The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 24, 2001 · Page 20
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C8 TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 2001 By Joyce Jillson Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-April 19). You may not feel like exerting yourself as much as you had planned. Store up power to tackle goals before the end of the week. Intellectual stimulation helps -read a good book or listen to new music. Explore your options. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Pay attention to cycles and patterns that keep emerging. Make sure the only person running your life is you. This evening will be an excellent time to talk about where you and your mate are taking your relationship. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Avoid being too focused on one front, and use your energy to diversify your views instead. Friends may meddle in your business out of envy or boredom. Keep your privacy sacred. Strange offers require unique decisions. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). Romance wins over your practical side. Ideas, creative input and proposals will come flooding in this afternoon. A friend will offer a sympathetic ear, so confess your most recent difficulties. Put money in the bank, or you may spend it. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Checking out what your neighbors are up to couldn't hurt. Bonding with your community can be used as a preventative measure against discord spurred from inevitable changes. Expensive repairs are not necessary Look for sales. • TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 24). Your public relations skills are particularly useful this year. Turn your creative potential and problem-solving abilities toward making money within the next three weeks by impressing a Sagittarius or Scorpio. New friends will help you expand a business idea in May Beautify your home in June, and set up a home office or hobby corner. Your lucky love sign is Leo. Your lucky numbers are: 5, 35, 22, 51, and 32. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-SepL 22). Rewards are what keep you in the game, so if the world doesn't provide them, reward yourself. Good energy will come into your love life, even if no one new does. Preparing yourself for positive forces in your life is half the fun. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You'll receive satisfaction from taking part in something experimental. It's better that the truth come out in a friendship, or complexity will surely set in. Your productivity is strong enough to tackle that nagging list of procrastinated tasks tonight. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). You have the chance to be thoughtful. Call your friends, and remember to celebrate their victories. What was once an obligation Is now a treat. Magazines and books will inspire you to add sparkle to your living quarters. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). Take advantage of harmonious conditions, and finally present suggestions you've been holding back. It's fair to reserve trust for a family member who has messed up before. Friends are instrumental in your success. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Let your inner wisdom give you answers, even if it might take hours before you'll get any Inspiring people are all around you, and they can possibly help you move into a new occupational capacity Virgos make lucky friends. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). What's left in limbo will drain you of energy. Resolve financial problems. Outside circumstances, combined with new goals, may lead you away from certain friends, which is a natural progression. In love, your partner will contribute more. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Move forward in educational matters - there's no time to waste. You may find a little consulting or coaching helpful in keeping you on track. A worn-out association will tie up too much of your attention. Decisive action is needed. Salina forecast Today High: 70 Low: 45 Partly cloudy and warmer with south winds 5 to 15 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy 8:16 p,m. 6:40 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Wednesday High: 77 Low: 45 Partly cloudy In the evening, partly cloudy Kansas t COLO. Thursday Liberal 72°/42° %^ Wichita 70745° Pittsburg 72746° OKLA. © 2001 AccuWeathed Inc Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice High: 79 Low: 47 Partly cloudy U.S. today Friday High: 84 Low: 54 Partly cloudy Saturday High: 86 Low: 58 Partly cloudy and continued warm. Saiina data * Source: Sallna Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record / Year High 64 72 105/1989 Low 39 47 28/1909 • Higti and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Monday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Sunday (24 hours) 0.32 April to date 4.11 Average April 2.76 Year to date 9.76 Average year through April 6.68 Average year 30.43 .60s (B) (D High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow r *Ai : < > I COLD WARM STATIONAHY ©2001 AccuWeather, Inc. Sunny Pt.doudy Cloudy * Kansas data U.S. forecasts HI LO BREC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanute 64 41 0.59 Atbuquerque 74 41 CIr Miami Beach 84 73 PCIdy Coffeyville 66 43 0.69 Anchorage 48 35 PCIdy Mpls-St Paul 57 33 PCIdy Concordia 61 37 Atlanta 72 60 Rain New Orleans 75 66 Rain Dodge City 64 37 Baltimore 80 60 CIdy New York City 79 58 PCIdy Emporia 63 39 trace Boston 85 55 PCIdy Oklahoma City 74 42 CIr Garden City 63 32 Chariotte.N.C. 77 60 Rain Omaha 68 35 PCIdy Goodiand 60 31 trace Chicago 60 41 CIr Orlando 87 63 PCIdy Hiii City 64 35 trace Daiias-Ft Worth 78 48 CIr Philadelphia 84 63 Rain Hutchinson 66 39 Denver 65 33 PCIdy Phoenix 92 61 CIr Lawrence 62 41 0.29 Honolulu N/A N/A N/A St Louis 65 42 PCIdy Manliattan 63 40 Houston 77 57 PCIdy San Diego 75 55 CIr Russeil 63 36 Kansas City 65 35 PCIdy San Francisco 73 51 CIr Topel<a 62 41 0.18 Las Vegas 87 55 CIr Seattle 65 48 CIdy Wichita 65 40 Los Angeles 85 53 CIr Washington.D.C 80 62 CIdy KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE vuww.nws.noaa.gov weather warnings, forecasts, radar T ADVICE THE SALINA JOURNAL People By The Associated Press Ruling gives royalties to victims PHOENIX — Future royalties from a 1997 book about ex-hitman Salvatore Gravano will be distributed to victims of his crimes, the state Attorney General's Office said. Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Mark Santana ruled the state Attorney General's Office rightfully seized Gravano's $380,000 in assets because proceeds from the book "resulted from criminal activity that violates Arizona's racketeering ^„.„..,^ laws." GRAVANO Gravano, the former mob hitman known as "Sammy the Bull," is in jail awaiting trial on drug charges. Santana's written opinion says prosecutors did not violate Gravano's right to free speech or his right to retain legal counsel by seizing the book assets. Author Peter Maas interviewed Gravano dozens of times for the best seller "Underboss: Sammy the Bull Gravano's Story of Life in the Mafia." Jackson's agenda: health, wages ATLANTA — In the old South, the Rev. Jesse Jackson said, the races were divided by law. Today, he believes they are divided by access to health care, education, technology, political clout and a living wage. In Georgia for a seven-day tour of 25 cities, Jackson said Sunday he wants to take up "the unfinished agenda of the New South." "The image being reinforced is Atlanta, Coca Cola and CNN," he said. "But beyond that, 60 percent of aU Georgians earn $25,000 a year or less. Two million have no health insurance." "People across racial lines can rally for better health care and living wages," he said. "The New South challenge of today is to close the resource gap. We've already shown we can play ball together" Cowboy picked to win 'Survivor' LAS VEGAS — Oddsmakers have installed Texas cowboy Colby Donaldson as the favorite to win the $1 million grand prize on the CBS reality-based series "Survivor" Donaldson is the 3-2 favorite at the Stardust hotel-casino and the 2-1 favorite at the Bally's and Paris hotel-casinos. "Colby has won many immunities and he looks like the strongest," said Joe Lupo, manager at the Strip resort's race and sports book. Tina Wesson is Lupo's second favorite at 2-1, while Keith Famie is at 3-1 followed by Elisabeth Filarski at 5-1. The odds are only hypothetical because state law prohibits wagers on events in which the outcome already is known, and CBS, unlike the odd­ smakers, knows how this contest ends. The winning survivor will be revealed in a two-hour finale May 3. JACKSON It's time to take action against voting fraud Dear Ann Landers: I read with interest the letter from the California woman whose husband filled out an absentee ballot for his senile mother Some years ago, I was an employee for the county Every election, the committeewomen for one of the political parties would go to all the nursing homes in town to "get out the vote." In many cases, this meant holding the hand of a resident and making a mark or signing that person's name. Most of these individuals had no idea what they were doing. Many were senile or worse. Not one of the nursing home administrators ever questioned this despicable practice. They even cheered when one comatose patient, known to be a member of ANN LANDERS the other party, "voted" for his opponent. I'm ashamed to say I did nothing about this skullduggery because I needed my job. These committeewomen were upstanding pillars of the community and considered themselves to be honest people. They also believed it was their duty to do whatever was necessary to defeat the other party When I saw one of these women the other day, I asked her if she was still overseeing the nursing home vote. She said, "Of course! Voting is about all these old folks can do for their country and we make sure they vote the right way." How do you like that, Ann? — Observing Life in the Heartland Dear Heart: Talk about taking advantage of unfortunate people — this practice is the bottom of the barrel. A representative from both parties should be stationed at these nursing homes to monitor the voting process. Here is a "cause" you can do something about. Hop to it. Be a hero. And now, the last word on the subject, I promise: Dear Ann Landers: I am writing about the California woman whose husband registered his 80-year-old mother to vote, even though she had Alzheimer's. He completed an absentee baUot for her, which means he voted twice. You were right to condemn the man's behavior as reprehensible, but it was also illegal, possibly violating California Elections code 18560 and Penal code 118, both felonies. The secretary of state is charged with administering election laws in California. I am the supervisor of the Election Fraud Investigations unit, and our mission is fraud-free elections and zero tolerance for election fraud. Please consider this a formal request for any and all information available on the identity and location of the letter- writer whose husband may have violated California election law. We fully intend on opening a criminal investigation into this matter. Thank you for your assistance. — Richard Ciaramella, Supervising Investigator, Election Fraud Investigations Unit, Sacramento, Calif. Dear Richard Ciaramella: Thank you for the information on the election law in California. I respect your mission, but under no circumstances would I consider revealing the identity of a person who wrote to me. A great deal of my mail arrives without a name or address, but had the writer told me her husband's name, I still would not give that information out. If my correspondent violated the law, I am sorry but my first loyalty is to my readers who place their confidence in me. If that reader's husband did something illegal, you will have to find him on your own. Write to Ann Landers at P.O. 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