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•THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, :»996 BI JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). How to make the most of a past experience is a key topic. Shine through good deeds and services - your good example carries weight with all who know you. Make a list of healthy foods that you find delicious - then, eat 'eml • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Friendly faces make it a special day - ask for advice, directions and Information. Errand-running goes smoothly. Prepare -for action on the job front - look good for first meetings that can affect your future! • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Extra effort is needed on behalf of a relative In dire straits. Energy .and enterprise are yours. Your responsibilities increase with a promotion. You love the power, but distant horizons beckon you to freedom. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Go ahead and show off a little for kids or a new romantic prospect - applause for you. is well- deserved. An invitation for the weekend may come today. Going out for lunch or another change of •- «>— scenery is inspirational. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Set romance aside, and get your routine under control. Soon and suddenly, impressive new contacts enter the picture, so don't give up on your big career dreams. Shop for necessities - you'll find all the right bargains. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (January 23). Methodical work on exciting new projects holds the key to fulfillment far Into the future. A big job offer or hot property deal makes a difference in February. In March and April, past accomplishments are the tickets to new influence. Expect new responsibilities In June - an elective office may be in the cards. Parenthood or creative art changes your IHe in Jury. Your boss believes in you In August. A financial windfall comes just in time in September. . • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Some powerful pals help you get what you want at work - one Important leadership skill is knowing whose advice to follow. The right expert sets you free of legal complications Confide your fears to a trusted friend. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct 23). Special protection from one who understands you is heartwarming. .Confidences, even promises, are exchanged with your lover, but keep your Independence In any new arrangement. Make the most of sudden luck. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Special events fill your schedule. Investments of energy and cash begin ,to pay off. Analyze and trust your intuition - you'll get to the root of your problems and solve them. Lots of luck surrounds you - take a little break. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Independent .efforts pay off -- continue to think for yourself. Experience is your best friend now - you are the voice of authority, so take care to use your influence wisely. Innovative thinking is lucky. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Exceptional popularity gives a boost to all public dealings. Recognition for good ideas is only fair. Social doings can eat into family time - meet your kids' friends. Stick with positive thinking and luck will find you. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Consider any risks •before jumping into cash-upfront ventures. Check with 'a loved one to see if there is a need for you to run errands. You have lots of new chances to advance on 'the job or find a new one. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Shine - you've got the center ring. You catch the attention from one you •thought was unaware - you're walking on air. Let a 'friend have the last word because you've got all the looks and charm. A Leo is the your best pal. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 MOVIES *Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent * Prlmetlme & Seniors $3.50 Other Times $5.50 Two If By Sea R •kit •5:05,7:35 Central «1 hourSSmln. Grumpier Old Men PG-13 ** •5:10,7:25 Central • 1 hour 35 min. Toy Story G Twelve Monkeys R *** •5:00, 7:35 Mid-State* 2 hours 10 mln. Dunstan Checks In PG •5:15,7:15 Central «1 hour 21 mln. Mr. Holland's Opus PG ***% •5:00, 7:45 Central* 2 hours 25 mln. From Dusk Till Dawn R *** •5:10, 7:30 Mid-State O hours 49 mln. •5:00 only Sunset *1 hour 28 mln. Jumanji PG *V4 7:00 only Sunset *1 hour 40 mln. Eye For An Eye R * •5:10,7:15 Sunset «1 hour 41 mln. WEATHER &$&*& tyw/ "• ZT -t- " : JttT^ '^ r-jj OKLA. \ \ S \'X f\ < \ V Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy ^\ ? w A4-* ^•ww.*f »«•• —'5l| *- MM0n<f««» * ***»w*^n«i «»*-\ » *wr »^j, '3'^j'' " " "iT^^^ ""^ir^ J *fc»iy» \ lifefa. 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Category'9494 iiV. "* < J ^ ' "** ' ' • . x ',-"'"'' ' , .T*.. ' ii M .1 ^' ','' /' * * KANSAS'ROAO obH0rJKJNg HOTLINE^ ;-•; 1s«OO-585-7623 onw <v Manhattan 'IttspUfi • Russoll s Topeka PEOPLE Jerry Lewis loses voice SAN ANTONIO — Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets, unless it was to sing with Jerry Lewis at the last San Antonio performance of the touring musical "Damn Yankees," Lewis began losing his voice at the Sunday matinee and. skipped the evening show, the M£- jestic Theater said. j About 200 theatergb- ers from an audience bf about 2,000 demanded rfe- funds rather than see understudy Jam}e Ross step into Lewis' role. j Lewis, 69, has been playing the devil, who with his attractive assistant • Lola' gets a baseball fan to sell his soul for a chance to play for the Washington Senators and beat the hated New York Yankees. Musicians win Swedish prize STOCKHOLM, Sweden — Singer Joni Mitchell and French composer Pierre! Boulez were awarded Sweden's Polar Music Prize Monday and will collect $151,000 each at a ceremony in May. "Antong women in rock music Joni Mitchell'iis perhaps the most talented and versatile," said the prize committee. Mitchell is famous for mixing folk and jazz influences into her rock songs. i Boulez, 70, was acclaimed as "a cultural personality of great stature in his native country and as a leading and. universally respected authority in the field of contefa- porary music." | Wynonna weds privately NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country singer ' Wynonna Judd and yacht salesmah Arch Kelley III drew a lot of unwanted attention but still managed to keep their wedding a very private affair. After vows were exchanged Sunday at Christ Church, a helicopter hovered and photographers attempted to catch the couple getting into a vintage black Cadillac. Filmmaker honored in Paris PARIS — Italian filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni received one of France's highest honors, induction into the Legion of Honor: . Antonioni, 83, is best known for his films "Blow Up" and "Identification of a Woman.'' He was honored Sunday in a ceremony presided over by Philippe Douste-Blazy, France's minister of culture. , From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE Costly weddings don't buy happiness for couples Dear Ann Landers: I want to express my feelings about what "Modesto, Calif." had to say regarding passing the hat at weddings. My husband and I were both 18 when we married. Our parents were of modest means, and we had to pay for everything, ourselves. We decided there was going to be no hat passing. I spent $25 on fabric, and my sister made my wedding gown. The veil cost $9. A family friend made a four-tier wedding cake, which was beautiful. We gave her $20 for the ingredients. My mother's best friend made silk flowers for the altar, and they looked wonderful. My sisters, my maid of honor and my mom prepared the dinner the night before. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. We will soon celebrate our llth anniversary. Our two young sons are a joy to us. We are very happy, even though we still have to watch every penny. I hope you will print my letter, Ann. It might discourage young people from going into debt to put on a show. The "performance" lasts for about four hours, and it takes two years to pay for it. — Struggling But Happy in Maine Dear Struggling: Many of those brides whose weddings cost thousands of dollars would give a lot to be as happy as you are. I've said it before, and I'll say it again — the best things in life aren't things. Dear Ann Landers: I have known "Belinda" for several months, and I'm in love with her. She says she loves me, too, but we have constant fights about her roommate, "Joe." When I first met Belinda, she explained that Joe was just a family friend and that there was nothing sexual between them. I TV TONIGHT believed her then, and I still believe her, although some of my friends think this is a mighty odd arrangement. . Belinda and I have talked about marriage and moving in together, but she refuses to ask Joe to leave. The man sleeps on the floor in the living room. He has a good job and cduld well afford a place of his own. He insists that he ife happy the way things are and will not look for a place of his own unless 'Belinda asks him to. Whenever I tell Belinda that Joe should move put, she becomes very upset and says I don't trust her. I am confused about their relationship. I'm really in love with her, Ann, but I'm conflicted. Please rush yo«r answer to — Bothered and Bewildered in North Hills, Calif. D«ar North Hills: No Couple should start life together with a family friend sleeping on the living room floor. Tell Belinda that Joe must go. If she re- fuses to respect your wishes at this point in your relationship, you are destined to have a very rocky marriage., Dear Ann Landers: I am in my late 80s and have a poor appetite. When I go to a restaurant, I often prefer to order from the child's menu because the portions are the right size for me. Am I right to say it is discrimination when the waiter tells me the restaurant will tpt allow me to do that? I believe itds wasteful to insist that I order more than I can eat. I resent paying for food'that will go in the garbage. What do you say? — Upset in Ida Grove, Iowa Dear Ida: I say you should go to restaurants that serve half portions and offer senior citizen discounts. Check around. Gem of the Day: Advice for women who long for a man: It's better to be alone than to wish you were. • Best bets ' : 7 p.m. — "Frasier," NBC. Niles "and Frasier are in hot water when ^Martin challenges them to fix a ^'broken toilet. I' 7 p.m. — "Moesha," United : : Paramount. Series premiere. A ; teen-age girl copes with the pressures and demands of growing ^up in the '90s. Tonight: Moesha -ideals with her father's new wife. ' 8 p.m. — "State of the Union 'Address," ABC, CBS, NBC, FOX, ;CNN. Coverage of President •/Clinton's State of the Union ^'address to a joint session of ^Congress. The Republican 'response and news analysis will follow on some stations. Dennis filler will offer play-by-play ^•commentary as the address Enfolds on Comedy Central, lova 46588 0 Encounters 73830 Q The Client 84304 a Encounters 13472 21st Century Jet 95472 Q tome Imp. OB tome Imp. The Client 64526 IB IB m 7:00 7:30 Frontline 67526 rasler1762 (3rd Rock 385 State of Union 8762 State of Union 99878 State of the Union Address (Uve) (CC) 51728 lomm Access 97584 State of Union 22120 Hudson 78236 Hudson 2304 Frasier 525168 |3rd Rock-Sun tovte "The Bear" Confd Movie Corrt'd I Inside Out 8:00 8:30 9:00 Dateline 8526 9:30 Opinion 41762 Charlie Rose 47859 News 8124323 Tonight Show Cops 41743 Patrol 76014 ^wyers Live 19052 Festival 94255 Sallna 71878 Nova 97520 News 19656 10:00 10:30 Star Trek: Next Gener. 72101 News 9931014 Late Show Flower 24472 Healthllne News 66698 Patrol 18526 Frontline 80052 Business Rpt. State of the Union Address (Uve) (CC) 82526 News 3716205 State of the Union Address (Uve) (CC) 59694 News 3736830 State of the Union Address (Uve) (CC) 44762 State of Union 293138 I Dateline 693994 Movie *** "Games" (1967) Simone Slgnofel. 4895033 America 1968100526 Movie "Sensation" (1994) Eric Roberts, Karl Wuhrer. 817946 News 3761526 Roseanne Nlghtllne Late Show News 7449694 Tonight Show "The Appaloosa" 4193965 Movie *** "On Promised Land" (1994) (CC) 170385 Movie "Bounty Tracker" (1992) 925304 Movie "Naked In New York" (1993) 5586762 I Mo vie **x "Corrina, Cortina" (1994) 9104878 Movie ***» "Nobody's Fool" (1994) (CC)790746 Movie *** "Legends of the Fall" (1994) (CC) 7334656 News 508526 Preaddress State of the Union Address (Live) (CC) 666014 Hart to Hart 4699859 Trapper John, M.D. 4808507 Insplr. Please! (Feast 9480120 Highway to Heaven 641830 Rescue 911667878 795323 4571033 Movie "WMoWs Kiss" (1995) Beverly D'Angelo. 7177033 Movie ** "Dangerous Game" (1993), Madonna 68593548 Color 7211385 Color 1671830 PalmerstownU.SA 4830859 Meteora: Catacombs 4843323 Movie Cont'd IMovle'On the Riviera" (1951) 817859 Sports 732656 JMoneyllne VegaS 4881830 700 Club 647014 In Touch 4846410 "MacSnayne" 933323 Movie ***» "The Ghost and Mrs, Mulr" (1947)410897 Marty Party III (R) 461014 UK. Winter 649472 Dr.KatzPro. Fishing/Nixon NBA 665878 College Basketball 627323 m College Basketball 9221255 Murder, She Wrote 671946 NBA Basketball Chicago Bulls at New York Knicks. (live) (CC) 143675 Classic Sports Presents 6077946 m 7:00 7:30 Critic 5394946 8:00 8:30 9:00 Prime Time Country 220014 Prime Time 658120 Aeon Flux State of the Union 3903304 Politically Inc. Critic 1950526 9:30 10:00 Club Dance 758236 Oddities: Maxx Singled Out NPSL Soccer Milwaukee Wave at St. Louis Ambush. 197052 Politically Inc. Press Box College Basketball Massachusetts at Pittsburgh. 929347 [College Basketball Arkansas at Alabama, (Uve) 353 I236 Forever Knight 680694 | Boxing 660630~ llnsde-NBA Ilash of the Champions (Uve) 7993439 Movie ** "Opposing Force" (1986) Tom Skerritt. 704,174 Jnsolved Mysteries 654304 TlmRussert Equal Time Re. Presidency Business Wild Discovery 598520 Mystery Univ. How"d They Do That? 489410 Operation 465830 funsters .r |Dream-Jeannle Lucy 509120 | Bewitched Biography 798546 Hoc 562217 |Con)lcvlew CuerpoyAlma39548 Gossip 102859 Behind 827656 GarfleW-Friend Scooby Doo 10:30 News 278491 Beavls 389588 Saturday Night Ski 81667 Sportscenter Tennis 2523526 Silk Stalklngs 670217 'Riders-Purple" 747946 Movie **s "Child's Play" (1988) 89162101 Press Box Press Box News 175830 Movie * if * * "When Harry Met Sally" (1989)674168 Rivera Live 9204588 I Charles Grodln 9217052 News 1581588 News Talk TV 79571 (Showcase WorKf-Wond Lost Worlds 198584 Hometlme M.T. Moore Computer Man Taxi 843236 Touch of Frost 893192 Video Soul 726588 El Premlo Mayor 17236 Primer Impacto Noc. 97472 Talk Soup News 190014 Fllntstones Jetsons David Lstterman 384526 Bugs* Daffy 78521439 'ress Box Iwaps 809385 'ress I Movie 10558 IDi Law & Order 148089 Benson Jazz 659897 Notlciero Howsrd Stem Scooby Doo flerp Scooby Dooi 8 8 PBS, Bunker Hill NBC, Wichita Fox, Wlchlla-Sallna CBS, Topeka Access 6, Sallna Fox, Kansas City PBS, Wichita B ABC, Kansas City 01 ABC, Wichita B Pr»vu» B CBS; Wichita B NBC, Kansas City B Encora B OlsMy V | WMttwr Channel j Clnemax | Stan I Education Access I Government Access | HBO I Showtime CNN ' B Family Channel Headline New* B American Movie Class! _ C-8pan ' ' . B Nashville Network B Home Shopping Network B Country Music TV — """ — MTV QVC we Faith & Values vm Comedy Central EB Prime Sports Network EQ WGN, Chicago Q) ESPN B Cable Health Club EJESPN2 B Lifetime. 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