The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 9, 1997 · Page 9
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL Almanac THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1997 B3 0OYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate >••• Inc. HOROSCOPES •: ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Discuss business and emotional matters openly with farfjHy -- misunderstandings can be prevented. Re$&est profits from sold goods Into your business. Time alone Is golden. Platonic feelings turfi romantic. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Take a break from negative thoughts. Work-related frustrations ca6 be completely overcome. A valuable connection Is made over lunch. A tight-lipped approach to hearsay saves a friendship. •GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A teacher from the past could offer you work with excellent benefits and a bigger salary. Financial plans can be put to work. An extra-curricular activity Is the meeting place for twin souls. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Though someone you are Interested In might be committed, stay friends -situations change. Investments are touched by luck. Settling on the job could result in trouble. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You deserve quality, so stop settling for less! Your knowledge base expands by spending more time with a new friend. Carjer possibilities open for you. Friends help turrfa situation around - now, you call the shots in live. *• TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 9). You influence others with your winning style, attitude and personality. Romantic prizes are claimed before December ends. You may wait for months, but in January, the go-ahead is given for business ventures. February travel includes a new partner - love blossoms out of a shared experience. March brings marriage proposals. Cancer and Aquarius are strong contenders for life-long love. ,• -VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your personal rhythm is sped up, allowing you to reach more important personal goals in a shorter period of time.. Someone who acts unapproachable is merely shy. Couples find more time to spend together. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Bright ideas and excellent leadership skills make you the perfect candidate for a promotion. Refrain from gossiping Your love enables you to tackle a difficult challenge. A voice from the past makes an offer. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your career goals, need to be redefined in the next few weeks as you have accomplished what you set out to do. Streamline your life. At work, it's clear that you arSa'force to be reckoned with. • 'SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Take a break from the worries of work, and enjoy a day of fun and relaxation. Good tidings arrive through friends -- pursue these potential allies. You find the leeway in a cut-and-dried situation. .•CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). The social scene has a natural flow, so don't force issues. Allow yourself to get excited about a new project, even if you have doubts. A complete change of heart also changes your romantic plans. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Spend time with family members. Take time to remember those • who have helped you along the way. Emotional hurdles are easily overcome. Contrasting views help your understand your friends better. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Look for a new project that you can call your own -- it's time to go forjti Plan romantic trips now -- your honey is mo§t, -likely to agree with your choices. Answers are found in history. *Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent ' IxcUMonThMten ..CNIdrMltSwiloraHJO . . — . ot^rur^wJo' 75 ' n 8riC ' Of* ^8iinMi2,8iinMtpi«i«- PG13 Crating*** . -I < All &MU S1.50 /*5.'VN.7'4n ''-'S«lln« Art Center (, 0.«JJ-».«J R«gi«i'A<imiMion$M<u$ Central • 1 hour 30 mln. ."ts^AcitoSblr!) ' Men In Black LA. Confidential PG" • rating *** ..^•rating**** „ <; 5 f>- 7:3 ° , ' ('SiOOHfcOO Central • 1 hour 38 min. Central- 2 hours 16 mln. Wishmaster 'Kiss the Girls R>rating** : R-rating ***'/2 ('5:05)-7:15 ':>•' ('5:10)-7:50 Mid-State«1 hour30mln. .Central • 1 hour 57 mln. g ou | Food ~ The Game R . ra ting ***y 2 R« rating ***'/! ('5:00)-7:20 ('5:00)-8:00 Mid-State • 1 hour 55 mln. ... ' |f , zh Z« m ' n ' Face Off ^Pig a ***y 2 "VSSSS* . ( ' 5: ^l 7 i 40 Sunset • 2 hours 15 min. TheEdge Father's Day -•^'.rSlng* 9 ** PG SS 59 * •'• C5-10)-7'50 (5.00)-7.35 •Central -2 hours 1 mln. Sunset * 1 nour 50 min ' The Peacemaker Pillow Book .•Rt rating **V4 NR • rating ***'/! ' ." C5:20)-7:40 ('4:30)-7:00 Central • 1 hour 53 mln. Art Center Cinema • 2 hours 6 mln. WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE unlit •t ' Today.,.Sunny, High 78. West wind 5 to 10 mph shifting to the south in the afternoon. 7:01 p.m. 'lv Toda^fi f Suns§t 7:34 a.m. ToiHOirOw'S.'SunriSe Extended forecast • FRIDAY: Partly ' » tHunderstorms , cloudy. Highs in the ;, statewide. Lows in upper 70s to lower the 40s and 50s. i ' 80s. ' Highs In the 60s to •SATURDAY: A mid-70s. phance for . •MONDAY: Cool ;s jhuhdeiitpttas, ' • ' • with a'chance for * rrtainiysoiitfi^ntrar,, \ showers aridVfew, and southeast. Lows thunderstorms south from around SO. ' , and east! Lows from northwest to 55 to 60 the 30s northwest to east. Highs 75 to 85. around 50 southeast. • SUNDAY: Cooler Highs in the mid-SOS .with a chance for ' • to mid-BOs.^ "" * * shwersand ~ ' V" ' " *• ' • • ' Salina 78° Topeka 77 Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice COSBY 80s C 1997 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L E13 ESI LH3 HIOH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY d^L Kansas yesterday U.S. today Tueaday (24 hours) October to date ECIPITATION ' '"'^r'o.11 - " .0.00 0.11 Average October 2.41 » Yearto'ctotr; / ".- ,\, , 24.71" - Average year jthrough October _» 26.94 -Averageyear? - -; - '-_ > - - v'/K -28:'95 OX. - KANSAS ROAD.CONDJTIONSHOTLINE "'*. 1-800-585-7623 , : , ?'.Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol "" < v " Belleville '• Betolt • . Corfeyville Concordia' 'Dodge City Emporia Garden City •Qoodland Hutchinson • Lawrence '. "Manhattan ' , Pittsburg - , Russell , Topeka Wichita i V HI 72 76, • 73 .-"-74 B2 74 77 71 78 73* .- ->7S .V72 1 -; " 82 ' 75 78 • ;;LO '65:66 ' •70 65 61 65 59 55 63. 68 , 66 i 68 64 65 64 PREC .02 .26 .08 .14 .37 .01 .10 • .23 ' "20" 1 ,.42 .16 .66 .64 Anchorage' Atlanta. > Boston ' Chicago Dallas-FI Worth Denver: Kansas City Las Vegas LosAnoeles New York City > Oklahoma City Omaha*. •' Orlando Pittsburgh ' San. Francisco' HI 42 84 67 75 84 70 75 79 78 78 80 70 88 79 64 LO 28 63. 51 *66 70 36 54 tS2 62 60 58 • 50 71 58 58 OTLK Clr / Cldy • Cldy xCldy Cldy Clr ' Clr Clr Clr Cldy i '- cfr Clr Cldy .Cldy Rain Cosby backs self-censorship MINNEAPOLIS — Bill Cosby is challenging TV viewers to think before they let their children watch — even his own commercials. "The networks say they don't influence anybody," he said. "If that's true, why do they have commercials? Why am I sitting there with Jell-O pudding?" Cosby spoke Tuesday to about 1,500 people who gathered to hear about a new ratings system, "KidScore." It was developed by psychologist David*. Walsh, who founded the Twin Cities-!'based National Institute for Media an<K the Family last year to monitor the media's effect on children. *£ The system rates film, video games, CD-"* 1 ROMs, CDs, Internet sites and television and will be published monthly in Cornerstone, the magazine of the Aid Association for Lutherans. Cosby said viewers bear responsibility for the content of the shows they watch. "If there's violence and sex, it's because you turn it on," Cosby said. Heston pens pro-gun prose LOS ANGELES — From his new perch as first vice president of the National Rifle Association, Charlton Heston wrote a passionate "From the Capitol" column for the latest issue of Guns & Ammo maga : zine. "Since I marched with Dr. Martin Luther King in 1963, I have been a willing activist for many causes close to my heart," Heston wrote. He urged readers to fight individual gun-control proposals but also "to stay focused on the more insidious and sinister enemy we all face; the forces at work to dilute, disgrace and discard the Second Amendment" — the right to keep and bear arms. "I believe it is essential that gun owners unite in an active, growing force capable of flexing great muscle as the next millennium commences," Heston wrote. Economist's palms pilfered RANCHO SANTA FE, Calif. — Best- known as the economist who inspired- Reagan-era tax cuts, Arthur Laffer is also an accomplished gardener. But somehow,,, his garden kept running a deficit. Palm trees that he lovingly raised from seedlings kept disappearing. On Tuesday, detectives found 33 palm trees that they suspect were stolen from Laffer and arrested Larry Robertson, 40,« Bonsall. From Wire Service Reports; T ADVICE 3-year-old is proof vasectomies don't always take Dear Ann Landers: When 'I read the letter from "Heartbroken in Shreveport, La.," I knew I had to write because I'm an authority on this subject. "Heartbroken" said her pregnancy test was positive, but her husband insisted the child was not his because he'd had a vasectomy. He then had his sperm count tested, and the lab insisted he was sterile. I can vouch for the fact that tests are not always 100 percent conclusive. Here's my story: Nearly three years ago, I was late with my period and scared to death that I had a tumor or, worse yet, cancer. My mother said, "Nonsense. You're pregnant." I told her it was impossible because my husband had had a vasectomy II years ago. She went out and bought me ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. a home pregnancy test. I was stunned when the test results said I was indeed pregnant. I refused to believe it and made an appointment at once for an ultrasound. I was shocked when I saw the evidence on the screen. My husband made arrangements for a second vasectomy, but the physician needed a sperm sample (to satisfy the insurance company) before he could perform the operation. Soon after, the physician phoned to say there was no need to do a vasectomy because according to the lab test my husband's sperm count was zero. We were both stunned — more evidence that test results can be flawed. I never had sex with any man except my husband — however, not once did he question me because he knew that I was totally faithful. We now have a beautiful 3-year-old daughter who looks just like my husband, which proves that test results are not always 100 percent accurate. We hope you TV TONIGHT will pass the word. — Late-in-Life Mother in Indiana Dear Mother: What a story! You've performed a tremendously valuable service by writing to me. The public needs to know that lab tests can be flawed and vasectomies don't always work. More on this subject soon: It's a hot topic. Dear Ann Landers: After reading •your column today with a pregnant woman's list of Do's and Don'ts on the proper things to say —. I just had to write. Why do so many pregnant women think they must instruct the general public on what is or is not acceptable in the way of comments? Who gave badges to those "thought police"? I had two pregnancies, and both times, I got a big kick out of the comments people made. Yes, I gained more than 80 pounds with each pregnancy and looked like a beached whale. And yes, people asked if I was having sextuplets, but I made an ef- fort to see the humor in it. Each person ' who took the time to notice and comment- gave me the opportunity to share a laugh, ^ which helped me to stop worrying for a" 3 * few moments that my daughter had not kicked in a long time or that my son was trying to dislocate my hip. Ann, please tell the expectant mothers out there to lighten up and make an effort" ' to enjoy their pregnancies. It's never a"~picnic, but it doesn't have to be a night-" I mare, either. — D.T., Shreveport, La. Dear Shreveport: Thank you on be-half of the women in my reading audi-' ! ence. I'll bet not one male reader in 50 got' this far. Most of them quit reading after 1 the first line of your letter and went'' straight to the Gem of the Day. Gem of the Day (Credit The Prairie j Rambler): What do you get when you play '' country music backward? First, you get^: your girl back, then your pickup truck,-' and finally, you stop drinking. 10/9/97 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 | PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays House 1628 House 6625 Mystwyl 40625 Lawrence Welk Show 877034 MotorWeek IB MTV Beavls 810538 Beavis 535335 Countdown 496903 Yol 430227 PNBC, Wichita Friends 3248 Union 286 Seinfeld 2996 Veronica 4731 ER2002 tows 3631170 Tonight Show Elhe Nashville Network Champ. Bull Riding 931441 Prime Time Country 957489 Today's Country 937625 Dallas 930712 OFOX, Wlchlta-Sallna Major League Bweball Playoffs: ALCS Game 2 •• Teams TBA 413489 News 8116538 Reall Q3 Comedy Central Movie * *»"Vice Vena" (1988), Fred Savage' Happy-Can Be QCBS, Topeka Promised Land 11489 Diagnosis Murder 97809 48 Hours 29183 News 4656731 Late 83235644 SB Odyssey Our House 8034151 News 7434828 Bible 7413335 Restoring Justice 803033 QAccess 6, Salina Vltalclw4996 Salina 9793 Smoky Hill CutEdge2151 Salina Ana United .Way 39847 Class of Forty Five 15426 3D ESPN lollege Football Syracuse at Rutgers. (Live) (CC) 97: , Kansas City Major League Baseball Playoffs: ALCS Game 2 - Teams TBA 190151 News 70557 Real TV 56977 EJESPN2 ML Hockey Pittsburgh Penguins at Philadelphia Flyers. (Livi lycling El PBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson Sunflower Fat Man 4489 Mysteryl 95151 At Sundance KeepUp 41170 Business Rpl 3B)The Family Channel Rescue 911696101 Movie "Hawaii I (ABC, Kansas City Nothing Sacred 57809 Cracker 66557 20/2046793 ABC, Wichita Nothing Sacred 71847 Cracker 57267 20/2060731 News 9761644 Roseanne CfflTNT lovle "McQ" A cop finds corruption while probing a partner's death. 4221 News 8008335 Nightllne 1 Cartoon Network Pfish&Chtp Fllntstones Jetsons Bugs 2752828 Tom and Jerry ScoobyDoo Speed Racer Jonny Quest Wichita Promised Land 66915 Diagnosis Murder 42335 48 Hours 62199 News 8026731 Late 89788625 SB SCI Fl Seaquest 20321648460 Movie "House of Dracula" Masters Bfl NBC, Kansas city Friends Union 283335 Seinfeld VeronlwCloset 6R 731557 News 9079460 Tonight Show 39 Animal Planet Endangered Endangered Savannah Cats ( Big Ending* ngenK Movie "You're a Big Boy Now" 6198335 The Wortd'i Greatest Lover" 10701335 'Dwtor Detroit" 11729199 33 Lifetime Unsolved Myeteries 220257 Movie "Justice In a Small 1 Movie * * *s "The Road Warrior" (1981) 3599606 Movie ** "Conan the Destroyer" (1984) 35397373 CNBC iqual Time Hardball Rivera Live 3705606 Icinemax Movie **» "Mo 1 Honey" (1992) (CC) 971373 Movie *** "A Time to Kill" (1996) (CC) 183118 ED Encore Plus Movie "Night of Fox" Cont'd Movie "Night of the Fox" (1990 I Start Movie **"FiKhf«l" (1996) (CC) 4304967 I Mo vie ***"Re»tOfrt(Qn'' (1995), Sam Neill 67187712 73359064 IB The Learning Channel Medical Detect Without Warn. Quest tor the Ark (R) 942 ET Phone I HHBO Movie "Heat" (1995) A homicide detective matches wits with a cunning adversary. 585101 inside the NFL (CC) 17042 E Fox Sports Network JCAA Football Sports 102977 Ml Hockey San Jose Sharks at Colorado Avalanche. m Discovery Wild Discovery 719335 Into Unknown Movie 563083 Wings 748847 Justice File* 718606 |9 Arts ft Entertainment Biography 737731 Sea Tales 7 Unexplained 733915 Uw&( News 270996 Burden-Proof Larry King Uve 371199 Wo/Id Today 351335 Sports 160170 Moneyline 19 Black Entertainment TV Planet Groove 291460 Hit List 209489 Comlcvlew 289625 IVx X-Files 9279118 NYPO Blue 9255538 Color 4056248 Color 4017793 X-FUes 9278489 BDUnlvlslon El Alma No Ttene Color 88793 AlgunaVez 97441 Bienvenldo Amer. Movie Classics Movie "Babe Ruth" Cont'd Movie "The Pride of the Yankees" 0942) 3669712 'Babe Ruth Stry" 80746642 J Disney Movie Cont'd Frankenweenle Movie "Susie 0" (1996) (CC) 8003847 Walker, Texa» Ranger 380847 Movie * * * "Black Rain" (1989) Michael Douglas, Andy Garcia. 534828 SUk Stalking* Q9 El Entertainment Wortd'i Coolest Clubs 832731 News Dally 818151 Talk Soup Night Stand Stem i2 Stem 614422 Perfect" 2116129 | Nickelodeon Secret of Alex Happy Days Happy Days Bewitched Lucy 640737 Odd Couple Taxi 539266 Newnart gP Showtime Movie *** "AlrpJanel" (1980)415278 Movie *» "Jury Duty" (1995) 558712 Movie CHANNELS NOT LISTED: m'Courl TV, UDMSNBC, Prevue, OWeather Channel, HonMi &^OarSan, Education Access, BUGovernment AccessJDHeadline News, H8CSPAN, 831 Home Shopping Network, BBQVC.fflCountry Music Television, fBVH-1, , BPTCIFYI, BiFoxNews, QBNewsport, BPThe Food NetworkTBB America's Jewelry Store, B-BBRequest, jBPlayboy/Actlon FltTVI, QBCSPAN2,

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