Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on January 25, 1978 · Page 71
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 71

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, January 25, 1978
Page 71
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22—Ukiah Daily Journal, Ukiah, Calif. Wednesday, January 25, 1978 For Thursday, January 26. 1978 By SYDNEY OMARR Do you know a Scorpio? These are competitive people, passionate in convictions, willing to fight when cause is right. Libra makes money with Scorpio, Cancer is physically drawn to this sign —Taurus signs agreements and Sagittarius confides secrets. More U.S. Presidents have been born under Scorpio —and some astrologers insist this indicates Americans votes for "sexiest" candidate. ARIES (Mar. 21 - Apr. 19): Stress hard news — be direct, assume responsibility. Capricorn, Cancer persons figure prominently. In matters of speculation, stick to number 8. Older individual on your side but cannot fully accede to your requests. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 20): Added recognition featured. You get more than you bargained for— especially where love is concerned. Past efforts pay off — aggressive individual wants to handle your affairs. Be selective, give logic equal time with impulse. Young person cares deeply. • GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): You break through red tape. Restrictions can be lifted —cash flow could resume. Parent or authority figure seeks return to "tradition." You have own life to lead. Know it; act intent, aware and determined. You'll win. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Areas previously dark receive benefit of greater light. Aquarian in picture. Learn by teaching —follow hunch. Your intuition sharp. You know what is to occur. Take advantage of foreknowledge. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): The more flexible you are, the greater your chances for money gain. Know it; act accordingly. Gemini, Sagittarius persons figure in scenario —so does number 3. A dream could be significant. You receive news from one temporarily restricted in movement. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22): Cycle is such that you are at right place at right time. Be confident enough to • take initiative. Aquarius, Leo, Taurus could be in picture. You can break through, imprint style and dance to your own tune. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): Be willing to put facts together, deduct probablities. Gain shown for you now through written word. Express yourself —don't be satisfied to know merely that something occurred. Find out why. Accent on dreams, hospital visits, clubs, activity associated with media. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Emphases on friendship, harmony at home, purchase which beautifies surroundings. Taurus, Libra figure prominently. Rdmance is now part of personal scenario. Budget and luxury item also command attention. Keep promise to family member. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21): Emphasis on climb to top, dealing successfully with superiors, authority figures, including parents. Define terms, ^strive to make meanings crystal-clear. Element of «Weception present, affects business transaction or announcement which could be premature. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): Good lunar aspect coincides with philosophy, religion, looking ahead, overcoming language and age barriers. Emphasis on travel, getting organized, making commitment. If single, marital status could soon change. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): Be sure you are not paying for someone else's mistake. Make inquiries; let others know you are not without allies. Aries, Libra figure prominently, —so does number 9. One close to you has money problem question. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20): Follow through onjegal decision, partnership. Emphasis on gaming understanding of those who might hold opposing views. Leo, Aquarius figure prominetly. Postpone new projects. Reserve judgment on new contacts. IF JANUARY 26TH IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you are stronger than many might suspect. You are creative, stubborn, passionate and will remain to the end, knowing always that goal will be achieved. Capricorn, Cancer persons play important roles in your life. January and October are outstanding months for you in 1978, a year which sees you developing in spiritual, emotional areas. You could also strike a real estate bonanza. They'll Do It Every Time Sheinwold on bridge Help your partner by breaking rules By ALFRED SHEINWOLD A defender usually avoids leading a suit that dummy can ruff because that does declarer's work for him. As a rule, you lead some other suit and let declarer do his own work, but there are' times to break this rule. East dealer North-South vulnerable NORTH * A98 •:• Q .110 9 3 + K Q .1 r> WEST * K , r > 2 :' i) 7 fi 2 •: K 7 * 9 8 6 4 EAST 463 :' AQ J > 864 * A 102 103 SOUTH * Q ,1 10 7 4 :' K 8 4 '.' A r> 2 0 7 3 East i •:' Pass South 1 4 44 West 2 '' All Pass North 34 Opening lead — '.•' 2 East took the ace of hearts and returned a trump because all of the side suits looked unpromising. South won with the queen of trumps and held the next trick with the jack of trumps. He then forced out the aee of clubs. East switched back to hearts, but it was too late. South Jook the king of hearts, led a trump to the ace, and discarded his last heart on a high club. Then he could afford to lose a diamond. LIMITED STRENGTH Since West's bidding promised only limited strength, East should play for a trump trick. East can hardly hope for a trump trick if he leads trumps but may promote a trick for his partner if he returns a heart. South must take the king of hearts and lead the queen of spades for a finesse. When that holds, South"leads a low trump to dummy's- nine and then leads the queen of diamonds for a finesse. West wins and leads a third heart, forcing dummy to ruff. Now West gets a trump trick, and South is down one. DAILY QUESTION Partner opens with one heart, and the next player passes. You hold: Spades A 9 8, Hearts 5, Diamonds Q J 10 9 3, Clubs K Q J 5. What do you say? ANSWER: Bid two diamonds, You plan to show the clubs next, suggesting game in a minor' suit. If partner tries for game in notrump, you will have no objection. AMP JUST AS I WAS /MEASURING THE UIIOTH OF THE STREET IN FRONT OF OUR SCHOOL, A TRUCK RAN OVER THE RULER... 5O MUCH FOR AW REPORT ON jMPROVEP TRAFFIC CONTROL WHAT ABOI/T MY RULER? I6NO(?E HIM,MA'AM, HE HASAONE-T MINP) BLONDIE By Jim Raymond I'M SELLING f A PANTASTIC NJEW BOOK' V . j IN THIS BOOK S GUARANTEED TO IMPROVE YOUR MEMORY IN ONE SHORT WEEK' MOW MUCH IS THE BOOK"? BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker I WOKE UP WITH A STIFF ARM,SARGE WELL, IT POESN'T HAVE TO BE A FIST, POES IT? 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