The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 2, 1996 · Page 11
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 11

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 2, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1996 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). You can meet special individuals when you get out of your normal environment and into something new. Entrepreneurs discover ways to revive business. Salespeople succeed with new products. Love heats up with a Leo. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You can cross lines that were impossible before. A sideline business becomes your primary interest. Domestic projects are most enjoyable when everyone Is involved. Join with neighbors on a project to save money and time. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Chances for advancement are improved by socializing with coworkers or associates. Your calm head in last-minute emergencies proves to others how irreplaceable you are. Lovers suggest excursions and getaways. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Managers applaud your assistance on the latest project at' work. In-laws offer new ideas for monetary investment. Your Imagination is running wild, but stay rational because a current lover is completely faithful. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Victory Is finally yours In love. A phone call brings news of a weird event to happen in the near future. Money worries are eased due to extra work done outdoors or on a creative project. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 2). A great power cycle begins in the first week of November and continues through the end of the year. Ask for promotions, raises and even marriage as success is assured. Money comes in January from an investment made by someone else on your behalf. Creative goals are best achieved in December or late November. Your luckiest months are August and January. Best signs for love are Leo and Aquarius. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Behind-the-scenes activity is the key to climbing the ladder at work, so offer to help out whenever possible. Dazzling romance with Cancer or Aries gets even more electric with a' surprise gift. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Luck comes through friends, letters or meetings. Stop taking the easy way out with communication problems. Stick out the argument to the end. Be particularly aware of diet and exercise. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). New information Is hard to hear but will be helpful in the long run. Unique talents must be accented to make a needed career shift. Stop saying yes to everyone. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Push a lover now for commitment and the result is glorious. A business dealing is more complex than realized. Forming groups Is easy for you, so find ways to make it lucrative. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Budgeting gives you new hope and allows you to Invest in a new venture. Many options come your way socially, but only the best should be accepted. Decide quickly about a major household purchase. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Tackle difficult aspects of a project at work first, and the rest is cake. Teachers give special advice. Lovers are welcome to new ideas and theories. Job interviews go well. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You are a star. Stop listening to criticism and your confidence soars. Raise your career goals. Luck in love comes when you hook up with Capricorn or fellow Pisces. Strive for even higher health-related goals. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 Salina today WEATHER Kansas today 72 HIGH 37 LOW Today, partly sunny, bree*y and cooler. High 72. Wind north at 15 to 25 mph and gusty. Tonight, clear, Low around 37. 7:12 p.m. 7:28 a.rrt. Today's Sunset - Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended lor ecast • fODAY: Turning . .much cooler. Mostly cloudy with diminishing winds west in the afternoon, partly sunny east. Highs 55 to 60 northwest to the lower 70s southeast. • TONIGHT: Colder. Partly cloudy west, mostly 'Clear east. Lows from the 30s north to the lower and- mid-40s south. •THURSDAY: Continued cool. Sunny east,, mostly Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday ' Normal Record /Year High 80 77 96/1976 Low 56 51 30/1958,1985 • High and low to 6 p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. , None October to date . None Average October , ,'••".', 2.41 Year to date * .'••..',«$.;' 29.39 Average year through October 26.94 Average year • • • • • 28.95 " DAILY WEATHER* Call COMMUNITY line ' :< if Category 9494 cloudy west. Highs in the lower and mid- •• 60s. • FRIDAY: Dry. Lows in the 40s. Highs in the 70s west and 60s east. • SATURDAY: Dry. Lows In the upper 40s to lower 50s. Highs in the 70s. • SUNDAY: Continued dry. Lows in the upper 40s to lower 50s. Highs in the 70s. KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1 -800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol COLD • WARM STATIONARY Pressure HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville HI LO PREC 80 57 Anchorage HI 41 LO 27 OTLK Clr' Belolt 81 67 Atlanta 68 Rain Chanute 75 50 Boston 70 54 Cohcordla . > 79 58 Clay Chicago: 65 59 . Dodge Cltr 84 54 Cldy Dallas-Ft WortF 88 60 Emporla 78 53 .Cldy Denver 61 40 Garden City 87 49 Cldy Kansas City 65 57 Goodland 89 47 Cldy Las Vegas 87 63 Hutchlnson 78 - 66 Cldy .Los Angeles 78 63 Clr Lawrence 76 , 54 New York City 70 58 Manhattan '80' 58 Cldy Oklahoma City 80 55 Pttsburq •> 77 52 Cldy Omaha 63 51 Russell 83 57 Cldy Orlando 89 75 Topeka 77 54 Cldy Phoenix 94 71 Clr Wichita 78 65 San Francisco 69 55 Cldy PEOPLE The Associated Press Elizabeth Dole rides on the back of Jay Leno's motorcycle on Monday's "The Tonight Show." Liddy turns into biker babe BURBANK, Calif. — Elizabeth Dole is the first biker babe to be married to a Republican presidential nominee. Dole roared onto "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" on the seat of a motorcycle — black helmet on her head and a black leather jacket on her back, bearing the logo "Bikers for Bob." "Jay, look at my jacket. I'm a biker from way back," she said Monday. "I've come a long way man, from Harvard Law School to biker chick." Leno, who's known as a motorcycle collector and rider, drove onto his sound stage with Dole aboard after a post-monologue skit. . In the skit, Dole pretended to be stuck outside the Burbank studio at a security checkpoint. She telephoned Leno to shepherd her inside for the show. "Yeah, rev it baby. Let's get out of here," Dole said as she hopped onto the bike. Carter goes back to school PLAINS, Ga. — Jimmy Carter celebrated his 72nd birthday Tuesday by cutting a red ribbon to open his former high school as a center where tourists can learn about his presidency and the small town that shaped him. The red-brick Plains High School was refurbished as the centerpiece of the Carter Historic Site, which is operated by the National Park Service. Carter led a crowd of about 350 people inside and showed off the principal's office where he once received a paddling. From Wire Service Reports CARTER 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 mln. TIN CUP R *** (*5:00)-7:30 Mid-State • 2 hours 10 mln. LAST MAN STANDING R * (*5:05)-7:25 Mid-State • 1 hour 42 mln. EXTREME MEASURES R *** (*5:00)-7:30 Sunset • 1 hour 57 min. ALASKA PG *** (*5:05)-7:25 Sunset • 1 hour 50 min. Spendthrift wife has a geranium in her cranium Dear Ann Landers: Please tell me what I can do to protect my credit in light of my wife's out-of-control spending habits. I recently found a $ credit card bill for $5,000 that I had not seen before. It was in my name, but I never applied for this card. I phoned the bank that issued the card. They confirmed my name and Social Security number. Apparently, my wife applied for* it, used my name and signed my signature. I then looked around the house for other credit card statements and ^ found four more, totaling $25,000. When I confronted my wife with the evidence, she said she couldn't help herself. I am not a wealthy person, Ann. My wife has a part-time job. I work, pay our ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. bills on time and worry about how we will be able to send our three teen-agers to college. Is the bank that issued the card in my name responsible for authorizing this card without verifying my signature? What can I do about a marriage where trust is fading? — Perturbed in Massillon, Ohio Dear Perturbed: You have some serious problems in addition to the financial mess. Your wife has a geranium in her cranium and needs professional help. You should insist that she get it. Inform her that she no longer has credit anyplace. Then contact the stores where she shops and tell them to close her accounts. (Put it in writing.) As for the past debts, you are stuck, I fear, unless you want to make a major stink about her forging your signature. I doubt that you'd want to do this to the mother of your three children. Good luck. You're going to need it. TV TONIGHT Dear Ann Landers: I wish to make you aware of something that happened to me in New York City recently. I'm sure it will come as a surprise to many. When I was leaving work two weeks ago, I fell while crossing the street as a result of a broken piece of pavement. It happened at the height of the 5 p.m. exodus when people were rushing to go home. To my surprise, I was immediately surrounded by people who rallied around and wanted to help. A bicycle messenger got off his bike and took me to a spot to rest. A well-dressed businessman ran into a store and bought me bottled water. Two employees from my company went back into the building where I work and brought my boss to the scene. Many others stopped and asked, "How can I help?" Someone saw to it that I was sent home to New Jersey in a limousine, I learned soon after that I broke a bone in one foot and the other ankle was severely sprained. Today, I am back at work (on crutches)! for the first time, and I want to thank all those terrific people in New York for their help when I needed it. We all know that N.Y.C. takes a beating from the stories that are printed about the negative happenings. I thought that you might like to hear something on the positive side for a change. — M.G. in Fort Lee," N.J. Dear M.G.: And people say New York is a cruel, heartless city where people don't care about their neighbors. (Remember Kitty Genovese?) Your letter proves this is not so. Thank you for your lovely letter of vindication. Dear Ann: When someone says, "I can't go to an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting because it's too far away," I ask, "How far would you be willing to drive to buy a bottle?" — M.L.M., Oklahoma Dear Okla.: Beautiful. Thanks for the perfect rejoinder Best bets * Beginning at 12:07 p.m. — "Major League Baseball Playoffs," American League playoffs on ESPN, Salina cable channel 38 — Cleveland at Baltimore (12:07 p.m.) and Atlanta at Los Angeles (3:07 p.m., both on ESPN, Salina cable channel 38; and Texas at New York (7:11 p.m.) on Fox, Salina cable channels 4 & 7. • 7 p.m. — "Country Music Awards," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. Vince Gill hosts frpm the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville, Tenn. This year's nominees include Faith Hill, Patty Loveless, Mark O'Connor and Shania Twain. i 7 p,m. — "World of National Geographic," PBS, Salina cable channel 2, (8 p.m. on Salina cable channel 8). Caver Rick Bridges and a film crew descend 1,000 feet into Lechuguilla, the deepest cave in the United States, in "Mysteries Underground." 10/2/86 n a - IE1 IF) m m RB m m 7:00 7:30 National Geographic 26937 Wings 9181 Larroquette 55 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 To Be Announced 81 983 Newsradlo |Men-Badly Law & Order 4647 Major League Baseball Playoffs Divisional Round Game 2 - Teams to Be Announced. 187821 Country Music Awards (Live) (CC) 171376 American 21 11 Salina 8869 |At the Coffee Gallery 64173 |We the People 84937 Major League Baseball Playoffs Divisional Round Game 2 •- Teams to Be Announced. 888173 Book of Virtues 73821 Ellen 90531 Ellen 5227 Townles Townles 1753 National Geographic 99869 Grace 16579 Grace 1647 Country Music Awards (Live) (CC) 189260 Wings 249260 |Larroquette Movie "See No Evil" Cont'd Movie Gont'd Charlie 464685 Newsradlo Carey 2831 4 Carey 3482 Classical Music 79005 Prlmetlme Live 46395 Prlmetlme Live 13463 Men-Badly Law & Order 429579 Movie "The Late Show" (1977) 9734840 Movie "Snoopy, Come Home" 582640 Movie "Night of the Scarecrow" 766043 Prlmetlme 10:00 Kansas Week News 7606840 Simpsons News 787431 4 Salina 63591 News 87227 Dupree63519 News 7794802 News 62591 73 News 6284869 News 8529395 10:30 The Contrary Tonight Show Extra 23005 Late Show United Way Patrol 63647 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtllne Late Show Tonight Show "Reincarnation" 7763821 Avonlea 139173 Movie *s "The Granny" (1995) 693840 Movie **» "The Prophecy" (1995) (CC) 9792376 Movie *** "Bad Boys" (1995) Martin Lawrence. 636463 Mpvle * * * "Legends of the Fall" (1994) (CC) 6999289 News 968918 Inside Politics Picket Fences 2705531 Our House 9385802 Highway to Heaven 777753 Larry King Live 313591 Miami Vice 2721579 Family Theatre] Brooklyn 0rtd. Rescue 811 753173 WENN 610734 |"Mr. Peabody and the Mermaid" 425376 TrishaY. "Kicking *Scrm" 4781260 Movie * * *s "Pulp Fiction" (1994) (CC) 66685753 Arllss 161043 Comedy Half Movie "Copycat" 152395 Movie "A River Runs Through It" (1992), Brad Pitt 27892127 World Today 913735 Color 7756531 Color 7550734 PaJmerstown U.S.A. 9314314 700 Club 773937 Sports 858192 |Moneyllne Picket Fences 2704802 Heroes of the Heart 9364173 Three Stooges 776024 Movie "This Island Earth" (1955) 157840 325996 (33 m & m m Ell GR GEI GK) GIO m & H.-J M3 fekj «B 7:00 7:30 Carter-Song 280685 Prime Time 775395 Absolutely Tracey Ullman 8:00 8:30 George Jones 266005 Hanks 51 7208 Tick 1793314 Auto Racing ARCA 400. (Live) 411753 City of Hope Dr. Katz Pro. 9:00 News 558598 Real World Dream On Lublck 502444 Up Close | Golf USGA Mid-Amateur Championship •• Semifinals. 41 2802 Major League Soccer 9865208 |ln-Llne Skating 4466869 Murder, She Wrote 51 3799 9:30 Dance 273109 Real World Dr. Katz Pro. Athletic Conf. Sportscenter MtBlklng Movie "Reasons of the Heart" (1996) Terry Farrell. 13269192 Movie *** "Midnight Run" (1988) Robert De Niro. 72623869 Movie * *» "Fletch" (1985) Chevy Chase. 4765956 1960 Champ. Sister 733227 NFL Night at the Classics 17610734 NIckFreno Unsolved Mysteries 780227 Politics Yard 9205208 Equal Time Homebulldlng Wild Discovery 430685 SeaTek Happy Days Ultrasclence Happy Days Biography 425753 Wayans Bros. Foxx 721482 10:00 10:30 Dallas 289956 Singled Out Politically Inc. Pathfinders Ren & Stlmpy Dally 3053802 TBA 974647 Major League Baseball 480402 RPM 9958550 NHL 9974598 Silk Stalklngs 468640 Movie "A Fish Called Wanda" 22578550 Movie*** "Seems Like Old Times" (1980) 13954869 Press Box Press Box News 232173 Movie ** "Secrets" (1995) Veronica Mamel. 760463 Rivera Live 8492647 Year by Year 8704463 Discover Magazine 41 6005 Hanging Coffins (R) 251 173 Lucy 263840 Munsters American Justice 401 173 UnReal 924901 Marfa 69735 Canaveral de Pasiones 253444 Celebrity Parenthood 418531 (Gossip 908579 Jonny Quest {Dexter 1 ! 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