The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 10, 1997 · Page 15
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 15

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, October 10, 1997
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SALINA JOURNAL Almanac ># JOYCE "JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES £« • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Recreation brings ^Sjpney, even if it is only temporary. Use a neutral >*party as a sounding board for relationship Issues. * Re-establish contact with a valued teacher. A well- 4 known flirt Is actually serious about you. • •• TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Relax with a ;" special person, and savor your time together. Look -'. to an experienced relative for advice with a work > problem. Plan your schedule tightly for a busy week •- cancellations show a lack of preparation. •GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Focus on what you want rather than what you don't want -watch as self-imposed constraints disappear. A friend's sentiments bring luck. Your foreign-language and business-communication skills Improve, • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Others use you as a role model. What you desire is more attainable than you had thought. This afternoon, you may find It •f 9 difficult to resist negative "' thoughts, but you must try. •I • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You have the ',• Influence to create a fabulous arrangement for •• yourself. Affection displayed among friends could ^ be more than friendship. Take everything your '• mate says today llghtheartedly and with a sense of ', 'humor. '•», '>..• TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 10). Enter the "y'ear refreshed and ready to start a new chapter of life. Be open, especially at work, where a fresh attitude wins higher positions and more money. Small blessings come frequently in November and December. Travel overseas in January or February. Love is intensely passionate. In March, love blossoms -- a Taurus or Aries could propose marriage. Artists get big breaks before this time next year. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Passions are aroused. The adjustment period is made easier by a sensitive loved one. A silly caper bonds friends '••"'together. Your family Is Impressed by diligence ./--instead of intellect. •i. -':>• LIBRAJSept. 23-Oct. 23). Be wary of giving •,,-others answers - instead, show them how to help ./-,, themselves. Listen closely to the news as you may /,,; ( share in someone's dilemma. Exercise renews ""your vigor. A Taurus connects you to money. , • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You get a ' Second chance to prove your point. Entertainment •sheds light on real life. Promote yourself '•'shamelessly. Love provides an adventure If you ' ' approach a relationship in a new way. •1 :..-• • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). The .<•-.morning brings divine inspiration. It's your job to •; listen. Your sweetheart needs you more than he or she lets on. Compulsive behavior Is curbed more •. .easily now because of new Information. ':..' • .;• CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your brand of l ," f ; emotional support Is missed by an ex who has "Changed. Relinquish a responsibility to an eager "''newcomer. Forget financial worries just for now -•"take time to brainstorm on new goals. .;.",. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Commit to accomplishing one goal •- you will achieve It. Be -r-.-'wary of anyone who tries to impose his or her ^personal constraints. An outing with a romantic ...potential is nearly perfect. : ; s " . PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your have luck in ,'T .expressing yourself artistically. Career freedom is ' allotted now that you've proven yourself to higher- ups. Show honesty in a difficult situation rather r '- than trying to avoid it. Discard an oppressive •'"'influence tonight. ' LA. Confidential R« rating**** .,),. (*4:1B)-7:00-10:00 ' 'Central* 2 hours I6min. Kiss the Girls • R • rating ***'/! ('4:25)-7:10-9:50 i .. Central «1 hour57min. ., Rocket Man ' PQi rating*** (•4:45)-7:30-9:30 '> ;r ' Central -1 hour 34 min. Gang Related R • rating *** '•;-• ('4:35)-720-9:40 Central • 1 hour 51 mln. .,. The Edge '.' •' R« rating*** ""'• ('4:25)-7:1 0-9:60 • • i Central • 2 hours 1 min. The Peacemaker R« rating **V4 {'4:35)-7:20-9:40 Central • 1 hour 58 mln. **** Excellent In and Out PG13 natlng*** (*4:45)-7:30-9:30 Central »1 hour 30 mln. Seven Years In Tibet PG13-rating **'/ 2 (•4:15)-7:00-10:00 Central* 2 hours 11 mln. Most Wanted R • rating ** (•4:35)-7:05-9:15 Mid-State -1 hour 39 min. Soul Food R« rating ***'/2 (•4:30)-7:00-9:20 Mid-State-1 hour 55 mln. Hercules G« rating*** 1 /! (•4:30)-7;05-10:00 Sunset-1 hour 32 min. Speed 2 PG13-rating*** Sunset'2 hours 8 mln. Pillow Book NR« rating ***'/* (•4:30)-7:QO-9:15 Art Center Cinema • 2 hours 6 mln. WEATHER Kama* today 83 63 LOW Today, becoming mostly cloudy by mid ' 'titomiftfr High around 63. South wind 1d to ; 20 mph, tonight, cloudy with a 40 percent ' ) ( chahcfbf showers and, thunderstorms, Low • i '• 63. ' ",'v V', Wtfpiifc 7{34a,m. , , _, » ,ftiTddavfs Sunset - Tomorrow's Sunrise t.V»^V^/ L \V-* ' v% • ."•'•' .V* '• % .'* • • • SATURDAY:. of showers or • '., llrlflay With a chance thunderstorms. Lows : "< Morshowers'and In.upper 40s to upper - Mhuiiderstorms, . 508 with highs In Mostly cloddy with - upper 50$ to upper '" <• highs mainly'In lower- 60s. 1 ; -M6 rhld-tOs: ? ,- t *,. - i »TUESDAY;,Partly V s ; $ V SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy and colder. s - cloudy with a chartce Lows In mld-30s 'ofshowers'*or; / northwest to the thunderstorms. Lows lower 40s southeast. • in mid-50s to mid-608, Highs in mid-to •sVi'&nd highs in>70s. , upper 60s. * /^MOND^Y: Mostly,,- •. t 'cloudy With *a chance', * . ' '• V/>f'.?X ,[' ' Salta yesterday , 'Source: Salina Journal Weather Station „ TEMPERATURES I Normal, .„„ Record/Year 3e&*«tvf~ 1 Salina 83° Topeka 80 Plttsburgl 79° | Showers T-sforms Rain Flurries Show fee Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloud) 40s COLD WARM STATIONARY ^ 0 1997 AccuWealher, Inc. if-A-t Pressure __ _._ J>^o <L^J\ >-/*"\ HL EE3 E3 EH EZ3 ESJ E3 %,£ •* < ^ * HIGH LOW SHOWERS BAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Belleville- Belolt • • 69 39 PREC ,. Wednesday (24 hours) October toiate — —— peioit • 0.00 chanute 72 41 0.11 Concordla. 74 54 ,'..0.11 69 41 72 37 48 .01 71 35 67 32 69 46 69 ..47,. 61 41 11 ^ KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE <. '**>'. 1-800-585-7623 73 59 1-800-585-7623 '' ProyWed by the Kansas Highway Patrol 70 40 69 > 48 72 50 Anchoraoe Atlanta Boston ' Chicago' Dallas-Ft Worth . Denver Kansas Cltv Las Vegas Los Anoeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha ' ' Orlando Phoenix San Franci&co HI 42 84 76 70 , 78 75 75 80 73 83'"-,'.. .76 •' •76' 87 84 64 LO 22 65 57 47 71 42 49 58 60 7 66 63 • 43 70 67 54 OTLK Clr Cldy Cldy, Cfr Rain Uldy Cldy Cfr ' Udy Cldy Rain Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1O, 1997 83 PEOPLE Kennedy has hand surgery NEW YORK — John F. Kennedy Jr. entered a hospital for hand surgery, the Daily News reported Thursday. Kennedy went to Lenox Hill Hospital on Wednesday, accompanied by his wife, Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy, and sister, Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg. Hospital spokeswoman Karen Zipern would not discuss the report, saying "we absolutely do not comment vcuucnv on any patients." KENNEDY A spokeswoman for George magazine declined to comment on the editor-in- chief s personal life. "Hand surgery? Yeah, that just doesn't fall into the scope of the magazine," said spokeswoman Nancy Haberman. Author: Di wasn't so special ENGLEWOOD, Colo. — Kurt Vonnegut, true to his irreverent style, said he did not mpurn Princess Diana's death. Vonnegut said Diana never made any memorable statement and was not known to have read a book. "She's too tall, for one thing," the author told a luncheon gathering Wednesday. "I don't know why people are worshipping this tweed. ... Don't you think you've all gone loony?" The author of "Slaughterhouse-Five," "Cat's Cradle" and "Hocus Pocus" acknowledged that some have criticized his writing for not giving more detailed descriptions of his characters. But he said the best-selling book in history, the Bible, is short on details. "The Bible did not stress that Job spoke with a lisp or that Jonah was short," he said. "We don't care what he looked like, but with the situation." Activists take up Tibet's cause NEW YORK — Activists who want China to end its occupation of Tibet are hoping a movie starring Brad Pitt that debuts this week will spur ticket buyers to action. Members of the International Campaign for Tibet passed out leaflets Wednesday in front of a New York theater featuring "Seven Years in Tibet." The leaflets are part of a campaign in 34 states to draw attention to the film and the Tibetan cause. Tibet has become a favorite cause of some actors, including Richard Gere, Harrison Ford and Steven Seagal. In 47 years of rule in Tibet, China has failed to quell support for independence. Last year, it launched a campaign to discredit the Dalai Lama, Tibet's exiled spiritual leader. From Wire Service Reports V ADVICE If pushy woman becomes too obnoxious, push back Dear Ann Landers: A few months ago, a woman in her 30s came to my mother's house and announced that she was my deceased father's illegitimate daughter. Apparently, she had written to my parents before my father died, but he denied that he had anything to do with this woman's mother. He was an honorable man, and I believe what he said, I deeply resent the way she tried to muddy his name in an attempt . to become a member of our family. This woman has continued to contact my fa- ^ ther's relatives, claiming to be his daughter. We have made it clear that we have no intention of acknowledging her as a family member. Mind you, there is no legal or medical proof of paternity. Even if ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. her claim is a legitimate one, we still don't want to associate with her. When she confronted my mother, she was arrogant and rude. Meanwhile, she keeps phoning and insists that she be treated as a member of the family. What can we do to put an end to this harassment? We are fed up with her pushy behavior. — Unsettled in Sioux City Dear Sioux City: There are times in life when you must take off the kid gloves and get tough. The next time the woman phones, tell her Hat-out that you have nothing to say to her and to please stop calling. If she calls after that, simply hang up when you hear her voice. Dear Ann Landers: You recently printed some stories about stupid criminals. Here's one you might like. It appeared in a Chicago paper: A Norwegian burglar broke into an Oslo home in mid-afternoon. No one was in the house. He promptly filled three TV TONIGHT large suitcases with loot, used the phone to order a taxi, waited outside on the street with his bounty, gave the driver his card, which had his name and address on it, and asked to be driven home. The robber then paid the driver, took the loot inside and began to sort through it. Shortly after, he heard a knock on the door and found himself face to face with a police officer. He was promptly arrested. His comment was "I had this planned perfectly. What went wrong?" — I'd Rather Be a Dane Dear Dane: In the interest of good international relations, I shall refrain from making any comment. But thanks for my laugh of the day. Dear Ann Landers: In support of "S.J., M.D.," I, too, am disgusted with how my tax dollars are being spent and the apathy of complainers who don't speak up. I didn't care for your reply that "we" have it better in America than those who live in many other countries. That is the attitude that allows for our tax dollars to continue being spent unwisely. Those folks who are sick of their hard- earned dollars being spent inefficiently need to voice their opinion by letter, by email and at the voting booth. — S.K. in Huntington Beach, Calif. Dear S.K.: If you think complaining about how your tax dollars are being spent is going to change anything, I know of a swamp in Louisiana that I'd like to sell you. You are right, however, when you say dissatisfaction with the way things are going should be expressed in the voting booth. That makes sense, and I second the motion. This is the way things are done in a democracy. 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