The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 14, 1988 · Page 32
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32 Saturday, May 14,1988 Entertainment The Salina Journal Briefly Goodland is host forAirshow '88 GOODLAND — Sky diving teams, aerobatic performers, military aircraft flight exhibitions and a display of World War II Warbirds will be featured at "Reunion Airshow "88." The second annual show is set for June 25 and 26 at Goodland. Jerry Van Kempen once again will be the narrator. In conjunction with the airshow, the city of Goodland, the Goodland Area Chamber of Commerce and VFW Post 1133 will sponsor a reunion of the 22nd Glider Training Detachment that received schooling at the Goodland Municipal Airport from May 1942 to August 1943. The Ong School of Aviation graduated nearly 300 glider pilots. Glider pilots and their families will register at the VFW, beginning June 24. A banquet and dance are planned that night, with the public welcome. The first airshow performance begins at 2 p.m. June 25. The Smoky Garden barbeque will be held that evening. On June 26, breakfast will be served for glider pilots and their families at the VFW, and the second airshow performance is set for 2 p.m. The gate will open at the Municipal Airport at 10 a.m. June 2b and 26. For more information and tickets, call the Chamber office at 899-7130. KOOD legislative series concludes BUNKER HILL — State Sen. Roy Ehrlich (R-Hoisington) and state Rep. J. Frank Buehler (R-Claflin) will be guest legislators on KOOD's concluding program of "The Kansas.Legislature." The monthly public affairs program covers the 1988 legislative session. The May edition will air live at 8 p.m. May 20, with viewer call- in welcome at 483-6990. Two members of the press will ask questions of the legislators. Arboretum to have open houses WAKEFIELD — The Kansas Landscape Arboretum will hold open house from 1 to 5 p.m. May 15,22 and 29. A short memorial service will be held at 2 p.m. May 29 in the Memorial Tree Walk. A large new map will show trees planted in it. Persons honored with a tree and the variety of the tree will be shown. There are more than 100 varieties of trees in the Memorial Walk Area. The Kansas Landscape Arboretum also has nature trails, a flower garden and an antique farm machinery exhibit. Marquee Salina movies Beetlejuice — Mid State Cinema, Rated PG Colors — Central Mall Cinema 4, Rated R Friday the 13th, Part VII, The New Blood—Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R Midnight Crossing — Sunset Plaza Cinema, Rated R My Best Friend is a Vampire — Mid State Cinema, Rated PG Police Academy 5 — Vogue Theater, Rated PG Return to Snowy River, Part H — Central Mall Cinema 4 (early show RENTALS Rent 1-99' movie & keep it 2 nights (good 7 days per week). Over 7,OOO Movies :| NINTENDO only), Rated PG Salsa — Central Mall Cinema 4 (late show only), Rated PG Shakedown — Central Mall Cinema 4, Rated R Sunset — Central Mall Cinema 4, Rated R Book rights go high NEW YORK (AP) — The latest book by suspense novelist Lawrence Sanders has been sold at auction for $2.85 million in a tug-of-war that involved eight publishing houses. The Putnam Publishing Group bought the hardback and paperback rights for "The Devil in the White House." Sanders' last contract also was with Putnam, for $1.2 million. He decided to hold an auction this time to test the market. $ 1.50 FOR TWO NIGHTS (Just 75* per night) Check with us weekly on our exciting new arrivals. DOWNTOWN NEWS & BOOKS CARROLL'S BOOKSTORE Open 7 Days A Week 24 Hour Drop Boxes Announces... FREE VIDEO DAY Every Wednesday rent one movie and get a 2nd of equal value or less for CAMCORDER RENTAL SPECIAL $ 22*° per day or S 40 for 2 days Limited Time WE RENT (Nintendo^ Control Decks and Games Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10-9 Fri. & Sat. 10-10 Sunday 1-7 1857 S. Ninth 827-7979 Blanche, We Made Reservations At The Brookville Hotel This Evening! Serving Begins At 5:00 P.M. Tuesday through Friday 4:00 P.M. Sat., 11:00 A.M. Sunday $2.00 OFF — Good for Two Adult Meals when arriving before 6 P.M. Tues. thru Sat. And 12 P.M. Sunday. $1.00 OFF All Other Serving Times Expires JUNE 16,1988 Call For Reservations 225-6666 RrookvillE Hotel ^J 5//VCC- / a 7 O A A m » m Rosanne Cash sees new life in country music ByLARRYNAGER Scrlpps Howard News Service Rosanne Cash has changed her tune about country music. In a 1985 interview she described country music as "a lot of ... MOR (middle-of-the-road) schlock. And, in that sense, country music is dying." But today — as the slick pop- country crowd has given way to "new .— —, ., m traditionalists" •'Tr** * like Randy Travis and r o c k- influenced singer- songwriters such I as herself — Cash "there's hope," she says. "There seems to be a lot of new life here. It's real refreshing." And new life isn't limited to the music scene. "I'm pregnant," she announced happily. "It's my third, Rodney's fourth. Our youngest is six years old, so we're ready for a baby." She and her husband, singer- songwriter-producer Rodney Crowell, have also just given birth to their first No. 1 country duet, "It's Such a Small World." She's happy, though, that Crowell's career as a solo is finally taking off, after a decade behind the scenes with Emmylou Harris and her own career. "He needs to be in his own spotlight," she said. "Why should he have to share it with me at this point?'' Crowell remains an important part of her production team, working on her most recent LP, "King's Record Shop." The cover, a hand-colored photo of Rosanne in front of the ' Louisville record store, was part of her Grammy-winning album package, an unusual win for a country LP. But Rosanne Cash isn't your typical country singer. She's managed to MOVIE HOTLINE 825-9105 JASON IS BACK. BUT THIS TIME SOMEONE'S WAITING. m /3 T PfKfJOL -THE HEW BLOOD BHIIIHIIIVQAimilAII Sunset (*5:00)-7:00-9:00 MATINEE SAT. & SUN. (*2:00) m JRYEDUNAWAY DANIELJ.TRAVANTI KIMCATTRALl JOHN LAUGHLIN and NED BEATTY IN A STORM OF DESIRE, DECEPTION AND MURDER... FOUR PEOPLE ARE ABOUT TO BE SWEPT AWAY. MIDNIGHT_ THERE'S NO TURNING BACK TONIGHT. Sunset (*5:15)-7:15-9:15 i) MATINEE SAT. & SUN. (*2:15) ASSIGNMENT MIAMI BEACH 5:00-7:00-9:00 MATINEE SAT. 2:00 More entertainment, page 31. escape the shadow of her-legendary father Johnny by creating her own sound, one that blends rock and country with her sensual voice and intensely personal songwriting. While she has hope for Nashville, her eclectic tastes have left her disenchanted with the state of pop radio in 1988. "I listen to all kinds of records that I never hear on the radio — Tom Waits, Concrete Blonde, John Hiatt. Why aren't these guys being played on the radio? Why Richard Marx all the time? It's so boring. Adults listen to music, too. I wish there would be some creative radio stations that would start up and do stuff like that." But until then, she said, "I play disc jockey in my own living room." She'll be doing that a lot when she quits touring at the end of May. She said she'll be taking it easy until the baby is born in early December. But a third child won't keep her off the road. She's writing songs for her next album and plans to tour in 1989. And she hopes to be doing it for a long time to come, inspired by the current crop of aging pop stars. 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