The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 13, 1997 · Page 18
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B8 TUESDAY, MAY 13, 1997 •WlBiBBi • HVMHH HlVMiVHflP JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Stress from things unknown is cause for taking better care of yourself. Meetings may seem uneventful but contribute to success this summer. Develop a relationship with a neighbor - artistic possibilities arise. Scorpio is seductive. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). One of your hobbies so impresses professionals that you may parlay it into a lucrative job. Tension with roommate creates a new domestic situation. Efforts to understand your sweetheart's motive aids transition in a relationship. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Forget halfway measures, as you owe yourself, your family and your job full concentration. A dream carries the answer to a creative slump -- success is imminent. A bold statement from an old love opens up a realm of possibility. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Single out the one project that can best fulfill your objectives, and bypass time- consuming (though enjoyable) >A opportunities. Limitations with a family relationship actually create more energy for your heart's desire. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Major life changes should wait until your mental skills are most keen. Assistance from a co-worker shows your boss the pei-fect team to head up a project. Outdoor activities shared with friends are beneficial. Your health will improve. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 13). Whatever your dream is, it cannot come true without your cooperation. Accept love in the three months that follow. Singles find Pisces and Cancer to be especially giving partners. July brings a twist in the romantic story. Let work and love be separate in August when efforts in both areas need full concentration. Windfall months are June and next February. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Pressure at work encourages you to set aside quiet time. Serenity comes from new meditative activity. Conflict with your partner raises questions about the future. Community involvement offers a chance for political career. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Money arrives from work you've done in your spare time. Communication with a friend is tough due to a misunderstanding -- clear the air by asking questions. Children will bring surprises. Research leads to an artistic change. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Speak your mindl Your verbal critique and support are needed to motivate the team. Precision is your key to success. Encourage a loved one, or even yourself, to pursue musical or artistic talent. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Authorities respect your opinion. Patience on a work project is needed to ensure completion. Plans may fall through or cost more than expected. Lovers are excited when you vary the routine. Virgo has a secret crush. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Outsmart adversaries and competitors by meeting their challenges head on. Extra money is made through physical labor. Watch a video to unwind. Realize your value -- you are enough all on your own. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You can see through the mask that a love or a friend is wearing. Your sweetheart desires more commitment -- only give what is possible to keep things fair. Lessen time spent on domestic chores with reorganization. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). If someone you trusted seems to have betrayed you, relax -- he or she hasn't. A period of indecision makes others far more sensitive to your needs. Time spent with a child brings satisfaction. Borrowed items are returned. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 Saha today WEATHER Kansas today 78 HIGH 47 LOW Today, mostly sunny. High 78. Southwest wind 10 to 20 mph. Tuesday night, partly cloudy. Low 47. 8:34 p.m. 6:19 am. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy • WEDNESDAY: Partly to mostly sunny. Highs 70 to 75, With 65 to 70 in the northeast corner. • THURSDAY: Generally dry. Lows in the lower to mid- 40s Highs in the upper 60s. • FRIDAY: Dry. Lows in the lower to mid-40s Highs in the upper 60s. • SATURDAY: Lows in the mid-50's. Highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s U.S. today TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year High 74 74 95/1902,56 Low 42 50 37/1917 • High and low to 7 p.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 1 0.39 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line !.i Category 0927 60s 70s 80s 9 1997 AccuWeather, Inc. COLD WARM STATIONARY Prossura 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 Concordla Dodge City Emporia Garden City Goodland Hutchlnson Lawrence Manhattan Pittsburg c Russell Topeka Wichita HI 66 71 68 69 70 70 69 70 72 67 69 68 73 69 70 LO PREC 35 36 48 38 43 44 45 34 40 44 33 50 36 41 49 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 57 76 61 59 79 80 68 98 81 64 80 72 86 100 66 LO 41 50 53 40 50 43 38 69 63 55 43 33 71 75 51 OTLK Cldy Ckty Rain Cldy Clr Clr Cldy Clr Clr Rain Cldy Cldy Cldy Clr Clr THE SALINA JOURNAL PEOPLE Growing up is hard to do NEW YORK — James Taylor, a middle- aged father of two grown children, says he's finally grown up. "I feel like I'm a man now," Taylor, 49, said. "I used to think you were a man when you were 30. In my case it was not true." In the last year, Taylor's second marriage ended, and both his father Ike and best friend and musical collaborator, Don Grolnick, died of cancer. Three years TAYLOR earlier, he lost his brother Alex to alcoholism, reminding him of his own struggles with heroin and alcohol. Taylor said he was aware of the troubles of growing up when he sang "Let the boy become a man" on his 1971 album "Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon." "It just takes a long time to get here," he said. Comedian trying for big time NEW YORK — Lava-haired comedian Carrot Top is trying to take his schtick off campus. Carrot Top sells out more than 200 shows a year on the college circuit using a bag filled with props like boots with a kickstand for drunk cowboys. But he said he still can't get booked on talk shows. "I'll have a sold-out show, then I'll turn on Letterman and he takes a shot at me," he told Entertainment Weekly in its latest issue. He is starting to get some respect, though. Carrot Top's first movie in a three-picture deal with Trimark is set to open in October. And he's starting to get some television exposure. Singer's visit is Major event LONDON — Former Prime Minister John Major elected to attend Luciano Pavarotti's return to the Royal Opera House. Major, whose Conservative Party was trounced in national elections May 1, was among the sell-out crowd of nearly 2,200 Sunday. They saw Pavarotti perform at the Royal Opera House, his first time there in 18 years. More than 100 opera fans waited outside, hoping to pick up returned tickets for a bargain $81.50. Tickets originally cost $228. "I've never seen him before, and he's one of the three greatest tenors in the world. I just had to see him," said Phillipa Stone. From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent Dickinson Theaters Children t Seniors S3.SO •Prlrrullm« Adult* $3.75 OthwTImM $5.50 Art Ctntsr Clnsma Regular Admlulon $5.50, ($4.50 SAC Mwnbcra) •Primitlnw S4.00, ($3.50 SAC Mtmtwra) FATHER'S DAY PG13 * (*5:05)-7:25 Mid-State • 1 hour 42 min. VOLCANO PG13 *'/! (*5:00)-7:20 Mid-State • 1 hour 45 min. THE FIFTH ELEMENT PG13 *** C5:00)-7:40 Sunset • 2 hours 7 min. BREAKDOWN R *** C5:15)-7:30 Sunset • 1 hour 35 min. Father needs to start disciplining his daughter By letting his girl rule his life, dad is spoiling more than just her Dear Ann Landers: My son, "Joe," walked out of a bad marriage several months ago and is over^ come with guilt about leaving his 3- year-old daughter, "Annie." Joe has been granted regular visitation rights and can see Annie whenever he wishes. Good, you might say? Well, not really. The child has become his entire life. He never disciplines her, so of course the child is out of control and spoiled rotten. He buys her everything she wants and allows her to stay up as late as she pleases. I don't enjoy Annie's visits any- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. more. In fact, I'm beginning to dread them. The child runs wild and abuses my pets, trashes the house and refuses to sit through a meal. She will not go to sleep unless an adult, preferably her father, lies down in the bed with her. Joe thinks Annie is adorable, and he is so obsessed with the child that he is jeopardizing his relationship with the wonderful woman he is dating. He is more interested in being with his daughter than with his lady friend, and she is getting fed up with the threesome. We have told Joe that he is ruining the child, but he refuses to listen to me or his father. We are distressed about what is happening to our granddaughter. She is becoming totally self-centered and obnoxious. Maybe if Joe sees this letter in print, he will wake up. We are — Praying in Del Key, Calif. Dear Del Rey: Trying to buy love never works. Children who are over-indulged and undisciplined are invariably insecure and unhappy. Joe's obsession with his daughter is not only unhealthy but destructive. When she reaches adulthood, she will expect all males to cater to her like Daddy did. I hope your son will speak with Annie's pediatrician and get the name of a counselor. This man needs professional guidance to help him become a sensible and effective parent. The direction in which he has been going is the wrong one, and his child will pay the price for it. Dear Ann Landers: I lost my copy of a priceless column of yours. It contained the poem about a lady who knitted socks that didn't fit. It appeared in 1981. Right now, we can all use a good laugh, so will you please print it again? — Millie from Ontario Dear Millie: That poem came from a reader in North Dakota. He signed himself "Buster in Bismarck." Here it is: Dear Ann Landers: I laughed when I read your comments about how you knitted a pair of socks for the American Red Cross to help the war effort and your supervisor suggested you could better serve your country by knitting for the Germans. You must be the person to whom the GI wrote the following ditty: Socks received. Some fit! I use one for a helmet And one for a mitt. I must say, Dear Lady, You've done your bit. But where in the hell Did you learn to knit? TV TONIGHT 5/13/97 O PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays O NBC, Wichita QFOX, Wlchlta-Sallna QCBS, Topeka H Access 6, Sallna B FOX, Kansas City QPBS, Wlchlta-Hutchln»on QABC, Kansas City IB) ABC, Wichita 13 CBS, Wichita IB NBC, Kansas City IB Encore fQWTBS fQcinemax BSstarzl HI HBO S3 Discovery ED CNN BDf/x Q0Am»r. Movie Classic* S3 us A Q) Nickelodeon 7:00 7:30 Spirits of the Jaguar 83868 Mad-You 6787 Caroline 665 8:00 8:30 Frontline 6541 6 Frasler 5435 Caroline 1042 Movie "Quicksilver Highway" (1997), Matt Frewer 73690 Promised Land 21042 Comm Access 43226 9:00 9:30 Take Away This Anger 72752 Dateline 7936 Simpsons Last Don (Part 2 of 3 PA) (CC) 14706 Snake Olls-Med 25874 Movie "Quicksilver Highway" (1997), Matt Frewer 31482 Spirits of the Jaguar 38394 Home Imp. riome Imp. Roseanne Roseanne Promised Land 72706 Mad 42761 9 Caroline Movie "The Toy" (1 982) Cont'd Frontline 47042 Home Imp. Home Imp. 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Roseanne Nightllne Late Show Tonight Show •*» "Oliver's Story" 9233503 Movie *** "Jeremiah Johnson" (1972) 859400 Movie ** "The Sweeper" (1996) 7669684 Movie "...At First Sight" '(1995) 3292313 Movie * *» "Eraser" (1996), James Caan (CC) 903394 Wild Discovery 678416 News 139077 Burden-Proof A-Team 3918690 New Detectives 581936 Urry King Live 127752 Miami Vice 3821 110 Movie * s "The Unguarded Moment" (1956) 44306481 Murder, She Wrote 136400 Secret of Alex Happy 157348 Erotic 2402416 476232 5869077 "LastGd Time" 1740058 Movie "Skeletons" (1997) (CC) 300503 Beyond Bizarre 594400 World Today 210416 Color 2626936 Color 2993139 58435110 Wild Discovery 677787 Sports 923023 Moneyline Picket Fences 3917961 Movie "Destry Rides Again" (1939) 1501706 Boxing Buster Douglas vs. Louis Monaco. (Live) 123936 Lucy 338771 Bewitched Newhart Odd 104416 58532077 Silk Stalking* 135771 Taxi 392139 Mary 474787 £3 MTV tQlhe Nashville Network 23 Comedy Central 09 Odyssey 03 ESPN SJESPN2 SQ The Family Channel ED TNT SB Cartoon Network QQSCIFI EQ Animal Planet SB Lifetime ED CNBC ED Encore Plus QjThe Learning Channel ffi Fox Sports Network IB Arts * Entertainment 8JB Black Entertainment TV QDunlvlslon flB El Entertainment QD Disney HD Showtime 7:00 Unplug 779619 7:30 Crow 494416 Yesterday* Today 794394 Klckln' Aspen 1527226 Our House 4097067 8:00 8:30 Music Videos 922874 Prime Time Country 703042 Paula Poundstone 1609874 Testify 7041 987 9:00 Undercover 9:30 Undercover Phyllis George 896706 Viva 4227232 Dream On Bobby Jones Gospel 21 92431 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Conference Semifinal Game 6 ~ Teams TBA 806139 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Conference Semifinal Game 6 -• Teams TBA 2060313 Highway to Heaven 842684 Rescue 911 924232 Baseball NHL 7774874 700 Club 848868 NBA Basketball Playoffs Teams to Be Announced. 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(R) 592503 Columbo 683348 Planet Groove 932752 TeSlgoAmando 21684 Theme Parks A-Go-Go 668394 Movie Cont'd TiiyYo 44972 Gossip 517787 Newt 423394 Movie "The Dark Crystal" (1982) 43347085 Movie **K "Powder" (1995) Mary Steenburgen. 1B9752 Comlcvlew 131416 Primer Impacto Noc. 27868 Talk Soup Night Stand Law ft Order 599955 Talk 844023 P. Impacto Stern 484665 Sanford NotlcleroUnl. Stern 493313 Movie * * *» "Swiss Family Robinson" (1960) 75846481 Movie "The Surgeon" (1995) 8435023 33094348 CHANNELS NOT LISTED: JDPrevue, Q) Weather Channel, ffl Education Access, SB Government Access, ffl Headline News, BCSPAN, OHome Shopping Network, BQVC, B Country Music Television, OJVH-1, CD Fit TV!, EBCSPAN2, W Court TV, HB MSNBC, fflHome & Garden, (B Knowledge TV, QJTCI FYI, QBJAmerica's Jewelry Store, flpox News, ODNewsport, BJThe Food Network, ||-|BRequest, ||Playboy/Actlon

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