The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 23, 2001 · Page 18
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SALINA JOURNAL MONDAY, APRIL 23, 2001 B9i iiposcopes B^'Joyce Jillson Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-April 19). Yolj've been giving more than you've been receiving, but the balance will shift more appropriately in due time. Total commitment to your job is noticed by higher-ups, and you will bft 'sTewarded. You'll have romantic luck this evening. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Events prove you were right all along. It happens just when being right isn't as important to you. Your best friend could introduce you to thalove of your life. It's not enough to wish someone well, so extend a favor to a complete stranger. ,;• GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Prepare for plenty of action on the job. There are many reasons to get itall done now, and you have the uninterrupted time to tackle big piles of work. It feels as if you have complete control of a romantic situation for a change. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Delv—Ozinto matters of the heart, and pinpoint what needs to irnprove. A big plan awaits your approval. Better relations with family will soon set doubts and fears to rest. A Virgo friend makes a difference in your life. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Don't skimp on preparation, because success requires an all-out effort. A colleague suggests you as the leader for a new project. Put your thanks in writing, and this kind of work will keep rolling in. A family member admires you. •TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 23). Out with the oldl You've grown out of ineffective patterns and are much happier now. Your love life reflects this growth, which is evident in this month's hot love encounter. Begin creative projects in May. A brilliant invention may be a moneymaker in jQne, and it should be dedicated to educating yourself. Love Is the answer in July, so say "yes." Listen to a Virgo. Your lucky numbers are: 6, 12, 36, 60 and 13. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Your attitude about love is changing. Go out with an interesting someone you'll meet under unusual circumstances. You're at your best when you are outgoing, charming and clever in all you do. A legal matter is finally settled in your favor. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). People are impressed by your administrative skills, and projects under your direction gel'great results. Avoid a jealous coworker. Indulging in office gossip will ulfiiTiately reflect badly on you. Keep a distance to avoid the grapevine. ~* SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Joint finances, estates or insurance get the heat. Give proper attention in these areas to attract a windfall. Delegate responsibility, and others will listen dutifully. It's lucky to show appreciation with flowers. They will brighten someone's day. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Spend time improving your environment, especially in the yard or^^arden. Saving money is the same as earning it, so make sure yotr get the best bargains in anything you purchase. Defeat your opponent with your charm. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)7;, Organization and planning is key^in the morning; save spontaneity forihe evening, A check you'll recejve gives you the clout to say "no"-to other offers. Colleagues and fahYlly will rely on you to keep composure in a time of chaos. ;'i'il ,AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Keeping secrets and intimate details close to the'breast will help build loyalty and self-discipline. Read between the lines, and you'll have the advantage in all matters communicated at work. Do more than is required. It will pay off. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your financial status will improve ditp, to extra time spent at the office. Make choices that reflect how far you've come. Exercise to relieve tension and stress. You 'll find romance with a co-worker or sdrtieone you meet through work. Salina forecast Today High: 59 Low: 35 Partly sunny and breezy. Tonight, partly cloudy. 8:15 p.m. 6:42 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Kansas today Tuesday High: 73 Low: 45 iVlostly sunny. In the evening, partly cloudy. Wednesday High: 73 Low: 52 Partly cloudy. NEB. COLO.I Kansas City S9°/41 ir Salina 59°/3S° Topeka 59735° Liberal 64735 Wichita 62736' Pittsburg 61738' OKLA. ©2001 AccuWeathel, Inc. Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice U.S. today Thursday High: 75 Low: 48 Partly cloudy. Friday High: 76 Low: 55 Partly cloudy. Salina data * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 72 71 95/1989 Low 62 45 28/1959 • Higti and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Sunday (to 9 p.m.) 0.32 Saturday (24 hours) 0.29 April to date 4.11 Average April 2.76 Year to date 9.76 Average year through Apr. 6.68 Average year 30.43 COLD WARM 02001 AccuWeather, Inc. STATIONARY High Low Showers Rain T-storrns Flurries Snow m m m m o !o Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Kansas data U.S. forecasts HI LO PREC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanute 75 63 T Albuquerque 68 34 Cir Miami Beach 83 73 PCIdy Cofteyvllle 76 62 T Anchoraqe 51 30 CIdy Mpls-StPaul 49 43 Rain Concordia 69 62 .22 Atlanta 82 58 PCIdy Nashville 80 62 PCIdy Dodge City 74 58 .11 Baltimore 85 57 Cir New Orleans 84 69 CIdy Emporia 74 63 .33 Boston 63 52 Cir New York City 75 60 PCIdy Garden City 73 S3 .02 Chailotte.N.C. 84 56 Cir Oklahoma City 66 50 CIr Goodiand 70 34 .24 Chicaqo 73 62 Cir Omaha 53 46 CIr Hiii City 79 58 .02 •alias-Ft Worth 72 59 Cir Orlando 86 63 CIr Huloliinson 64 64 .04 Denver 58 24 PCIdy Philadelphia 83 59 PCIdy Lawrence 75 66 T Honolulu 83 71 PCIdy Phoenix 82 S2 CIr Manhattan 76 65 .15 Houston 84 72 Rain San DIeqo 69 53 CIr Russeil 74 62 1.00 Kansas City 58 S3 CIdy San Francisco 68 47 CIr Topelta 77 67 .01 Las Veqas 79 50 CIr Seattle 58 47 Rain Wichita 70 65 .11 Los Anqeles 79 S3 Cir Washington.D.C 85 59 CIr KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE wvvw.nws.noaa.gov weather warnings, forecasts, radar • ADVICE People By The Associated Press Toni takes Keri out of circulation^ ATLANTA — R&B singer Toni Braxton wed Mint Condition keyboardist Keri Lewis in a pri' vate outdoor ceremony. Braxton, 32, and Lewis, 28, exchanged vows Saturday in front 250 guests outside the 60-acre Dean Gardens estate. Former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young officiated at the ceremony. A 16-piece orchestra played Bach's "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desir_ _ - , ing" as well as a funky version of BRAXTON "So Fresh, So Clean," a current single by the Atlanta hip-hop duo OutKast. Braxton, who won her sixth Grammy Award this year, met her husband four years ago. The Minneapolis-based Mint Condition served as her accompaniment when she opened for contemporary jazz saxophonist Kenny G on a nationwide tour. 4 LEE Noodles, eggs await Oscar winner TAIPEI, Taiwan — With his Oscar statue stuffed in his backpack, director Ang Lee arrived in Taiwan Sunday for the first time since win- P mm ning international kudos for his 9B martial arts epic, "Crouching ^1 Tiger, Hidden Dragon." Lee, the first Taiwanese director to win an Academy Award, told a smaU crowd of reporters and well-wishers at the airport that his Oscar "was a great op;. portunity for cultural interaction." Lee, 47, will visit his parents in the southern city of Tainan in time for his mother's birthday Tuesday "We have nothing special prepared for him, except maybe a bowl of noodles and some eggs," said Lee's mother, Lee Yangsi. "At home, he's treated just as he always was." Paul Revere (the Raider) is coming LOS ANGELES — It's been 226 years since the historic ride of Paul Revere, so Paiol Revere decided it was time to do it again. This time the vehicle wiU be a motorcycle not a horse, and the journey will be Seattle to Washington, D.C., not Boston to Concord, Mass. The rider will be the lead singer of the 1960s rock group Paul Revere and the Raiders. While the patriot left Boston on AprU 18,1775, to warn U.S. militias that the British were coming, the rocker was promoting Vietnam veterans' causes. "We thought this could be something good that would help the guys who had such a rough time over there," Revere said. The trip, with more than two dozen stops, is to culminate with a free Memorial Day weekend concert May 27 in Washington. Along the way. Revere plans several performances promoting: "Ride to the WaU," his first new CD in years. Hei says proceeds from the recording will be donated} to various veterans programs through the non-| profit The Ride To the Wall Foundation. I Ann's mind is made up: No makeup for preteens Dear Ann Landers: I wovild like to respond to the father who was concerned about his 12-year-old daughter wearing makeup to school. You said lip gloss was OK, but the mascara should wait. Let me assure you, Ann, if this girl wants to wear makeup, she will do it with or without permission. I'm sure her friends would be happy to let her borrow their mascara and eyeliner. Incidentally girls should be aware that sharing these cosmetics can spread bacteria and cause eye infections. I have a different solu- ^ tion to the impasse. The mother should take her daughter and perhaps a few of her friends for a makeup session at a nearby maU. That way the girls will learn how to apply makeup correctly ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. and will avoid the pitfalls of applying too much and looking like clowns. It's what my mom did for me when I was a teen-ager, and I appreciated her wisdom. — CoUege Student in Arizona Dear Arizona: Get real. We're talking about a 12-year-old girl here. She's not even a teen-ager yet. I realize many girls in junior high wear makeup and think it looks sophisticated and "cool." In reality, it makes them look cheap. Mom should wait until her daughter is in high school before taking her to the mall for makeup lessons. Lip gloss is OK, but that's as far as I'm willing to go. Dear Ann Landers: I am a 26-year-old woman and am getting married in a few months. I do not get along with my father and never have. As far back as I can remember, we have had problems. I believe in treating people nicely and I try to surround myself with positive companions. My father is negative, sour and pessimistic and has always put me down in some way I have begged him to stop picking me to pieces, but he can't seem to help himself. I warned my father that if he didn't change his attitude, he would not be welcome at my wedding. Even this didn't do the trick, Ann, so last week, I told him he cannot attend. I can live with this decision. Unfortunately my mother says I should not have been so hard on my father and said she will not come to the wedding without him. I am devastated my mother took his side. Please tell me what to do. — Crying in San Francisco Dear San Fran: Stop crying long enough to look at the Big Picture. When you told your father he would not be welcome at your wedding, you dug yourself into a very deep hole. Unless you are able to apologize and make amends, you are going to stay in that hole for a long time. Maybe forever. If you want to have a relationship with your mother, you will need to make peace with your father You might not like his at­ titude, but I'm sure you can manage to putj up with him for the duration of your wed^ ding. Go hat in hand, patch it up with him,'j and let's hope he agrees to be among those who will be throwing rice. Dear Ann Landers: This is in regard to the question, "Where does the phrase 'minding your p's and q's' come from?" I was taught this phrase was to remind us to say "please" and "thank you." The "p" was an abbreviation for "please," and the "q" was part of the pronunciation of "thank- Q." -— Southern Speaker Dear S.S.: I've never heard your version before. Many readers said the phrase dates back to moveable type presses. When type was set up by hand, the "p" and "q" pieces were confusing because the typesetter was seeing the letters backward. That explanation sounds more plausible to me. Write to Ann Landers at P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, IL 60611. TV TONIGHT 4/23/01 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 55033 American Experience 64781 Coming to Light: Edward Curtis 25304 Red Green Miami vice 473859 WWF Raw (CC) 482507 WWFWar Zone (CC) 8807830 Monster Jam 2565588 B NBC, Wichita Weakest Link 3197 Dateline 9965 Third Watch 9101 News 3904236 Tonight Show @ Com. Central Whose Line? Whose Line? Whose Line? Whose Line? TV Funhouse Com.-Pressnts Dally 6604149 Stein's Money QFOX,Wic.-Sal. Boston Public 79217 Ally McBeai 88965 StarTrek: Voyager 68101 Star Trek: Next Gener. 78588 S Nickelodeon Thornberrys Brady 723385 DIff. 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