Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming on January 25, 1985 · 40
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Casper Star-Tribune from Casper, Wyoming · 40

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Friday, Jan. 25,1985 Film addressing sexual child GorenSHarif: Don't signal the opponents East-West vulnerable. South deals NORTH J87 9A9652 0 AKJ8 J WEST EAST Q109 46542 ?83 "?10 0 62 OQ1043 A10865S 4Q972 SOUTH AKS VKQJ74 0 975 K4 The bidding: South West North Eait 1 P Paw 4 Paw 4 ? Put PaM Paw Opening lead: Three of abuse to be shown at NCPL At rubber bridge an overtrick usually doesn't matter much. At duplicate, however, It can sometimes make the difference between a top and t bottom score. Here, it earned a top for West Coast star Tony Kasday on this hand from the Mixed Pair Championship at the recent Fall North American Championships in San Diego. North's jump to four clubs was a splinter bid. It showed a singleton in the bid suit and the equivalent ol a game force in opener's suit. Since the king of clubs was now a wasted value, South had no interest beyond game. West led a trump and declarer drew a second round. The normal line of play is to cash a high dia mond and then take the diamond finesse. If it works, or If the suit splits evenly, declarer makes an overtrick -either he loses no diamond trick or he gets a spade discard on the 13th diamond. That Is how declarer started to play the hand. However, when he led a diamond to dummy's ace, West started an echo with the fix. Declarer returned the jack of clubs from dummy, covered by the queen and king and won by the ace. West shot back the deuce of diamonds, to complete an echo in the suit. Now it made no difference at all to East how many diamonds his partner held. But declarer was greatly interested to learn that West had an even number of diamonds, and he elected to play-him for a doubleton. He rose with . the ace of diamonds, crossed to the ace of spades and ruffed a club. Next came the king of spades and ': another, and West found himself on ; lead with nothing but clubs. His forced return of that suit presented ' Kasday with a ruff-sluff that en-; abled him to get rid of his loaing dia- mond for the all-important overtrick. By LAURA WITHERS Of the Natrona County Public Library Parents are invited to attend a special Film and discussion program on preventing sexual abuse of children. This "parents' preview" will be held Tuesday, Jan. 29, at 7:30 p.m. in the Crawford Room of the library. On Saturday, Feb. 2, at 10 a.m., the program will be repeated for parents and children, and children who bring written parental permission to attend. The film, which is straightfor Friends of the Library provide coffee and tea at no charge, so you need only bring a sack lunch. All adults are welcome to attend these free programs. This week's Story Time, on Tuesday and Wednesday at 9:30 and 10:30 a.m., will present "Fix-it," "Good As New," "Teddy Bears' Moving Days," and "Two Greedy Bears." Please make reservations for your three to five year old at 237-4935. For information about Charles Corel's new newsletter for bridge player, writ Gore Bridge LetUr, 1909 Clnnaminsoa Av., Clnnamln-on, N.J. 08077. D8 Star-Tribune, Casper, Wyo. ward yet entertaining, reinforces the "don't talk to strangers" idea. It also illustrates ways children can protect themselves or avoid threatening situations, and what to do if they become victims of sexual abuse. Speakers from D-PASS and the Natrona County Sheriffs Dept. will discuss and answer questions Tuesday evening, and printed handouts will be available. Tuesday's Brown Bag program, at noon in the Crawford Room, will feature a film on "The West of Charles Russell." Brown Bagger programs, each Tuesday, offer a wide range of topics and special guests. The Volunteers make a major contribution to the library, helping out in every department, often doing "little extras" for staff and patrons. One such lady is Judy Kraen, who keeps the "Coupon Exchange" box neatly organized for patron convenience. The heavy use the exchange box gets attests to its popularity and the fine job Judy does. Another volunteer, Phyllis Beech, has helped out at the Circulation Desk for quite a long time, but a broken leg has kept her away recently. She's been missed and everyone hopes she'll be "back in Circulation" soon. Thanks to the Murie Audubon Society, the library now has an excellent videotape, "Watching Birds with Roger Tory Peterson," which features sights and sounds of 52 common and backyard birds. It's a good introduction to the joys of bird watching... available upstairs in Audio-Visual. I f" ' ' TV ' I t - jy . ' ' v , t ti. i I i ' V ! I ' V"-. ' ' ' I j 7 1 ' ' "2 Miss Wyoming, Emily Ernst of Gillette, squeezes Kelly Ann Hu's hand, Miss Hawaii, as she reacts to the judges' decision naming her 1985 Miss Teen USA, with Ernst named first runner-up. Dreams do come true, just ask Gillette's Emily Ernst CHEYENNE (AP) - Emily Ernst dreamed of being a beauty queen one day, and now her dreams have come true. The 17-year-old Gillette girl returned to Wyoming Wednesday, "wilted and happy" after being named first runner-up in the Miss Teen USA contest in Miami Tuesday night. "I really didn't think it was happening," the reigning Miss Teen Wyoming told a reporter in Cheyenne. "I really didn't expect it. I didn't even think I was going to win the state pageant." The Campbell County High chool senior won the state title in August and then started preparing for the national contest. ; "I went and tanned a lot in a recreation center in Gillette," she said and talked to other girls who had competed in pageants. - "I was ready to be there when I got there," she said. "Getting ready went so slow, the pageant "took forever to get here." She was in Miami three weeks for appearances, judging and filming. "They told us to go out and have fun." she aid. "But they showed us what to have fun doing, and they filmed us while we were doing it." She won $500, plus a $1,000 wardrobe and other prizes in the state contest and received a $25,000 scholarship and other prizes as national runner-up. It was the first time a Wyoming girl had made the top 10 during the three-year history of the pageant. Her high school principal, Mark Higdon, said Ernst is an outstanding student. "She's a great kid, and we're all just real happy for her," he said. Ernst said her goal is to become a high school guidance counselor after colleee "I'd like to go to the University of Miami," she said. "I decided I like Miami after being there, and it's warm." But her immediate goals were a little less lofty. She said she was anxious to return to Gillette and order a pizza and invite some friends over. She would assume the title if the winner, Miss Teen Hawaii, Kelly Ann Hu, 16, cannot finish her reign. 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