The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 10, 1996 · Page 6
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 6

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, October 10, 1996
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL Almanac THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1996 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). It's OK to repeat yourself because what you say is important. Those you see often overlook your talents, but strangers are impressed with your expertise and skill. Unveil plans immediately or others may try to steal your ideas. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Hone your talents by surrounding yourself with people more accomplished than you. A message or remark haunts you. Your intuition is accurate. Salvage a friendship by making overtures now. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Consolidate debts for peace of mind and relaxation. Job interviews, phone calls and letters bring you financial benefits. Don't go out of your way to please snobby friends. People in the arts seek you and request your presence. •CANCER (June 22-July 22). There is no need to change what you like about yourself, so don't be talked into it. Seize an opportunity to get into a new line of work. Travel is your link to a new romance. Compromise with your lover only as a last resort. *" • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Find power through friends or relatives. Start fresh at work, and reinitiate projects. Decisions are reversed in your favor. Curtail social activities in fairness to your spouse. Taurus loves you passionately but might not say so. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 10). You've made a promising start in a new investment that pays huge dividends in January. Don't get cold feet in love -- marriage is perfect for you this fall. Money comes through raises in March. Relatives give you use of a vacation home. Geminis and Scorpios are ideal partners, and one will likely pop the question. Luck comes through legal matters or real estate in May. • VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22). Use willpower -success is just around the corner. A little less discipline and a little more emotion pleases a current love. Temperamental people aid your career. Quicken your pace or you'll lose a chance to make money. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Pay up - don't make others wait. You redeem yourself with actions that are timely and intelligent. Disregard the boasts of coworkers. Keep your options open as long as possible. Children need your attention. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Give in to romance, but resist a tempting financial offer. See all sides of a matter or you'll forget one vital detail. Supposedly close friends harbor doubts about your talent. Seek out Capricorns to lift your spirits. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Jealousy backfires. Clear up misunderstandings in private don't air your grievances. Romantic interludes are fabulous. Follow through with old ideas, as the timing is perfect to implement them. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). If you don't make decisions, partners will make them for you. Someone you already know could help you in business. Prevent onerous .mistakes by giving specific instructions and details. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You have talent but will be bypassed by less gifted people if you don't practice. Your conscience is bothering you. Relationships improve when you vent your grievances and tell the truth. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You've shortchanged your family; make up for this with special attention. Sacrifices for a child will be repaid many times. Love blossdms on the job, particularly with a fellow Pisces or a Cancer. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 MOVIES *Bad **Falr ***Good **** Excellent Children 4 Senlora $3.60 'Prlnwtlme Adults W.75 Other TlmM $6.60 That Thing You Do PG *** (•5:00)-7:30 Central «1 hour48mln. First Kid PG ** Central • 1 hour 41 min Fly Away Home PG ***'/* (•5:05)-7:20 Central • 1 hour 47 min. First Wives Club PG ** (•5:10)-7:25 Central »1 hour 43 min. Emma PG *** (•5:05)-7:25 Mid-State-1 hour 51 min. The Glimmer Man R N/A (•5:00)-7:30 Mid-State* 2 hours Extreme Measures R *** (•5:00)-7:30 Sunset «1 hour 57 min. Mighty Ducks 3 PG * ('5:05)-7:25 Sunset • 1 hour 44 m!n. SaHna today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 63 HIGH 40 LOW Today, partly sunny. High 63. Northeast wind 5 to 15 mph becoming southeast 5 to 15 mph by late afternoon. Tonight, mostly clear. Lows around 40. ; . 7:00 p.m. Today's Sunset 7:35 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast .*.....» ^^.ffl-- .1-.* — ^ ..,^^«iA B ^.t^**.to--fc-- «*-*fr|. Salina]63° |« \ Topeka 64°| ' Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny PI Cloudy Cloud] • TODAY: Mostly sunny. Highs from around 60 northeast to the lower 70s southwest. • TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Lows in the • 40s. • FRIDAY: Warmer and mostly sunny. Highs from the lower 70s northeast to near 85 southwest. • SATURDAY: Dry Warm and mostly sunny. Lows in the 40s. Highs 75 to 85., • SUNDAY: Dry and cooler. Partly cloudy early becoming sunny late afternoon. Lows 45 to 55. Highs in the 70s. • MONDAY: Dry. Lows 35 to 45. Highs 65 to 75. . U.S. SaHna yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 75 75 94/1921' Low 49 47 29/1922 • High and low to 6 p.m 50s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L 1996 AccuWeathe LOW S^ERS^A!N STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. October to date Average October Year to date \, Average year through October Average year .: DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol None 0.06 2.41 29.45 26.94 28.95 Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Beloit • , Chanute Concordla Dodae Citv •• Emporia , Garden Citv Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsbura Russell Topeka ' Wichita HI 70 73 74' 71 74 73 75 71 74 69 71 73 7270 76 . LO PREC 46 44 46 46 45 50 43 40 49 52 43 49 45 , .45 52 . Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver • Kansas City Las Veaas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 38 68 66 SO 78 79 62 94 81 64 71 60 :: 81 102 69 LO 30 SO 58 40 48 40 40 63 60 56 50 35 61 74 57 •' OTLK Cldy. Cldy Rain Cldy Clr ~5¥ Clr Clr Cdy Cldy Clr ." • Clr cW , Clr ;•- Cldy The Boss doesn't back Bob NEPTUNE, N. J. — Bruce Springsteen is trying to set the record straight — he is not backing Bob Dole for president The Dole bus blared Springsteens Born in the U.S.A." on Monday —" as the campaign caravan rolled into Red Bank, one town away from Rumson, where Springsteen owns a home. "I read in The Press this morning that my music was appropriated for the Republican rally for Bob Dole in Red Bank yesterday Just for the record, I'd like to make clear that it was used without my permission and I am not a supporter of the Republican ticket," the message said. This is not the first time Springsteen has been unwillingly thrust into the political arena. In 1984, Springsteen issued a similar pronouncement after President Ronald Reagan invoked the name of "The Boss" during a campaign swing through New Jersey. Say, 'good buy,' Gracie LOS ANGELES — Want to buy some of George Burns' cigars? Or a pair of his familiar round glasses? These and 263 other items can be purchased at Sotheby's Beverly Hills auction house today. Sotheby's bid estimates: cigars up to $1,200; the glasses $1,500 and a director's chair from Burns' office $5,000. Not exactly prices commanded at this summer's Jackie Kennedy auction, but Burns lived less grandly, occupying the same Beverly Hills house for 61 years. Sotheby's estimates the total return at from $250,000 to $350,000. Auction proceeds will go to the comedian's favorite charities: Cedar Sinai Medical Center, United Jewish Fund and the Motion Picture and Television Fund. Burns died March 9, two months after his 100th birthday. Happy Koreans greet Jacko SEOUL, South Korea—Michael Jackson was greeted by hundreds of jumping, weeping, sign-waving fans Wednesday in South Korea, where his act is strictly adults only'. "We love you. Thank you," Jackson said at the Kimpo Airport as police struggled to contain the throng. Jackson's concerts • Friday and Sunday in Seoul had been opposed . for months by Christian, civic and consumer groups upset by the 1993 child molestation allegations against Jackson. The groups said Jackson was a negative influence on youth. From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE T AUVIUC •••Pi Thanks to Ann, reader recognized signs ot stroke Dear Ann Landers: If it weren't for one of your recent columns, I might be either dead or paralyzed. I owe you a large debt of gratitude. For about a week, I had been experiencing temporary numbness in my left arm and hand. The numbness was sometimes accompanied by periodic paralysis of my left hand. My first thoughts were that I either hit my crazy bone or had perhaps been using my computer too much. As I read your column describing the symptoms of a stroke, I immediately recognized that my numbness matched the early warning signs you had mentioned. I dropped the newspaper and went directly to the emergency room. The CAT scan revealed a large mass of ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. blood in the crevice between my brain and my skull. Fortunately, the operation to drain the fluid was a complete success and the doctors say there should be no lasting effects. For this, I am extremely thankful. Please know I am enormously grateful to you, Ann, for the perfect timing of that column. — Alive and Well in Springfield, Mass. Dear Alive and Well: Letters such as yours make my day. Every now and then, I hear from readers telling me I should stop practicing medicine without a license. Describing symptoms, in my opinion, is a far cry from practicing medicine. Rest assured I intend to continue to educate my readers until my typewriter falls apart. Dear Ann Landers: A year ago, I separated from my husband. After three months, I left the state with "Jake." We have been living together, along with my TV TONIGHT three young children and Jake's 14-year- old son, "Jeremy." The boy decided he wanted to live with us rather than his mother. Ann, Jeremy isn't a typical 14-year-old. Sometimes he acts like he's 4. He plays with my 3-year-old as if they were the same age. Other times, he demands that he be treated as an adult and reminds us that he is a teen-ager now. Jake and I are expecting a baby in a few months and are living in a small, two-bedroom bungalow. We agreed that we couldn't afford to have Jeremy live with us, and I thought it was settled, but without consulting me, Jake invited Jeremy to stay. The boy now complains that he is tired of sleeping on the couch and keeps asking his dad to buy him things we can't afford. He is rude and disrespectful and talks back to me and his father. Meanwhile, my kids are picking up some of Jeremy's bad habits and using street lan- guage, which I never heard from them before. Jake seems to think a lot of our problems are my fault. I've asked him to send Jeremy back to his mother, but he refuses. This doesn't feel like my house anymore. I don't know how to handle this. Should I just shut up and take it or what? — Losing It in Wisconsin Dear Wisconsin: You need the support of an unbiased outsider. Insist that Jake go with you to a family counselor. Your relationship is at stake. Jeremy needs counseling, too. He should be told to accept counseling or he will be shipped back to his mother. Let him know that counseling is not punishment but rather an opportunity to express his feelings, which will make him feel better about himself and the people around him. An outside party could turn this mess into a real positive. I'm glad you wrote. Good luck. Best bets • 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. — "Major League Baseball Playoffs," 3 p.m. on NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13, Game 2 of the American League championship game; and 7 p.m. on Fox, Salina cable channels 4 & 7. National League championship series game 2. . 8 p. m .-- "Seinfeld," NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13. Jerry discovers a hidden talent when Kramer gets him to perform an illegal activity; George acts like a <yi<yw! Q Wild Am. 6381 [Nature 9107 ' p.m. — "Murder One," ABC, Salina cable channel? 9 & 10. Season premiere. Following a political assassination, a high- powered prosecutor quits his job to defend the accused. t 8 'p.m. — "Mystery!," PBS, Salina cable channel 2 (9 p.m. on Salina cable channel 8). In "Oliver's Travels," Oliver and police detective Diane Priest set out for the Orkney Islands, pursuing clues in two rural murders and the missing crossword maven. 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