The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1997 · Page 19
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Almanac SUNDAY, MAY 18, 1997 B7 JOYCE JILLSON Creators Syndicate Inc. HOROSCOPES .', • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Let someone else lake the initiative and plan things today. You will enjoy going along for the ride with a partner who is Interested in the arts. Do not rely on family members to speak for you on a health-related issue. '.. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Take time today to spruce up your home and wardrobe. Pay attention to -your sweet tooth, as it could be tempted greatly '< foday. Ask a sibling or cousin to assist you with a « creative or domestic project. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Someone you are interested in romantically responds to your advances. Feelings may be intense today, so avoid confrontations. Stimulate your artistic side by attending a concert or theatrical event. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Spend time and energy making your home more attractive. Today is a great day to have people over for dinner or drinks - a guest may even be a prospective love. A talk with a child about discipline goes well if kept light. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Seek out a possible new I love in an unusual place. An athletic or outdoor event 'Mntroduces you to a new hobby. A co-worker or ^colleague has news about a mutual friend. A talented '• relative includes you in an artistic project. £ .TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 18). Congratulations ! "- you are being rebornl Relationships can no longer i>let you down. You are steadfast, strong and in touch J.with your dreams. Your career soars in late June with II the help of an influential Aries or Libra. A windfall in » : July almost doubles your savings. Travel is best in 1 June or October. Your luckiest months are June and ^December. 4 'VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Control the urge to i*shop today, as you are in the mood to spend your ^entire bank account. Write down your ideas for ^possible money-making ventures. Find the key to .romance by hooking up with a Capricorn or Taurus. ; v - '.LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You are filled with kindness and generosity today, but watch out •"making too many promises may overextend you. Talk over a serious issue with your current love and "tensions ease up. Allow a friend to treat you. !*' • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Do not allow your skeptical side to take over today. Instead, look ahead ;fo the future. Resolve a romantic issue by being completely honest. A child or relative is interested in 'helping you with an artistic project. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Collaboration Is the key to success with a community or creative event. An old friend is seeking help from you that you cannot give -- tell him or her the truth. Your initial response to a friend's story should be heeded. "- • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Make a list of ijjros and cons to help you decide about various •alternatives facing you at work or in love. React to a friend's offer with enthusiasm. A relative only has the 'pest of intentions when giving you advice. '•<:. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). In-laws or clients join you at a social event. Resist a Virgo's advances • : - hold out for a Leo or a Cancer. The decision to relocate is best for all concerned. Decorate your home, or revamp your current wardrobe. i ' PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Make adjustments In your love relationship so things are more equal. A friend lends you a treasured item. A family member Involves you in a community or political project. Relax with music or a video. HOROSCOPES • Call COMMUNITY line Category 7827 MOVIES v- * Bad ** Fair *** Good **** Excellent A,' Dickinson TheiUrs •i. Children » Stnlori $3.50 •PrlmeUnw Adulli $3.75 Oth«Tlmn$5.50 ^'. Art C«nt«r Cln«ma v.Regulir Admlulon $5.60, ($4.50 SAC Memb«») .;„ •PrtmtHnw $4.00, ($3.50 SAC M«mb«r») : FATHER'S DAY PG13 » - *V4 .; ("2:05-*4:35)-7:05 Mid-State • 1 hour 42 mln. ,;-.- VOLCANO ;is PG13 HUB; j ('2:00-*4:30)-7:00 .tA/iicl-State • 1 hour 45 mln. £THE FIFTH ELEMENT £ PG13 £••• *** *«•>;' ('1:30-'4:15)-7:00 t • 2 hours 7 mln. ••*>•.;.. BREAKDOWN R *** (*1:45-*4:30)-7:15 Sunset «1 hour35min. BASQUIAT R **** 2:00-5:00-7:00 Art Center Cinema "108 min. Sfllna today WEATHER HVMIViWI^F VMPV^MJP PEOPLE 86 50 LOW Today, mostly cloudy and windy. A 40 percent chance of thunderstorms. High around 86. Southwest wind increasing to 20 to 30 mph before shifting to northwest 10 to 20 mph around midday. Tonight, turning much cooler with a 60 percent chance of showers. Low around 50, 8:36 p.m. Today's Sunset 6:15 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Extended forecast around 50 south. Highs in the upper 60s northeast to the 70s west. • WEDNESDAYS chance for thunderstorms. Lows in the Bus with highs generally in the 70s. • MONDAY: Cooler. A chance for showers and a few thunderstorms south central and southeast. Partly sunny elsewhere. Highs in the 60s, Except 70 to 75 southeast comer. • TUESDAY: Dry. Lows in the mid-to upper 40s north to SaHna yesterday TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 88 77 97/1996 LOW 55 54 36/1915,25 • 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 10.38 Average year 28.95 DAILY WEATHER • Call COMMUNITY line Category 0927 KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-8OO-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol U.S. today 60s 40s 50s COLD WARM STATIONARY 90S Pressure HL HIGH LOW SHOWERS RAIN T-STORMS FLURRIES SNOW ICE SUNNY PT. CLOUDY CLOUDY Kansas ywtertay U.S. today Belleville Betoit Chanute Concordla DodoeCtty Emooria Garden City Qoodland Hutchlnson Lawrence PtttSbUTQ Russell Topeka Wichita HI 87 86 79 87 86 82 87 89 85 83 87 79 88 83 83 LO 56 56 58 54 59 50 53 49 60 55 50 62 ' 54 / 67 56 PREC .30 .26 Anchorage Atlanta Boston Chicago Dallas^ Worth Denver Kansas City Las Vegas Los Angeles New York City Oklahoma City Omaha Orlando Phoenix San Francisco HI 66 87 69 82 89 76 85 97 84 71 87 81 87 102 76 LO 38 59 47 48 68 55 65 77 64 50 67 62 71 79 62 OTLK Cldy Or Clr Rain Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Ukly CWy Cldy Arnold's life on TV again NEW YORK— Let's see if this sounds familiar. A portly comic grows up in the Midwest, heads to Hollywood and marries a huge TV star, gets into a messy divorce and then marries a much younger woman. The story of Tom Arnold's life? Yes and no. It's also the premise for Arnold's new fall television series on the WB network, "The Tom Show." "It is a little autobiographical in that I slowly develop a relationship with a younger woman," the 38-year-old actor says in the May 23 Entertainment Weekly. "At some point the show will deal with that difference in age." After divorcing television diva Roseanne, Arnold remarried. His wife, Julie, is 23. One thing not borrowed from real life is his ex-wife's character, Arnold claimed, adding that Roseanne is attempting to sue over the program's premise. Her lawyers declined comment. His TV ex and the real thing will be strikingly different, Arnold said. "We're talking with Sean Young about playing the ex-wife," he says, "and she looks nothing like Roseanne." Hagar rebuilding solo career LOS ANGELES — Getting dumped by Van Halen drove Sammy Hagar to r,e- build his solo career. The rock 'n' roll veteran is bouncing back with a new album and a concert tour. "I have to prove that there is life after Van Halen," Hagar said. "If they think they can bring anyone in to replace Sammy Hagar, they're making a big mistake." Hagar, who stepped in for original Van Halen singer David Lee Roth _ when he left the band in HAGAH 1985> was kicked out of the band last June in a bitter split. After recording a few new songs with Roth, Van Halen hired Gary Cherone, formerly of the band Extreme, as its lead singer. The 49-year-old Hagar admits the dismissal hurt a lot, sending him into a deep funk relieved only with the help of former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart. < "He said, 'You've got to get right back into it,'" Hagar said. "I'm not kidding, Mickey became like my coach. He shoved me into it, and we just started writing songs." Within two weeks of his firing, Hagar was working on his new album "Marching to Mars" and making plans for a tour with his new band. The album comes out Tuesday, the concert tour kicks off Friday in Davenport, Iowa. From Wire Service Reports T ADVICE Inability to recognize faces is common Dear Ann Landers: A while back, you wrote that anyone who reads your column regularly is sure to recognize him or herself sooner or later. How true! It happened to me when I read about people who have trouble recognizing faces, even those of friends and relatives, when encountered outside the usual setting. On March 2, my husband and I attended a Sunday school class taught by former President Jimmy Carter in Plains, Ga. It was at Maranatha Baptist Church. After an inspiring presentation by the former president, there was a five-minute recess. My husband and I decided it would be a good time to use the facilities. When we returned, a pretty woman and ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. a nice-looking gentleman were sitting in our seats. I was certain a couple of tourists had taken our choice, second-row seats since they appeared to be unoccupied. I explained that my husband and I were sitting in those seats. The woman didn't seem to comprehend. She just smiled. I tried to tell her we had left our prayer books on the seats to save them. At that moment, I felt a firm but loving arm moving me away. It was my red-faced husband. He whispered, "Honey, that woman is Rosalynn Carter, and we have been sitting in the Carters' seats the whole time." When I gathered my wits, I went back to Mrs. Carter and apologized. She was very gracious and said, "That's perfectly all right. I realize you didn't recognize me." Needless to say, 1 was very embarrassed. So, dear Ann, apparently I have the same problem as the reader who didn't recognize her next-door neighbor in the shopping mall. — R.F. from Plains TV TONIGHT Dear R.F.: Thank you for your willingness to share a story that must have caused you some embarrassment. You aren't alone. Keep reading: Dear Ann Landers: Thank you, thank you, thank you! I have lived many years thinking I'm the only person in the world who suffers from the inability to recognize people. I have a bachelor's and a master's degree. In college, I was able to point out things the professors missed. But I still thought I was a dumbbell because I could not remember who was who. I taught for many years and would memorize the names of students at their desks. It worked as long as they were in their seats, but come recess, I would be sunk. I am retired now and have been asked to run for office. I refused because I was sure, sooner or later, I would make a fool of myself because of my disability. I feel a lot better knowing I'm not alone. — E.S. in Racine, Wis. Dear Racine: You and a great many others. Thanks for writing. And now for a letter that should help even more: Dear Ann Landers: The reader who described an inability to recognize close friends might feel better if she knew that she has a medical problem known as prosopagnosia. This is a rare condition in which an individual cannot recognize faces and may have to depend on people's voices or the way they walk to identify them. ; Prosopagnosia is usually caused by bilateral lesions of the ventromesial occipi- totemporal regions or, in simpler terms, damage to the rear part of the brain. Sincerely _ Christopher Grote, Ph.D., assistant professor, Departments of Psychology and Neurological Sciences, Rush Medical College, Chicago Dear Dr. Grote: Thanks for a professional explanation that should reduce embarrassment all around. 5/18/97 | PBS, Bunker Hill-Hays Nature 78465 | NBC, Wichita (FOX, Wlchlta-Sallna Q Access 6, Sallna | CBS, Topeka | FOX, Kansas City ABC, Kansas City ABC, Wichita CBS, Wichita NBC, Kansas City Clnemax SUrzl I Discovery 1CNN Jf/x lAmer. Movie Classics JUS A Gentle Doctor rd Rock From the Sun 2437 Movie **» "The Odyssey" (1997), Greta Scacchi 2673 X-Files 39147 Sunflower Masterpiece Theatre 18050 10:00 10:30 News 9733876 Movie * * "The Golden Child" (1986) 32234 Seinfeld Movie * * "True Women" (1997) Dana Delany. 57963 News 7542708 Community Bulletin Board 104760 X-Files 71147 Nature 77789 Cape 6751944 B Odyssey QESPN News 51383 News 6537147 Sports Masterpiece Theatre 70876 SJESPN2 Newt 6949895 Movie * * "True Women" (1997) Dana Delany. 19789 National Geo. 564234 Roseanne Deep Space 9 News 6934963 News 9653418 Inside Edition Horn* Imp. "Butch Cauldy" 2508586 Movie * * * "Pretty Woman" (1990) Richard Gere, Julia Roberts. 700296 National GM. itov¥T¥alr Game" (1995) (CC) 970692 |Movle * * "The Crush" (1993) 469876 |"Nlaht of Man" 3065741 "Babe" QMS) James Cromwell. 5381128 Movie * *s "Eraser" (1996), James Caan (CC) 364296 Guide to T-Bex 916673 Impact 578437 Mode"*** "RaWnfl Munf W 8008789 World Today 558673 Movie"*** "The Four Musketow*" (1975) 349W Pacific Blue 554857 Silk Stalking* 563505 Seuss 747470 •Englishman Who Went Up a Hill" 5511234 I 3467505 Justice Files 915944 Color 2591296 Color 2668499 Sport* 374706 NBA 350128 Picket Fences 3719321 Movie * * * "The Film Flam Man" (1967) (CC) 382692 Silk Stalklngs 553128 Odd 283857 [Dick Van Dyke Newhart BobNewhart I MTV Real World jThB Nashville Network oFisht(R) | Comedy Central Movie "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" (1975) 8105215 Movie "Genttemn-BInd" Cont'd ITNT iCartoon Network 9 SCI HI M.A.N.T.I.S. 3995692 I Lifetime 9 CNBC I Encore Plus jThe Learning Channel I Fox Sports Network I Art* * Entertainment (Black Entertainment TV ]Unlvlslon I El Entertainment 1 Disney 1 Showtime Real World Back Rd. Adv. 8:00 Daria 745756 Roland Martin 8:30 Beavls 523401 Time Out (R) Flshin' 940609 'rlumphs GreatPreachrs {Common Sense 6095447 9:00 Movie 620499 Raceday Dr. Katz Pro. 9:30 Loveline 250654 Critic 3687234 In Touch 6190091 10:00 10:30 Dally Show News 1356586 Viva 8183925 GreatPreachrt Sportscenter (CC) 375302 Auto Racing RPM 6136741 Movie "Columbo: Sex and the Married Detective" 273505 [Remington Steele 252012 'reakazold! 2 Stupid Dogs Fllntttones Crocodile Hunter 64895 ToonHeads Avery 4027234 Flash 9077012 Robocop: The Series 9097876 Vets 65050 Vets 51857 Snow White Killers 60079 StMls and Deals 6994893 Rivera Live 2789011 How'd They Do That? 130147 Enid 110302 Ktrrlsdale Jurassic Park 149895 Movie * *»"Red Dawn" (1984) 4753586 0 Canada iocky-Bullwin Roger Ramjet Web 9090963 Crocodile Hunter 63166 Charles Grodln 6299645 Young Concert 367383 Jurassic Ride Making Trmntr College Baseball: Southeastern Conference Tournament Championship - Teams TBA 603925 Sink the Blsmarckl(R) 987321 America's Castles 907925 Paid 206654 {Paid 961079 Cimaralnfraganti 37741 Victoria Secret 196811 Lead Story I Bobby Jons* Gospel 616645 I Fead Children Pellcula "Basame" (1994) 57505 Movie * "The Silence of the Hams" (1994) 796055 Hidden 19216* How'd They Do That? 139418 Mysteries of the Bible 900012 Paid 262470 Paid 288418 Gossip 546352 Movie Cont'd [Movie "Young Again" (1987) (CC) 91431741 [Movie * * *>i "PlacesintheHearF(i964) 90903128 Movie "The Santa Clause" (1994) 75719532 HANNELS NOT LISTED: Court TV, fJBMSNBC, tte&i»'tmxx^&&s^g^&*^^^^*™~^ m ™' mnn ' m ~ >> °'

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