The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 7, 1997 · Page 17
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SALINA JOURNAL Almanac TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1997 BI .JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate •••'•-• Inc. HOROSCOPES 'ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Romance and propositions are featured. A Sagittarius Is a lucky friend. Talk openly so others know what troubles you and what excites you. People can help Jf you inform them. ,• TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Funding is unexpectedly available for projects you love. A;mbit!ons turn from short-range goals into long- tjMm.achievements. A new business or financial strategy is quite successful. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Energy comes in easy strides, not spurts. Boost your public image by getting out and seeing the world. Friends encourage you to give up a grudge -- your energy is replenished as a result. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Satisfaction follows physical accomplishment. A sweetheart asks for more of your time. Help, an associate by drawing from your own life, but avoid pat comparisons. .•i.'-., » • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your love only wants to please you, so try not to criticize him or her. A sriort-term resolution becomes a reality. Create coincidences and chance encounters -romance starts with a casual conversation, "•TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October?). Rewards for, your persistence this month make you proud -- keep up the momentum. Fantastically supportive love is found in November. December brings the end to financial burdens. Carefully plan your finances for the first two months of '98 by turning a little into a lot. New lovers travel in December or May, The best signs for love are Taurus and Capricorn. Ma'rriage is certain in June. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You can change your mind without much consequence now, but be sure you don't go back on your word! Great .career opportunities come from fast judgments. Your family shares in your pride. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your talent continues to grow as you reach into new creative territories. Try your hand at poetry, art or music. You can use creativity in even the most-menial areas of life. ',« SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A solitary decision marks the beginning of your financial upswing. Spiritual Issues are explored with a friend -- your skepticism adds a needed viewpoint to a group discussion. :;« SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You haVe'a knack for being in the right place at the right: time. Difficult actions made now mean more satisfaction later on. Your instinct for the opposite sex causes someone to fall in love with you. ' . '•CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Friendly forces compel you to see the enemy with compassion and understanding. Stand firm on issues of finance. Your honey answers an important question tonight. Children try hard to Impress you. > AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Hold on to your optimistic attitude. A light conscience helps love: thrive. Get rid of emotional baggage, and "your love life in limbo will progress. Afternoon meetings get aggressive fast - flow with it. ';i,PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Make sure boundaries are well-defined. Your natural instincts for sales and negotiations are much keener than before. You're encouraged by the success of others and inspired by their speeches. •*Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent -i ' '. DicUmonltxatm Children IStnlon (3.M 'PrlnwtlnM Adulti 13.75 OttMrTImM 15.50 , . - •• SunMt 2, SunMt Pl«a - All SMti (1.60 SallniArtCwitor Riguter Admlufen SMfttMJO SAC Mwnbm) 'PrlnwtliiM $4.00, L:A. Confidential In and Out • R« rating**** PG1 3 • rating*** Vri (*5:00)-8:00 C5:30)-7:30 JJSjjJitral • 2 hours 1 6 mln. £glss the Girls ••^R- rating ***'/* ('5:10)-7:50 :',i.Central«1 hour 57 mln. The Game v-B* rating ***'/a XS 1 C5;00)-8:00 ;-'"Cehtral • 2 hours 5 mln. - G.I. Jane $• rating ***'/4 (•5:20)-7:40 Central • 2 hours The Edge -.>H» rating*** (•5:10)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 1 mln. The Peacemaker - JJ» rating **'/* . C5:20)-7:40 Central • 1 hour 68 mln. Central • 1 hour 30 mln. Men In Black PG13 • rating *** ('5:30)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 38 mln. Wishmaster R> rating** (•5:15)-7:25 Mid-State «1 hour 30 mln. Soul Food R« rating ***'/2 (•5:10)-7:30 Mid-State -1 hour 55 mln. Face Off R • rating *** (•5:10)-7:50 Sunset* 2 hours 15 mln. Father's Day PG13 • rating* ('5:15)-7:45 Sunset • 1 hour 50 mln. Satina today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 79 67 LOW Today, mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. High ?9, South wind 20 to 30 mph< Tonight, mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. Breezy. Low 67. 7:04 p.m. • Today's Sunset 7:32 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny PI. Cloudy Cloudy •WEDNESDAY: Showers arid . thunderstorms likely much of the central'. and west. A chance for showers and , .thunderstorms east. Highs 65 to 70 northwest to mid-, to upper 70s far east. • THURSDAY: A chance for showers and thunderstorms, Especially east. Lows .mostly in 80s except in 40s far west. , * FRIDAY: Dry west. Little or no precipitation east. Lows in 50s except mostly in 40s northwest. Highs mainly in 70s. • SATURDAY: Dry west. Little or no precipitation east. Lows in 50s except mostly in 40s northwest. Highs , mainly in 70s. U.S. today SaHna yesterday . * Source: Salin'a Journal -Weather Station ;< TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year High 86 '75 94/1918,39,63 Low ,70 '49 , 26/1952 • High and low to 9 p,m, 40s 50s 80s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today '• PRECIPITATION Monday (to 9 p.m.) Sunday (24 hours) ..-' October to date .Average October , Year to date . Average year through October Average year 0.00 0.00 0.00 2.41 24.60 26.94 28.95 'KANSAS'ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OQ-585-7623 • Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Belleville ' Belott Chanute • Concordla ; Dodge City Emporia • • Garden City Goodland ' Hutchlnson Lawrence • Manhattan; Pittsburg •* •>' •• Russell Topeka Wichita HI 89 80 85 90 • 86 89 86 81 87 86 89 * 86 89 88 87 - LO PREC 65 '< 68 ' 65 1 1 68 ' •-:.' •• ' • i 62 .( - 64 - f 64 .'' 51 ' . 66 •' i 65"' t 70 •-,•')• , 65"TT""~ t '66. !,••') >67 /..'.;.. - ' ' 68 * f " Anchorage Atlanta: Boston . Chicago Dallas-Fl Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas • : Los Angeles New YorK City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando . : Phoenix ' • < • San Francisco .HI ", 40 , 66' ' 70-' 84 81 80 84 • 79 •72 78 79 . 77 86 . ,87 • 87 . LO 28 63 . 55 •6270 48 66 66 61 64 67 64 69 73 55 . OTLK Clr' Cldy - Clr Clr Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy ' - Cldy . Clr Cldy . Cldy Cfr: Fergie to 'live every moment' NEW YORK — The death of Princess Diana has taught her friend, Sarah Ferguson, a thing or two about life. Fergie, in town Monday for a Weight Watchers' promotional appearance, said she wants to "really live every moment. And do my best to help others." The former wife of Prince Andrew said she expected to be asked to continue Diana's charity FERGUSON w ° rBkut never in a mi , lion years would I ever dream that I could follow her in any way, shape or form," said Fergie, who turned 38 Sunday. She said she was "really terrified to reemerge" as the Weight Watchers' spokeswoman. After Diana was killed in a car accident, Weight Watchers canceled its* advertising campaign in which Ferguson! said losing weight is harder than "outrunning the paparazzi." Allyson has another birthday: OJAI, Calif. — June Allyson celebrates", her birthday today, but exactly which one, is up in the air. She'll be 80, according to reference books. Not true, the former MGM star, said Monday in a telephone interview. * Allyson said she's in her early 70s and^ the discrepancy results from when she; lied to get her driver's license early. * Besides, she said, "I never discuss my, age." ;; The sunny, throaty-voiced actress was t known for her girl-next-door and "perfect-; wife" roles. She starred with the late Jim^ my Stewart in "The Stratton Story" and' "The Glenn Miller Story." ^ •* Phillips has a new baby *: LONDON — Mark Phillips, the former? husband of Princess Anne, has had a;: child with his second wife, nine month? after they married. Olympic equestrian Sandy Pflueger gave birth Thursday to a girl, Stephanie, in London, said a spokeswoman. The baby is the half-sister of 19-year-old Peter and 16-year-old Zara Phillips, both from Phillips' marriage to the PHILLIPS princess. The former British Army officer and Anne, the daughter of Queen Elizabeth; n, were divorced in 1992 after 18 years. 'Phillips, the manager of the U.S. eques~ trian team, has another daughter, born int 1984 in New Zealand. The mother, Heather; Tonkin, received a settlement of $12,000 a year after suing him for paternity. From Wire Service Reports V ADVICE K.C. hotline provides early help for cancer patients Dear Ann Landers: The trauma of being diagnosed with cancer is enormous, especially for someone with no knowledge of e) where to turn for help. Realizing the good you have done for cancer patients over the years, I think you will like my idea. My wife, Annette, and I started a cancer hot line in Kansas City 17 years ago that gives newly diagnosed cancer patients the chance to talk to other individuals who have been successfully treated for the same type of cancer. This accomplishes two major goals. First, by talking with someone who was diagnosed with the same type of cancer, the patient realizes there is hope. Second, the volunteers can get the patients over the initial fear and work ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. * with them to discover their best options. We do no fund-raising, and everything we do is free. This 'service is totally funded by our foundation. Further, we are not affiliated with any hospital or pharmaceutical company, so the caller knows there is no hidden agenda. We have received calls from over 50,000 newly diagnosed cancer patients in the last 17 years and have hundreds of letters from people who have expressed appreciation for what we have done for them. Sprint heard about what we are doing and provided us with an 800 number (1800-433-0464) and Watts lines for our volunteers to return the calls. We had one bit of publicity in June, from which we received 836 calls from all over the country. It is a desperately needed service, but we can't help people unless they know we exist. Any publicity you can give the Bloch National Cancer Hot Line will be greatly appreciated. — Richard A. Bloch, R.A. Bloch Cancer Foundation, Kansas City, Mo. TV TONIGHT Dear Dick: In the interest of full disclosure, I want my readers to know you and I are friends from way back, having served on several health-related boards together. I admire so much what you and Annette have accomplished. Dear Ann Landers: This is for "At the Crossroads in Des Moines," whose boyfriend was dating another woman. When she caught him, he begged for forgiveness and promised to be faithful. They are now engaged. I married a man who broke his engagement with another woman for me and roomed with yet another female during our engagement. I suspected more than a Platonic relationship, but I was young and dumb and took him at his word. Fifteen years and six affairs later, I decided that enough was enough and dumped him. I finally realized that the problem was him, not me. My ex-husband simply was not capable of loyalty or com- mitment. Soon after, I met a wonderful man, and we dated for 11 months. Then, I discovered that he had gotten married five months earlier and had neglected to tell me. He begged me to continue our relationship because he "really loved" me. I refused. I have never met his wife, but t still pray for her after six years. I suggest "Des Moines" check out her boyfriend's previous history. Players- keep playing. Don't count on him to change. Cheating is a way of life for cheaters. — Happy at Last, Mohave, Calif. Dear Mojave: No voice speaks mor£ convincingly than the Voice of Experience. Thanks for the wake-up call. I hope: Des Moines hears it. ;' Dear Readers: Thursday is National- Depression Screening Day. Once again, the number is 1-800-242-2211 (TTY for the', hearing impaired: 1-800-855-2880). If you; are depressed, or know someone who is,make that call now. 10A7/97 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 I PBS, Bunker Hill-Hay* Nova 13281 Frontline 56259 Truth Business 19465 Charlie Rose 12552 I MTV Beavls 849804 Beavls 677129 Countdown 676787 Jenny M. Apt2F 478465 Oddville,MTV Lovellne | NBC, Wichita Major League Baseball Playoffs: NLCS Game 1 •• Teams TBA 775129 News 3604026 Tonight Show J The Nashville Network Yesterday (Today 116295 Prime Time Country 979465 Convers-Burt 716259 Dallas 566736 | FOX, Wlchlta-Sallna Movie *** "Bye Bye, Love" (1995), RandyQuald 10303 News 29197 Real TV 58533 Roseanne Cheers J Comedy Central Paula Poundstone 1166378 Aspen Comedy 1175026 Viva 5302303 Make-Laugh Dally Show Stein's Money |CB8, Topeka JAG 68755 Michael Hayes 40303 Dellaventuro 64939 News 4792587 Ute 83291200 IB Odyssey Our House 8007007 CeCe's Place 8016755 Bobby Jones Gospel 8096991 Our House 8006378 (Access 6, Sallna Tenant Issues RSVP-Annlv. Community Call-In 62587 Vltalclse 35991 Sallna 42755 Goll: Pro-Am 72910 IB) ESPN Auto Racing: NASCAR Truck Series 126026 Timber 969007 NFL's Greatest 137571 Sportscenter(CC) 210858 | FOX, Kansas City Movie * * * "Bye Bye, Love" (1995), Randy Quald 48755 News 75649 News 84484 Real TV 60804 B3ESPN2 Auto Racing Bloopers NHL Hockey Boston Bruins at Colorado Avalanche. From McNichols Sports Arena. 6651026 S, Wlchlta-Hutchlneon Nova 75007 Frontline 84755 Mr. Justice Brennan 64991 Walt for God Business Rpt. Q3 The Family Channel Rescue 911171197 Diagnosis Murder 876705 Hawaii Flve-0 276561 700 Club 521638 ;, Kanaat City Home Imp. Soul Man Home Imp. Killer 67571 NYPD Blue 26397 News 9727200 Roseanne I TNT Movie * * » "Corrlna, Corrina" (1994) Whoopi Goldberg. 836303 Movie "Corrina, Corrlna" (1994) 478823 JC. Wichita Home Imp. SoulMan2858 Home Imp. 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Truk Lagoon 40945 Animal Doctor Animal Doctor I Encore Movie *** "The Big Red One" (1980) 5090552 MOVle "The Big Bus" (1976) (CC) 7685674 85896533 I Lifetime Unsolved Mysteries 771151 Movie * * "Once In a Lifetime" (1994), Rex Smith 107945 Homicide: Life 121692 IWTBS Movie ***» "CoilMiner 1 !Daughter"(1980)SissySpacek.6551026 Movie "Terms of Endearment" 88953216 QDCNBC Equal Time Hardball Rivera Live 3761262 Brian Williams 3781026 Charles Grodln 3784113 Jjdnemax Movie *** "Family Business" (1989) (CC) 900649 Movie * "Little Witches" (1996) 386910 294026 Encore Plus Movie "Plan Suite" Cont'd Movie *** "The Big Red One" (1980) 113991 "The Big Bus" (1976) 2274945 IStarzl Movie **** "Babe" (1995) James Cromwell. 6318007 Movie * * * "Emma" (1996) Gwyneth Paltrow. 3664303 JThe Learning Channel Trauma II-ER 988113 Ghost Galleon 964533 U.F.O.(R) 984397 Trauma: Life 987484 MHBO" Movie *** "The First Wives Club" (1996) (CC) 275945 Comedy Hour 219129 Oz 212216 J Fox Sporte Network NHL 432484 Sports 157281 NHL Hockey Boston Bruins at Colorado Avalanche. 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