CB TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Horoscopes By Joyce Jillson Creators Syndicate Inc. : 'ARIES(March21-April 19). A long-awaited vacation is just around the bend. Don't be too quicl< to start a physical relationship with a new mate Unless you feel you know him or her inside and out. Call the Gemini who's on your mind. A Capricorn has a sure bet. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Copy the diplomatic ways of a Libra because they're lessons that can make you rich -- once you get the knack. If you're competing for a job or promotion, your underlying faith in destiny's wisdom may tip the scales in your favor. : • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Pleasant words, written or spoken, will work miracles this afternoon. You're restless and anxious, so window shop to get your mind off things. In the evening, be a good listener for a troubled and lonely friend. You will cry together. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Your struggling spouse or partner cannot express his or her feelings, so you'll have to be extra understanding. Use your innate caretaker skills in all family matters. A solution to a problem is in your hands. Delegating to others is risky • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). If you're a teacher, your influence is definitive today All Leos will be setting the example in dress, behavior and attitude. Ignore the petty ways of a competitor, and don't stoop to their level. You're past the immature stage of game-playing. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 17). Romantic love finally spotlights you. Sparked by the love of beauty, your artistic flair adds a special touch to everything you do. Add a creative activity to your busy routine, such as painting, writing poetry or composing music. Spend the holidays, including your summer vacation and winter season, getting to know new people. You'll find love in October. Your lucky numbers are: 4, 8, 14, 15 and 23. : • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Inspiration from a dream may change the big picture. Solutions are found within yourself. Ask for what you need out loud, because colleagues cannot read your mind. A Capricorn may be the true love you've been waiting for. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). It's always advisable to keep your head screwed on straight and use analytical skills where new romance is concerned, especially now. Enjoy a fascinating conversation with a high-powered Sagittarian, and open your mind to new ideas. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Impressive moves by a colleague will attract your admiration. Are you ready for new challenges? They'll begin tomorrow. Your family has a surprise for you ~ you'll like It. Be the one who takes charge when others are confused. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D8C. 21). Old matters will come around just for the sake of teaching you a lesson. Visitors from out of town will make your life more exciting. You may be called upon to help in an emergency Be attentive when reminded of a past problem. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Avoid strenuous activity and competitive • sports. A secret is revealed, much to your surprise. Meditation, dreams and spiritual studies will put you In touch with your inner resources. Forbid the harboring of fearful thoughts. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Don't expect to be the exception to the rule. Your friends are right there when you need them, but be careful not to confuse good intentions for competence. Happy hour could stretch well Into the evening after a hard day of work. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). In new situations, pattern your moves after someone who possesses problem-solving skills. The secret to success is having the right role models. A special project will unexpectedly pop up, and it will lead to extra profits. Salina forecast Today High: 56 Low: 33 Mostly sunny. North wind 5 to 10 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy. 8:09 p.m. Today's Sunset 6:50 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise Wednesday High: 68 Low: 42 Mostly sunny and warmer. Becoming mostly cloudy in the evening. Thursday Friday High: 73 Low: 44 Mostly cloudy with a slight chance for showers and thunderstorms in the evening. High: 72 Low: 48 Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. Saturday High: 73 Low: 49 A chance of showers and thunderstorms, othen/vise partly cloudy * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 50 70 90/1937 Low 40 44 20/1953 • HIgtt and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Monday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Sunday (24 hours) 0.00 April to date 2.41 Average April 2.76 Year to date 8.06 Average year through April 6.68 Average year 30.43 COLO, '-• o Colby |61°/34° Salina 56733' Liberal 58738° \^ Wichita 56735° -O- QKLA. Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Stiowsrs T-stomis Rain Flurries Snow Ice U.S. today Pnsiun: ,, . . . (H) ® High Low Showera Rain T-itomu Flurries Snow ES EH COLD WARM STATIONARY <B 2001 AccuWeather, Inc. m o ^ m Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Kansas data U.S. forecasts HI LO PREC HI LO OTLK Hi LO OTLK Chanute 53 47 Albuquerque 69 50 CIr Miami Beach 87 67 PCIdy Coffeyvllle 58 44 Anchorage N/A N/A N/A Mpls-St Paul 47 18 PCIdy Concordia 50 34 trace Atlanta 55 44 PCIdy New Orleans 71 60, PCIdy Dodge City 47 39 Baltimore 48 40 Rain New York City 49 40 Rain Emporia 49 41 Boston 45 35 Rain Oklahoma City 55 37 PCIdy Garden City 47 40 Charlotte.N.C. 55 42 CIdy Omaha 53 23 CIr Goodland 47 31 Chicago 45 27 Snow Orlando 79 58 CIr Hill City 49 34 trace Dallas-Ft Worth 62 49 CIdy Philadelphia 51 40 Rain Hutchinson 50 43 Denver 58 30 PCIdy Phoenix 96 65 CIr Lawrence 51 38 trace Honolulu 82 69 CIr St Louis 48 33 PCIdy Manhattan 51 38 trace Houston 68 57 CIdy San Diego 68 53 CIr Russell 48 37 Kansas City 52 30 CIr San Francisco 63 49 PCIdy Topeka • 52 39 trace' Las Vegas 90 56 CIr Seattle .59 '47 Rain Wichita 52 46 Los Angeles 73 51 CIr Washlngton.D.C 49 41 Rain KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE wfww.nws.noaa.gov weather warnings, forecasts, radar People By The Associated Press Affleck has eye on politics NEW YORK — He's played a South Bost6tt slacker and a high-strung Los Angeles advertising executive. But Ben Affleck says the role he'd like to play in real life is Washington lawmaker. "My fantasy is that someday I'm independently wealthy enough that I'm not beholden to anybody, so I can run for Congress on the grounds that everyday people — be they singers or poets or bankers or lawyers or teachers — should be in govern- AFPLtOK ment," Affleck says in the May issue of GQmag azine, on newsstands April 24. "Part of what I'd . get off on would be the oration, the speechmaking and the idea of leading." The 28-year-old actor co-starred in 1997's "Good WiU Hunting" and last year's "Bounce." He stars next in the much-hyped epic "Pearl Harbor," which opens Memorial Day weekend. O'Donnell to miss awards show SANTA MONICA, Calif. — Rosie O'DonneU will hand off hosting duties at Nickelodeon's 14th annual Kids' Choice Awards to someone else. The talk-show host's hand injury will keep her from appearing at the awards show Saturday night. O'Donnell, who has been the host of the event the past four years, was treated earlier this month for a staph infection after three surgeries to repair a severed tendon. "Rosie is under doctor orders , not to travel at this time, and her O BUNNELL health is our first and foremost concern," said Albie Hecht, executive producer of the Kids' Choice Awards. Hecht said there wUl be a "special surprise guest" along with other celebrities including Cameron Diaz, Eddie Murphy and Mike Myers to run the show. Moore's party to benefit charities NEW YORK — Actor Dudley Moore, star of "Arthur" and "10," sent an open invitation to guests wanting to help celebrate his 66th birthday at a benefit concert Monday night. "It's a very low-key affair at a little place ... Carnegie Hall," Moore wrote. "You can only imagine how my supposed friends are going to try to embarrass me with clips from the many movies I've made." Moore, who is suffering from a Parkinson's-like brain disorder called Progressive Supranuclear Palsy, is to be entertained by stars including hosts Michael Caine and Julie Andrews along with guests Mary Tyler Moore, Chevy . Chase and Bo Derek, Moore's co-star in "10." Proceeds from the event will benefit two of Moore's charities: Music for all Seasons and the Dudley Research Fund for PSP. MOORE • ADVICE Mom needs counseling to deal with son's suicide Dear Ann Landers: A few weeks ago, my 33-year-old son died by suicide. It was his third attempt. Last November, he stopped communicating ^ with all family members, including me. I believe that is when he made up his mind to end his life. He didn't want anyone to talk him out of it. When I saw how "down" he was, I suggested therapy His response was, "I don't need any help." I am so angry with my son for not giving himself a chance to find a reason to live. I am furious with him for not caring how much his suicide would hurt his wife and children, not to mention his grief-stricken parents. Please, Ann, help me get past my anger so I can forgive my son and move forward. — A Heartsick Mother in Texas ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. ^ Dear Texas Mother: A person who dies by suicide does not think of anything except how to escape from the pain of living. Being angry with your son for having done this will serve no useful purpose. What you must do now is understand the agony your son was going through and that his death was something you could do nothing about. You could not have given your son the will to live. Please get some grief counseling to help you get over this tragedy If there is a chapter of The Compassionate Friends in your area, I hope you will go to the next meeting. Contact them at The Compassionate Friends, P.O. Box 3696, Oak Brook, IL 60522-3696, www.compassioate friends.org, or call their toll-free number, 1-877-969-0010. Dear Ann Landers: My husband, "Howard," has been given a wonderful opportunity to take a trip overseas, all- expenses paid, and he can bring me along. I know this trip would be exciting and romantic, but I'm not sure I should go. Our children are 9 and 11 years old, and they are scheduled for a week of standardized testing at school during the time Howard and I would be in Europe. I know they are responsible enough to study, but these tests are very important, and I feel in my heart I should be here for my children. Howard thinks I am crazy for passing up the chance of a lifetime. He is becoming angry about my reluctance to go. I'm stuck in the middle. If I go with Howard, I'm a bad mother. If I stay home, I'm a bad wife. Please, Ann, tell me what to do. — Feeling Pathetic in Greensboro, N.C. Dear Pathetic: Go with Howard. Make it a second honeymoon. It wUl be a boost for your marriage. Your notion that you will be a bad mother if you go is nonsense. Make sure you have a responsible person in charge of the children, phone them often, give them lots of encouragement or their tests, and enjoy yourself. Dear Ann Landers: My wife and I have been married 10 years, a second marriage for both. My stepgrandchil- dren, all under 12 years old, visit us quite often, and their table manners are terrible. I recently corrected them in what I felt was a diplomatic, kind and humorous way Instead of backing me up, my wife criticized me in front of the children. My wife said she doesn't want to put any more pressure on the kids than th^ already have. I told her she is not doing them any favors. What do you say? — Stepgrandpa in Detroit Dear Stepgramp: Your wife is right. Unless the kids are throwing food or jabbing each other with forks and knives, don't try to retrain them. Just enjoy them. Write to Ann Landers at P.O. 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