Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 12, 1978 · Page 10
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 10

Ukiah, California
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Thursday, January 12, 1978
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10—Ukiah Dally Journal, Uklah, Calif. Thursday, January 12, 1978 ForFri.Jan. 13,1978 By SYDNEY OMARR "Taurup represents determination, a tenacity thai transforms apparent defeat into victory. Although; tough on the siirface, the native is attuned to moods, subtle nuances and comprehends music and the arts. Incidentally, mpre successful jazz musicians are born under Taurus than any other zodiacal sign. ARIES (March 21-Aprii 19): You are more aware oi surroundings than usual. You sense "break" forthcoming — you .have a right to be optimistic Aquarius, Scorpio, Leo persons figure in jHCture Confinement to home or hospital is temporary. TAURUS (April 20-May 20); Exchange of ideas proves fruitful; clash of concepts work to your advantage. Gemini, Virgo persons figure prominently. Member of opposite sex is intrigued — relationship could be meaningful. Gain indicated through written word. GEMINI (May 21-June M): Accent on home, domestic situation, remodeling, taking steps to beautify sui'rouridings, to bp more "comfortable.'* Prestige is on rise — one in authority lends you benefit of doubt. Proceed with confidence. CANCER (June 21-Jyiy 22): You gain insight into elusive problem. Open lines of communication. Be receptive — additional information is on the way. Long-distance call, message apt to be featured. Pisces, Virgo persons figure prominently. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): Chips are,down — dig deep, beneath layers of superficiality. Nothing is halfway — now ifs all or nothing. Leases, debts, payments, financial situation affecting partner or mate — these are featured. You'll have more pressure, responsiblity and opportunity for greater rewards. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Emphasis on publicity, legal affairs,' getting rid of situation that has been an emotional And fiiiancial burden. Aries, Libra figure prominently. You gain insights which affect a very close relationship. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Make fresh start, take cold plunge into future, avoid needless brooding. One who cares very much for you deserves consideration. Don't use emotional clout Moderate pace wins. Keep diet, health resolutions. Leo is in picture. SCORPIO (Oct7 23-Nov. 21): Impressions come fast and you're able to communicate them. Young persons are drawn to you. Love is in picture -- personal magnetisni flares. Aquarius, Cancer, Leo persons are part of scenario. Your number, for speculative purposes, is 11. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): There is a pulling in direction which could only take you back to past lessons, expenses. Resist! Highlight versatility, balance, humor — and exploit popularity which has accrued as result of recent right moves. CAPRICORN (De^. 22-Jan. 19): Short trip might be necessary; iron out details, get specifics in writing. Flippant relative is trying to make busy work. Know it and consider source. Aquarhis, Taurus, Scorpio persons could figure prominently. In matters of speculation, stick to number 4. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): Emphasis on costs, changes, inquiries, written notices. Gemini, Virgo figure prominently. Cycle is on upswing — what you yearn for is close at hand. Believe it, know it and you'll overcome obstacle involving temporary cash era- barassment. PISCES (Feb. 19-March20): You can get right price. Cycle is such that circumstances turn in your favor. Timing improves — those who were indifferent will how be enthusiastic. Take initiative. Make contacts, new starts. Buy gift for family member. Make peace within domestic circle. U. January 13th is your birthday, you can be rebellious. You did not fit in. with family pattern, you could have been separated from one or both parents literally or in psychological sense. Aquarius, Cancer and Scorpio persons play key roles in your life. May will be your most significant month of 1978, .a year which features travel.relief of burden, social life accelerated., and a chance to write, paint, express. They'll Do It Every Time Sheinwold on bridge Bidder and player tie in team match 6UE55 MlBiRMBH I GOT. HOME ANPTQLP MY AV3THER ABOUT FALLIN6 ON THE ICE, SHE CALLEP •THE "PO (rrOR... By ALFRED SHEINWOLD Which is more important — Wdding or play? The question was almost settled in a team match where one South was a fine bidd€|r and the South at the other^table was a terrible bidder biit a fine player. North dealer North-South vulnerable NORTH • A5 2 ' <7 A 10 8 6 4 0 4 *AK62 WEST • 764 7QJ93 0 J 10 8 «QJ4 EAST • 8 ^72 0 A K96 2 • 10 8 7 5 3 SOUTH • KQJ 10 9 3 0 Q753 *9 North 1^ 2* 4 NT 6,* East Pass Pass Pass All Pass South 1 4 3* 5* Wes( Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— • 4 At, both tables West led a trump. Both declarers won, took the top hearts and ruffed a heart. The first South next led a low diamond. West won and led a second trump. Now South had to lose a diamond at the end. Down one. The other South brilliantly led the queen of diamonds after ruffihg a heart. East had to Win, and East coul^ not return a trump. TWELVE TRICKS The second declarer could ruff two diamonds in dui^my and discard his last diamond on, the ace of clubS; But somehow he had managed to bid a grand slam. Down "one also. • It looks like a stand-off, but this column will break the tie: Bet on the good bidder. The fine player in today's hand couldn't possibly make seven spades. The good bidder would have made six spades {^gainst any lead but a trump or if either spades or hearts had broken evenly. A good bidder seldom has jffoblems in the play of the cards. A good player cannot solve all of the problems that he has created by his bad bidding. DAILY QUESTION Partner deals and bids one. spade, and th'e next player passes. You hold: Spades A 5 2, Hearts A 10 8 6 4, Diamonds i4, C3ubs A K 6 2. What do you say? • ANSWER: Bid two hearts. The hand is not quite strong enough for a jump to three hearts*^ You plan to bid the clubs next and then jump in spades to show the distribution and . your strength. HETOLPyoUTOTAKE !TEA$V,HUH ?UiaL, THAT MAKES SENSE..CAN IGETYOUANVTHlNe?. NO, THANK VOU, SIR... I'M JUSt GOING TO LIE HERE, ANPTRV TO REAP "PILGRIM'S PROmsS' IF THE FALL ON THE ICEPIPN'T QIVEVOU A CONCUSSION, MARCIE, THAT WILL! BLONDIE By Jim Raymond BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker ALLEY OOP by DOT * Grau« Daily Crossword ACROSS 1 Arab country 5 Beverages 9 Cameroon tribe 12 Italian iriver 13 Bring to ruin 14 Noise 15 Sedan, for one 16 Sconish Highlander 17 Augment 18 Breast 20 Nanny 22 Mother of mankind 23 Female saint (abbr.) 24 Eisenhower's nickname 27 Compass point 29 Mansards 4BXtension 33 Pours 35 Songstress Minnelli , 36 Leases 37 Slews 40 Run away to marry • 42 Prior to 43 Existed 44 Belonging to the thing 46 Actress Novak 48 Pleasure boat •50 Sleep noisily 53 Author Fleming' 54 One-billionth (prefix) 56 First-rate • (comp, wd.) 58 Ask for payment 59 Newspaper article 60 Gestures assent 61 Resort' 62 Surrender 63 Heave to Answer to Previous Puzzle F E N D c H 1 0 P A L D A C E 1 0 N p E T E A R A L s 1 C s E T E E S A e c s A 1 iT E M T 0 0 T S c H E L 1 N T E L 0 U S T F 1 R 1 B 0 s 0 N T 0 F P 0 0 A R s 1 Sj S >U P 0 w Q" T" A s T 0 R T 1" 1 A N 8 AI M N 1 E C E A Q 0 U F 0 si IF R A Y N 0 0 E A V E II 1 N E T S E 0 R E W ••DEI 1 by Stoffer & Heimdohl 8 DOWN 1 Auto club 2 Thrash soundly 3 Within (pref.) 4 Hangman's knot 5 Eke 6 Genetic material (abbr.) 7 Paradises Dissolved substance 9 Fatefultime for Caesar 10 Two-wheeled vehicle 11 Dollar bill ' 19 Stove 21 Domain 24 Loiter 25 Part of a ship 26 Outer (prefix) 28 Being (Lat.) 30 Prospect 31 Old Testament book 32 Talk back 34 Cold dish Maddening My (Ger.) Of a nationality Profess Wails Yawn Indian coin Bulb Inner (prefix) Identifications (si.) Comedian Sparks Sixth sense (abbr.) SOMETIMES THE MOTOR. MAKES A RJNNV NOISE, BUT Ifs HARD TO r—^ i DESCRIBE/ »— -r ' UE'S ^ HAVE A, HMMM, HMMM, AN' MMMMT^ THAT'S EXACTUy WHAT IT SOUNDS UKE/ ZOONIES by Craig Leggett 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 |„ 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 • 28 • 29 30 31 32 33 34 1 • 36 • I 38 39 40 1 • r 44 • Us 47 • 48 49 1 50 51 53 . 54 55 56 57 58 59 'I 60 61 • ^2. 63 12 FUNNY BUSINESS / 0y Aoger fio//en © "197a tiy NEA. he.. T.K. R^). U.S. Pa. 0«. FR^NK AND ERNEST by Bob Thoyes \ iraPPET- / POrr /Alo SEEM MTlMG TOO - - X Ju5r HAD A I THA ,xie$ 1-17- . SHORT RIBS WHAT iQU\a40Reo6RWH\H& t ?OINVLIMPU NEWmNCE, AttccAsiNt/ sweetie. OFCOURGE NOT SlLiy. / by Frank Hill

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