The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 26, 1996 · Page 9
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac ra^EKfr^^flaa^asspagggggcgi^^ JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Invite a Pisces on board, or ask one for insights into your life and business. Complete a large task to achieve peace of mind. Have faith in your ability to make a decision. A dreaded phone call may actually help you. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Act on a whim. Others pale in comparison to you, but don't draw attention to this fact. Nurture an older person who values your attention. Decipher a true meaning. ^ Invite someone to share a new experience. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). After all is said and done, you could win big by simply being in the right place at the right time. Current events spark your passion. You look more confident than you feel. Embrace new methods and approaches. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Others are not as quick to learn, so you'll have to repeat yourself. Take it easy in the afternoon. A ray of sunlight brightens your outlook. A pet provides joy. Oversee procedures so that legal affairs run smoothly. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Your smile is disarming. You excel at most everything today. Find a niche, and concentrate on perfecting it. You find easy answers to hard questions. Loved ones respect your opinions but may never admit it. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (September 26). In November, accept social invitations ~ a Leo or Cancer love is waiting for you to arrive. Your cash flow increases with a gift or inheritance that comes in October or December. On-the-job training is just the thing to catch the eye of higher-ups and get you a raise or promotion by early January. Your luckiest months are December and April. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You meet your goal with determination. A casual affair sizzles. Know your limits, and they'll be less obvious to others. Concentrate on relaxation, nurturing and simplifying. Agree to a new plan. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). It's time to maintain a vehicle or appliance. Game-playing wastes time, so communicate with your partner. Begin a new activity to benefit your environment. Tell loved ones you care. Operate truthfully. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A Sagittarius has an offer for you. Use what you've learned about money. Working with your hands is therapeutic. Say what you really mean. Doing something out of the ordinary helps. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You need space, so gently request it. Your confidence draws others to you, especially Pisces and Aries counterparts. Purchase an item you've saved for. Try something new. Flirt with a co-worker. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Your prospects improve when your image undergoes a flattering makeover. If you need advice, consult a Libra. Remain organized for optimum performance. Casual acquaintances can provide relief and fun. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). A new assignment pays off because you didn't give up. Confide in a down-to-earth pal. Love could happen with a Taurus who has been ready for you. Your sincerity wins believers. Take time to unwind. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You've finally made it. A heavy burden begins to vanish. Enjoy sudden attention and adoration. Maintain momentum in your office. Take a family member seriously regarding a health issue. Set appointments. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line lii Category 7827 Salina today WEATHER Kansas today 59 HIGH 45 LOW Today, a 30 percent chance for morning rain. Cooler and cloudy with the high 59. North wind 15 to 20 mph. Tonight, a 40 percent chance for rain. Cloudy with the low around 45. 7:21 p.m. 7:22 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • SATURDAY: A • TODAY: Rain and thunderstorms likely east and south. Highs in the mid-40s northwest to the mid-60s southeast. • TONIGHT: A good chance for rain. Rain may mix with snow in parts of the west. Lows in the upper 30s northwest to the upper 40s east and south central. • FRIDAY: Good chance for rain. Highs in the 50s. chance for morning rain in the east. Dry elsewhere. Lows from the 30s west to the 40s east. Highs in the 60s with some 50s in the east. • SUNDAY: Warmer and dry. Lows in the 40s. Highs around 70 in the east to near 80 in the west. • MONDAY: Continued dry. Lows 45 to 55. Highs in the 70s. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 67 78 95/1903 Low 55 . 54 36/1912 • High and low to 6 p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. .48 September to date 3.81 Average September 3.51 Year to date 28.76 Average year through September 24.43 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line Iil Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol U.S. today 50s COLD Pressure H L HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Belolt Chanute Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchinson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsburg_ Russell Topeka Wichita HI 63 66 65 66 82 66 72 71 67 61 65 65 68 64 68 L.O 51 53 57 51 58 51 57 53 57 56 48 57 54 53 60 PREC .32 .58 .59 .48 .35 .03 .07 1.55 .71 .18 .12 .94 .04 Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 46 83 65 66 86 41 60 88 78 71 72 60 89 93 73 LO 37 65 50 51 73 34 55 65 64 54 66 54 70 70 53 OTLK Cldy Cldy Clr Rain Rain Cldy Rain Clr Clr Clr Cldy Rain Cldy Clr Clr THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1996 B3 PEOPLE Travolta to play president NEW YORK — John Travolta, former Sweathog and disco king, has reportedly been cast to play the Clintonesque Southern governor in the movie version of "Primary Colors. The New York Post on Wednesday quoted an unidentified Hollywood insider as saying that Travolta will make an estimated $15 million as TDAtrru TA the womanizing presi- TRAVOLTA dent i a l candidate. Tra- volta signed after Tom Hanks pulled out, the Post said. The governor's bisexual wife may be played by Emma Thompson, the Post said. The author of the political novel was listed only as "Anonymous," creating a literary mystery solved when The Washington Post unmasked Newsweek columnist Joe Klein as the writer in July. Travolta shot to stardom playing dimwitted Vinnie Barbarino on TV's "Welcome Back Kotter." He was a disco hunk in "Saturday Night Fever" and a coke-snorting hit man in "Pulp Fiction." Burns has lock on future STURBRIDGE, Mass. — Ken Burns, archaeologist of the past, has a lock on the future. The historian is finishing up a two-part film on Thomas Jefferson, the first installment of a series on six famous Americans. The series will run on PBS until 2000. His next series, about jazz, will air that year. "I stand before you today a man who knows what he's going to be doing every. day between now and the end of the millennium," the creator of two acclaimed PBS series on baseball and the Civil War said Tuesday upon receiving a history award from Old Sturbridge Village. Beach boy in hot water CONCORD, N.H. — No day at the beach for Brian Wilson: New Hampshire's high court cleared the way for the former Beach Boy to be sued for libel. The Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously affirmed a lower court ruling allowing Beach Boy Al Jardine and Brother Records Inc. to sue Wilson for his 1991 book, "Wouldn't It Be Nice," in New Hampshire. The plaintiffs claim that the book makes several false assertions involving song authorship and members of the band. They sued in New Hampshire after; missing the filing deadline for libel suits, in California. Wilson's lawyers had ai> gued that the case should not be heard here because New Hampshire has almost no connection to the case. From Wire Service Reports MOVIES T ADVICE * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent * Prlmetlme & Seniors $3.50 Other Times $5.50 INDEPENDENCE DAY PG13 **'/! '5:00-7:35 Central • 2 hours 20 mln. FIRST KID PG ** •5:15-7:20 Central* 1 hour 41 min. FLY AWAY HOME PG ***'/! •5:05-7:25 Central • 1 hour 47 min. FIRST WIVES CLUB PG ** •5:10-7:30 Central • 1 hour 43 min. TIN CUP R *** •5:00-7:30 Mid-State* 2 hours 10 min. LAST MAN STANDING R * •5:05-7:25 Mid-State >1 hour 42 min. ISLAND OF DR. MOREAU PG13 *'/! •5:10-7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 36 min. MAXIMUM RISK R *** •5:00-7:20 Sunset «1 hour 41 min. Broken promise means more than chewing tobacco Dear Ann Landers: When I met "Jimmy" five years ago, I was a moderately heavy smoker and he occasionally used chewing tobacco. He frequently expressed his dislike of my smoking, and I let him know how I felt about his "social dipping." We tried to quit together at one point but were unsuccessful. When a close relative of mine died of emphysema, I finally managed to stop smoking. After we became engaged, Jimmy promised to give up his habit but told me he wanted to do it v gradually. Three months ago, we were married. I asked only one thing of him — that he not bring any dip on our honeymoon. He agreed. Well, you guessed it. The third day of ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. our honeymoon, I discovered dip spilled on the bathroom counter. When I asked Jimmy about it, he said it was no big deal and got mad at me for "snooping." I cannot begin to describe how angry and hurt I am. Jimmy insists I'm overreacting and says I should get over it. Ann, it's not only that I dislike dipping, it is a matter of a broken promise and a blatant lack of consideration. I am not sure what I should do about this. When I tried to bring up the subject immediately after the honeymoon, Jimmy refused to discuss it. Instead of trying to make good on his promise, he leaves spit cans where I can see them. I am becoming very bitter about this and find myself snapping at him for every little thing. Obviously, I am NOT "getting over it" and need some advice. — A Disappointed Newlywed in Greensboro, N.C. Dear Greensboro: What Jimmy does not seem to understand is that this has gone far beyond the chewing issue. It is TV TONIGHT now a matter of basic integrity. He broke his word and tried to cover it up. And now he leaves those nasty spit cans where you can see them and tells you to "get over it." Your husband has a serious addiction. Unless he seeks professional help to overcome it, your marriage is in for some very stormy weather, and I wouldn't bet on its survival. Dear Ann Landers: Yesterday, my husband, "Bill," and I were having lunch in an upscale restaurant. A male acquaintance on the way to his table stopped by, rubbed Bill's bald head and made a tasteless comment. This has happened before. You can bet men who do this invariably have a healthy head of hair themselves. How can people be so insensitive as to say such things as "Put your hat on, the glare off your head is blinding me." My husband has a super personality and takes the ribbing better than I do. But he and millions of others like him do not choose to be bald. Such remarks are total-, ly uncalled for, and although the recipif ent may good-naturedly laugh them off, they do hurt. Please address this in your column, Ann. Maybe some of the jerks who think such remarks are funny will recognize themselves and try to be more sensitive. — Bill's Wife in Florida Dear Wife in Florida: The "jerks" rarely recognize themselves, and when they do, they offer as a defense "No harm was intended," "You're too thin-skinned," or "Where's your sense of humor?" Individuals who joke around about another person's weight, height, baldness, etc., are clods. The best response is NO response — a long, cold stare will convey the message. Gem of the Day: The most discomforting fear of the Puritans is that* somewhere, someone is having more fun than they are. Best bets • 8 p.m. — "Chariots of the Gods? The Mysteries Continue," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. Actor Richard Karn hosts an examination of sites and monuments that may indicate extraterrestrial visitations to Earth. • 9 p.m. — "ER," NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13. Season premiere. Carter's first day as a full-fledged doctor proves hellish; Jeanie and Dr. Benton anxiously await the results of their HIV tests. • 9 p.m. — "Turning Point," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. Scheduled: "Alternative Medicine: Hope or Hype?" This is a report on alternative medicine, including a young man with cancer who rejected radiation therapy for unorthodox treatments. • 9 p.m. — "48 Hours," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. Louis Waldron killed a man with a single punch. But was it murder? This exclusive takes viewers inside a racially charged case that has rocked San Francisco. 9/26/96 o B a B a B no ra IF) in TO fB HI g0 ra BD HS) H9 ML 7:00 T. Old House Friends 9201 Martin 11 084 7:30 Arts 9591 SingleGuy 539 Single 36881 Diagnosis Murder 25341 Horse Show Martin 39404 Wild Am. 9189 Golden Rule Single 54201 Nature 971 3 High Incident 53201 High Incident 60997 Diagnosis Murder 55065 Friends | Single Guy Movie "House-Carroll" Cont'd 8:00 F8:30 Mystery! 42591 Seinfeld 5249 9:00 | 9:30 Suddenly 7084 New York Undercover 80317 Moloney 84591 ER 6065 Simpsons 48 Hours 25305 Extra 90881 Coronado School 6th Grade Memories 11607 New York Undercover 20959 News 33423 Mystery! 61 125 Chariots of the Gods 79249 Chariots of the Gods 4631 7 Moloney 6471 3 Seinfeld Sudden-Susan Turning Point 8271 3 Turning Point 59881 48 Hours 51 249 ER 678881 "The List of Adrian Messenger" 1783046 Movie Cont'd (Shlngalana Chronicles 716317 [African Love Story 8172510 Movie * * "The Bonfire of the Vanities" (1990) 6961959 Movie ** "Mortal Kombat" (1995) Robin Shou. 1398046 Movie "Meatballs II" Cont'd Primetime 10:00 Gentle Doctor News 8656065 Coach 50775 News 50301 25 10:30 Previews Tonight Show Cheers 69423 Late Show Discover 23442 News 90317 Think Tank News 3702572 News 8815171 News 8817539 News 3557626 Patrol 72715 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nightline Late Show Tonight Show "Seven Percent" 2868978 Avonlea 49339846 9226978 Movie * * *s "Forrest Gump" (1994) (CC) 10825404 Movie **>i "Firefox" (1982) Clint Eastwood. 1841171 Movie "Silent Hunter" (1994) (CC) 7618794 Movie * * * "Crimson Tide" (1995) (CC) 825997 News 129065 Inside Politics Picket Fences 7299862 Our House 8223171 Highway to Heaven 202997 You Can't Do Thatl 6913171 Larry King Live 21 6065 Miami Vice 7208510 Feast 6916201 {Nature Mag. Rescue 911 28831 7 Bedtime First Look Sherman Oaks World Today 296201 Color 2851 688 Color 6852959 Save the Planet 8229355 700 Club 291 881 Movie "A Hard Day's Night" (1964) 3550201 Inside the NFL (CC) 860684 Latino 388881 Sports 386423 Full Frontal Moneyllne Picket Fences 7298133 Crisis Points 8222442 Three Stooges 201 268 Movie * * * "Help!" (1965) 46658404 |0 B3 S3 EB QD §3 09 ED CB EB QD £3 QD ED GB S3 33 pfj) ffl SO pa 7:00 7:30 Life of Dottle West 88371 5 Prime Time 200539 Bookkeeper 1977930 This Week in NASCAR 839369 8:00 8:30 9:00 Prime Time Country 713794 Unplugged 286959 A-List 3840084 Lounge Liz. Cycle World (R) 8391 89 Yo! 299423 Dream On 9:30 10:00 Club Dance 386065 A-List 3889862 Motorsports Hour (R) 934733 College Football Duke at Georg a Tech. (Live) (CC) 120336 Dest. Extreme Destination Extreme 28021 71 Murder, She Wrote 225713 Destination Extreme 1198510 Singled Out Politically Inc. Press Box 10:30 News 198201 Ren & Stlmpy Daily 9747442 Lubick 767355 Sportscenter (CC) 660666 Major League Soccer 2745539 Movie *** "First Blood" (1982), Richard Crenna 21 2249 Movie * * * » "True Grit" (1969) John Wayne, Glen Campbell. 17294268 Major League Baseball: Braves at Marlins 395688 Sports Chall. Event 3820978 Hercules-Jrnys. 577077 Unsolved Mysteries 2081 71 Politics Equal Time Our Century 791 7404 Wild Discovery 663959 History 957881 Happy Days Archaeology Happy Days Biography 681 355 To Be Announced 8203317 Xena: Warrior Princess 799297 Silk Stalkings 224084 Movie "Rooster Cogburn" (1975) 50449978 Movie ** "Brewster's Millions" (1985) 21 3978 Press Box News 134751 Press Box Movie * ** "Victim of Innocence" (1990) 295607 Rivera Live 8402133 Trial Story 79261 52 Myster. World Movie 141152 Gates-Jerus 283751 Lucy 137959 Munsters Ancient Mysteries 667775 UnReal 831539 Candon 11775 Gossip 782539 Jonny Quest Pobre Nina Rica 591 242 Behind 408065 Flintstones Talk Soup Bugs 3848626 News 770794 Tom and Jerry Charles Grodln 8422997 Court TV Press Box Press Box Wlseguy 489828 Living 939539 Mysteries America After Hours 8425084 Prime Time Justice 8022317 Time Traveler 685171 Miracle Planet (R) 1881 07 Mary 955442 Rhoda 464775 Mysteries of the Bible 687539 Comicview 643201 Blenvenldos 28539 Las Vegas Showgirls 207423 Speed Racer | Super Friends Next Step History 114249 Taxi 757997 Instant Justice Beyond 200Q Archaeology Odd Couple Law & Order 680626 Talk 733423 Noticlero Unl. Stern 371 607 Rocky-Bullwln Thea 742171 P. Impacto Stern 380355 Cartoon Planet B PBS, Bunker Hill B NBC, Wichita Q Fox, Wichlta-Salina B CBS, Topeka B Access 6, Salina B Fox, Kansas City B PBS, Wichita B ABC, Kansas City 0D ABC, Wichita O Prevue IB CBS, Wichita fQ NBC, Kansas City |Q Encore fB Disney fQ Weather Channel CD Clnemax 0 Starz fQ Education Access S3 Government Access HI HBO 03 Showtime f£ CNN QD Headline News S3 C-Span m Home Shopping Netwoik a QVC SDf/x EE) Faith & Values S3 Family Channel EB Prime Sports Network Q3 WGN, Chicago CD American Movie Classics ED ESPN CB Cable Health Club EB Nashville Network EB ESPN2 Q3 Lifetime f£ Country Music TV 03 USA Network EB C-Span 2 EQ MTV ED TNT QD CNBC EB VH1 CB WTBS, Atlanta Q3 Court TV ES Comedy Central CB Prime Sports Showcase S3 MSNBC BJTVI 60 Discovery 63 The Learning Channel 60 Mind Extension 60 Nickelodeon _ 6B Arts & Entertainment EQ Neweport 60 BET fffl-Q) Request 3D Unlvlslon ES) KTCISalina Marketplace GBEl 03 Cartoon Network Food Channel

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