The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 11, 1997 · Page 19
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SUNDAY, MAY 11, 1997 .' JOYCE JILLSON [Creators Syndicate ; Inc. ' HOROSCOPES v • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Leadership skills are found through assistance in a community project. Treat others delicately when meeting your urge for independence. Strive for more structure in your life. Libra introductions are lucky. ; • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Time alone confirms your recent list of goals. The universe communicates with you using symbols and coincidences. Opportunities to succeed, win and A triumph come under strange circumstances, so open your mind. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Endeavors on a political level yield success. Swift actions taken immediately will impress authority figures. You get special consideration -- and deserve it. Relationships are imbued with passion in the evening. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Change is necessary on the home front. Important friends and lovers may return to you. Huge profits later in the month will bring the financial security you have •i : long sought. A Gemini teases you. ,• • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Sudden prominence Is possible, but don't let It scare you. Aquarian pals you rijreet at new locations bring luck. It's the perfect time f&f-;beginning a new friendship. Enjoy! Creative work results in a product that makes you proud. ^« TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 11). You'll follow through with goals this year and rise above the pressures of the next three months. Success in love tW$ month and next brings commitment by September. Sophisticated work takes over your life in Jtlpe. Gemini and Sagittarius are lucky signs in the marriage months of August and December. Don't overlook travel in November. '"• • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Don't shy away from activities that could help you financially. Be bold with ypur mate when talking about old wounds -- all can be solved with honesty. An optimistic state of mind h(elps you express your feelings more clearly. • • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your sixth sense tells you to go forward with new business Ideas or even a/i overnight romance. Do not stray from focus or needs - surround yourself with trusted friends. Save riom for a special dessert. ••:. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Jealous friends nrjay hinder opportunities -- but you're too set in your Ways to be deterred for long. A hopeful attitude relays openness to your love, which will lead to a Slcjiger commitment. - • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You dominate the spotlight, so display those talentsl Disappointments in love are for the best. Prioritize to achieve a balance between work and play. Get enough sleep -- your energy is being pulled by many. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Utilize power and influence now, or it may slip from your grasp. A setback in business or love will lead to a more favorable outcome. A talk with your partner smoothes out a problem. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Do you feel as if you've missed your shot? Don't worry; you haven't missed out on success -- this month presents a sSfies of several small contests. Others should not be expected to read your mind. "• PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Be willing to ask f&'What you need. Short trips are marvelous. In rgrnance, you may feel as if you are in limbo, but this i£exactly the time to push for the commitments or accessions you've wanted all along. ^HOROSQOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 **>* **! :'~ir Bed ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent 'if. Dickinson ThMUra rftnUdrtn » Swlori »3.50 •Prlmrtlm* Adulu 13.75 OttwrTImM $5.50 ,f>- Art C«nUr Clnwni ,HMUKrAdmlMlon$5.50, (14.50 SAC Mwnbm) _* 'PitnwtlmiW.OO, . ($3.60 SAC Mwnbm) MURDER AT ieoo C- .R C- (*2:05-'4:35)-7:05 •Central • 1 hour 46 min. -: THE SAINT £• PQ13 •I : ; ** ;*•; (*2:00-*4:30)-7:00 • Central «1 hour57mln. ANACONDA PG13 « "(*2:10-*4:40)-7:10 Central • 1 hour 30 mln. •; LIAR LIAR PG13 .; *** * (*2:15*4:45)-7:15 Central • 1 hour 29 min. : FATHER'S DAY £ PG13 ;'- ('2:05-*4:35)-7:05 KJd-State • 1 hour 42 min. VOLCANO PG13 *'/2 (*2:00-*4:30)-7:00 Mid-State • 1 hour 45 min. THE FIFTH ELEMENT PG13 *** (*1:30-*4:15)-7:00 Sunset • 2 hours 7 mln. BREAKDOWN R *** (•1:45-*4:30)-7:15 Sunset • 1 hour 35 min. MICROCOSMOS G **** 2:00-3:30-5:00-7:00 Art Center Cinema • 73 min. Mm today WEATHER KMMS today PEOPLE 72 43 LOW Today, becoming mostly cloudy with a 30 percent chance for mainly morning showers. Breezy with a high around 72. North wind 15 to 25 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy. Low 43. 8:32 p.m. 6:21 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast Kansas City \x\x\ N y?r > ^ \\\ \\S\\ T \ \ V \ X N N Showers T-storms Rain Flumes Snow Ice Sunny Pf. Cloudy Cloud Jet scare not part of stunt LOS ANGELES — In a real-life scare much like his movie stunts, macho actot; Sylvester Stallone got to experience the thrill of having a jet windshield blow out during a trans-Atlantic flight. "I always wanted to travel to Europe in a convertible," Stallone said in a statement released Friday by his publicist, Paul Bloch. The star of the "Rambo" and "Rocky" films was flying to the Cannes Film Festival aboard a Gulfstream 3 jet when the pilot-side windshield blew out 2'A hours into STALLONE • MONDAY: Mostly cloudy west with a chance for light rain southwest. Partly cloudy central and east. Cool with highs 55 to 60 northwest and 65 to 70 elsewhere. • TUESDAY: Cool and dry. Lows 35 to 45. Highs in the 60s. •WEDNESDAY: Mild and dry. Lows in the 40s. Highs 65 to 75. • THURSDAY: Warmer and continued dry. Lows around 50 with highs in the 70s. U.S. today SaHna yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal. Record/Year High 76 74 96/1911,67 Low 38 50 29/1909 • High and low to 7p.m PRECIPITATION 24-hour to 7 p.m. None May to date 0.39 Average May 4.15 Year to date 4.25 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 Provided by tha Kansas Highway Patrol 70s COLD WARM STATIONARY Pressure H L EE3 ESI HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas yesterday U.S. today Belleville BetoH CoffeyvIHe Concordla DodoeClty EmDorta Garden City Good land Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan PHtsburm Russell ' ' Topeka Wichita •• HI 74 76 71 75 77 74 78 81 74 73 74 72 77 74 70 LO PREC 39 44 39 45 39 42 39 41 43 44 35 - ' ' 38 L 40 Anchorage Atlanta Boston ChJcaoo Dallas-Ft Worth , Denver Kansas City lasveoas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando .-Phoenix San Francisco HI 55 74 66 68 . 76 • 63 71 94 77 69 76 65 : "66 ••."'• 98 70 LO 44 45 44 48 53 48 •52 68 62 49 49 50 61 75 51 OTLK Cldy Or CkJy Cldy Cldy Cldy Uldy C S? Or Cldy Cldy Clr Cldy Cldy Cldy the flight to France, Bloch said. .".J, Stallone, along with everyone else.tfn board, was aware of the mishap. ,,^ "Oh, everybody knew it happened* Bloch said by telephone from Nice. NQ one was hurt. The pilot returned the damaged plafre to the U.S. mainland, where Stallone arid his entourage took another private Gutf : stream jet to the festival where Stallone 1$ promoting the film "Copland." Swayze breaks leg in fall :,',' SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Break a leg'is supposed to be just an old theater expression. And it's supposed to bring good luck: While filming a movie, Patrick Swayze made the mistake of taking it a little tdo literally. '< The actor fell off his horse Friday and hit a tree during shooting of an escape scene, suffering a broken leg, according,t<? makers of the film "Letters from a Killer./' "He was in some serious pain, but He was joking a little," a movie extra, Glenn Neasham, said afterward. ->o Swayze was airlifted by helicopter froin the town of lone in Amador County to the University of California, Davis, Medical Center. '~ A Truman's character lauded INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — President Truman is remembered as a commoiji man, which is exactly as it should be, ftffr- mer Georgia Sen. Sam Nunn says. ' "It is a good time for America to re ; member Harry Truman," Nunn said FTP day after receiving an award named for the nation's 33rd president. ' The retired Democrat said the late pre'sj ident's greatest strength was his belief }h the American people, and in himself. '' Nunn also praised Truman's commifc ment to rebuilding Europe after World War II, the creation of NATO and endih'g segregation in the U.S. armed forces years before the integration of public schools.',' "Because of the lonely decisions macfc by Harry Truman, we can all thank God':.'. for the roads not traveled," Nunn said.^ From Wire Service Report T ADVICE Daughter sends mom a belated 'thank you' Dear Ann Landers: I remember reading a Mother's Day essay in your column a few years back that touched me deeply. My mother and I were not very close when I was growing up, but after reading that column, I did my best to change the situation. This Mother's Day, I plan to take Mom to a special brunch and spend the day with her. She was thrilled when I invited her. I know there are other children whose relationships with their mothers are less than perfect. Maybe if you print that column again, it will help them the way it helped me. Thank you, Ann. — A Reader in the Bronx Dear Bronx Reader: Here it is — and ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. on Mother's Day. Your timing was perfect. I hope my male readers will understand that Mother's Day is for sons, too. Here's the column you asked for: Dear Mom: I wish I could spend Mother's Day with you, but I can't, so I am writing a letter instead and hope you read it in Ann Landers' column. I understand so many things now that I didn't understand when I was growing up. I didn't know how hurt you were by some of the things I said and did until I was hurt the same way by my own children. Until I traveled that road myself, I had no idea how hard you worked, with never a complaint, or the burdens you carried doing the everyday things I took for granted. I didn't know how many times I could have made you happy by just saying, "I love you, Mom" — or "I appreciate what you are trying to do for me" — but I know now because it would mean the world to hear those words from my own children. TV TONIGHT It took me all my life to learn what a mother is. I wish there was some way I could let you know now how much I appreciate your years of sacrifice and unselfishness, your efforts to keep us on the right track, and everything you did to help your children grow up straight and strong. Thanks, Mom, you are the greatest. — Your Daughter Dear Daughter: I am delighted you gave no clue as to your identity. I hope thousands of mothers who read your beautiful letter on this appropriate day will think perhaps it was written by their daughter. My thanks to you and God bless. And here's one more for that unsung heroine, the stepmother: Dear Ann: A lot is said about mothers and grandmothers on Mother's Day. I would like to pay tribute to stepmothers. I've had a stepmother in my life for 20 years, since my parents divorced and my father remarried. She didn't raise me. I was an adult when she joined our family. I have learned to love this woman a"ri<J appreciate her and her generous heartj Not only has she brought love and kindj ness into my father's life, she has also loved me and my family. She has supported us in every way with her sharing and giving spirit. She has never forgotten-ua on our birthdays or on holidays, and of? ten, the gifts she gives are something she has made with her own hands. - t I would like to pay tribute to her today, I love her and want her to know hove grateful I am for all she has done for i^iet my husband, my children and my fatherj — A Stepdaughter in Grand Rapids Dear Stepdaughter: Your stepmot sounds wonderful. And so do you. Be si to show her a copy of this when it appeflri in the Grand Rapids Press and tell heS you wrote it. She's going to be thrilled.^ Gem of the Day: Did you ever meeT'a mother who complained because daughter called her too often? PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays ||NBC, Wichita 5/11/97 Spirits of the Jaguar 36362 3rd Rock 3879 I CBS, Topeka I Access 6, Sallna | FOX, Kansas City Grandma 7237 I PBS, Wlchlta-Hutchlnson Performance 65850 I ABC, Kansas City Movie "Angels-Outfield" Cont'd I ABC, Wichita Movie "Angels-Outfield" Cont'd | NBC, Kansas City IWTBS Istarzl I HBO ) Discovery lAmer. 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Day" (1980) 654411 iMovie ** "The Granny" (1995) 143695 Movie * * "Now and Then" (1995), Thora Birch 5545324 Movie * * * "Top Gun" (1966) Tom Cruise. (CC) 551362 Roseanne Deep Space 9 News 9817614 Q|TNT IB Cartoon Network Inside Edition Home Imp. Movie "Roxanne" 2762782 National Geo. 8040427 Movie "Electra" 265188 Movie "Safe Passage" (1994) (CC) 5775430 Movie **» "Mission:Impossible"(1996)(CC) 1558614 Wild Discovery 393140 Blast Force 319188 Avalanche (R) 399324 Impact 926492 World Today 946256 Movie * * * "This Is My Life" (1992) 8262985 Rainbow Room 779546 Rugrats Nick News Silk Stalkings 951188 Happy 785072 Munsters 2872512 Justice Files 392411 Color 2755492 Color 2022695 Sports 181492 NBA 190140 Picket Fences 3980817 Movie "Belles on Their Toes" (1952) 206017 Big Easy 931324 Odd 662782 Dick Van Dyke 'CHANNELS NOT LISTED: Wr«wu«, pweather chwurai, •V£ jFcourt^TV. •MSNBC, •Homajjaj^an. BBKnowtodgaTV, Rainbow Silk Stalkings 934411 Newhart BobNewhart I MTV Major League Baseball Toronto Blue Jays at Minnesota Twins. (Live) (CC) 927430 1ESPN2 lovie "Yours, Mine" Cont'd Aovie "Terms-Endear." Cont'd 1SCI Fl M.A.N.T.I.S. 3166188 Animal Planet Lifetime JCNBC I Encore Plus 9 The Learning Channel ) Fox Sports Network |0 Arts & Entertainment 1 Black Entertainment TV Junlvlilon I Entertainment 1 Disney QD Showtime 7:00 oad Rules 0 Fish! (R) 7:30 Road Rules Back Rd. Adv. Absolutely Fabulous 8369411 8:00 D«rla481879 8:30 Beavls 493614 World 375879 Champ. Bull Riding 838546 rlumphs GreatPreachrs Common Sense 4497463 9:00 Roundtable Raceday Dr.KatzPro. 9:30 NHRA 340966 Loveline 307350 NASCAR Critic 3841430 In Touch 2921187 tanley Cup Playoffs: Western Semifinal Gm. 5 - Oilers at Avalanche 2106169 Movie "Rain Man" The Oscar-winning study of an autistic man and his brother. 417459 'reakazoid! 2 Stupid Dogs Crocodile Hunter 78904 10:00 10:30? Road 610237 • Daily Show News 1510782 Viva 8347121 GreatPreachrs" Sportscenter (CC) 765343 Karate ISKA. 1450508 Arm Wrestling Movie "Columbo: Uneasy Lies the Crown" (1990) 757071 [Remington Steele 755528 Flintstones ToonHeads Flash 9248508 Hobocop: The Series 9251072 Vets 86459 Vets 65966 Secret World of Bats 74188 Movie * * "There Was a Little Boy" (1993) 359966 Moms of a Lifetime (R) 852445 Steals and Deals 2080139 Rivera Live 4596017 Eerie Indiana Sky Trackers How'd They Do That? 814966 Enid 138140 Kerrlsdale Cyber Warriors 823614 Tennis Nuveen Tour •• Final. From Los Angeles. 412782 Las Vtgas: House of Cards (R) (Part 2 of 2) (CC) 162492 Paid 913701 Paid 645898 Cfcnara Infragantl 41850 Anna N. Smith 720168 toery 4281 Web 9261459 Crocodile Hunter 77275 Charles Grodin 4691661 Young Concert 757324 Cyber Warriors 803850 ky- Mommles: Kid 602922 Scan 3536140 Tim Russert Press 932188 Hidden 91850! How'd They Do That? 813237 Boxing Vemon Forrest vs. Pedro Saiz. (R) 538169 America's Castles 384492 Mysteries of the Bible 394879 Lead Story I Bobby Jones Gospel 775324 I Feed Children Paid 986817 Pelicula "La Risa en Vacaclones V" (1994) 61614 Movie * * "Blood and Sand" (1989), Ana Torrent 700324 Paid 962237 Noticlero Unl. Titulares D. Gossip 729459 Movie Cont'd IMovie "Freaky Friday" (1977) (CC) 7304508 IMovie * * * * "The Lady Eve" (1941) 40255614 Movie "Beyond the Call" (1996) 2226985 (Movie "Riot" (1997) Luke Perry, Cicely Tyson. 88942362 Outer Limits Education Access, •Government Access, jjj Amaf | Ca . 8 j >we |ry store, Home Shopping Network, fflQVC, fflCountry Music Television, BBVH-1, fflFitTVI, fflCSPAN2, FTOdNetwork^ 1 ^Re^u^JfflPlaxbo^ctlo.n

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