The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 3, 1996 · Page 19
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Salina, Kansas
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THE SAUNA JOURNAL Almanac mim m^mm^gts wi»'i»ju HOROSCOPES JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Social contacts are invaluable in starling a new life. Don't dismiss advice - even if it is hard to take. Car trouble causes delays. Marriage improves with a little more attention. Spend time at a favorite hangout. . f TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A Gemini charms you. You receive insight into a child's actions. Sudden moves backfire, so stick with decisions that were carefully made. An obnoxious neighbor must be ^dealt with promptly and firmly. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You are highly charismatic. Disputes between family members can be easily smoothed over. Be on time for all occasions or you'll miss out. Changes in job status are temporary. Sweethearts are anxious to share with you. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Devilish ideas delight your lover. Sort out priorities as you have many projects going but little accomplished. Groups and friends approve of your unorthodox actions. Travel is lucky. Love with a Leo or Libra is " favored. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You have more to learn from a current relationship. Give a feen support, but don't sanction negative behavior. Recent financial reversals point you in new, lucrative career directions. Have a serious discussion with a partner. '• TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (November 3). Publishing, sales and retail businesses all prosper this year. Individual actions are much luckier than group endeavors. Get out of restrictive relationships - they can only drag you down. Virgos and Libras encourage your creativity and career objectives. Positive financial surprises now and in April allow you to expand your material wealth. Long-awaited raises and promotions suddenly come in March. , • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Family and friends will accept all facets of your personality, so be yourself. You are on the brink of job success, but you must prepare secretly. Be friendly to those in positions of power. Homemakers need time alone. •. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your many talents are put to use. Interruptions must be handled or a loved one becomes jealous or upset. Entertaining is lucky. Stop pushing in romance -- you succeed when you appear aloof. Consider a Sagittarius for love. £• SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Friends are mighty persuasive. Surprise announcements could catch you off guard. Finish up home projects for peace of mind. Artists get inspiration from new loved _>ones. Attend parties. •;; • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Reserving i your judgment will be a lucky move. Vary your I routine. A humdrum romance makes you neglect ' your personal appearance. Pride comes from a i child's activities. Single parents find financial and 1 emotional aid. « • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You shine J above all competition. Friends need encouragement > from you. Someone has designs on your current I love. Protect your assets in all matters. Get legal * advice before signing anything. Don't lend money. J • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Your income is J affected by family decisions, so make sure your voice g is heard in discussions. Teens need leeway to make J their own choices. You are right to change your mind, i In love, refuse to settle. * • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Give in to .' passion. Frustration disappears when you reveal \ hidden fears. Loved ones are tremendously J supportive. Budget now so you can invest later this * month. Financial burdens are lifted by relatives. S HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line I Category 7827 * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Children & Sonlors S3.50 -prlmetlnM Adults $3.75 OlherTlmot 55.50 L I • c : First Wives Club PG ** (•1:45-'4:30)-7:15 Central «1 hour 43 min. The Associate PG13 ** (*1:25-'4:10)-7:05 Central • 1 hour 54 min. Sleepers R +** • ( > 1:15-*4:00)-7:00 Central • 2 hours 29 min Dear God -: PG "- * ('1:35-'4:20)-7:10 ••-, Central «1 hour 52 min. Romeo And Juliet PG-13 ** ('2:15-'4:45)-7:00 Mid-State • 1 hour 53 min. Thinner R ** (•2:20-'4:50)-7:05 Mid-State • 1 hour 33 min. Larger Than Life PG *'/2 (•2:15-M:45)-7:00 Sunset • 1 hour 33 min. High School High PG13 * 1 /2 (•2:30-'5:00)-7:10 Sunset •! hour 26 min. aa ffcr Sallna today WEATHER Kansas today 69 HIGH 45 LOW Today, breezy and warmer with increasing afternoon clouds. High 69. South winds increasing to 15 to 25 mph. Tonight, becoming cloudy. Low 45. 5:28 p.m. Today's Sunset 7:00 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast • TODAY: Increasing) clouds west, mostly sunny east. Breezy. Highs from the mid- 60s to the lower 70s. • TONIGHT: A chance for showers west and north. Breezy and mostly cloudy. Lows in the 40s. • MONDAY: A chance for showers central. Partly sunny west. Windy with highs from the mid- 50s to the lower 60s. • TUESDAY: Generally dry. Lows around 30 northwest to lower 40s southeast. Highs from the mid-50s northwest to mid-60s southeast. • WEDNESDAY: Chance for showers. Lows, upper 20s to lower 40s. Highs, lower 50s to lower 60s. NEB. Colby 67° Kansas City 61° COLO. Salina 69 Topeka 63° Liberal _L 73° | Wichita" "64°| Pittsburg 66° OKLA. Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 54 77 97/1938,63 Low 30 51 33/1906 • High and low to 6 p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 6 p.m. None November to date 0.76 Average November 1.22 Year to date 30.15 Average year through November 28.86 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line M Category 9494 70s 80s COLD WARM STATIONARY ""^ © 1996 AccuWeathe Pressure HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol Belleville Belolt Chanute Coffeyville Concordia Dodge City Garden City Goodland , Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsburg Russell Topeka Wichita HI 51 54 47 50 50 59 61 63 53 44 49 46 53 47 51 LO PREC 23 26 26 33 24 27 23 22 32 27 21 32 23 25 29 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 31 56 45 50 71 60 63 65 70 47 63 63 68 72 65 LO 25 32 30 22 36 30 29 51 54 37 36 26 53 56 48 OTLK Cldy_ Clr Clr Clr Clr Cldy Clr Rain Cldy Clr Cldy • Clr Clr Rain Cldy T ADVICE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1996 B7 PEOPLE Bat-burglars face charges BURBANK, Calif. Holy hidden video. Arnold! Three people face burglary and trespassint: charges for going on the Warner Bros, lot to secretly videotape Arnold Schwarzenegger hi backstage scenes from the upcoming "Bnt man and Robin" movie, in which he plays Mr. Freeze. Two men were arraigned Friday and a woman faces arraignment on Nov. 8. The studio said guards found a note on one of the men that said, "Batman only — $35,000." They also found a camera in his SCHWARZENEGGER sock with 35 prints and a hat wired with ;, hidden video camera. The woman alleged ly had several tapes of George Clooney. who plays Batman in the film. Four days before the arrests, behind-the- scenes video of the film aired on TV's "In side Edition." Warner Bros, said it believes the trio provided the program with the tape The movie is set for a summer release. Jennings phones home NEW YORK — Peter Jennings would rather pick up 'the phone than shuffle paper. The anchor of ABC's World News Tonight can often be seen by viewers reaching for the telephone after each broadcast. There's nothing mysterious involved — sometimes he calls producers to find out if they liked the show. "But just as often I'll call my children and tell them that I'm on my way home for dinner," Jennings said in Sunday's edition of Parade magazine. "I don't like news anchors who just sit there and shuffle papers, so I got in the habit of picking up the phone," he said. Mrs. Giuliani to play judge NEW YORK — New York City's first lady doesn't get to wear a tiara, but she is showing a fondness for hats. Donna Hanover Giuliani will play a judge on an episode next month of the NBC series "Law and Order," in which the FBI is involved in a murder- revenge plot. "It was fascinating to portray a judge after having covered many court hearings and trials GIULIANI as a journalist," said Giuliani, a correspondent at Fox's "Good Day New York." She said during filming Friday that her inspiration for the new role is Manhattan Judge Leslie Crocker Snyder, "who has handled some of the toughest cases in New York." From Wire Service Reports British visitor wonders what's up with America Dear Ann Landers: My sister-in-law, who lives in London, is visiting me. Yesterday, she asked a question I was unable to answer. Maybe you can help. $ What kind of country, she asked, suspends a 6- year-old first-grader from school and forces him to miss an ice-cream party because he kissed a little girl on the cheek? The child was accused of sexual harassment. Does a 6- year-old know what sexual harassment is? I certainly doubt it. Immediately after that incident, there was a story about a baseball player for the Baltimore Orioles who spat in the face of the umpire who called him out. His "punishment" was put off until the start of next season. Obviously, he was a good player, and the team needed him to win games. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. My sister-in-law asked if this is "justice American-style." I told her I didn't know but I would ask you. — Saddle Brook, N. J. Dear N.J.: Tell your sister-in-law that both incidents were, in my opinion, handled poorly. That 6-year-old, Johnathan Prevette, should have been "spoken to" but not punished. Six-year-olds don't know what sexual harassment is. I recently read that the superintendent of schools in Johnathan's district is taking steps to revise the sexual harassment code to take age into account. Roberto Alomar, the ballplayer for the Baltimore Orioles who spat in umpire John Hirschbeck's face, was ejected from the game. However, he was allowed to play the rest of the season and in the playoffs. He was suspended for five games, but it appears he was able to select which five. I guess in some places, winning IS everything. Dear Ann Landers: I'm confused and hurt. My husband and I have been married for 25 TV TONIGHT years. Some years ago, a family moved close to us. The wife (I'll call her "Judy") did not work and began spending several hours a day "visiting" in my husband's workshop. Judy's husband divorced her five years ago and my husband gave her a job in our small business. Since then, my husband has insisted on taking Judy practically everywhere we go — eating out, Sunday drives, to church and so on. Any trip concerning the business means she must go "so she can learn." When Judy mentioned going shopping recently, my husband asked if she had enough money. He said, "You know, as a single mother, her salary doesn't go very far." I realize the necessity of helping others, but I believe my husband has gone over the line. Whenever I try to tell him how I feel about this "friendship," he gets upset. Even the slightest criticism of Judy makes him angry. Am I being unfair, as he claims? I love my husband dearly and hate to think of ending my marriage, but he acts as if he has two wives. I feel threatened and have developed an active dislike for Judy. What's worse, I don't feel that I can trust my judgment any longer. Please help me sort this out. — Confused in Kentucky Dear Kentucky: There's nothing wrong with your judgment. You have every reason to resent your husband's closeness to Judy. Stop playing the role of "wounded wife." Don't nag, threaten or kick him out. Be sweet and adorable to Judy. She won't know what to make of it. I predict that a complete change in tactics will throw them both for a loop and put you in the winner's circle. Confidential to The Big Q in Melville, N.Y.: Apparently, when you have more than two drinks, your mouth goes on active duty and your brain goes on furlough. Do yourself a favor and stay off the sauce totally. lest bets ;_....• 6 p.m. — "The Lion King," ; ABC, Salina cable channels 9 & ; 10. Animated. After the death of his j royal father, a young lion returns to | battle his scheming uncle for the • Jungle throne in this classic family ' film from two years ago. J • 7 p.m. — "The Simpsons," Fox, » Salina cable channels 3 & 7. Homer * accepts a new job and moves the J family to Cypress Creek, where the perfect setting soon turns sour. 8 p.m. — 'To Brave Alaska," BC, Salina cable channels 9 & Alyssa Milano, Cameron ^Bancroft. Two abandoned gold Igminers face starvation and sub- f'fcero temperatures as they make a \ perilous trek toward civilization. { • 8 p.m. — "The X-Files," Fox, \ Salina cable channels 3 & 7. jjMulder and Scully hunt for a killer jgiSho may be suffering from a s*m\iltiple personality disorder. ** *'• 8 p.m. — "Survival of the . .Yellowstone Wolves," TBS, Salina £ cable channel 41. Host Matthew fox tracks a wolf pack reintroduced Yellowstone National Park. Nature 93086 3rd Rock 3932 Boston 83 a Simpsons Touched by an Angel 91334 Heaven Bound 22574 Simpsons Simpsons o Touched by an Angel 86796 fQ m. m. 7:00 7:30 Wild Am. 9154 Singles 8661 Masterpiece Theatre 82970 Movie ** "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" (1994) (CC) 1048 Simpsons X-Files 11048 Movie "Mary & Tim" (1996) Candice Bergen. (CC) 26338 News 15871541Cape 3298067 Embassy Fellowship 31222 Community Bulletin Board 159593 X-Files 44390 Richard Nanes 40970 Movie "The Lion King" Cont'd Movie "The Lion King" Cont'd 3rd Rock-Sun Boston Com. Movie "North Shore" Cont'd Movie Cont'd Inside Out 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 Foot In Grave News 2855609 Seinfeld 10:30 Keeping Up Movie *** "The Witches of Eastwlck" (1987) 585715 Served 7721 Keep Up 9086 Masterpiece Theatre 46154 News 64154 Movie "To Brave Alaska" (1996) Alyssa Milano. (CC) 17336 Movie "To Brave Alaska" (1996) Alyssa Milano. (CC) 71864 Movie "Mary & Tim" (1996) Candice Bergen. (CC) 66932 Movie * * "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective" (1994) 760864 Movie ** "North Shore" (1987) Matt Adler. 6794703 News 9294381 Sports Doctor Who 3367222 News 1444970 Roseanne News 4491357 News 4486425 News 5080406 Home Imp. Deep Space 9 Inside Edition "Hard Times" (1975) 2399067 Avonlea 58422951 Movie "Road to Utopia" (1945) 183319 9908406 Movie * * * "Clueless" (1995) 3188135 Movie * * "The Crush" (1993) 49079357 * * "The Babysitter" 3687609 Movie ** "Dumb and Dumber" (1994) (CC) 1197390 Movie *** "Hooslers"(1986)GeneHackman.737796 Movie "Full Body Massage" (1995) 1925116 |Tyson News 220796 Sports Sunday Riding the Tiger (R) 874027 No Relation Lost & Found Vega$ 6899357 Heroes of the Heart 4608715 Carson Anniversary 388319 Movie *** "Junior" (1994), Danny DeVito (CC) 7311067 Movie "Vampire In Brooklyn" (CC) 8729777 9754999 'Best of the Best 3: No Turning Back" 679048 Sherman Oaks America Votes Sports Tonight (CC) 307319 Color 5355661 Common Sense 4684135 Insplr. Please! Triumphs Color 5875406 Miami Vice 7049690 Movie "Columbo: Sex and the Married Detective" 383864 | Remington Steele 302999 JMovie "Captain From Castile" 5633390 Family Series 4607086 Movie "Pandora-Flying Dutchman" Cont'd D.C. Follies 731574 Sportsman Road Rules Sports 584406 Unplugged 370390 Movie *** "Dirty Rotten Scoundrels" (1988) 7738512 m NBA Basketball: Nuggets at Spurs 407845 NBA Action NFL Football San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints. (Live) (CC) 214777 3PM 2523135 Superbouts 8730425 [Boxing PAL Championships. From Palm Bay, Fla. 5762628 [Arm Wrestling ED Pacific Blue 393116 |Sllk Stalkings 302864 |Big Easy 322628 Movie "The Exorcist" A 12-year-old girl is demonically possessed. 865845 Movie "Exorcist II: The Heretic" 506680 National Geo. 303593 Soccer: D.C. United vs. Rochester Rhinos 2107319 7:00 7:30 Outdoors 8:00 8:30 Championship Rodeo 192932 9:00 Raceday Ren & Stimpy 9:30 T 10:00 Drag Racing: NHRA 470406 Ren & Stlmpy Buzzkill Dr. KatzPro. 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