The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 30, 1997 · Page 11
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac WEDNESDAY, APRIL 30, 1997 B3 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). A new business venture will end in triumph. A woman requires forgiveness for her curious meddling In your private life. You feel unexpected romantic love for an old friend. A Capricorn brings luck. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Your dependability at the office will get you promoted. Shower loved ones with affection, not gifts. A prolonged visit from an old relative will bring back happy memories. ^ Meditate and read. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). It is not your job to criticize yourself •- just create. Dare to show your artwork to powerful people. Think twice before making any serious decisions regarding your love life. Foreign-language courses open new horizons. • CANCER (June 22-July 23). Exercise prudence and patience with your new partner. Late phone calls could irritate friends. New purchases will enhance the beauty of your living space. Take into consideration all that a child $ discloses. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Keep faith In your partner's abilities. Ardent love for your sweetheart will erase his or her reservations. The impressive orator that you are will show great talent as a listener. Nobody needs you to be perfect, so be yourself instead. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 30). You bring light to inner turmoil this year, becoming an inspiration to everyone you encounter. Come to terms with your strengths, and fear success no longer. A business meeting next month will change your life for the better. Your support of a distressed friend will pay off In June. Singles find love with a Leo or Sagittarius. Your best marriage months are June and November. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Research and scholarly work will broaden your inner world. Your health is better than you think, but keep adding to your own immune system by eating right. Blessings in disguise arrive via a Libra this evening. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). A new partnership will boost your business. Buy a plant to reflect abundance in your world. A socially conscious friend has inside information. Don't expect others, to deliver more than you would in the same position. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). A temporary stray from romantic ideals brings reality to healthy relationships. Planning for setbacks makes you a hero. Frankness with employees will change things favorably. Don't be blinded by strong sexual desires. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Your optimism and loyalty to your firm are an example for all. Am immediate attraction is mutual, but proceed slowly. A forceful style gets answers from co- workern. Consider the plusses of taking on a roommate or border. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Discipline and follow-through will help you achieve goals. Look for a partner who is as faithful as you are. A complimentary mate is sincere. Pay bills in order of priority. Offer a gym enrollment to your spouse. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Single- mindedness achieves a financial goal. An activity reminds you of a past love and may inspire you to reconnect briefly. Your confidence peaks this afternoon. Invite a supportive friend to dinner. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Modesty and sensitivity will be part of your success. Be patient with a demanding relative. Your mate will ask for a commitment. Enter that art competition -- the outcome will be enriching. Cancer loves are lucky. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line i:H.-I:Mi!ii Category 7827 * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Dickinson TtiMtwt Chlldrtn & S«nlor» J3.60 *Prin»tlnw Mutt* $3.75 OttwrTlmM$5.50 S.llru Art C.nttr R«gulirAdmlulon$5.60, ($4.50 SAC Mtmlwn) •Prlmttlm* M.OO, (13.50 SAC Mwntm) MURDER AT 1600 R (*5:10)-7:20 Central • 1 hour 46 mln. THE SAINT PG-13 ** (*5:05)-7:25 Central • 1 hour 57 min. THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLINT R **** ('5:00)-7:30 Central* 2 hours 10 min. LIAR LIAR PG13 *** VOLCANO PG13 *V4 (•5:00)-7:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 45 mln. McHALE'S NAVY PG * (•5:00)-7:20 Sunset • 1 hour 49 min. CATS DON'T DANCE G •*•*•*• ("5:10)-7:10 Sunset • 1 hour 26 mln. ANACONDA PG13 Central • 1 hour 29 mln. (•5:05)-7:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 mln. WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 63 40 LOW Today, windy and becoming partly cloudy. High 63. Northwest wind 20 to 30 mph, diminishing in the afternoon. Tonight, mostly clear. Low around 40. 8:21 p.m. 6:33 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast •THURSDAY: A chance for thunderstorms far west. Mostly cloudy northwest and partly cloudy elsewhere. Highs 60 to 65 northwest, mid-60s to near 70 south and east. • FRIDAY: A chance for thunderstorms. Lows in the mid-40s to niid-SOs. Highs in I I it-mfnl I "7H O I * *" J ,' ^ ' jjl«W*Witai»im««*l WnlHMM OW« ^^ {^4 {*;«& Liberal | 71 ° | M , ! ;V;A .aj Wichita 66° | .yll-J-^^ [<.^^1...9^..'^...^.^..h...^.:^..^-^^uJl^ Pittsbura OKLA. Pittsburg 65° | Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pi. Cloudy Cloud} Rodman too much for Oprah CHICAGO — Oprah Winfrey is less than wild about the raunch in Dertnis Rodman's latest book. Basketball's bad boy was dropped from Winfrey's show because she objected to his obscenity- and sex-filled "Walk on the Wild Side." A taping planned for last week was canceled. "After reviewing Dennis Rodman's new book, RODMAN the mid-60s to lower 70s. • SATURDAY: Dry west, chance for thunderstorms east. Lows in the 40s west and central to the lower 50s east. Highs in the 60s. • SUNDAY: Dry and a little warmer. Lows in the 40s. Highs in the mid-60s to mid- 708. U.S.today Salina yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 79 69 93/1910 Low 44 . ; 46 31/1903,1907 • High and low to 7 p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 7 p.m. None April to date / 1.25 Average April 2.70 Year to date ». ••:, • 3.54 Average year through April 6.24 Average year 28.95 60s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L EE1 ESi EH HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY MCDOUGAL Kansas yesterday U.S. today DAILY WEATHER > Call COMMUNITY line Category 0927 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol . Belleville Baton . Coffeyvllle Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson • 'Lawrence ' Manhattan Ptttsburq Russell Topeka Wichita HI 77 . 79 75 , 78 78 79 77 8.1 '.79 76 79 77 77 76 77 LO 48 46 46 49 47 46 47 42 48 52 41 48 48 44 45 PREC .08 Anchorage' ' Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas-Ft Worth Denver Kansas City LasVegas Los Angeles . New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 51 78 71 68 82 69 59 62 70 70 ,73 54 62 91 65 r 64 46 52 62 35 55 59 59 , 54' . 54 49 60 66 52 OTLI Cty CM] Cl Rail CM] - Cl Old) C«i Cldi C 6 Cti Cft Cl Cldj we decided it would be inappropriate to promote it to our viewers," show officials said in a statement. The Chicago Bull wrote about his affair with a transsexual and plans to legally change his name to "Orgasm." McDougal spreads his wings ARKADELPHIA. Ark. — Whitewater convict James McDougal is a hero to some of his neighbors. On a recent Sunday morning, McDougal looked out the window of his trailer to see 18-month- old Nate Wallace run by, wearing only one shoe. "I saw this kid run by at a good pace, and I expected to see some adults behind him," McDougal said. No adults materialized, so McDougal got dressed, hopped into his car and followed the boy. He caught up with him two blocks away at the ticket booth of the Ouachita Baptist University's football stadium. McDougal went door to door with the boy in search of his parents and found them. Molly and Brent Wallace had already reported Nate missing. Ann Vining, the wife of the boy's grandfather, Bill Vining, said McDougal "might not look so good to others, but he looked like he had angel's wings on that day to us." McDougal is supposed to begin a three- year federal prison term June 16 for fraud and conspiracy in the Whitewater scandal. Celebrities in political fight LONDON — The Scottish National Party has Sean Connery. The governing Conservatives have Andrew Lloyd Webber. For Jeremy Irons, Richard Attenborough and Emma Thompson, it's Labor they love. Comedians Stephen Fry and Hugh Laurie, and Patrick Stewart from "Star Trek: The Next Generation" have openly backed Labor, earning them the nickname "Labor's luwies" from the media. Andew Lloyd Webber's endorsement of the Tories might be a mixed blessing as well. When newspapers reported he had threatened to leave the country if Labor wins — he later denied it—Labor MPs said it was one more reason to vote for them. From Wire Service Reports ,\ V ADVICE Participants give Job Corps a rousing thumbs-up Dear Ann Landers: Almost two years giving me the opportunity to mention Job , , the Job Corps Center while riding th< ago, you wrote about Job Corps in your Corps once again. It performs an out- tab PMM* MA bus. It took me 10 months to get my GEI Dear Ann Landers: Almost two years ago, you wrote about Job Corps in your column. As a result, thousands of people called and wrote seeking information and assistance. Today, many young people are furthering their education, training for their careers and becoming self-reliant, all because of that column. Job Corps is America's premier work-readiness program, offered free to qualifying low-income young adults ages 16 to 24. I am sending you letters from students, alumni, staff and community agen- ~* cies about Job Corps. Their stories are inspiring and important, and I hope you will print them. — Elizabeth Cahill, regional director, Women in Community Service Dear Elizabeth Cahill: Thank you for ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. giving me the opportunity to mention Job Corps once again. It performs an outstanding service. Here are the letters: • From Drums, Pa.: At 17,1 dropped out of school and started doing drugs. I had no education and no skills and was unemployed. I had a child when I was 18, went on welfare and worked minimum-wage jobs, but I wasn't making ends meet. Since I have been at Job Corps, I have passed my GED, have obtained my driver's permit and am learning how to be a medical assistant. Job Corps gave me a second chance. • Denise in Miss.: Besides academic and vocational training, Job Corps offers lifestyle skills — learning how to complete resumes, good manners, proper grooming and social skills. Job Corps has to be one of the best-kept secrets around. • Carey: I was 18 and in trouble when I first heard of Job Corps. I got my GED and was offered technical training while they fed and housed me and also paid a TV TONIGHT JrtCirpsMe t For more information about enrolling to Job Corps, hiring Job Corps graduates or volunteering to help Job Corps students, call 1-800-733- JOBS or 1-800-JOB-CQRPS, pr write to Job Corps, P.QjBpx 193768, San Francisco, Calif., 94119, The Internet address is ,f» www.jobcorps.org \ •'. modest allowance. They even included medical care in the deal. • Francisco: I came to Job Corps without speaking a word of English. Thanks to Job Corps, I was able to purchase a home, get married and am now preparing to enter a.master's program in International Business Law. • Celia: Sixteen years ago, I passed by the Job Corps Center while riding the bus. It took me 10 months to get my GED and a business and clerical certificate, but Job Corps was worth it. I just bought my first home. • Michelle in Tucson: I was a single parent when I entered Job Corps. I am now getting a degree in business education. Tell single mothers not to give upX • Lina: In high school, all my friends were into drugs. My sister got me information on Job Corps, but I thought it w.as a scam — no program is going to give you something for nothing. Then, I discovered that Job Corps really helps. I have saved up enough money to share an apartment with a friend who also attends Job Corps. I am working hard to make a better life for myself. • Angela: My mother read your column about Job Corps and told me to look into it. I have been in the program for eight months now and have learned that I am strong and can make intelligent decisions. 4/30/97 QPBS, Bunker Hill-Hays Q NBC, Wichita QFOX, WIchlta-Salina 0CBS, Topeka H Access 6, Salina Q FOX, Kansas City 0PBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson 0ABC, Kansas City IB) ABC, Wichita IB CBS, Wichita ID NBC, Kansas City |Q Encore I0WTBS (Qcinemax DsJstarzl HI HBO H Discovery ffl CNN SDf/x EEJAmer. Movie Classics . 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(CC) 785363 Movie "Fast Money" (1996) 386112 Movie * * "Fear" (1996) Mark Wahlberg. (CC) 4235721 Movie * * * "Twister" (1996) Helen Hunt. (CC) 987547 Wild Discovery 569769 News 258230 Burden-Proof A-Team 1216617 Movie Cont'd Discover Magazine 565189 Larry King Live 101905 Miami Vies 9216437 Movie ***«" Tracey 210127 "Perfect Husbnd" 9358672 Seven" (1995) Brad Pitt. (CC) 89947769 Larry Sanders Invisible Places 578653 World Today 121769 Color 4687818 Movie * * * "The Robe" (1953) Richard Burton, Jean Simmons. Murder, She Wrote 110653 Arnold 303276 Happy 51 1671 Color 9432214 86289943 Movie * * "Evil Has a Face" (1996) (CC) 95482092 Lucy 31 2924 CHANNELS NOT LISTED: JDPrevue, IB Weather Channel, fl QD Court TV, Q) MSNBC, fflHome & Garden, BJ Knowledge ' Bewitched Newhart Odd 513699 "50 Years of TV" 201479 Wild Discovery 571740 Sports 907276 Moneyllne Picket Fences 26661 58 "His Majesty" 3645671 Silk Stalklngs 119924 Taxi 369092 Mary 378740 IB MTV 80 The Nashville Network B3 Comedy Central IB Odyssey §0 ESPN I0ESPN2 QDThe Family Channel ED TNT EE Cartoon Network Q9 SCI Fl EQ Animal Planet Q3 Lifetime QDCNBC ED Encore Plus E&The Learning Channel ffipox Sports Natwdrk @9 Arts & Entertainment Q9 Black Entertainment TV BDUnlvlslon BB El Entertainment QQ Disney 69 Showtime 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 Music Videos 701 189 Life of Glen Campbell 778547 Prime Time Country 787295 Movie * * is "The Frisco Kid" (1979) 691 5653 Our House 3932672 Triumphs Spiritual Home 9:00 Real World 9:30 Jenny M. 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