* 8262531 Nlghtllne Q9 Cartoon Network Bears 5830005 Flintstones Jettons Bugs 2916024 Tom and Jerry Scooby Doo Speed Racer Jonny Quest I CBS, Wichita Promised Land 60647 Diagnosis Murder 79395 48 Hours 59531 News 8297227 Late 89942821 SJSCIFI SeaquestDSV 1819956 : orever Knight 1895376 VR.51808840 Time Trax 6465573 |D NBC, Kansas City Friends Union 904685 Seinfeld VwoniciCloMt ER 429579 News 9240956 Tonight Show 1 Animal Planet Saving the Tiger (R) 19579 To Be Announced 26227 Endangered Endangered Saving the Tiger (R) 71050 ncore Movie * * "M. Butterfly" (1993) 6352531 Movie * * * "Victor/Victoria" (1982) Julie Andrews. 68702376 38 Lifetime Unsolved Mysteries 760227 Movie "A Kiss to Die For" (1993) Tim Matheson. 760463 Homicide: Life 789598 I0WT68 Movie * * "Marked for Death" (1990) 1991622 Movie * * s "Above the Uw" (1988), Pam Grier 9322173 33CNBC Equal Time Hardball Hivera Live 3969802 Brian Williams 3989666 Charles Grodin 3982753 Movie * * * "Hooper" (1978) 1572918 I Mo vie "Forced Vengeance" (1982) 35009956 Icinemax Movie * * * "Stir Crazy" (1980) Gene Wilder. (CC) 669395 Movie "Day Of the Warrior" (1997) 4266753 37687260 B) Encore Plus Movie "Steep & Deep" Cont'd Movie * * "Spy Hard" (1996) 5572918 "National Lampoon's Senior Trip" 67353753 'Grace of My Heart" 3934005 3D The Learning Channel Medical Detect Without Warn. Truth About Waco 630579 Real Blonlc Man (R) 643043 Medical Detect Without Warn. I HBO Movie "The Net" (1995) Cont'd Movie ** "Below Utopia" (1997) 569821 Comedy Jam Inside the NFL (CC) 868444 00 Fox Sports Network NCAA Football Sports 823227 Auto Racing SportsCar WSC. (R) 339463 Drag Racing 358598 Wild Discovery 430685 Into Unknown Movie 251005 Wings 436869 Justice Files 439956 33 Arts 4 Entertainment Biography 425753 Sea Tales 401173 Jnexplelned421937 Law & Order 424024 S)CNN News 968918 Burden-Proof Larry King Live 313591 World Today 913735 Sports 658192 Moneyllne Q| Black Entertainment TV Planet Groove 989482 Hit List 980111 Comicvlew 977647 BET Tonight 970734 X-Files 9433314 NYPD Blue 9419734 Color 4210444 Color 4288289 X-Files 9432685 jUnlvlslon El Alma No Ttene Color 15753 AlgunaVez 91173 Bienvenldo Hotel 43111 P. Impacto Notfclero Unl jAmer. Movie Classics Movl« "Thunder Bay" Conl'd Movie * * * "Uneonquarod" (1947) Gary Cooper. 975531 BDU8A Walker, Texas Ranger 513799 Movie *** "K-9" (1969) James Betushl. (CC) 913555 Silk Stalkings 468640 Dujries 685208 QD Disney Movie Cont'd "Escape to Witch Mountain" (1995) 19330276 Movie "Cloak and Dagger" (1984) 3546918 6135314 H)EI Entertainment Beverly Hills High (R) 520753 News Dally 506173 Talk Soup Night Stand Stern 319734 Stem 328482 I Nickelodeon Secret of Alex Happy Days Happy Pay* Bewitched Lucy 707869 Odd Couple Taxi 227208 Newhart 0) Showtime Movie "Gold Coast" (1997) Marg Helgenberger. 115591 Movie "Get Shorty" (1995) (CC) 9332550 49789956 CHANNELS NOT LISTED: BB CourtTV, B8M6NBC. Pwvwe, IBWtattwr Channel, fflEducatlon ACWM, BBQovernment ACWM JfflH««illiw Nww, SftCSPAN, 80 Home ome ft agr^n, aJKnowledflPrv. BBTCI F(l,mf Sh opping 8UK*. Network, Q3QVC, DCountry Music Television, Q9VH-1, GEFItTV!, QJCSPAN2, layboy/Actlon

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