The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 21, 1996 · Page 6
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AS MONDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1996 Almanac THE SALINA JOURNAL JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Alter your routine to unearth creativity. Focus on improving a current relationship rather than seeking something new. New homes or places of business bring good luck. A coworker has a brilliant idea. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You have sufficient reason to leave an unproductive business situation. Stop apologizing for doing what is right. Display your intelligence to a boss and get ahead of others in the race for a promotion or * leadership of a project. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Volunteer for special assignments as you will meet people who are instrumental in getting you a new job. Loans will be repaid with a bonus. Lovers need special time set aside just to be together. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Let your personality shine as it opens doors that were previously closed. Disregard romantic rumors. Let a friend talk you into taking a short vacation. $, Some rest will revive your whole body and mind. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Listen carefully to an experienced co-worker. Foreign visitors or business contacts contribute to long-term financial success. Rush to see or call a current love. Persist with an unyielding relative. A Pisces love is lucky. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 21). You are more viable than you think. You move in front of your competition, shine in interviews and generally make great first impressions that get you the breaks. Your personal image improves in December with the help of a new Capricorn or Sagittarius love. Your cash flow increases in March due to an investment you make right now. Your luckiest months are December and May. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Fend off business competitors by keeping information out of their hands. Long-distance calls or trips add to your income. Do not expect romance to follow a formula. Be flexible, especially with an Aries or Gemini love. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). An added business expense puts you in an ambitious mood. In-laws or parents are less cooperative than usual. Meet your love interest by going to a place you do not usually frequent. Hold off on a major relationship decision. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Get personally involved in all financial negotiations or deals. A former love returns. Be cautious, but do go with your feelings. Spend time re-evaluating your current health regimen. Censor yourself around a parent. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). An exhilarating new love must be nurtured slowly. Center your attention on family projects. Work is the place for testing out a new skill learned in a class or seminar. A friend drops in. Be unselfish with a Leo. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Expand your interests as even sports and hobbies help you get ahead. Checks arrive but may be for less than you expected. Saying no to someone takes courage, but it is definitely the right thing to do. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Take charge of your own finances. Stop delegating authority. Parents succeed when they adhere to old-fashioned child-rearing techniques. Get a commitment from a lover now. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). A company in your area seeks employees with your talents. Financial setbacks are temporary and lead to new partnerships. Extend invitations to new neighbors. A Cancer will lend assistance. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line l Category 7827 WEATHER PEOPLE SaUna today 51 HIGH 35 LOW Today, a 50 percent chance for rain likely. Much cooler. High 51. Northwest wind 10 to 20 mph. Tonight, a 40 percent chance for rain, possibly changing to light snow. Low 35. 6:44 p.m. 7:46 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Rain likely most areas. Rain may mix with snow west. Highs in the upper 30s to the middle 40s. • TONIGHT: A chance for light snow northwest. Rain likely across the rest of the state. The rain may mix with snow at times. Lows 25 to 30 northwest to 35 to 40 southeast. • TUESDAY: Mostly cloudy northwest. A chance for light snow west and central. A chance for rain mixed with snow at times east. Highs mainly in the 40s. • WEDNESDAY: A warming trend with no rain. Lows in the 30s. Highs in the middle 50s to middle 60s. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 70 71 90/1940 Low 56 45 20/1976 • 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 Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol U.S. today 60s' COLD WARM STATIONARY ^«-i ' © 1 996 AcCuWeathe Pressure ^__^ ^_^ ^__^ ^^ HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Beloit Chanute Coffeyvllle Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Manhattan Plttsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI ,67 68 73 74 77 68 • 77 67 57 68 74 73 69 75 73 LO 51 53 53 58 50 47 54 47 42 54 54 54 50 53 55 PREC • .01 - - ft .05 t Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City ' Las Vegas • Los Angeles New Yprk City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI . 25 74 53 66 80 42 53 63 81 62 -55 50 79 74 69- LO 8 44 52 45 68 21 51 42 56 49 * 53 45 50 56 SO OTLK Cir Clr Rain Cldy Cldy Cldy Rain Clr Clr 1 Cldy_ CloY Rain Clr Clr Clr meritorious Jackson gets rude welcome TAIPEI, Taiwan — A couple of city councilman expressed their anger to Michael Jackson over the pop star's alleged child molestation. Jackson received a achievement award Saturday from the mayor of Kaohsiung, Taiwan's second-largest city, where Jackson was to perform Sunday night. As the meeting was concluding, city council members Huang Chao- hsing and Lin Ti-chuan burst into the room and demanded to know what Jackson's qualifications were for receiving the award. Huang kicked over a tea table in front of Jackson, prompting the surprised pop star to ask, "Is that guy all right?" the Kaohsiung-based Commons Daily news^ paper reported. Told that the award to Jackson was in recognition of his international contribution, Lin replied: "His international con T tribution has been to molest little boys." Senator a closet songwriter SALT LAKE CITY — Behind his tight' lipped, buttoned-down facade, Orrin Hatch is a troubadour. The Republican senator has written more than 100 songs during the past year: He writes gospel songsj hymns and country tunes. • He wrote wife Elaine a love ballad called "All Because of You," and recorded it for their 39th wedding anniversary. • "I occasionally write in the middle of boring hearings. I write on air- HATCH planes. Sometimes I write in church," Hatch said. "It's a way of getting away from it all. It's nice to have something that's not related to politics." Solano: 'I had a breakdown' LOS ANGELES — Jose Solano is on top of the world as the new hunk on "Bay- watch." Not long ago, however, he wag mired in despair. "I had a breakdown. The outgoing, persevering person that I am wasn't ther§ anymore. I became very depressed," Solano, 25, told the syndicated program "American Journal" in an interview for broadcast today. Those dark days grew out of the death of his best friend in a helicopter crash while they were serving in the Middle East. He was*also emotionally scarred from his job as a Navy corpsman prepar ? ing bodies for shipment home during the Persian Gulf War, he said. From Wire Service Reports MOVIES T ADVICE * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children & Seniors J3.50 •Prlmellme Adults S3.75 Other Tlmei $5.60 That Thing You Do PG *** ('5:10)-7:40 Central • 1 hour 48 min. The Chamber R ** C5:05}-7:45 Central • 1 hour 50 min. Sleepers R *** C5:00)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 29 min First Wives Club PG ** (*5:15)-7:35 Central • 1 hour 43 min. Ghost And The Darkness R '/2 ('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 (•5:00)-7:25 Sunset • 2 hours Mighty Ducks 3 PG * (•5:05)-7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 44 min. Ann admits underestimating birds' intelligence Dear Readers: When I said most people think of pigeons as rather ordinary birds who mess up statues in the park, bird lovers from everywhere let me know I had greatly underestimated the intelligence of our feathered friends. Here's what my mail has been like this week: Dear Ann Landers: Obviously, you don't know a thing about birds. First, you were "amazed" when a reader wrote that her parakeet had to be put in the closet whenever she undressed. It ^ seems the sight of her unclothed body turned the bird on and he screeched relentlessly. And now, you're belittling pigeons. Perhaps you have been misled by the assignation "birdbrain." Here is my story: ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. I purchased a parrot several years ago, and the bird was a master of obscene language. "Billy's" previous owner was a saloon keeper. Several bar regulars thought it was fun to teach Billy vulgar phrases in three languages. This made a huge hit with the customers but proved to be an embarrassment when> some of my straight-laced friends came to call. I finally had to pay the saloon keeper to take Billy back, but I confess, I still miss him. — N.Y.C. Dear N.Y.C.: My apologies to all bird lovers for any disparaging comments I made about our feathered friends. Once again, the readers have educated me. Please keep reading, and you will see what I mean: Dear Ann: I once owned two parakeets. The birds hated being caged, so I let them have the run of the place. One evening when I came home from work, one of the parakeets was screeching wildly. The male was lying dead on the living room floor, TV TONIGHT and the female was circling his body. When I tried to catch the grieving bird, she refused to come to me as she had always done. Instead, she flew into the bathroom, jumped into the toilet and drowned. — Bill Fleishman in Van Nuys, Calif. Dear Bill: My heartfelt condolences. Please keep reading for more bird lore: Dear Ann: I once had a cockatiel named "Sunday." He would follow me around the house like a pet dog. If I was watching TV and not paying enough attention to him, he would peck at my earring or my hair. Sunday was the only "man" in my life until I met my husband. When Mr. B. entered the room, Sunday would peck at his neck to let him know he was an intruder. My husband did not appreciate this, but after a while, he began to see the humor in it. Our dear Sunday is no longer with us, and we both miss him. — Patricia Kelly- Bass in Union City, Calif. Dear Patricia: What a charming bird story. Thank you for more evidence that birds are a lot more like people than I thought. Here's another one. Dear Ann: The letter about the love life of pigeons brought back some fond memories. My mother and I raised a male sparrow. When I found him, he had fallen out of his nest and didn't have a feather td his name. "Birdie" fixed on me as his mama but developed romantic intentions toward my mother. Each da^ during mating sea : son, he would spread his tail, drop hi? wings, puff his chest, cluck and do a square dance in the palm of my mother's hand. "Birdie" lived in a plastic clothes basket, traveled across the United States every summer by car and could mimic al 1 most any sound'including my dog's barki He lived to be 12 years old. — Debra Wiley in Inglewood, Calif. Dear Debra: Thank you, and all the others who wrote. The Audubon Society is going to love today's column. Best bets • 7:30 p.m. — "Ink," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. Series premiere. A recently divorced couple battles the awkward situation of working together on a newspaper. This episode: Kate's dating. • 8 p.m. — "Great Performances," PBS, Salina cable channels 2 & 8 (9 p.m.). This series opens its 24th season with "Carnegie Hall Opening Night," the premiere concert of the 1996-1997 season at the acclaimed concert hall. With Claudio Abbado and the Berlin Philharmonic. » 9 p.m. — "Chicago Hope," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. A gun-wielding 12-year-old threatens Dr. Kronk's life; an older couple opts to have a deformed baby even if it threatens the mother's life. 10/21/M O e a D a a o m. m JB] IB JEL fa 1U JUL m. m_ m_ tp EQ JL m. 7:00 Witness 4247 Jeff Foxworthy 7:30 Wild 7583 MrRhodes 266 Melrose Place 27841 Cosby 51 73 | Ink 3889 Ethics In Public 59247 Melrose Place 90711 Aerial Britain 4431 5 Dangerous Minds 16773 Dangerous Minds 73841 Cosby 7957 Jeff Foxworthy Ink 6711 Mr. Rhodes Movie "Power of One" Cont'd 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 Great Performances 95063 Movie "The Ring" (1996) Nastassja Kinski, Linda Lavin. 5889 When Disaster Strikes 43889 Murphy 9711 Strictly 8421 Cyblll 5518 Strictly 4228 When Disaster Strikes 761 31 Waterways Burt Wolf's Simpsons Extra 53353 Chicago Hope 26957 Comm Access 481 31 News 96995 10:00 10:30 Charlie Rose 74570 News 7080808 Coach 13247 News 7241062 Tonight Show Cheers 22995 Late Show Never Shake a Baby 67536537 News 53889 Patrol 62537 Great Performances 56150 NFL Football Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers. (Live) (CC) 767624 NFL Football Oakland Raiders at San Diego Chargers. (Live) (CC) 1 01 402 Murphy 6605 Cyblll 51 12 Chicago Hope 97421 Movie "The Ring" (1996) Nastassja Kinski. (CC) 365315 Movie "Patton' Movie "The Dirt Bike Kid" (1985) 8661266 Movie **» "Party Girl" (1995) 212605 News 6651 537 News 8996063 Late Show Tonight Show (1970) An account of Gen. George S. Patton's colorful WWII career. 5482537 Flying Aces 80404605 Avonlea 628063 Movie "Mutant Species" (1995) 8674421 Movie *:, "The Assassination File" (1996) 9169044 111179 * "Soldier Boyz" 3868995 Movie **s "Party Girl" (1995) 1186976 Movie * * * "True Lies" (1994) Arnold Schwarzenegger. (CC) 436624 Movie "Johnny Mnemonic" (1995) 4123976 Talkback Live 903599 Picket Fences 2189599 Our House 9752570 Highway to Heaven 908179 Bedtime Larry King Live 912247 Miami Vice 2198247 Father Murphy 9778518 Rescue 91 1984599 Movie ** "Pete Kelly's Blues" (1955) 48895624 18159537 Movie "If These Walls Could Talk" 1062516 Movie "The Shawshank Redemption" (1994) (CO 21269131 World Today 925711 Color 7130599 |Color 7927402 Peaceable Kingdom 9781 082 700 Club 997063 Sports 609155 IMoneyllne Picket Fences 2171570 Testtfyl Gospel 9751841 Three Stooges 990150 Movie * * "King of the Rocketmen" (1949) 553150 B3 J0 m. st m_ ja^ 09 M. M. CP IjE) S3 ED m 1 m @i so 7:00 7:30 CMT Presents 746247 8:00 8:30 Prime Time Country 755995 Prime Time 150605 Movie * * "Club Paradise" (1986), Peter OToole 2442131 Oak Tree Today 723421 NFL Prime Monday 855547 Snyder206179|RonMcBrlde 9:00 News 371 060 Road Rules Dream On RIckNeuheisel 9:30 Dance 525841 Do Something Canned Ham Mason 194995 Figure Skating Professional Legends. 734421 Rgure Skating |Yachting: Antarctica 9785266 {Destination Extreme 4853537 [Fitness Murder, She Wrote 921 995 WWF: Monday Raw 6801 2624 WCW Monday Nltro (LJve) (CC) 331599 Movie **» "Matlock: The Ambassador" (1988) 4132624 Indiana vs. Louisiana State 3218686 7th Heaven 7321 79 Unsolved Mysteries 904353 Politics Equal Time Animals A to Z 9816353 Wild Discovery 352841 Wondr-Weathr fjnoW84(M?1 PfHoworld mm 579247 0Jo«r»phy3w37 ' Savannah 718599 Silk Stalklngs 927179 10:00 10:30 Dallas 74551 8 Beavis 620889 Politically Inc. Singled Out Dally 3420570 Boxing: Prime Series 622006 Sports 600063 Cheerleaders Sportscenter RPM 9341266 Silk Stalklngs 920266 . Football America (R) 741 792 Movie "Matlock: The Power Brokers" (1987) 7697995 Tennis Champions Tour •• Final, (R) 9768131 News 721063 Lifetime Applauds: The Fight Against Breast Cancer 991889 Rivera Live 8869315 War of the Worlds 8171131 Dawn of Humankind 378889 Great Cities 740063 Lucy 826641 jMunstera Polrot 363957 UnReal 520421 Marfa 74247 | Canaveral de Paslones 284334 World's Coolest Clubs 907421 Jonny Quest Fllntstones Gossip 457841 ASIFA-East News 476976 Tom and Jerry Charles Grodln 8889179 Buck Rogers 8191995 Hitler's Deadly Mistake 381353 Volcano Daredevil* 737599 Mary 651624 MlssM«fp(»37 Rhoda 160957' W81 • "; Comlcvkrw $72711 Cristlna Ed. Es. 74711 Talk Soup Speed Racer Night Stand Super Friends Wlseguy 724150 Cure 628421 Mysteries America After Hours 8882266 Ray Bradbury 6194082 Next Step Wondr-Weathr T«l .453179 T* 439606 NofcleroUnl. Stern 2281 19 Rocky-Bullwln Beyond 2000 Paleoworld Odd 439599 Benson ~ P.lmpacto Stern 923727 ; Cartoon Planet I PBS, Bunker Hill I NBC, Wichita I Fox, Wichita-Salina I CBS, Topeka i Access 6, Salina I Fox, Kansas City I PBS, Wichita O ABC, Kansas City ID ABC, Wichita ID Prevue 19 CBS, Wichita IB NBC, Kansas City ID Encore 09 Disney I Weather Channel ED CNN GD Family Channel ffi Prime Sports Network EQ WON, Chicago I Clnemax S3 Headline News fD American Movto Classic* GD ESPN 03 Cable Health Club I Starz Q3 C-Span fB Nashville Network BO ESPN2 EQ Lifetime I Education Access S3 Home Shopping Network GD Country Music TV QD USA Network (SBC-Span 2 I Government Access £8 QVC 69 MTV BO TNT Q9 CNBC I HBO SDf/X Q3VH1 09 WTBS, Atlanta ED Court TV ! Showtime B9 Faith & Values B3 Comedy Central 00 Prime Sports Showcase Q) MSNBC TVI _ Discovery ffl The Uwrtng Channel ~ Mind Extension Nickelodeon Art* ft Entertainment BET I Unlvlslon IKTCl/Salina Marketplace I Cartoon Network ) Food Channel . 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