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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1997 B7 : JOYCE : JILLSON i f Creators Syndicate ' Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21 -April 19). Mistakes can be .easily fixed, so let yourself off the hook. Take comfort in the fact that your top priorities are .'iViaintained perfectly. Offers for romance are not •tjuite what you had in mind. A cozy evening of 'reading awaits. •*"* TAURUS (April 20-May 20). The world 1 4rrlbrac6s your most eccentric ideas. Get back your /sense of adventure. Travel Is In the budget if you are willing to work a little harder. Need a partner? A Libra Is most passionate. • GEMINI (May 21 -June 21). Small social circles bust open. Wins come from Immediate action, so say "No" rather than vacillating. Set standards now regarding what you will and won't tolerate in your own home. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). You are an expert in some affairs but not every situation, so let someone else have the floor this afternoon. A hot flirtation begins to spice up your r - life in more meaningful ways. I Record-keeping is important. .• " • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). If you are the leader, J a great team effort only serves to credit you more. > So try not to take everything on by yourself. Keep i true to your schedule -- strict timing brings luck. J Find love with another Leo. • • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 4). Assert I yourself. There is nothing more irresistible than | asserting your needs. Travel possibilities next i Ynonth lead to a productive year end. November {shows many lucrative and pleasing "accomplishments. Love affairs and marriage are iTi'igfily favored in December. The best signs for ; ^frigles are Capricorns and Leos. Colorful emotional •> experiences allow you to blossom into the mentally i tough individual you always wanted to be. ) «•••• VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). More information Is ) heeded before starting a new project - save time by '; doing research now. Use kid gloves when handling Mhe ego of your love. If you do accidentally ruffle ^feathers, there is always forgiveness. \ • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). If you must work, i hang out with the gabbers -- the more knowledge ' you gain, the better you can play your political ' t5at.ds. There's high; intense drama going on In your 'i love life. Make risk-free investments. ) .„• SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A mellowing love • relationship is no cause for alarm - fireworks are ' back by next week. Other areas of life improve ^when you discover you have the power to re-shape 9 your body. ', • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Learn how i to nurture an innate talent. Get tough confessions J or cancellations out of the way early. Your luck in • love stems from making an effort to socialize with f someone outside of your circle. j • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your 'trademark style helps win a key client. Hold off 'financial transactions until better terms are { established. Relationships can be more clearly ^defined now, but does it really matter what you call <-*?- j •: AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You have < astounding energy - use it to attract major players. ] 'Xour domes'tic life is upgrading. Put off that major investment. Fix up mutual acquaintances - you can ! alter the course of their fatesl J ,;;• PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Be sensitive i around a family member -- it's not worth setting off •; the alarm. A short-term romantic diversion is 1 harmless if you both restrain yourselves. Help 1 children develop their sense of humor. i i . *Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent Dickinson ThMtere Children »S«nlore $3.50 •Prtnwllnw Adult* $3.76 OthwTlinmS5.50 SunMt 2, SunHt Plata All Suti $1.50 Salliu An Cinter "RMUlw Admllllon $5.50, ($4.50 SAp HMilwraj •PrilMllma $4.00, r ($3.60 SAC M«mtw>) L.A. Confidential ' '• R«rating**** (•1:30-'4:15)-7:00-10:00 Central* 2 hours 16 mln. Kiss the Girls R« rating*** 1 /! -' '('1:40-'4:25)-7:10-9:50 Central • 1 hour 57 mln. The Game "••'"" R • rating ***'/. (•1:30-M:15)-7:00-10:00 •' " Central • 2 hours 5 min. G.I.Jane ,. R • rating ***'/. ' ('1:50-*4:35)-7:20-9:40 Central • 2 hours The Edge R« rating*** ; :-('1:40-M;25)-7:10-9:50 "". Central • 2 hours 1 mln. 'The Peacemaker R» rating **'/. ('1:50-'4:35)-7:20-9:40 Central • 1 hour 58 mln. In and Out PG13« rating*** ('2:00-'4:45)-7:30-9:30 Central • 1 hour 30 min. Men In Black PG1 3 -rating*** ('2:00-'4:45)-7:30-9:30 Central • 1 hour 38 mln. Wishmaster R • rating ** (•2:05-'4:35)-7:05-9:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 mln. Soul Food R • rating ***'/! (•2:00-'4:30)-7:00-9:20 Mid-State *1 hour 55 mln. Face/Off R • rating *** Sunset* 2 hours 15 mln. Father's Day PG1 3 -rating* (•1:30-'4:30)-7:05-10:00 Sunset *1 hour 50 mln. • Prisoner Of The Mountains R • rating ***'/; •2:00-5:00-7:00-9:00 Art Center Cinema • 1 hour 39 min. WEATHER today Kansas today 84 PEOPLE 63 LOW Today...Mostly sunny. Highs near 84. Northeast wind 5 to 15 mph shifting to the south In the afternoon. Ton!ght...Mostly clear. Low around 63. ' 7:09 p.m. Today's Sunset 7:30 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise U.S.today Extended forecast • SUNDAY: Mostly sunny arid warm. Highs in the mid-to .upper 80s. • MONDAY: Dry. Lows in the 50s west to around 60 east. Highs in the 80s, •TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY: Turning a.little cooler with little or no precipitation. Low in the mid-40s to around 50 west with 50s elsewhere. Highs mostly 75 to 80. Salma yesterday '*• Source: Salina Journal Weather-Station : TEMPERATURES , Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 91 77 100/1954 Low 72 51 35/1980 • High and low to 9 p.m. , ' PRECIPITATION Friday (to 9 p.m.) 0:00 Thursday (24 hours) 0.00 October to date : 0.00 Average October 2.41 Year to date 24.60 Average year through October 26.94 Average year . 28.95 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE .'.";" 1-8OO-585-7623 ' Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol 60s 70s 90s COLD WARM STATIONARY "^ . 61997 AccuWeather, Inc. Pressure . • ^^^ ^__^ _____ HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS .FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT, CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Belolt Coffeyville Cbncordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI '90 91 89 • 90 91 ,92 88 81 90 91 92 65 90 .93 91 LO PREC 71 73 66 71 67 66 61 , 53 69 70 ' 74 67 70 70 69 Anchorage. Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las'Vegas Los Angeles New York City , Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 45 82 . 63 80 93 80 8V 92 86 74 . 87 79 88 101 74 LO 31 < 64 ' SO 66 69 < 47 61 • 63 66 57 65 48 66 77 57 OTLK . Rain' Clr Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr Clr Clr Clr Cldy Clr Clr Clr Clr Clr Bono: Gay sex not accepted SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Chastity Bono thinks it's unfair that the movie ratings board has given a new film about gay men in Nazi Germany the adults-only rating. The Motion Picture Association of America said it gave "Bent" the most restrictive rating, which bars children under 17, because of a "strong scene of graphic sexuality" in a 1930s Berlin nightclub. BONO "We've come a long way, but the next step for gays and lesbians in media is to be able to be physical with each other, and to show the same type of intimacy onscreen that is completely accepted between people of the opposite sex," Bono said Thursday. Bono, entertainment media director for the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation, believes on-screen gay sexuality is still not accepted despite the increasing number of successful gay- themed stories in film and TV, including "Ellen," "Philadelphia," "The Birdcage" and "In & Out." MGM said it won't edit "Bent," based on Martin Sherman's play and starring Clive Owen, Lothaire Bluteau and Ian McKellen. It opens in limited release Nov. 26. Glenn heads to classroom COLUMBUS, Ohio — First he went to outer space, then four terms in the U.S. Senate. Now John Glenn is headed for perhaps his most daunting mission yet: the college classroom. The Ohio Democrat announced Friday that he will take a teaching position at Ohio State University after retiring from the Senate next year, saying he wants to help' combat cynicism among today's students. "I think that's something public officials not only have the opportunity to do, but the duty to try to dispel," he said. Glenn will be appointed to three posts: university honors distin- GLENN guished fellow, and adjunct professor in both the Department of Political Science and the School of Public Policy and Management. Glenn also will donate to the school his personal papers and artifacts, ranging from his Mercury space capsule thruster and control stick to his father's World War I helmet and mess kit. From Wire Service Reports! T ADVICE Here's how to find a good mate and Lain Dear Ann Landers: Over and over in your column, on TV and on radio call-in shows, I hear about women who put up with men who cheat, abuse and neglect them. They say they can't find anything better out there. I would humbly suggest that the problem is not a lack of decent men but an unwillingness to be realistic. Most of these women want happiness, but they are looking for excitement. They want a man with an exciting job and exciting hobbies, even though they are not interested in becoming involved in either. They want a man who is amusing and charismatic instead of someone who is caring and intelligent. They want someone they can "click with" instantly, in- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. stead of realizing that durable relationships must be developed one day at a time. These women are more likely to wind up with an adventurer who wants sex and then will leave, rather than a loyal man who will take things slowly and remain devoted. Women who complain that there are no good men out there should take a look at the ones they've passed up. That shy engineer with the thick glasses would unquestionably have made a better husband than the good-looking sky diver, long on charm but short on character. If you print my letter, please don't use my name. Just sign me — One Who Has Seen It All in California Dear California: You've Seen It All, and I've Read It All, and it's the same scene. Thanks for the overview. Dear Ann Landers: You have printed many letters about extramarital affairs. Here are some things your readers should TV TONIGHT be aware of: 1. About half the men and a third of the women who are cheating say they are perfectly content and there is nothing wrong with their marriages. 2. Being religious does not prevent infidelity. 3. Women are as willing as men to have an affair. 4. Fewer than 10 percent of those having an affair will divorce their spouses to marry their lovers. A large percentage of those who do often have another divorce. 5. People who have affairs are more likely to be divorced, distressed and disappointed. 6. The chemistry that drives an affair lasts anywhere from a few weeks to three years before it cools down. Infidelity can happen to anyone. Here are a few tips for your readers to affair- proof their marriages. I call them "the four P's" for prevention: 1. Be protective of your marriage. Avoid risky situations such as long lunches with a co-worker or drinks for two after work. Most people do not plan to be unfaithful. 2. Be positive. Look for what is right in your spouse, and tell him or her daily. People who have love affairs are often looking for appreciation and affirmation. 3. Be polite. Always talk to your spouse with respect. Be careful what you say to each other and how you say it. Show courtesy and caring in the way you treat one another. 4. Be playful, and make fun, sex and humor a mainstay in your marriage. Schedule time to play with one another, and have a "date night" at least once a week. Marriages can and do survive affairs, and many become stronger having weathered the crisis but not without pain and a genuine desire to recommit. — L.S., Ph.D., Seattle Dear Seattle: Thanks for a good letter. Your suggestions for "affair-proofing" marriages were especially useful. 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