The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 2, 1997 · Page 13
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac FRIDAY, MAY 2, 1997 83 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate- Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). An old business rival will seek a partnership. Your new romantic interest is a distraction from things that matter just as much. Be aware of a close friend's desires for you. Have out-of-fashlon clothes altered. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Your influence among family is tangible. Your boss will shower praise on you. Try not to censor youngsters, even if you witness unrealistic ideas. Forget elevators ~ climb stairs. Creativity and prudence are your calling cards. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Tact and patience will win over that suspicious individual. Borrowing money from a friend will not be necessary anymore. Your refinement and musical knowledge will impress new dates. A Libra love is favored. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Cultivate a love of justice. Be the founder of new thoughts, dreams and dares. Talking' with a sibling about your mutual past is healing at most and, at least, memorable. Special luck follows when you circulate in large parties. * . LEO (j U | y 23-Aug. 22). The unexpected pleases you, and loved ones also respond to your delightful surprises. You deserve better than the position you hold. Up-to- date, information throws a lucky kink in plans. It's time for a new hairstyle. • ^TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 2). Your powerful sense of self makes you super attractive to the opposite sex all this month. A blind date with a shy person in the next three weeks could lead to marriage in September. A break from the constant financial juggling comes in August, when you educate yourself. A Virgo or Pisces wants commitment. Travel leads to a personal triumph in October. • VIRGO (Aug. 23- Sept. 22). A persistent admirer gets your attention. Your vitality and sense of humor will enchant your focus. A friend you work with will call you for help. Learn as much as you can about an acquaintance before extending invitations. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Charity work at an animal shelter leads to new friendships. What was once a sore spot becomes your well of strength. Secure your position at work before asking for a raise. A more classic wardrobe is best for new activities. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Do not let your love life be disrupted by phone calls from an admirer. A gift warrants immediate response. Changes in personal taste signal the arrival of a new, improved you. Redefine Mr. or Ms. Right. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A stressed spouse will need all your understanding; A congenial move is all a family member needs to cease pestering. Communication that was formerly misunderstood gets a second chance. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Emotional intensity equals your ability to control it. Be passionate, even about matters that pertain only to you. Family contributes to a brainstorm - brilliance is hatched. Resist a temptation to give more than you can afford. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You'll have luck in love, especially with the aid of a Gemini or Virgo. An afternoon with friends increases your knowledge base and spurs your competitive nature. Rewards that you give yourself are the best kind. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March. 20). Wishes can be real when you utilize the ingenious energy of this moon. Pull from resources you may have forgotten about. When family gives ideas to improve your financial situation, write them down - one is a sure winner. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 *Bad **Fair ***Good **** Excellent DIcUmonThMtM* ChlWran 1 Scnlori (3.50 -PrlmUm* AdulU 13.75 OttwrTlmu 15.50 Art Cwitw Clnwra H«9uCir AdmlMton 15.50, (14.50 SAC U«nb«>) •Prlmrtm.M.00. (13.50 SAC M«nbw>) MURDER AT 1600 R (*4:40)-7:10-9:20 Central • 1 hour 46 min. THE SAINT PG-13 ** (*4:35)-7:05-9:25 Central • 1 hour 57 mln. McHALE'S NAVY PG * (*4:30) Central • 1 hour 49 mln. THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FUNT R **** 7:00-9:30 Central • 2 hours 10 min. LIAR LIAR PG13 *** (*4:45)-7:15-9:15 Central • 1 hour 29 min. ANACONDA PG13 ***y z (•4:50)-7:05-9:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 mln. VOLCANO PG13 (•4:45)-7:00-9:20 Mid-State «1 hour 45 mln. FIRST STRIKE PG13 n/a (•5:00)-7:10-9:10 Sunset • 1 hour 28 min. BREAKDOWN R *** (•4:45)-7:00-9:15 Sunset • 1 hour 35 mln. UMBRELLAS OF CHERBOURG NR n/a (*5:00)-7:00-9:00 Art Center Cinema • 1 hour 31 min. WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 60 42 LOW Today, windy with showers and thunderstorms likely. High o< 60. Northwest winds 20 to 30 mph and gusty. Chance for precipitation 60 percent. Tohight, becoming mostly clear. Low in the lower 42. 8:23 p.m. Today's Sunset 5:31 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise JPittsburgl 65°| tO^y*^TJJTt^ \tTx\\ .'..• ••...;•.•:. -z.-t.-i. Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloud} BUSH Extended forecast U.S. today • SATURDAY: Mostly sunny statewide. Highs from the lower 60s northeast to 70 to 75 southwest. • SUNDAY: Dry. Lows 35 to 45. Highs 65 to 70 east and in the 70s west. • MONDAY: Dry. Lows 45 to 55. Highs 70 to 80. • TUESDAY: Dry. Lows 45 to 55. Highs 70 to 80. SaHna yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 63 70 92/1955 LOW 37 46 19/1909 • High and tow to 7 p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 7 p.m. 0.02 May to date 0.02 Average May 4.15 Year to date . 3.88 Average year through May 10.39 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line Category 0927 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provtdtd by the Kanaw Highway Patrol 40s HIOH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.8. today Belleville HI 58 LO 35 PREC .08 Anchorage HI 55 LO 35 Betoit 62 39 OTLK Ctdy .02 Atlanta 76 55 Ctdy CoHeyvllle 73 35 Boston Concord la 60 • 35 Cloy .03 Chicago 57 Dodge City 73 40 Dallaa-Ft Worth 82 65 Bain Cloy Emporia 67 34 Denver 48 Garden City 72 41 Goodland 35 .11 .06 33 CMy Kansas City 61 51 Ram Las Vegas 82 58 Clr Hutchlnson 67 36 Lawrence Manhattan Plttsburg Russell Topeka 64 64 70 64 65 40 33 39 37 J 34 .05 .02 .04 .08 Los Angeles 58 NewYorkCitv 69 45 Clr Oklahoma Ctfr 56 Clr Omaha 53 46 Rain Orlando 87 62 Phoenix 91 Wichita 69 37 Ban Francisco 71 Clr Airport renamed for Bush HOUSTON — George Bush took off on a sunset flight from Houston Intercontinental Airport. He returned 50 minutes later to George Bush Intercontinental Airport- Houston. Bush and his wife, Barbara, were joined by former Secretary of State James Baker, astronaut John Young and Mayor Bob Lanier on the ceremonial flight to mark the renaming of the airport Wednesday. "My heart is full of great happiness and joy," the former president said at a dinner in a hangar before the flight. "The naming of this airport means more to me than any other honor that has been bestowed on Barbara and me." Bush, who grew up in Connecticut, moved to Texas in 1948, represented the state in Congress and returned to Houston after losing his bid for re-election in 1992. .An 8-foot bronze statue of a windswept Bush will be placed in front of the airport, which opened in 1969. Hillary donates to hospital NEW YORK — Hillary Rodham Clinton is taking her own advice, using profits from her best-selling book "It Takes a Village" to help children. The first lady and her publisher, Simon & Schuster, donated $75,000 to Babies & Children's Hospital at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center. "It's very significant to me that the proceeds from this book have gone to support charities., and institutions that care for children, and particularly children's hospitals," Clinton said Wednesday. "I believe that children's hospitals do perform miracles." Clinton's reading of her book, which espouses community involvement in child rearing, won the Grammy Award this year for best spoken word album. Poet pays tribute to Ginsberg FLORENCE, Italy — The Beats go on. Poet and publisher Lawrence Fer- linghetti opened a City Lights bookstore in Italy on Thursday with a tribute to his friend and fellow Beat poet Allen Ginsberg. Ferlinghetti gave a reading of his poetry to a standing-room-only audience. The reading was dedicated to Ginsberg, who died April 20 at age 70. City Lights Books published Ginsberg's revolutionary poem "Howl!" in 1956. From Wire Service Reports CLINTON T ADVICE Some nurses regret tying knot with their patients Dear Ann Landers: I'm responding to the letter from the' nurse in Lawrence, Kan., who married her patient. She said he is a hypochondriac who expects her to take care of him all the time. You asked to hear from other nurses who married their patients and whether they would recommend it. I don't fall into that category, but I know a few nurses who do. One was a prison nurse who married a man serving a life sentence. Anoth* er did not marry her prisoner "sweetheart," but she unlocked a door and helped him escape. I have worked with several nurses who have married alcoholics and drug abusers. I believe it's an occupational hazard since most nurses enter the field to be ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. caregivers. They just need to be needed. If we are incapable of separating our professional lives from our personal lives, we risk winding up with people who need to be nursed routinely. And the older they get, the more needy they become. — Mary in Traverse City, Mich. Dear Mary: You've written a very frank letter that demonstrates a great deal of introspection. Keep reading. Dear Ann: This is in response to the nurse who advised other nurses not to marry their patients. I hope they listen. I also met my husband when he was my patient. He is not a hypochondriac and doesn't like being sick or dependent on anyone for his care. However, he thinks I know as much as any doctor and that I should be able to take care of his medical needs. Although he was a patient for an extended period and should know how hard nurses work, he doesn't have a clue. The man has no sympathy whatsoever for women in my profession and no inkling TV TONIGHT of the stress related to nursing. Our marriage has been extremely rocky because of his lack of consideration. If I had it to do over again, I would not marry this man. Nor would I advise any nurse to marry her patient. — New York R.N. Dear New York: I was surprised at the number of nurses who share your views. A few wrote to say it was a good idea. Read on. Dear Ann: If a dental assistant can be considered a nurse, I am qualified to speak on the subject of marrying my patient. My husband and I met over a root canal (his). I have always been extremely cautious when it comes to making a commitment, so we dated for nearly five years before we married. As far as I can tell, we are happier and treat each other better than most couples. — Mount Prospect, 111. Dear Ann: My grandmother was a nurse who married her patient. He was a flier in the Royal Canadian Air Force. My mother married her patient, too. He was injured in an industrial accident. I am engaged to a man I took care of when he had his gallbladder removed. I've observed, that divorces run in families and so do., happy marriages. So far we have a perfect record of happily married nurses. — Hamilton, Ont. Dear Hamilton: According to the statistics I've seen, you are right. But in all fairness, the stigma of divorce that women experienced 60 years ago no longer exists. The reason? They have alternatives. Today, more women are better educated and independent financially, which means they no longer are forced to stay in miserable and unrewarding marriages. I call this real progress. Gem of the Day: A woman told the picture framer, "Please frame this certificate and be very careful because it cost $100,000." She then unwrapped her son's college diploma. 5/2/97 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 | PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays WashWk9024 Will St. 8227 Mark* 5444 Dtfense Secretaries 306753 Whoby 56145 Liberty & Limits 69918 IB MTV Muilc videos 768005 Austin Powers-Shindig / BMV | NBC, Wichita Unsolved Mysteries 9519 Datsllm9937 Homicide: Ufi 9173 FOX, WIchlta-Sallna Sliders 77531 Millennium 93579 |CBS, Topeka Candid Camera 89591 Ofdhwy Extraordinary 24869 Nash Bridges 89555 News 9297024 Tonight Show Stir Trek: Voysger 85753 Extra 99840 News 7006956 Late Show 0The Nashville Network Auto Racing A.J. Foyt's Cavalcade of Sprints. 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