The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 13, 1996 · Page 27
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL Almanac SUNDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1996 D7 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate ,. Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). You break out of a rut with a new, enthusiastic attitude. Others gravitate to you. Start a new romance with a Scorpio or Gemini. A wave of creativity on your part is the spark for a social event. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Short trips, especially to visit family members, are lucky. Contact ojd.friends or a former roommate. Facts given to you regarding finances need to be double-checked as soon as possible. An Aries thinks fondly of you. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Take a new track when trying to persuade family members. What seems to be jealousy is really true love. Exhibit musical or physical talent at a community event. Resist the urge to indulge in sweets. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Elevate yourself through continued studies. You learn through sports how to compete in other areas of life. Get feedback from a current love or mix-ups will occur. Relax with the help of a friend who understands you. •"•••LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Vent your anger or it may sabotage a worthwhile relationship. Keep your funds separate, as a family member Is mismanaging money. You have luck with community or church groups. Participate in life. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 13). Progress in your career comes in the next month with the help of c|pse friend. You have luck with new partnerships in March. Your intuition brings a windfall in November. A new love is successful by the new year. Old loves get renewed in December. Creative venues should be explored in the summer months. Your best signs for love and marriage are Sagittarius and Capricorn. •.VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Call or visit a currant love on the spur of the moment. Plans may be altered due to family obligations. Study for an upcoming test carefully. You are tempted to divulge privileged information. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Try new endeavors, and stop worrying about failure. You have special protectors now. Be careful not to take on more responsibility than you can handle. Plan vacations well in advance. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Relatives side with you in disputes. Surprise invitations, proposals and offers arrive. Your artistic skills lead the way to make side money. Eliminate .an existing moneysaving system in favor of a new one. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A phone call can bring a lost love back. Implement ideas immediately before others get a chance. Your finances seem to be in limbo, but are actually quite fortunate. Be patient. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You must mefet a challenge openly and head-on. Persevering impresses superiors who are closely monitoring this matter. Love sparks at a social event, especially with a Taurus or Libra. A friend seeks advice. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Trust in your own judgment. Separate love and business. Avoid making promises until all the information has been given. A current romance needs a new life or a renewed commitment. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Start new businesses, change schools, or reactivate your social life. Anything creative begun now is positive. Children repay loans. Entertaining goes brilliantly, particularly with a big crowd. Call relatives tonight. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line !ii Category 7827 WEATHER 85 HIGH LOW Today, sunny, breezy and continued warm, High 85. South wind 15 to 25 mplVTbnight, mostly clear. Low 57. - » ' - : 6:55 p.m. Today's Sunset. 7!3&a,rri. Tomorrow's Surifise Extended forecast Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy • TODAY: Continued unseas6nably warm statewide. Near record highs northwest. Sunny. Breezy east. H[ighs mid-80s east to upper northwest and 80 to 80s and lower 90s 85 elsewhere. west. , • TUESDAY: Dry. • TONIGHT: Mostly Lows in the mid-40s' clear. Lows 50 to 55 to lower 50s. Highs in northwest to around the 70s. 60 east. • MONDAY: Cooler northwest. Not quite as warm elsewhere. Partly cloudy west and south. Mostly sunny northeast. Highs 75 to 80 TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 81 74 94/1899 Low 50 49 .21/1917 • High and low to6p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. None October to date 0.06 Average October . 2,41 Year to date . . 29.45 Average year through October 26.94 Average year < 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line i:T4--f:M'M Category 9494.. KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol 50s' 50s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure . H L HIGH LOW SHOWERS PAIN T-STOPMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Belolt Chanute Concordia Dodge'City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan 'Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 80 83 76 80 84 79 87 91 80 76 80 78 83 78 80 LO PREC 52 52 52 54 • 53 53 49 '46 53 54 54 ' 54 51 54 53 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 32 76 61 76 85 83 80 - 88 - 76 , 70 82 81 83 97 70 LO 25 44 45 54 60 47 59 60 58 53 58 .54 63 71 55 OTLK, Cldy ' Clr Cldy Clr Clr Clr • Clr . Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr Clr Cldy Cldy Clr PEOPLE Chastity's sexuality tests Cher WASHINGTON — Accepting her daughter as a lesbian tested Cher. "I think I had a particularly difficult time," the singer-actress told more than 1,000 people gathered for a National Coming Out Day rally. "I was very un-Cherlike in my acceptance of my daughter's choice." Cher's journey to acceptance was cheered CHER Friday, the first time she has appeared publicly to discuss Chastity Bono's homosexuality. "What do you do when this person is not doing the normal thing and they're supposed to be an extension of you?" asked Cher, speaking nervously at first. "It's the most difficult thing to achieve — to love people who are different than you, who believe differently, who look differently." Singer patronizes Londonites LONDON — You say to-MAY-to, I say to-MAH-to. George Michael waffles. Performing for "MTV Unplugged" on Friday night, the pop star sang his version of the 1991 Bonnie Raitt hit, "I Can't Make You Love Me." When he came to the line "Don't patronize," he pronounced it Americanstyle: PAY-tronize. Then he waved the choir and orchestra to stop and said, "In England, we say PAH-tronize, don't we?" Recognizing the British pronunciation brought cheers from the several hundred loyal London area fans in attendance. Dole lands 'American Boy' NASHVILLE, Tenn. — "Soul Man" told the Dole Man hands off. Then the Boss stiff-armed him, so Bob Dole turned to country singer Eddie Rabbitt to borrow an election tune. The GOP presidential candidate asked to use Rabbitt's song "American Boy" at political rallies. "He said, Tm really a big fan and I really enjoy your music and I really like your song,'" Rabbitt said Friday night. "I said, 'With my pleasure, you can use my song.'" "Soul Man" license holders threatened legal action over unauthorized use of the song, modified by the campaign to "Dole Man." Then Bruce Springsteen objected to Dole's use of "Born in The U.S.A." Rabbitt, a Republican supporter, is best known for the hit "I Love A Rainy Night." He performed for George Bush during the 1992 presidential race and said he'd be glad to do the same for Dole. From Wire Service Reports DOLE MOVIES * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children & Scnlora $3.60 •Prlmetlme Adults $3.75 OthorTlmej J5.50 That Thing You Do PG *** - C2:05-*4:35)-7:05 Central • 1 hour 48 min. The Chamber R ** (•2:00-'4:30)-7:00 Central • 1 hour 50 mln. First Kid PG ** (•2:15-'4:45) • Central >1 hour 41 mln Extreme Measures R *** 7:15 Central • 1 hour 57 min. First Wives Club PG ** (•2:10-'4:40)-7:10 Central • 1 hour 43 min. Ghost And The Darkness R !4 (•2:15-'4:45)-7:00 Mid-State «1 hour 44 mln. The Glimmer Man R ** ('2:20-'4:50)-7:05 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 mln. Long Kiss Goodnight R **'/2 (•2:00-'4:30)-7:00 Sunset • 2 hours Mighty Ducks 3 PG * ('1:55-'4:00)-6:00 Sunset • 1 hour 44 min. Best bets T ADVICE Watch out who you sit by—you might get hitched • 6 p.m. — "Dinosaur Hunters," TBS, Salina cable channel 42. Scientists Michael Novacek and Mark Norell of the American Museum of Natural History lead an expedition that discovered the fossilized remains of an 80-million- year-old nesting Oviraptor. • 7 p.m. — "Nature," PBS. Salina cable channel 2. Season premiere. The series' 15th season opens with a high-tech study of sperm whales filmed near New Zealand, the Azores and the Caribbean island of Dominica. , 9 p<m . _ "Masterpiece Theatre," PBS, Salina cable channels 2 & 8. "Moll Flanders" is the presentation that opens the series' 26th season. The Daniel Defoe tale revolves around a notorious, much-married heroine. Part 1 of 2. • 8 p.m. -' "CNN Presents," CNN, Salina cable channel 23. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Elizabeth Hanford Dole are profiled. • 8 p.m. — "Titanic," Discovery, Salina cable channel 52. Tracing the steps of the expedition to raise the hull of the Titanic. ' Dear Readers: Do you believe in fate? Or is it just dumb luck — a matter of being in the right place at the right time? When I asked my readers how they met their mates, I was struck by how frequently Cupid had arranged for them to be sitting next to one another. I then said, "I'd love to hear from readers who married a seatmate. Please send the details." An incredible number of men and women told me they just happened to be seated next to one anoth- ^ er on a plane, train, bus, roller coaster, streetcar or camel ride. Here is a sampling of what the mail has been like: From Aiken, S.C.: While representing the U.S. Embassy as a judge at a "Miss ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. World Peace" contest in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, in 1973, I was seated next to a distinguished-looking Englishman who was also a judge. His name was Alan Wood. It was love at first sight. I felt that I was the winner of the grand prize when Alan asked me to marry him several weeks later. What a lucky seat that was! — Marjorie Bennett Wood Lincoln, Neb.: We met in a football stadium. It was the Iowa-Nebraska football game, and "Jimmy" was seated next to me. We started to talk. Now, 12 years later, we have three little Cornhuskers. Scotts Valley, Calif.: I was seated next to a handsome young man one Sunday in church. When hymn time came, his voice fascinated me. I said, "You have a beautiful voice. How come you aren't singing in the choir?" He replied, "I would rather be here sitting next to you." You guessed it. We were married six months later and have had 46 happy years together. Silver Spring, Md.: I met my true love TV TONIGHT on a hiking club outing. It was 1969. We sat next to each other around the campfire. She went nuts over my Southern accent and gave me her extra butterfly net. We married the following year. Oneonta, N.Y.: We met in a courtroom — both of us were attorneys, and we sat at opposite tables. He represented the other side. It was a bitterly fought case, and I won. I thought he would never speak to me again, but I was wrong. After the verdict was read, he congratulated me and said, "Let's have lunch." We have been married for 11 years, and he has yet to win an argument. Cleveland: We were seated next to one another in the dentist's waiting room. I pretended to be reading, but it was hard to keep my eyes off him. He was so handsome. When he asked, "Don't I know you from somewhere?" I replied, "I don't think so. If we had met, I certainly would not have forgotten it." That was 16 years ago, and we are now taking our four kids to the same dentist. Indianapolis: I sat next to him at the Red Cross cookie counter after donating blood. He quipped, "You're just my type — how about lunch?" That was 20 years ago. We've gone to every Indy 500 since as Mr. and Mrs. San Marcus, Texas: The year was 1927. I enrolled in a teachers college in Commerce, Texas. The math classroom was equipped with double desks. (I had never seen them before.) On the very first day, a beautiful girl walked into the room and was looking for a place to sit. Almost all the seats had been taken. The instructor told her to hurry up and sit down "anyplace." Not one to miss an opportunity, I immediately sprang to my feet and led the beautiful girl to my double seat. In a few days, we were both coming to class early so we could compare notes. Within a week, I knew we belonged side by side forever. We just celebrated our 66th wedding anniversary. Ofl 3/96 Q Touched by an Angel 18313 a Touched by an Angel 61435 m m m m 7:00 7:30 Nature 72597 8:00 Wild Am. 8665 Singles 8400 8:30 9:00 Masterpiece Theatre 57232 9:30 10:00 10:30 Movie "Night Visitors" (1996) Faith Ford. (CC)6787 News 7340232 Major League Baseball Playoffs: NLCS Game 4 - Atlanta al St. Louis 481665 [Fresh Prince His Anointing: Aills 34313 Movie "Everything to Gain" (1996) Sean Young. (CC) 96357 Seinfeld Fresh Prince News 7518706 Cape 2911684 News Sunday Brkaway:Roger 16961 I Community Bulletin Board 834232 e Baseball Playoffs: NLCS Game 4 - Atlanta al St. Louis 559145 |News 40665 |News 69369551Sports Homeland 294811 Served 5690 [Keep Up 8597 [Masterpiece Theatre 11416 i & Clark-Superman 96771 "Sudden Terror: The Hijacking of School Bus No. 17" 8943S i & Clark-Superman 70139 3rd Rock-Sun Boston Com. Movie "Look-Talking" Cont'd Movie Cont'd Inside Out News 7365394 Roseanne 'Sudden Terror: The Hijacking of School Bus No. 17" 56503 News 6820665 Movie "Everything to Gain" (1996) Sean Young. (CC) 78771 Movie "Night Visitors" (1996) Faith Ford. (CC) 445503 Movie *** "Twins" Danny DeVito (CC) 2389597 News 6911961 News 8267503 Home Imp. Deep Space 9 Inside Edition 'Out of Africa" (CC) 28483313 Avonlea 1237139 iMovie "Road to Singapore" (1940) 868058 6488936 Movie "Soldier Boyz" (1995) (CC) 537936 Movie "Rambo: First Blood Part II" 8941145 Movie "Charlie's Ghost" (1994) 5642874 Made In Amer." Cont'd Movie "If These Walls Could Talk" 4468955 Bedtime News 905435 No Relation Bedtime Bedtime Sports Sunday CNN Presents (CC) 524085 Lost & Found Heroes of the Heart 9956394 Movie "Panic-Skies" Cont'd Movie **« "Matinee" (1993) 66287329 Bedtime Bedtime Vega$ 2385771 Common Sense 9965042 lethal Weapon 2" 4314690 'Village-Damned" 67761706 The Bridges of Madison County" 87693752 Bedtime Bedtime World Today 909771 Sports Tonight (CC) 279918 Jolor 7327023 Color 7121226 Insplr, Please! Triumphs Movie "Columbo: It's All In the Game" (1993) 170413 Bedtime Miami Vice 2375394 Family Series 9955665 Remington Steele 974110 Movie "A Lion Is In the Streets" 649110 |Movie *** "What Price Glory?" 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