The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 27, 1996 · Page 17
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1996 B7 HOROSCOPES JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Polish silver, organize the tool chest, and let the kids help you fix dinner. It's a hands-on day. Tonight, haying dinner out is the most provocative romantic move and the best way to make your spouse feel appreciated. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Unscheduled visits are nevertheless a delight if an old friend's trip is delayed by car or airplane trouble. You come to the rescue. Have fun at parties or at any informal gathering tonight, • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Don't hold authority figures to their words - confusion strikes at the top. You underrate the benefits of solitude -- walks and rides in the country help you sort your priorities and get set for action. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Your optimism and energy impress your pals. Provide lots of support for others' efforts to extend education or expand job horizons. Don't ask a pal for a favor if either of you are f uncomfortable. Learn something new. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Be* the organizer of household projects. Lay down fair rules for kids then, insist on adherence. Tonight, entertaining at home is most fun - don't be rattled by last-minute changes. A good friend departs. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (January 27). Great creative power is available. Start babies, novels or sole proprietorships in April - if you are beginning a new Job, it takes you far from home and brings many new experiences. What you learn serves you far into the future. In May, a new social circle accepts you. June and July bring a remarkable career boost. Commit to love or a partnership in November. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Relax in the morning - the day gets better as it goes.on. Special fun with your love may be delayed, but practice patience because once you do get together, it's a grand evening. Let Taurus teach you something new. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Making a special effort to be discreet may be necessary with kids. Let your imagination fly -- your creative juices are flowing. Luck is strong all weekend - follow hunches. You may fall in love suddenly! • SCORPIO (OCT. 24-Nov. 21). Phone trouble or dialing an intercontinental wrong number .is likely. Buy nothing from door-to-door solicitors. The evening is a romantic delight, however - have someone special in to enjoy your hospitality. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Guests, relatives and siblings stop by without warning, changing your plans. Running errands is profitable you'll find unexpected bargains. Get ready for romance with a shy one whom you've overlooked. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Correct conditions at home that undermine your confidence in daily life and work..Diplomacy works with a rambunctious child -- don't squelch the spirit of enterprise. Electrical repairs may be in order. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Sleep in -- let early-morning confusion pass you by. Restlessness calls for an at-home activity - entertain some pals. Get your wardrobe ready for job hunts or meetings next week - big changes are on the horizon. •• PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Don't hurry in morning, and don't worry if plans go slightly awry. Get involved in worthwhile projects - your energy is high. The evening is delightful. Follow intuitive flashes that lead to knowledge -- you're magicl HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line •:H*!i!iM Category 7827 ttet^ikili^??"*" «*&? ''jjX'A ^.^•/v^ii y» _ f * '', • ?V"i\*' • ' WEATHER 23 LOW r *' : Jt<KJay, rtot'as'coid and sunny. HfgrV36/West .vyirid 5 to 15 rjnph early, becoming south at 10 . to 20 mph by. afternoorv • - > Tonight, becoming 'partly, cloudy. Low in the ,' • ' 5:46p.m. ", , Today's Sunset 7:40 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast '* ;,?? TODAY:'Warmer 4 » '.'and.suorfy Highs , V. 'from around 40 t , - hs'outhwest'to the'-" east. TONIGHT: SOs southwest. • MONDAY: Little or no precipitation. TUming colder. Lows in,the teens north to -20s south. Highs in Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow • Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloud\ >, . ^l ^tficorrting partly ,, ' ' the 30s 40s " ' south." , \ . ,, c pioufly. j-cw(S!in the c ^ ^upp^er ieejis to rnidt * TUESDAY: A 2ps?> *'•''!' t* '", chance for snow. ^-SUNDAY: Muph », ' , .^warrner, windy and , 1 Cold. Lows single digits northftQ 1 0 to . V fpaiijy cloydy 1 . Highs -,1S south'. Highs from ,i from the upf)eri40s , \ the teens north to -," porthiasito the mid-, ^around 30 south. J?}* 1 J fe" ' f f , . yesterday ,'7 TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year 18; *'$& ' • '-70/1951 7, J,'V'19 v" -13/1904 'High and toty,,ro $ p.m V l»RECII*ITAf!bN 24-Hour to 6 p.mi. January to date Average January Average year through January DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line R] Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONSHOTLINE 1-8OO-58S-7623 Provided by the Kartsas Highway Patrol" U.S. today 40s 80s' O 1996 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD WARM STATIONARY Prassurv ___ __ JiAj HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORUS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY 0,61 0.11 p:7f 0.11 0.71 28.95 Kansas yesterday U.S. today BellevTHe Chanute CoHeyville Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchinson Lawrence • .Manhattan Plttsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 13 29 30 15 • 24 19 25 24 19 17 17 50 18 18 21 LO 03 14 18 04 05 10 05 02 . 06 11 07 19 05 11 10 PREC ,, 't .10 t .06 t t .11 .02 .11 t Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Veaas Los Anneles New .York City^ • Oklahoma City Omaha ' Orlando ' Phoenix * , San Francisco HI 3 45 53 19 53 40 31 55 65 50 46 26 78 66 57 LO -8 42 33 12 23 3 • 4 30. 4837 10 -3 61 41 47 OTLK Clr Cldy Rain Clr Clr Cldy Clr ' Cldy Cldy Rain Clr Clr Cldy Cldy Rain PEOPLE Phil won't miss 'Donahue' . NEW YORK — Phil Donahue is quitting the kind of business that can give a guy gray hair. Last week, the originator of the audience-participation talk show announced that "Donahue" will go off the air this season. In an ABC "Nightline" interview Friday, he said he is proud of his work, but glad the pressure's gone. The silver-haired host said it will "be nice not to have to hit the mark every day after day, worry about an overnight rating, worry about' those other people competing with me who don't have as much gray hair." Donahue said his practice of letting the! audience quiz guests "was a revolutionary idea in 1967. It's called democracy. I'm, proud of the democracy of the show." But he doesn't like the sensational nature of the shows that followed his — and 1 stole its ratings. "I see all the guests on those stages with the baseball caps on backwards," Donahue said. "I don't want to bring a judgment against them, but it also has to be said that I don't have any particular interest in doing that kind of show, either." Youth grateful to Parks LOS ANGELES — Rosa Parks came to honor senior citizens, but it was the junior citizens who seemed most impressed. Parks, whose refusal to give up her seat on a segregated bus led to the Montgomery, Ala., bus boycott of 1955, shook hands-with children after dedicating a health screening van for the elderly. "She did a lot of things for African- Americans," said Monica Fleming, an! eighth-grader. "She started the bus boy-; cott. Now we can sit anywhere we want — anywhere. That feels good." Documentary puzzles Lang LOS ANGELES — k.d. lang says she's honored — if a little perplexed — to be the subject of a television documentary at the age of 34. "It makes me feel a bit sentimental because I feel too young for this," the country star said. "I don't think I've done enough to warrant a documentary." : The documentary was made for cable's award-winning "South Bank Show," pro-: duced by the Bravo network and London Weekly Television. It airs Monday on Bravo. "I'd seen the 'South Bank' shows on Ste- ^ vie Wonder and Marilyn Home," lang: said. "That's why I was so honored when; they approached me." ; From Wire Service Reports ADVICE *Bad **Fair ***Good **** Excellent ' Prlmetlme & Seniors $3.50 Other Times $5.50 From Dusk Till DawnR *** •1:45-'4:30,7:10,9:30 Mid-State «1 hour 49 mln. HeatR ***% *1:15-M:30,8:00 Central • 2 hours 52 mln. Grumpier Old Men PG-13 ** •1:35-'4:25,7:05,9:35 Central • 1 hour 35 min. Toy Story G Twelve Monkeys R *** •1:30-'4:15, 7:00, 9:35 Mid-State* 2 hours 10 min. Screamers R •1:45-*4:45,7:15 Central *1 hour 21 min. Mr. Holland's Opus PG ***'/! •1:30-'4:15,7:00, 9:45 Central • 2 hours 25 min. .•2:00-'4:30, 7:00, 9:30 Sunset • 1 hour 47 min. Eye For An Eye R * •2:15-*4:45, 7:10, 9:20 Sunset «1 hour 41 min. Humane societies can get relief for abused animals Dear Ann Landers: On my way to school, I passed a dog unable to sit down because his leash was attached too tightly to a tree. I worried about « this but figured the owner would realize the situation was unpleasant and remedy it. The next day, the same dog was at that same tree, forced to stand at attention all day and possibly all night. I went to the owners' house to ask why they were doing this and was told they were punishing the dog for digging holes. They intended to continue making his w leash shorter, little by little. I was disgusted and called the humane society. A few days after I reported this incident, I passed the dog again. This time, his leash was much longer, he had a dog ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. house, food and water. The humane society had sent someone to monitor the dog's condition and informed the owners of a gentler and more effective way to train animals. What I thought would be a hopeless situation was taken care of quickly and easily. Tell your readers that acts of cruelty to animals can be prevented with just an anonymous call to an animal shelter or police station. It does wonders for these abused animals and also for your conscience. — Sleeping Better in Ohio Dear Sleeping Better: Three cheers and two hurrahs for that humane society in Ohio. I hope your letter will encourage others to contact the humane societies in their area when their help is needed. It is obvious from your letter that the humane society in your town does an excellent job. Dear Ann Landers: Our son, "Andy," will be getting married soon, and no one TV TONIGHT can give me any straight answers. I am counting on you, Ann. My husband and I are on a fixed income. 'Andy has asked his sister and brother and two of our granddaughters to be in the wedding. We offered to rent the tux for his brother and buy the bridesmaids' dresses for our daughter and granddaughters. We also agreed to provide champagne for the wedding and pay for the rehearsal dinner, which now includes 25 and is growing. Now my question: Some people in the wedding party are not married. Should their dates be included in the rehearsal dinner? My second question: The bride's mother says we are obligated to put up all the out-of-towners in motel rooms at our expense. Is she right about this? We have attended several out-of-town weddings over the years, and we have always paid our own hotel expenses. I plan to insert in the invitations three toll-free numbers of some nice motels in; our area so people can start making their own arrangements. Would this be tacky? '' Please give me some guidance. I want to ; do everything right. — Mother of the' Groom in Wisconsin Dear Mother of the Groom: First, live-in companions or fiances should be • invited to the rehearsal dinner. It is not '.. necessary to invite the dates of wedding : party members. : Second, you are under no obligation to '••' provide sleeping accommodations for out-of-town guests. Should close friends or family members offer to invite guests to stay at their homes, that would be nice, but it is not your responsibility to..' arrange housing for out-of-town wedding guests. .;• Relax and enjoy the occasion. Don't let' concerns about "protocol" spoil your special day. A good motto to remember, dear: "Don't sweat the small stuff." Best bets • 7 p.m. — "World Professional Figure Skating Championships," NBC. Nancy Kerrigan is among the skaters competing at Landover, Md. • 8 p.m. — "World of Discovery," ABC. 'Tiger: Lord of the Wild": Animal behaviorist Charles McDqugal and others profile the tiger and the international efforts to save it from extinction. • 9 p.m. — 'The Canterville Ghost," ABC. Patrick Stewart, Neve Campbell. An ancient English spook is frustrated by his lack of success in scaring a modern-day American family from his castle in this new version of a classic film comedy. • 9 p.m. — "30 Years of Super Bowl Greatness," TNT. National Football League season awards will be announced from Phoenix, the site of Super Bowl XXX, including Man of the Year, Coach of the Year, Player of the Year, Quarterback of the Year, Rookie of the Year and Comeback Player of the Year. n n n n n n n IF) m m m IB fin ff\ ran ffl R5) ID 7:00 7:30 Plckln' for Merle 88832 8:00 $:30 Lawrence Welk Show 19640 Figure Stating World Championships. (CC) 90640 Cops 16534 Cops 32060 Medicine Woman 53008 Joseph Holmes Dance 44468 Cops 721 14 Cops 98640 Lawrence Welk Show 64176 World of Discovery 701 14 Road to the Super Bowl 88814 Medicine Woman 93602 America's Most Wanted 961 14 Touched by an Angel 62756 Lovewell 1995: 9:00 9:30 Austin City Limits 68896 Sisters 3602 Touch Down In Phoenix 76350 Walker, Texas Ranger 42992 Around the Bend 59244 America's Most Wanted 381 14 All Creatures 73824 News 18350 10:00 Cinema 63060 News 771 14 10:30 84485 Sat. Night Live Boxing From Phoenix. 30060 News 6793379 Salina 93176 News 61 282 Deep Space 9 Access to Art Boxing 31 9379 Movie ***» "The Women" (1939) 76911 Movie "The Cantervllle Ghost" (1996) Patrick Stewart. 50350 College Basketball Wichita Slate at Illinois State. (Live) 26398 Touched by an Angel 88850 Figure Skating World Championships. (CC) 153756 Movie "Educating Rita" Cont'd Movie Cont'd Pegasus (R) Movie ***» Walker, Texas Ranger 221 14 Sisters 53371 8 'Breaker Morant" (1979) 4793621 Movie * ** "Squanto: A Warrior's Tale" (1994) 979602 Movie "Red Sun Rising" (1994), Michael Ironside 319350 News 8465553 News 3641718 News 36691 14 News 690602 Golden Girls Baywatch Year In Sports Sal Night Live "Grass-Greener" 7126263 "Cowboys Don't Cry" 4146843 Movie ** "The Specialist" (1994), Sharon Stone 144973 Movie ** "Ready to Wear (Pret-a-Porter)" (1994) Sophia Loren. 2477534 Movie *** "Nell" (1994) Jodie Foster. (CC) 584602 Movie * * n "Sleepless In Seattle" (1993) (CC) 773534 News 447242 Lost & Found Sports Sat Hooperman Father Murphy 4752027 Larry King Weekend 164602 Fantasy Island 4706195 Palmerstown U.S.A. 4738447 North and South (R) (Part 4 of 6) 311716 Movie *** "In Harm's Way" (1965) John Wayne. Confd Movie "Naked In New York" (1993) 9625756 Movie ***» "Speed" (1994) Keanu Reeves. 994805 Movie *** "Men of Respect" (1990) 176447 World News 184466 Color 7-119973 Color 1586718 Family Showcase 4741911 Sports Tonight (CC) 187553 Vega$ 4796718 Highway | Stage 4869027 Movie it * "Desperado: The Outlaw Wars" (1989) 179669 Movie "The Naked Prey" (1966) 7092398 22201319 P3 §B 03 ea £3 ESI ED EB en EE) En CD R) &n GR 09 PR PB Eft m 7:00 Opry 810350 7:30 Opry 543176 MTV Jams Countdown 1581 76 Offsides Deer & Turkey Offsides Sportstalk 8:00 8:30 Statler Bros. 907350 My So-Called Life 167824 Jeff Foxworthyj Jeff Foxworthy 9:00 9:30 Ryman Gospel 9271 14 Singled Out Offsides Real World Offsides 10:00 Opry 361878 Road Rules Offsides NBA Basketball Toronto Raptors at Denver Nuggets. (Live) 918447 NFL Prime Monday 212534 Talk-Superstars 91 11824 Movie "Problem Chd 2" Cont'd Heat of Night 914640 Reporters Flag Football 91 97244 Weird Science Campus Cops 10:30 Opry 622806 Beavis 681992 Offsides Fame 615992 Tennis Australian Open -- Men's Final. (Live) 725379 NFL's All-Time Team 91 17008 Duckman (Weekly World 30 Years of Super Bowl Greatness From Phoenix. 901176 Movie **** "Jaws" (1975) Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw. 56316114 Wm. Basketball 4724244 Hoops USA Movie *** "Saraflnal" (1992) Leleti Khumalo. Ski 3398621 161756 Volleyball: Beach 9110195 Treacherous C," 465843 Super Bowl-30 91 3911 Movie "King Kong" (1976) 90542945 Press Box 4745737 News 980718 Motorsports Night Court Sports Edge 929027 Movie "Voices Within: The Lives of Truddi Chase" (1990) A woman's personality disorder threatens to ruin her life. 626843 Talks 6894447 Gossip TerraX 891814 Paleoworld Secret of Alex OlckCavett Coming Attr. Treasure Hunt Wondr-Weathr AllThat 725602 Biography This Week 539992 Paid 923572 Talk Live 9102176 Features Charles Grodin 91 15640 News Week Review 7862398 Wings 520244 Mlracles-Wond Ren&Stimpy 909718 Afraid 146701 Investigative Reports 548640 Teen Summit 240398 Top 10 PPV Justice Files 540008 Human Beings 912282 Lucy 810379 Lucy 345640 Pride and Prejudice (R) (Parti •Video Soul by Request 788973 Sabado Glgante Intemaclonal 842843 Movie "Midnight Child" Cont'd Moxy 5017621 |Capitol Critters Models Inc. 175824 Flintstones Jetsons Howard Stern Howard Stem Bugs & Daffy 3829398 Straight Forward 9125027 Gossip 1949911 Rivals! 543195 Paleoworld Wondr-Weathr Lucy and Desi 541737 0(3)558027 Paid 681060 Paid 607008 "La Mafia Tlembla II" 54602 Talk Soup 165447 2 Stupid Dogs |2 Stupid Dogs • PBS, Bunker Hill D NBC, Wichita O Fox, WIchita-Sallna B CBS, Topeka B Access 6, Salina B Fox, Kansas City B PBS, Wichita B ABC, Kansas City ffl ABC, Wichita B Prevue B CBS, Wichita B NBC, Kansas City B Encore B Disney B Weather Channel B Clnemax B Stare B Education Access B Government Access ffl HBO B Showtime ffl CNN B) Headline News B C-Span B Nashville Network B Home Shopping Network B Country Music TV B QVC Ol MTV HD f/X EB VH1 S3 Faith & Values ED Comedy Central Family Channel IB Prime Sports Network CD WGN, Chicago American Movie Classics BD ESPN C0 Cable Health Club ID ESPN2 EQ Lifetime 09 USA Network EQ C-Span 2 Q| TNT E@ CNBC £B WTBS, Atlanta ED Court TV SB Prime Sports Showcase Q9 America's Talking ED TV! 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