The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 19, 1996 · Page 17
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1996 B7 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. I HOROSCOPES » • " ~~ I • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Someone you love jtery much needs a great deal of attention right now. Walk away from a relationship in which you are being (feated badly. Ideas for leisure activities come from magazine articles or television shows. » • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Domineering friends ftiean well but must understand that you are capable of making decisions. Escape from your normal routine. Creativity and love bring happiness and money. A phone call surprises * you. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Set personal goals just as much as you do business goals. Travel is essential to renewed enthusiasm. Blind dates are incredibly successful. Break bad habits and your willpower will impress others. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Improved communications begun now relieve your anxiety. Do not be stubborn in love. Give in, and reap the benefits. Others have held off telling you all because fr they do not want to upset you. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You have incorrectly assessed a new friend or romantic interest. Give people a second chance to win your approval. Refute rumors now or they will grow. Relax with the help of a tape or video. ., • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 19). You are especially charismatic and self-assured this year. YOU have luck with business deals begun in November or January. Your career path rises in March with the help of social connections you are making right now. Love sparks and sizzles in December with an Aquarius or a Taurus. Employers ^re generous in December. Your luckiest months are March and May. r • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). A current love thinks }ou only care when a crisis arises. Reassure intimates of their place in your life. Last-minute ^ivitations should be accepted without question. Seek new experiences. ! • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Flashes of creativity (nake this weekend profitable. Ambitions coupled with, a sudden 'gesture of friendship make you feel Evincible. Luck comes to you through tennis, golf or games. I • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Your timetable is fiotin sync with someone you care for very much. Be patient, as waiting gets you the commitment you ^/ant. Rivals back off when you persevere. Relatives drop in unexpectedly -- go with the flow. [..• SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Someone [fas hurt a loved one, and you must react immediately. Stand firm in your decisions. Back up taur beliefs with actions. You spot bargains at sales pr swap meets. Your lover suggests a new place to eat-pr drink. ] ^CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). A labor of love has become a terrible financial burden, but others will (ielp if you explain the dilemma. It is useless to try to please a picky relative. Creative ideas bring you new friends. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You have stalled for time but must now deliver. Get help as promises backfire if they are not kept. A former love returns. Celebrate at a party or a social event. Animals bring entertainment. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Stop staying in the background and ask for recognition for your past work. Others respect you for it. A reluctant love finally says yes. A community or group event is a success with your help. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 MOVIES * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children & Swilon $3.60 •Prlmetlme Adulti S3.75 Other Times $5.50 That Thing You Do PG *** (•1:20-'4:20)-7:10-9:45 Central • 1 hour 48 mln. The Chamber R ** (•1:10-*4:10)-7:05-9:50 Central • 1 hour 50 min. Sleepers R *** ('1:00-'4:00)-7:00-10:00 Central • 2 hours 29 min First Wives Club PG +* (•1:30-*4:3Q)-7:15-9:40 Central • 1 hour 43 min. Ghost And The Darkness R '/! (•2:15-'4:45)-7:00-9:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 44 min. The Glimmer Man R +* (•2:20-'4:50)-7:05-9:15 Mid-State -1 hour 30 min. Long Kiss Goodnight R (•2;00-'4:30)-7:00-9:25 Sunset • 2 hours Mighty Ducks 3 PG * (•2:05-'4:35)-9:15 Sunset "1 hour 44 min. Salina today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 76 HIGH 53 LOW Today, windy, sunny and warmer. High 76. South wind 20 to 30 mph and gusty. Tonight, mostly cloudy and breezy. Low 53. 6:47 p.m. Today's Sunset 7:44 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Windy and warmer. Mostly sunny. Highs in the 70s. Gusty south winds 15 to 30 mph. •TONIGHT: Breezy and mostly clear. Lows in the 50s with some 40s west. • SUNDAY: Turning cooler. Mostly cloudy with highs from around 50 in the northwest to the m\d* 60s in the east. • MONDAY: A chance for morning showers east, otherwise colder statewide. Highs in the 40s west and 50 to 55 east. • TUESDAY: Cool and dry. Lows in the 20s west to the 30s east. Highs 50 to 55. • WEDNESDAY: 'Mainly dry. Lows in the 30s with highs 55 to 65. \N\\\ Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy U.S.today Salina yesterday > TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year High 62 69 90/1945 Low 36 44 26/1922 • High and low to 6 p.m . 50s 30s 50s 1 996 AccuWeathe COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure _ _ _ HL EEiESim] HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-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 * None 0.06 2.41 29.45 26.94 28.95 Kansas yesterday U.S. today KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol ''Belleville Coffeyvllle Concordla Dodge City Emooria Garden City Goodland Hill City • Hutchlnson • Lawrence Manhattan Plttsburg Russell ToDeka Wichita HI 61 62 59 63 59 64 66 65 • 63 ••« 56,:i 5861 63 58 61 - LO PREC 31 38 31 28 34 22 22 29 •32 ••. • -•-• -•••• 39 34 37 30 36 35 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 64 54 58 75 70 69 74 , : : Q9 , 61 73 70 75 86 65 LO 5 41 48 31 46 39 41 59 • ' 60 52 44 37 58 66 50 OTLK Clr Clr Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy Clr Clr Cldy: Rain Cldy Clr Clr Clr Clr Play about Parks delayed DETROIT — A college play about the life of Rosa Parks was suspended after an attorney for the civil rights heroine said it could prompt a lawsuit. Gregory Reed, co-founder of the Parks Legacy, said North Carolina writer Belinda Boyd was asked last year to draft a play about Parks. "The play had many inaccuracies," Reed said Friday. "It was submitted to us without her (Boyd) having any communication or dialogue with Mrs. Rosa Parks." DARKS Boyd was asked to re- rMnixo vise it. But Reed said the next thing he knew, "Mother of Civil Rights: The Life of Rosa Parks," was scheduled to run this month at Wayne State University. He said he told the school a lawsuit was possible, and the production was suspended until the dispute is resolved. Kids think Ali is great OXFORD, Ohio — Muhammad Ali is still the greatest to children in this southwest Ohio town. Ali and other contributors to "Muhammad Ali: The People's Champ" will donate profits from the book to the Oxford Community Foundation. The 1995 book focuses on the life of the former heavyweight champion now slowed by Parkinson's disease. K.E. Smith, executive director of the foundation, said proceeds from the book will help support projects for 400 children who live in mobile home parks near Oxford and Miami University. Grisham no fan of 'Chamber' JACKSON, Miss. — John Grisham is no fan of "The Chamber." That's the film version of his book, not the original story. "I am happy to say that I had nothing to do with the making of 'The Chamber,' " the author said this week. "I think it's best if I leave it at that." The thriller opened last weekend. Grisham said he steered clear of the production because the script was so different from his book. He would not say what specific differences he disliked. "A Time to Kill," another movie based on a Grisham novel, is also in theaters. Because both movies are based in Mississippi and deal with the Ku Klux Klan, Grisham said he wished they had not been released so closely together. "People could get the impression that our state is still filled with Kluckers, and I regret that," Grisham said. From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE Wheelchair-bound woman enjoyed the Olympics Dear Ann Landers: I attended the Olympic games in Atlanta this past summer. Because I needed to use crutches and a wheelchair, I had considered staying home and not going through all the trouble of trying to get around. My family said, "If YOU don't go, WE don't go." It turned out that the Olympics were enjoyable and surprisingly easy to attend because of countless acts of kindness. I hope you will give me the chance to extend my heartfelt thanks to the y volunteers who sought me out and gave me an excellent place to view the competitions when I couldn't climb the steps, the man with the broad shoulders who walked in front of me to clear a path through the crowd so I could ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. move forward, and the many folks who stopped to ask, "Do you need to go anywhere? I'll take you." I want to gratefully acknowledge the 15 smiling women who told me to go ahead of them in the ladies' room line where there were only 12 stalls (I counted), all the moms and dads who quickly pulled their children out of my way so I wouldn't trip over them, and those who saw me coming and picked up napkins, paper towels and other debris from the floor and out of the way of my crutches, so my passage could be as smooth as possible. I don't want to forget the workers who showed me a faster route, a shorter line or a closer door, and the crowds of people on the mass-transit system and on the elevators who stepped aside and let me enter, even though I took up a lot of space. Nor do I want to miss thanking all those who smiled and said, "That's OK," when my husband nipped their tired ankles TV TONIGHT with my chair. And finally, I want to thank all the volunteers who asked if I enjoyed the event and really wanted to know the answer. These acts of kindness were frequent and automatic. They helped me look forward to traveling again, and I really fell in love with Atlanta. — Olympic Winner from Minnesota Dear Winner: Yours is my favorite kind of letter. These days, when we read so much about crime, violence and man's inhumanity to man, it's heartwarming to know how well you were treated by strangers in Atlanta. Thanks for reaffirming the goodness in people. Dear Ann Landers: I want to tell your readers how you have helped me solve some of my problems. Over the years, whenever my husband (who was not a great communicator) behaved in a way that bothered me, I would write a letter to Ann Landers and leave it on the dining room table. My husband, of course, would read it, which is what I intended him to do. When he saw my feelings down on paper, he could understand how his behavior affected me. Invariably, after he read one of my let ters, he would rethink the consequences of his behavior and get back on track. We never discussed it, but I was very pleased that he was able to make a turnabout. We were married 30 years before he died. Whenever I read your column, I think about how much you helped us in our marriage. My husband really respected your judgment. Thank you for settling some controversies you never even knew about. — Marilyn in Bumpass, Va. Dear Marilyn: It sounds as if you had a very good marriage. Some men are incapable of admitting they are wrong. How nice for you that your husband wasn't one of them. Thank you for letting me know I helped. That's the icing on the cake for me. Best bets ! • 7 p.m. — "Dark Skies," NBC, jSalina cable channels 3 & 13. Kimberly's recurring dreams about la floating astronaut lead her and Leonard to the Cape Kennedy launch center, where they discover la plot to sabotage a manned space launch. I .• 7 p.m. — "World Series," Fox, jSalina cable channels 4 & 7. Game (1:'Atlanta at New York. • 8 p.m. — "Early Edition," CBS, jSalina cable channels 5 & 12. Gary saves a reporter in pursuit of a story and attempts to locate the squrce behind the mysterious baper. i • 10:30 p.m. —"Saturday Night Live," NBC, Salina cable channels 8 & 13. Host: Bill Pullman. Music Iguest: New Edition. :00 Farm Aid 509779; Austin City Limits 76797 Lawrence Welk Show 52161 MTV Jams Countdc My So-Called Life 14879 Comedy Net 3 A-Llst 1206838 L< Braves at Yankees 659068 College Football: Big 12 Game News 7387838 Deep Space 9 Walker, Texas Ranger 12513 Earlv Edition 43267 ollege Football East Carolina at Miami. (Live) (CC) High School Football Hays vs. Salina South. 958600 That's Entertainment 20548 College Football 585527) Braves at Yankees 727548 Devil-Woman" 54117J Drum Corps International World Championship leat of Night 931631 News 7134426 Roseanne Common Law Relativity Movie ***» "Back to the Future Second Noah 78155 fig) Seconi Medicine Woman 69451 JH Movie "Sunday In NY" Cont'd Early Edition 72971 Pretender 609703 Walker, Texas Ranger 65635 Profiler 629567 Movie *** "BestFriends"(1982)2221529 Movie "Prehysterla 2" (1994) (CC) 64072242 [Movie "Murder by Death" (1976) 78767109 News 6780093 News 786451 Gunsmoke "The Gumball Rally" 7276345 "The Freshman" 78039242 Movie * * * "The Brothers McMullen" (1995) (CC) 309971 [Movie "Synapse" (1994) 597529 I 744161 B3 Movie m Movie ***» "Seven" (1995) Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman. (CC) 3S83635 [Movie "Had Dog and Glory" (1993) 26S3109 Movie * "Fair Game" (1995) (CC) 204513 Movie **** "GoodFellas" (1990)RobertDeNiro, RayLiotta.495819 Movie "Johnny Mnemonic" (1995) 4171513 [Roger Corman Presents 21S92S13 News 163451 ISportsSat. [Larry King Weekend 250451 [World Today 247987 Boxing 439426 Sports Tonight (CC) 240074 r Murphy 9725426 [Palmerstown U.S A.9807074 Family Showcase 9627638 d. 9127797 |Color7063258 Miami Vice 2144426 Stage 1868548 [Center Street Movie "Panic In (he Sklesl" (1996) Kale Jackson. 407S67 Movie "Oklahomal" Cont'd |WENN 4S91S5 | Movie "My Darling Clementine" 4363971 Movie * * * )4 "The Alamo" (1960) John Wayne. S20884 |"Romno«-Jullet" 95156628 ihanged |NBA 1773223 11988 Slam Dunk Contest 9805616 Columbo 996277 | Gift of love 282987 Movie "Laker Girls" (1990) Tina Yothers. 307513 [Traders 142513 Steals and Deals 8912451 i Rivera Live 8825971 Motorsports PGA 9533068 News 418529 Night Court 731708 Robin 97014321 Famous Toons Lost Classics [Total Recall Wild Discovery 607345 Operation 636249 Kenan & Kel [Space Cases" Biography Thlg Week 529513 Hit List 779797 Charles Grodln 8918635 Tonight-Fights Tonight-Fights Greatest Stunts 616093 Justice Files 603529 Human Experience 331857 AIIThat 171345 Kablaml Investigative Reports 601161 Girls' Night Out (R) 145600 Body Styles (R) 731613 Court 9476906 |Tlm Russert Classic NBA 8230838 Wings 606616 Operation 581190 Lucy 693600 |Lucy and Desl 965567 [Happy Days Rich In America: 150 Years-Town & Country Magazine 611548 Comicvlew 694987 Sabado Glgante Internaclonal 905364 ga M ° vl Movie "Blind Vision" Cont'd Taz-Manla Dexter'sLab Uncut 702 Jonny Quest Fash Godfrey-Zeek ASIFA-East Bugs 6881567 Paid 784109 Paid 760529 Belleza Semlfl 66628 up Avery 358654812 Stupid Dogs I PBS, Bunker Hill NBC, Wichita Fox, WIchlta-Sallna CBS, Topeka Access 6, Salina Fox, Kansas City PBS, Wichita II ABC, Kansas City BO ABC, Wichita fD Prevue IB CBS, Wichita NBC, Kansas City Encore Dltney Weather Channel Clnemax Starz Education Acce»i Government Access HBO Showtime 3 CNN ] Headline New* 3 C-Span I Home Shopping Natworic JQVC 8WX 9 Odyssey BD Family Channel ID American Movie Classic* (JB Nashville Network EB Country Music TV B) MTV VH1 Comedy Central Prime Sports Network GQ WON, Chicago ESPN ED Cable Health Club ESPN2 CD Lifetime USA Network GQ C-Span 2 TNT 03 CNBC 09 VVTBS, Atlanta SB Court TV ED Prime Sport* Showcase B9 MSNBC TVI _ Discovery OB The Learning Channel S) Mind Extension GB Nickelodeon BB Arts & Entertainment 69 BET Q3 Unlvlslon GB KTOSalina Marketplace DEI BO Cartoon Network Food Channel Neweport •IB Request

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