08 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL By Joyce Jillson Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-April 19). If you can't be somewhere in person, stay in touch through other means. You may have to drop an unreasonable schedule to be more flexible with a project. The planets recognize your efforts, even when you feel unaccomplished. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You'll see more career opportunities by taking action now. A once-in-a-iifetime love will soon be yours. Follow through with your inclination, and make an unexpected call to an out-of-touch relative. You'll have an exciting date tonight. • GEIVIINI (May 21-June 21). Make a list of those you need to call. The spirit of giving is alive. Singles will meet new romantic interests while doing research for a project. Couples must make time for each other as the week gets busier. You'll drive a hard bargain tonight. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). You are neither right nor wrong; it really boils down to whether you decide to make the right decision for yourself. Your love life will thrive when you take risks and become a bigger, bolder person. Loved ones will finally accept your choices. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). You can rattle off problems at work, but when it comes to your personal life, you are stymied. Bounce ideas off an objective, and very discreet, third party.-Have copyrighted documents and contracts strictly in order. Eliminate disorganization. •TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (April 25). You'll be amazed at your accomplishments this year. Research through the spring will help you complete an educational goal. May will bring sweet temptation. You are flattered by a sexy individual, but need a more stable romantic influence. Try a Capricorn or Libra. June features a secret getaway for two. Your luckiest month to change the status quo is November. Your lucky numbers are: 7,16,19, 33 and 5. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Verve and spontaneity is what makes you attractive, so find what you are passionate about, and be impulsive in its pursuitl Someone sees you as his or her role model. Your efforts may be temporarily blocked, but play the game anyway • LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct. 23). Life at home runs more smoothly when you regulate your pace. You meet a pragmatist who complements your perfectionist nature. Ask someone to edit or critique your work, and you'll end up with a new fan! You'll be a mentor soon enough. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). Your comments are deeply felt by others. Masking insecurity with an exaggeration will be transparent to your observant friends and family Face your fears. Accomplished artists will sell works via exhibitions and showcases. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). An organization who has used your help in the past can now help you. Courtesy you sorely missed will finally be offered to you. You can make a lasting Impression on the boss by double-checking your sources and work. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Money Issues are Important to you, so don't back down because you don't want to appear stingy You are entitled to certain pleasures. You are an excellent improviser when the attention is on you. A Scorpio often thinks of you. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Opportunity will knock on your door a million times, so don't buy into the belief that you only have one chance. Hold back on spending. If you continue to maintain your lifestyle, even when you get a raise, you'll be ahead of the game. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). You have a vision and should not step aside just because others want you to. Be a leader when others hesitate to take the reigns. Small actions affect life on a bigger scale. Give astute answers or none at all. Eat out tonight. Salina forecast Today High: 75 Low: 46 Mostly sunny. Light north wind. Tonight, clear. 8:17 p.m. Today's Sunset Thursday 6:39 a.m. Tomorrow's Sunrise High: 79 Low: 53 Partly cloudy. Friday High: 83 Low: 55 Partly cloudy. Saturday High: 82 Low: 56 Partly cloudy. Sunday High: 84 Low: 54 Partly cloudy Salina data * Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record /Year High 74 71 93/1989 Low 37 47 26/1967 • High and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Tuesday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Monday (24 hours) 0.00 April to date 4.11 Average April 2.76 Year to date 9.76 Average year through April 6.68 Average year 30.43 Kansas today Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries U.S.today 60s- 40s—t 70s 6.0s 70 B . -l /r>. L %2 ^<B>^-=-i'-- lOOg 9o '^,.i^ --IT' 10s ^. 80s 20s 30s:^^ •f-\ 40s^^ o 's 1 ''^ ^ dOh FRONTS: -30s 80s COLD WARM STATIONARY ©2001 AccuWeather, Inc. ® (D EZ3 ^ EH ES] High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Kansas data U.S. forecasts Hi LO PREC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanule N/A 38 Aibuquerque 76 47 PCIdy Miami Beach 86 71 PCIdy Coffeyvitle 69 37 Anchorage 49 35 PCidy Mpis-St Paul 71 39 Cir Concordia 72 40 Atiania 69 52 PCidy New Orleans 74 58 CIr Dodge City 76 36 Baitimore 62 45 PCidy NewYori< City 64 48 PCidy Emporia 71 . 37 Boston 58 45 Cir Oklahoma City 77 46 CIr Garden City 75 36 Charlotte.N.C. 60 52 CIdy Omaha 75 41 CIr Goodland 71 31 Chicago 63 38 PCidy Oriando 82 66 Rain Hiii City 77 35 Dailas-Ft Worth 78 49 Cir Philadelphia 63 49 PCidy Hutcliinson 75 33 Denver 74 39 CIr Phoenix 98 70 PCIdy Lawrence 71 34 Honoluiu 84 71 Cir St Louis 70 47 CIdy IWIanhattan 73 34 Houston 81 51 Cir San Diego 73 56 CIr Russeii 74 39 Kansas City 73 46 CIr San Francisco 68 49 CIr Topel^a 72 37 Las Veqas 90 60 Cir Seattle 69 50 Cir Wichita 70 35 Los Angeies 87 60 Cir Washinqton.D.C. 61 48 PCidy KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE www.nws.noaa.gov weather warnings, forecasts, radar T ADVICE People By The Associated Press Buffett strikes a chord with board BOCA RATON, Fla. — It's not as much fun as Margaritaville, but Jimmy Buffett may be headed for the board of trustees of Florida Atlantic University Buffett, who lives in Palm Beach, and.former presidential candidate Michael Dukakis were among 24 people the faculty chose to join the 11-member board. Gov. Jeb Bush expects to make the appointments by June 30. BUFFETT "Buffett's inspired a whole generation," said David Lee, the FAU professor who put together the list of recommendations. "His stand on the environment is impressive, and he would understand how the university can help improve the human condition." The 54-year-old singer supported a recent lawsuit filed by an environmental group against Bush and the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, accusing them of doing too little to protect manatees. Buffett, whose hits include "Margaritaville" and "Cheeseburger in Paradise," was not available for comment. Brando made offer he must refuse NEW YORK — Marlon Brando won't be appearing in the sequel to "Scary Movie" after all. Dimension Films said Tuesday that Brando's illness will keep him from doing a cameo in the comedy "Scary Movie 2." The studio would not specify what is wrong with the 77-year-old actor, but Hollywood trade papers reported earlier this month he had pneumonia "Unfortunately, due to his health issues and unavailability, we must now recast his role," said Elizabeth Clark, senior vice president of publicity. "We wish Mr. Brando a speedy recovery" The follow-up to.the horror spoof "Scary Movie," which grossed nearly $160 million in the United States alone, is due in theaters in July South Carolina honors its own FLORENCE, S.C. — Matchbox Twenty lead singer and songwriter Rob Thomas is the newest — and youngest — member of the South Carolina Music and Entertainment Hall of Fame, taking his place with such greats as James Brown and Dizzy Gillespie. "It's all official," Thomas, 29, said as he looked at the certificate signed by Gov. Jim Hodges. The certificate was presented to him at a concert in Charlotte, N.C., last week. THOMAS He was formally inducted by David Godbold, executive director of the Hall of Fame in Myrtle Beach, as its 58th member His display will be placed between jazz great Gillespie, of Cheraw, and soul singer Brown, an Aiken native. Thomas grew up in Lake City Turbeville and Columbia. He and his wife, Marisol, live near New York City. Wife burned by stepdaughter's fun-in-the-sun offer Dear Ann Landers: Six months ago, my husband, "Darryl," had open-heart surgery followed by severe complications. As his sole caregiver, his recovery ^ was extremely stressful for me. He is home now and finally gaining back his strength. Today Darryl's daughter — my stepdaughter— called to let us know she is taking a vacation in the Caribbean and has the use of a friend's home for three weeks. She has offered to purchase a plane ticket for Darryl so he can spend some time by the ocean with her — and her mother. * I am furious that she would think it is OK for Darryl to go off and enjoy a vacation with his ex-wife, who, in the 15 years we've been married, will not allow my name to be mentioned in her pres- ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. ence. Incidentally, Darryl and I have not had a vacation together in seven years. I adore Darryl's daughter She is a wonderful young woman, but I'm not happy about her offer Darryl says, "Write Ann Landers. I'U abide by her decision." TeU me, Ann, am I selfish to object to his going? — No Saint in New York Dear N.Y.: You describe Darryl's daughter as a "wonderful young woman." Sorry but I don't see anything wonderful about a woman who would encourage her father to take a trip to the Caribbean with his ex-wife while you stay home. The decision should be Darryl's, and if he is halfway decent, he will decline the offer Dear Ann Landers: Several times over the years, you have printed a story called "Why I Fired My Secretary" As an administrative professional and someone who has fought her entire career to obtain professional recognition, it disturbs me that you insist on running that lame joke in your column. Not only is it degrading to secretaries and administrative professionals, but it also demeans the managers whom these professionals support. Today is no longer called "Secretary's Day" It is now known as Administrative Professionals Day and has been observed since 1952 as a way for businesses to promote professional excellence and recognize office staff for their workplace contributions. Administi-ative professionals today have become the information managers of the office, handling responsibilities ranging from integrating softwai-e applications and desktop publishing to project management and meeting facilitation. The International Association of Administrative Professionals and many of its 700 chapters hold various educational and networking events during this week. Administrative professionals comprise a wide range of office staff and hold titles such as administrative assistant, information coordinator, executive secretary office manager, commimications coordinator and so on. Please, Ann, teU your readers about the importance of Administrative Professionals Week. Today's office staff demonstrates expanded skills and knowledge, and they deserve to be recognized for their talent and hard work. — Linda Hall, CPS, President, lAAP, San Jose, Calif., Chapter Dear Linda Hall: Thank you for your gentle comeuppance. "Why I Fired My Secretary" is one of the more popular pieces I have printed, and my readers frequently ask me to repeat it. I doubt that anyone believes it reflects an authentic boss-secretary situation. However, you are right to point out that today's office staff is tremendously important. Few employers could manage without the dedication and expertise of the administrative professionals who support and maintain their offices. Write to Ann Landers at P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, IL 60611. TV TONIGHT 4/25/01 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 Old Settler (N) CC) 41380 Bingo 2729 American High 95293 Walt for God standard-TV BQTNN Martial Law 428545 Movie *** "The Sure Thing" 1985) (CC) 448309 Magnificent Se ren 427816 B NBC, Wichita Ed 1767 West Wing 7187 Law & Order 6421 News 3931380 Tonight Show @Com. Central American Comedy Awards (N) 2204293 South 3618187 Bush 9366458 Daily 6631293 Awards aFOX,Wlc.-Sal. 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