The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 29, 1996 · Page 13
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SALINA JOURNAL HOROSCOPES JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 20). Monitor what competitors are doing - you leam enough to beat them at their own game. Lovers back off from commitments if they are pushed. Relatives vastly affect your immediate family. Seek out mentors and 'advisers. • TAURUS (April 21-May 20). Jump on an idea Don't wait. Quick decisions and actions make you money and give you clout and prestige. Colleagues are jealous, but so what? Your timing in love is off -- spend time instead with platonic companions. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Others want to make you happy, so tell them what you like. Get a consensus before formulating plans. Return all calls - one is crucial. Parents try to. exert pressure - hold firm to your ground. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). An assumption is not true. Give others the benefit of the doubt. Contributions and gifts are not appreciated unless you make * waves. At work, a tiny problem escalates unless you act decisively. Discuss family finances this evening. ;• LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Robust energy permeates everything you do, attracting powerful pebple to your cause. Allowances are made, and exceptions are granted. Get away from pals who rjafe recently been nasty. A lingering Idve still has potential. ; * TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (January 29). Leisure- time activities hold the key to your financial success. Strip working at what you hate. You have dazzling passion for new work, your family or your lover in Fe&ruary, a month of memories. Inheritances, bonuses, raises and windfalls come in July and September. Give a straying partner one more chance. Indulge in new love with an Aries or Capricorn. - 'VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Make apologies even i{ you aren't responsible - this will smooth things for thejuture. Relatives feel left out of decisions. Money domes from a tiny suggestion an acquaintance makes. Get organized - your family will benefit. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Too many people offer advice. Listen to your heart. Straying lovers are only testing you - don't overreact. Maintain a high profile at work, and promotions and new jobs offers will percolate. Plan a weekend away. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Well-connected people encourage a plan, so get moving on this opportunity. Entrepreneurs find solutions to problems. Legal advice is affordable. Make compromises because a current love really is perfect for you. : '..* SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Notice what others don't say. Be willing to hear a relative's or child's arguments -- it will clear the air. Tensions end when you make a choice. Attend community events - you'll find new love and or friendships. •- • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). After months of waiting, a financial deal comes through. Make sure you have the equipment and know-how to deal with success. Spend on the future. Allow a partner to Handle his or her own problems. : • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You question what someone you used to trust says. Avoid being prickly, but do trust those instincts. Your mental power is high ~ meetings, tests and challenges put _ you back on top. - ->• PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). A change of pace brings out your artistic side. Let others know of your reluctance and they'll suddenly do what is expected of them. First impressions count, especially in love. Child-care issues must be dealt with swiftly. HOROSCOPES' Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent '•Prlmetlme & Seniors $3.50 Other Times $5.50 Heat R i 7:00 only •fcentral»2hours52min. Grumpier Old Men - PG-13 ! ;:I ** I '5:05,7:35 •' Central • 1 hour 35 min. Toy Story G From Dusk Till DawnR *** •5:10,7:30 Mid-State -1 hour 49 min. Twelve Monkeys R *** •5:00,7:35 Mid-State* 2 hours 10 min. Screamers R . '5:15,7:15 •- Central «1 hour 21 min. Mr. Holland's Opus l : PG • •> '5:00, 7:45 •^Central • 2 hours 25 min. •5:00, 7:30 Sunset • 1 hour 47 min. Eye For An Eye R * •5:10, 7:20 Sunset «1 hour 41 min. Almanac MONDAY, JANAURY 29, 1996 B7 WEATHER Kansas City 30° L A. Pittsburg 42 Showers T-storms • Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy PEOPLE Today, much colder and partly cloudy. High 31. North wind 1d t615. mph becoming northeast. ; ; T •-"••' Tonight, cold and becoming mostly cloudy. Low 10 to 15. 5:48 p.m. 7:38 a.m. . Today's Sunset- Tomorrows Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Much., '.north; Lotos in the colder and partly . -, single digits above,. , cloudy. Highs 25 to zero north and in the 30 north to 40'to 45; teens south. Highs In southeast. : the upper 20s far • TONIGHT: Cold /north and in the lower; with increasing , 40s .southwest, clouds. Lows single, t •.THURSDAY; ., f: 'digits north tokens ,. Turning mucrf colder < southeast. , with a chalice for • TUESDAY: Cold snow. Lows from and mostly cloudy^' . minus, 5 northwest to Highs 20 to 25 north 10 southeast. Highs to 30 to 35 south. from 5 ndrthwesMo . v -WEDNESDAY: A themid-20s- '' chance for light snow , southeast, The Associated Press Mary Steenburgen and Ted Danson are seeking a TV sitcom. 11.8; today - y - •(• i TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year High >54 - , 39 .'68/1938 Low 31 " 17 , / -16/1948 • High and low to6p.m COLD WARM STATIONARY & 1996 AccuWeather, Inc. P " >3sm 3*%. ffi~\ x~\ HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m, ; ,s; f' ' January to date *' t u ,; ,, Average January ^ ' Year to date Average year through January Average year None 0.11 0.7,1. 0.11 0.71 28.95 yesterday U.S. today DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line rj Category 9494 , KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTUNE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Belleville Chanute Coffeyville Concordia Dodge. City. Emporia Garden City Goodland Hill City' Hutchlnson „ Manhattan Pltlsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 46 50 - 51 48 . 65 52 66 58 56 .. ,-£&. 53 50 . 56 49 55 ." . to 23 28 29 16 29 29 26 20 , 27 ; 31 .,'** . 29 30 30 19 32 PREC , '£ ' i, ,,_ Anchorage' . Atlanta • Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles NewYoik.Clty, - . Oklahoma city Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco • '• HI.: 18. 57 30 30, 62» 28 . 32 61. 67 ,37,, 47 12 76 70. »58' * -up it-. Q "~ " $•' 33 • 19 23 44 9 20 , 37. . 49 , i,. 25.' 30 3 ' 51 43 49 OTLK , Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy , Cldy Clr .„ Cloy cir Cldy Clr Clr Cldy Newlyweds looking for sitcom NEW YORK ±- Tired of being kept apart • by their work, newlyweds Ted Danson and Mary Steenburgen are looking for a sitcom to star in together. "Ted and I are cautiously- in-, terested in the idea, completely dependent upon the material and the people involved," Steenburgen said in the Feb. 3 issue of TV Guide. Danson, who spent 11 years on "Cheers," said the decision to return to television is a difficult one for him. "I used to say no to the idea of doing a series, because I had done one that was quite wonderful," he said. "But this year, Mary and-1 have been trying to find each other across continents and halfway around the world." Book brought reader response CONWAY, S.C. — William Styron's gripping fiction brought literary fame, but readers responded most to "Darkness Visible," his nonfiction account of his battle with depression. "I used to get telephone, calls all the time," Styron said Friday. "I got the most ... immediate response to that book." Styron wrote about an extended episode in 1985 and 1986 during which he found himself burning manuscripts and drafting a suicide note. He eventually checked into a hospital to overcome the disease. Lewis misses former partner NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Jerry Lewis says he was devastated by former partner Dean Martin's death, and he's just starting to get over it. "Dean was my brother, my hero. I worshiped him," said Lewis, who's on tour with the theater production of "Damn Yankees." He said he fought off the grief by focusing on his family. "I had to snap out of it and acknowledge my young daughter's need for my time and energy," Lewis told hosts Lorianne Crook and Charlie Chase for their new- syndicated TV program that airs today. Lewis had Danielle, 3, with wife SanDee. He has five sons from his first marriage. From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE Businesses have right to refuse types of payment But merchants should keep in mind customer service when setting their policies Dear Ann Landers: Your recent column concerning a sales clerk who refused a roll of pennies in payment for a bottle of soda caught my attention. You said that even though pennies are a nuisance, they are considered legal tender. I had read an article in the Massachusetts Collectors and Treasurers Association newsletter concerning a problem faced by tax collectors and oth- * ers: irate customers paying with small coins. The article cites Title 31 of the U.S. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. Code, which states that minor coins (pennies and nickels) are legal tender at their nominal value for any amount not to exceed 25 cents in any one payment. The article also mentioned a 1990 incident in which a restaurant owner in Portsmouth, N.H., brought 382,648 pennies to the tax collector's office in a van. The taxpayer was miffed over what he described as a rude letter demanding payment of delinquent taxes. Most of the pennies were in $50 bags direct from the U.S. Mint. The rest were hi boxes and a pillow case. Loose were 12,648 pennies. The taxpayer ignored a request by the city attorney not to bring in the pennies and unloaded them anyway. City employees had to reload the pennies and take them by truck to the bank to be counted. The tax collector issued a receipt but said she didn't think it was very funny. Thfe taxpayer said he didn't want to look at a penny ever again. TV TONIGHT The editor of the newsletter suggested checking with your city or state Department of Revenue before invoking the provisions of Title 31. Small coins aren't the only problem. What about those businesses that say, "We will not accept bills over $20"? I understand they don't want to create a security risk, but isn't this against the law? If they refuse payment because you only have a $50 bill, does that mean the service is free? Please, Ann, ask one of your attorney friends what's legal and what isn't. — A Reader in Randolph, Mass. Dear Randolph: My staff contacted Donald R. Nichols, director of public affairs at the U.S. Mint. Here are the facts: In the late 1700s and early 1800s, pennies were not considered legal tender, and merchants had the right to refuse them. The Coinage Acts of 1873 and 1879 made pennies and nickels legal tender for debts up to 25 cents. Dimes, quarters and half- dollars were legal tender up to $10. However, in the early 1980s, these laws were combined into one provision that says U.S. coins and currency are legal tender for ALL debts, regardless of the amount. This means the Federal Reserve System must honor them. It does not, however, mean anyone else has to. Individual vendors have the right to specify terms of payment. This means the Internal Revenue Service doesn't have to accept payment in pennies and your local gas station attendant doesn't have to accept bills over $20. I would hope, however, that local businesses would keep their customers in mind when they determine what type of payment they will accept. Allowing a customer to pay for a soda in pennies is certainly worth the goodwill it will generate. Best bets : • 7 p.m. — "American Music Ayyards," ABC. The 23rd annual ceremony honors the best artists in the categories of pop-rock, soul- rhythm and blues, rap-hip hop, country, heavy metal-hard rock and adult contemporary. ;'* 8 p.m. — "Cagney & Lacey: True Convictions," CBS. Sharon (aless, Tyne Daly. Mary Beth must testify in a controversial case while CKris learns the man she is dating may be involved in a murder. : i 8 p.m. — "American Experience," PBS. 'The Battle Over Citizen Kane," narrated by Richard Beji Kramer, examines publisher William Randolph Hearst's efforts to suppress "Citizen Kane," Orson Whiles' film paralleling many aspects of the media mogul's life. In some cities, this 90-minute documentary will be followed by the 1941 film. e B o B B 0 B B na fa IB 03 fa IB CO B) SJ S3 S3 B3 ED 7:00 7:30 21 st Century Jet 53894 Fresh Pr. 7368 1 FreshPr 165 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 American Experience 46558 Movie *** "Sister Act" (1992) Whoopi Goldberg. 2146 Movie *** "My Cousin Vinny" (1992) Joe Pesci. 49320 |Cops 70639 Nanny 7320 | Murphy Brown Lovewell 1995-Bend 36959 Patrol 98610 Movie "Cagney & Lacey: True Convictions" (1996) 86146 Strictly 2078 (Strictly 4813 Movie *** "My Cousin Vlnny" (1992) Joe Pesci. 56368 On the Waterways 17078 Fat Man 7146 Scandinavia Annual Banquet 11 894 News 31252 Adventures Adventures American Music Awards (Live) (CC) 946691 American Music Awards (Live) (CC) 508349 Nanny 7542 Fresh Prince Murphy Brown Fresh Prince Movie "See No Evil" Cont'd Avonlea 8308964 Movie "Cagney & Lacey: True Convictions" (1996) 66368 Movie * * * "Sister Act" (1992) Whoopi Goldberg. 213900 Movie **» "They Live" (1988) 9909900 Prlmetime Movie **s "Tops Is the Limit" (1936) (CC) 642504 Movie *K "Exit to Eden" (1994) Dana Delany. 565232 Movie *** "The Mask" (1994) Jim Carrey. 2690165 10:00 10:30 Charlie Rose 52165 News 8993455 [Tonight Show Star Trek: Next Gener. 81487 News 9700146 Late Show Lawyers Live 14981 News 98146 Seas 31 146 News 6065977 News 3505962 News 3603558 News 7218726 Patrol 46374 Business RpL Roseanne Nlghtline Late Show Tonight Show "Macon County Line" 4305252 Movie "Twins" (CC) 914233 Movie "Sensation" (1994) (CC) 7986146 Movie "Death and the Maiden" 4631097 Movie "Soldier Boyz" (1995) (CC) 987894 | Movie ***» "Nobody's Fool' Movie ** The Road to Wellville" (1994) (CC) 446436 News 740504 Inside Politics Hart to Hart 4651 691 Family Times Max Click Highway to Heaven 823436 Larry King Live 837504 Trapper, John, M.D. 4677639 Father Murphy 4692691 Rescue 911 8321 84 (1994) (CC) 642184 Movie ** "Mrs. Munck" (1996) 2553788 World Today 857368 Color 7080417 |Color 1440962 Peaceable Kingdom 4612455 700 Club 812320 Movie **** "The Song of Bernadette" (1943) Jennifer Jones. 39604349 Sports 907962 49700610 61346455 5842829 Mre.-Movie Moneyllne Vega$ 4650962 Family Series 461 5542 "The Pink Panther" 288829 Movie "Call Northside 777" (1948) 1874233 m m m st R!3 f&) m ED m m m 03 H3 0) EB EB EG @a m E9 SD 7:00 7:30 At the Ryman 661504 Ult. Winter 821 078 Absolutely Tracey Ullman College Basketball 663097 8:00 8:30 9:00 Prime Time Country 334233 Prime Time 830726 Whose Line? | Drop-Donkey Skiing Mag. 664726 College Basketball 913184 Major Indoor Lacrosse 7274252 Murder, She Wrote 846252 Thunder in Paradise 687542 Matlock 8776610 Wm. Basketball 4695788 Road Rules Dream On 9:30 | 10:00 Club Dance 907504 Style 285252 Critic 1892558 To Be Announced 644962 Singled Out Politically Inc. Press Box College Basketball Missouri at Colorado. (Live) 640726 College Basketball Dayton at Duquesne. 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