The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 1, 1996 · Page 30
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 30

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, November 1, 1996
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D2 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1996 encore! WHAT'S HOT Books IMS UST WEEK WEEK 1 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 9 10 6 10 5 7 FICTION BEST SELLERS The Deep End of the Ocean, Jacquelyn Mitchard Desperation, Stephen King Executive Orders, Tom Clancy The Regulators, Richard Bachman My Girl Sunday, Mary Higgins Clark The Laws of Our Fathers, Scott Turow To the Httt, Dick Francis The Notebook, Nicholas Sparks Jack and Jill, James Patterson The Cetaatine Prophecy, James Redfield NONRCTION BEST SELLERS The Dllbert Principle, Scott Adams DogberVs Top-Secret Management Handbook, Scott Adams Slouching Towards Gomorrah, Robert H. Bork Don't Block the Blessings, Pattf LaBelle with Laura Randolph James Harriot's Favorite Dog Stories, James Harriot Love, Lucy, Lucille Ball with Betty Hannah How Good Do We Have To Be?, Harold S. Kushner The Sea Hunters, Clive Cussler and Craig Ditgo Unlimited Access, Gary Aldrich Angela's Ashes, Prank McCourt NEW BOOKS AT THE SALINA LIBRARY To Lie with Lions, Dorothy Dunnett Stranger among Friends, David Mixner The Plnball Effect, James Burke How to Think Like a CEO, D.A. Benton A Game of Thrones, George R.R. Martin Movies IMS UST TAD flDfTXCQlMfl Cll MO QWKS\HWUJW3 WEEK WEEK 1 VJr VanUoSlNu riLlWO WEEKEND row. 1 1 Sleepers $9.6 $26.4 2 - High School High $6.3 $6.3 3 - Stephen King's Thmner $5.7 $5.7 4 2 The Ghost and the Darkness $4.3 $26.8 5 3 The First Wives Club $4.3 $88.7 6 - The Associate •. $4.2 $4.2 7 4 The Long Kiss Goodnight $3.7 $25.3 8 - Michael Collins $2.4 $2.9 9 5 That Thing You Do $2.1 $20.6 10 6 D3: The Mighty Ducks $1.7 $18.2 • Source: SxfiWtor ftetattons CoJWeekena of Oct S5-27, & & TOP RENTAL FILMS 1 2 Twister 2 1 The Birdcage 3 4 Fargo 4 3 The Truth About Cats and Dogs 5 7 The Craft 6 - Primal Fear 7 5 Up Close and Personal 8 - The Great White Hype 9 8 Before and After to 6 Executive Decision » Source: Billboard magazine/Week of Oct. 17-Nov. Z. VIDEOS AT THE SAUNA LIBRARY Puerto Rico Alaska Experience Easy Woodworking Projects Snowboardlng Diva Music 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 to ffi 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 No Olgglty, Blackstreet It's All Coming Back To Me Now, Celine Dion I Love You Always Forever, Donna Lewis Macarena (ftayakte Boys Mix), Los Dei Rio Un-Break My Heart, Toni Braxton This )s for the Lover In You, Babyface Mouth, Merril Balnbridga Where Do You Go, No Mercy Twisted, Keith Sweat Nobody, Keith Sweat featuring Athena Gage TOP POP ALBUMS Best of Volume t, Van Halen Bow Down, Westslde Connection Trial By Fire, Journey Failing Into You, Celine Dion Recovering the Satellites, Counting Craws The Moment, Kenny G Tragic Kingdom, No Doubt Jagged Llttlo Pill, Alanis Morlssette Secrets, Ton/ Braxton Keith Sweat, Katth Swat • Source: The New York Times/Weak of Oct. 27-Nov. 2. & j£ TODAY'S HOT HITS POWER 94.5 1 2 TW* Is Your Might, Amber 2 1 Splderweb, No Doubt 3 5 if It Mflkes You Happy, Sheryl Crow 4 6 Mouth, Merrill Brainbridge 5 7 Twisted, Keith Sweat 6 8 Head Over Feet, Alanis Morissette 7 10 Birmingham, Amanda Marshall 8 1 1 When You Love a Woman, Journey 9 3 Where Do You Go, No Mercy 10 4 Key West Intermezzo, John Mellencamp 11 12 Dance Into the Light, Phil Collins 12 13 6th Avenue Heartache, Wallflowers 13 9 Come On Ride It, Quad City DJ's 14 14 Make a Night to Remember, Bryan Adams 15 15 That Thing You Do, The Worwtere 16 10 At NlgM I Pray, Wild Orchid 17 17 Still in Love With You, New Edition 18 - Fallln' In Love, La Bouche 19 - Don't Let Go, En Vogue 20 - Just Between You and Me, DC Talk • CounenyotKJCK, &4.BFM, Junction City. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 1 12 13 14 16 16 17 18 19 20 1 6 5 7 9 8 12 2 4 13 3 14 16 10 15 20 Like the Rain, Clint Black • Me and You, Kenny Chesney More Than You'll Ever Know, Travis Tritt Lonely Too Long, Patty Loveless The Road You Leave Behind, David Lee Murphy 1 Can Still Make Cheyenne, George Strait Strawberry Wine, Deanna Carter I Do, Paul Brandt The Maker Said Take Her, Alabama The Fear of Being Alone, Reba McEntire Believe Me Baby (I Lied), Trlsha Yearwood Love Remain*,- Collln Raye Change My Mind, John Barry Stars Over Texas, Tracy Lawrence Ain't Got Nothln' On Us, John Michael Montgomery Every Light In the House, Tcaca Adklns Mama Don't Oat Dressed Up For Nothing, Brooks & Punn Thtt O»' Wind, Garth Brooks It's All In Your Head, Diamond Rio Poor, Poor Pitiful Me, Terri Clark This photograph, taken of students in the school cafeteria, is part of the exhibit "A Day in the Life of Bartlett School" on display at the Sadna Public Library. 'Day in the Life' Students' photos on display "A Day in the Life of Bartlett School," an exhibit of photographs and writing by sixth-grade students, is on display through November at the Salina Public Library, 301 W. Elm. The exhibition includes photographs documenting happenings at Barlett Elementary School on March 21, Biographies of the Bartlett staff and faculty accompany the exhibit. Wendy Moshier's students used the project to explore the writing trait of "voice," Voice is the part of the Six Trait Writing Program that expresses the student's own personality jn their writing. After an introductory photo class by Salina photographer Jan Wilson, the students shot the photographs and z'eviewed and edited their work to select the final 60 images in the exhibit. The student writers and photographers were Dania Alonso, Peter Anderson, Amanda Ardrey, Adam Beard, Tommy Bingham, Stacy Brown, Charles Brunner, Wesley Commerford, Sendy Delgado, Chelsee Diehl, Steven Ediger, Chris Flener, Chris Flenthrope, Melissa Fowler, Melanie Garcia, Heather Jameson, Heather Keesling, John Milleson, Andrew Moxter, Alicia Olvera, Edward Shively, Ashley Sincock and Chris Swain. The project was partially funded by a grant from the Horizons Program of the Salina Arts and Humanities Commission and the Salina Education Foundation. Tina Turner likes her life in Europe By The Associated Press NEW YORK — Tina Turner found out that love has a lot to do with it. The 57-year-old rock legend who taught the world how to dance in high heels lives with German record executive Evwin Bach in Nice, France, and also has a house in Zurich. Switzerland. She hasn't lived in the United States for about 15 years. "Success in America — what I find with my homeland — nothing lasts very long," Turner told CBS' "60 Minutes" in an interview for broadcast Nov. 10. "Europe is different. You're right there with them until you come back." "In my heart, I don't think I will go back home," she said. Turner does, however, plan to do an extensive American tout- next spring. Events of the Day n Salina Journal * Courtesy of KY6Z, 93.7 FM, Salina; ratings broadcast on BillDogni American Country Countdown. EXHIBITS Abilene • EISENHOWER CENTER: In the library, "Our Mothers Before Us: Women and Democracy, 1789-1920," a panel display with photographs looking at the suffragette movement, ends Nov. 24. "Quirts by Ida Stover Eisenhower and Hortense Beck," an exhibit of handiwork by Ike's mother and Beck, who was born in Atwood and lives in Topeka. Through Labor Day. Dwighl 0. Eisenhower Library. Hours: 9 a.m.-4:45 p.m. daily. Museum admission: $2 adults, $1.50 senior citizens over 61 and free for children 15 and under. No charge for home, library, visitor center and Place of Meditation. Hays • HAYS ARTS CENTER: 1996 Wildlife Art Series featuring last year's award-winning wildlife art and this year's finalists depicting sandhill cranes, ends Tuesday. Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday. 112 E. 11th. Free. Lincoln • LINCOLN ART CENTER: "Einstein: Images & Impact," traveling exhibit by Kansas Historical Society, other German artifacts. 126 E. Lincoln Ave. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday; 10 a.m. to noon Saturday and by appointment Sunday. Lindsborg • BIRGER SANDZEN MEMORIAL GALLERY: An exhibit, "Holiday Gift Show," featuring gifts for the holidays by artists, begins Wednesday and ends Dec. 29. Hours: 1-5 p.m. Wednesday- Sunday. 401 N. First. $2 for adults, 50 cents for students in grades 1-12. • MINGENBACK ART CENTER: "Recent Work," featuring work by Kathleen Shanahan, begins Wednesday and ends Dec. 1. Artist lecture: 2-3 p.m. Nov. 9, followed by reception from 3-5 p.m. Bethany College campus Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Free. Marion • MARION HISTORICAL MUSEUM: Santa Fe artifacts, Indian artifacts, local items since 1860 and Marion High School graduates from 1884 to present. 501 E. Main. Hours: Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to noon and 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday 2 to 5 p.m. Russell • DEINES CULTURAL CENTER: Exhibit of ceramic tiles and sculpture by Bob and Inga Bow of Abilene begins Sunday and ends Dec. 8. Reception: 2-4 p.m. Sunday. 820 N. Main. Hours: 1-5 p.m. daily except Monday. Free. Salina • BLUESTEM GALLERY: "Harvest," featuring work by the 24 members of the gallery, ends Nov. 10. Hours: Noon to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday. 117 S. Santa Fe. Free. • FIRST BANK KANSAS: Ann Eitel and Marcella Oakes, both of Salina, will display watercotor and acfylic florals and landscapes through November. Main branch, 235 S. Santa Fe. During regular business hours. • KANSAS WESLEYAN UNIVERSITY ART GALLERY: Exhibit featuring silk paintings and other works by Mary Ann Tanking, KWU adjunct instructor of visual arts, and Annette Bourne, art instructor at Ellsworth High School, ends Nov. 12, Sams Hall of Fine Arts on KWU campus. Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday and 9 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. • SALINA PUBLIC LIBRARY: Kansas Library Month exhibit. 301 W. Elm. Hours: 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Friday-Saturday and 1-6 p.m. Sunday. Free. « SMOKY HiLL MUSEUM: "Custom Cowboy Boots: The Kansas Story" ends Wednesday. The exhibit, "The Settling of the Smoky Hills," which features a replica of a dugout used by early settlers in the area, is on permanent display. 211 W. (ton. Houts: Noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Free. VIEWS ABOUT PUBLIC EDUCATION ft. conversation with ILkise Lynch "T 1 have spent a lifetime dedicated to the education of our youth. I believe in a strong and vital public school system that provides equal educational opportunities to students in all parts of our state. I believe it is inappropriate for your tax money to be used to finance an expensive voucher system for private schools and religious instruction. If the state were to fund vouchers, less money would be available to current school districts. Further school consolidation would be inevitable. Because I believe that students should demonstrate a mastery of standard curriculum, I support Quality Performance Accreditation which allows for maximum local control. Society has a fundamental responsibility to provide our young people with the finest foundation on which to build a rewarding life. This benefits us all." THROUGHPUBLICEDUCATIONTHEFmTJREISOlJRS ELOISE LYNCH for State Board of Education Pol. adv. pd. for by Lynch Campaign, Mike Mattson, Chairman COOKED S*UADSH R .MP BtiV 1 »"•" Get One U> Prices Effective Nov. 1-5,1996

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