The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 23, 1996 · Page 11
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 11

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 23, 1996
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1996 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Someone you are dealing with is stalling for time. Diets, exercise and sports are successful. Recent disagreements with a love are not important and should be forgotten. Play hard to get with a friend. » TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You are overly sensitive to criticism. A co-worker truly wants to help. Send letters, memos or proposals. Cooperation is necessary to complete a creative project. Get help with domestic duties. You can handle anything. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Take time to sort out priorities. You must delegate responsibilities. Child-care facilities solve problems for mothers. Consider returning to school, at least part time. A Pisces enlists your skills for a social event. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). A current rumor is untrue. Use logic, as everyone around you is reacting emotionally. New exhilaration from creative projects spurs you on to more ambitious goals. Your lover asks £ for more, and you've been holding back. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You get more assistance from acquaintances than from your friends. You must budget your time more carefully. Teens need to see you and be with you. Step-children change their minds. Be careful not to act out of pride. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 23). Charge ahead, as you've a green light for big projects and self-improvement efforts in November. A promotion at work is in the bag. The holidays leave you rolling in cash in December, but save for personal goals In January, when you have places to go. True love seeks you out in March, and by July you could be married to a Pisces or Capricorn. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Confusing circumstances put you on the defensive. Restore your confidence by keeping your word -- no matter how difficult it is. Well-known people admire your work and style. A Leo resists your attempts to help. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). You are influential and savvy. Massive budget cuts at work have you worried, but you will not be affected. Socialize with business associates, though you don't see the benefit yet. Return telephone calls. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Surprises enhance your creativity. Emulate people who have jobs you want. A callous friend is not worthy of your friendship. You dazzle the crowd at a social gathering. You attract Leo and Aquarius admirers. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Take steps to move into a more satisfying career. Women receive special help from management. Men gain from camaraderie at work. Artists get needed encouragement. Referrals are gladly given to you. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Hasty decisions seem rash but are well thought out. Stifle a temptation to settle for short-term gains. If you leave your present job, you will-be bombarded with offers. A Leo involves you in a weird scenario. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Someone Is playing favorites. It is not your imagination. Pertinent questions get to the bottom of problems. Financial proposals are of dubious value. Your lover meets you in a romantic spot. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You have difficulty presenting yourself. Take a self-help class or seminar to boost your confidence. Ask or hire advisers to mediate disputes. A day of negotiations with your family leads to a rewarding end. • HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line I Category 7827 WEATHER PEOPLE Salina today 61 HIGH 37 LOW Today, partly cloudy and warmer. High 61. West wind 10'to 15 mph. Tonight, increasing clouds. Low around 37. 6:41 p.m. 7:49 a.m. Todays Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast •TODAY: Partly cloudy west and mostly sunny east. Much warmer northeast. Highs 55 to 65. •TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy north and partly cloudy south. Lows 35 to 45. • THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy north. A chance for light rain extreme north. Partly cloudy s'outh. Highs 55 to 65.' • FRIDAY: A chance for rain late southwest, otherwise mainly dry. Lows in the 30s northwest to the 40s elsewhere. Highs 55 to 60 west to 60 to 65 east. • SATURDAY: Colder. A chance for rain or snow'west, a chance for rain central and east. Lows in the 30s west, 40s east. Highs 35 to 45 west to the 50s east. •SUNDAY: A chance for snow west and rain east. Lows in the upper 20s far west to lower 40s east. Highs, in the 30s west to 45 to 50 east. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 46 - 69 89/1927 Low 38 45 , .' 23/1898 , 4 . • High and low to 6 p.m ' *~ ', PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. .24 October to date .30 Average October ' • 2.41 Year to date 29.69 Average year through October 26.94 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line Category 9494 'KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1 -800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville ' ' Belolt . Chanute Concordia "' Dodge City Emporla Garden City • Goodland •Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Plttsbura Russell Topeka Wichita HI 47 44 37 - ' 45 57 34 59 ' *7 46 ' 34 , -37 45 47 34 48 LO 38 40 32 38 > 33,* • 33> 26 21 33' 32 33 33 38 32 33 PREC .51 t N/A .34 .30 .53 .45 1.02 .48 Anchorage Atlanta Bojtbn Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 30 70 63 49 ' 73 55 58 70 78 64 68 55 82 81 70 LO •18 55 48 47 38 29 32 41 52 48 36 29 61 51 . 50 OTLK Snow Clr Cldy Rain Clr Cldy Cldy Cldy • Clr Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy Clr Clr Recording factory holds bags CINCINNATI — The factory where James Brown recorded "Papa's Got a Brand New Bag" and a fistful of other hits is now a warehouse, and the only bags inside are the grocery variety. Nevertheless, the old King Records plant, now owned by a convenience store chain, has taken its first step toward winning landmark status from the city. The King plant opened in 1944 and closed in 1970. Records were recorded, pressed and packaged under one roof, and 461 of those discs became hits. Stage fright stalls Simon NEW YORK — It wasn't anticipation making them wait. It was another bout of stage fright for Carly Simon. The pop diva was supposed to sing for more than 1,200 guests on the ocean liner Queen Elizabeth 2, at a 25th anniversary party-Sunday night for Travel & Leisure magazine. But she holed up in a stateroom with a case of SIMON nerves, the Daily News reported Tuesday. Ironically, the newspaper said, she could be heard at one point singing, "Anticipation ... is keeping me waiting..." Simon finally emerged and told the crowd she was suffering from nodes on her vocal chords. But the News said she sounded just fine as she sang three tunes. Kennedy's wife in trouble NEW YORK — Tough to tell just how Carolyn Bessette-Kennedy's landlord figured out she was no longer living in her apartment — might it have been, say, front-page coverage of her wedding night? The New York Post quotes real estate insiders who say John Kennedy Jr.'s bride has been accused of illegally subletting her rent-controlled studio apartment to a friend for about a year. Bessette-Kennedy has held the lease on the apartment for five years. Hollywood's high on Crichton LOS ANGELES — Michael Crichton's newest novel hasn't landed on bookstore shelves yet, but it's already generating sky-high prices in Hollywood. "Airframe," about an investigator's efforts to discover the true story behind a plane hit by deadly turbulence, will go on sale in December. The movie rights have been purchased by Touchstone Pictures for $8 million to $10 million, sources told Daily Variety. From Wire Service Reports ADVICE * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children & Seniors $3.50 •Prtnwtlm* Adulti $3.76 Other Times 15.50 That Thing You Do PG *** (•5:10)-7:40 Central-1 hour48mln. The Chamber R ** (•5:05)-7:45 Central • 1 hour 50 mln. Sleepers R *** (•5:00)-7:50 Central • 2 hours 29 min First Wives Club PG ** ('5:15)-7:35 Central • 1 hour 43 mln. Ghost And The Darkness R 14 ('5:00)-7:20 Mid-State «1 hour 44 mln. The Glimmer Man R ** (•5:05)-7:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 mln. Long Kiss Goodnight R **'/2 (*5:00)-7:25 Sunset • 2 hours Mighty Ducks 3 PG * ('5:05)-7;15 Sunset *1 hour 44 mln. Friends, co-workers give mom memories of daughter Dear Ann Landers: A few months ago, you reprinted "The Elephant in the Room" by Terry Kettering. The poem encouraged people to talk about someone who had died. My father $ faxed that column to me, and so did a friend. They thought I could use it to let people know it was OK to talk about my recent loss. On May 11, my lovely 25-year-old daughter, Patti, was killed in a car accident. On the Monday after her death, I went to her office to clean out her desk. While I was there, several of her co-workers came by to express their sympathy. All conversations *"" ended with, "If there is anything I can do. ... " Well, a thought came to me, and I would like to share it with your readers. I told each of those sympathetic co-work- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. ers that there WAS something they could do. I asked them to write down their thoughts about my daughter and mail them to me. I said I didn't care whether those thoughts were about things Patti did, or how they felt about her, or some event they had shared. I told them that receiving their notes would give a piece of Patti back to me — it would provide a glimpse of her life that I didn't know about. The response was heartwarming. To date, I have received 30 letters from coworkers and friends. When I begin to feel blue, I read those letters over and over and am-comforted. Please suggest it to your readers who are grieving. There are no words to express how much those letters have meant to me. — Dawn in Alexandria, Va. Dear Dawn: What a splendid idea! I'm sure thousands of readers will remember what you have written, and when a friend, neighbor or co-worker suffers such a loss, they will write a letter de- TV TONIGHT scribing some shared event that will make that loved one come alive to the bereaved. Thank you on behalf of all those whose heavy hearts you have lifted today. Dear Ann Landers: My husband has a friend who has been divorced for many years. "Herb" has adopted our family as his own. He has no relatives living in this state and apparently no friends, so he drops in whenever he likes, which is almost every other night. He always brings a six-pack of beer, and he and my hus- .band, "Andy," sit and drink. I am ignored, so I go to another room and turn on the TV while they guzzle. I have told Andy I do not like these frequent drop-in visits, but he insists Herb is lonely and he feels sorry for him. Recently, a female friend we hadn't seen in over a year was visiting us when Herb showed up. He immediately asked her to go to dinner (he did not include us) and then said, "After we eat, I'd like you to come to my apartment and see my cats." I thought this was totally inappropriate. I have told Andy the next time Herb shows up, I am going to tell him to call first. Andy says I'm unreasonable. Am I? — Displaced Wife Out West Dear Wife: Not at all. Herb should be told he cannot come over to your home uninvited and unannounced. It's YOUR house, too, and you have a right to insist that Herb call first. Of course, Andy won't tell him, so you should. Make plans to go out more with family and friends, or just you and Andy go to a movie. If your husband had a livelier social life, he wouldn't be available for drop-in company. Dear Readers: My Labor Day column contained an essay on how much time Americans spend on everyday, mundane activities. I just learned the author is Michael Fortino, a writer from Pittsburgh. Best bets • 7 p.m. "World Series," Fox, Salina cable channels 4 and 7. Game 4: New York Yankees at Atlanta Braves. • 7 p.m. "Scientific American Frontiers," PBS, Salina cable channels 2 and 8. Season premiere. MIT's state-of-the-art Media Lab, where scientists are inventing interactive technology, including intelligent objects, emotional computers and cyborgs. • 8 p.m. "Visions of Light: The Art of Cinematography," 8 p.m., P^S, Salina cable channel 2. Excerpts from more than 100 films illustrate this tribute to the great ciriematographers of the past and present in this 1993 film. • 9 p.m. "Law & Order," NBC, Salina cable channel 3 and 13. In a twjsting, turning whodunit, Briscoe and Curtis investigate the murder of;a rare-coin dealer. KVZ3/W Scl. Frontiers 50323 B Wings 6287 3rd Rock 120 World Series Game 4 - New York Yankees at Atlanta Braves or St. Louis Cardinals. 179878 B Nanny 2089 B Forum 37859 o World Series Game 4 - New York Yankees at Atlanta Braves or St. Louis Cardinals. 134830 B Scl. Frontiers 14507 m 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 'Visions of Light: Art of Cinema" 46033 River 60897 9:30 Newsradlo Men-Badly Law & Order 7033 Almost 6385 Salina 2385 Nanny 9507 Ross P. 8014 Oh Sayl 47089 O.J. In Black and White 92323 Kansas 73702 Vltalclse 50385 Radio Access (Live) 11410 Ellen 31217 Townles Ellen 5385 Townles 1439 Nanny 3781 Wings 504675 3rd Rock-Sun Almost 6507 Russell 4588 Dooble Brothers Rockln' the Highway 620526 Grace 40965 Carey 29472 Grace 4033 Nanny 9101 Newsreriio Carey 3168 RpssP.8236 Men-Badly Prlmetime Live 70761 Pr!met!meL!ve54149 O.J. In Black and White 49217 Law & Order 643679 Movie "Sorcerer" (CC)Cont'd Movie **** "Glory" (1989), Morgan Freeman 62019743 Prlmetime 10:00 Kansas Week News 7944052 Simpsons News 7112526 Late Show 10:30 The Contrary Tonight Show Extra 57491 News 88385 Patrol 97033 Dupree 38675 Business Rpt. News 7032014 Roseanne News 6597385 Nlghtllne News 6515781 News 8867507 Movie * * * "Iron Will" (1994) Mackenzie Astin. 32115236 Inside Out [Avonlea 380859 Movie "The Seventh Sign" (1988) 4071859 | Movie * * * "Interview With the Vampire" (1994) 8524472 "DarkmanII: The Return of Durant" 349168 . Crypt 963304 |Not-Electlons Comedy Half [Movie "Assassins" 4386033 News 587033 I Inside Politics Larry King Live 674033 Picket Fences 2043743 Miami Vice 2052491 Our House 9623014 Highway to Heaven 660965 Late Show Tonight Show 5185830 390472 9007675 Movie ***« "Seven" (1995) Brad Pitt, Morgan Freeman. (CC) 3318323 [Movie "Heavenly Creatures" (1994) 2488697 Movie "Never Talk to Strangers" 525526 Movie * * is "Color of Night" (1994) Bruce Willis, Jane March. 9460439 Family Theatre|Brooklyn BridT Rescue 911646385 WENN 960217 I Movie "Column South" (1953) 829694 World Today 694897 Sports 744491 [Moneyllne Color 7094743 Color 7898946 Picket Fences 2042014 Palmerstgwn U.S.A. 9652526 700 Club 666149 Heroes of the Heart 9622385 Three Stooges 669236 Movie * *s "The Purple Monster Strikes" (1945) 230878 7:00 7:30 lollie Race 480149 8:00 8:30 Prime Time Country 499897 News 742491 ;6:30) Best of the Beach (R) 455168 Absolutely [Tracey Ullman [Tick 1031526 Rodeo Bullriders Only. 196323 PBA Bowling 716743 Baywatch Real World Dr. Katz Pro. Pathfinders Racing 917743 Billiards: Doubles 492491 9:00 Dream On 9:30 Dance 927255 Real World 10:00 10:30 Dallas 472120 Beavis 382675 A-Llst 6685385 Politically Inc. Dally 3391014 Singled Out NHL Hockey: Avalanche at Canucks 872236 Superbouts412255 NHL Hockey Washington Capitals at New York Rangers. (Live) 5667014 NHL 4377507 Murder, She Wrote 683781 Movie * * * "Return of a Man Called Horse" (1976) 72954781 Movie ** "The Haunting of Seacllff Inn" (1994) 13507304 [Silk Stalklngs 6820S2 Movie "Ulzana's Raid" (1972) 22816762 NFL 579149 Sportscenter Bloopers RPM 92054 Movie "In the Company of Darkness" (1993) 4003168 iMovIe** "Flowers In the Attic" (1987) 7568439 NFL Night at the Classics: Rivalries 9439472 Sister 921946 NickFreno Unsolved Mysteries 673439 Politics Yard 9536120 Homebulldlng Equal Time Wild Discovery 548205 SeaTek Arnold 519507 Happy 235033 Ultrasclence Biography 243633 NFL Classics 5313694 WayansBros. 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