The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 25, 1996 · Page 15
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1996 B3 HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Outlandish Suggestions are not as crazy as they seem -- keep an open mind. Impress new clients and customers in the privacy of your own home. Unsettled disputes could divert you from work. A Libra woos you. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Superiors accept recommendations, so you may be able to swing things your way. Technical matters or malfunctions prove how indispensable you are to the company. A romance becomes serious. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Deadlines promote creativity. Share expenses or chores with neighbors as there are great savings to be shared. Employers abuse your good nature. Luck comes through government agencies or community services. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Get estimates in writing. Couples need separate activities as time apart will enhance love. Sacrifice now for future business or financial gains. A Scorpio figures in a money Investment. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You feel restless. Do not undo what is JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. * good through rash actions. Posh invitations arrive. Logic impresses elders, teachers and parents. Sudden gifts come from a lover of the past. Use caution with this person. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 25). November finds you promoting your ideas right and left. Get the best deal possible for yourself, and soar ahead of coworkers. Love in December with a Pisces or Taurus could lead to marriage. A business investment made in January is a success by May if you follow through. The best months to travel are April and August. Lucky money months are May and March. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You are bewildered about a loved one's actions. Reinvent yourself with a shopping spree. A job opportunity comes up through a leisure activity. A Cancer rescues you from a boring family function. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). A new policy at work increases your awareness of the skills you need to get ahead. Reorganize your personal priorities. An exciting new love relationship begins with an Aquarius colleague or neighbor. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). A tough-talking coworker Is actually a teddy bear at heart. You have more clout with a current or former love than you realize. Do not let children manipulate you. Luck comes through travel. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Exchange ideas with competitors and you will both gain. Profits come from overlooked resources. You learn about a new job that will allow you to spend more time at home. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Affluent new friends help you score big with a new love. Luck comes just In time to solve a financial situation that you once thought was hopeless. In business, seek Leos for partnerships; in love, seek Pisceans. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). A live-in love or serious relationship wants to make a bigger commitment. Do not let outside distractions keep you from doing your job properly. A Capricorn drops in unannounced. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Colleagues reveal top secrets over lunch. Discard old theories, and use "innovation in business or with creditors. Creative contests are entered. Deal boldly with a new Sagittarius love. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line J:H.-iiM«M Category 7827 Salina today WEATHER Kansas today 63 HIGH 45 LOW Today, partly sunny and windy. High 63. South wind 20 to 30 mph and gusty. Tonight, mostly cloudy and windy* Low 45. Wind southwest 20 to 30 mph. 6:39 p.m. Today's Sunset 7:51 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Windy, mild and partly sunny. Gusty south winds 20 to 35 mph. Highs from the mid- 605 northwest to the lower 70s southeast. •TONIGHT: A chance for showers northwest and east. Windy and mostly cloudy with lows from 35 to 40 west to around 60 southeast. •SATURDAY: Cooler west. Breezy with a chance for showers north and east. Highs from 45 to 50 west to the 60s east. • SUNDAY: Turning colder. A chance for rain central and east. Lows from the upper 20s west to the mid- 40s southeast. Highs from the mid- and upper 30s west to the mid-50s southeast. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year High 72 65 92/1939 Low 39. 42 26/1895,96,1972 • High and low to 6 p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. . None October to date • 0.30 Average October 2.41 Year to date -.' 29.69 Average year through October 26.94 Average year , 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Calf COMMUNITY line I Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE, 1 -800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol r::,K;S.M>i»'.Li. Pittsburg 71°"| OKLA. Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy U.S. today COLD WARM STATIONARY ^i± © 1996 AccuWeathe Pressure ^^ .jAa -&f~\ s-S~\ HL EE3 ESI LTD EZ3 E3 E3 & * X dl_i HIQH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Belolt Chanute Coffeyville Concordia Dodge City ' Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson .Lawrence • Manhattan Plttsbura Russell Topeka Wichita ' .HI 71 73 69 89 71 71 71 69 70 69 72 70 73 69 70 LO PREC 38 42 38 41 38 ' 40 37 , 32 •43 42 35 40 42 35 42 Temperatures *ere unavailable from The Associated Press. PEOPLE BYRD Bet leads to free concert NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country singer Tracy Byrd climbed onto a giant billboard and gave a free concert after losing a fishing bet. Byrd sang for an hour Wednesday night for a crowd of more than 1,700 people as police blocked off all but one lane of a major road. Byrd sang from a billboard featuring the cover of his new album. The "Billboard Bash" resulted after he failed to catch more fish than a local disc jockey who put up his El Camino. Some fans brought chairs or lounged in the back of pickup trucks, while others danced in the street. "We questioned it at first," said Gene Ward, assistant director of public works. "We figured it could work. Internet receives acid test ALBANY, N.Y. — Free speech on the Internet got an acid test when former Grateful Dead lyricist John Perry Barlow was asked about drugs during an online chat sponsored by a daily newspaper. Barlow, a Libertarian who is fighting efforts to limit material on the Internet, was asked if he still stood by a statement that taking LSD was the best thing he ever did. "Having kids was the best thing I ever did. Taking acid was the second best thing I ever did," said Barlow, 49. He did not say whether he still uses drugs. Barlow collaborated with Grateful Dead band members on songs from the 1970s to the late '80s. He appeared on the Web site of the Albany Times Union on Wednesday. Insults help 'shock jock' NEW YORK — Don Imus, the "shock jock" who insulted the Clintons to their faces in a dinner speech seven months ago, says the gig was good for business. "That speech turned out out to be best thing that ever happened to me," Imus said in the November issue of the TV magazine Satellite Direct. "Imagine where I'd be today if I'd said something really nasty." His syndicated "Imus in the Morning" radio show has expanded from 50 to 90 stations, giving him a daily audience estimated at 10 million, the magazine said. He is also simulcast on the new cable news channel MSNBC. Imus joked about President Clinton's alleged extramarital affairs and Hillary Rodham Clinton's financial dealings at a formal dinner on March 21. From Wire Service Reports MOVIES * Bad ** Fair *** Good **'** Excellent Children & Seniors $3.50 •Prlmetime That Thing You Do PG *** (•4:20)-7:10-9:40 Central • 1 hour 48 mln. The Associate PG13 ** (•4:10)-7:05-9:45 Central • 1 hour 54 min. Sleepers R *** (•4:00)-7:00-9:50 Central • 2 hours 29 mln First Wives Club PG ** ('4:30)-7:15-9:35 Central «1 hour 43 min. Ghost And The Darkness R % ("4:45)-7:00-9:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 44 min. Adults $3.78 Other Tlm«» 55.50 Thinner R n/a (•4:50)-7:05-9:10 Mid-State «1 hour 33 mln. Mighty Ducks 3 PG * (•4:45) Sunset •! hour 44 mln. Long Kiss Goodnjght R 7:00-9:25 Sunset • 2 hours High School High PG13 (•5:00)-7:10-9:15 Sunset • 1 hour 26 mln. Best bets • 8 p.m. — "Millennium," Fox, Salina cable channels 4 & 7. Series premiere. Forces work to prevent the demise of humanity that is predicted to coincide with the approach of the millennium. This episode: Frank Black joins a Seattle murder investigation. • 9 p.m. — "Homicide: Life on the Street," NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13. When Kellerman comes under investigation for allegedly accepting bribes, Lt. iQiardello assigns him to desk duty alongside Pembleton. • 9 p.m. — "Sex and the Silver Screen," Showtime, Salina cable channel 22. Motion-picture Sexuality from 1895 to the present :js examined in this definitive treatment of the subject, featuring :fijm clips and archival footage. T ADVICE Ann has formula to manage 'control freak' boss ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. Dear Ann Landers: I recently received a nice promotion and was thrilled until I learned that I would be working under an individual who has the reputation of being a "control freak." Do you have any guidelines that might help me maintain my sanity, sense of humor and integrity? I have a lot to gain, professionally, by this move and want to make the most of it. I have, however, witnessed many competent workers reduced to tears by this individual, who seems to have a sadistic streak, especially where women are concerned. Maybe some of your readers who have experienced this challenge could offer some suggestions. Meanwhile, I would appreciate whatever ideas you have. — Nervous Nellie in New York Dear Nellie: Control freaks are tough duty, but they can be managed if you keep your blood pressure down and use your head. Here's the formula: Be sure to run everything by "C.F." (control freak) so he will know you are not trying to pull any end runs. Ask his advice frequently, and thank him profusely for his wisdom and guidance. Remember that old adage "You can catch more flies with honey than with vinegar." It works. Dear Ann Landers: This is in response to "U.M., Mesa, Ariz.," who was divorcing her husband and leaving her two young children with him. She said she suffered from depression and could not take care of the kids emotionally or financially. Leaving them with her ex-husband, she said, would be best for all concerned. She f was, however, worried about what others would think. I was married at the age of 15 and divorced at 27. We have two sons who are now 14 and 16. When I became so unhappy that I couldn't get out of bed in the morning, I sought professional help. The diagnosis was major depression. My husband said it was all in my head. I put up a good front in public, but behind closed doors, I was miserable. People thought I had everything — beautiful children, a lovely home, two cars. Little did they know. I finally left my husband and took my children, but it was a never-ending struggle. I agreed to joint custody, which was the smartest thing I've ever done. We now spend every weekend and holiday together as a family, and the children have their own rooms in both their father's house and mine. I am on medication for depression, thanks to an excellent doctor, and am now able to live a real life. Tell "Mesa" she will have to face a lot of criticism, but she must ignore the detractors. She owes them noth- ing. Caution her against spoiling her children in an attempt to compensate for the fact that the family is not like everyone else's. Let her know she is not alone. — Been There in Danville, 111. Dear Dan: Congratulations for getting the help you needed and having the courage to do what was best for your children. I hope "Mesa" sees your letter and takes your advice. I love the way my readers help one another. Thank you. Gem of the Day (Credit Roger Pond): There is no such thing as a six-or seven-person "family tent." Just try putting two adults and five kids in a tent and see what kind of family you've got when morning comes. Rest assured, anybody who has that many kids didn't get them by sleeping in a tent with six or seven people." TV TONIGHT o e o X-Files 30903 o a Family 62941 Family 185 Charlie Brown Boo-You 9293 IB m 7:00 WashWk3212 7:30 Wall St. 6583 Market 9632 Jnsolved Mysteries 4545 Dateline 3293 K-Flles 90361 Millennium 16309 Brown Boo-You 2309 5583 Inside 8309 WashWk6421 Wall St. 3477 Boy-World Boy-World Jnsolved Mysteries 865361 Movie "Karate Kid II" Cont'd 8:00 8:30 9:00 Kansas Candidates 189421 Homicide: Life 6859 Mr. & Mrs. Smith 10583 9:30 10:00 10:30 Zwlcker - An American Cowboy 97477 News 7988496 [Tonight Show Star Trek: Voyager 96545 Nash Bridges 81449 Coronado School 6th Grade Memories 47699 Millennium 49651. Kansas Week Kansas 5106 Sabrlna 48361 Sabrlna7274 Clueless 20/20 85477 Clueless 6309 Mr. & Mrs. Smith 67477 Dateline 881309 News 36187 Election Guide 18187 20/2052545 Nash Bridges 70941 Homicide: Life 861545 Coach 86767 News 7149670 Nichols 41903 News 26309 Group 76699 News 7076458 News 6531729 News 6559125 News 8894651 Movie ***» "Apocalypse Now" (1979) Martin Sheen, 16721651 Disney Halloween (R) (CC) 8569854 Movie "Something Wicked This Way Comes" (CC) 59256421 Movie "Empire Records" (1995) (CC) 709167 Movie ***» "Lethal Weapon 2" (1989) (CC) 822859 Movie **» "The Prophecy" (1995) (CC) 9067632 Movie **» "Smoke" (1995) William Hurt. (CC) 8764816 Movie * *» "Virtuosity" (1995), Kelly Lynch 4740922 Movie "Back to Back" (1996) (CC) 512767 Movie ** "Roommates" (1995) Peter Falk. (CC) 943201 News 312729 I Inside Politics Larry King Live 409729 Picket Fences 2087187 Miami Vice 2096835 Our House 9667458 Highway to Heaven 488361 Cheers 62187 Late Show Nichols 50651 Patrol 38859 Business Rpt. Roseanne Nlghtline Late Show Tonight Show Prlmetime Daltrey 360767 Hot Line Sex-Screen 414651 Bedtime World Today 412293 Sports 579187 Moneyllne Color 7038187 Color 7825090 Movie "Mama Violet" 9670922 Rescue 911404309 Movie "A Streetcar Named Desire" (1951) 9112496 700 Club 484545 Not-Elections Latino 580293 Picket Fences 2086458 Midpoint LawwnUye Three Stooges 487632 Movie "Zombies of the Stratosphere" (1952) 13306057 iuzzklll |Do Something Movie "Once Upon" Cont'd Ocean Festival (R) 210903 Auto Racing | Billiards; Doubles 9683854 | Boxing Aaron Davis vs. Tony Marshall. (Live)' Renegade 418477 m. Wovle *** "Carrie"(1976)SissySpacek. 13556670 7:00 7:30 Ihampionshlp Rodeo 233729 Prime Time Country! 8:00 8:30 Singled Out Ren&Stlmpy 9:00 News 527670 9:30 Dance 721421 Weekend Warm-up < Movie * * * "Stir Crazy" (1980) Gene Wilder. 2385309 10:00 10:30 College Hockey Wisconsin at Denver. (Live)! M mi Hockey Chicago Blackhawks at Detroit Red Wings. (Live) (CC) 336941 |Sportscenter 56 Movie "Rattled" (1996) William Katt, Shanna Reed. 42 ialloween [Figure Skating Halloween on Ice. (R) 408632 Movie Cont'd |George Chuvalo vs. Floyd Patterson 8185038 Movie * * *» "Deliverance" (1972), Jon Voight 499583 Intimate Portrait 491835 Movie "Her Desperate Choice" (1996) Faith Ford. 411699 Politics Court 5482729 Reflect.-Gold Equal Time WildDlscovery872651 Quest 140545 BattleJutla Kablaml Happy 556859 Biography 874019 : ootball America (R) < Movie * * * "The Lost Boys" Big 12 Showcase' News! 545 Rivera Live 8767903 Charles Grodln 8787767 World Famous Toons 8080835 Invention [ Beyond 2000 Karnak on the Nile (R) 237545 Lucy 346651 Munsters Wings 878835 Miracle Planet (R) 257309 Mary Movie * * * "Dracula" (1974) Jack Palance. 887583 UnReal977813 Maria 47767 Canaveral de Paslones 255854 Sexy Swlmsuits (R) 494903 Jonny Quest Fllntstones Comlcvlew 869293 A Travel del Video 14 True Hollywood Story 414767 Bugs 1066212 [Torn and Jerry | Speed Raw | Super iegu Living 1 Next Step Beyond 2000 Quest Law t Order 866090 Benst ! 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