The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 22, 1996 · Page 8
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Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, October 22, 1996
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AS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1996 Almanac ?gww^^ THE SALINA JOURNAL 11 asij^^^stiSfSK^ym^^i^ff^^^^ii^lsf!^^; • JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. „&_ HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). You have mixed results with requests but marvelous luck with unconventional actions. Do not let nit-picking relatives undermine your confidence. Investments made with Leos or Pisces are profitable. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Break out of a down cycle by taking a trip or by taking the day off. Your creativity blossoms in an unstructured atmosphere. Revitalize a love relationship by having a heart-to-heart talk with your ' mate. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You have to take the blame for something you did not do. Common sense during a crisis wins you admiration. Take responsibility at work and you will soon have that new title. A Libra asks you a serious question. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Unleash your playful nature. Humor is used to your advantage or to cover up a problem. Stop making snap judgments. Use maturity, and give your lover a second chance. A roommate needs to be reminded of rules. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Saving now puts you on Easy Street this winter. Others are quite curious about you. Use this to make new friends or business contacts. Refrain from criticizing loved ones. Instead, offer assistance. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 22). You are full of energy in November and ready to make a major move toward independence. That new job or extra source of income for savings is available in December, so be a go-getter. Make new contacts in January, and plan that big, ambitious project. Falling in love seems so easy with a Taurus or Virgo love in March. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You get a glimpse of your future through a dream or revelation. A job that seemed uninteresting now has potential. Get serious about a part-time love. Bring a new idea to a community meeting. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Attend professional seminars or meetings. You are at a point where you can juggle two jobs or even two loves. Do not misjudge an acquaintance's good intentions. Let your childlike mood prevail. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Funds may be cut off at the last minute, but swift action will reverse this. You triumph with the renewal of an old love relationship. Relatives seek your advice. Salespeople prosper. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your boss is working you too hard and underappreciating you. Explore the possibilities a Leo friend suggests. Marriages thrive when you assert your independence. A hobby should be expanded. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Emotional fatigue hinders your school or business success. Consider new lifestyle alternatives. Landlords are lenient. Wage settlements and legal negotiations are lucky. Be forgiving, especially toward yourself. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Stop postponing what must be done and tackle large jobs. Conclude family discussions as long talks hurt you. Professionals find mentors to guide their careers. A Cancer love is amorous. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Lay the foundation now for future projects. A child needs help in expressing his or her anger. Romantic harmony comes from a heated argument. Be discreet when discussing your past with strangers. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line iil Category 7827 MOVIES * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children S, Seniors S3.50 •Ptlmetlma Adults S3.75 Other Times S5.50 That Thing You Do PG *** ('5:10)-7:40 Central • 1 hour 48 min. The Chamber R ** ('5:05)-7:45 Central • 1 hour 50 min. Sleepers R *** ('5:00)-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 '/! (•5:00)-7:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 44 min. The Glimmer Man R ** C5:05)-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. SaHna today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 52 HIGH 30 LOW Today, a 40 percent chance for light snow, mostly cloudy and cold. High 52. Northwest wind 15 to 25 mph and gusty. Tonight, clearing and cold. Low near 30. 6:43 p.m. 7:47 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Sunny to partly sunny west. A chance for rain or snow central and rain likely east. Cold with highs from the lower to middle 50s west to 40 to 45 east. •TONIGHT: A chance for light rain east. Otherwise becoming mostly clear statewide. Lows in the upper 20s to middle 80s. • WEDNESDAY: Warmer. Clear to partly cloudy with highs 55 to 65. • THURSDAY: Dry. Lows in the 30s. Highs generally in the 50s. • FRIDAY: A chance for rain west and south. Lows in the upper 30s northwest to lower 40s elsewhere. Highs in the 50s to lower 60s. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 50 72 90/1940 Low 41 45 24/1910,23 • High and tow 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 • Calf COMMUNITY line M Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NEB. Colby 59° I' COLO, Liberal 3. 60° OKLA. Pittsburg 46°| Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy 50s 60s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L EE1 ESi Ell HIGH LOW SHOWERS MIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Belolt Chanute . Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 47 51 52 47 34 . 57 43 43 54 54 53 65 43 55 50 LO 38 42 43 38 33 43 38 32 45 44 40 50 41 42 44 PREC .12 t .33 t t t t .05 t .16 .07 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 81 79 62 62 56 63 41. 65 79 64 50 36 80 78 70 LO 14 57 48 51 48 18 39 38 55 48 36 32 55 49 -48 OTLK Cldy Cldy Cldy Rain Clr Clr Rain Clr Clr Cldy Cldy Snow Cldy Clr Clr Bob, Bill turn out to be funny,, FREDERICKSBURG, Va. — Whatever the voters might think of President Clin-., ton and Bob Dole, comer, dian Mark Russell is giv-, ing both of them points,, for humor. ;, "Clinton is a master at; humor. Kennedy, Rea-,, gan and Clinton. He's in,, that class, no doubt,, about it," said Russell, who has been making, jokes at the expense of,, Washington since the,, RUSSELL politicians in Kennedy administration. Russell said Dole's wit is well known in Washington, although it doesn't serve": him well on the campaign trail. "It's a sardonic wit. It's lost on the masses. A little too subtle," he said. "It's • very deadpan, and the bigger the audience, the less impact he has." New talent keeps Opry alive NASHVILLE, Tenn. — After 71 years, •• the Grand Ole Opry radio show is going 3 strong because of the devotion of country" music's younger generation of stars, says; its outgoing president. "Ricky Skaggs and Vince Gill and Marty Stuart and some of these younger acts ... have had that respect and feel for the Grand Ole Opry that you need if you're' going to contribute to the show and be an asset to the show and make it help you in. your career," Hal Durham said. > ; "The culture of the Opry is going to continue because of these people who come on. and feel about the Opry the way they do.'M Durham is retiring at the end of the;, month 'as president of the Grand Opry Group of Gaylord Entertainment. Jackson gets second show KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia — Michael > Jackson's popularity won him govern-.) ment permission Monday for a second' concert in a nation 1 where one state wouldn't > let him on stage at all. "."• Jackson's application to perform Oct. 27 in a« 65,000-seat stadium in': Selangor state was rera jected by local officials, who objected to his possible "effect on the' young." • ,'H'I Islam is the state religion in the nation", of 19 million people. Jackson's dances;.' with his hip gyration's and pelvic thrusts, < could be considered immodest by local standards. . -; On Monday, the government approved an additional show on Oct. 29 because of; the "overwhelming response," said Artsi. Minister Datuk Sabbaruddin Chik. 0 From Wire Service Reports* JACKSON T ADVICE Love—not sex—makes for a wonderful marriage Dear Ann Landers: For years, I've been reading letters in your column from men who complain their wives are "cold fish" and * from women who are desperate because their husbands are selfish lovers and make no effort to satisfy them. Whenever I read those letters, I compose a response in my head. Today, I'm putting it on paper. How sad that so many people equate sex with love. I was married for 35 years to a considerate, caring man. We had a ^, wonderful love life. When he died, I never once grieved for the lack of sex, but I did long to be held in his arms at night and be comforted by his embrace. Three years after my darling passed away, I met a loving, kind, gentle man. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. His wife had passed on, also. I never fantasized about sex with him, but I did love the feel of his arms around me and the wonderful sound of his voice. When he asked me to marry him, he told me he was impotent due to diabetes. I was only 56 at the time, so I did give some serious thought to what I would be missing. I decided sex was not what I was longing for. What I wanted more than anything was someone to love me and be a partner in life. We've been married for six years, and the best time for me is when I lie in his arms at night. How wonderful it is to see his face across the table, hear his strong voice as we work in the garden together or see his loving smile across a room. Too bad the world is looking at lust and seeing it as love. No wonder there are so many unhappy people out there. I don't believe we are the only two who feel this way. I'm sure we are one couple among many, so please sign my name — TV TONIGHT Legion Dear Legion: Of course, you aren't the only happily married couple around, but very few happily marrieds write to me. It's the unfulfilled, disenchanted, disappointed and downright miserable 'who feel the need to unburden themselves. You were fortunate to have found two fine men who were looking for love, not sex. Many women would settle for one. Dear Ann Landers: Thanks for striking a blow for the average citizen against "moron judges." Here's more evidence for your crusade: Santa Clara County in California (San Jose area) sought to ban gun shows at the county fairgrounds. The county officials were concerned about someone getting hurt accidentally or otherwise. U.S. District Court Judge James Ware issued a preliminary injunction against the county stating such a ban infringes on the free speech rights of gun dealers. What do gun sales have to do with free .speech, you ask? The judge's "reasoning"'was a gun may not be sold in silence^ without any exchange of verbal comma-' nication, hence banning the gun shows is- banning free speech. 'v The judge's ridiculous contention cant be applied to other situations, since drug", sales, for example, involve some type of verbal communication or since the rapist! may speak to his victim — the possibilK ties are endless. We are all placed in" harm's way by these morons. — M.H. Dear M.H.: I agree wholeheartedly.' Unfortunately, some of those morons are, appointed for life, and there is no way we^ can get rid of them. We have a few in /( Chicago. Gem of the Day: If a cluttered desk is,, the sign of a cluttered mind, we can't help", but wonder what an empty desk indicates. (P.S. Folks: Mine is cluttered.) ". Best bets • 7 p.m. — "Roseanne," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. After being slapped, wrapped and starved, Roseanne and Jackie wonder if life at a spa is too much. • 7 p.m. — "Figure Skating," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. World Team Championship. Four-team competition comprising skaters from Russia, Europe, Canada and the United States. • 7 p.m. — "World Series," Fox, Salina cable channels 4 & 7. Game 3: New York at Atlanta. • 8 p.m. — "Frontline," PBS, Salina cable channel 2 and again at 9 p.m. on channel 8. This look at how distrust of the national press affects America follows political journalists as they cover the presidential campaign trail and become talk-show celebrities. • 9 p.m. — "NYPD Blue," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. Simone contends with complications from his inheritance while navigating his relationship with Russell; Sipowicz and Medavoy begin dieting. 10/22/96 H 0 0 Q Q u Q Id Us) UJ IB IEI Usl Ikl liil til &) feti yd S) HO tu 7:00 Nova 59261 7:30 MadYou3385 Something 629 8:00 8:30 Frontline 75209 Frasier 9483 Caroline 8990 9:00 Russell 27174 9:30 Auction 52209 Dateline 4071 World Series Game 3 -- New York Yankees at Atlanta Braves or St. Louis Cardinals. 527445 Figure Skating World Team Championship. (CC) 431700 Cornm Access 28377 Children's Issues Candidate Forum 52006 Salina 82551 World Series Game 3 •• New York Yankees at Atlanta Braves or St. Louis Cardinals. 251025 Glorious Accident 13445 Roseanne Roseanne Life's 96209 Life's 1377 Nova 221 93 Home Imp. Home Imp. SpinCity 68938 Spin City 3006 Frontline 19629 NYPD Blue 86919 NYPD Blue 53087 Figure Skating World Team Championship. (CC) 456984 Mad Abo. You Something So Movie "Mutiny-Bounty" Cont'd Movie Cont'd Frasier 698532 Caroline Dateline 852803 10:00 10:30 Charlie Rose 58532 News 7040280 Simpsons News 721 8754 Tonight Show Extra 63629 Late Show Golf: Pro-Am 27648 News 10551 Computer News 7065342 News 652061 3 News 6628209 News 8963735 Patrol 23071 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtline Late Show Tonight Show Movie "Reds" (1981) Oscar-winning account of the life of journalist John Reed. 7142844 Movie "The Monkey's Uncle" (1965) 774700 Movie ** "Dead Cold" (1996) 196667 Mickey 959358 Avonlea 502025 Movie "Die Hard With a Vengeance" (1995) (CC) 4130822 Movie *** "Mallrats" (1995) Shannen Doherty. 9136716 Movie * "Fair Game" (1995) (CC) 833071 Roger Gorman Presents 195803 News 228342 Inside Politics Picket Fences 2076071 Our House 9656342 Highway to Heaven 117377 Movie ***x' Making of Fair 7416648 Hot Line Movie **» "St. Elmo's Fire" (1985) Rob Lowe. 8753700 Comedy Hour 238209 Movie ** "Chameleon" (1995) 7262990 Larry King Live 492445 Miami Vice 21 6591 9 Man Alive {Triumphs Rescue 911 126025 Jane Eyre" (1944) 48862396 World Today 41 2209 Color 7027071 Color 7994174 Unbroken Circle 9758754 700 Club 106261 Not-Electlons Women Sports 298716 5815648 Love Street Moneyllne Picket Fences 2075342 In Touch 965561 3 Three Stooges 11 6648 Movie * *» "Radar Men From the Moon" (1952) 331984 §9 m IB §3 03 ED GB QD 60 03 SO 01 ffl Eg m 9B o SO — 3SBZ — 7:00 7:30 Jeff Gordon 620209 Makeover Madness 2 1 15919 Robin Williams 2434629 Golf 164193 Golf 89791 9 Louisville Dog Show 230667 8:00 8:30 Prime Time Country 606629 Sex 940532 Baseball-a II TBA 439223 Sex 969667 Baseball-a-pal. 9:00 News 981 822 Buzzklll Dream On 9:30 Dance 409803 Style 577735 A-Llst6618613 10:00 10:30 Dallas 61 2280 Beavis 838358 Politically Inc. Singled Out Daily 3324342 NHL Hockey Colorado Avalanche at Calgary Flames. (Live) 645777 Yachting: Antarctica 21 6087 Destination Extreme 229551 NHL Hockey M ghty Ducks of Anaheim at Philadelphia Flyers. (Live) 5690342 Murder, She Wrote 401 193 Movie "Mother NHL 4473735 Movie "The Crying Child" (1996) Mariel Hemingway. 498629 Trucker: The Diana Kilmury Story" 208261 Movie * *u "Pete's Dragon" (1977), Jim Dale 4109396 • Navratllova vs. Evert 9731 087 Heat of Night 503613 Unsolved Mysteries 11 3551 Politics Equal Time Flying Aces 76621358 Wild Discovery 870209 Myth America Secret-of Alex America Happy 24661 3 Biography 865377 UnReal 404483 Marfa 48209 Bloopers Motorcycles Sportscenter RPM 931 8938. Silk Stalklngs 400464 Movie * * "Convoy" (1978) Kris Kristoflerson. 921434 Movie * * * "Harry and the Hendersons" (1987) 7664667 Indiana Pacers at Boston Celtics 9736532 St. Jude's 685261 News 605025 Movie "Charles & Diana: A Palace Divided" (1992) 100087 Rivera Live 8836087 | Charles Grodin 8849551 Rugby 7442087 Wiseguy 502984 Living 836990 Mysteries America After Hours 8859938 Animals A to Z 7254025 Mystery Univ. World-Wond Secrets of the Mummy 624025 Lucy 603464 Munsters Hitler's Deadly Mistake 869193 Electric Skies (R) 604261 Mary 130193 Rhoda 306209 Silent Witness 772613 Canaveral de Paslones 626396 Inside Frasier (R) 881483 Jonny Quest Fllntstones Gossip 331 803 Bugs 11 35396 News 350938 Tom and Jerry Comlcvlew 223445 Primer ImpactoNoc. 15445 Talk Soup Speed Racer Night Stand Super Friends Next Step Myth America Taxi 650532 Beyond 2000 America Odd 669280 ,« Law & Order 864848 " Talk 313667 Notlclero Uni. Stern 944551 Rocky-Bullwln Sanford P.lmpacto ., Stem 857071 Cartoon Planet Q PBS, Bunker Hill B NBC, Wichita O Fox, Wichita-Salina B CBS, Topeka O Access 6, Salina B Fox, Kansas City Q PBS, Wichita I ABC, Kansas City I ABC, Wichita I Prevue I CBS, Wichita I NBC, Kansas City I Encore I Disney I Weather Channel I Clnemax I Stan I Education Access I Government Access I HBO I Showtime S3 CNN tB Headline News 03 C-Span EB Home Shopping Network fflOVC BDf/X 09 Odyssey 88) Family Channel fD American Movta Classic* m Nashville Network fB Country Music TV S MTV VH1 (9 Comedy Central Prime Sports Network ED WON, Chicago ESPN EB Cable Health Club ESPN2 ED Lifetime _ USA Network EB C-Span 2 I D TNT QD CNBC I B WTBS, Atlanta EB Court TV Prime Sports Showcase @9 MSNBC 6DTVI 83 Discovery ffl The Learning Channel 33 Mind Extension {B Nickelodeon BB Arts & Entertainment 03 BET lUolvlslon ! KTCI/Saina Marketplace. I Cartoon Network ' I Food Channel I Newsport I-83 Request \

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