The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 7, 2001 · Page 32
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Salina, Kansas
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D8 SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Hoposcopes By Joyce Jillson Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Love takes you up on an exciting challenge, leading to a closer, more committed relationship. Consider working with a partner on a project you previously deemed a "solo" effort. Your answer will put a sibling on the right track. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Handle questions about finances now, when you have the upper hand. Don't skimp on work. By doing well, you'll get a promotion. Stop following the crowd, and branch out. Forget doomsayers — you'll buck unfavorable economic trends. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). An unbelievable offer is quite real. Communication with a teen will Improve with time; be patient. Couples will clash over small issues, but will agree about what really matters. If you try tonight, it will be easy to break an old habit. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Juggle your responsibilities to accommodate a new love. Try to live in the real world, though your dreams strongly appeal to you. Paying more attention to your appearance will Increase your chance to win someone over. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You'll make progress on the romantic front by affirming to yourself that you deserve the mate of your dreams. You are likely to travel to a distant and exotic country. Plan your trip carefully because you may hit a few snags on the way. •TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 7). Strife will turn into luck this year. You are deciding if certain relationships are right for the long haul. These questions will bring on surprise events that may solidify commitments by the end of the month. June will bring in a new job. Keep a written record of social appointments in August — there is a lot to stay on top of. Your best signs for love are Virgo or Aquarius. You lucky numbers are: 5, 29,13, 53 and 9. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Keep track of your financial goals. A female friend will help you puii creative projects together. On the job, new concepts might take you a minute to figure out, but you will be able to apply them in several areas. You'll impress your peers. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Your hot idea will work, so don't be afraid to get your feet wet. Try not to censor youngsters, even if you know they are crass. Virgo Is your luckiest partner both in love and business. If you're buying a gift, don't pay more than you can afford. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Work on saying exactly what you mean. You can't expect others to deliver excellent work if your assignment was not well- presented. Make time for your hobbies. A persistent admirer will get your attention sooner or later. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You have the snappy comeback if you need it. Counter every negative thought with a positive affirmation. There's no use in thinking you can attain security outside yourself. The greatest security Is your ability to connect with others. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). You'll find out if you have the right stuff when you decide to take action. Standards you set now will be followed by your family members and co-workers. An unspoken wish is granted. Don't forget to give thanks to the stars above. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Expand your career options. Go places where you will meet well- informed and insightful contacts. Subtle communication is lost, so ask directly for what you want. Married couples will collaborate to meet financial goals and succeed. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You just may fail in love with someone who fits the picture perfectly, so make sure the picture is a good onel Investigate a sale or purchase of a new home. Monetary donations are helpful, but it's good to get personally involved. Salina forecast Today Kansas t( ..M,-^, High: 77 Low: 50 Mostly sunny and windy. Tonight, partly cloudy. 6:59 p.m. 6:05 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Sunday High: 77 Low: 53 Partly cloudy and breezy In the evening, mostly cloudy. Monday mm COLO. Liberal 72°/40° O - O- OKU. Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Stiowers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow High: 73 Low: 52 Partly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. U.S. today Tuesday High: 78 Low: 53 Partly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Wednesday High: 73 Low: 52 Partly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Salina data * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 72 65 89/1954 Low 58 37 17/1936 • High and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Friday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Thursday (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 30.43 508 60s FRONTS: 80s 80s WARM STATIONARY O2001 AccuWeather, Inc. Pressure; High Low ShDwors Rain T-atorirn Flurries Snow Ics Sunny (^.Cloudy Cloudy m m m mm 0 Kansas data U.S. forecasts HI LO PHEC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanute 78 68 Albuquerque 67 35 PCldy Miami Beach 82 70 PCldy CoffBVVlllB 79 69 Tr Anchorage 40 28 CIdy Mpls-St Paul 49 43 Rain Concordia 71 55 .Tr Atlanta 81 60 PCldy New Orleans 85 66 PCldy Dodqe City 69 61 .01 Baltimore 62 57 CIdy New York City 49 44 CIdy Emporia 75 68 Boston 42 35 CIdy OKIahoma City 79 58 CIr Garden City 75 49 .17 Charlotte.N.C. 85 57 CIr Omaha 68 54 CIr Goodland 75 43 .07 Chicago 78 53 CIr Orlando 85 61 PCldy Hill City 72 49 .66 Dallas-Ft Worth 82 65 PCldy Philadelphia 60 52 CIdy Hutchinson 73 87 Tr Denver 58 35 CIr Phoenix 70 50 PCldy Lawrence 75 61 Honolulu 82 70 PCldy SI Louis 80 63 CIr Manhattan 76 61 Tr Houston 83 69 CIdy San Diego 58 52 Rain Russell N/A N/A Kansas City 72 56 CI San Francisco 53 44 Rain Topeka 74 59 Las Vegas 58 49 Rain Seattle 49 37 Rain Wichita 74 68 Los Angeles 58 50 Rain Washlngton.D.C. 63 57 CIdy KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-505-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE weather warnings, forecasts, radar T ADVICE People By The Associated Press Theron learning to trust instincts NEW YORK — Charlize Theron made a bunch of movies that have come out in the past year. Then she went to the beach to chill. The actress says she needed time to hang out with her mother and her friends in Los Angeles and reflect on the stress of being famous. "I asked my mom, I said, 'You know, I'm starting to realize that I won't know how to deal with this,' " Theron told Esquire mag- TucDnw azine for its May issue. "And my TntRON mom said, 'It's like back in the day when women were having babies, and nobody said, "Here, this is how you take care of the baby" You just have to trust your instincts.' " Since last year, the 25-year-old actress has appeared in "Reindeer Games," "The Yards," "The Legend of Bagger Vance," "Men of Honor," "15 Minutes" and "Sweet November." Theron co-stars next in "Wakin' Up in Reno" with Billy Bob Thornton and Patrick Swayze, which is scheduled for release in September. Roundtree raises money at gala SAN PABLO, Calif. — Richard Roundtree, best known for his title role as the tall, stylish detective in the original 1971 movie "Shaft," raised money for breast cancer research at a gala event. Roundtree, who survived his own recent bout with breast cancer, told the crowd at Doctors Medical Center Thursday night to practice "safe health" by eating a healthy low-fat diet, exercising and having regular checkup. "Cancer can be preventable and certainly in my case treatable," Roundtree told the crowd. The 58-year-old actor noticed a lump in his breast in 1993 and was diagnosed shortly afterward. He said men in particular have a tendency not to take health matters seriously "Ladies, stay on top of your man to see the doctor. We hate to admit we're vulnerable," he said. The Queen is just a regular gal NEW YORK — Aretha Franklin may be a diva, but she doesn't live like one. The Queen of Soul says a typical day at home in her native Detroit includes watching television and doing daily tasks. "I get up and have my breakfast, do some other little necessaries for others, and CNN, I like a lot.... And I watch my soaps," Franklin, a fan of "The Young and the Restless," told the Associated Press. She recently watched the TV miniseries "Life With Judy Garland: Me and My Shadows," pro- ^HAN^UN duced by Garland's daughter, Lorna Luft. "I thought it was very informative — maybe perhaps more of the well-rounded picture of who Judy Garland really was," she said. Franklin said she'd like to see her life given the same treatment. "Oh, we will see the Aretha Franklin telefilm, if not miniseries," said Franklin, who added that Natalie Cole could be a good choice to play her. • Hints help get letters, packages to their destination^ Dear Ann Landers: I work at one of the U.S. Post Office Remote Encoding Centers. We try to decipher mail that the scanners aren't able to process. Now that the holidays are well behind us, it would be helpful if you would remind people what they should and should not do when addressing mail. Maybe next year, their letters and packages will reach their destinations. 1. If you aren't sure of a state's abbreviation, there is a list in your local telephone directory. I have seen a lot of mail directed to Little Rock, AK (Alaska), instead of AR (Arkansas). 2. Use the full name of the city The scanners don't recognize city abbreviations, and many times, we humans do not ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. know which city you mean. There are seven different designations in Washington state that begin with "Sea." 3. If possible, please type your envelopes. If not, print in block, capital letters — legibly. 4. Please don't use those preprinted, tiny gummed labels to address an envelope. The print is too small to read. 5. Don't draw cute little pictures on the envelope. It makes it really hard to find the address. 6. Always include your return address — even on postcards. (And you wonder why Aunt Mary never said anything about your trip to Bora Bora.) 7. Businesses should put their return address in the upper left-hand corner of the envelope. Many of them have the address going down the side or at an angle. The machines cannot read those, and sometimes, neither can I. 8. Many wedding and party invitations have fancy, italicized lettering. Please choose patterns that are easy to read. Many times a "3" looks like an "8," a "5" resembles a "6," and "1" and "7" are indistinguishable. 9. Use those zip codes. The nine-digit code is best and wiU get your mail to its destination quicker. Thanks, Ann, for helping us get the word out. — Bleary-Eyed in PDX Dear PDX: Here's your letter I hope it helps. And now, if you don't mind letting me say a few words on your dime, here are a few requests from ME: Dear Readers: Please do not send letters written in white ink on dark blue, purple or black stationery White ink often flakes, and I can't read half of what you have written. Please do not enclose sticks of gum, pieces of candy or samples of your hair, asking if I think the dye job looks natural. I do not eat any food that comes taped to letters, and I cannot judge hair color from the samples. Please do not send me one-of-a-kind photographs of your baby, your dog, your cat or your parents, and ask me to return them. It is too great a responsibility. Send only photos I don't have to worry about. Thank you, dear readers, for paying attention to all of the above. You will have made my work a lot easier Dear Readers: The following appeared in the Prairie Rambler and was my Laugh for the Day Maybe it will be yours: An AP release from Jefferson City, Mo., tells of a state agency that records causes of death. It recorded the following: "Went to bed feeling well, but woke up dead." Another said, "Died suddenly of nothing serious." And finally: "Cause of death unknown. He never had been seriously ill before." Write to Ann Landers at P.O. Box 11562, Chicago. IL 60611. TV TONIGHT 4/7/01 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 QPBS, B .H.-Hays Lawrence Welk Show 47031 Keep Up 9216 Red Green Movie *** "Victor/Victoria" (1982) 5945262 B)TNN Opry Bkstge. Opry 606587 Auto Racing ASA Challenge Series. (Live) 473378 Opry Bkstge. B NBC, Wichita XFL Football San Francisco Demons at Los Angeles Xtreme. (Live) (CC) 695939 News 78668 SNL 98303 @Com. Central Movie ** "P.C.U." (1994) Jeremy Piven, 2731397 South 3138991 Man Show Battlebots Battlebote aFOX ,Wlc.-Sal. Cops 86668 Cops 18/66 America's Most Wanted 39823 StargateSG-1 22587 Mad TV 25674 S Nickelodeon Spongeb Amanda Eddie 504194 AilThat 696129 3sCo 620133 3sCo 290649 All In Family All in Family BWB, Wichita MASH 17552 MASH 49649 Baywatch Hawaii 84397 Movie "Strictly Business" (1991) 87484 @ESPN College Hockey: NCAA Championship ~ B.C. vs. N.D. 732113 BaseballTonight(N) 120281 Sport8center (CC) 130668 Q Access 6, Sal. Israel: On the Road 73649 Rubbish 9674 Antique 5281 Salina Grad. 62533 Oh Sayl 65620 @ESPN2 Major League Soccer: Fire at Crew 7845804 Drag Racing: NHRA SummitRacing.Com Qual. 8598587 NHL 7450842 BWGN Movie *» "King Solomon's Mines" (1985) 588397 News 674533 Tales-Darkslde 439842 GE) Family Chan. Movie "The 'Burbs" Cont'd Movie * *»"My Blue Heaven" (1990) 771151 "Man-2 Brains" 394939 QPBS ,Wlc.-Hut. Lawrence Welk Show 64945 Austin City Limits 77465 Red Dwarf Robot 20533 Movie "The Bigamist" 44649 ED TNT Movie *** "The American President" (1995) Michael Douglas. 756113 Movie "Murder at 1600" (1997) 8672649 QABC , Kan. City Movie "Apollo 13" (1995) Based on the true story of the ill-fated 1970 moon mission. 876303 News 6363295 Seinfeld EBcart. Network Movie "Daffy-Quckbslr" Cont'd Acme Hour 5212026 Bullwlnkle Dudley fS) ABC, Wichita Movie "Apollo 13" (1995) Based on the true story of the ill-fated 1970 moon mission. 877571 News 1937674 Seinfeld GBsci Fl Movie "Star Trek IV" Cont'd First Wave 1657026 Jules Verne 1637262 Black Scorpion 1647649 19 CBS, Wichita That's Life 56259 Kate Brasher 15649 District 28113 News 1859842 Carey 6185668 GQAP Natural World 64571 Making Animal Babies 40991 Koala Miracle 60755 Natural World 63842 IB CBS, Topeka That's Life 51465 Kate Brasher 60113 District 57649 News 8715991 Andromeda GQ Lifetime Movie "About Sarah" (1998) Kellie Martin. 391259 Beyond Chance 109303 Once and Again 626002 [Q Encore Movie *** "Sommersby" (1993) Richard Gere. 1941620 Movie * * * "Allen 3" (1992) Sigourney Weaver. 3115281 GBUSA Movie * * IS "Attila" (2001) The story of one of history's most famous warriors. (CC) Cont'd Silk Stalklngs 301194 fS Showtime Movie *s "3 Strikes" (2000) 990084 Extras 222113 Movie *« "Foolish" (1999) (CC) 689484 Resuh'ectlon GEICNBC National Geographic Explorer 1270620 Tim Russert 1938910 National Geo. 6547484 fQHBO Movle"Where Heart Is" Cont'd Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band (N) 113991 Real Sex 26: Lessons 132026 ED Encore Plus Movie "Wlnner-Oults"Confd "1 Know My First Name Is Steven" 6805587 |"i Know My First Name is Steven" 62923552 fQcinemax Movie *» "Bad Company" (1994) Ellen Barkin. 591277 Movie "The Collectors" (1999) (CC) 379620 Passion Cove EBTLC Secret World 971823 Private Eye 980571 Chaos In the Air (N) 977007 Secret World 970194 Olstarzl "The Fllntstones In Viva Rock Vegas" 6370945 Movie * * "Bicentennial Man" (1999) Robin Wfiiliams, Sam Neili. 70922571 ^ Fox Sports Preps 425194 Preps 140991 NBA Basketball Vancouver Grizzlies at Denver Nuggets. (Live) 10^ 1216 You-SeeThisI ^Discovery Crash Landing 771939 Pile-Up 853587 Justice Files 760823 New Detectives 763910 @A&E Biography 766007 MIdsomer Murders 779571 100 Centre Stre et765378 ^CNN CNN Tonight Take Five Urry King Weekend 499303 CNN Tonight Capital 838823 Sport8Tonight (CC) 316026 BQBET RapCityTop10 2387SS Comlcvlew 310303 BET Live 234939 "Mississippi Masala" 644804 @WTBS Malor League Baseball: Braves at Marlins 910939 Movie **• "Dirty Harry" (1971) Clint Eastwood. 496216 ^Unlvlslon SdbadoGlgante 471281 Fuera 46216 Notlclero Univ. Qgjf/x Major League Baseball Seattle Mariners at Texas Rangers. (Live) 9196755 TralnWrecksUCC) 3119007 SSAMC Movie "FlyingTigers" (1942), Anna Lee 12128620 Movie "The Return of Co intYoiga" (1971) 210858 Bl Odyssey Movie ***"Joseph"(1995) BenKIngsley.9636736 Gaither Home 4737741 Wind at My Back 2038718 Gg) Disney Movie "QulnU" (2000) Cont'd * * "Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves" 29171552 Even 893787 Lizzie 306620 Hoops 322668 @MTV Rock N'Jock 105587 True Life 171197 Contests Andy Dick Fear104BS8 @EI What is a Producer? 950945 True Hollywood Story 867281 Wild On 959216 CHANNELS NOT LISTED: fflPrevue, jaEducatlon Access, BaGovernment Access, HI Weather Channel, 03 Headline News, ©Home Shopping Network, gQQVC SVH-1, EB^aTVI, EB court TV, EBMSNBC, @Home & Garden, g) Knowledge TV, EBFOX News, SpThe Food Network, BBAmerlca's Jewelry Store, EacSPAN, ~ TCI FYI, ® CSR|N2 ^Country Music Television, d "Pay Per View, fflPlayboy '

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