The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 18, 1996 · Page 13
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1996 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Advancement opportunities come at last. Do not alienate people, no matter how angry you are, as help comes from unlikely sources. Dress conservatively for interviews. Begin a romance with a Libra or Gemini. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Someone you adore wants to be with you but cannot. Divided loyalties sap your energy and must be dealt with openly and with conviction. Romance confuses children who need honest answers. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Level with adversaries who really like your spirit -- they may make surprise concessions. Act early to make weekend plans. Be flexible with employers who are under pressure. Your lover is feeling amorous but may play it cool. •CANCER (June 22-July 22). Keep intentions a secret. Well- meaning friends undermine a romantic situation. Socializing is essential for business success. Postponements actually help ® you. A neighbor offers assistance on domestic duties. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Take over the responsibilities of others and you are soon paid for this extra work. Women have luck returning to the work force. In-laws may interfere in marital matters. A potential love interest is met at an unusual spot. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 18). You are more popular this year and must be careful to guard your time wisely. Money flows next month from last- minute decisions made in the past. Raises or promotions come in February or March. Love with a Leo or Sagittarius is best, especially if begun in December. Career changes are best made in January, and if not then, wait until May or June. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You sense an impending change but do not know how to prepare for it. Financial luck is associated with new ventures or ideas. Attend family reunions - even if .fhis is difficult to manage emotionally. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Use discipline others will make mistakes, but you should not. Parents get help with child care. Authorities grant you special considerations. Your lover makes a special show of affection. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Luck has arrived if you act on a premonition or follow what you really believe in. Romance is associated with travel or visits from friends. Compromise with a Libra, but hold a Leo to the original agreement. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You must fight to earn back a love you took for granted and now miss. Spur-of-the-moment calls are lucky this evening. Ask a friend to help out with a tough business decision. Let love find you and stop looking for it. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Be more selective about whom you see romantically. Your taste and style sets you apart from the crowd, especially in job interviews. Accept apologies graciously. A Sagittarius has amorous intentions. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Off-the-cuff remarks should be taken seriously. Problems on the job could be costly if you do not head them off. Grown children still need your guidance. Watch a professional to gain further knowledge. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Use a current job as a base for the future instead of burning bridges too soon. Employers respond to honesty. A local contest or competition is the spot for meeting a potential new love. Save your money tonight. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children & Senior. $3.50 •Prlmetlme AdulU S3.75 OtherTlmst $5.50 That Thing You Do PG *** (•4:20)-7:10-9:45 Central «1 hour48min. The Chamber R ** (*4:10)-7:05-9:50 Central • 1 hour 50 min. Sleepers R *** (•4:00)-7:00-10:00 Central • 2 hours 29 min First Wives Club ' PG ** (M:30)-7:15-9:40 Central *1 hour 43 min. Ghost And The Darkness R V4 ('4:45)-7:00-9:20 Mid-State «1 hour 44 min. The Glimmer Man R ** ('4:50)-7:OE-9:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 min. Long Kiss Goodnight R **'/! ('4:30)-7:00-9:25 Sunset • 2 hours Mighty Ducks 3 PG * ('4:35)-7:05-9:15 Sunset • 1 hour 44 min. Safta today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 61 45 LOW Today, mostly sunny and mild. High 61. Wind becoming southwest at 10 to 20 mph. Tonight, mostly clear arid not as cold. Low 45. 7:42 p.m. Todays Sunset 6:48 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Mostly sunny. Highs in upper 50s northeast to the 60s west. • TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Lows in 40s. • SATURDAY: Clear to partly cloudy. . Warmer. Highs mainly in 70s. ' • SUNDAY: A slight chance for thunderstorms central and east. Lows 35 to 40 northwest and 40 to 50 elsewhere. Highs in 60s west with 70s ' central and east. •MONDAY: A chance for rain with a few thunderstorms possible. The rain may mix with snow in northwest. Lows 30' to 35 northwest with 40s elsewhere. Highs in 40s northwest and 55 to 65 elsewhere. ' •TUESDAY: A chance for rain. Wet snow possible northwest. Lows 25 to 30 northwest, 35 to 45 elsewhere. Highs in 40s northwest, mdstly 50s elsewhere. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 59 69 89/1991 Low 47 44 22/1976 • High and low to 6 p.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 m.-fct»Mij Category 9494 , • KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 . , Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol •* ADVICE atE-mMiMafa!! OKLA. Pittsburg 61° | Showers T-stotms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy U.S.today COLD WARM STATIONARY ~^*<^ © 1996 AccuWeathe Pressure ^» HIOH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Belolt Chanute Coffeyville • Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland ' Hutchlnson . Manhattan Pittsburg • Russell , Topeka Wichita HI 73 64 , 60 69 59 55 56 54 51 70 ' 57 • ' 69 >«<•, 57 • 54 , 58 LO 43 • 43> 54 55 44 44 50 . 44 38 < •46 -46 53',' 44 . 49 , .. 50 PREC .03 , „ T - •T T "' - * • • 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 25 65 67 • 49 70 63 56 86 76 67 • 66 57 85 - 91 67 LO 10 60 46 42 45 24 34 53 60 58 39 •30 70 • 66 54, < OTLK Clr Rain Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr Clr Clr Clr Cldy Clr Cldy Rain Clr Cldy Hatcher takes on health club LOS ANGELES — Superman's new bride is suing a health club chain for super bucks. Teri Hatcher, co-star of ABC's "Lois & Clark," sued Bally's Health & Tennis Corp., claiming she's owed $312,500 on a contract to promote the chain. The suit, filed in state court Wednesday, claims Hatcher was paid HATCHER only half the amount promised under a one-year agreement to make TV commercials, print ads and personal appearances for Chicago-based Bally's. > Spokesman Michael Kempner sjJid Thursday that Bally's had not seen the stilt. "But I can tell you this," Kempner said. "We have met all of our obligations as outlined in the contract. Unfortunately, she did not." He declined to elaborate. Hopkins rid of pain in neck CANMORE, Alberta — Anthony Hopkins, the star of "Surviving Picasso," is thriving after neck surgery. "I feel even stronger than I did before," Hopkins said after having pieces of a ruptured disc removed. "I regret not doing it sooner." The Academy Award- winning actor returned to the set of "The Book- HOPKINS worm" near this Rocky Mountain community on Wednesday, just five days after his operation at a Calgary hospital. "I am fully recovered," Hopkins said. "I just wanted to say I'm very touched people were concerned." Hopkins said the surgery was elective and planned. The ruptured disc had plagued Hopkins for several months, causing pain in his arm. HBO is mad about King LOS ANGELES — HBO reportedly will pay $1.5 million for the Stephen King thriller "Rose Madder," making it the first cable firm to buy film rights from the best-selling horror novelist. The amount is the highest the cable company has ever paid, unidentified industry sources told the trade publication Daily Variety. The story of "Rose Madder" focuses on a woman trapped in an abusive marriage. She flees from her psychotic husband and escapes into the world of a mysterious painting she bought in an antique store. "We've periodically made inquiries and were always politely declined," said Richard Waltzer, a senior vice president for HBO Pictures. From Wire Service Reports Women veterans still needed for new memorial Dear Ann Landers: One year from today, we will dedicate the Women in Military Service Memorial at the ceremonial entrance to Arlington National Cemetery. The memorial, with its education center, exhibits, theater and computer register, will be the first national memorial honoring all military women, past, present and future. With your help, Ann, we have now registered more than 130,000 women. But there are well over a million from whom we have not heard and we need to reach them. We w are asking once again that you let woman veterans know about their memorial. The register of service women will be the heart of the memorial's education center. It will contain each woman's per- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. sonal recollections and photos. At last, their stories will become a permanent part of our nation's history. The service women, their relatives or friends can call us at 1-800-4-SALUTE or write to: The Women's Memorial, Dept. 560, Washington, D.C. 20042-0560. In turn, we will send them materials so they can register. We are so grateful for your assistance, and look forward to the dedication on Oct. 18, 1997. Sincerely — Wilma L. Vaught, Brigadier General, USAF (Ret.), president, Women in Military Service Memorial Dear Brig. Gen. Vaught: Thank you for your letter. Readers, if you or any women you know have served in our country's military, please take this opportunity to contact the Women's Memorial to request a registration form. It's an honor long overdue. Dear Ann Landers: A while back, you had a rather spirited discussion in your TV TONIGHT column about the prison situation in this country. A great many readers who wrote are under the impression that prisoners have it too easy. I appreciate the opportunity to add my two cents — anonymously, of course. No privileges can replace the loss of freedom. Ask any inmate. Who would be so foolish as to think prisoners or ex-convicts have an easy time under any circumstances? They have many things to fear and many difficult losses to endure. Their children grow up, their parents grow old, spouses may divorce and remarry, their former social skills won't fit on the outside, and nobody wants a convict in the neighborhood. Lawmakers sometimes act irresponsibly for political reasons, catering to the thoughtless cry for more prisons and longer sentences, rather than finding intelligent ways to deal with problem people. They remind me of the insane man who continues to mop up the water vigor- ously instead of turning off the faucet. There are treatment centers and juvenile schools around the country that have been successful in preventing problem people from becoming lifetime members of the prison system. More funds delegated to parole and probation supervisory plans would make it possible for thousands of prisoners who have served their time to become productive citizens rattier than part of the prison industry at taxpayers' expense. Prisons are necessary for our protection, but they should not be warehouses for men and women who could get .on with their lives if given the opportunity. Surely we have lawmakers who are competent to find better ways. — Concerned Citizen in Wichita Dear Wichita: You have written a letter that contains some sound and sensible suggestions. I hope the authorities who are able to implement these changes will see your comments and follow through.' Best bet • 7 p.m. — "Football America," TNT, Salina cable channel 41. Ten stories of football dreams, from pee-wee to pro and from all across the county, are uncovered in this tribute to the game. 10/18/96 Q O a o a 0 e a. M m m m M IB M ED 03 m Ejjl BD LmJ 7:00 WashWk8789 7:30 Wall SI 421 5 Unsolved Mysteries 9963 Sliders 28383 Dave's 4505 Parade Raymond 8401 Healthline Sliders 68925 WashWk8383 Family 90963 Family 9031 Dave's 1499 Wall St. 4437 Boy-World Boy-World Raymond 7925 Unsolved Mysteries 749321 Movie "Great Santlnl" Cont'd 8:00 Market 7437 Dateline 5383 8:30 9:00 Exploring Kansas 994383 X-Files 37031 Mr. & Mrs. Smith 31215 9:30 10:00 David Frost 417401 Homicide: Life 5147 Star Trek: Voyager 57895 Nash Bridges 51079 That's Entertainment 51031 X-Files 77673 Kansas Week Sabrlna 76383 Sabrina5079 Kansas 6166 Clueless Clueless 4586 Mr.&.Mrs,Smlth11437 Dateline 725741 News 97437 Group 27586 20/20 13499 1on1 37437 20/2076055 Nash Bridges 91673 Homicide: Life 745505 Movie "Lady in Cement" (1968) 9270692 Movie Cont'd | Movie * "Stepmonster" (1993) 45225437 Movie "Chameleon" (1995) Anthony LaPaglla. 538437 Movie *s "Village of the Damned" (1995) (CC) 9238128 ** "Under Siege 2: Dark Territory" 4900302 30 Seconds Movie * * "The Run of the Country" (1995) 985321 New« 296789 Inside Politics Picket Fences 2241383 Our House 9821654 Highway to Heaven 362321 Larry King Live 383769 Miami Vice 2250031 Prlmetlme News 7142692 Coach 22944 News 7310166 Nichols 95963 News 64944 Think Tank News 7230654 News 6795925 News 6713321 News 8065147 10:30 Red Green Tonight Show Cheers 31692 Late Show Nichols 71383 Patrol 73692 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nightllne Late Show Tonight Show "My Bodyguard" 5681654 Movie *** "Gremlins" (1984) 1983296 97451296 " Movie "Die Hard With a Vengeance" (1995) (CC) 2012741 Movie * * * » "Pulp Fiction" (1994) (CC) 77930645 Movie "The Dentist" (1996) (CC) 463499 Sex-Screen 365383 World Today 363925 Color 7292383 Color 7096586 Movie ** "The Story of Ruth" (1960) 9841418 Rescue 911 348741 Movie * * * * "No Time for Sergeants" (1 958) 798857 700 Club 368505 Bedtime Sports 453147 Not-Electlons Latino 431925 Moneyllne Picket Fences 2240654 Midpoint Lawson Live Three Stooges 361692 "Dracula - Prince of Darkness" (1966) 481895 1 946128 03 HE) m m so §B Ed M m. M 00 03 03 ^^^ ED m. S) m M. m m m J31L 7:00 7:30 Championship Rodeo 11 7789 Buzzklll Best of House Brain Damaged 2529741 Boxing Fight Night. (R) 179654 Outside the Lines 192499 8:00 8:30 Prime Time Country 126437 Ren & Stlmpy Ren & Stimpy 9:00 News 478302 9:30 Dance 996383 Weekend Warm-up 3661 47 Midnight Train to Moscow 5680673 WAC 660321 Big 12 656128 [Pathfinders Baseball-all 10:00 10:30 Dallas 109760 Singled Out Politically Inc. Sports 155339 Stuck in '60s Women's College Volleyball 953963 NHL Hockey Philadelphia Flyers at Phoenix Coyotes. From the America West Arena. 926050 Strongest Man [Women's College Volleyball Indiana at Minnesota. 7597741 Renegade 392437 Motoworld Movie ** "Mr. Baseball" (1992) Tom Selleck. 372673 Football America 795741 Movie "Harry and the Hendersons" (1987) 13727166 World Series 9833499 RPM 9494302 [NHL 9403050 Big Easy 391 706 Football America (R) 112234 Movie ** "The Blue Lagoon" (1980) 40842447 Muhammad All vs. Chuck Wepner 1852857 Foreman Movie *** "We're No Angels" (1989) (CC) 340215 |News 192505 Intimate Portrait 375895 Politics |EqualTlme Diamond Collection 9985437 Wild Discovery 723383 Quest 154055 Ktblaml Hiroshima (R) Happy Days Biography 758079 UnReal 991963 Maria 75789 "Escape From Terror: The Teresa Stamper Story" 355031 Rivera Uve 8938499 [Charles Grodln 8941963 World Famous Toons 8244031 Invention [Beyond 2000 Conquerors 11 1505 Lucy 297383 Munsters Wings 752895 Artificial Environments 191741 Mary 931186 [Rhoda 531499 Movie "Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" 738215 Canaveral dePeslones 106586 Celebrity Homes (R) 376963 Jonny Quest Flintstones Gossip 354383 Bugs 1237708 [Tom and Jerry Comlcvlew 710925 A Traves del Video 42925 Talk Soup 374147 Speed Racer {Super Friends Motorsports | Football Wkly Wlseguy 195692 Living 137073 [Mysteries America After Hours 8944050 Jetsons Next Step Quest 274673 Taxi 817321 Phooey Beyond 2000' Hiroshima (R) Odd Couple' Law & Order 740050 . ; News 800147 NotJclero Unl. Stem 431 031 Rocky-Bullwln Benson P.lmpacto ' Stern 457073 Cartoon Planet PBS, Bunker Hill NBC, Wichita Fox, Wlchita-Salina CBS, Topeka Access 6, Salina Fox, Kansas City PBS, Wichita B § IE 0 C 09 ABC, Kansas City I ABC, Wichita Prevue CBS, Wichita NBC, Kansas City Encore Disney 10 Weather Channel S CInemax Star* BO Education Access BD Government ACCM* HI HBO GB Showtime a CNN Headline New» C-Span Home Shopping Network QVC f/X Faith ft Value* Family Channel B Prime Sport* Network ED WGN, Chicago American Movie Classic* H ESPN 03 Cable Health Club Nashville Network ID ESPN2 CD Lifetime Country Music TV BD USA Network QB C-Span 2 MTV 01 TNT 09 CNBC VH1 ED WTBS, Atlanta CD Court TV Comedy Central QB Prime Sport* Showcwe BD MSNBC BJ TVI m Unlvlslon S Discovery S3 KTOSalina Marketplace The Learning Channel OB El 83 Mind Extension 3D Cartoon Network ' B9 Nickelodeon (3) Food Channel > BB Art* & Entertainment BO New*port Q} BET HI-B9 Request I

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