DB WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2001 THE SALINA JOUFiNAL Hoposcopes By Joyce Jlllson Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). Your job requires you to be accurate. This doesn't make It any easier to get your work done, but it does inspire you to concentrate on menial tasks. By altering a few actions, you can make a difference in how others perceive your talents. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Sqmeone you work with Is sweet on you. Your love relationship will continue to sail smoothly as long as you and your mate are willing to communicate freely. Bring a project to a close. Use your talents to benefit your team. • GEMINI (May21-June21). It's better to buy items of high quality; they will last longer than you expect. Listening to self- improvement tapes is a good way to fill your head with new Ideas. A Scorpio will make romantic gestures over dinner tonight. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). You'll win big when you challenge yourself, but do it before others challenge you. Adjust to your lifestyle before looking for a potential love partner. If you know that someone has his or her hands in the cash register, speak up. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). By keeping your options open, you'll help a friendship progress and protect yourself, too. Be assertive at meetings. An idea you'll present today may win you a promotion. You'll finally find the solutions to long-standing problems. •TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (May 2). This Is a year you won't forget. Opportunities abound this month. Certain friends can help you more than they ever have in the past because you are specific about what you need. Singles will meet their dream romantic partners in a cooking or dancing class. Your best signs for romance are Aquarius and Aries. Your marriage months are August and October. Your lucky numbers are: 30, 2, 5,17 and 33. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Being right Isn't as important as being helpful, so work extra hours to cover for those who are absent. Admit to an error If it comes to light, but try to avoid making mistakes in the first place by double-checking all facts and figures. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Get off to an early start as the morning goes smoothly, and, as circumstances will have It, things will slow down by the evening. Delays In response regarding job applications or personal checks will clear up next week. Don't fret. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). If you said you'd do It, you must follow through. You will spend plenty of money on a child unexpectedly It goes to show that you would rather spend cash helping a struggling youth than buying a new pair of shoes for a party. • SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). A strong stand you'll make In politics could alienate those at home, but only temporarily. Depend on a father figure. He'll make a great mentor. Starting a new job may be Inhibited by red tape or delays In papenwork. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Focus on those you work with and old friends. Politics will take the front seat In your workplace. Your in-laws will bring financial gains to the horizon, but it may carry an unpleasant obligation. A fellow Aries will help you cook tonight. • AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). Personal chats at the office, or even banter among the staff, will get on your boss' nerves today Be alert and look busy Motivating others to catch up on work or take on new projects Is your specialty tonight. Don't be a follower. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Blending in with the background Is the safest spot as higher-ups look for employees to pick on. At home, you may feel singled out for criticism, but some of this is a projection of your mood. Pamper yourself this evening. Sallna forecast Today High: 64 Low: 55 Mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of thunderstorms. Tonight, a 60 percent chance of rain. 8:23 p.m. 6:31 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Thursday Friday High: 65 Low: 52 Mostly cloudy with a 50 percent chance of thunderstorms. High: 73 Low: 55 Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. Saturday 2li High: 72 Low: 58 Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. Sunday High: 75 Low: 53 \W Partly cloudy with a chance of thunderstorms. * Source: Sallna Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 87 70 92/1955 Low 60 46 19/1909 • High and low to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Tuesday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Monday (24 hours) 0.23 May to date 0.00 Average May 4.31 Year to date 9.97 Average year through May 10.99 Average year 30.43 Kansas today NEB. Colby 63°/38 COLO. KansasCtty 70°/56 Sallna 64°/55' Topeka 1 68757° Liberal | 72°/46° | TT^ Wichita 74''/60° Pittsburg 78^/64° OKU. ©2001 AccuWeathet^ Inc Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-stortns Rain Flurries Snow Ice 708 COLO WARM STAVONARY eZOOl AccuWeather, Inc. High Low Sfiowara Rain T-atomn Flurriea Snow lc« Sunn/ Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Kansas data U.S. forecasts HI LO PREC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanute 83 S8 Albuquerque 84 54 CIr Miami Beach 81 71 Rain Coffeyvllle 84 59 Anchoraae 48 33 Cidy Mpls-StPaul 68 SO CIdy Concordia 86 59 Atlanta 78 •56 PCIdy New Orleans 83 61 PCIdy Dodne City 90 55 Baltimore 85 64 CIr New York City 88 61 CIr Emporia 86 61 Boston 85 57 CIr Oklahoma City 82 66 CIr Garden City 92 53 Charlotte.N.C. 79 53 CIr Omaha 62 54 CIdy Goodland 91 56 Chicago 81 62 PCIdy Orlando 80 65 Rain Hill City 97 SO Dallas-Ft Worth 84 67 CIr Philadelphia 87 57 CIr Hutchinson 89 58 trace Denver 49 40 Rain Phoenix 94 71 CIr Lawrence 85 60 Honolulu 83 71 CIr St Louis 84 65 PCIdy Manhattan 89 63 Houston 84 68 PCIdy San Diego 64 58 PCIdy Russell 88 58 Kansas City 72 63 Rain San Francisco 73 51 CIr Topeka 86 58 Las Vegas 82 68 CIr Seattle 59 40 PCIdy Wichita 86 58 Los Angeles 68 55 PCIdy Waehington.D.C. 86 59 CIr KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL VVEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE vwvw.nws.noaa.gov weather warnings, forecasts, radar T ADVICE People ByThe Associated Press Geldof cares for tough critic LONDON — Rock star Bob Geldof says he's doing everything possible to make sure the orphaned girl he cares for remembers her late parents, INXS singer Michael Hutchence and British television personality Paula Yates., ' "I have the records, photos', videos and all that stuff for her," Geldof told Hello! magfizine in an interview published Tuesday. Hutchence committed suicide _ by hanging himself in a hotel GELDOF room in Sydney, Australia, in 1997. Yates was found dead at her London home in September. A British judge awarded Geldof, Yates' former husband, temporary custody of Tiger Lily, ruling in December that he should care for her for a year so she could remain in Britain with his other children, her three half-sisters. Geldof, one-time lead singer of the Boomtown Rats and organizer of the 1980s famine relief fund-raiser Live Aid, said the four girls were horrified when one of his old songs came on the radio. "The next song coincidentally was Michael's," he recalled. "Tiger was listening intently. At the end she said, 'My real dad's a better singer thatn you, Dad.' " Yeoh fights for local filmmakers TAIPEI, Taiwan — Michelle Yeoh, the first Asian to ever star in a James Bond movie, said Tuesday it was time to help local filmmakers and show off "the new general tion of talents" in the region. "We can do it, and we should do it ourselves," said the Malaysian-born actress who shot to Hollywood fame after the 1997 Bond movie "Tomorrow Never Dies." Yeoh was in Taiwan to launch a foundation for young overseas Chinese filmmakers. Yeoh's most recent hit was the Oscar-winning "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" directed by Taiwan-born Ang Lee. Subject of speech was a spectacle LONDON — "I have an important announcement tp make to you," Prime Minister Tony Blair told the London Press Club. "This is something I have been struggling with for a very long time." Addressing an awards lunch Monday, the 47-year-old Blair admitted to a laughing audience that he now needs to wear eyeglasses when making public speeches. . ;, He then retrieved a pair of fine-rimmed spectacles from his pocket and put them on. He has occasionally been photographed wearing eyeglasses to consult private papers but never to deliver an address. YEOH BLAIR Ann fans say counting pills is good medieine Dear Ann Landers: Thank you for printing the letter about counting pills received from the pharmacy Serious issues are involved here. First ^_ and foremost is that people might not get aU the medication they need. This is particularly important for those with life- threatening illnesses or those on maintenance medications. It is also important for those on antibiotics to take the entire number of pills prescribed. Those who do not take all their medication risk a recurrence or. contribute to an increase in resistant strains of bacteria. Second, most pharmacies that short-fill (or partial-fill) a prescription will bill the consumer or insurer for the full amount. .5 ft- " ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. # If the consumer does not return for the remaining piUs, the bill is never adjusted. In 1998, Tennessee, as part of a nationwide monetary settlement, required Wal- greens pharmacies bill for the amount actually dispensed. Within the past year, Tennessee has pursued several other nationwide pharmacy chains. While pharmacists have a special duty to patients, we must also remember they are human and can make mistakes. If your readers see' this happening more than once at the same pharmacy, they should contact the consumer division of their state attorney general's office. Sincerely — Paul G. Summers, Attorney General, Tennessee Dear Attorney General Summers: It's always good to get word from "the top." Thank you for taking the time and trouble to write. Here's more: From Pueblo, Colo.: You asked if any of your readers had received too many pills and returned them. I received too many on one occasion, but I did not return them. Normally I would have, but the prescription was for Viagra, and my HMO limits me to four pills a month. If I get an extra pill, you can bet I will hang on to it. Sterling, Va.: When I worked for the mentally handicapped, we had to dispense pills. We often discovered pharmacies had added a couple extra. It was such a pain in the neck to fill out the forms to return the pills that we kept them. Durham,. N.C.: No pharmacist 1 know would deliberately short-coimt a patient. Mistakes happen, but usually it's due to a machine miscount. You would be surprised how many people drop their medicine down the drain, in their car or behind the sofa and then blame the shortage on the pharmacy Seattle: When I had a root canal recently, my dentist prescribed pain medication. The pharmacist accidentally gave me 100 pills instead of 20. I returned them. The pharmacist said he was indebted to me for being so honest because those piUs could easily have been sold on the black market for $20 apiece. Dallas: I received too many pills and tried to return them to my pharmacy I was told, "Keep them, because we cannot resell pills once they leave our hands." West Hempstead, N.Y.: My pharmacist accidentally gave me 100 pills instead of 12. Did I take them back? No, I did not, and I never felt guilty Medicine costs enough these days. His loss was my gain. Calvert City, Ky.: I once received 120 Valium instead of my usual 100. I returned them, and the pharmacist gave me a store coupon, as a refund. Now when I say I've been short-changed, the pharmacist knows he can believe me. East Texas: I was supposed to get 100 pills at 60 mg. each. Instead, I'received 60 pills at 100 mg. each. Such mistakes can be fatal. Tell your readers to be vigilant. Write to Ann Landers at P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, IL 60611. TV TONIGHT 5/2/01 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 0PBS, B .H.-Hays Masterpiece Theatre's American Collection 54647 American High 59531 Walt for God Standard-TV S)TNN Martial Law 612173 Movie **)i"Laguna Heat" (1987) Harry Hamlin, Jason Robards. 682024 Hot Redding O NBC, Wichita Ed 9519 West Wing 9937 Law & Order 9173 News 1011127 Tonight Show ^Com. 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