The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 6, 1997 · Page 15
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THE SALINA JOURNAL nllUnllnC TUESDAY, MAY 6, 1997 B7 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate •Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). The less you say, the more others assume you are confident. Infrequent moment's of togetherness are intense enough to keep a relationship on a high note. Friendships deepen through social events with t\e gang. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Strategic plans help you get ahead at work. An older relative agrees to help with your children. Face-to-face merchandising is lucrative. Love grows through gentle teasing. A special person In your life is "—$ throwing subtle hints. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). This is an exciting day for you. Start as many new projects as you can. A presentation helps students learn tricks without formal training. You have the wherewithal to follow instructions - and therefore save labor fees. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Romance creates a memorable scenario. Loved ones need consideration more than material gifts. A family reunion sheds light on your' background. Relationships require extra ~ ? attention. Put finishing touches on old projects. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You'll see fast results for youneffprts, especially In artistic pursuits. Write notes explaining your feelings, even if you don't plan to send them. Hold off a purchase another day or two. Initiate a meal together with your family. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 6). This will be a memorable year -- you'll almost be starting over. Taureans marking their 30th and 40th birthdays feel they are in control of their destinies for the first time. Luck'comes through your family in August. Education in formerly unrelated areas acts like fire to run powerful engines on the career front. Singles could marr£earth signs In October. • VIRGO (Aug. 23- Sept. 22). A boss or mentor thinks you're ready for big-time responsibilities. Your money 'picture Improves with a small attitude adjustment. A companion Is much more reliable if you have an honest talk tonight. Blind dates go well. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). A love breakthrough begins by letting go of the past. Words of wisdom that 'don't apply today will be of special value next month. Secretaries - your boss will finally appreciate you.'E-xtra work you do results in your promotion. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). An interesting discussion can lead to help with a venture that is close to your heart. Questions that plague romance are unnecessary. A lucky break comes through a teacher-student relationship. Spend money on clothes'. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). An older Aries lends a hand. A family member may be the focus when you feel you should be - see this person as needy instead of vindictive. A child shows chutzpah. Artistic confines are joyfully beaten down. • .CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Associations honor/you. Be firm with those who manipulate. Glamqu; requires guidance - don't be shy if you have to research. The more proactive you are now, the faster you'll rise at work or in the community. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Your ability to concentrate increases. You master difficult skills and realize that you have a distinct mechanical ability. Tho^e-taking exams do well. You'll have an effect in a vast .area of need. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). A gentle nudge gets your sweetheart back on the money-making track. Expect a call to duty, and suit up accordingly. You'and a Leo could put your heads together and make, a fortune. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line 5551 Category 7827 8aMra today WEATHER Kansas today PEOPLE 78 54 LOW Today, increasing cloudiness and becoming windy. High around 78. Gusty south wind 20 to 30 mph. Tonight, a 40 percent chance of thunderstorms. Mostly cloudy. Low around 54. 8:27 p.m. 6:26 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast mainly in the 40s. Highs in the 60s except for some lower 70s west. • SATURDAY: Dry, lows mainly in the 40s. Highs in the 60s except for some lower 70s west. NEB. Colby | 78° \ Kansas City 7V COLO. |Salina 78° 1* JTopeka 74°| Liberal 84° Wichita 74° 1 Pittsburg) 74°| Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloud) • WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny west with a chance for thunderstorms east. Highs in the 70s. •THURSDAY: Dry with temperatures running a little below normal. Lows mainly in the 40s. Highs in the 60s except for some lower 70s west. • FRIDAY: Dry, lows SaRna yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 78 73 104/1909 Low 58 50 30/1917 • High and low to 7p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 7 p.m. None May to date 0.06 Average May 4.15 Year to date 3.92 Average year through May 10.39 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Cat) COMMUNITY line Category 0927 rWNSAS ROAD C6NfiltiiciWS : HOtLI»iiE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol U.S. today SOsi 50s 60s COLO WAM STATUARY ' ® 1997 AccuWeather, tnc. Pressure -—— — ^VNt. H/GH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville Belolt Chanute Concordia DodoeCity Emooria Garden City Goodland Hill City Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan . Russell Tooeka Wichita HI 77 77 81 77 75 81 74 73 77 79 77 •••• - 7877 77 79 LO 57 56 56 t>r 46 60 4b 42 51 53 60 ~^&?-~ 53 61 53 PREC .01 .02 i. , . t . • - - .05 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 59 79 53 61 83 82 75 94 82 63 80 -—-79' 82 99 72 LO 36 54 48 43 61 49 49 69 62 50 55 •; 45 58 73 52 OTLK CMy Udy Rain Clr Cldy Udy Cldy Cldy Clr Rain Cldy Cldy Cldy Cdy Clr LAKE Lake loses yet another job WORTHINGTON, Mass. — Anthony Lake can't hold onto a job. Lake, who withdrew March 17 for consideration as CIA director after contentious confirmation hearings, was dumped as his hometown's field driver and fence viewer, positions he has held for 14 years. "He was unavailable for renewal," said Julia Sharron, who heads the board of selectmen in this town 96 miles west of Boston. Now symbolic, field drivers and fence viewers are elected by town meeting members. A field driver traditionally rounded up loose livestock and a fence viewer settled boundary disputes. King finds The Boss groovy STOCKHOLM, Sweden — The Boss met the king Monday and came away $133,000 richer. Bruce Springsteen was one of two recipients of the Polar Music Prize, presented by King Carl XVI Gustaf. Springsteen's citation praised him for being an "uncompromising steward of the essential qualities of rock: its heavy beat and 'groovy' sound — a harsh sometimes crude but at the same time spiritual sound ideal rooted in black rhythm and blues." The prize fund was established at the Royal Swedish Academy of Music by Stig «j Anderson, whose Polar Record Company :•£ released the worldwide hits of ABBA in T the 1970s and '80s. Each year, the prize goes to one pop or •'• jazz musician and one classical musician. Swedish choral director Eric Ericson was the other winner. It's not an Oscar, but a Hayes WASHINGTON — Lynn Redgrave snagged a Helen Hayes. The co-star of "Shine" is the winner of the American Express Tribute, the top honor at the 12th annual Helen Hayes Awards to be presented Monday night at the Kennedy Center. Redgrave, who became i! a star in the 1967 movie * "Georgy Girl," follows ; James Earl Jones, Mary 'M ar ti n> Angela Lans- bury, Stephen Sondheim, Eli Wallach, " among others. The awards, named for the late film and theater legend, honor outstanding national theatrical artists and theater in Washington. From Wire Service Reports MOVIES *Bad **Fatr *** Good **** Excellent " •- Dickinson ThMter* Chlldran t tenlora $3.60 -PrimMlm. Adults 13.75 OtlwrTltiwt M.60 Art CwiUr Clnwra RtgularAdmlHlonM.50, (M.N SAC Mwnbm) •PrtiwUm.W.00, (»1.508ACI««nh«S MURDER AT 1600 R **'/. (*5:10)-7:20 Central • 1 hour 46 min. THE SAINT PG-13 7-: ** ~-(*5:05)-7:25 Central • 1 hour 57 mln. McHALE'S NAVY PG •-"• * (*5:00) Ceritral • 1 hour 49 mln. THE PEOPLE VS. LARRY FLYNT R • . **** •'•" 7:30 Central • 2 hours 10 min. LIAR LIAR PG13 . . *** "' C5:15)-7:15 Central • 1 hour 29 mln. ANACONDA PG13 (•5:05)-7:15 Mid-State • 1 hour 30 mln. VOLCANO PG13 *'/* (*5;00)-7:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 45 min. FIRST STRIKE PG13 n/a Sunset • 1 hour 28 mln. BREAKDOWN R *** (•5:00)-7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 35 min. T ADVICE Nurse steamed at those who expect free advice Dear Ann Landers: You said you wanted to hear from nurses who married their patients. I am an R.N. I did NOT marry a patient, but I have a problem that is akin to what you were referring to. I met my husband at a social event. We have been married for 22 years and are very happy. So what is my complaint? It is our friends, neighbors and fellow church members who expect me to give them free medical advice for every imaginable ailment. I have also been ^ asked to time their labor pains over the phone (so they won't have to bother their doctor), give their cat allergy shots and advise them on birth control. I have an R.N. friend who screens her calls to weed out people who would like to ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. take advantage of her medical knowledge. Another R.N. friend is considering sending bills to every relative who expects her to be on call 24 hours a day. We would not mind if these people would reciprocate. They don't. It would be nice if someone brought over a casserole or a pot of soup when a caregiver is sick. They never do. Maybe a word in your column will remind them that we are human, too. — Burned Up But Not Burned Out Dear Burned Up: You have just described the downside of being thought of as "indestructible." I hope your letter will help people see caregivers through different eyes. While nurses are, by tradition, hand-holders, on occasion, they need someone to hold their hands. Dear Ann Landers: I have been dating "Kevin" for five years. I am 36, divorced with two teen-agers. He is 45, divorced with no kids. TV TONIGHT I recently found out that Kevin has been dating someone else for the last four years. The other woman learned about me, was stunned and decided to give me a call. Kevin travels a lot for his job, which made it convenient for him to lie to both of us. When I confronted him, he admitted everything and said he wanted to marry me. Three days later, he bought me a lovely engagement ring. Within a few weeks, I learned that he was still seeing the other woman. When I demanded an explanation, he became very emotional and swore he would never see her again. I truly love Kevin and want to spend the rest of my life with him, but I'm worried. Can he really change and be honest with me? Am I being stupid and gullible? Should I call it a day before I have any more heartbreak? Please help me figure this out, Ann. — At the Crossroads in Des Moines Dear Des Moines: Kevin is a poor risk, in my opinion. I suggest that you return the ring and date others. The "jolt" just might make him shape up, but I wouldn't bet the rent. My guess is that if he can't be faithful to you after giving you an engagement ring, the same will hold true for the wedding band. Dear Ann Landers: I would like to bring to the attention of your readers a frequent comment that depresses people, even though it may be said with the best of intentions. It is "You look tired." If indeed the person is tired, the last thing he or she wants to hear is that it shows. Such a comment is never appreciated. Take my word for it. I realize most people who say, "You look tired," are trying to express concern, but it only makes a person feel worse. So, please, if your friend does indeed look tired, do him or her a favor and don't mention it. — Well Rested in New York Dear New York: You've written a letter that will spare many people from a downer. On behalf of all of them, I thank you. 3 FOX, vVlchlta-Sallna QABC, Kansas City 5/6/97 PBS, Bunker Hill-Hay* ova 60877 NBC, Wichita Mad-You 8322 {Something 159 Frasler 7070 Movie *** "Mrs. Doubtflre" (1993) Robin Williams, Sally Field. 298761 CBS, Topaka Accese 6, Sallna Promised Land 12821 Comm Access 20235 FOX, KanaaaClty Movie *** "Mrs. Doubtflre" (1993) Robin Williams, Sally Field. 867815 PBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlneon Nova 48631 Horn* Imp. ) ABC, Wichita CBS, Wichita Horn* Imp. Promised Land 86815 I NBC, Kansas City |Q Encore WTBS cinamax DDstsnl QHBO iscovery CNN Ojp*r. 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From Busch Stadium. 845877 •ovle "One Good Turn" (1996) 309964 Movie "Night of the Running Man" 7995051 Movie * * * * "Bane" (1995) James Cromwell. 5743964 Movie **s"Mission:Impossible"(1996)(CC)730877 10:00 10:30 Tonight Show Cheers 55588 Late Show Ready-G.E.D.7 Patrqj40728 nternet61070 tows 892581 5 News 6301 631 News 6303099 News 901 1438 Qthe Nashville Network 3 Comedy Central fj" Odyssey ID ESPN 33ESPN2 Business Rpt. JBfhe Family Channel Roseanne Nlghtline IB Cartoon Network Late Show 00SCIFI Tonight Show "The Brink's Job" 6013525 Movie "Sliver Bullet" 427631 Erotic Movie * *» "Flipper" (1996) 5973070 Six Months to Live (CC) 242902 Wild Discovery 505983 Naw Detectives 514631 News 599524 Burden-Proof A-Team 3189186 Larry King Live 154273 Miami Vice 3165506 Movie "The Spoilers" (1942) 428438 Murder, She Wrote 130693 Monsters * Mayhem 501167 World Today 141709 Color 2953032 Color 2220235 Movie * * * "The Egg and I" (1947) 420761 T985954 74950457 Comedy Hour Wild Discovery 504254 Sports 393235 iMoneyllne Picket Fences 3188457 Boxing (Live) 150457 Lucy 980525 Bewitched Newhart Odd 498254 364983 Silk Stalking* 139964 Taxi 751235 CHANNELS NOT LISTED: m court TV, HMSNBC, 1 Mary 760983 MTV tanley Cup Playoffs: Conference Semifinal Game 3 •- Teams TBA 679896 Baseball Highway to Heaven 201780 1 TNT NBA Basketball Playoffs Teams to Be Announced. (Live) (CC) 228439 Seaquest DSV 9460728 SB Animal Planet [Q Lifetime SB CNBC ED Encore Plus The Learning Channel Fox Sport* Network Arte * Entertainment Black Entertainment TV JUnlvlslon El Entertainment ) Disney J) Showtime 7:00 7:30 nplugged 209322 esterday & Today 567051 ounge Liz. 8:00 8:30 Music Videos 218070 Style 563032 Prime Time Country 583099 Comics Come Home 8979761 Comedy Half ur House 2499083 Triumphs Triumphs 9:00 9:30 World 674612 Singled Out Lisa Foster 563235 Dallas 566322 Viva 4498728 Dream On Dally Show Bobby Jones Gospel 6099047 Drag Racing: NHRA 4293065 Motorcycle Racing AMA Supercross Series. 8693821 Rescue 911227728 700 Club 207964 icooby Doo Bugs 3657438 Flintatones Movie ** "Timemaster" (1995), Duncan Regehr 9440964 Human Nature 28457 To Be Announced 54867 ISplrit-Adven. Moms of a Lifetime 214254 Movie "Dangerous Offender" (1996), Sara Botslord 294490 Equal Time Hardball Movie "Blloxi Blues" Cont'd Medical Detect Danger Zone FOX Sports News 297815 Biography 590051 Jetsons Tom and Jerry 10:00 10:30 Lovellne Cho 8545761 Our House 3849524 Sportscenter (CC) 977186 RPM 3736148 NHL 3745896 Three Stooges 200051 NBA Basketball Playoffs: Teams TBA 798815 Speed Racer Jonny Quest Rocky-Bullwln Quantum Leap 8293631 Wild Guide Human Nature 27728 Rivera Live 4824047 Late Night 6802371 Movie * "The Squeeze" (1987) Michael Keaton. 950419 Connll486612 Connll472419 Connections III 581631 Skiing 273235 Homicide: Life 213525 Charles Grodln 1748790 The Brink's Job" 4969273 Medical Detect Danger Zone Tennis ATP AT&T Challenge - Final. 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