The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 7, 2001 · Page 23
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a ' THE SAUNA JOURNAL MONDAY, MAY 7, 2001 B11 ' Hoposcopeg By Joyce Jillson Creators Syndicate Inc. • ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19). A romantic potential will give you an inexpensive but beautiful gift. Your punctuality and dependability are your challenges this morning. If you can maintain a level of class when others crumble and fight, you'll be.commended. • TAURUS (April 20-May 20). You get to your goal faster when you apply your own standards, instead of going strictly by the company rules. Wherever you feel comfortable, you'll be Invited to return. Someone is watching you. Solve your own mysteries tonight. • GEMINI (May 21-June 21). Your hesitation to commit to someone is rooted in your deep subconscious. An old flame will come blazing back into your life. A Jealous colleague could be withholding information. Be true to your own; vision, and don't follow the crowd. • CANCER (June 22-July 22). You'll be tempted to rush into a relationship, but maintaining a cool ' pace will be more effective. Try to re-establish your priorities. Your single-minded approach works in business but not with relatives. Tal<e time out for yourself. • LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Get out of the office, and see what you can accomplish. Your sudden popularity will bring confidence and new love. Youj actions could permanently shape the'attitudes of children tonight. Do whHt is right, not what is fun. Celebrate a small victory. •JODAY'S BIRTHDAY {May 7). You tai<e the initiative to do whatever you want, which is why you'll be the big moneymaker. This month is exceptionally lucky on the romantic front. By August, you could get engaged to a special individual. Your best signs for love are Gemini and Cancer. A sale at the end of tfie summer will allow you to make a big purchase. Your marriage months are July and October. Your lucky numbers are: 8, 33, 26, 9 and 14. • VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). You'll find a safe environment to pursue your artistic and creative goals. Indulge children's imaginations with your own works of '.ah. You'll link business with marriage this afternoon. Friends yoihiseldom see will make your evening sparkle. • LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). You can be as disciplined about personal goals as you are about work if you build some accountability into your plan. Mysterious experiences will underscore your faith. By the end of the night, you won't believe your eyesl. • SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). incomplete projects make you nervous. Set deadlines and stick to them. Teens could come to live with you, so welcome them with open arms. Visualize your powers and^prioritize your schedule. Eat greens to improve digestion. rl'^AGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You'll learn by making mistakes. If you don't take a chance, you will stop growing, mentally and emotionally. Write down, your future plans -organization is inspirational. If you need support, be the support for someone else first. • CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Dissatisfaction will prompt change and growth. Worries that are a result from an awkward family situation are invalid, so focus your attention elsewhere. You'll find wonderful deals when you shop. Children may be unreasonable. « AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). You're as diplomatic as anyone could expect you to be. You could tune in and then make a conscious decision to stay out of uncomfortable circles. Sweethearts will know each others' wants and needs without saying much. • PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). If you're confused about what's expected of you, stay put and observe your surroundings. Making eye contact and using body language will provide the' best results for communication, because words are unreliable. Salina forecast Today Kansas today High: 71 Low: 47 Partly cloudy. North wind around 10 mph. Tonight, partly cloudy. 8:28 p.m. 6:25 a.m. Today's Sunset Tomorrow's Sunrise Tuesday High: 73 Low: 53 Partly cloudy. Wednesday High: 77 Low: 58 Partly cloudy. Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-storms Rain Flurries Snow Ice U.S. today Thursday Friday High: 80 Low: 60 Partly cloudy with a chance of showers and thunderstorms. High: 72 Low: 55 Partly cloudy with a Chance of showers and thunderstorms. COLD WARM STATIONARY © 2001 AccuWeather, Inc. High Low Showers Rain T-storms Flurries Snow Ice Sunny Pt. Cloudy Cloudy ' Source: Salina Journal Weather Station TEMPERATURES Yesterday Normal Record/Year High 74 73 94/1955 Low 55 51 31 /1944 • High and iow to 9 p.m. PRECIPITATION Sunday (to 9 p.m.) 0.00 Saturday (24 hours) 0.09 May to date 1.41 Average May 4.31 Year to date 11.38 Average year through May. 10.99 Average year 30.43 Kansas data U.S. forecasts HI LO 'REC HI LO OTLK HI LO OTLK Chanute 76 57 .46 Albuquerque 80 48 CIr Miami Beach 82 70 PCIdy Cofleyville 77 64 .12 Anchorage 50 34 PCIdy Mpls-St Paul 61 5] PCIdy Concordia 70 53 .17 Atlanta 77 62 CIdy New Orleans 85 67 PCIdy Dodge City 70 45 Baltimore 67 43 CIr New York City 69 48 CIr Emporia 77 57 .17 Boston 64 40 CIr Oklahoma City 73 57 PCIdy Garden City 67 42 Charlotte.N.C. 64 53 Cldy Omaha 70 45 CIr Goodland 63 42 Chicago 74 57 Rain Orlando 82 61 CIr Hill City 68 50 .02 Dallas-Ft Worth 79 64 Cldy Philadelphia 68 42 CIr Hutchinson 78 54 .61 Denver 61 35 PCIdy Phoenix 99 69 CIr Lawrence 76 62 .42 Honolulu 85 69 CIr San Antonio as 71 PCIdy Manhattan 74 57 .33 Houston 84 68 Cldy San Diego 73 59 CIr Russell 70 49 T Kansas City 68 50 CIr San Francisco 72 52 CIr TopeKa 73 62 .33 Las Vegas 97 67 CIr Seattle 70 43 PCIdy Wichita 77 56 .26 Los Angeles 82 58 CIr Washington.D.C 67 47 CIr KANSAS ROAD CONDITIONS HOTLINE 1-800-585-7623 Provided by the Kansas Highway Patrol NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE WEB SITE vvww.nws.noaa.gov weather warnings, forecasts, radar People By The Associated Press Marie journeys back to husband .: SALT LAKE CITY — It's been a year since Marie Osmond was separated from her husband and publicly declared the details of her struggle ' with postpartum depression. Today, Osmond and her husband are reconciled, and she's touring to promote her new book, "Behind the Smile: My ' Journey Out of Postpartum Depression." "We're doing awesome. Just to- noK /miLin ^ally awesome," said Osmond, : OSMOND who will sign her book in Salt Lake City Monday and Provo Tuesday In the book, published by Warner Books, Osmond reveals that she was sexually abused as a . child. She does not elaborate in the book and has not on tour, except to say it was an experience she hid from her family until recently "I couldn't be honest in my own story if I didn't reveal it," she said. "But that was a long time ago." She said many women who suffer from postpartum depression were also sexually abused in their youth. "Abuse of some sort seems to be a common link," Osmond said. Freeman donates quarter million MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Actor Morgan Freeman has donated $250,000 to establish a chair of performing arts at a college preparatory school for • girls. The endowed teaching position at the Hutchison School will honor Freeman's wife, Myrna Colley-Lee, and their granddaughter, E'Dena Hines. Hines, 18, will graduate from the school this year. "We feel this gift is important p„ppn..», because the high school theater FRttMAN experience allows students to gain confidence and to explore their talents," Colley-Lee said Friday "We have seen this firsthand through E'Dena's involvement." Art says the darnedest things PUEBLO, Colo. — Humorist Art Linkletter has his own guide for telling when a person is getting old. "Like when you sit down in a rocking chair and you can't make it go. Or you sink your teeth into a steak and they stay there," the 88-year-old author and television personality said Friday during a promotion for his 23rd book, "Getting Old Isn't For Sissies." The great-grandfather of 13 CTTBP said aging can be a liberating LINKLETTER and joyful process with the right attitude. "The question is not 'How old are you?' " he said, "The right way to ask is to say 'How are you old?' A lot of people grow old too early because they forget how to laugh as aches and pains make life a bit more difficult." T ADVICE DEA head warns parents of the agony of Ecstasy Dear Ann Landers: As the administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration and the parent of three teen-agers, I am extremely concerned about the problem of Ecstasy and the look-alike killer drug PMA. Many of your readers are also parents who are not familiar with the "rave" scene where these drugs are readily available to their children. "Raves" are parties set up in various venues by promoters — in warehouses, fields, stadiums or clubs. They are frequently advertised as alcohol-free ^ events, giving parents a false sense of security Promoters hire security guards so parties will appear safe, but they instruct the guards to look the other way when they encounter drug use. ANN LANDERS Creators Syndicate Inc. In many cases, Ecstasy and other drugs are sold at raves for $25 to $40 a pill, generating a huge profit for the manufacturers who make these pills for under 50 cents apiece. Ecstasy is called the "hug drug" because it lowers users' inhibitions and, makes them crave physical contact and visual stimulation. The National Institute on Drug Abuse has determined the drug can cause permanent changes in the brain's chemistry Ecstasy use causes severe dehydration and can raise users' body temperatures to as high as 108 degrees. Some unscrupulous promoters, looking to sell bottled water at exorbitant prices, have turned off water supplies at rave venues, exacerbating the dangers for our children. Promoters have been known to leave overdosing kids in alleyways outside their premises. Many kids believe Ecstasy is harmless, but its use has resulted in thousands of overdoses and several deaths. Parents should look for the warning sigiis of Ec­ stasy use — strange paraphernalia including pacifiers, Vicks VapoRub, surgical masks and glowsticks. And kids who attend these raves should know the hallucinogen PMA is being passed off as Ecstasy This drug is marketed under brand names such as "Death" and "Mitsubishi Double Stack." Last year, three kids died in Chicago from PMA ingestion, and there have been seven deaths in central Florida attributed to PMA. There is lots of misinformation about Ecstasy out there, particularly on the Internet, and some of it gives the mistaken impression Ecstasy is harmless and even beneficial. I implore parents to become better educated about the dangers of Ecstasy and PMA, and ask them to warn their children about the real nature of the rave scene. — Donnie R. Marshall, administrator, DEA, U.S. Department of Justice Dear Mr. Marshall: You have written a letter that could save many young lives and spare countless parents from a great deal of anguish. For those who are interested in more information on today's drug scene, I have recently updated my booklet "The Lowdown on Dope." It now includes the bottom line on club drugs such as Ecstasy, PMA, Keta- mine, Rohypnol and GHB as well as expanded sections on inhalants, steroids, marijuana, heroin, cocaine and nicotine. Parents should be aware there are a tremendous number of substances available to young people today, and educating yourselves about the dangers is the best way'to protect your children. Anyone who would like to order a copy of my updated booklet should send a check or money order for $5 (Canada, $6) and a long, self-addressed envelope to "The Lowdown on Dope" RO. Box 11562, Chicago, IL 60611-0562. (This includes postage and handling.) Write to Ann Landers at P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, IL 60611. 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Victory Hour 70552 Special Programming 89200 Special Programming 76736 Coyote 93991 Coyote 19939 ESESPN2 Douglas-Tyson 6191571 All vs. Foreman 61//991 Hagler vs. Leonard 6197755 RPM2Nlght INHL 8431571 QWGN Movie *** "Thelma & Louise" (1991) 585200 News 688736 Heat of Night 681823 ES) Family Chan. Movie **» "My Blue Heaven" (1990) 941718 Freaks and Gee ks 426084 700 Club 276561 QPBS ,Wic.-Hut. Antiques Roadshow 65620 American Experience 85484 Net Cafe News 87197 ED TNT NBA Basketball Playoffs; Mavericks at Spurs 833216 NBA 404736 "National Lamp." 236262 QABC , Kan. City Movie "Air Force One" (1997) The U.S. president battles terrorists aboard his plane. 784378 News 3814842 Seinfeld GQCart. Network Courage-Dog Dexfer'sLab Bugs 2559129 Tom and Jerry Fllntstones Scooby Doo Courage-Dog Dexter's Lab fQ ABC, Wichita Movie "Air Force One" (1997) The U.S. president battles terrorists aboard his plane. 954674 News 6752277 NIghtllne EBsci Fl Movie * * "Meteor" (1979) Sean Connery. (CC) 3085194 Outer Limits 29 58397 Crossing Over Crossing Over fS CBS, Wichita King 7281 Yes Dear 1939 Raymond 6129 Becker 2736 Family Law 99976 News 3401705 Late Show EQAP Crater Lions 41674 Big Cat Diary Wildlife 65736 Insectia 10216 Insectia 80194 Crater Lions 40945 fpCBS ,Topel(a King 2755 Yes Dear 4842 Raymond 4303 Becker 6610 Family Uw 54552 News 2580587 Late Show 03 Lifetime Unsolved Mysteries 921674 Movie "Sex, Lies & Obsession" (2001) Harry Hamlin. 104858 Golden Girls Golden Girls fQ Encore Movie **"Dr( )p Dead Gorgeous" (1999) (CC) 6917465 Movie **« "Switch" (1991) 5142804 90301533 09 USA Nash Bridges 316026 Movie * * s "Six Days, Seven Nights" (1998) 396262 Martin 114755 Martin 296303 fEl @howtlme Movie *n "3 Strikes" (2000) iTV. 645197 Extras 309216 Chris Isaak 312200 Movie "Dick" (CC) 6177571 EE) CNBC Hardball 6279303 Rivera Live 6182823 Brian Williams 6275587 Hardball 6278674 fOtllBO Movie * * "28 Days" (2000) (CC) 6639151 Moulin Rouge Movie *U "Splendor" (1999) (CC) 40303007 BI Encore Plus Movie "Cash McCall" Cont'd Movie ***«"TheNutty Profe ssor" (1963) 4794736 "Burning Secret" 86909571 fQcinemax Movie ** "Striking Distance" (1993) (CC) 29081668 Movie "Kale's Addiction" (1999) 383823 291939 ffiTLC Junkyard Wars 985026 Police, Camera 766754 Chasing-Storms 974910 Junkyard Wars 984397 fEIStarzl Movie * H "The Skulls" (2000) Joshua Jackson. 8429281 Movle"GetBrucel" 6977281 "Outside Prov" 67332129 Fox Sports Vou-SeeThis! Preps 154194 WTA Tennis Betty Barclay Cup - Final. 773858 Sports 303533 Sports 312281 @ Discovery Nigel's Wild 778842 Ultimate Guide 754262 Ultimate Guide 774026 Justice Files 777113 @A &E Biography 763910 100 Centre Street 852858 Investigative Reports 769194 Law & Order 762281 ®CNN Blltzer 302303 Point 954200 Larry King Live 307378 CNN Tonight Spin Room Sports 292587 Moneyllne SBET Movie "A Private Affair" (2000) Clifton Powell 112378 Comicview 231842 BET News BET Tonight SVVTBS Movie * * * "Thelma & Louise" (1991) Susan Sarandon. 99792587 "The Hand That Rocks the Cradle" 1037649 ^Univlsion Abrazame Muy Fuerle 41620 Ml Destine EresTii 67668 Cristina: Edi. E 47804 P. Impacto Notlclero Univ. S3f /x M*A*S'H M'A'S'H Movie ** "The Great White Hype" (1996) 7228842 Test 1264668 Color 1346216 ^AMC Movie **'i "Rock-a-ByeBaby" (1958) 51051465 Backstory Movie "Friendly Persuasion" (1956) 775533 Ql Odyssey Medicine Wom m 8128571 Movie **» "15 Amore" (2000) Lisa Hensley. 8115007 Rescue 911 Rescue 911 ^Disney Movie Cont'd Movie ** "Star Kid" (1997) Joseph Mazzello. 66166026 Movie "batteries not included" 2418718 @MTV Grab the MIc: Hip Hop 626002 Cribs: Urge 321610 Videos 375804 Celebrity Celebrity Celebrity QSEI Scandals Scandals True Hollywood Story 871484 Stern 657991 Stern 673939 CHANNELS NOl @VH-1, ESFitr LISTED: mPrevue, ia Education Access, 80 Government Access, B] VI, EB Court TV, ^MSNBC, EgHome & Garden, Q) Knowledge TV, Ql Weather Channel, Headline News, ^Home Shopping Network, QEIQVC, W)TC;I FYI, BiJUSPANZ, Qc] Country Music Television, =ox News, GBThe Food Network, GBAmerica's Jewelry Store, ffijCSPAN, HI-EPay Per View, fflPlayboy

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