The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 6, 2001 · Page 8
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Salina, Kansas
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Friday, April 6, 2001
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A8 FRIDAY. APRIL 6, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Horoscopes By Joyce Jlllson Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-April 19). You'll forget the formalities and let your hair down. The more relaxed you are, the more you can achieve. Spend enough time with family so you aren't a stranger. There may be a chance to take political action for what you believe in. > 'TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A Ciappy discovery will l<eep you in the money Arrange meetings to Jet your ideas across. You possess the tools to go forward on the Job. A competitive friend has a shining moment In which your criticism holds a great deal of weight. ' • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Take advantage of your higher energy level, and have fun playing hard. Financial partnerships may be suffering from a subtle undercurrent of distrust. Ask questions, investigate, and keep a dally journal to clear your mind. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). You have a way of breaking through resistance, but you also know when lb take "no" for an answer. Something is planned to surprise you, so be prepared to change your schedule. If you give in to your mate's wiles, you will be sorry. : • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). The future is fast approaching, and you will be in charge of making it to the top. A book you're very Interested in reading will have the answers you seek. Focus iriore on giving good sen/ice rather than making big profits, •TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 6). it's a year worth talking abouti Your financial status sets a personal record. You'll find the right combination of investments, savings and advisors to make the most of these funds. Next month will bring special luck to athletes and models. A twist of fate in July could have you in the middle of a fairy-tale romancel Your best signs for love are Capricorn and Aquarius. Your lucky numbers are; 2, 5, 21,49 and 32. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). The more you know yourself, the Jess vulnerable you are to being led astray Life supports you when you are patient and sensitive to others' needs. Positive beliefs you carve into your consciousness will stick with you forever. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Follow through on a business plan " this Is no time to falter Rather than trying to merely get things done on time, see what you can do to get ahead of schedule. Tonight will be a good night to contemplate the deeper Issues of life. • • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Know your worth. The person who will hire you w/ll get a gem. Your first impression ot someone new is correct. Do something totally off the beaten path during the evening Jiours. Family problems will have a way of sorting themselves out. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). The only thing causing you pain Is your own negative thoughts, which you can change in an instant. You have power over your mind. Collect more Information before making decisions. Give yourself a makeover tonight. ' • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Thank the lucky stars for your "success In art, love and finance. Don't let seif-criticism and perfectionism spoil your day, not to mention your life. Your friends will become very important to you. Stay on good terms with the bankl • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Peb. 18). With so much restless, sexy energy buzzing around, socializing seems far more important than completing anything tedious. Many details can be worked out with technology Instead of manpower Visit your in-laws tonight. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Don't let popularity distract you from your career goals. You'll hold the purse strings after you prove you can handle minimal spending. Aggressive action is necessary for love. A future travel opportunity pl-esents itself through a new friend. Salina forecast Today Kansas today 6:58 p.m. High: 74 Low: 50 Mostly cloudy with a 70 percent chance of thunderstorms. Tonight, partly cloudy and very windy 6:06 a.m. Toda/s Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Saturday High: 75 Low: 47 Windy and mostly sunny In the evening, partly cloudy NEB. MO. Colby |72°/41° COLO. 1 .!5i !?l ?.l9J ,*Y ..IZ .?°/55.' Sallna Topoka 79°IS6'' J Liberal 73°/40° Wichita 88°/51° Pitt8burg|85°/61 OKU. ^ ^ ©2001 AcouWeather, Inc. Sunny Pi. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Sunday High: 74 Low: 53 Increasing cloudiness. U.S. today Monday High: 70 Low: 53 Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms- Tuesday High: 66 Low: 45 Partly cloudy. Salina data * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 75 62 92/2000 Low 53 36 6/1920 • High and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Thursday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Wednesday (24 hours) 0.00 April to date 0.00 Average April 2.76 Year to date 5.65 Average year through Apr. 6.68 Average year 30.43 30s COLO WARM O 2001 AccuWaalher, Inc. STATIONARY Pnum: ® ® Hlflh Low Showers H»ln T-tlornn Flurries Snow m m m ^ o )t Sunny Pt, Cloudy Cloudy Kansas data U.S. rorecasts HI LO PREC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanute 83 61 Albuquerque 67 45 CIr Miami Beach 80 68 CIdy Coffeyvllle 81 65 Anchorage 36 25 Snow Mpls-St Paul 51 36 CIdy Concordia 84 51 o.os Atlanta 72 66 CIdy New Orleans 85 71 PCIdy Dodge City 81 52 trace Baltimore 69 44 CIdy New York City 53- 43 Rain Emporia 80 51 0.01 Boston 46 37 Rain Oklahoma City 81 64 CIr Garden Clly 78 2 0.01 Charlotte.N.C. 70 62 CIdy Omaha 72 51 Rain Qoodland 63 44 0.03 Chicago 64 51 PCIdy Orlando 82 62 PCIdy Hill City 69 48 0.10 Dallas-Ft Worth 62 69 CIr Philadelphia 66 45 Rain Hutchinson 80 55 Denver 62 42 CIr Phoenix 65 51 CIdy Lawrence 80 57 Honolulu 84 72 PCIdy St Louis 83 65 PCIdy Manhattan BO 56 Houston 84 71 CIdy San Diego 62 51 PCIdy Russell N/A 50 0,02 Kansas City 79 66 CIr San Francisco 56 48 Rain Topeka 78 54 0.01 Las Vegas 65 47 CIdy Seattle 49 41 Rain Wichita 79 51 Los Angeles 65 50 PCIdy Washlngton.D.C. 69 47 CIdy KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE weather warnings, forecasts, radar • ADVICE People By The Associated Press The Associated Press Lance Armstrong, 29, and his 17-month-old son, Luke, play around at McKlnney Falls State Park In Austin, Texas, Monday during the filming of a commercial for the Bristol-IMy- ers Squibb Co. Armstrong $10 million man AUSTIN, Texas — Lance Armstrong is riding his Tour de France success to a considerable fortune. Armstrong's cycling contract, endorsements and speaking engagement fees earn him more than $10 million a year, the Austin American- Statesman reported Tuesday He earned $2 million in salary riding for the U.S. Postal Service team last year, and companies pay a minimum of $1 million to use him in their corporate campaigns. The 29-year-old two-time Tour champion's speaking fees range from $150,000 to $225,000. "We're doing probably three or four of those a year," said Armstr-ong's agent and lawyer, Bill Stapleton. "And we're probably turning down 10." • Armstrong's family sometimes gets into the act. On Monday, Armstrong and his 17-month- old son, Luke, shot a 60-second commercial for Bristol-Myers Squibb. The pharmaceutical company makes the chemotherapy drugs that helped Armstrong win his battle against cancer. Tliornton to cut country album LOS ANGELES — Actor-director Billy Bob Thornton says he's cutting a country album. "I'm not doing this as a hobby," Thornton said. "I really love music. And really care about it. I hope everybody listens to it in the right spirit. I mean, I wrote the songs right out of my gut." THORNTON Thornton, who directed and '""""^""N starred in 1996's "Sling Blade" and won an Oscar for writing the screenplay, said he's always been interested in music. He cast country singer Dwight Yoakam as an abusive boyfriend in "Sling Blade." Who says you can't put a price tag on friendship? Dear Ann Landers: I need an unbiased person with a good set of brains to help me sort this out. I've chosen you. A woman I work with ^ (we're very compatible friends) decided we should take our vacation together and go to Las Vegas and gamble, just for the heck of it. We saved all year, and each of us was able to get together $1,800 for the trip. We got discount travel rates by checking the Internet. After travel and hotel expenses, we had $400 left for gambling. "NeUie" and I had a terrific time, saw some great shows and ate like royalty. We stayed away from the craps tables, played a little blackjack and lost a few dollars, but not much. Then we went for the slot ma- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. 0 chines, which we both love. We each had $100 left and decided to play the $1 machines. By 2:30 a.m., we were tapped out, and all the money we had set aside for gambling was gone. Nellie started to walk back to our rooms. I then said, "I'm going to put one last doUar in and call it quits." I stepped over to the slot that Nellie had been feeding all night, put in a dollar, and lo and behold, I hit the jackpot. The money was falling all over the floor, and it seemed like an endless stream of silver dollars was coming out. I counted the total, and it came to $1,200. Nellie yelled, "You have to split that with me. I fed that machine all night!" I replied, "When you walked away it became MY machine. I don't owe you anything." She yelled, "What kind of a friend are you, anyway?" Well, Ann, I realized our relationship was at stake and decided to split my winnings with Nellie. I would like to know, was I a fool to do it. or was I morally obligated to share my winnings? Please tell me what you think. — Tess in Texas Dear Tess: When Nellie left the machine, she abandoned her claim to it. When you took over, all the losses and winnings belonged to you. You were extremely generous to share your winnings with your friend, although you had no obligation to do so. Were you a fool? No. You decided your friendship with Nellie was more important than the money — and that was very classy Dear Ann Landers: I carpool with several co-workers, and they are all OK people, but one passenger has a habit that drives me to distraction. He likes to hum, sing or whistle along with the tunes being played on the radio. I have asked this fellow to please stop doing this, and he does stop for a few minutes, but then he starts up again. He says he "can't help himself." When I am the driver, I can turn off the radio, which eliminates the singing, but it also prevents me from enjoying the music. Of course, when I'm in someone else's car, I can't very weU ask them to turn off the radio and stop singing. I don't want to lose a friend over this, but how much should I have to tolerate? Is there some particular rule of etiquette that covers this situation? Please help me, Ann. I'm not dealing with it very well. — Irritated in Illinois Dear Illinois: When you are riding in someone else's car, you must respect the driver's wishes regarding singing, humming and whistling, and if you are asked to refrain from any of the above, you should do so. However, when you are in your own car, you can scream, whistle, hum, sing or yell to your heart's content, and if your passengers don't like it, well, too darned bad. Let 'em take the bus. " Write to Ann Landers at P.O. Box 115^2, Chicago, IL 60611. 5 TV TONIGHT 4/6/01 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 OPBS, B.H.-Hays Wash. Week Wall SL 8235 Market 2186 Kansas 1693 Great Performances 86815 Bailyklssangel 89902 Martial Law 561877 Auto Racing World of Outlaws: Texas Shootout. (CC) 574341 Monster Jam (h J) 560148 ^ BNBC, Wichita Dateline 85525 Law & Order 9525 News 3564612 Tonight Show @ Com. Central Movie ** "8 Heads In a Duffel Bag" (1997) 2837525 Reel Comedy Saturday Night Live 1654148 SNL 6210099 ' aFOX,Wlc.-Sal. Police Videos 18065 Lone Gunmen 80235 ' StarTrek; Voyager 18029 StarTrek: Next Gener, 68506 B3 Nickelodeon Rugrats Oddparents Invader ZIm Rocket 996166 SsCo 861051 SsCo 465780 All In Family All in Family" BWB,Wlclilta Sabrlna 68964 Popstars 595051 Nikki63419 Blind Date 48273 MASH 24780 Married 40728 ^ESPN NHL Hockey Washington Capitals at Buffalo Sabres. (Live) (CC) 6 76709 Sportscenter (C ;C) 964612 B Access 6, Sal. Hour of Power 43231 ArU 94411 Volunteers Jesus 70728 Flyers 56148 SIESPN2 Basketball 6095457 Boxing Friday Night Fights ~ Mbulelo Botlle vs. Frankle Toledo, (C :) 9198815 NHL 7556070, QWGN Movie **"He 0 and the Terror" (1988) 163419 News 282983 Heat of Night 285070 GQ Family Chan. Danger. Magic 205506 Scariest Places 214254 Early Edition 294490 700 Club 204877 BPBS,Wlc.-Hut. Wash. Week Wall St. 2849 Kansas 5362 Kansas 9457 Group 94439 Market 76083 Egg 65896 News 74544 CD TNT Movie * * * "Wag the Dog" (1997), Anne Heche 523877 Movie ***"WagtheDog"(1 997), Anne Heche 566322 QABC, Kan. City Two Guys-GIrl Norm 38235 Be a Millionaire 73983 20/2060419 News 2068083 Seinfeld GBCart. Network Cartoon Cartoons 5313709 Johnny Bravo Johnny Bravo Johnny Bravo Johnny Bravo ToonHeads Bob Clampett fSJABCWIctilta Two Guys-GIrl Norm 6877 ' Be a Millionaire 64693 20/20 84457 News 1960902 Nightiine EBSCI Fi Invisible Man 1744506 Farscape 1753254 Outer Limits 1733490 im/lsibleManI 743877 19 CBS, Wichita Diagnosis Murder 73341 Fugitive 59761 Nash Bridges 79525 News 1955070 Masters EQAP WiidSet 22790 WlidSet 62815 Animals 23438 Animals 35273 Animal 84525 Animal 50631 WlldSet 11254 WlldSet 20902 fS CBS, Topeka Diagnosis Murder 12867 Fugitive 11525 Nash Bridges 91761 News 8828419 Late Show GQ Lifetime Figure Skating: Junior 226099 Movie **» "The Cutting Edge" (1992) (CC) 221544 Division 200051 iQ Encore Movie ** "Simpatico" (1999) Nick Nolle. (CC) 1054148 Movie •*» "Sudden Impact" 1983) (00)3228709 GBUSA Nash Bridges 134419 Golf The Masters - Second Round, 157964 fS Showtime Movie *s "The Next Beat Thing" (2000) (CC) 927341 Stargate SG-1 Stargate SG-1 66502186 Red Shoe EE) CNBC National Geographic Explorer 1383148 Brian Williams 1041438 National Geo. 6643612 '' fQHBO Movie *» "Big Daddy" (1999) 420896 Movie ** "The Principal" (1987) James Belushi.439419 Dennis 117877 EO Encore Plus Avengers 967709 Movie * *»"The Drowning Pool" (1975) (CC) 970273 "Black Light" (1998) 1819254., fQcinemax Movie Cont'd Movie *» "Lake Placid" (1999) 812728 Movie * * * "Strange Days" (1995) (CC) 706254 STLC Caught in the Act 589273 Detectives of the Deep 565693 Ghosto of the Deep 585457 Caught In the Act 588544 ' iSstarzl Movie AH "Bulletproof" (1996) 2498419 Movie * * * "High Fidelity" (2000) John Cusack. 8523273 1194506 Fox Sports NBA 556524 Wooden Award 648186 - You-SeeThlsl Total NASCAR Sporte 653457 You-SeeThisI UstWord ^Discovery Martial ArU:Ct Una(N)509709 U.S. Navy SEAU 518457 U.S. Army Ranger (N) 598693 1Justice Files 591780 EQA&E Biography 594877 Behind Closed Doors 503525 Polrot 583761 Law sorter 593148 ; @CNN Blltzer 494970 Point 783709 Larry King Live 158099 CNNTonight [Spin Room jsporte 380761 'Moneyiine SBET Movie "Fire and Ice" (2001) Lark Voorhies. Premiere. 716525 Comlcvlew 802761 BET News , BETTonight @WTBS Major League Baseball: Braves at Marlins 861815 Movie * * "Dumb & Dumber" (1994) 87962273 @Unl vision AbrizameMuy Fuerte 28457 MIDestIno EresTii 54867 Estamos Unid, Lente Loco P. Impacto NotlcleroUnlv. M'A'S'H M'A'S'H Married... With iMarried... With ToughmanWId. 3212148 XShow Color 2275457 SSAIUC Movie *** "The Other" (1972) Uta Hagen. 12231148 Cinema Movle"TheWolf Man" (1941) (C C)357693 Bl Odyssey Medicine Woman 7383065 Movie "Reason for Living: The Jill Ireland Story" 1783821 Rescue 911 Americal ^Disney Movie "Life Size" (CC) Cont'd Movie "Horse Sense" (1999) Joey Uwrence. 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