The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 19, 1995 · Page 22
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 22

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, May 19, 1995
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3, 1995 ALMANAC The Salina Journal ^flF^tNF^t&^P^ 1 ' "' **T^^ DAILY WEATHER • Call Journal Line 825-6OOO Category 9999 Salina today 77 53 HIGH LOW Today, mostly sunny. High in the mid-70s. South wind 5 to 15 mph. Tonight, a chance for thunderstorms after midnight. Becoming partly cloudy. Low 50 to 55. Kansas Nitlorul WNttwr Service forecast Tcxjay, becoming partly cloudy northwest and mostly sunny elsewhere. Highs in the 70s. Tonight, a chance for thunderstorms north. Partly cloudy. Lows from the mid-40s northwest to the lower 50s east. KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-SOO-58S-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Extended outlook . NutloMlWMttMrStrvtecforacnt Saturday, a chance for thunderstorms north central and northeast. Partly cloudy over the state with highs mainly in the 70s. Sunday, a chance for thunderstorms. Lows in the 50s except the 40s northwest. Highs in the 60s to around 70 north and the low to mid 70s south. Monday, dry. Lows from the lower 40s northwest to the lower 50s southeast. Highs in the 60s. Sun times Today's Sunset : 8:39 p.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise 6:14 a.m. Salina yesterday Temperatures: Normal Record/Year High* 67 77 98/1956 Low* 47 ; 55 '... 29/1953 * to 9 p.m. Precipitation 24-hour to 9 p.m 0.51 May to date _ „ 7.91 Average May 4.13 Year to date 14.75 Average year thru May 10.39 Average year 28.95 **•*• A Goofy Movie (G) 1 hour 1 6 min. • Central - ('5:00) Only *•*• Bad Boys (R) 1 hour 52 min. • Central - 7:10-9:35 ** . Forget Paris (PG1 3) 1 hour 41 min. • Central - ('4:50) 7:15-9:30 French Kiss (PG1 3) 1 hour 48 min. • Central -.('4:45) 7:05-9:20 Crimson Tide (R) 1 hour 53 min. • Central - ('4:30) 7:00-9:25 Die Hard: With A Vengeance (R) 2 hours 12 min. • Mid-State - ('4:20) 7:00-9:35 •*••*•* The Little Princess (G) 1 hour 38 min. • Mid-State - ('4:45) 7:15-9:15 **•*• While You Were Sleeping (PG) 1 hour 40 min. • Sunset - ('4:45) 7:15-9:20 •*• Panther (R) 2 hours 4 min. • Sunset - (M:30) 7:00-9:30 * - Extremely Bad ** - Fair *** - Good *•*** - Excellent * Primetime Show 'sr Seniors Anytime: TOP TEN MOVIES Call Journal Line 825-6OOO Category 6918 Today's Forecast "*Vi> \..?T_'->... Pittsburg 72°| \\\\\\\ .• Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy 50s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday Elsewhere today HI LO PRC HI LO OTLK Belleville NA NA Belolt 68 45 Chanute 58 50.... .25 Coffeyville 59 52 63 Conoordia 66 46 58 Dodge City ...! 65 41..:. .31 Emporia 61 47 12 Garden City 66 36 18 Goodland 64 33 53 Hutchinson 66 47 55 Lawrence .NA NA Manhattan 65 49 82 Pittsburg 58 53 ....1.09 Russell 66 44 49 Topeka ..61 49 50 Wichita 66 '.49 01 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 59. ...39. .......80.........67. 65 ;...53. ,70 .......;.45. 85. ...52. 73 43. ...73 42. 92 65. .......72 ....57. ,69 ....58. 76 .........50. IZ94 \'"'"JZ. 97 ....67. .......67 61. 69 45. ......cdy ......cdy ,.. ,m ........clr ..<.....(* cdy clr clr cdy m clr ........clr ......cdy clr ..;...cdy clr P^aF*\ A YTAstllACADl£, O1995 Joyce Jillson distributed by Creators Syndicate Inc. L ffs m ii ^1^** $Hk^iaiL\ Joyce Ld^nlllBlPrJ Jillson •BHBBJBtftJ ARIES (March 21-April 19). Yes, plans for the evening are a go -- if you don't have any, you probably will by the day's end. It's a great weekend for joining neighborhood cru- • sades. Don't procrastinate today ~ wait until Sunday. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Impressive results of your efforts bring higher prestige and promotion. You're sitting on top of the world, what with all the unexpected breaks you've been getting - events are helping you make a profitl GEMINI (May 21 -June 21). The weekend agenda is carried out pretty much as planned, but events that occur while you're at that party or on that date will be quite startling. Dress right, and be ready to meet interesting folks. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Try not to get upset when your mate tells you what got misplaced or spent In a way that you consider wasteful — • successful riders of the tide of time know when to fret and when to just let it pass. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Enjoy a friend or the pleasure of your mate's company tonight, as you've been so involved with your own accomplishments lately that you may have lost touch with an important partnership. Get plenty of rest, too. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 19). You'll be surprised as your career direction solidifies in June - you're getting what you've long waited for. New jobs come in June. Decorate at home. Establish an independent base in August ~ In September, the chance to do it your way is yoursl Learning the latest methods is the key to success in October. The past returns in November. You're secure in '96. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your mental engines are racing, and you may awaken early with an idea or a worry -work some of the restless energy out by catching up on routines at home. Take extra care with electrical gadgetry. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). A flirtation can become an infatuation quickly. A bright idea •can become a project quite suddenly. An exciting opportunity may include a trip to an exotic place -- be prepared for a weekend of romance and fun. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). All the care in the world can't keep' someone in the family from making his or her own mistakes -- be philosophical. Make appointments for checkups, and turn your attention to •home maintenance this weekend. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Exciting new friendships are paving the way to good fortune - learn all you can from a dynamic expert in a burgeoning field. If you are traveling this weekend, today and Sunday are definitely the bestl CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Home care and bill-paying may be on your mind - despite unexpected occurrences, your powerful organizational abilities are more than adequate to handle your concerns. You're great at entertaining on a budget. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). It's an exciting time for romance because your heart is subject to flutters triggered by several new people who're coming into your sphere! You'll be cool and aloof, fooling all around you. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Try giving cranky family members some sympathy ~ then, leave them alone to stew in their own juices. A dream tonight can be a real clue to where the end of the rainbow lies -- don't ignore your intuition. i^^fc HOROSCOPES • Call Journal Line SPONSORED W G BotfC\fe ^ 825-6OOO Category 7827 BY ^^^^^^J TU ~ TV'S BEST BETS • Call Journal Line 825-6OOO Category 6917 A nwniBuuus NIGHT FOR A BOONDANCE The Associated Press Joanna Haioood (left) and Paul Benny dance in front of the clock face on San Francicco'i Ferry Building during Zacchc/s pprformance of "Moon" sponsored by the San Francisco Arts Commission oh Wednesday. Siegfried and Roy thank Liberace LAS VEGAS — Thanks, Liberace. Siegfried and Roy couldn't have done it without you. The illusionists say the flashy pianist encouraged them when they were trying to crack the tough Las Vegas entertainment scene 25 years ago. "We were nobodys, but he treated us as equals," Siegfried said. "He told us, 'Never take your audience for granted. Love your audience and they'll love you back."' Siegfried and received the second annual Liberace Legend Award on Wednesday at a fund-raiser for the Liberace Foundation for the Performing and Creative Arts. Liberace died in 1987. Boomer to donate to Cystic Fibrosis CINCINNATI — New York Jets quarterback Boomer Esiason is pledging $1.6 million to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to help fight the disease that afflicts his 4-year-old son. The former Cincinnati Bengals quarterback will announce his pledge Friday at Children's Hospital Medical Center, where son Gunnar receives treatment. The hospital is naming its pulmonary medicine clinic for the boy. Esiason The money is to be raised through Boomer Esiason's Heroes Foundation. Cystic fibrosis is a genetic disease that causes mucus to clog the lungs, creating infections. Most of victims die before age 30. New Reagan book might make you cry SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — Nancy Reagan says a new collection of the wit and wisdom of Ronald Reagan will bring tears to your eyes. "If you ever want to get the essence of the man, it's there," Nancy Reagan said Wednesday as she looked at one of the first copies of "Ronald Reagan: The Wisdom and Humor of the Great Communicator." The book, due in stores May 30, was put together by Frederick J. Ryan Jr., an aide to Ronald Reagan after he left the White House. "It makes you laugh, think, turns your heart," Ryan said. "Cry," interjected Nancy Reagan, who signed copies for -more than 400 people at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. Nancy Reagan didn't take any questions about her husband's health. The former president disclosed in November that he has Alzheimer's disease. Pope given 75th birthday wishes VATICAN CITY — It was just another workday Thursday for Pope John Paul II, except for that serenade to remind him he's 75 years old. In the morning, he delivered three speeches. He had lunch with six cardinals and worked on speeches he will give during a trip this weekend to the Czech Republic and his native Poland. And he received a group of Indian bishops who sang "Happy Birthday" in English, said spokesman Joaquin Navarro. The pope sang along, Navarro said. • From Wire Service Reports 19 Friday •Art reception: Exhibit by KWU students Kristen Lott and Jennifer Ross. 6:30-10 p.m., University Gallery.m Sams Hall at Kansas Wesleyan University. Free. Information: 827-5541 ext. 345/ •Music: Art a la Carte, Roosevelt- Lincoln Middle School Jazz Band. 12:20 p.m., Campbell Plaza, 100 block S. Santa Fe. Free. Information: 826-7410. •Music: Ghost Himself, light rock & pop. 7:30-10:30 p.m., The Coffee Gallery, 104 S. Fifth. No cover charge. Information: 823-5093. •Atwood: Early Rod Run, street rod car show. Information: 626-3144. •Lindsborg: Folksingers Mike Mattson and Teresa Weaver. 9 p.m., Coffeehouse of Lindsborg, 124 S. Main. No cover charge. Information: 227-2842. • Lindsborg: Red Baron Ambucs 15th Anniversary and Installation Celebration, 6 p.m., Hideaway Restaurant. Individual tickets off menu. Information: 227-2933. Ghost Himself Light rock music 7:30 to 10:30 p.m' The Coffee Gallery 104S. Fifth Information: 823-5093 20 Saturday •Graduation: Brown Mackie College commencement. 1 p.m., Bicentennial Center Heritage Hall. Information: 825-5422. •Workshop: Sesame Street PEP Workshop for child care professionals, sponsored by Smoky Hills Public TV, 8:30 a.m., Sunflower Bank Com- munity Room, 2450 S. Ninth. Registration: $15. Reservations/information: 483-6990. •Atwood: Early Rod Run, street rod car show, festival, dance, drag races, poker run. Information: 6263144. •Inman: Dulcimer Fusion, Dean and Renee Lippincott and Brent Pierce. 7 p.m., Penner Farm. Tickets: $6. information: (316) 585-2374. •Lindsborg: Tom Cannon and Idle Threats, bluegrass. 9 p.m., Coffeehouse of Lindsborg, 124 S. Main. No • cover charge. Information: 227-2842. ! • Lindsborg: Dr. Bruce Kahler discusses "Lessons from the Amish," 10:30 a.m., Social Science Building, Bethany College. Free. How to list an event: Items for the Calendar of Events should be sent at least two weeks in ad- • vance to: Calendar of Events, The Salina Journal, P.O. Box 740, Salina 67402. Be sure to include name, address and telephone number. **^ 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 For detailed listings, see TV Week Magazine in Saturday's Salina Journal TONIGHT'S LISTINGS S/1W95 U o 0 Q O u 0 U Ui) fa IB ID IB ra Uil d w m yg m m a) 6:00 6:30 MacNell-Lehrer 20600 News 277 Simpsons News 7987 Access 3987 News 89703 H. Patrol 529 Roseanne Fortune 1567 Junior 7567 Ent. Tonight MacNell-Lehrer 91 567 News 29345 . News 7161 News 9529 News 852258 Edition 47797 Entertain. 5513 Fortune 31 09 Simpsons 7:00 WashWk7426 7:30 Wall St. 31 55 Unsolved Mysteries 9797 Secrets of the X-Files 94258 TV's All-Time Favorites 96074 Jammin' 14432 Secrets of the X-Files 54600 WashWk7838 Family 95890 Family 5068 Wall St. 8819 Boy-World Boy-World TV's All-Time Favorites 5261 6 [Unsolved Mysteries 694123 Movie *** "Kelly's Heroes" (1970) Clint Eastwood. Cont'd Movie "Never a Dull" Cont'd Movie "Starman" (1984) Cont'd Movie "Lorenzo's Oil" Cont'd Under Scrutiny Doug 850890 Back Chat Looney Tunes Movie "Licence to Kill" Cont'd Movie "Poltergeist" Cont'd Gene Autry 81 5987 Soccer 228838 Sportscenter Press Box 8:00 Market 9074 8:30 9:00 Mid-America 29551 3 9:30 10:00 People in Motion 85651 3 Daytime Emmy Awards (Live) (CC) 5161 X-Files 80726 Star Trek: Voyager 10242 Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy (CC) 16838 Festival 1890 Junior 4797 X-Files 43548 . . Kansas Week Step 11 838 Step 7616 Kansas 5093 Cooper 90345 Cooper 9451 Our Children Are 1061 6 News 50884 Group 98906 1 on 1 90884 20/20 72074 20/20 56432 Ed Sullivan All-Star Comedy (CC) 65180 Daytime Emmy Awards (Live) (CC) i 1 2277 ^ Movie "Don't Cry, It's Only Thunder" (1982) 6210971 Movie **« "The Moon-Spinners" (1964) (CC) 9514635 Movie "The Young Americans" (1993) Harvey Keitel. 981529 Movie * * "The Principal"^ 987) James Belushr. 7823258 Hart to Hart 621 4797 Dream-Jeannie Bewitched Dynasty 6396345 Lucy 135093 Movie "A House In the Hills" (1993) 256971 M.T. Moore News 7595548 10:30 "Road" 31616 Tonight Show Legend 93529 News 1991 180 Music 40345 News 51 61 6 Media Watch News 4712567 News 1812187 News 4268203 News 1240548 Late Show Festival 59093 C. Affair 60364 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nightllne Late Show Tonight Show Movie "48 MRS." 7995890 Movie * * * "The Trouble With Angels" (1966) 39442451 Movie "On Deadly Ground" (1994) 3397426 Movie "On the Streets of LA." 4131093 Personal fX 631 61 09 Taxi 487093 Comedy Hour 981 567 Movie ** "The Principal" (1987) James Belushi. 345703 Taxi 370884 Emmanuelle 98884180 Sound fX 621 3068 • BobNewhart I Dick Van Dyke Movie *K "Play Nice" (1992) 157635 Outer Limits 741 703 Movie * * * "The Great Race" (1 965) Tony Curtis. 80639780 "Return-Dead 3" 7271797 Movie "How to Steal a Million" 72872432 Indy 498155 {Women's Pro Beach Volleyball (R) 379857 | Boxing Prime Championship Series. 561180 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Western Conference Quarterfinal Game 7 - Teams TBA 173426 Baseball {SporUcenter (CC) 568432 m. fit Hn 133 m SI m m [m CFJ en GEl EB HI PB ID GB 6:00 Wings 396277 6:30 Wings 387529 Heat of Night 292068 RocMord Files 468093 BOSS 7540161 Trial 301 109 American Sky Beyond 2000 Real World 7:00 7:30 Murder, She Wrote 745529 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 Movie *** "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" (1984) (CC) 755364 NBA Basketball Playoffs Teams to Be Announced. (Live) (CC) 632529 Biography 894141 I Investigative Ri Insde-NBA sports 110819 {Ancient Mysteries 494105 Major League Baseball Florida Marlins at Atlanta Braves. (Live) (CC) 89262529 Moneyline News 66461 6 Next Step TBA 930635 Waltons 655567 Heart 6767345 Absolutely Space 668432 Money Club Love Connect Jam 3395722 Design. W. Holyfield Family Times Saunders Am. Disasters Steals-Deals Jeffersons News 653074 Crossfire Yesteryear (R) 136744 Fangs! 109703 Larry King Live 769109 News 834669 Music City Tonight 257635 Wings 118451 Top 20 Video Countdown 907597 Shade 291258 Life Choices Shade 938277 Man Alive Rescue 91 1272258 VISN Agenda 3506432 Mystery Science Theater 3000 8541 1 61 Mysteries of Peru 831 172 Poz-Don Equal 3380890 Who, Stonehenge 536780 Rivera Live 9720258 Columbo481890 News '495068 10:30 Duckman "Clash of the Titans" 373364 Law & Order 244682 Movie ** "Sidekicks" (1974) 32148971 Inside Politics {Sports 368529 Club Dance 159451 Wild West (R) 105987 State 461 600 Beavis 552426 700 Club 285722 Famlly.Series 3420068 Kids In Hall Whose Line? BermudaTri431136 Charles Grodin 9733722 Trial 377277 Path-Stardom Fangsl 108074 Beavis 91 3093 Racing 91 5451 Gospel Jamms Politically Inc. Sports 626513 Rescue 911 News 3857242 Saturday Night Mysteries of Peru 281613 Real Personal Equal Time Major League Baseball: Cubs at Dodgers 26231797 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Western Conference Quarterfinal Game 7 - Teams TBA 8761987 Design. W. The Box Barbara Walters 196884 Super Adventures 9681068 Daytime Emmy Awards Pre-Show (Live) 652426 Ghosts Happen. Now Ghosts W. Happening Agujetas Rosa 77180 Sports Edge Press Box Flintstones ' Roc 217123 Jetsons Comlcview Maria Jose 30068 Motorsports Press Box NHL 64681 61 Movie **s "Code of Silence" (1985) 289548 G-Force Jonny Quest Talk Soup 6531 55 Bugs & Daffy 85112548 ScoobyDoo 9776180 Daytime's Bright. 74681 9 Tom and Jerry 1360203 Video Soul Top 20 197529 Pelicula 16432 Innervlew Press Box Face Off Press Box Sportsnlght 9738277 Design. W. Design. W. Super Adventures 9786567 • Howard Stern Space G Roc 727819 NotlcieroUni. Lacrosse Wkly Howard Stem Moxy Pirate News 736567 P. 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