The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 1, 1996 · Page 31
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL Auditions planned for Partnership's troupe The Partnership will be holding auditions for this season's Family Matters Theatre Troupe. Auditions will be at 7 p.m. Monday at the Trinity United Methodist Church sanctuary, 901 E. Neal. Family Matters is a 30-minute performance written and acted by community volunteers of all ages. The performance touches on real- life issues that many of us face from time to time, including divorce, addiction, friendship, parent-child struggles and many more. For information, call The Partnership at 825-6224. Church plans annual craft and bake sale Christ the King Lutheran Church's 15th annual craft and bake sale will be from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 9 at the church, 111 W. Magnolia. There will be around 25 craft booths from various Kansas artists. Proceeds from the event will go to sponsor a mission family currently living in Nigeria, as well as church projects. Salinan has poem published in collection Sharon K. Burt, 400 Maple, had a poem published in a national collection of poems. The book, "Of Sunshine and Day Leaves," was compiled by The National Library of Poetry. Hurt's poem is titled "My Hope" and is about infertility. The national library sponsors contests that are open to the public. The winners are published in widely distributed hardback volumes. (max film 'Wings of Courage' showing HUTCHINSON — A dramatic true story of one pilot's struggle for survival, "Wings of Courage," is showing at the Kansas Cosmos- phere and Space Center. In one of the first dramatic stories ever told in the Imax format, the film stars mainstream actors Val Kilmer, Craig Sheffer and Elizabeth McGovern. The film tells the story of three legendary French aviators and the first historic air-mail flights in the Andes Mountains. The story evolves into an epic struggle for survival as one of the pilots endures six days in the Andes after crash-landing his plane. The film will continue through Nov. 22. The price is $5.50 for adults, $4.75 for senior citizens and children 12 and under, and $4 for members. Cherokee Nation artist to be at Abilene center ABILENE — Cherokee Nation artist Dorothy Sullivan will be at the American Indian Art Center from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Nov. 9 as part BRIEFLY encore! FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 1, 1996 03 The Vienna Boys Choir will perform in concert Nov. 19 at Bethany College. Choir concert Tickets on sale for Vienna Boys show LINDSBORG — The Vienna Boys Choir of Austria's Imperial Chapel will perform in concert at 8 p.m. Nov. 19 in Presser Hall Auditorium at Bethany College. The concert is being hosted by the Bethany College Oratorio Society. This is one of a series of events to help defray costs for the oratorio society's debut in Carnegie Hall in New York next April. The 250-member group will stay four nights in New York City and sing on April 7. Tickets to the Vienna Boys Choir concert are on sale. Prices are $17, $14, and $8. For more information, call the Special Events Office at Bethany College, (913) 227-3380, ext. 8185 or ext. 8132. of the center's holiday open house. Sullivan will discuss her award- winning paintings and the research she conducted to give the paintings authentic detail. The show will feature many of her recent paintings. Originals and prints will be available for sale and signing. Opera singer to sing at Bethany recital LINDSBORG — Rebecca Copley, internationally acclaimed opera singer, will perform at 3 p.m. Sunday in a Gala Recital in Presser Hall Auditorium on the campus of Bethany College. In addition to Copley, guest artists featured will be Dr. Robert Moeling, assistant professor of music-piano; Daniel McKinney, tenor, interim dean of admissions and financial aid; and Rebecca Anderson, mezzo soprano, Lindsborg. Copley and the guest artists will perform in concert in Carnegie Hall on April 7. Copley, a 1974 Bethany College graduate in music, has been hailed by critics as one of America's most gifted young vocalists. Reserved tickets are $10, $8 and $6 and are available from the Office of Special Events, Bethany College, (913) 227-3311, ext. 8185. TicketMaster to offer tickets online By Los Angeles Daily News LOS ANGELES — You want to see the rock act Smashing Pumpkins perform Jan. 7 at the Rose Garden arena in Portland. You call to buy tickets, only to be told by a TicketMaster operator that the gig has been "sold out for weeks." The operator is wrong. As she tells you "sorry, no seats," you log on to the Internet and browse through TicketMas- ter's site on the World Wide Web. You purchase two seats online: Section 102, Row S, Seats 3 and 4. For nearly six months, Ticket- Master Corp. has been quietly using the Internet to sell tickets to concerts and sporting events. Now, the Los Angeles-based company plans to roll the service out nationwide by the end of the year. The company made its initial advance into online sales in May, when it offered tickets to Lollapalooza '96. The traveling music festival proved to be a perfect test arena for online sales, as most of the venues didn't have assigned seating. The process of purchasing tickets online is simple. Go to the TicketMaster Web site, http://www.ticketmaster .com, and search for an event by city, venue or performer. Select the desired number of seats. The consumer can either order the tickets online by giving a credit card number or calling a phone number and giving the card number to an operator. Overnight Developing! Drop them by our store • (In by 10 am, back the next day) Developing by Fast Focus Mon.-Fri. 8 am-6 pm Sat. 9 am-5 pm SUPERIOR SCHOOL & OFFICE ™ A Division of Superior School Supplies, Inc. 214 S. SANTA FE • SAUNA, KS 67401 913-825-1641 Connor T VIDEO REVIEWS Film gives you a lot ofKeaton By MIKE PEARSON Scripps Howard News Service Poor Doug Kinney. His life's a blur of too much to do and not enough time to do it. If only the father-husband-contractor could clone himself, wouldn't things be better? It's that kind of think- . ing that gives "Multiplicity" its hook: a tale of answered prayers being worse than the problem you began with. Pressed for even a moment's peace, Doug accepts a scientist's offer to have himself cloned. It's all just a joke, Doug tells himself— until he wakes to behold a mirror image. Thing is, that mirror has Doug's memories and a mind all its own. Oh well, at least Doug can now devote long hours to both his wife (Andie MacDowell) and his work. And if he gets stressed again? Jog back to the clinic for another clone. Before "Multiplicity" is through, three clones will ransack Doug's life. Each has its own personality (aggressive, fuss-budget, simpleton), leaving the missus confused about her husband's mood swings. Don't Be a Menace ... If you're of a certain age and temperament, "Don't Be A Menace to South Central While Drinking Your Juice In the Hood" will seem like the funniest movie in ages. But there are only so many 15- year-old gangsta rap fans, which means this urban angst parody will find only a limited audience. Still, let's give credit where it's due: Parts of this irreverent comedy will have you bouncing in your seat. It's goofy, yes, prone to exaggerations so outrageous you can't helping getting caught up in the joke. Beautiful Girls When it comes to nostalgia, no arena is more fertile than the high school reunion. You know the script: old friends gather to toast the fruits of spent youths that never quite ripened. To the extent that it follows this formula, "Beautiful Girls" might not seem worth the bother. But give director Ted Demme some time and he works bittersweet magic. 2nd Annual • Antique* • Dried Flower*. • CmfU ( Volunteer Program & South St (LJffge Vtetdtian riouse) 10:00-5:00 Saturday Vli00-5:00 Sunday S4UM. ING, Don't Miss A Single Play Cable Installation Some re> frictions apply. Offer available in cabled areas only. and a donation of any non-perishable food' item for Salina's Emergency Aid Food Bank now through Nov. 15, 1996. AND... You'll Be Sure to WIN FREE PIZZA! Costume Contest &THE FOO BAND Saturday, Nov. 2nd • 8 pm vCneine 123N.7th, Sallna 1st Prize Pizza for Two Every week for a month! Reservations Strongly Advised 823-5125 Kitchen Closes 11 pm $3 cover "* Old World Ornaments Gifts & Treasures MUSEUM Gift Store 211 West Iron T\ie«.-Frt. 12-5 & Sat. 10-5 _ Sun. 1-S \*_x \^c///*t/ ( -v/1/7 v_xr/iu HOLLY.DAYS GOURMET &NTRY M /fomc cameii foods Gifts FESTIVAL 1996 Festival Hours: Sunday Ipm-Spm, Man. 10ain-6pm, Tilt's. I0ain-2pm Spaglietti Hours: Sun. 4:30pm-7:30pm, Mem. Uam-l:30pm, Tnes. I lain-1:30pm Traditional Spaghetti Dinner Novembers, 4,5*Penn Campus Spaghetti Tickets- $2.50 Children • $4.00 Adults ?all for Takeouts 452-6199. Tickets available at the gift shops or at the door. Saline Journal 125 years We Deliver News You Can Use LARRY AAATHEWS Democratic Candidate State Representative 67th District Common Sense... • Education - We must challenge our young people by providing the technological skills to meet the competition of a fast-changing world. We cannot do this through ill-conceived plans based on over-optimistic economic growth forecasts that would eliminate $600 million in property taxes for education with no replacement funding. That can only lead to more cuts in programs and staff, more closings and consolidations. • Taxes - We must work to ease the state's reliance on property taxes in ways that are responsible to school children and fair to taxpayers. Uncommon Commitment... • Married to Trudy, 42 years • 3 children, 4 grandchildren • Retired after 35 years in journalism, the last 29 at The Salina Journal • Salina School Board member, over 11 years • Parks & Recreation Commision, 8 years • Chairman, Board of Trustees, University Methodist Church • US Army, 7 years active and reserve • Member, Heart of America Lions Club • President, Barbershop Singers MATHEWS - A Voice For Moderation Pol. adv. paid for by Larry Mathews, Lora Stirn, Treasurer

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