The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 17, 1996 · Page 9
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 9

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, October 17, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1996 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). A missed opportunity can be regained by doing some quick follow-up work. Lovers create relaxing atmospheres to come home to and are especially attentive. Your family creates a bit of chaos. A Gemini dominates plans. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Frank discussions with your mate soothe nerves. A slip of the tongue you in trouble. Prevent mistakes by doing important things yourself. Make special efforts to eat healthy foods. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A long-distance romance enhances passion. You have great poise in meetings. Stick up for a child's right to privacy. The collapse of a friend's marriage has you worried, but do not fear as matters will work out. •CANCER (June 22-July 22). Shower a new love with admiration. Isolate problems before everything becomes overwhelming. An assumption Is wrong, and snap decisions are chancy. Use willpower to get you through a temptation. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Speeches, letters and memos put you in the public eye. Consultants get marvelous assignments. Part-time workers receive huge fees. You are the only one who can make a rough romantic decision, though you will ask everyone. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 17). It's a year of stretching. Your communication skills are enhanced in December through new responsibilities at work. This leads to a new position or raise by March. An Aries or Sagittarius adores you through the new year. Help In business from a family member in January leads to a greater cash flow by May. Creative .success is most likely in June and August. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your actions during a meeting position you for a giant career boost. Remind others of your past loyalty. Settlements hinge on how much outside support you can gather. Be on your own team. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Suddenly, not one but three projects get the go-ahead. Short trips will improve your finances. Parents and in-laws offer gifts and assistance. Your mate helps you finish a project. Your best inspiration comes In the wee.hours. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Omit any personal slants in a memo to a boss. Cooperation from the community or neighborhood is vital in making a new business a success. A love interest wants to take it slowly. Be sure your emotional needs are met. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Provide new services for customers and your business thrives. Competitors fall by the wayside. Display your intellectual superiority at a group meeting. Stop defending your past actions, and move ahead. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Two projects are offered now. Accept both, as they can be accomplished with a few extra hours. A loved one supports your romantic choice. Money comes when you are doing something you believe in. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Give way on petty problems or they will clutter your mind needlessly. Track down friends from the past. A loan is finally repaid. An aggressive suitor needs to be told to slow down. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Delve into the reasons behind a loved one's actions. Intermediary measures become permanent. An event held in your honor is a well-deserved reward. Screen calls to make the best use of your time. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line l;t4.-fl;MiM Category 7827 * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children i Seniors $3.50 -Prlmetlme Adults $3.76 OtherTlnw« $5.60 That Thing You Do PG *** (•5:05)-7:25 Central • 1 hour 48 mln. The Chamber R ** (•5:00)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 50 min. First Kid PG ** (•5:15) Central *1 hour 41 mln Extreme Measures R *** 7:15 Central • 1 hour 57 mln. First Wives Club PG ** (•5:10)-7:20 Central «1 hour 43 min. Ghost And The Darkness R V4 (•5:00)-7:20 Mid-State »1 hour 44 min. The Glimmer Man R • ** ('5:05)-7:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 min. Long Kiss Goodnight R **y» ('5:00)-7:30 Sunset • 2 hours Mighty Ducks 3 PG * (•5:05)-7:20 Sunset-1 hour 44 mln. Satitta today WEATHER Kansas today 56 30 LOW Today, Windy, mostly cloudy and bolder with a 20 percent chance of showers. High temperature 56. Northwest wind 20 to 30 rnph. Tonight, becoming partly cloudy. Low around 30. 6:49 p.m. today's Sunset 7:42 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast -v^-* *•# J- 1 ;/>ir, &#ei ,** t'*'* NEB Kansas City 60° COLO t >*.*' J!jr » '„ < —~ • '{jjfa '• ^, VjFaJina"56° |* Topeka 60°"1 Pittsburg 67° | • TODAY: Windy and much cooler. Mostly cloudy with a chance for light rain in the north. Highs in the 50s with temperatures falling into the 40s northeast. • TONIGHT: Cold with clear skies. Lows from the upper 20s northwest to the mid- SOs southeast. • FRIDAY: Mostly sunny with highs 55 to 65. •SATURDAY: Dry. Lows 30 to 40. Highs in the middle 60s to lower 70s. • SUNDAY: Dry. Lows from 35 to 40 northwest to the 40s elsewhere. Highs in the 60s. „• MONDAY: A .chance for rain possibly, mixed with snow in the northwest. Lows in the upper 20s to the middle 40s south' east. Highs in the .60s. Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloud) U.S. today Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal,. .Record /Year High 83 69" ' 88/1910-29-38-58 Low 60 45 '.,.'./ 2471966 : • High and low to 6 p.m- ' j •' COLD WARM STATIONARY 90S' Pn&aun N L E3 ESi HIBH . LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STOPMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. October to date Average October Year to date October Average year None 0.06 2.41 29.45 26.94 28.95 Kansas yesterday U.S. today DAILY WEATHER• P3II COMMUNITY line Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Belleville . A Beloit — • . Chanutev Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland ' Hill City Hutchlrison ' •..Manhattan • , • , RlttsbutH • - : Russell . Topeka Wichita HI . ,81 83 80 82 86 81 84, 81 84 83 82 • 82 85 79 84 LO 53.' 55 « • 64 59 53 63 49 46 43 . 60 64 65 53 65 63 PREC T Anchorage: Atlanta' Boston 0f Chicago * Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City • Las Vegas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando .Phoenix San Francisco HI 31 68 58 ,47 72 64 .54 80 80 66 67 56 83 89 70 LO 17 63 47 47 48 24 34 49 61 57 39 29 70 63 •:- 54 OTLK Cldy Clr Cldy Rain Clr Clr Clr Clr Clr Rain Clr Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy PEOPLE REEVE Reeve's courage under fire GOLDEN VALLEY, Minn. — "Superman" star Christopher Reeve is under fire from some activists for the disabled for sending what they say is the wrong message. Reeve, who was paralyzed from the neck down in a 1995 riding accident, is coming to the Twin Cities on Oct. 27 to receive the National Courage Award from the Courage Center, which runs programs for the disabled. But some critics say his lobbying for more funding for medical research is siphoning off money for programs to help people deal with their disabilities. "His receiving the Courage Award is sucking up and draining the resources for those of us who already have a broken neck, who are quadriplegics, or who are blind," said Rick Cardenas, a community organizer with a St. Paul group called Advocating Change Together. The actor was chosen because he has raised awareness of disabilities, said Kathy Jundt, a spokeswoman for the center. "My sense is that the general public feels that Reeve is a hero, and he's really done wonderful things," she said. Wallace: Tell whole story MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Former Gov. George Wallace is flattered a movie is being made about him but worried it will tell only half the story. Turner Network Television announced the project Tuesday, saying the cable movie will air in 1997. It will be based on Marshall Frady's book "Wallace," which was last updated in 1972, before Wallace renounced his segregationist views. "The governor is very flattered that TNT has decided his life story merits a movie," said Wallace spokesman David Azbell. "But we hope they tell the entire story of the man, not only the George Wallace of the early '60s, but the later George Wallace who reached out a hand to every group in Alabama as well." Wallace was an outspoken segregationist governor and presidential candidate before he was paralyzed in an assassination attempt during the 1972 White House campaign. He won two more terms as governor, the last coming with widespread black support. Wallace will be portrayed by Gary Sinise, who played the legless Vietnam veteran in "Forrest Gump" and had the title role in HBO's "Truman." From Wire Service Reports WALLACE V ADVICE Computers cannot replace smarts in writing . Dear Ann Landers: I was surprised to read the letter from "Quebec Quandary," the teacher who was unsure about how she should evaluate handwritten English papers as compared with those that were word-processed on a computer. Technology is an integral part of today's work force. Since this is now a fact of life, it is the school's job to teach students how to use computers as well as provide access to them. Teaching the basics of language, however, is still the teacher's responsibility. *" Computer spelling programs do not pick up on typing and homophone errors such as "to," "two" and "too." I would never use, let alone recommend, a grammar-checker. One must have a fairly ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. broad-based, in-depth knowledge of grammar in order to use the program. Of course, at that point, you don't really need it. The only real advantage of a computer- generated English paper is that it looks better. — English Teacher in Fairfax, Va. Dear Teacher: I'm sure even the computer buffs in my reading audience would agree with you. Keep reading for more: Dear Ann: I read the letter from "Quebec Quandary" about students using computers. .She seems to think all students have the right to a level playing field. That just isn't so. There can never be equal status for all kids in all categories. No student should rely on the computer's spell-check utility. It can't tell the difference between "wreak" and "wreck" because both are legitimate spellings of different words. It will accept either, whether the user wants to say "The storm TV TONIGHT wreaked havoc" or "The car was wrecked." The student who can't afford to buy a computer can certainly afford to buy a dog-eared dictionary at a garage sale. And the kid does himself a disservice by using the computer's mindless utilities. Such dependency will ensure that he will never become proficient in spelling or grammar. The goal of a teacher should be to see to it that all students have a firm grip on both these skills before the class year is over — whether or not they own computers. Gadgets will never be a good substitute for sweat. — Russell in Va. Dear Russell: Amen, brother. Keep reading. What follows will rattle your molars. It may also dampen a student's enthusiasm for computers: Deer Ann Landers: This is for the teacher in Quebec who was concerned about grading papers dun on computers compared two papers prepared bye stu- dents who hand right them. I think the computer is a solution too my terrible penmanship, but I must also take the time too recheck my papers if I want it too look well. A spell-checker only identifies misspelled words. Its still you're job two correct them. My sun uses the computers suggestions, but sometimes, their are know suggestions that fit. As you can probably guess buy now, my spell-checker can find know errors hear. Can ewe? Seriously, Ann, teachers must decide what they feel is most important — the content, the spelling or both. Maybe we could dispense with grading the papers altogether and just teach the subject matter. — Port Sanilac, Mich. Dear Port Sanilac: Some teachers have been doing just that for quite some time — no grades, just "pass" or "fail." I prefer the old-fashioned way. It motivates those who strive for excellence, and I'm all for that. Best bets • 8 p.m. — "Murder One," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. Wyler is caught off guard when the prosecution reveals some surprising information about his client, but rallies when he uncovers a link that may affect the prosecution's case. • 9 p.m. — "ER," NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13. Benton gets a lesson in bedside manners from Carter; a handsome construction worker gives the nurses an impromptu dance lesson. • 9 p.m. — 'Turning Point," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. Scheduled: "Hardball: The Story of Doc and Darryl." Baseball players pwight Qooden and Darryl Strawberry .discuss their battles with drug abuse. . • 9 p.m. — "48 Hours," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. "Just Do It... Or Else" takes a look at how Americans are not aware that the athletic shoes they wear on their feet may have been manufactured by exploited workers. House 5727 B Friends 4291 o Major League .Baseball Playoffs: NLCS Game 7 •• Cardinals at Braves 997272 Diagnosis Murder 81833 B We the People 34553 Major League Baseball Playoffs: NLCS Game 7 •• Cardinals at Braves 969524 Wild Am. 5949 Nature 1475 Nature 18949 NFL Football Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs. From Arrowhead Stadium. (Uve) 518814 High Incident 43659 Diagnosis Murder 38727 m m JB 7:00 7:30 Sunflower 8:00 8:30 Mysteryl 54765 SlngleGuy 630 Seinfeld 4681 [Suddenly 9746 ER 8727 9:00 9:30 Lawrence Welk Show 34901 Moloney 67253 Vltalclse9901 46 Hours 87017 Healthllne |Mysteryl 98185' Murder One 62307 Friend* [Single Guy Moloney 47475 Movie "Okla. Crude" Cont'd Turning Point 32543 Seinfeld Sudden-Susan ER 661543 48 Hours 27611 Movie "Melvln and Howard" (1960) 9203920 Movje **» "Doctor Dollttle" (1967) Conl'd World of Animals 462123 Movie "Mirage" (1995), Sean Young 709185 10:00 Gentle Doctor News 7175920 Simpsons News 7343494 Late Show 10:30 TBA17833 Tonight Show Extra 42185 Poetry-Stern 59384 News 10497 Patrol 82727 Smith 23369 Business Rpt. Newt 7263982 Roseanne News 6726253 Newt 6753949 News 8098475 Tonight Show Nlghtllne Late Show Prlmetlme Movie "Suspect" 36747388 Avonlea 115543 Movie * * * "Murder In the First" (1995) (CC) 824217 Movie **u "Little Buddha" (1994) Keang Reeves, Chris Isaak. 3549291 Movie **» "The War" (1994) 49154982 Without Pity: Abilities 243123 Movie "Part Perfect" (1996) (CC) 4366543 Movie ***« "TheShawshankRedemption" (1994) (CC) 544746 Newt 312727 I Insld* Politics Larry King Uve 409727 Picket Fences 2274611 Our House 9854982 Highway to Heaven 49S8S9 World Today 412291 Miami Vice 2290659 Color 7225611 Color 7029814 Featt 2482307 Nature Conn. Rescue 911404307 Movie *** "CaptaJnFromCattlld" (1947) 9310036 Andrews 926765 Making of Fair Inside the NFl (CC) 4694765 Sherman Oaks Latino 571543 Full Frontal Sports 579185 Moneyllne Nature of Things 9883494 700 Club 484543 Picket Fences 2273982 Crisis Points 9853253 Three Stooges 487630 Movie ** "The Mask 1 ' (1961) 8760982 11338036 Phyllis George 233727 Prime Time 647185 Movie *** "Stir Crazy" (1980) Gene Wilder. 2544543 m m Motorcycle Racing 241765 Strongest Man Stanley Cup Murder, She Wrote 418475 NFL Football Seattle Seahawks at Kansas City Chiefs. From Arrowhead Stadium. (CC) 321098 Foot-PostGame 258036 Movie * * * * "Raiders of the Lost Ark" (1981) Harrison Ford. 6474920 Sports Chall. |Boxing |To Be Announced 9861272 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 Prime Time Country 242475 9:00 News 594340 9:30 Dance 228479 Dallas 232098 Yo!482185 Dream On A-Llst 6816253 Politically Inc. Dally 3522982 10:00 10:30 Singled Out Ren & Stimpy fransworld Sport (R) 210901 NHL Hockey Florida Panthers at Colorado Avalanche. From McNichols Sports Arena. 603104 IndyCar Mirror 227185 | Drag Racing 247949 |Sportscenler (CC) 240036 NHL Hockey Florida Panthers at Colorado Avalanche. From McNichols Sports Arena. 8643104 Movie * * * "Cape Fear" (1991) Robert De Niro, Nick Nolle. (CC) 273746 Silk Slalklngs "Kickboxer 2: The Road Back" (1991) 9668611 Movie *** "Cujo" (1983) Dee Wallace. 466253 News 218543 Unsolved Mysteries 491833 Movie * * "Donor" (1990), Jack Scalla 48B369 Politics Equal Time Our Century 8297123 Wild Discovery 889949 Medical Detect Trauma-ER Secret-ofAlex Happy Days Biography 674017 Rivera Live 8961727 Trial Story 8273543 Movie 355307 | Next Step Conquerors 237543 Lucy 353949 Munsters Ancient Mysteries 883765 UnReal 979271 Maria 21340 Canaveral de Pasiones 222524 Us Vegas Showgirls 4949" i Gossip 984949 Jonny Quest Fllntstones News 963456 Bugs 1260036 Tom and Jerry Charles Grodln 6974291 To Be Announced 9880307 Wiseguy 211630 Living 115901 [Mysteries America After Hours 8984678 Court TV Prime Time Justice 6983017 Instant Justiqe Time Traveler 878833 Under Pressure (R)257307 Medical Detect Mary 148104 Rhoda 680765 Mysteries of the Bible 863901 Comlcview 869291 Blenvenldos 35017 Talk Soup Speed Racer Night Stand Super Friends Next Step Beyond 2000 Taxi 940659 Odd Couple Trauma-ER Law (Order 873388 Talk 926185 Thea 935833 Notlclero Unl. 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