The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 26, 1996 · Page 13
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 13

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THE SAUNA JOURNAL JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Complete important work, make decisions, and take the floor In meetings. Enjoy being treated to dinner or a bouquet of flowers •- one who is as romantic as you are Is ready to take the lead. A fellow Aries is a lucky pal • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Catch-up is the game at work - filing and correspondence need attention. Letting go of the past is the weekend's lesson - tuck yourself in early tonight. Plan to be the star of the show tomorrow. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Distant relatives or step-family members play a role. Analyze and strategize, but save decision-making for next week. Your boss gives contradictory orders. Extra time opens up when a date is called off. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Avoid showdowns with authority, and be patient when a date is late. A child may not be able to express deep feelings - hugs are recommended. The weekend is filled with family duties, except + for Saturday nightl • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Expansive gestures go further if they are measured out sensibly - if you are making travel plans, go economically. Stay late if necessary, but finish the project. This weekend, you're an advice-giver and the center of attention • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (January 26). Many new friendships come in the first half of '96 ~ some are stepping stones, others last a lifetime. Your job requires much learning in March and brings recognition in April. Start preparing for long-term goals in May. Romantic thrills excite you in June. Dig for self-understanding in July. Behind-the-scenes learning in '96 leads to power in '97. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Try to do your best at work -- then, go home and forget it for the weekend! Perfectionism can be a trap today. The evening is marvelous for trying a new restaurant, seeing old friends and working out. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Partnerships bring luck. Falling for a hard-luck story may be expensive. Admit readily to errors. The weekend is good for Intimate Interludes, but skip the champagne. You're needed by one you love. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Depend upon the kindness of friends. Use your charm - it may work a miracle. Working alone is delightful, but if you delegate, don't be too critical. Tonight, enjoy an early night to bed instead of late-night romance. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Everyone has advice for you, but listen to your heart. You may choose to cancel a party tonight and turn in early instead •- if so, you'll miss nothing socially and your dreams will bring you wisdom. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Eliminate competition by making friends. Don't be discouraged by the lack of response to your romantic overtures -this person is interested and will contact you soon. A child needs gentle guidance. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Daytime hours may bring some confusion or a setback, but patience is the only tool required. Play catch with the kids or get everyone together to make popcorn tonight. Home life may feel confining - plan a jolly jaunt. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You're called upon to conduct a rescue operation - your specialty. If you are job-hunting, this may be a great day. In the evening, romance is sweet. Get chores done this weekend -- next week, you'll be too busy. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line iii Category 7827 MOVIES *Bad **Fair ***Good **** Excellent * Prlmetlme & Seniors $3.50 Other Times $5.50 From Dusk Till DawnR *4:30,8:00 *** Central-2 hours 52 mln '4:30,7:10,9:30 Mid-Slate • 1 hours 49 min. HEATR Grumpier Old Men PG-13 ** •4:25,7:05,9:35 Central • 1 hour 35 mln. Toy Story G ***'/! •4:45,7:15,9:15 Central • 1 hour 21 mln. Mr. Holland's Opus PG ***'/ 2 •4:15,7:15,9:45 Central • 2 hours 25 mln Twelve Monkeys R **+ •4:15,7:00,9:35 Mid-State • 2 hours 10 mln. SCREAMERS R •4:30, 7:00, 9:30 Sunset «1 hour 47 mln. EYE FOR AN EVER * '4:45,7:10,9:20 Sunset "1 hour 41 mln. Almanac FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1996 B3 .Today, aftpw tapering'of? to flurries by afternoon. Total snow accurnulat!ons"of-l to 3 ; inches; dlolidy, arid-veiy.cdld, high 39. foorth wind 20 to 30 rnph, 'dirhinishing in foeV ,' V afternoon/Ghance for, show'80 percent.- / , Tonightclearinglahd very cold, Low around ,10,above. '•; ; 5:45 p.m. , 7:41 a.m. ' ToiJaYs'Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast TEMPERATURES, Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 41 40 69 /1944 Low 26 s 19 -tfl,/1905 • "High and low t&6 p.m ,<&•" PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. January to date i, Average January Year to date WEATHER Kansas City 33° Pittsburgl 38°] Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudi COLD WARM . STATIONARY Pressure HL EE1 K3 man LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY PEOPLE > TODAY; Light snow, ^ahd partly cloudy. Highs, ending west early. ' from 45 to 50 , II fi , 'Snow endingin the , southwest to'thertiid-.- - u "°' east iritie afternoon. - 30s northeast/ T^ptalsnow '! t ' . •rSUNDAY: DryOows ,". accumulations of 3 to 6 » around fO tens nbrBi' . inches northeast and 1 .and irttrje teer* south. ' to 3 Inches over the rest Higlislromtfie-sds '.'-• / of the state. Highs 15 to northeast to'thl 50sr {< 25., * ,i .. southwest'• '• " * • TONIGHT: Gearing • MONDAY: Warmer, and very ookJ. Lows east. Lows iri the teens around zero north, 5 to to rnicWZOs. Highs from 15south. '.'• ' , the40s,eastfo'the,50s, •SATURDAY:Warmer west. , , Average year Trace 0,10. 0.71 ' 0.10 0.71 ,28.95 yesterday U.S. today Belleville Hi' LO PREC 34 - 20 ' Chanute 54, 25 Anchorage HI g LO -6 OTLK Clr Cottewllle 57' •'. 31 Atlanta • i 58 34 Qly Concordla 32 Boston 33 ta Dodge City 44 24 Chicago '•29 20 Snow Emporia SO 26, • Dallas-R Worth 47 Cldy DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line KANSAS'ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE' 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Garden City 45 .16 Denver 24 -1 Cldy Goodland 22 13 Kansas City 24 Hulcnlnson 47 26 . t las Vegas 22 Snow 54 34 Clr 'Lawrence '45 31 Los Angeles 63 48.. Clr' Manhattan • 42' 26 New York City, 38 20 Cldy Plttsburg 55 28 . Oklahoma City. • 35 33 Cldy Russell 32 ' ' ,20 .Omaha 17 Snow Topeka Wichita" 45 -..' 22 • Orlando •77 54 Cldy 56 31 Phoenix *San Francisco 63' 36 60' 44 Clr "BIT Frasier is tough on himself NEW YORK — Kelsey Grammer, TV's Dr. Frasier Crane, finds himself a rather troubled patient. "I've always been my own worst enemy," the actor said in Sunday's Parade magazine. "I can undermine myself better than anyone else, and I'm the one I have to prove the most to." Not even his Emmy- f > RAMMP p winning performance as unHIV " vlc " the stuffy psychiatrist on "Cheers" and its spinoff "Frasier" "weren't enough to convince me I had achieved anything," he said. R&B singer accused of rape NEW YORK — Aaron Hall, a rhythm- and-blues singer who scored a recent hit with the single "I Miss You," is accused of raping a woman at a hotel. Detectives arrested the singer at the hotel Tuesday on charges of assault and rape. He was released Thursday on $100,000 bail. A 26-year-old acquaintance of Hall's told police that he attacked her late Sunday in his suite, police said. Hall, 31, won a Soul Train Music Award last year for the video for "I Miss You." Comic laughs at the pain NEW YORK — Henny Youngman even has one-liners for a broken hip. "The guy who operated on me was a robber," the 69-year-old deadpan comic ;was quoted by his assistant as saying. "He wore a mask." The comedian fell Jan. 9 in his apartment and broke his hip, his assistant Paula Goldin said Thursday. Surgeons in- sferted a pin, and Youngman is getting around with the aid of a walker. "He turns 90 on March 16, and we hope he'll be dancing at the party," Goldin said. Ex-Beatle wins lawsuit LOS ANGELES — George Harrison won $11 million in a lawsuit accusing his longtime manager of living the high life at the former Beatle's expense. Harrison had claimed that Denis O'Brien bought himself yachts and villas around the world during their 20- year partnership while Harrison suffered "enormous losses." The losses involved HandMade Films, a now-defunct company that made the movies "Life of Brian" and "Time Bandits." A jury returned the verdict last week. From Wire Service Reports HARRISON T ADVICE Daughter dreads it when mom's a meanie Dear Ann Landers: I am 33 and the youngest of five children. Like most families, we've had our share of problems — divorce, alcohol abuse, etc., — but for the most part, we are responsible, hard-working adults. The real problem in this otherwise "normal" family is my mother. She is cruel and hateful to me. She tells my 11-year-old son that I don't love him and am a terrible mother. After my divorce a few years ago, I started to date a man she didn't care for. She made up a lot of lies to break us up — and I'm sorry to say, she succeeded. I have never had a word of support or kindness from my mother. Strangely enough, we weren't abused as children, ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. verbally or otherwise. It seems she has become like this only in the past 10 years. Mental illness runs in her family. If you have concluded that my mother is mentally ill, what should I do about it I want to add, she treats other people just fine. Sign me — Walking on Eggshells, No Town, U.S.A. Dear Eggshells: It should be less painful knowing that your mother's abusive behavior could be the result of mental illness, but it still must hurt. My advice is to keep your distance. Don't subject yourself to her punishment any more than is absolutely necessary. And since your mother seems to be bent on poisoning your son's mind against you, I suggest that you keep him away from her, too. I realize this will be difficult, but self- preservation comes ahead of faked family togetherness. TV TONIGHT Dear Ann Landers: Can you use another response to "Issaquah, Wash.," the middle-aged woman who was celebrating her husband's new job after three years of being unemployed? You said their negative attitude may have something to do with the bad luck she and her husband ha4 been experiencing while job hunting. Ann, jobs are not that easy to come by, no matter how old you are. I am 53 and have a back disability. I have been trying to find suitable part-time work for nearly 10 years. I have a bachelor's degree and two associate degrees. I have taken three- and four-hour placement tests, scored well on them and still not selected for an inter- vi^w. "On an exam for one position I applied for, I scored higher than anyone in the room and didn't get an interview. Did I mention that between 1,000 and 2,000 other people showed up for the same job? Huge turnouts seem to be the norm these days. "Issaquah's" letter didn't sound depressing. It sounded truthful. My girlfriend, who never understood why some people can't find work, recently was demoted and put on part-time. So, now she is also job-hunting and, like me, hasn't made it to an interview yet. I have worked alongside people from other countries and discovered that they have work visas. I can't understand why our government allows this to happen when so many U.S. citizens need jobs. Care to comment? — Facing Forward in Fresno Dear Fresno: It would be virtually impossible as well as ungenerous for the government to deny work visas to foreigners until every American is employed. Your situation is a difficult one, and I wish you the best of luck. Best bets • 6 p.m. — "Super Bowl XXX Weekend Kickoff," TNT. • 6:30 p.m. — "Super Bowl XIII Highlights," ESPN. Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers. From Miami on Jan. 21, 1979. • 8 p.m. — "X-Files," Fox. Mulder and Scully investigate a series of bizarre deaths plaguing a small town. • 9 p.m. — "Picket Fences," CBS. Fate intercedes and an old love of Judge Bone's comes to Rome; an electrical shock causes Carter to have a near-death experience; Zack falls in love. • 9 p.m. — "Outer Limits," Showtime. A persistent reporter latches onto the trail of a deadly stranger after she overhears a message on her cellular phone. • 9 p.m. — "National Issues Convention," PBS. A wrap-up report on the National Issues Convention held at the University of Texas Austin campus. Jim Lehrer moderates. JB a Q m m m M M m Q) 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 WashWk3201 [Wall St 9355 Market 9249 Changing 1084 National Issues Convention (CC) 11133 Figure Skating World Championships. (CC) 49539 dpace-Beyond84133 Due South 95607 Historic Kansas 11607 dpace-Beyond 24775 WashWk 3423 Wall St. 6249 Family 77688 Family 4171 Boy-World Boy-World Due South 35201 X-Files 93881 Diagnosis Murder 25305 Picket Fences 84591 9:00 9:30 10:00 Dateline 6201 Star Trek: Voyager 80317 Academy 4775 [Joseph Holmes Dance Theatre: 1995 257626 X-Files 33423 Kansas Week Kansas 8978 Step 86336 Step 1161 Maybe 98171 Maybe 9626 Diagnosis Murder 51249 Figure Skating World Championships. (CC) 285355 News 20959 News 8062539 Tonight Show 10:30 Talking 39442 Star Trek: Next Gener. 83404 News 9862930 Late Show CAPS 35775 News 72751 National Issues Convention (CC) 91355 2072079249 20/2046317 Picket Fences 64713 Dateline 665317 Movie "Cat on Hot Tin" Cont'd|Movle "The Mackintosh Han" (CC) 9078084 Movie Cont'd | Movie * * *»"Treasure Island" (1950) (CC) 278572 Movie *** "Murder In the First" (1995) (CC) 458249 Movie **'* "Bullets Over Broadway" (1994) 2769249 Movie "Sword of Honor" (1994)346591 I Crypt 585572 Movie ** "The Road to Wellville" (1994) (CC) 805133 Outer Limits 218423 News 109201 Inside Politics Larry King Live 296201 Hart to Hart 4720775 Lite Choices [Spirituality Highway to Heaven 282133 Trapper John, M.D. 4739423 Hashing H Man Alive Rescue 911291881 Movie **x "The Left-Handed Gun" (1958) 63587959 Prlmetlme News 4160341 News 3674046 News 3692442 News 7370510 Tonight Show Junior Leader Crypt 89201 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtline Late Show 'The Drowning Pool" 7159591 Movie*** "Elvis" (1979) 351751 Movie "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" 566607 [Erotic 920881 Movie * *K "The Shadow" (1994), John Lone 9132317 Movie "Soldier Boyz" (1995) (CC) 316539 Dennis 102423 World Today 216065 Color 7142201 Color 1519046 Hallelujahl Sports 373959 |Moneyllne Campbells 700 Club 288317 Movie "Galaxis" 610152 VegaS 4729046 Sulllvans Lawson Live "Cahill, U.S. Marshal" 574626 Movie * * * * "Of Mice and Men" (1939) 565012 Murder, She Wrote 212249 7:00 7:30 Championship Rodeo 283571 Real World Dream On 8:00 8:30 9:00 Prime Time Country 793930 Most Wanted 385881 State 775268 Aeon Flux 9:30 10:00 10:30 Club Dance 366201 Beavls651249 Singled Out Dream On Movie *«"Stewardess School" (1986) 3845336 Women's College Basketball 926607 Up Close [Talk-Superstars 565065 Super Bowl Live) 9144152 Sports S09268|CCHA 382688 [Skiing 485249 [Skiing U.S. Pro Tour. 689666 News 118065 Sports 913591 Politically Inc. Saturday Night Tennis Australian Open •- Women's Final. (Live) 330733 NFL Lineman 9120572 NFL's All-Tlme Team (R) 2431591 Movie *» "Cold Steel" (1987) Brad Davis. 225713 iDuckman NBA Basketball Los Angeles Lakers al Philadelphia 76ers. (Live) (CC) 791268 Movie *** "Wargames" (1983) Matthew Broderick. 45064688 Women's College Basketball 8704997 [Hoops USA [Press Box |Press Box Hercules-Jrnys. 439143 Xena: Warrior Princess 134751 News 799297 Barbara Walters 295607 Gerry Spence Equal Time SpGhost Sportscenter Super Bowl 26 287882 Super Bowl XXX Anniversary 237959 "The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes" 895317 Movie **» "Too Young to Die?" 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