The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 2, 1996 · Page 17
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SALINA JOURNAL HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Arguments mask fears. Game-playing could end a potential romance. Moonlighting brings money and new friends. Stop dwelling on the past with an ex. Don't question generosity. Neighbors will care for a child. '.;» TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A competitor in lovS falls by the wayside. Now is your chance to reveal deep emotional ties. Examine the motives of an Aries or Leo. Exciting information comes via the mail. Reunions of all kinds are favored. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). A hobby could become a moneymaking venture. Relieve tension by revealing future intentions. Luck comes through telephone calls. Old loves are ready to return. Make plans for a second honeymoon. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). A crisis turns into a very romantic encounter. Agree with your marriage partner, and you will gain new commitments. Seize the initiative in a financial deal. You have luck with blind dates. A Gemini will ask you out first. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Get to j the bottom of confidence problems. A newcomer to town appeals to you. Ask for proof - don't accept another's word. Your words are misinterpreted by a child. You shine at social gatherings. .,„• TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (November 2). Suddenly, a proposal is accepted. Act quickly in artistic, fir^ancial and emotional matters this month. Move doser to a new love. Luck comes through schooling. January is the ideal time to switch your career objectives. Reconciliations with family or an ex happen in June. A Cancer or Pisces love is enamored with you and asks for marriage in May or JOYCE JILLSON -Creators Syndicate Inc. r VIRGO (Aug..23-Sept. 22). Events you had fgotten can now be made sense of. You've been too isolated, so seek new intellectual stimulation. younger companions turn into lovers. Don't allow one disappointment to disillusion you. •,'LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22). Nurture the artistic sjde of others. Power comes to you through friends. Socializing is vital for a career advance. Keep calm in the wake of a romantic challenge. Your independence attracts a new love. • SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21). Consider changing your take on a problem. You appear so self-sufficient that someone you care very much for feels unneeded. Re-instigate relations with an ex for the sake of a child. A lucky guess brings cash. : • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Be tfjoughtful, and others come to appreciate you more fully. It is too early to ask for an exclusive relationship. Bide your time in all important matters. Make sure purchases are fairly priced. ~.« CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Abide by a q^cision of authority. New factors make you reconsider a decision. Be persistent in love. A reluctant companion wants to be convinced. Children are watching your every move. '• AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Be slightly hard <Jh yourself. Realism hurts, but then it puts you on the track to success. Back up claims, or you will look foolish. Readjust your expectations in marriage. Your artistry is well-respected. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Dreams are prophetic. The start-up costs of a new business or a home-improvement project escalate. Be a leader, not a~. follower. Financial luck comes through a new love. Libra and Taurus are sexy companions. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line M Category 7827 Almanac Salina today WEATHER Kansas today 52 HIGH 30 LOW Today, sunny and warmer. High 52. Light northwest wind. Tonight, clear and cool. Low 30. 6:58 p.m. Today's Sunset 6:59 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 40s northeast to around 60 northwest. • TONIGHT: Not as cold and mostly clear. Lows from 25 to 30 northeast to 30 to 35 elsewhere. • SUNDAY: Warmer statev/ide. Becoming partly cloudy west and mostly sunny central and east. Highs in the 60s with near 70 degrees in portions of the west. •MONDAY: A chance for showers. Lows in the 30s. Highs 55 to 65. • TUESDAY: Mainly dry. Lows in the 30s with some 20s northwest. Highs in the 50s with some 60s south. Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 54 60 96/1976 Low 36 39 30/1958,85 • High and low to 6 p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. None October to date 0.76 Average October 2.41 Year to date 30.15 Average year through October 26.94 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line il Category 9494 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol COLO. NEB. Colby 61° Kansas City 47° Salina 52° Topeka 49° Liberal J_ 62° Wichita 54° I Pittsburg 52° OKLA. N N \ \ \ T\ \ N \ Showers T-storms Pain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy U.S. today 40s COLD WARM STATIONARY ~ ' © 1996 AccuWeathe Pressure HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Beloit Chanute Concordla Dodge City Emporla Garden City Goodland Hutohlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 53 54 49 52 54 51 55 54 51 51 51 48 54 51 49 LO 28 34 36 31 33 33 33 29 35 34 34 37 34 32 37 PREC t 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 32 59 46 35 59 60 45 69 77 . 49 56 47 84 80 70 LO 20 50 34 26 36 26 23 41 51 37 30 20 67 52 50 OTLK Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr Clr Clr Clr Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1996 B7 PEOPLE Still 'Clueless' behind wheel LOS ANGELES --- A case of life imitating art? Alicia Silverstone. who flunked her driver's test in "Clueless." was behind the wheel of a Ford Bronco that struck a pedestrian, police said. He was not badly hurt. Silverstone. 20. was trying to make a left turn when she hit Bruce Broadmax, 64. on Tuesday night as he walked SILVERSTONE in a crosswalk, Lt. Anthony Alba said. "She was standing in front of the vehicle talking to him as he lay in the street," Alba said Friday. "She was completely cooperative at the scene. She was not cited." There was no evidence that Silverstone was under the influence of alcohol or drugs, police said. Broadmax was treated at a hospital for neck and shoulder pain and released, Alba said. The show must go on BOMBAY, India — Surrounded by more police than India's prime minister, Michael Jackson worked the crowd into a frenzy Friday, hours after a judge refused to stop his charity concert. About 6,500 gun-toting officers joined hundreds of private security guards at a stadium where Jackson descended from a customized spaceship. Fireworks lit up the sky as the audience of JACKSON 35,000 danced and sang along. Thousands more stood outside, unable to afford tick-; ets to the concert that did not sell out. Earlier, a judge rejected pleas by a Bombay fashion company to arrest Jackson over a dispute arising from his canceled concert tour in 1993. 'Nanny's' marriage failing NEW YORK — The Nanny is having problems at home. Fran Drescher, the wise-cracking star of CBS's "The Nanny," is struggling to save her failing marriage to husband Peter Jacobson, who helped create the show. The problem is that both have killer workloads, her father, Morton Drescher, told the Daily News in a story published Friday. T "It's a very stressful business," he said. "They work so closely together, every day, all the time. They just need some space." Drescher, 38, and Jacobson met in high school when they were 15 and have been married for 17 years. From Wire Service Reports V ADVICE * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent ' Children 4 Seniors S3.50 •Prlmellmo Adults 53.75 Other Times 55.50 First Wives Club PG ** * V.('1:45-'4:30)-7:15-9:35 "'Central «1 hour43min. The Associate PG13 •• • • ** (•1:25-'4:10)-7:05-9:45 ., Central «1 hour54min. Sleepers R *** ,l (M:15-*4:00)-7:00-9:50 ;' Central • 2 hours 29 min Dear God -- PG .1 ,' * " ('1:35-'4:20)-7:10-9:40 " Central • 1 hour 52 min. Romeo And Juliet PG-13 ** (•2:15-'4:45)-7:00-9:20 Mid-Stale • 1 hour 53 min. Thinner R ** (•2:20-'4:50)-7:05-9:15 Mid-Slate • 1 hour 33 min. Larger Than Life PG *y» (•2:15-'4:45)-7:00-9:15 Sunset • 1 hour 33 min. High School High PG13 *'/» (•2:30-'5:00)-7:10-9:10 Sunset • 1 hour 26 min. Readers relate romantic 'how-we-met' accounts Dear Readers: I've received a great many heartwarming "how-we-met" letters and wish I could print them all. Here are a few of my favorites: Dear Ann: I was a 41- year-old widow and thought I could never love again. I refused to be fixed up with several eligible men and spent my evenings reading and watching TV. When the TV broke, I called in a repairman. He fixed the set and we talked for an hour. When I asked for the bill, he said, "No charge if you will agree to continue this conversation over dinner next week." I agreed, and we were married six months later. — Jackson, Miss. From Pinehurst, N.C.: I met Al in Greenland in November 1945. I was an ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. Army nurse, and he was an Air Force captain. It was love at first sight. Al left Greenland on Valentine's Day 1946, but we promised to stay in touch. When we met again in New York, we knew we were meant for each other and decided to take the plunge now and get to know each other later. It sounds reckless, but we were married the following day in the Little Church Around the Corner. Al and I will celebrate our 50th soon. Our four wonderful children are giving us a great big party. Fort Worth, Texas: After a string of disastrous blind dates, I said, "Never again." Then a woman I worked with announced that her brother was coming to town and asked if I would like to go to dinner with him. I said, "No, thanks." When she took his picture out of her wallet and handed it to me, I quickly changed my mind. We've been married 26 years, and I'm still nuts about him. Chicago: My twin sister and I went to the T.S. Martin department store in Sioux City, Iowa, to select wedding veils for our double wedding. I was engaged to marry a UCLA law student from Los Angeles. My sis was engaged to a fine young student at the University of Minnesota. The newly arrived manager of the millinery department was a super salesman who had just been transferred to Sioux City from Grand Rapids. His name was Jules Lederer. He sold me not only the wedding veil but himself. The double wedding went off on schedule on July 2, 1939. My sis is still married to her Minneapolis sweetheart. Jules and I parted after 36 years. Most of those years were wonderful. — Ann Landers Dear Ann Landers: Have many women complained to you that after being married 50 years or so, their husbands no longer seem interested in talking to them? I have often wondered if I am the only one. Small talk between us is nonexistent. Whenever I initiate a conversation, my husband answers, "Yes" or "No," or something else that only takes a one-syllable reply. This is not a man who is non-communicative, Ann. He thoroughly enjoys talking to the neighbors and makes engaging comments to waitresses, sales clerks, gas station attendants and strangers at sporting events. But I get the silent treatment. I have become silent myself, noting that my efforts go for naught. Is there any so : lution, or should I be grateful for thq peace and quiet? — Lonely in Leesburg, Fla. Dear Leesburg: Your signature tells me more about your marriage than your letter. If you really want to improve the relationship between you and your husband (and it certainly sounds as if it could use improvement), I suggest that you see a counselor for guidance. There's a serious glitch somewhere that needs exploration. Tlf TONIGHT Best bets - • 7 p.m. — "Dark Skies," NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13. When Loengard and Kimberly visit L;as Vegas, they are detained by billionaire recluse Howard Hughes, who joins their investigation. •»•• 8 p.m. — "Early Edition," CBS, £alina cable channels 5 & 12. Gary tries to convince a promising young basketball player with a heart condition to leave the game before it-costs him his life. • 9 p.m. — "Profiler," NBC, Salina cable channels 3 & 13. After a series of bombings in Pittsburgh, Sam and a charming bomb-squad dismantler race to stop a deranged man from performing his masterwork blast, poisoning the city's water supply. "•' 10p.m.— "Mad TV," Fox, Salina cable channels 4 & 7 (10:30 p.m.). "Dead McMahon Walking" features a death row struggle; ^Republican Party of Five" features Bob Dole on a date with Julia Salinger. 11/2/96 B B a B El 0 B O KD ra flcl m na ffl m ffl 6B H3 m m ED 7:00 MusicCo 9043 7:30 MusicCo 2869 Dark Skies 1591 Cops 27647 Cops 431 73 Medicine Woman 641 11 Forum 53227 Cops 83227 Bicycle 371 7 Cops 90163 Lawrence Welk Show 82579 8:00 8:30 Lawrence Welk Show 37043 Pretender 6869 Cops 36395 Cops 15802 Early Edition 40531 9:00 9:30 Austin City Limits 24579 Profiler 6005 Simpsons Extra 56821 Walker, Texas Ranger 60395 10:00 Music 75666 News 62289 10:30 54579 SNL 67005 Mad TV 69208 News 1510462 High School Football Great Bend vs. Salina South. 236482 Cops 69647 Witness 5685 Cops 71482 Wild 4192 Figure Skating U.S. Professional Championships. (CC) 28173 Figure Skating U.S. Professional Championships. (CC) 61937 Medicine Woman 11 005 Dark Skies 425753 Movie "Tap" (1989) Cont'd Movie "Iron Will" (1 994) Cont'd Movie **** Early Edition 20753 Pretender 401 173 Movie ***»' News 99463 News 89685 Deep Space 9 Job 20227 Mad TV Movie * * x "An Act of Murder" (1948) 94314 Relativity 48753 Relativity 15821 Walker, Texas Ranger 17289 Profiler 421937 Gallipoll" (1981) Mel Gibson. 2499591 Movie "Never Cry Wolf" (1 983) 5436208 • "Glory" (1989) Matthew Broderick. 661753 Movie * * "Now and Then" (1995), Thora Birch 1137918 Movie "Mistrial Movie Cont'd News 960376 ' (1996) Bill Pullman. 575005 On the Set Sports Sat. Mr. Show New Inside Out News 1484598 News 4424685 News 4419753 News 21 4734 Roseanne Baywatch Gunsmoke SNL 645840 "Apocalypse Now" 71914617 Movie "Sounder" 58097444 Movie * *» "Virtuosity" (1995), Kelly Lynch (CC) 763550 Movie "The Flintstones" (1994) 5554482 Movie "Past Perfect" (1996) (CC) 8758289 Movie * "Showgirls" (1995) Elizabeth Berkley. 4100227 Larry King Weekend 193599 College Football UCLA at Stanford. (Live) 3061918 Father Murphy 4631043 Palmerstown U.S.A. 4617463 World 314173 Color 5395289 Sporting Life Color 5808734 Family Showcase 4637227 Movie * * * "The Horse Soldiers" (1959) John Wayne. 124956 Movie ***', Jim Thorpe, All American" (1951) 832289 6502482 4608006 Roger Corman 11 60668 Sports Tonight (CC) 268442 Miami Vice 9249078 Door 7909024 Center Street Movie "The Big Red One" (1980) 832463 Movie "All My Sons" (1 948) 8776685 | 99780482 is 33 §9 m m §3 09 ED EB GB 03 £0 QD ED §S @D 83 m EB SD US SO 7:00 Opry171463 Romeo-Juliet Offsides 7:30 Opry 804289 Singled Out 8:00 8:30 Statler Bros. 268463 MTV Jams Countdown 753173 Kaufman: Hollywood 1479734 | Lounge Liz. College Football Stanford at UCLA. (Live) 351937 College Football: ACC Game -- Teams TBA 368598 College Football Arkansas at Auburn. (Live) 9825289 Movie "Suspect" (1987) Cont'd Heat of Night 275753 Pacific Blue 71 3537 9:00 9:30 Yesteryear 288227 Baywatch Dream On Real World Dream On FOX Sports News 232173 10:00 Opry 321531 Road Rules Tompkins Sq. 10:30 Opry 347579 Beavls 409840 Tick 3557717 FOX Sports News 235260 College Football: WAC Game •- Teams TBA 556604 Boxing: South Korea vs. U.S. 7121444 Weird Science Duckman Movie **» "Legend" (1985) Tom Cruise. 262289 Movie * * * "The Outlaw Josey Wales" (1976) Clint Eastwood, Sondra Locke. 29829869 College Football Stanford at UCLA. (Live) 9425482 Hercules-Jrnys. 245647 Women-House Women-House Steals and Deals 7338734 Robin 6570579 Famous Toons Wild Discovery 432043 Operation 2771 11 Kenan & Kel Space Cases Biography This Week 4271 11 Xena: Warrior Princess 254395 Women-House Women-House Rivera Live 7347482 FOX Sports News 4624753 H'mooner H'mooner Traders 788869 Charles Grodin 7334918 NHL 2004821 * "Silk 'n' Sabotage" 323821 "Dragonslayer" 9281 937 "Sons of Katie" 50681 73 FOX Sports News 4627840 News 992043 "F/X" 273840 Mommies: Kid 781956 Court 2000005 Tim Russert To Be Announced 7698294 Great Balls of Fire 418463 Human Experience 253531 AIIThat 272598 Afraid 251005 Investigative Reports 403531 Hit List 629519 Justice Files 438227 Daredevil Jumpers (R) 273395 Wings 431314 Operation 276482 Lucy 709227 Lucy and Desl 123531 Viet. Horror 423395 Comlcvlew 892579 S£bado Glgante Internaclonal 262573 Movie "Unlawful Pass" Cont'd Taz-Mania {Dexter'sLab Uncut 900937 Jonny Quest Fashion File Stern 788802 Stern 220463 Buy One-Free {Bugs & Daffy 7806666 Happy 238314! Viet. Horror 426482 Paid 942 173 Paid 951 821 "Salarlo Muerte" 30260 Talk Soup 41 9260 Avery 51 57591 [2 Stupid Dogs O PBS, Bunker Hill B NBC, Wichita Q Fox, Wlchlta-Salina B CBS, Topeka O Access 6, Salina B Fox, Kansas City B PBS, Wichita Q ABC, Kansas City Q9 ABC, Wichita 01 Prevue IB CBS, Wichita IB NBC, Kansas City |Q Encore B Disney O Weather Channel IB Clnemax BD Starz IB Education Access S3 Government Access H)HBO Q3 Showtime BQCNN SJ Headline News B3 C-Span 03 Home Shopping Network m QVC 0Dt/X £E) Odyssey B3 Family Channel £9 Prime Sports Network CD WGN Chicago Q) American Movie Classics BD ESPN EB Cable Health Club I Nashville Network ED Country Music TV m MTV §0 VH1 S3 Comedy Central 13 ESPN2 03 Lifetime £B USA Network EB C-Span 2 G) TNT GO CNBC EQ WTBS, Atlanta EB Court TV EE) Prime Sports Showcase ED MSNBC ED TVI £B Discovery 00 The Learning Channel EQ Mind Extension £8 Nickelodeon 63 Arts £ Entertainment BD Newsport EB BET H) fB Request BD Unlvlslon EQ KTCVSalina Marketplace ea EI ED Cartoon Network G2 Food Channel

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