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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SUNDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1996 B7 ^Creators Syndicate -*,*. Inc. HOROSCOPES ,.* ARIES (March 21-April 19). Partnerships are Hee'ply rewarding. Artistic triumphs are yours when you^ compromise. A romantic relationship needs fine- fujlng. Trusted friends disappoint you, but there are extenuating circumstances. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Community .organizations appreciate your special talents. Stop -generalizing, and get down to specifics if you really want to solve financial problems. Love a Libra. Make small donations to a good cause. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You must express tenderness to loved ones - especially teens. Be persistent and turn a refusal Into an acceptance. Start business projects with family members. Sparks of romance are there. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Sales, auctions and bargains bring fabulous values. Your financial sixth sense is astounding. Don't take out hostility on those you really care for. Children test your love. If —L 9 possible, do things by phone; • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). •Make any sacrifice to be with your marriage partner. F'dstponing decisions wastes valuable time. Social ^contacts bring profitable business recommendations. tBetter haalth comes with diet and exercise. "'-•'. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 27). Your self- confidence soars when you get a new job this Npvember. Don't go for fast profits, though -- simply build a career. Hefty raises come in December, when ,you gain power. Side-step emotional commitments 'until January. A long-lost love returns. Travel in ^August. Awards are yours in May. Your best signs for irije love are Capricorn and Leo. •. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Work you do now ^brings financial windfalls. Anything written leads to 'opportunity. Be ready to take a job in a new field. Be nice to all Libras today ~ you need them more than -you think. ' • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Enormous personal .growth causes you to reassess all relationships. Let parents know you are ready for responsibilities. M-pge purchases are lucky, especially in real estate. Career choices are difficult to make. f^* SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). You have far more talent and drive than others realize. Work done alofle is best. Homemakers discover new hope in a ••friend's success. Spend time on your home. .Unexpected visitors are slightly judgmental. _ v > SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your charm -dissolves long-standing feuds. Take a lot of time to 'practice a sport or musical instrument. A distant love is completely faithful; don't worry. Luck comes vthrough large groups. ; • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You've •shortchanged yourself emotionally. Find supportive 5 friends. Get into a new routine. You can even make 'drastic lifestyle changes right now. Watch your •valuables. You are enterprising. « • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Who you know «becomes of tremendous interest to a new love. Make 5 sure you are not being used. Privileges are revoked <lf jtou challenge authorities. Place your family's J needs before friends. I "J> PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Splendid romance «seems too good to be true, but it is for real. Friends J are jealous of your luck, so disregard their * comments. A trip Is vital no matter what the cost. 'Business requires great attention to detail. ••-;HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 today WEATHIR Kansas today 61 HIGH 40 LOW Today, partly cloudy and cooler. High 61 . North wind 10 to 20 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy With a low hear 40. 5:36 p.m. 6:53 a.m. Today's Sunset , Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: A chance for rain southwest, partly cloudy elsewhere. Cooler with highs from the 40s west to the 60s southeast. , •TONIGHT: Partly cloudy. Lows from y - thejnid-208 northwest to the lower 40s southeast. . ' • MONDAY: A "'.chance for. light rain south;' Increasing'/ cloud rfShtf. Highs in . Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal V .; Record /Year High 79 -, 64 91/1927,3$ . Low 63 40 ' 20/1898' . • High and low to6p.m r PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. . None October to date '. 0.30 Average October 2.41 Year to date 29.69 Average year thrpugh October ; 26.94 Average year ,, • • 28,95, , DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line ti Category 9494 \ * the 50s west to lower 60s bast. • TUESDAY: A chance for rairt .mainly east. Highs in the 50s to the lower 60s southeast. • WEDNESDAY: Dry. Lows in the mid- to upper 30s north and west to the mid- 40s southeast. Highs from around 50 northwest to around 60 southeast, Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow U.S. today 40s. 60s 70s COLD WARM STATIONARY ^° © 1996 AccuWeathe Pressure ^^^ sA» HL EE3 ESI mi EZ3 fSl E3 V? HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville HI 73 LO 60 PREC Anchorage HI 20 LO 8 OTLK Clr Belolt 74 60 Atlanta 75 64' Cldy Chanute 76 63 Boston 59 49 Goncordla 75 60 Cloy Chicago 68 58 Cloy Dodge City 73 49 ' Dallas-Ft Worth 77 70 Rain Emporia' 79 64 Denver 45 24 Snow Garden-City 71 47 , Kansas City 61 51 Cldy . Goodtend 56 44 Hutchlnson 77 61 t .15 '*. ' Lawrence 76 64 Las Vegas Los Angeles ' New York City 62 •7468 47 58 •.-f.i'66 Rain Cldy < Cldy ., v -.',,, , v,<.- " ' ..... • ;, • KANSAS aOAD£ONDITIONS HOTLINE Manhattan 76. 61 .01 .. Oklahoma City 67 60 Rain -PlttsBurg '. 77. 63 Omaha '55 39 • Russell' 73 52 Orlando. 88 67 Topete 78 61 Wichita 76 59 Cloy Phoenix 64 50 Rain San Francisco 75 52 PEOPLE Chief justice to try history BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Chief Justice William Rehnquist gets a crack at one of England's all-time murder mysteries. The Supreme Court veteran will be one of three judges who will oversee today's mock murder trial of King Richard III, accused of slaying his two young nephews to usurp the throne. Many historians believe the king had the REHNQUIST heirs to the throne killed to make way for his own coronation in 1483. Details of their disappearance and death remain a mystery. Law students will argue the case. The visit is expected to be much quieter than Rehnquist's last visit to Indiana University in 1986, when his speech was cut short by jeers from civil rights and women's groups, and he left by a back door. Where are all the librarians? LEXINGTON, Ky. — Radio personality Bob Edwards would like to know what happened to the librarians he used to know. Edwards, host of "Morning Edition" oh National Public Radio, said librarians seem to be more concerned these days with building modern facilities and holding fund-raisers than with providing information. "I'm afraid too many good librarians have become administrators' or fund-raisers," he told a librarian conference Friday. Don't get him wrong, though. Edwards says librarians beat the Internet. "Machines have their place," he said. "But give me a librarian, someone who has a better machine: a human brain." • Kennedy takes poke at son EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. — No father- son rivalry in the Kennedy clan, you say? Think again. Sen. Edward Kennedy gave his son, Patrick, a little ribbing on the campaign trail Friday. The freshman Congressman from Rhode Island is running for re-election. "I remember when I first went to Washington and for a number of years, I was compared to my brothers," the 64- KENNEDY year-old senior senator from Massachusetts said. "And now in the while since Patrick's been down there, I'm being compared to him. "They're saying, 'Isn't he a wonderful young man, isn't he doing a great job?' and I'm getting a little tired of hearing that." From Wire Service Reports MOVIES T ADVICE ID)'. *:- .:* Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent ^Children & Seniors $3.50 •Prlnwtlmt Adulto $3.75 OttwrTImM $5.50 Thinner R n/a (•2:20-'4:50)-7:05 Mid-State «1 hour 33 mln. Mighty Ducks 3 PG * (*2:15-*4:45) Sunset•1 hour 44 mln. Long Kiss Goodnight R ** 1 /2 7:00 Sunset • 2 hours High School High PG13 *V4 (•2:30-'5:00)-7:10 ' Sunset•1 hour 26 min. J£That Thing You Do & PG M^ * irick \. ('1:35-*4:20)-7:10 ^•"Central • 1 hour 48 min. S^The Associate teg PG13 S'T- ** gV. (*1:25-'4:10)-7:05 it "Central • 1 hour 54 mln. • Sleepers 1 R 1 *** | ('1:15-'4:00)-7:00 * • Central • 2 hours 29 min First Wives Club PG &! ** M ;_ ('1:45-'4:30)-7:15 J2 - Central «1 hour 43 mln. Ghost And The Darkness »: R m ' ' /2 tt- „ C2:15-'4:45)-7:00 J£ Mid-State «1 hour 44 mln. w'£ • Storing drugs in large amounts can lead to trouble Dear Ann Landers: Our 15-year-old son recently tried to commit suicide. I hope this letter will serve as a warning to other parents, especially those with emotionally volatile teen-agers. We often shop at a discount drugstore and purchase large quantities of drugs, at a lower cost. As a result, we had bottles containing 500 to 1,000 tablets of commonly used painkillers such as aspirin, Tylenol and ibuprofen in our medicine cabinet. Since our children are of high school age, we never felt the need to lock up anything. We didn't realize our younger son, a wonderful and intelligent boy, was seriously depressed. When his girlfriend ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. broke up with him, he went off the deep end and impulsively swallowed a large quantity pain killers. He is fortunate to be alive and healthy. Thanks to swift, first-rate treatment, he recovered. He is now undergoing therapy and taking medication for his depression. Before he came home from the hospital, we flushed away all the remaining over-the-counter drugs in the house. Teen-age suicide attempts are rising at an alarming rate. We innocently gave our child the means to kill himself. Please print this letter for the benefit of other parents who may be as unthinking as we were. — Shaken But Wiser in Maryland Dear Maryland: Any drug can be lethal if you take enough of it. Buying in bulk may save money, but is it worth the risk of having a child overdose, accidentally or otherwise? Thanks for the opportunity to alert my readers. TV TONIGHT Dear Ann Landers: My mother and her sister haven't spoken to each other for 15 years. Strangely enough, this wasn't their choice. It was my uncle's decision. When "Aunt Maybelle" married "Uncle Charlie," he began to brainwash her for reasons no one could figure out. He made her choose between her family or him. She chose him. Uncle Charlie and Aunt Maybelle have been married for 40 years, and no one has dealt with this problem. Everyone in the family is so stubborn, they won't even discuss it. This infuriates me. At family gatherings, accommodations are made so our family doesn't have to sit near Aunt Maybelle's family, and my grandparents get stuck in the middle. I despise my uncle for breaking up two families and controlling my weak-minded aunt, who never stood up for herself. We could have so much fun together, but instead, there is silence. The thing that really tears me up is my grandparents are getting older and would love to see everyone reconciled before they pass away. I'm afraid the only reconciliation, if there is one, will be at the cemetery. Is there anything you can do to help, Ann? — Anonymous in Chicago Dear Anonymous: I can print your letter, add my two cents' worth and hope it sinks in. The key here is Aunt Maybelle. Do your darndest to persuade her that she must somehow find the courage to tell Uncle Charlie that she is going to be part of her family's life and if he doesn't like the idea, he can stay home. She must let him know that too many years have been wasted and now she is going to celebrate happy occasions with her family instead of waiting to make up at Grandma or Grandpa's funeral. Her Declaration of Independence will let him know a new day is dawning. ft'*'. ii 1 " ' fBestbets \' •'» 8 p.m. — "Patriot Games," "^APC, Salina cable channel 9 & 10. ^Harrison Ford stars in this movie ^about a former CIA agent who is ^stalked by a vengeful IRA terrorist. *(•-•• 9:30 p.m. — "Zorba the SjQreek," AMC, Salina cable channel !*3'1. Anthony Quinn stars in. this Rrnovie about a Greek laborer who Stakes the heir to a mine under his »Af/jng. 10/27/96 Nature 23843 3rd Rock 6089 [Boston 756 Movie "The Secret She Carried" (1996) Peri Gilpin. 7805 a World Series Game 7 - Atlanta Braves at New York Yankees. (CC) 672911 I Movie *** "Hoffa" (1992) 323973 Touched by an Angel 36331 B Encourage , [Christ 1605 [Breakaway! Jubilee 78379 [Community Bulletin Board 726S34 B Classical Music 87027 [Served 9195 [Keep Up 8602 [Masterpiece Theatre 76911 [Doctor Who 82795350 ffi Touched by an Angel 16553 m m m m 7:00 7:30 8:00 Wild Am. 9973 Singles 8008 8:30 9:00 9:30 Masterpiece Theatre 29027 10:00 Foot In Grave News 7842640 Seinfeld 10:30 Keeping Up EZ Streets 56195 News 7010114 Cape 2586992 World Series Game 7 -- Atlanta Braves at New York Yankees. (CC) 644263 News 91911 .ols & Clark-Superman 60737 Movie *** "Patriot Games" (1992) Harrison Ford, Anne Archer. 500060 Lois & Clark-Superman 21485 Movie *** "Patriot Games" (1992) Harrison Ford, Anne Archer. 501718 3rd Rock-Sun Boston Com. Movie "Steel Magnolia" Cont'd Movie Cont'd [Inside Out News 6501263 Sports EZ Streets 38319 Movie "The Secret She Carried" (1996) Peri Gilpin. 530621 Movie "Made (or Each Other" 9970640 . Prlmetlme News §420669 News 6769911 Home Imp. News $93701 News 6170263 Inside Edition "Best Friends" (1982) 7909621 Avonlea 60518398 Movie "The Road to Morocco" 241331 7207992 Movie "My Bloody Valentine" (1981) 487911 [Movie ** "Dead Cold" (1996) 331008 [Movie "Silent Fall" 4935089 Movie ** "Wagons Eastl" (1994) John Candy. 9938176 [Movie *** "The War" (1994) Elijah Wood. 87201973 Movie * * * * "The Godfather, Part II" (1974) The saga of the Corieone crime family continues. 203535 "Shadow Zone: Undead" 4993737 [Movie **» "The Blob" (1988) Kevin Dillon. 93801669 News 897963 Sports Sunday CNN Presents (CC) 167553 World Today 174089 No Relation Lost & Found Vega$ 2967379 Heroes of the Heart 9521602 American Band 158176 Common Sense 9530350 Color 7992331 Color 7796534 Insplr. Please! Triumphs Movie * *H "Ransom for a Dead Man" (1971) 153621 340945 Sherman Oaks Sports Tonight (CC) 177176 Miami Vice 2940602 Family Series 9520973 Remington Steele 172756 Movie *** "Auntie Mama" (1958) Rosalind Russell. 603398 [Movie "Zorba the Greek" (1964) 311605 Drag Racing Road Rules Sports 354263 Unplugged 157447 Movie * * "I Love You to Death" (1990) 2211263 Women's College Volleyball Kansas at Texas. 142621 m 3PM1620060 |Billiards: Doubles 9554398 [Klckboxlng ISKA, 4622669 [Superbouls 9010756 [Arm Wrestling Pacific Blue 163973 NFL Football Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots. From Foxboro Stadium. (Live) (CC) 9S7404 National Geo. 173350 Reflections 1981 Wimbledon 7105824 Encore on Ice 5211282 m m m 7:00 7:30 Outdoors 8:00 Roland Martin Buckmasters 8:30 iheerleadlng; Champ. 9962631 Gymnastics gosiiT 9:00 Go Fish! Ren & Stimpy Dr. Kate Pro. 9:30 Raceday Mechanic Ren & Stlmpy Critic 6583973 Powerboat Racing 994911 Aerobics Ch. 992447 10:00 Buzzkill Politically Inc. Dally 3299602 10:30 Road 711319 Do Something Skiing Mag. 904398 Sportscenter (CCj 995534 Silk Stalklngs 172621 Big Easy 192465 Silk Stalklngs 1 Haunted 181379 Parent 46419S | Harvey 180621 [Unhappily | Robert Rlpley: Believe 194843 With Roger Movie **» "Jekyll & Hyde" (1990), Cheryl Ladd 330843 Steals and Deals 8652027 Ray Bradbury 8964843 Wild Discovery 534447 How'd They Do That? 906621 Wubbulous Kids Pick Rivera Live 8638447 Fast Pitch nnervlew News 8437404 Instant Replay Intimate Portrait 175843 Barbara Walters 145602 Charles Grodin 8641911 Scan 9109282 Movie ***» "Letter to Brezhnev" (196S) 8951379 Snakes-Rocks 543195 [Monsters & Mayhem 523331 Behind Vampires - Thirst for the Truth 926485 Happy 874527 Munsters Haunted Houses 145737 World Vision Paid 748669 Complices eh Famlllt 84331 Movie 'Trigger Fast" Cont'd Scooby Poo [Jabberjaw Mister Venezi Odd 893602 Taxi 335263 America's Castles 558027 Lead. 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