The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 16, 1995 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 16, 1995
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B8 Tuesday, May 16,1995 «*wis<wiSK^aa^m ; «s^ "^^n^lWP^W^P^™" ALMANAC The Salina Journal DAILY WEATHER • CallJournal Line 825-6OOO Category 9999 Salina today 87 HIGH 55 LOW Today, a 30 percent chance for thunderstorms. Becoming breezy. Partly cloudy with a high in the mid-80s. Southwest wind 15 to 25 mph. Tonight, a 30 percent chance for thunderstorms. Becoming mostly cloudy. Low 55 to 60. Kansas National Weather Service forecast Today, a chance for thunderstorms central and east. Partly cloudy west. Highs in the 80s. Tonight, a chance for thunderstorms over the state. Lows from the upper 40s northwest to the lower 60s southeast. I I KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE I f -8OO-585-T623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Extended outlook National Weather Service forecast Wednesday, thunderstorms likely. Highs from the lower 60s northwest to the mid-70s southeast. Thursday, a chance for rain and thunderstorms. Lows in the 40s west to near 50 east. Highs in the 60s. Friday, dry. Lows in the 40s. Highs 65 to 75. Sun times Today's Sunset 8:36 p.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise 6:16 a.m. Salina yesterday Temperatures: Normal Record/Year High* 80 76 92/1936 Low* 50 52 25/1907 * to 9 p.m. Precipitation 24-hour to 9 p.m. .- None May to date 3.95 Average May 4.15 Year to date 10.79 Average year thru May 10.39 Average year 28.95 *** A Goofy Movie (G) 1 hour 16 min. • Central - ('5:15) 7:10 ** Bad Boys (R) 1 hour 52 min. • Central - ('5:05) 7:20 **% French Kiss (PG1 3) 1 hour 48 min. 'Central -('5:10) 7:15 ** 1 /2 Crimson Tide (R) 1 hour 53 min. • Central • ('5:00) 7:25 Rob Roy (R) 2 hours 19 min. • Mid-State - ('5:00) 7:40 *** While You Were Sleeping (PG) 1 hour 40 min. • Mid-State - ('5:1 5) 7:1 5 * Don Juan DeMarco (PG13) 1 hour 37 min. -Sunset -('5:1 5) 7:15 * - Extremely Bad ** - Fair * Primetime Show »3 *** - Good **** - Excellent >» Seniors Anytime Today's Forecast \\\\\ Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy 60s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday Elsewhere today HI LO PRO Belleville 76 ..48 ........... Belott NA.:.....NA Chanute .81 ........50 ........... Coffeyvllle ..82. ..55.; Concordia 76 48. .... Dodge City 76........48.... Emporia ........79 5] Garden City 79... Goodland 84 ... Hutchlnson .77 ... Lawrence 78 ...51 ;. „. Manhattan .81 ........46 ........... Pittsburg 84... 56 ........... Russell 80........47 ... Topeka 79... 47 ........... Wichita 78... 50........... Anchorage ..... Atlanta Boston ................ Chicago ., Dallas-Ft Worth .. Denver .; Kansas City .; Las Vegas Los Angeles ....... New York City..., Oklahoma City ... Omaha Orlando.... Phoenix .............. San Francisco ... Seattle ;......„;...;; HI .55 87 ,....„.... 61 ......80 ...........92 ......79 i.:. 84...;. 78 ..65 ...........75 ..... ...........86 ..... 80 ..... 93 ..... ;. 85..;!. ...65 .„.. 70 LO ....45... ....67..,. ....44.... ....54... ....74.... ....46.... ....63..., ....55..., ....54..., ....53.... ....69..., ....59... ....72... ....65... .-...51 ... ....53... OTLK m .....cdy clr m , cdy ,...,cdy ....cdy .....ody cdy clr .....cdy cdy .....cdy cdy .....cdy cdy TOP TEN MOVIES Call Journal Line 825-6OOO Category 6918 fjm?^ iM fKBflLAuGvlwlw °1 09S Joyce Jlll«on distributed by Create™ Syndicate Inc. [ "f* fr 1 B 4i2til%'-l Joyce L^aBK^BRrj • jjiison ••HBBBHSif ARIES {March 21 -April 19). It may be difficult to live up to the expectations of a teacher or boss. Show the family how much you care with little kindnesses, but don't promise anyone too much. TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A strong urge to be free is really a desire to express your artistic side -- devote some time to learning something new, and give some more time to inspire yourself with nature and beauty. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Employ the aid of a partner in researching an important pending purchase or legal matter -- on your own, you may miss an important detail, though you may be led by intuition to solutions to problems. CANCER (June 22-July 22). It shouldn't take much effort for you to discover the source of a pal's or mate's depression. Allow plenty of time for rest, and let someone wait on you for a change if you work long, late hours. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Forcing yourself can lead to errors - chop the tedious work up ^ into palatable segments. Criticism given or received can be a sticking point, but keep the larger goals in mind — you're in line for a top job. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 16). It's an easy step from an idea to a money-making enterprise between now and mid-October --work on making a dream or. artistic project real. Partnerships are important assets in July, but they may be expensive in November - if you've been fair, you'll be rewarded in December. Prepare a solid base this year so you can pursue new directions in '96. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). True love is the answer to some of those pressing questions — love for work and love for someone unusual and very speciall You may benefit through legal matters, especially concerning original authorship. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Get close to the source of your insecurities, and you may be able to master fears and doubts. Take time to enjoy your home, to write or to call the folks. Also, plan time to nourish all that grows nearby. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Avoid window shopping and going to the grocery store when you are hungry -- both activities can lead to impulse buying, as everything looks pretty yummy now. Don't fall in love with your analyst. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A job opportunity may look better than it really is wait a little, if you can safely, before saying yes. Elevate your ideas about material acquisition - money may have some very constructive uses. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Hang on to your heart and head now, as the temptation to expect too much too fast can lead to disappointment and discouragement. Write a poem, and use your imagination in even the smallest of tasks. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You'll daydream through meetings and gatherings, even through lunch with the gang. Nostalgia seems to catch you up and carry you away. At home, alone or with family, you find a special treasure. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). The social picture is Improving rapidly - new meetings are lucky. You're winning recognition among peers and a leadership role in the family. Communicate to put your point across - others will hear it. f^ HOROSCOPES • Call Journal Line SPONSORED Ir^^foffevfe"^ 825-6OOO Category 7827 BY |^^«^r^^ . 1 Comic ready to leave 'Full House' NEW YORK — Bob Saget is ready to shed his Grated image as "Full House" dad Danny Tanner. "I have a reputation for being the sickest (expletive) in the comedy world," the comic said in this week's Entertainment Weekly. "On television I can't say that what I think is funny." ABC recently canceled "Full House" after eight years. Though the Tanner clan will live on in reruns, Saget hopes to find a movie that will combine his stand-up comedy and acting. "Otherwise," he said, "I think some of my best stuff may end up being behind the camera. You know, catering." Astronaut salutes former POWs CINCINNATI — Calling war the "ultimate competition," Neil Armstrong saluted Americans taken prisoner during World War II. "Even those of us who do remember, but were not there, cannot know the anguish you suffered and the deprivation you endured," the first person to walk on the moon told about 1,300 former POWs Saturday night. Armstrong, who flew 78 combat missions in Korea as a Navy avia- . tor, said he escaped being a prison- Armstrong er of war on one occasion by managing to eject over friendly territory after his plane was damaged in combat. "It is clear to me that war is the ultimate competition. The essential elements are skill, preparation and luck," he said. Armstrong, 64, grew up in Wapakoneta and lives on an Ohio farm. He rarely makes public appearances. Singer arrested on drug charges PASADENA, Calif. — Scott Weiland, lead singer of the rock group Stone Temple Pilots, was arrested Monday for investigation of drug possession and driving under the influence. Weiland, 27, was arrested as he drove away from a motel after sheriff's deputies saw what looked like a drug deal, Deputy Britta Tubbs said. The rocker apparently tried to crush a glass pipe, Tubbs said. Deputies found cocaine in Weiland's car and heroin in his wallet, she said. Picture this• Actor Tony Curtis poses Monday in ' front of a mural paintod by artist George Sported! on the Sunset Boulevard bridge over the 101 Freeway in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles. The Associated Press Diana Ross returns to Alabama BESSEMER, Ala. — Diana Ross returned to her Alabama roots to shoot photos for the cover of her upcoming CD and a documentary on her life. The former Supreme danced for photographers outside Gators Lounge on Saturday. Ross lived in Bessemer, on the outskirts of Birmingham, for a short time as a girl. She owns property in The Associated Press town, and her aunt Diana Ross uses hair spray still lives here. during a video shoot Satur- Her new album is a day in Bessemer, Ala. collection of songs that touch on the rural South. It's due out in the fall. A small crowd whistled and cheered when Ross and her crew went inside Gators. "Tell her she needs to come home more often," Troy Knox said. Geraldo gets his nose broken again NEW YORK — Another day, another broken nose for Geraldo Rivera. In 1988, the talk show host's nose was broken by a flying chair when a brawl broke out on the set as he interviewed young white supremacists and a black civil rights leader. During a taping Wednesday, it was a guest's fist that did the damage, spokesman Jeff Erdel said Monday. Two men who had been romantically involved with the same woman began arguing about how her children were being cared for. A third man, the woman's husband, jumped in and a fight broke out. Rivera was punched as he shielded the woman and two other female guests, Erdel said. The episode, which focuses on domestic violence, will air May 23 on the syndicated "Geraldo." • From Wire Service Reports Rivera <j \ml bell The final lecture in connection with Abilene Memorial Hospital's exhibit of Grandma Layton the°no iS - 7p ' m - at °ftteK.U. r Med°S!l Center looks at ]gmg as depicted •T Layton's art AD Tuesday 1 / Wednesday •Public meeting: Saline County Commission. 10 a.m., room 209, City-County Building, 300 W. Ash. Information: 8266540. •Public meeting: Salina Planning Commission. 4 p.m., Room 200, City- County Building, 300 W. Ash. Information: 826-7260. •Public meeting: Salina Solid Waste Committee. 4 p.m., Board of Education Room, City-County Building, 300 W. Ash. Information: 826-7250. •Abilene: Lecture, 'The Magic Gate, Aging in the Art of Elizabeth Layton," Dr. William Bartholome of the University of Kansas Medical Center. 7 p.m., Memorial Hospital south solarium, 511 NE 10th. Free. Information: 263-0240. •Concert: Hot Pursuit, D.A.R.E. rock concert. 7 p.m., Bicentennial Center Arena. Free. Information: 826-SHOW. •Public meeting: Salina Airport Authority. 8 a.m., Salina Airport Terminal, 3237 Arnold. Information: 827-3914. •Public meeting: Open town meeting on proposed national legislation affecting services for people with disabilities. 7:309:30 p.m., Friendship Center, 746 Commanche. Free. Information: 272-8360, 273-3007. INFORMATION Call Journal Line 825-6OOO Salina and Regional Arts .................... category 2787 Public Schools .................................... category 8050 Asbury Health Info Line ...................... category 5000 Local Churches .................................. category 7729 Kansas Wesleyan Info Line ................ category 5984 TV'S BEST BETS • Call Journal Line 825-6OOO Category 6917 For detailed listings, see TV Week Magazine in Saturday's Salina Journal TONIGHT'S LISTINGS 5/16/95 U 0 U U U u U u Hi) IU IU IE! Us) IkJ UJ lid HJJ fell ffl fcfcJ KB m 6:00 6:30 MacNeil-Lehrer 51332 News 239 Simpsons News 5559 Strictly 2429 News 98697 H. Patrol 71 9 Roseanne Fortune 1581 Strictly 3581 Ent. Tonight MacNeil-Lehrer 46871 News 12245 News 8245 News 8023 News 723790 Movie Cont'd Edition 30697 Entertain. 6697 Fortune 7993 Simpsons 7:00 Nova 14210 Wings 6784 Movie **«"P 7:30 Mad-You 603 8:00 Frontline 9701 8 Frasler 8332 8:30 Friends 1239 oint of No Return" (1993) (PA) (CC) 76239 Rescue 911 54806 Comm Access Movie **»"P Witness 7582 72264 9:00 9:30 No Time to Be a Child 16622 Dateline 441 3 Star Trek: Next Gener. 41974 Movie "In the Heat of the Night" (1995) (CC) 61142 I-70 Sports (Live) 85784 oint of No Return" (1993) (PA) (CC) 87974 World 7531 TV Laughs at Life (CC) 45784 TV Laughs at Life (CC) 12852 Rescue 911 10' Wings 345185 148 Mad 647326 Movie "Gunfight in Abilene" (1967) 4379535 Scooby Doo Meets the Boo Brothers 5524142 Movie "Search-Bobby" Cont'd Movie "1 Saw What" Cont'd Under Scrutiny Doug 738622 Back Chat Looney Tunes Movie "Grumpy-Men" Cont'd Movie "Enchanted" Cont'd Movie "The Tin Star" Cont'd Soccer Highlights 709326 Sportscenter Dinosaurs (R) Nova 70852 Home Imp Home Imp Home Imp Home Imp Drug Free T.V. Salina 36448 News 81 51 6 Frontline 6351 6 NYPDBIue41968 NYPD Blue 14264 Movie "In the Heat of the Night" (1995) (CC) 27784 Frasier 919055 Friends Dateline 391 559 Movie *** "The Chosen" (1981), Rod Steiger World War II: Journey 420887 Movie "The Son Kill (1994) 834326 6389055 10:00 10:30 :harlle Rose 13581 News 7657332 MASH 6251 6 Yews 1060264 Tonight Show Coach 71 264 Late Show ElsenhowerBnd71535 News 20500 Computer News 4874351 News 4963451 News 3814167 News 1302332 C. Affair 19448 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtllne Late Show Tonight Show "China Syndrme" 48002332 Movie **H "The Shadow Riders" (1982) 423974 Movie "Beyond Suspicion" (1994) 1815158 Movie *** "Into the West" (1992), Ellen Barkin 7812142 Hart to Hart 63 Dream-Jeannie r6581 Bewitched Dynasty 6465429 Lucy 640577 M.T. Moore Movie ** "No Escape" (1994) Ray Liotta. (CC) 954413 Movie ***., Movie **+',' Indy 449887 "American Yakuza" 95565448 Movie **» "Crooklyn" (1994) Alfre Woodard. 9716055 Color 4784264 Taxi 269697 Color 9833968 Taxi 3291 58 Comedy Hour 445535 A Few Good Men" (1992) Tom Cruise. (CC) 6772448 Once Upon a Time in the West Press Box 1 (1969) Henry Fonda. 72536697 Sound fX 6375852 Bob Newhart Dick Van Dyke "Woman of Desire" 6193622 Movie "Full Metal Jacket" (1987) 4602069 Soccer: English FA Cup Semifinal 344413 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 6 - Teams TBA 520332 Baseball "The Lady Eve" 61 88790 Polo International Cup. 307142 Sportscenter (CC) 446264 W m TO KA HO HI 0) U3 m m ER CD fM m CM R) m w w 6:00 Wings 250429 6:30 Wings 161581 Heat of Night 243790 Rockford Files 248239 Boss 761 9245 Trial 163784 American Sky Beyond 2000 Real World 7:00 7:30 Murder, She Wrote 61 6061 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 Boxing Andrew Golota vs. Samson Po'uha. (Live) (CC) 530697 10:00 Wings 151239 10:30 Wings 233887 NBA Basketball Playoffs Teams to Be Announced. (Live) (CC) 181887 |NBA Basketball Playoffs: Teams TBA 810887 Biography 991 51 3 I Lovejoy Mysteries 996239 Major League Baseball Colorado Rockies at Atlanta Braves. (Live) (CC) 89251413 Moneyline News 542448 Next Step TBA 71 2239 Waltons413581 Perspectives Soap 3856790 Space 546264 Money Club Love Connect, NBA 3464806 Design. W. Care 6747581 Kids 37741 42 Am. Disasters Steals-Deals Jeffersons News 531 806 Crossfire RootsofCountry813968 TerraX 917697 Treasure Hunt Larry King Live 53441 3 News 80541 3 Music City Tonight 111887 Vanishing Worlds 990055 Prime Time 923264 Shade 162790 Joy of Music SNL 3338332 Wonders Univ. Cal Thomas Shade 703581 Sulllvans Saturday Night World 453500 Equal 3459974 Outof 165887 Rescue 911 628500 Playhouse 3675516 Saturday Night Live 7560041 ;astles Treasure Isle Rivera Live 971 91 42 Law & Order 341 054 Movie "When Time Ran Out" 5874993 Inside Politics | Sports 159871 Club Dance 239603 Brain Our Univ. 896149 To Be Announced 154806 700 Club 156264 In Touch 3582852 Kids In Hall Hometime Whose Line? Home Pro Charles Grodln 9802806 Major League Baseball Oakland Athletics at Chicago White Sox. From Comiskey Park. 544968 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 6 - Teams TBA 8750871 Design. W. Dance Ranch 3744535 O.J. Simpson Trial 223061 Scooby Doo 53528500 Happen. Now Sanford Agu|etasRosa11332 TBA 6750055 Press Box Unsolved Mysteries 399166 NHL 6537245 Movie "Running Delilah" (1994) Kim Cattrall. 143790 Movie *** "I'll Cry Tomorrow" (1955) 4901177 Gossip 623887 Jetsons Roc 514513 Coming Attr. Jetsons Comicview Maria Jose 631 58 Face Off Press Box Talk Soup Jetsons News 548142 Jetsons El On Cable Top 10 PPV David Letterman 617351 Jetsons Jetsons Video Soul 988871 Prlslonera de Amor 72606 Motorsports Press Box Primer Impacto Noc. 89142 TBA 5550055 Press Box TerraX 695603 Beavis 795697 Trial 248719 News 510974 Treasure Hunt Beavis 877245 Father Dowllng 159351 Gospel Politically Inc. Wonders Univ. Real Personal News 158158 News 3926326 SNL 4589061 World 432142 Equal Time Simon 6301 42 Sportsnlght 9890061 Unsolved Mysteries 478087 Til Cry Tomorrow" 7149887 Howard Stem Howard Stem Scooby Doo 7766644 Roc 698351 Noticiero Unl. Face Off (R) Jazz 894413 P. Impacto Press Box 8 PBS-Bunker Hill NBC-Wichita Fox-Wichita/Salina CBS-Topeka ACCESS 6-Salina Fox-Kansas City PBS-Wichita Q ABC-Kansas City UD ABC-Wichita ID Prevue 19 CBS-Wichita ID NBC-Kansas City IEI Encore IH Disney I Weather Channel I Cinemax I Starz If/X I Nickelodeon I HBO I Showtime & American Movie Classics Q) Prime Sports Network ffi ESPN EB USA Network (D TNT 83 Arts & Entertainment 89 WTBS-Atlanta I CNN ITNN I Discovery I Headline News I MTV I VH1 I Family Channel IB C-Span BD Faith & Values OCMTV ED Community Access-Salina CD Community Access-Salina 09 Comedy Central EB The Learning Channel ED CNBC ED Court TV EB WGN-Chicago EB ESPN2 ED Lifetime EBQVC BD America's Talking EBTVi 01 Home Shopping Network (B -9 Request IE) El BO Cartoon Network EB Food Channel QI Newsport EB Cable Health Club BB BET ED Unlvision EB Mind Extension University. '.. ED C-Span 2 ' .' -' (B Prime Sports Showcase'

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