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f^E SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, APRIL 16, 2001 Hopogcopeg By Joyce Jlllson Weators Syndicate Inc. ™. ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Be precise about what you need. Cooperation will come when others see how committed you are to a project. Assess the needs of a relative who Is embarrassed to admit a problem. The evening will be extremely enjoyable. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Is jljere room on your plate for another project? Another one Is on its way, and It's Important, which may take priority over everything else on your list. Tonight, stay home and watch the tube. Let others come to you. A Cancer can help. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Legal matters can be dispatched with minimal red tape. Your neighbors are in the big picture. Property repairs will add value to your home. Gel Involved with groups who share, your Interests. A fellow Gemini makes a great companion. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Express your emotions. Give yourself time where a sorrow or disappointment is concerned -your view of It will change. Increase the amount of time you allocate to a hobby or collection, because It Is Important for your mental health. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Waking up Is difficult, but you'll feel much better by lunchtlme. Be forgiving of yourself for past errors. Something you lost is haunting you. Don't dwell on It because it will never again return. Take a hint from a Scorpio. He or she Is knowledgeable. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 16). The foundation is laid, and you'll begin work on the structure of the biggest project of your life. Yes, you've set a high goal, but the stars are with you. Your creative freedom makes summer a time to develop personal power. A new love Interest will enter your life In July, and he or ihe will be willing to stick around for ttie ridel Your best sign for love Is a Capricorn. Your lucky numbers are: 2, 6, 8,12 and 38. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Clear the field for action later in the week. File, organize, clean and repair your home. Ask yourself if the car needs a maintenance check. Time will take care of a- bewildering emotional wound. Make specific requests at work. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Pay attention to an individual you've taken for granted In the past. Be aware of the impression you're making on others. You may be surprised to find you've won a tcompetition you didn't realize you 'were In. Your modesty will shine. ' "'SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). 'A.Capricorn authority figure has plans for your advancement, biit do you want to pay the price? Obsessing over a situation you can't control won't do you any good. Try to communicate with a close family member. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Tax matters will consume a large portion of your time and energy There is much to learn from financial experts. Reply quickly to correspondence. Exercise tonight. A long walk is stimulating, as well as healthy .• CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Plans for the near future need revising. Circumstances keep changing, • and events keep interfering with your plans. Don't sweat the small stuff. For the evening, let your mate, friend or partner make the plans. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). With the nest all feathered, you're ready for a visit from someone very special. Don't withdraw from Intimate moments. You won't lose your freedom If you speak honestly to the one you love. Be compassionate, too. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Dot all Is and cross all Ts in the final stages of a negotiation, and leave no loophole or possibility for confusion. There is no need to worry about whether you should trust your mate if everything was clearly laid out from the start. Salina forecast Today High: 50 Low: 28 Cloudy and cooler with a 20 percent chance of rain showers. Tonight, clearing. 8:08 p.m. 6:51 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Tuesday Kansas High: 55 Low: 35 Partly cloudy. Wednesday High: 68 Low: 39 Partly cloudy and warmer. U.S.today Thursday High: 70 Low: 42 Partly cloudy. Friday High: 72 Low: 48 Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Salina data * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 65 68 92/1896 Low 44 43 23/1936 • High and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Sunday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Saturday (24 hours) 0.45 April to date 2.41 Average April 2.76 Year to date 8.06 Average year through April 6.68 Average year 30.43 WARM (S 2001 AccuWeather, Inc. T —y STATIONARY PnsBun; (H) (L) El3 High Low Showers Rain T-storm» Flurries Snow m m m Q Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Kansas data U.S. forecasts HI LO PREC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanule 68 52 Albuquerque 78 44 CIr Miami Beach 87 69 PCIdy CoHeyvlllB 69 51 .53 Anchorage 44 30 Snow Mpis-St Paul 35 24 Cidy Concordia 63 41 Atlanta 71 53 Cir New Orleans 81 67 Cir Dodge City 62 43 .24 Baltimore 58 49 Rain New York City 49 45 Cidy Emporia 66 46 .40 Boston 47 35 Cidy Oklahoma City 64 48 PCIdy Garden City 62 41 Chariotte.N.C. 74 48 Cir Omaha 45 31 Cir Goodland 59 34 Chicago 44 38 Snow Orlando 85 66 PCidy Hill City 63 42 Daiias-Ft Worth 76 55 CIdy Philadelphia S3 46 Rain Hutchinson 67 45 1.06 Denver 45 33 Cidy Phoenix 93 62 Cir Lawrence 65 44 .82 Honolulu 84 67 Cir St Louis 52 40 Cidy Manhattan 65 42 Houston 83 64 PCidy San Diego 67 51 Cir Russell 63 44 Kansas City 46 37 Cidy San Francisco 64 45 Cir Topel<a 65 45 1.19 Las Vegas 85 54 CIr Seattle 59 46 Cidy Wichita 65 45 .85 Los Angeles 75 51 Cir Washington.D.C. 58 49 Rain KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE vvww.nws.noaa.gov weather warnings, forecasts, radar People By The Associated Press Eagles fly again for MS concert ADDISON, Texas — The Eagles' Don Henloy h''. rounded up members of the band to raise moni.y t > combat multiple sclerosis. Henley will perform Saturdn, with Glenn Frey, Joe Walsh and Timothy B. Schmidt at an event lo raise money for researchor.s at lln! University of Texas Southwesiein Medical Center-Dallas. Also performing will be rornK;- Fleetwood Mac vocalist Sd.vi'^ Nicks and country star Tri: lia HENLEY Yearwood. Organizers liopc ID raise $1 million in part from ticket sales fiom \\v: sold-out.event. In addition, Eagles fans will bo abl • to bid for the chance to join the band in EUIOIH .' <iiii ing an upcoming summer tour Actor Ed Begley Jr. will host the evening's 1 (1;!' ities. Model heels-over-head for y^;< NEW YORK — Supermodel Christy Tutlini.l ;,i says that while she takes yoga seriously, she s 1 ; py that millions of less orthodox followcf.s arc lu. ing a shme to the ancient tradition. "I have friends who simply want to have a yoga butt," Turlington teUs Time magazine in its issue on newstands today "And there is such a thing. They're just interested in the kind of body they're going to have, although not everybody's going to have a Madonna body I've been to lots of yoga classes, and tlujic . a lot of diferent kinds of yoga bodies." Turlington, who began the practice when s was a teen-ager and now studies six branches ol ; ga, says she's not at all critical of the popular e.ser- cise-oriented yoga boom. Her favorite position, sii. says, is the headstand. "If you get up in the morning and do a lietuislai 1. 1 right away, you definitely get the juices llowin;;," Turlington says. TURL![\!(. Tub is post-prison stop for 'Sugt^' NEW YORK — Marion "Suge" Knight, the nirj; timillionaire rap mogul, says his first stop alt *ji- serving a five-year prison stint will be a hot tubj "The first thing that I'm gonna do when 1 j^i.-l i iv l of here is take an hour-long bath," says Kn Igh t, i; founder of the rap label Death Row Records. Tii sick of showers." Newsweek reports in its April 16 issue lli'n Knight will be released within the next lew (l.i> s from Mule Creek State Prison near Sacranienl o ;i! ter serving five years of a nine-year sent( nc' M. assault-related charges. He is scheduled to ; iv. up to two months in a halfway house or wo; 1; i c lease program and should be home by niid.uini men "Then, I'm going to get me a double cheesebmi; er and some chili-cheese fries. I've been tliinkiii:; about them ... for five years," says Knisdii, \^\^': produced platinum records by the late rap:' ': pac Shakur, whose just-released "Until the Kiul o Time" hit No. 1 its first week in stores. T ADVICE Ann's preference is to avoid the use of 'fimny unc Dear Readers: This wiU be a landmark column — the last in which I refer to "funny uncles." A few weeks ago, I cautioned that letting children run around naked in front of others was inappropriate. I said, "Children should be covered in case there's a 'funny uncle' around." More than a himdred uncles who spend time on a regular basis with their nieces and nephews have let me know they were highly insulted and that there is. nothing "funny" about them. Also, several readers advised me that the problem is not gender-specific— that there are at least as many "funny aunts" out there. So, dear readers, I shall choose my words with more caution. And now, here's another gentle clobber on a different subject: ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. Dear Ann Landers: Thank you for your recent column on gay children being told by their parents, "We know, and it's OK with us." You have enlightened millions of people on this subject. However, will you please stop using the phrase "sexual preference"? To give the impression that we prefer partners of the same sex is not accurate. It implies that we have a choice. This is not a preference. This is the way we were born.—Terry in Dallas Dear Terry: I no longer use the phrase "sexual preference," although many of my readers continue to do so. I prefer "sexual orientation." This is a subject about which there still is entirely too much ignorance. It's high time we discarded the prejudices and let some sunshine in. And now comes a letter that, if heeded, could save some overly optimistic women a ton of trouble: Dear Ann Landers: Please teU your women readers who are considermg marriage to a gay male, in the hope of "straight­ ening him out," that it will not work. I know, because I went down that path. It leads nowhere except to pain and trouble. Males who go both ways almost always prefer members of theur own sex. Marriage win not make them "normal." Even marriage and children wUl not make them straight, although many of these men make a genuine effort. I hope you can get this message across, Ann, because too many lives have been ruined by people who believe they can beat the odds. WeU, take the word of someone who knows from experience. It cannot be done. — Anonymous in California Dear California: Thanks for your words of wisdom. No one can tell a story more convincingly than someone who has "been there," and you certainly have. Dear Ann Landers: I have been married to "Rusty" for 30 years, and we have two teen-age children. About halfway through our marriage. Rusty began to suffer from se­ vere depression, which was not dia^nosi'ii until eight months ago. Our children and I lived in misery with him all those years, and there is a lot of resentment and liurt (r^.;i' the way he treated us. Rusty is on medication now and is act in:; like a human again. However, the rest ot iis are having a hard time forgiving liini, I ie made us suffer enormously yet he seems to think we should just forget about it. Well, wr cannot get over it that easily Can you li^lp us? — Stm Suffering in the South Dear Suffering: You sufferers need tiiei apy to get over your anger Nothing will change until you get counseling, Depressi-".! people can be mean and difficult to 1 i ve w i tl i. You have been through the worst of it. aiii! now, it is time to rejoice in Rusty's reeovi r> Instead of thinking of ways to punish liin; for the way he treated you, he!]) liirn aii.i yourselves by putting the past behind you. Write to Ann Landers at P.O. Box. I ii >(ir. Chicago, IL 60611. TV TONIGHT 4/16/01 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 Antiques Roadshow 46245 American Experience 55993 Alfred Stleglltz:The Eloquent Eye 16516 Red Green BITNN Miami Vice 250719 WWF Raw (CC) 163239 WWF War Zone (CC) 8078326 Bull Riding 3566644 • QNBC, Wichita Weakest Link 6055 Dateline 8603 Third Watch 2239 News 3231332 Tonight Show @Com. Central Movie "Raising Arizona" (1987) 2504245 TV Funhouse Com.-Presents Dally 6931245 stein's Monoy All in Family aFOX,Wlc.-Sal. Boston Public 60429 Ally McBeal 79177 Star Trek: Voyager 86413 StarTrek: Next Gener. 89500 69 Nickelodeon Thornberrys Brady 207784 DIff. Strokes Facts of Life SsCo S50993 3sCo 174622 All In Family stein's Monoy All in Family QWB, Wichita 7th Heaven 47513 Roswell 17351 Blind Date Change 56871 MASH 13622 Married 26142 @ESPN Stanley Cup Playoffs 354535 BaseballTonlght (N) 554239 Sportseenter (CC) 557326 ' Q Access 6, Sal. Victory Hour 90123 Special Programming 15351 Special Programming 34567 Coyote 56142 Coyote 38790 S)ESPN2 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Conf. Quarter. Gm. 3 -- Flyers at Sabres 6734887 Stanley Cup Playoffs 1228332 OWGN Major League Baseball Phllade phia Phillies at Chteago Cubs. (Uve) (CC) 743351 News 592852 Tales-Darkslde GS Family Chan. Movie ** "The Beverly Hillbillies" (1993) 154413 Providence 983332 700 Club 993719 QPBS,Wic.-Hut. Antiques Roadshow 28871 American Experience 17719 Alfred Stieglitz:The Eloquent Eye 81852 News 30158 ED TNT Movie *** "Conagher" (1991) Sam Elliott.(CC) 212719 Movie * • K "The Shadow Riders" (1982) 255264 BABC, Kan, City David Blaine 53177 Movie iir«* "When Billle Beat Bobby" (2001) (CC) 60413 News 5010103 Seinfeld GS Cart. Network Johnny Bravo Dexter's Lab Bugs 6070351 Tom and Jerry Filntstones Scooby Doo Johnny Bravo Dexter's Lab IB) ABC, Wichita David Blaine 44887 Movie "When Billle Beat Bobby" (2001) (CC) 57351 News 1637622 NIghtllne GBsci Fl Crusade 1348326 Movie "Horror 101" (2000) Bo Derek, Justin Urich. 1424790 Crossing Over Crossing Ov -3i fS CBS, Wichita King 8790 Yes Dear 3577 Raymond 1210 Becker 3245 Family Law 62239 News 1622790 Late Show GQAP Killer Elephants (N) 50087 Big Cat Diary Wildlife 91887 Ele-Vision (N) 97581 Killer Elephants 33383 fQcBS,Topeka King 3264 Yes Dear 8061 Raymond 6784 Becker 8719 Family Law 80603 News 8422239 Late Show GS Lifetime Unsolved Mysteries 990622 "Calendar Girl, Cop, Killer? Bambi Bembenek" 987158 Golden Girls Golden Girls fQ Encore Movie *U "A Rage In Harlem" (1991) 1658968 Movie **«"TheFly II" (1989) EricStoltz. 7209413 GBUSA Movie * * *«"Fried Green Tomatoes" (1991) Kathy Bates, Jessica Tandy. (CC) 529887 Martin 991871 Martin 983149 fS Showtime Movie *» "The Next Best Thing" (2000) (CC) 510055 Chris Isaak 829535 Movie"The Faculty" 185603 GIDCNBC Hardball 1712974 Rivera Live 1721622 Brian Williams 1718158 Hardball 1711245 IQHBO Movie *** "Pale Rider" (1985) Clint Eastwood.416245 Real Sports '(N)(CC) 556697 E Street Band 918993 B) Encore Plus Movie "Marriage" Cont'd Movie **U "Butterflies Are Free" (1972) 6411142 "A Fine Romance" '15520719 fQcinemax Movie "Random Hearts" (1999) (CC) Cont'd Zoe Loses It Movie'The,fllght Filer" (1997) CC) 2174719 28099103 EBTLC Daredevils: Going 245887 Daredevils: Crossing 254535 Daredevils: Pushing 161871 Daredevils: Going 244158 iQstarzl Movie * "The Bachelor" (1999) Chris O'Donnell. 1070622 Movie "Committed" (2000) 9724332 74258528 ^Fox Sports Major League Baseball Kansas City Royals at Minnesota Twins. (Live) 741993 Sports 696622 Sports 5C91'ffi @ Discovery StInkerslTen Smelliest 281351 Human Zoo (N) 194671 Human Zoo (N) 287535 Justice Files 280622 @A&E Biography 283719 100 Centre Street 196239 Investigative Reports 2/2603 Uw& Order 275790 SO CNN Blltzer 646784 Point 465351 Larry King Lhre 734413 CNN Tonight Spin Room Sports 583123 Moneyllne @BET Movie "Playing With Fire" (2000) Vanessa Williams. 309239 Comicvlew 591603 BET News BETToniglit SWTBS Ma|or League Baseball Florida Marilns at Atlanta Braves. (Uve) 528158 Movie 'The War Wagon" (1967) 656719 ^Univislon Abrizame Muy Fuerte 50041 Mi Destine EresTu 93719 Cristlna:EdLE. 50005 P. Impacto Noticlero Univ. M*A*S*H Movie *** "Buhwrth" (1998) Warren Beatty, Halle Berry. 1252448 Good Pets-Bad 3819055 @AMC Movie * * It "Artists and Models" (1955) 338413 Backstory Movie **** "Zulu" (1964) 582061 01 Odyssey Medicine Woman 5831235 Movie "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea" (1997) 9789041 Rescue 911 Rescue 911 ^Disney Movie "Just Like Dad" Cont'd Movie "Ready to Run" (2000) (CC) 61073448 Aaron Carter 1294719 Boy-World @MTV TRL at Your House Countdown 152055 Daria 176500 2gether Fashionably Loud 984061 CSEI Scandals Scandals True Hollywood Story 131245 Stem 844852 Stern 853500 CHANNELS NOT SVH-1, ESFit-n LISTED- mPrevue, fQ Education Access, ^Government Access, Ql Weather Channel,S) Headline News, Q /I, EQ Court TV, ^MSNBC, @Home & Garden, S) Knowledge TV, QIFox News, QQThe Food Network, ^Ame Home Shopping Network, SIQVC, ^Cl FYI, @CSPAN2, ^Country Music Television, rica's Jewelry Store, ^CSPAN, B |-B9Pay Per View, Q Playboy

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