The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 30, 1996 · Page 11
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL Almanac WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1996 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Romance needs encouragement to survive. Use any leverage you have to get a child into a new school or environment. Ask for favors. Important people are impressed by your innovative ideas. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You don't have to answer questions just yet. A meeting is postponed, but you actually benefit. Keep ongoing business relationships intact. Too many changes now could undermine your hard work. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Be persistent in love. The stakes are high, but you do best when you have all your eggs in one basket. Co-workers are serious about suggestions. Seek out loyal friends, and return this trust. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Get on the boss' good side by checking your work. Your madcap love life could burst if you don't slow down. Two romances are fine, but you truly want a one-on-one commitment. Listen to a teen-ager carefully. ;. ^ • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Creativity is your ticket. You ge,t maximum results from projects started now. Your company changes its policies, giving you more freedom. Any change in your schedule will bring luck and opportunity. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (October 30). Once you focus, it is a year of success. The chaos in your personal life forces you to make needed changes. An elder Leo gives money and gifts. Consider opening your own business this November. Part-time work in July brings sudden money. Marriage in May could be with a Libra or Taurus. Your windfall months are March and June. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Free up your schedule. Trips to see about speculative jobs prove to be successful. Put money into your career. Marriage partners are willing to make huge concessions, so ask, now! Singles meet prospects at the gym. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). You and a colleague are at cross-purposes. Revitalize family unity by changing home routines in some small way. Old employers need you and will pay well. Consider getting more settled into a romance. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). The more expressive you are, the better. Show enthusiasm as others pick up on your mood. In love, you've reached an impasse, so take some dramatic action. Partners are overspending. Attend school functions. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Save time by doing nothing at all. You are caught in the middle of a no-win-situation -- don't participate. Work done alone is best. Homemakers need more objectivity when dealing with family matters. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Following the rules is too easy. Bypass normal channels, and get proposals to the top person. Claims are finally paid, bringing nice checks. Good news comes from a sick relative. Make car repairs. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Motivation returns when you fall in love. Taurus and Libra are excellent signs for you. Financial success comes when you reapply yourself to your career. Young professionals get huge promotions. « PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Why be stingy? Give in to the whims of your current love. Power games are going on in all areas. Don't regret a short- lived job or romance - it could lead to new and better things. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 MOVIES * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children & Sm\on $3.60 'Prtmetlnw Adults W.75 OtherTlmea $5.50 That Thing You Do PG *** (•5:10)-7:35 Central • 1 hour 48 mln. The Associate PG13 +* ('5:05)-7:40 Central «1 hour 54 mln. Sleepers R *** ('5:00)-7:45 Central • 2 hours 29 mln First Wives Club PG ** (•5:15)-7:30 Central • 1 hour 43 min. Ghost And The Darkness R % ("5:00)-7:15 Mid-State M hour 44 min. Thinner R n/a (•5:05)-7:10 Mid-State • 1 hour 33 min. Mighty Ducks 3 PG * (•5:00) Sunset «1 hour 44 mln. Long Kiss Goodnight R 7:15 Sunset • 2 hours High School High PG13 * 1 /2 Sunset • 1 hour 26 mln. WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 54 27 LOW Today, partly cloudy and cooler, High 54, North wind around 10 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy and cooler. Low 27. 5:33 p.m. > Today's Sunset 6:56 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended lor ecast • TODAY; Partly cloudy. Highs from the mid*40s north-, west to the lower 60s southeast. • TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. A few flurries west and north. Lows 20 to 30 west and north to the mid-30s southeast. % • THURSDAY: Cold. Cloudy. A chance for „ light rain or snow west. Highs 35 to 40 west, around 40 east. • FRIDAY: Cold. A chance for rain or snow showers west. Highs 35 to 45. •SATURDAY: A chance for rain or snow showers east early. Otherwise dry. Not quite as cold. Lows in the mid-20s to lower 30s. Highs in the mid-40s to lower. 50s. • SUNDAY: Dry. Lows from the 20s northwest to the 30s southeast. Highs from the lower 40s ' northwest to the lower 50s southeast; Torre is toast of town NEW YORK — Hey, Joe Torre! Your team just won the World Series, what are you going to do now? For starters, take a champagne shower. Some members of the New York Yankees gave their manager his just deserts during an appearance Monday on CBS' "Late Show with David Letterman." Bernie Williams, Jim TORRE U.S.today TEMPERATURES ( : Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 619 63 93/1937 Ldw 54 ! > ~ 39 ' . 16/1913 • High and low to 6 p.m ' 60s COLD WARM STATIONARY »JL* Pressure ^^ cx^~~\ r~^~\ HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. October .ttfdate , Average October -~ '• Year to date , * Average year through October .Average year , 0.46. 0.76 2.41 30.15 26.94' 28.95 Kansas yesterday U.S. today DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line Category 9494 - KANSAS ROAD CONDItlC-NS HOtUrJE', 1-800-585-7623 "Provided'by trie Kansas Highway Patrol' Belolt Chanute • Coffeyvills Concordla Dodpe City . Garden City Goodland Hill City Hutchlnson Lawrence* Manhattan Pittsburq Russell Toceka Wichita . HI 68 67 72 67 68 69 55 65 70 67 68 77, 67 67 67 LO PREC •55 ' .43 . 55 • 55 53 46 44 37 49 52 58 > 57 - 63 51 . 55 53 .23 .39 —54 -.21 .03 ~TT .56 • .10 .an'' .09 .37 .26 .42 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 " 33 80 56 51 • 80 52 •65 64 63 58 67 43 87 73 62 LO, • 28 03-s 39" 4tt'. TT 29 41 44 50 4«> --44 •At 68 48 49 £8S/ ,'•• Cldy,; „,' Sain • +• Clr — cW Cldy Rain Rain' '• Rain , cioy, Clr Cfdy> Cldy Leyritz, Wade Boggs, Paul O'Neill, Tino Martinez and Graeme Lloyd appeared onstage during the opening monologue. Later, as Letterman wrapped up his interview with Torre, the players sneaked back with warm champagne and let it fly, soaking Torre and spraying Letterman. . Letterman had a list of the "Top 10 ~ Ways New Yorkers Are Celebrating the Yankees' World Series Victory." Among them: "Statue of Liberty replaced with giant statue of Cecil Fielder." Moore just does it PORTLAND, Ore. — Michael Moore is suggesting a road trip that could be called "Phil and Me." The filmmaker and TV host — in town to promote-his book "Downsize This!" — spent an hour with Nike chairman and co-founder Phil Knight, who had invited Moore to visit the company's headquarters in Beaverton. In his book, Moore lists Knight No. 3 on his "corporate criminal file" because of Nike's reliance on cheap overseas labor. Moore arrived in Knight's executive sanctuary Friday, video crew in tow, and proposed a trip to Indonesia — leaving Sunday. Knight couldn't make time on his schedule, but the two agreed to try to work out a time early next year, Peters said. Seagal under siege with kids LOS ANGELES — Steven Seagal can handle the bad guys. Just keep him away from the babies. Seagal, the father of six, tries to be a hands-on dad. "I do change diapers, but I usually wait until they're a few weeks older," Seagal, who stars in "The Gllimmer Man, told "Entertainment Tonight" in an interview for broadcast Tuesday. "When they're too tiny I'm a little afraid of them." Seagal, the action star who almost sin, glehandedly took out a planeload of bad guys in "Under Siege," also wanted to set the record straight about his life and love. "I've been called everything from a 1 drug dealer to a hitman for the Mafia to a ' woman beater," Seagal said. "None of those things are true." From Wire Service Reports SEAGAL T ADVICE T AUVII/C .. Decision to remain chiklless should be respected But 21-year-old might regret taking 'measures' that might not be reversible later in life Dear Ann Landers: I am 21 years old, have been married a year and have no desire to have children. Many people have said to me, "You're too young to know what you want. Later in life, you will wish you had children." This makes me mad because I DO know what I want. In fact, both my husband and I already have taken measures to be sure I don't become pregnant accidentally. ' * — I love my life the way it is, and I don't want children to mess it up. When I tell people that, they look at me ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. like I'm some kind of freak. Why is there so much prejudice against couples who decide to remain childless? I have plenty of reasons for not wanting children. For starters, they're incredibly expensive. Secondly, parenthood is a lifetime responsibility. If your son gets into trouble or your rlaughter gets pregnant, who picks up. the tab, emotionally and financially? And what about the violence, drugs, peer pressure and worsening school conditions that kids have to deal with every day? I don't want to bring a child into this kind of world. Don't get me wrong, Ann. I like kids. I just don't want any of my own. I love the freedom I have because there are no kids in the picture. My husband and I will never walk the floor at night waiting for teenagers to come'home, wondering if they're in trouble or dead in a ditch somewhere. People shouldn't look down on those of us who have chosen not to have children, yet I feel that they do. Please print this TV TONIGHT letter and state your views. — Childless and Happy in Pa. Dear Pa.: I cannot imagine a decision that is more personal than whether or not to have children. Why are you so defensive about it? Parenthood is a major commitment. While the joys are enormous, so are the risks. It seems to me, however, that 21 is awfully young to have "taken measures" to ensure that you don't get pregnant. For your sake, I hope those "measures" can be reversed should you change your mind. In 10 years, you will not be the same person you are today. Bet on it. Dear Ann Landers: I am a 45-year-old woman of above-average intelligence, with no major problems — except one, which I am ashamed to admit. I have absolutely zero sense of direction. Am I the only one afflicted this way? Although it seems to be an insignificant problem, it has cost me dearly. I have had to pass up job promotions because they entailed driving to other cities or communities. I actuaUy must be programmed to go to the mall, which is just five miles away. It is extremely embarrassing to be invited somewhere and have to decline because I know I would get lost on the way, or if I did make it, I would never find my way back. I should tell you that maps, compasses and written directions have oftentimes been of no help. I still get lost. When I try to explain this problem to normal people who never get lost, they look at me like I'm from another planet-. Am I a hopeless case, Ann? What can you; suggest? — Royal Oak, Mich. Dear Royal Oak: You aren't an igno: ramus, dear. You were born with a glitch in the cranial wiring. Make dry runs whenever possible, and take another person with you if you can. I sympathize with you. My sense of direction isn't terrific, either. I can get lost in a phone booth. Best bets tame • 7 p.m. — "Ellen," ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & 10. Paige seeks revenge at a camp reunion; Anne Rice visits the bookstore. • 7 p.m. — "New Explorers," PBS, Salina cable channels 2 & 8. Host Bill Kurtis follows a team of scientists as they seek an answer to why 155 manatees have died near Florida's southwest coast. • 8 p.m. — "Cincinnati Pops Holiday. Erich Kunzel's Halloween Spooktacular," PBS, Salina cable channels 2 & 8. "Phantom of the Opera" excerpts and other spooky tunes are performed. • 8 p.m. — "Nightmare! The Birth of Victorian Horror," A&E, Salina cable channel 56. Professor Christopher Frayling explores the transformation of "Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde," Robert Louis Stevenson's "simple" morality tale. • 8:30 p.m. — "Public Morals," CBS, Salina cable channels 5 & 12. Series premiere. Vice squad officers work in New York City's Public Morals Division. This episode: teenage drinkers are cut off. ew Explorers 22301 Wings 2547 |Larroquet 301 Beverly Hills,9021048905 Nanny 2127 •mplymnt New Explorers 86SB5 Ellen 10585 Ellen 7653 Nanny 2721 7:00 7:30 Cincinnati Pops Holiday 52491 tewsradlo Party of Five 57653 Pearl 8653 Salina 7363 Almost 8547 [Public Morals Chamber of Commerce-Forum 68568 [Wildlife 22363 Townies Townles 1739 Wings 6466S3 Pearl 5547 Larroquette m Movie "Gumball Rally" Cont'd —•'-*•-'- ' ;i i »_._»!_i !••_..i- i i .. ut 8:00 8:30 Great Performances 28585 9:00 9:30 Kansas Week Law & Order 9301 News 7780856 Simpsons |Extra41189 Joach 27011 EZ Streets 64301 News 7941030 History of Technology 50160 Party of Five 97295 News 17059 Cincinnati Pops Holiday 62905 Great Performances 82769 Grace 96905 Carey 39540 Grace 6301 Carey 2108 Almost 8769 Newsradlo Prlmetlme Live 26721 Public Morals Men-Badly Prlmetlme Live 26127 EZ Streets 11295 Law & Order 185127 Movie "The Return of the Musketeers" (1989) (CC) 2885721 tovle Cont'd [Movie *** "Hocus Pocus" (1993) (CC) 9127856; Movie "A Return to Satan's Lot" 4800363 10:00 The Contrary 10:30 Tonight Show gfl My So-Called life 700585 Cheers 43059 gg Absolutely Late Show News 67653 Patrol 76301 Dupree 34063 News 7878818 BudnlslRpT BD Murder, She Wrote 732059 JMovIe "Trilogy of Terror II" (1996) (CC) 13343108 — — ' ----- _. _. ,T \. : i _ _ »i i Atpf-en I if...I A J. o. x "UarMj anrl iha Uani News 6333189 Roseanne pi F Nightline ]AvonleaS578802f Movie "How to Make an American Quilt" (1995) 9B69092 [Movie'** "Bralnscen" (1994) Edward Furlong. 26489585 Movie *** "Angus" (1995) 6330653 Movie** "The Specialist" (1994), Sharon Stone 136011 Movie **** "The Silence of the Lambs" (1991) 325943 [Inside Politics Miami Vice 2898295 Harry He 702943 WENN 418045 JMovle "Vogues of 1939" (1937) 3697740 .Hot-Elections [Comedy Half |Movle "Fair Game" 586092 Movie ** "Hideaway" (1995) 7374092 (Directed By Larry King Live 716011 World Today 703547 Family Theatre|Brooklyn Brld, Naomi Judd 788363 Color 7830547 [Color 7627450 Sports 893769 Moneyllne @3 Biography 181301 Picket Fences 2888818 PalmerstownU.S.A. 9481030 700 Club 708127 ^_ . Movie "Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe" 20941653 Heroes of the Heart 9466189 ffl Maria Three Stooges 701214 Aaron Tlppln 540011 CCHA 437045 PBA Bowling: Doubles 858721 JHL Hockey New York Rangers at New Jersey Devils. (Live) 5403818 |NHL 4106011 7:00 7:30 Prime Time Country 568059 Tracey Ullman Hockey Week News 818924 My So-Called Life 786905 Dance 336905 Real World Dream On 9:30 Dallas 549382 Real World A-Ust 6421189 10:00 10:30 Beavls 424653 Politically Inc. Singled Out Dally 3137818 NHL Hockey St. Louis Blues al Colorado Avalanche. From McNichols Sports Arena. 987160 Billiards: Doubles 541769 |Reno Air Show 521905 Sportscenter (CC) 524092 Equestrian |RPM 9041214 Silk Stalklngs 724030 Movie * * * "Harry and the Hendersons" (1987) John Uthgow. 925769 NFL Classics 35686905 Sister 637063 NFL Classics 40092092 NIckFreno Wayans Bros. Movie * *« "Jekyll & Hyde" (1990), Cheryl Ladd 795653 Equal Time Rivera Live 8569363 Homebulldlng Year by Year 8668479 Wild Discovery 163905 SeaTek Ultrascience Arnold 651585 Addams F. UnReal331585 |Movle "Dark Night of the Scarecrow" (1961) 7397143 Fo«x 687568 [News 532127 Wiseguy 535214 ntlmate Portrait 774160 Charles Grodln 8589127 History Alive 8891943 Discover Magazine 1726S3 Unexplained: Witches SS1127 Company of Whales 169189 World-Dreams 531363 MunsterslAddams F. Munstera lAddams F. Viet. Horror 167721 a 88011 Fire and Ice Ball (R) 7185.85 Gossip 268905 Jonny Quest jp»xter'» Lab News 270740 Buy One-Free SpGhost America After Hours 8582214 Our Century 8894030 Next Step 20th Century 187585 Comlcvlew 150547 Fuera34276 Unto Loco Talk Soup ScoobyDoo Night Stand ScoobyDoo Volleyball: Texas 7175363 Beyond 2000 SeaTek Munsters Ultrascience Addams F. Law & Order 180672 Talk 240769 Benson NotlcleroUnl.' Stern 871653 Rocky-Bullwln '. 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