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D2 FRIDAY, JANUARY 26. 1996 encore! THE SALINA JOURNAL WHAT S HOT ff Music a iffi FICTION BEST SELLERS . Sf 1 9 Intensity, Dean Koontz 2 2 2 Five Days In Paris, Danielle Steel .9 3 1 The Horse Whisperer, Nicholas Evans 19 4 3 Shock Wave, CliveCussler 6 5 5 The Web, Jonathan Kellerman 2 6 - Behind the Lines, W.E.B. Griffin 1 7 — The Judge, Steve Martini 1 8 8 The Celestlne Prophecy, James Redfleld 100 9 4 The Lost World, Michael Crichton 17 10 6 Hide And Seek, James Patterson , 2 ' JS m NON-FICTION BEST SELLERS A 1 1 The Road Ahead, Bill Gates .: 8 2 2 ' Emotional Intelligence, Daniel Goleman 17 3 3 Charles Kuralt's America, Charles Kuralt 13 4 10 Sisters, Carol Saline 53 5 4 A Simple Path, Mother Teresa 7 6 7 Miss America, Howard Stem *10 7 6 David Brinkley, David Brinkley 11 8 - It Takes a Village, Hillary Rodham Clinton 1 9 - Longitude, Dava Sobel 1. 10 9 My Point... And Do I Have One, Ellen DeGeneres ./.... 19 • Sovnx:TheNewYor1(?nmes/WeokpfJan..S1-27. " ' ' • ,, ^ ' NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY Parsley, Sage, Rosemary and Crime '. Tamar Myers Windy City Blues Sara Piretsky : The Prince and the Pilgrim Mary;st<B,wart Perfect Digestion Deepak CHopjfc, A Call to Character ;. edited by Colin'Qreer.; < Movies THIS WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 LAST WEEK 1 3 4 6 7 5 2 TOP GROSSING FILMS ttfe' From Dusk Till Dawn £fn 9 Mr. Holland's Opus 12 Monkeys Eye for an Eye * Grumpier Old Men Jumanjl , Heat / Toy Story • Don't Be a Menace Sense and Senalbilltv •. _ . • Source: Exhibitor Relations CoJWeekendofJan. 19-St. .,.$92 . s $6'2 . .'.'$54 . . . $5.1 ... $3 7 , . . $3.7 , . . $3.6 ~ $33 BILLIONS TOTAL I $10,2 $9.2 $39.1' $14.8 $58.2 $82.0 $58.5 $174.2 $14.1 $13.5 ':<HBJ&! <':.'• N RELEASE -,*',' •f.\i\ ii< '.';''. 5 '"-'•' ...6 ...9 ...2 ...6 S WE! TOP RENTAL FILMS S 1 1 Die Hard With a Vengeance /; 4 2 2 Clueless 3 3 10 Showgirls 2 4 3 Crimson Tide 8 5 7 Judge Dredd 4 6 5 Mortal Kombat: The Movie 3 7 6 First Knight 2 8 - The Net f ....1 9 9 Species 5 10 4 Apollo 13 7 • Source; Billboard magazine/Weak of Jan. 21-27. VIDEOS AT THE SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY Warren Buffet Talks Business Pool & Billiards Fireworks Straight Talk on Prostate Cancer Teaching Kids Tennis usic THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 6 4 5 7 10 9 'WEEKS ONUST TOP POP SINGLES One Sweet Day, Mariah Carey and Boyz II Men ', 9 Exhale (Snoop Shoop), Whitney Houston 10 Missing, Everything But the Girt .' ;..' 4 One of Us, Joan Osborne 3 Hey Lover, LL. Cool J .',' 10 Name, Goo Goo Dolls 12 Breakfast at Tiffany's, Deep Blue Something .6 Be My Lover, La Bouche ....". 2 Before You Walk Out of My Life, Monica ............;.. 2 Nobody Knows, The Tony Rich Project 1 THIS UST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 5 9 4 6 8 7 10 WEEKS ONUST TOP POP ALBUMS Waiting to Exhale, Soundtrack Daydream, Mariah Carey 16 Jagged Little Pill, Alanis Morissette ..., 28 Sixteen Stone, Bush 4 (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, Oasis .+. 2 Cracked Rear View, Hootie and the Blowfish 50 The Woman In Me, Shania Twain 3 Mellon Collie & the Infinite Sadness, Smashing Pumpkins 13 The Greatest Hits Collection, Alan Jackson ,. 13 R. Kelly, R. Kelly 2 Source: Billboard magazine/Week of Jan. 21-27. THIS LAST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 8 9 2 3 5 1 6 7 14 10 16 4 18 13 15 19 11 99.9 FM KG TOP 20 Missing, Everything But the Girl .3 Dreaming of You, Selena 5 Don't Cry, Seal '..'.'. 5 A Love So Beautiful, Michael Bqltpn 5 Keep Me From The Cold, Curtis Stigers , 7 You'll See, Madonna 10 Time, Hootie & the Blowfish .'.. 9 So Far Away, Rod Stewart 4 Wonder, Natalie Merchant 3 Faithfully, Peter Cetera .6 Natural Woman, Celine Dion 8 Swing Street, Bruce Hornsby 6 One Sweet Day, Mariah Carey 8 I Want to Come Over, Melissa Etherldge '.'.'.'.'. 1 Insensitive, Jann Arden 3 Breakfast at Tiffany's, Deep Blue Something .... '.'.'.'.'.','. 4 Exhale (Shoop Shoop), Whitney Houston 10 Jesus to a Child, George Michael 1 Reach for the Light, Steve Winwood 4 Promises Broken, Soul Asylum .... 1 Wanted: Musicians to join concert band LINDSBORG — The Bethany College Community Concert Band, B3CB, is welcoming new members of any age who play an instrument to join the band. Directed by Susan Salminen, the band will have five rehearsals from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Mondays starting Jan. 29 in Presser Hall at Bethany College. Kids to make valentines using block printing LINCOLN — Children will have the opportunity to create valentines using the block printing method at a class Feb. 7. The class, from 3:30 to 5:3Q p.m., will be taught by Salina artist Sara Duffield at the Lincoln Art Center. Children should wear old clothes because the printing process can be messy. The fee for the class is $5. Interested children are asked to register by Jan. 31. Book discussions start up at library Monthly book discussions have resumed at the Salina Public Library. The February discussion will be Feb. 12 instead of the third Monday as usual. The library will be closed on Feb. 19 for the annual staff in-service training. The schedule is as follows: • Feb. 12: "Imperfect Strangers," written by Stuart Woods. • March 18: "Pronto" by Elmore Leonard. • April 15: "Maybe (Maybe Not)" by Robert Fulghum. The free book discussions are at 7 p.m. in the Campbell Room of the library, 301 W. Elm. A limited number of copies of each book is available for checkout so that participants can read the books before the discussions. For information, call 825-4624. Exhibits Courtesy ot KSKB. 39.9 FM, Salina; ratings based on record sales and requests to station. THIS LAST WEEK WEEK KY 94 TOP 20 ffi? 1 1 It Matters to Me, Faith Hill 7 2 2 I'm Outta Herel, Shania Twain "5 3 5 When Boy Meets Girl, Terri Clark '.'.'.'.'.'.6 4 6 Cowboy Love, John Michael Montgomery 6 5 7 Not Enough Hours In the Night, Doug Supernaw 4 6 10 Bigger Than the Beatles, Joe Ditfie 4 7 13 Like There Ain't No Yesterday, Blackhawk 4 8 3 Can't Be Really Gone, Tim McGraw 10 9 14 Not That Different, Collin Rave ....4 10 4 Rebecca Lynn, Bryan White 8 11 12 Ring on Her Finger, Time on Her Hands, Reba McEntire ..5 12 17 Wild Angels, Martina McBride 2 13 18 What I Meant to Say, Wade Hayes 2 14 9 The Car, Jeff Carson 8 15 20 I Know She Still Loves Me, George Strait 2 16 8 Life Gets Away, Clint Black 11 17 - I'll Try, Alan Jackson 1 IB - The Beaches of Cheyenne, Garth Brooks 1 19 - If You Loved Me, Tracy Lawrence 1 20 - Out With a Bang, David Lee Murphy 1 • Courtesy ot KYEZ, 93.7 FM, Salina; ratings broadcast on Billboard American Country Countdown. Statues added to World War II exhibit ABILENE — The Eisenhower Museum has received additions to its World War II exhibit, "D- Day to V-E Day." The additions are five life-size statues produced as part of a traveling exhibit sponsored by the National Archives and Records Administration to commemorate the 50th anniversary of World War II. The statues depict a German soldier, two soldiers in the British-North Africa campaign, an American soldier at the Battle of the Bulge, a Russian soldier meeting the Americans at the Elbe River and an American sailor kissing a nurse on V-J Day. A smaller exhibit, the last in the museum's series commemorating the war, "War Booty" will be up through April 2. Veterans donated items for the exhibit. The objects include currency, clothing, edged weapons and firearms. The Eisenhower Center, is open every day from 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Trade blankets to be displayed at museum The Smoky Hill Museum will feature a collection of 50 colorful trade blankets in an exhibition titled "Language of the Robe: American Indian Trade Blankets." The exhibition will begin Feb. 3 and will run until March 31.. The trade blanket was designed and manufactured for Indian trade and was a constant of the American Indian life. The blankets are from the collection of Robert and Marianne Kapoun of Santa Fe, New Mexico. On opening day, Robert will give a talk at 2 p.m., and will autograph copies of his book. At 2 p.m. March 10, Jerry Shaw will give a talk about the-blankets. Benefit auction Celebrity items to be auctioned for CAPS A variety of personalized items donated by celebrities will be for sale Feb. 3 at the CAPS seventh annual Celebrity Benefit Auction. • ^SalinaJournal • Events of the Day Journal " BRIERY r The members of Outback are Kalen Bebermeyer (from left), Ken Johnston, Justin Sly, Clint Tate and Bob Demannett. Country band seeks fame in Nashville CONCORDIA — The five- member group Outback is heading for Nashville next month in search of fame and a small fortune. After submitting audio and video tapes to the Nashville Network, the band has been selected as one of 27 groups to compete in the spring tapings of "The Charlie Daniels' Talent Roundup." A 13-week series will be taped from Feb. 12 to 16, with $25,000 awarded to the winners. Outback, a country act based in Concordia, has been together for three years with its cur- rent lineup. Members are Salinan Justin Sly on drums, bassist Kalen Bebermeyer of Belleville, and Concordians Ken Johnston on keyboards and Bob Demannett and Clint Tate on guitars. The band has showcased its musicianship and five-part harmonies across Kansas, including opening shows for the Bellamy Brpthers and Brother Phelps. As a prelude to the competition, Outback will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 10 at the Brown Grand Theatre. Admission is $5. ment Access Channel, cable Channel 20 in Salina. The program will be repeated at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, immediately following the Saline County Commission meeting. The public session at the City- County Building comes in response to the police department's effort to gain recognition from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies. Toward that end, the police department is voluntarily being assessed in its compliance with 372 standards of operation. Kansas Day The auction will be at 10 a.m. in Kenwood Hall; doors will open at 9 a.m. The auction benefits Child Abuse Prevention Services of Salina. More than 70 personalized items have been donated from celebrities, including George Brett, Derrick Thomas, Sharon Stone, Meg Ryan, Bill Cosby, Christian Slater, Joe Montana, Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt, Amy Grant, Gloria Estefan, Robert Redford and Mike Wallace. The casts of "Melrose Place," "Another World," "The Guiding Light," "As the World Turns" and "General Hospital" are donating signed scripts. Local artists and businesses have donated more than 200 items. Soup, chili, pies, cookies, hot dogs and drinks will be available for lunch. Session on police to be shown on TV The Salina Police Department's public session oh Monday will be shown live at 7 p.m. on Govern- Demonstrations, music planned at museum Demonstrations of old-time lifestyles and skills will be going on from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Smoky Hill Museum, 211 W. Iron. Cliff Peterson, game warden at Maxwell Game Preserve, will tell stories about buffalo herd at the preserve and will bring hands-on buffalo items. John Jagger., Minneapolis, will portray a frontiersman in the museum's Dugout exhibit. He will talk about life on the Plains and share stories about old-time buffalo hunts. Visitors can sample buffalo chili at the Museum Store. Patty Massell, Culver, will bring American Indian textiles and beadwork to show as she demonstrates her skills. Gary Hicks will spin flax into gold or wool into yarn, and Wanda Clark will knit it into winter sweaters. And Barbara Buskirk and Dorothy Richards are back to show children how to make toys out of everyday items. The first two hours of the celebration will feature music by Hieberts Dulcimers Etc., an Abilene duo made up of Eddie and Robert Hiebert. Hieberts Dulcimers Etc. features dulcimers, guitars and autoharp sprinkled with vocal harmonies. For information, call 826-7460. From Staff Reports Access TV Access TV seeks crew for dance residency Community Access Television of Salina is looking for people interested in becoming camera operators for the Deeply Rooted Dance Theatre's Salina residency Feb. 25 through March 2. Individuals should be available during the daytime hours during the residency. The crew will document the activities of the dance troupe during the day, edit the material and show the tape live of Access TV each night. An orientation meeting is planned for 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Access TV studio, 410 W. Ash. Participants should enter on Ninth Street. For information, call 823-2500. MANHATTAN, KANSAS Friday, February 16 — 7:3O P ,n J<ck ~~"" ce BRAMLAGECOLISEUMKSUi „ '^,:,T":';;„.,.„,„.„ All Seats Reserved' '$14- 5 o • $9- 50 <;•'» "• H.-..K-. r.iriKA 1,11-1 I.., -, 'plus sci uicc ch.irqc t a n ^,£—. outlets VIP KOMBAT ZONE SEATING AVAILABLE (913)532-7606 No Discounts on Komhnl Xoiio Son ON SALE NOW! 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