The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 22, 1996 · Page 13
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JHE SALINA JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1996 BJ JOYCE JILLSON " Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES '. . ARIES (March 21-April 19). Psychic experiences are likely, so stay tuned. Older folks' needs are top priority. Exercise power behind the scenes, in solitary work or in discreet conferences. A lough co-worker causes an inconvenience. . TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Special contacts get you in when others are turned away. You have inside information that beats out the competition. .Tonight, overtime work or neighborhood meetings are musts -- you can make a difference. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Orders from the top get things moving in 'your department. Family is looking to you for leadership. Increased responsibility needn't lead to overcommitting -- make decisions. Romance with a Libran is likely. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Sign up for extended training -- the boss will be impressed, and your confidence will soar. Legal matters may at last be near completion. Strive • ^ for harmony in marital discussions - agree to disagree. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). True love wins in the lend - have faith in your lover. Analyze long-term money and insurance matters. You need strong resolve In diet matters. A little competition keeps you sharp -- don't be intimidated. • • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (January 22). Persuasive powers are exceptional now through your next birthday! A job you want is yours In March - big responsibilities follow. Love returns, perhaps hauntingly, in April/Start a health program in May. A new child, love affair or career direction changes your whole outlook in June. Enjoy increased special promotion and prestige in November. Family security comes at last in '96. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Endeavors of a pal on your behalf are heartwarming. Those who believe .Th you restore your confidence. Accept constructive criticism, and don't be too hard on yourself. Get 'extra rest, - • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your fears may be entirely imaginary ~ have your mate or trusted pal hear you out. You'll do more than your share of the work at your job and at home during the next few Weeks, but others will pitch in for .you when the time comes. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). At least one fine o'riginal idea should become a goal nowl Continue to find extra time for kids. A wedding or other family party calls for your organizational prowess. Today is a lucky day for following a hunch) • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Make arrangements for home repairs and family activities. When you procrastinate, guests arrive unexpectedly to find your house untidy. Your priorities are changing - make note of what's most important now! • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Good ideas surround you. New information corroborates your hunch - act on your personal judgment. Bargains are available, and parking is more convenient than usual, too. Routines are completed quickly. - • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Good job news arrives. Friends may put in a good word that helps you with a promotion or raise. Don't hesitate, but •follow up on ideas now. Tonight, one who wants to impress you may wine-and-dine you in style. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Put across ideas (hat others may have resisted before. Intelligent handling soothes a troubled boss or customer. Extra energy calls for writing that letter you've been putting pff. You should exercise now, too. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 WEATHER t,« ,»fASr**** ^i'}»< H™™«VS>JJT?*,»« ? ?f. a Ti* » f " n<, ' afternoon.' A 20; percent' crrance fo> afternoon v, <' inWsfeetrHIgh arourtd 43,'them;;,, ' . HJl ilii .1.? •. _1« ..It 'l A^V. t& t <1 ^ -i* v. •;••;• Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy \, ^m'peratures^ *\ • >tonight, a 30'percerit'c}iance)or,lfght;ino*A-. *' * j',; Gold and cloudy with the Ip^'a'rourld^O. 5J40 p.m; L^''smh\6or\kn(m' ' *VV iowe%t£na^1iOlo26. r^aBHKt—_ ^ „ ^20s—tv ' V.&uMuo^'rtf • aaet, "V" '.'*"' 408 J7j^J/\T^» lYkh CpV^. S X j^JkV „ <? t |»nd;i'ul ;'. vhorihwesi,ana , , east-, " >,: „, '< VshoweYseasfc'Hiahs .:< /••TueiBday: t A > b £"•,, * i M| UWUWO OIIVI rtW r {~- ^IWI^WMWTf »»VI»»>»«^i «* ( J >* 'trjerirtemperalures ' "' west-A chartce fof>« I* ' falling intotheteens ' <freezing*rairTprsleet * northwest and the 20s .south central and,, 1 ' \ "arid 30s elsewhere. , southeast.*" Cold and ' ,' • tonight: A chance cloudy with highs 10 t ^A-fotjhow hbrth'and ' to 20 West and 20 to> i r « i ?X)5.*.'iMk A'I^U^ '*!. ''30 east 1 * Salina yesterday TEERAtURE: 58 39 r 2p 18 abdlowtoBp.m , 'Record /year . 67/1933^ u . -7/-1935 50s 80s COLD WARM STATIONARY ° 1996 AcouWeather, Inc. Pressure H L E^ HIGH LOW SHOWEflS RAIN T-STORMS FLUflflES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY /.*'.•: PEOPLE .»',--;• v . ,*.*•"« 4f'»'* " "^ M -V-' §»?*?' » ' 'l iV **<i» .V & V r . January to date! C, :" rJ v^ 0.10 Average January ' *0?71 Year to date V,^- ,0.10 Average year through January 0.71 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line -,' 4 •* ** KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1 -800-585-7623 Provided bv the Kansas Htohwav Patrol \ Belleville Chanute Co«9Wille Concordia < Dodge City Emoorla • Garden City Goodland Hill Cltv vHutchlnson's • Manhattan • Pltteburg Russell Topeka Wichita •? ' sa' , 43 i 45 68 56 48 59 61 59 59 s * 57 46 * 58 44 ' 58 16 "O 15 • ., '. 20 21 19 15 11 • 24 ' 17 v ; •>21 15 17 18 13 18 *'.'. Anchoraqe < * , Atlanta Boston Chicago "" ' Dallas-Ft Worth Denver ' > Kansas City , , LasVeaaa ~ Los Anoeles • .^v-l New York City • . * Oklahoma Cltv : * Omaha ' ' ' Orlando Phoenix San Francisco 10, 55 ' 38 >42 65 34 , 47 ' 48 • ' 56 " ' 4-1 1 59 1 31 74 60 52 4 29 25 29 46 27 33 ,38 ~j48. '27 , ^Q6 24 53 42 . 42 . OTUK ,~\ i Clr « Clr Cldy Clr Snow Cldy ' Rain . Rain 1 .... Cldy .. adv Snow ' , Cldy Cldy Cldy' Stars critique their looks NEW YORK — Big hands? Droppy ears? Yes, even Hollywood stars admit they're imperfect. "I have these big piano-playing hands," Sandra Bullock said. "I feel like I should he picking potatoes." Bullock and others critique their looks for the February issue of Cosmopolitan magazine. DI ii i nr+if Tom Hanks on his own BULLUUIS. face . . Tve got a goofy . looking nose, ears that hang down." "All I ever wanted to be was blond, blue- eyed, short and big-breasted," Kirstie Alley said. "My prayers were obviously not answered." Hugh Grant said he volunteered to do a nude scene in "Sirens." "But after I disrobed, my offer was refused. 'Perhaps,' the director said, 'we'll do it in clothes after all."' Dice returns to raunchy past NEW YORK — If you want Dice, you've got to take him with spice. The Jan. 27 TV Guide reports that CBS may have avoided a public relations nightmare by canceling its comedy "Bless This House" just as co-star Andrew "Dice" Clay was inching back into raunchy comedy. When Clay began the family series, he tried to clean up his act by dropping his nickname and reportedly promising CBS not to dabble in off-color quips. But in a December stand-up performance at Hollywood's Comedy Store, Clay cut loose with graphic jokes about having sex with obese women, Barbra Streisand, Catholic school girls and O.J. Simpson prosecutor Marcia Clark. He also described how, as a busy father, he spent quality time with his baby boy by watching porn films together. Actress has new baby girl LOS ANGELES — In synch with the character she plays on "Picket Fences," Marlee Matlin and her television persona became new moms on the same night. On Friday night, Sarah Rose Grandalski, weighing 7 pounds, 11 ounces, was born to Matlin and her husband, Kevin Grandalski, a police officer. The couple, both 30, have been married since August 1993 and live in Los Angeles. Matiin's pregnancy was written into the season's story line. She plays the mayor of Rome, Wis. From Wire Service Reports MOVIES + Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent • Prlmetlme & Seniors $3.50 Other Times $5.50 TWO If By Sea R ** •5:05,7:35 - Central «1 hour 35 min. ; Grumpier Old Men | PG-13 i ** | '5:10,7:25 i Central «1 hour 35 min. ; Toy Story G ; ***% < '5:15,7:15 J Central «1 hour 21 min. ! Mr. Holland's Opus ; PG » ***'/! •5:00,7:45 Central • 2 hours 25 min: From DuskTill DawnR *++ •5:10,7:30 Mid-State »1 hours 49 min. Twelve Monkeys R *** •5:00,7:35 Mid-State* 2 hours 10 min. Dunstan Checks In PG "5:00 only Sunset «1 hour 28 min. Jumanjl PG *% 7:00 only Sunset «1 hour 40 min, Eye For An Eye R * •5:10,7:15 Sunset «1 hour 41 min. Best bets ! 7 p.m. — "Biography," A&E. S'Rush Limbaugh: Always Right" "draws on information from family "members and former radio ^associates to discuss Limbaugh. * 7 p.m. — "Super Bowl at 30: Big teame America," TNT. The first 30 'years of Super Bowl history are Reviewed. £ 8 p.m. — The Babysitter's ^Seduction," NBC. Stephen Collins iCThe Two Mrs. Grenvilles"), Keri 'Russell (NBC's upcoming "Malibu 'Shores") and Phylicia Rashad •-.(The Cosby Show") star in a thriller •about a high-school girl who j becomes the fall guy for the murder jof her employer's wife. « 8 p.m. — "American • Experience," PBS. "Daley, the Last 'Boss," narrated by Hal Holbrook, is la profile of politician Richard Daley, 'the mayor of Chicago from 1955 i! until 1976. > 9 p.m. — "Murder One," ABC. •Hoffman receives startling •personal information; Poison Investigates a kidnapping; | Hoffman's suspicions about Cross "grow more disturbing. T ADVICE Remarks about 'real' doctors irritate chiropractor Ann says chiropractors are good for some troubles but doctors are needed for others Dear Ann Landers: A while back, you printed a letter from the wife of a veterinarian. She said she and her husband were often asked why he didn't become a "real" doctor. I am currently in a relationship with a man who is a chiropractor, and he, too, has been asked the same question many times. That question irritates him and sends me right up the wall. I have been to many so- called "real" doctors who prescribed medication that cost a fortune and did more harm than good. I also have taken several ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. days off work and spent a lot of money on a variety of tests only to be told, "There is nothing wrong with you" or "Nothing can be done to help your type of problem." Between the high-tech equipment and the insurance company gobbledygook, a person can go crazy. Two years ago, I became a chiropractic patient, and since that time, I have not had to use any prescription medication whatsoever. Also, I have never felt better in my life. A chiropractor did for me hi six months what "real" doctors could not do in several years. For all those people who are under the impression that chiropractors are not "real" doctors, by definition, a doctor is a person whose profession is to take care of sick people. It isn't written anywhere that in order to be a doctor you must prescribe medicine. — Carol in Brooklyn Dear Carol: Chiropractic medicine does have value. Many people who have had chiropractic treatments swear by TV TONIGHT them. But, my dear, please he aware that a chiropractor is not a viable substitute foranM.D. If you have a stiff neck or a hackache, a chiropractor can be extremely helpful. But for persistent coughing or stomach problems, skin eruptions or a lump hi the breast, I would urge you to see an M.D. Dear Ann Landers: Ever since our youngest son went off to college in September, my husband has spent almost all his tune around the house stark naked. "Hank" will sit for hours without a stitch of clothing on, reading or looking at TV in the family room. The garage is attached to our house, and when Hank is working on his car, he is naked as a jaybird. Our back yard has an 8-foot fence, and the only thing Hank wears when he mows the,, grass is a pair of tennis shoes and socks. I have told him several tunes that this could be dangerous, but he says, "I know it, but I enjoy the freedom." .Hank swims and sunbathes in the nude, which is OK with me, and he does dress for meals because I insist on it. He has told me several times that he'd love to dine unclothed, but I refuse to allow it. Do other husbands do this? Do I need counseling? Does Hank? Should I be content that I have a husband who loves me and takes good care of me? I am — Truly Perplexed hi Lafayette, Ind. Dear Truly: I don't believe Hank needs a head doctor, but he does need to have limits set. The man's judgment hi this area is less than sound. Swimming nude is OK if he has complete privacy. But for hygiene and safety reasons, your husband should wear shorts while in the house. Remind Hank that others will be sitting on the chairs in the family room, and he should be considerate of them. Q O Q 7:00 7:30 1st Century Jet 53087 iPr. 7261 In House 483 Movie "The Babysitter's Seduction" (1996) (CQ5377 Melrose Place 95629 /9321 Can't Hurry RingCIn Heatthllne iDelrose Place 55071 37071 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 American Experience 66551 News 8220551 Tonight Show Ned-Stacey Partners Murphy 3071 Strictly 5209 Ned-Stacey Cops 83342 Patrol 18613 Society 5006 Chicago Hope 95087 Strictly 4716 Partners News 57483 Great Journeys (CC) 26919 j "Innocent Victims" (1996) Rick Schroder. (CC) 86193 Movie "In :k Schroder. (CC) 96629 : resh Prince Can't Hurry In the House Murphy 6193 [Society 2700 Movie "The Babysitter's Seduction" (1996) (CC) 870209 Movie "THX-1138"Confd Star Trete Next Gener. 14700 News 9964342 Late Show tanm Access Hometown Bicycle Tour 14174 Adventures Adventures Murder One 73445 Murder One 77613 Chicago Hope 75209 Movie *** "Educating Rita" (1983) 4991261 10:00 10:30 Mle Rose 52358 News 14377 Patrol 23025 Seas 64667 News 4467993 News 3849358 News 3867754 Business Rpt Roseanne Nightllne Late Show News 7545822 [Tonight Show Efl 'Magnum Force" 12503261 Movie "My Fair Lady" A professor bets he can leach a street vendor to be a lady. 495254 Movie **» "Crooklyn" (1994) Alfre Woodard. 2927261 Movie *** "Disclosure" (1994), Demi Moore 5910342 Movie * *u "The Puppet Masters" (1994) (CC) 378071 News 328396 Inside Politics Larry King Live 316071 Hart to Hart 4995087 Family Times iMaxGlick Highway to Heaven 104803 Personal fX Auction 4904735 Father Murphy 4936087 Rescue 911113551 Movie "The Summer House" (1993) 2608261 Movie **» "Serial Mom" (1994) (CC) 52607648 Movie ** "Sister Act 2: Back In the Habit" (1993) 491716 World Today 409735 Sports 112342 |Honeyllne Color 7244613 [Color 1784358 Vega* 4994358 Peaceable Kingdom 4949551 700 Club 100087 Family Series 4959938 "Follow That Dream" 497025 Movie "The ShooUst" (1976) 4535629, At the Ryman 617735 Ult: Winter 102445 M College Basketball 936087 lajor Indoor Lacrosse 7516648 Murder, She Wrote 405919 EB 7:00 7:30 bsolutely Tracey Ullman NBA 168919 Avalanche 8:00 8:30 9:00 Prime Time Country 380464 >rlme Time 111193 Whose Line? | Drop-Donkey Road Rules Dream On 9:30 10:00 10:30 NHL Hockey New York Islanders at Colt Super Bowl-30 600445 Matlock 8010006 Wm. Basketball 4659984 College Basketball College WWF: Monday Raw WCWMondayNltro619193 Movie "Matlock: The Witness Killings Hoops USA Ski 35962 Ulovle it * "Are You Lonesome Tonight" (1992) 840261 Unsolved Mysteries 117377 TimRussert lEqualTime Ultrasclence Movie "Jack Reed: Badge of Honor (1993)533533 Unsolved Mysteries 116648 Rivera Live 9300716 Science Frontiers 3012700 Machines Archaeology History 257377 Pharaohs-Kings 611551 Dream-Jeannle Lucy 690990 Bewitched Polrot 861551 Roc 711025 Comlcvlew Cuerpoy Alma 13087 Fashion File Garfleld-Friend ScoobyDoo Charles Grodln 9313280 Real Personal Quantum Nltro 7845358 Wonders Ancient Warr. M.T. Moore Mystic 421025 Taxi 393735 Miss Marple 858087 Video Soul 234551 El Premlo Mayor 22735 Cristina: Edi. E. 39071 Talk Soup News 347464 Fllntstones Jetsons David Letterman 874193 Bugs & Daffy 78627667 apt Archaeology Kotter 654358 Equal Time Ultrascience History 790667 Dick Van Dyke Law & Order 851174 Benson Notlclero Uni. Howard Stern ScoobyDoo Jazz 681990 . Impacto Howard Stem ScoobyDoo • PBS, Bunker Hill 0 NBC. Wichita D Fox, Wichita-Salina O CBS, Topeka O Access 6, Salina B Fox, Kansas City O PBS, Wichita O ABC, Kansas City ID ABC, Wichita HI Prevue IB CBS, Wichita IB NBC, Kansas City IB Encore IB Disney 10 Weather Channel O Clnemax IQStarz ID Education Access SD Government Access HI HBO Q) Showtime I CNN ) Headline New* I C-Span' I Home Shopping Network 1QVC I Faith & Values I Family Channel IB Prime Sports Network ED WON, Chicago | AmericanMovtoCteMfcs ID ESPN OB Cable Health Club | Nashville Network BB ESPN2 O Lifetime I Country Music TV ED USA Network O C-Span 2 | MTV CD TNT 60 CNBC ) VH1 EB WTBS, Atlanta EB Court TV ) Comedy Central EB Prime Sports Showcase BD America's Talking Q) TVI QD Unlvislon • SB Discovery IB KTCI/Salina Marketplace BD The teaming Channel IB El . GQ Mind Extension BD Cartoon Network 83 Nickelodeon B9 Food Channel BJ Arts & Entertainment BD Newsport 09 BET ID-83 Request

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