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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1997 83 HOROSCOPES t » ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Much awareness and money can be garnered from technical talk on the job. Special addendums are mtftfe, bending relationship rules to the breaking point. Use a softer touch with family. I TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You can change someone's behavior with a short but firm recommendation. Strong Impressions are fight on the! 'money. Sophisticated prospects admire your appreciation of culture - be yourself. •GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Rave reviews come from peers - keep on being your regular, social self. Finalize plans to Invest and enroll In school. Parents play an unintentional part in a budding affair. Detailed tasks bring big money. * CANCER (June 22-July 22). No more hesitation •- go ahead and give it your best shot. The success of a loved one influences you, but curb any Jealous impulses. Self; employment and other solo effects have outstanding benefits now. {LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). In business, overlook a prospective client's or boss' shortcomings temporarily, and keep your sanity. People really can change -• be less skeptical. Carry yourself gracefully In a high-pressure situation. * TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 8). Remember, overnight sensations take years of hard work. This month and next, you are extremely popular in the social scene. November is perfect for launching into fitness goals. Your work contributes largely to the success of a company In January, In February, love rocks your wprl.d. Cancer and Aquarius are serious about a relationship with you and could propose by next JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate i Inc. ' VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You keep getting closer to the goal, so don't give up now. Riches come when you act on economic information before anyone else does. Your willpower is strong now; A secret Scorpio loves you. j* LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your intuition is high: Don't anticipate new adventures with fear, Life can be easy if you let it. Enterprising people inspire you. A Leo needs you to Interfere, though he-or she. will resist itl •'SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Spend time with people who value your humor and advice. If your sweetie hops on the fence, make the decision for both of you. Don't let others keep you in limbo. Finances improve with quick action. '••SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Look 10 years down the line. If you continue on this path, what is your likely outcome? Now Is the time to try something new and remedy what isn't working. Romance progresses with a Qemlni. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). It is safe to skjrt, highly emotional issues as tomorrow they wo'n'.'t seem too important to anyone! Take an institution to task - you deserve your money back. A phone call inspires unexpected Invitations. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Negotiations end in your favor. Ex-loves genuinely want to make amends. A more accurate perspective Is needed in romance. A back-burner idea could be youY next front-page glory. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Though it's easier to circulate among your core of friends, small fortune comes via outside opportunities. So, branch outl Justice is served, but be advised: Gloating could bring you back to square one. it Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent McUraonThMUn Chlldnn*S«ilon*UO 'PrlnwUm AduKi I3.7B .''"'.- 8unMt2,8unMtMlsu- AIISMUI1.60 , 84lluArtC«ltw RtguUr AdmlMkm UM, MM SAC MMibm) -PrimMim $4.00, (iiMSACMMIIxn) L.A. Confidential R« rating**** (*5:00)-8:00 Central'2 hours 16 mln. Kiss the Girls .,R-rating***'/ 2 " ; C5:10)-7:50. Central «1 hour 57 mln. ' The Game R« rating ***'/* ('5:00)-8:00 Central* 2 hours 5 mln. -Gang Related ' R*ratingn/a -.,.• (*5:20)-7:40 . Central-1 hour 51 mln. ° The Edge v.R* rating*** . ('5:10)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 1 mln. The Peacemaker R>rating**'/: , (•5;20)-7:40 - 'Central »1 hour 58 mln. In and Out PG13-rating*** ('5:30)-7:30 Central >1 hour 30 mln. Men In Black PG13 • rating*** (•5:30)-7:30 Central •! hour 38 mln. Wlshmaster R« rating** ('5:15)-7:25 Mid-Stale -1 hour 30 mln. Soul Food R« rating***'/* ('5:30)-7:30 Mid-State «1 hour 55 mln. FaceOff 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. WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 53 LOW . Today.,Showert.arid thunderstorms likely. Highs around 74. ; ContiniJed windy with south f - * "*Wftif fco Jo 85 rtiprVand gusty. Chance for • ' .. lUiL f JlA***.l.i1l i> T, * ' , I ^ijl^QriljjhimA^io wrcisnt, chance for r ov^"iuhdefst6iffts early Evening, then becoming ;^J|^Pteudy3aiI|LdvV'^ir5^ • 1 J . t , . '<?raSN^ w i*T'T ' "^V •' • ', $ ijK^ t^j^^fe**'*" c rl *i?-J*5 F ' fe* ' fi, 1 ** 1 ** ii* ~ t * * 4)5 ^Lp^u^}' H 7»08p.lftl4* ' <HV °; 7*33fl.nt.' "V'wV <- ^ rfc^l'Sulip, r i Tat^rOv/8*Sunrise| • > '^l^^j^l^lflaiill.k.l.JlA - 1 • ^EXInllllBO TOPfiCaSI' ' „ ,~fi elsHHHslvnBPMsW>e»^iFWe« "ilei^sWB ^sV^sW^MI^V/V , '' 5 ,'*tpl^^ v - ' H> for,shOwer8and , 4 s ^r Mostly sunny'north ' thunderstorms most '.--. iand.west. Partly / areas. Lows In the .i'^cloudy southeast. , '* 40s northwest except ' 'ittill^ frorWtho.mid-; ' some 30s Saturday . l|i||oWast.to around ' night.' Lows over the " , v 'rlnHprt-.''' rest ° f the state r"<V.'^^IDAY: Dry: > t i , mainly Ih the 50s. V, Lows In the 40s west Highs in the 70s t tn WS.tn RR aaot '.'• >-' > QatnrHnu Hinhc * < -i .*( rv,t,,( nonn ana west u .TURDAY AND to 75 southeast. »AY: S 'A'chance, •- ^^^s^CCs^^Xs •••.•/• •:••..;!•..;:•• --Showers T-stoims Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloud) John lashes back at Richards^ NEW YORK — Elton John has nothing against the Rolling Stones, except that the band hasn't jettisoned Keith Richards, a "monkey with arthritis." The Daily News reported Tuesday that John disparaged his fellow aging rocker in an interview with foreign journalists in Atlanta, captured on tape Sept. 30. John made clear that he was getting back at Richards for a crack about John's rewritten version of his hit, "Candle in the Wind," which he sang at Princess Diana's funeral last month. Richards said John's main claim to fame was "writing songs for dead blondes." RICHARDS U.S. today _, ysstapday " !' f ' /* Source; Salina Journal Weather Station ^ fi « » . i" r > |4| ^ \TURES J ,40s 40: FRONTS: COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L EE1 ESI E3 HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today , HI 76 LO '66 PREC 76 68 75 66' •78 6580 65 73 64 .03 80 64 81 ,60 '/attfc WwiT' "• * h ' •»' «. 1;>»?<', t '" • "' -i.<»- v ' ^ " >, €'' /K^SASROAPCONDITlqNS HOTLINE , „.',• '" XJ ' '" "" • Hutohlnson • Lawrence < Manhattan 74 60 78 4-.B6' '.'*,64 ,~66 '-, • .02 .01 79 ' T 65' 77 •01, Anchbrage Atlanta Boston Chicago • Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City •Las Vegas 'Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando : Phoenix San Francisco HI 41' ' 64 65 - 84 81 57 77 76 79 74 78 77 87 86 68 LO 22 " 64 50 63 71 46 67 52 60 56 68 . 68 69 63 • 54 OTLK Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy Rain Rain Rain Clr Clr Clr Rain Rain 'Cldy Clr „ Cldy The Daily News reported that John says' Richards has held back the Stones. "He's so pathetic, poor thing," John said. "It's like a monkey with arthritis, trying to go onstage and look young." The paper said Richards' people had no response. Mandela meets Jackson CAPE TOWN, South Africa — Getting tickets to a Michael Jackson concert at the last minute isn't easy, unless you're Nelson Mandela. Attie van Wyk, promoter of Jackson's current five-concert tour of South Africa, said the presidential secretary called at 5 p.m. Monday to say Mandela, his companion, Graca Machel, and her three childrep would like to attend that night's concert.'' "I arranged for him to meet Michael Jackson, and he had snacks with the star, and then we took him to his seat," Van Wyk said. "He sat through the entire show and loved it." More than 70,000 people attended two shows in Cape Town on Saturday and Monday. Halberstam gets award WATERVILLE, Maine — David Halberstam will receive the Elijah Parish Lovejoy award, which Colby College presents each year to an outstanding journalist. The author, who will accept the award at a ceremony Nov. 13, won the Pulitzer' Prize in 1964 for his reporting on the Vietnam War for The New York Times. His books include "The Powers That Be," a critical analysis of the American news media, and "The Making of A Quagmire," "Ho" and "The Best and the Brightest," which probe America's involvement in Vietnam. '*"'- From Wire Service Reports- T ADVICE World War II romance stands the test of time Dear Ann Landers: When you started to run those "how we met" letters' a few years ago, I kept thinking I should tell you our story, but I never got around to it. Well, today, I'm sending it, no matter what, and I'd be thrilled if you shared it with your readers. In September 1945, I went back to Tulsa after three years of defense- plant work during the war. I took a room in Mrs. Gaither's home. Her youngest son, Gene, was home from the war and decided I really should meet his brother, Pat, who would be coming home soon. We met the train three nights in a row, but no Pat. Then, finally, there he was, trim and handsome, hat at a cocky angle, in his Navy uniform. We had a wonderful time ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. together, arid when his leave was over, I was really sad. We agreed to stay in close touch and wrote to one another almost daily until April 1946. Pat intended to re-enlist, and then the war ended. We had so much fun celebrating the end of the war that we were totally slap-happy. It dawned on us that we were madly in love. On June 9, 1946, we were married. Fifty years later, June 1996, our three sons and our daughter, their spouses and our 12 grandchildren celebrated our golden anniversary. We are both healthy and happy and ever so thankful for our blessings. — Pat and Thelma Gaither Dear Pat and Thelma: What a beautiful love story. Those World War II romances had a marvelous combination of excitement and daring. Thanks for sharing yours. Dear Ann Landers: You recommended a career in the Armed Forces for a trouble teen-ager and took some heat TV TONIGHT from .your readers. I agree with your comments on the positive aspects of serving in the Armed Forces. The Armed Forces will not collapse because of some smart- aleck underachiever. That lad will have to clean up his act before he can enlist. No green hair. No earrings. The recruiting sergeants cannot be fooled. They know what they are looking at. Lackland Air Force Base in Texas is a training center, and the authorities there have thousands of letters from parents thanking them for what they have done for their sons. This is my favorite: "Our son gave us nothing but trouble starting at age 13. Weird clothes, crazy hair, failing in school, scruffy-looking, smelly, ill-mannered. We didn't think he would graduate from high school. When he announced that he was enlisting in the Air Force, I said to myself, 'If they take him, he'll be home within a month.' "They DID take him. But I shook every time the phone rang. I knew it would be him, down at the Greyhound station, kicked out of the Air Force and waiting for]j~ us to come and get him. Then, one day, wej did get a phone call from Lackland. He had graduated from boot camp, had a furlough,; and was coming home for a few days. "I was stunned when our handsome young>t airman got off the plane — neatly barbered^v perfectly groomed, grinning from ear to ear." We still can't get used to all the 'Yes, sirs>e and 'No, sirs' around the house. His tabl® manners are flawless. He even smells good. £ "His mother and I wanted to let youir. know that, if this is our son, thank you not-;, only for what you have done for him buti^ also for what you have done to him. Ific there has been a mistake, and this is not;' really our son, can we keep him, anyway?" Keep up the good work, Ann. —?;, Richard B. Noah, colonel, USAF (Ret.)/o Colorado Springs, Colo. ,/: Dear Colonel: Here's a 21-gun salute.,for Lackland Air Force Base. Thanks for a^.i splendid letter. 0* 10/8/97 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 IPBS,Bunk»rHIII-H»y§ Scl. 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