Hope Star from Hope, Arkansas on December 19, 1977 · Page 13
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Monday, December 19, 1977 HOPE (AKK.i STAR Page Thirteen For Tuesday. Dec. 20, 1977 ASTRO-GRAPH Bernice Bede Osol GflrafoOay Dec. 20, 1977 Overlook no opportunity this corning year to gain additional knowledge in your chosen field. Proper preparation could later lead to advancement SAGITTARIUS (Nov.23-Dec.21) Helpers may be hard to come by if you treat (hem disdainfully today. Remember, Santa keeps HI? elves because he makes them feel important. Find out to whom you're romantically suited by sending for your copy of Astro-Graph Letter. Mail 50 cents for each and a long, self- addressed, stamped envelope to Astro-Graph, P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, N.Y.10019! Be sure to specify your birth sign. CAPRICORN (Dec.22-Jan.19) In dealing with youngsters today you could run into a battle of wills. If you feel your position is fair and just, stick to your guns AQUARIUS (Jan.20-Fab.19) Schedule domestic chores, especially unpleasant ones, early in the day. Otherwise you'll never quite catch up. PISCES (Feb.20-March 20) Check carefully anything In writing before you send it off today. You could err through haste, and change your intended meaning. ARIES (March 21-April 19) When shopping today, be aware of your bank" balance. You have an unfortunate predilection for spending too lavishly. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Domestic situations will not be exactly to your liking today, but they're not as bad as you may make them. Curb impulses to overreact. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Normally you're not one to keep things to yourself if something annoys you. Today you could be frustrated because you're too secretive. CANCER (June 21-July 22) How liberal you are with a dollar today will largely be governed by the company you keep or who you feel you have to keep up with. LEO (July 23-Aug.22) Today you may be in for a rude awakening when you discover the world is marching to a different drummer than you are. Change your beat. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sepi. ??> HP v- say information rcvjicl ups«' you needless v todav Do- ; Push !he pan.c button t,i| VCu know the facts LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.23) You M be out of your element in , 0int ventures today ,f V ou'ro involved with someone more aggressive than you He could make you a sacrificial lamb SCORPIO (Oc».Z4-Nov 22)'Decisions made under pressure £ n y K W ,"' n0t be your best'. !>tall before commuting yourself until you have time to thmk it over Aircraft carriers, the largest cargo ships and tankers and some passenger linen; are too large to pass 4hr-3ugh the Panama Canal. r It's back to the good guvs lor 01 Ivor By JAY SHARBUTT AP Television Writer ANGELES |AP> - Joe Don Baker usually is on one side of the law or the other in films. He was a convict in "Cool Hand Luke." As Sheriff Buford Pusser, he batted Tennessee baddies in "Walking Tall." After that, he was a Mafia hit man in "Charley Varrick," then.a gunsel who hit the Mafia in "The Outfit." Now he's back wth the good guys in a four- BRIDGE Oswald and Jim Jacoby Lead low for finesse hour NBC movie to air March 20-21. It's "To Kill a Cop." He plays a New York detective trying to nail a black radical who kills cops. Baker, down- home of manner, was asked if it doesn't feel weird playing one of Fun City's finest. « "For a Texas boy, a small- town Texas boy? Yes, indeed," drawled the &-foot-2, 200-pound native of Groesbeck in central Texas. Baker may be an industrial- strongth tough guy in films, but in the flesh he's an articulate, soft-spoken, pleasant man. He even holds a degree in business, of all things, from North Texas State. It was there, ho s.nd. In- cot into the business of acting The decision was piivinlrii by much indecision, he mM»\l: "When I was a freshman, I said, 'Well, next year I'll know what I want to do.' Sophomore year, I said the same thing. "Finally I got to bo ;\ senior and I still didn't know what in hell I wanted to do. Then n friend got me in a college play, two or three lines, and I got bit by the acting bug." It stuck with him HHOU^'H ;i two-year Army stint nt Walter Reed Hospital in Washington. D.C., where in his spare time he studied at an emoting work- \ n rk to seek , i'i ntiii-.ie bis -.!;; io: '.v Studio Hi sou! to>;o'!u'i •• that ranged fi •>! bles to i-,n-:'!l<u tm:ht i-ierk .it i\ m April {to calls it "Maws' with- iXIWS " !, ;M! In it, he plays a marine biolo- , ,,,.,; »;ist on an island terrorized by ; . u . , \ .<n»-e-tame doss who've banded • ,,. ,,„[ iinjethiT ami gone wild. p Me said bis roles in two Mr ( Mat-he" ano! >W." i'Ut pickings ui iiv i;oi feu vip ami ii in liViii "Ixvans to death. "1 gt)t tired those other jo I w,is M;u of •norkim; ;, of not iv WEST * Q965 t K3 £9874 * 8 6 2 NORTH * K 84 f A J 5 * K J2 * K97 19 EAST * 1072 y 9862 * QJ5 10 53 SOUTH * A J 3 ¥ 107 4 4 A 6 3 * AQ J 4 Vulnerable: Both, Dealer: South West North East Pass Pass 6 NT. Pass South 1 Pass Opening lead: Nine of diamonds. By Oswald & James Jacoby Oswald: "Terence Reese has a new book entitled 'Begin Bridge with Reese 1 . It starts out with some very simple hands, but as one would expect from a Reese book the later hands all show some basic principle of play." Jim: "The basic principle in today's hand is that in general it is right to lead a low card when intending to finesse. South is in a borderline six-notrump contract. He can bring it home if he can collect either four heart tricks or three spade tricks." Osward: "As you can see, Terence has placed the spade queen where declarer can't do anything about it, but the heart king is finess- able." Jim: "Declarer might just as well attack hearts, right away. If he leads the ten, West covers with the king and East's nine of hearts will keep South from scoring four heart tricks." Oswald: "If South leads the four of hearts to dummy's jack followed by the seven, West will have to play the king and South will have the ten of hearts for a fourth heart trick." PHILCO SOLID-STATE BSW fi & W PROPERTIES I'KUSKNTS Pi ^ cis ion Bflt \K/:;W£/?GK gj ,/\SAi/IMG HOITIGS JYOU: ; Itfii •< <n>o/ / Itedrootns i c/i/r..-- >ir <V' llcnt o"/7 ; A. tfdll Insulation i •: ' i,:i.~fnfi. A Vermont reader held: * A K x x *xx 4 A K x x x Ax x He responded one diamond to his partner's one club whereupon his partner rebid one spade. He wants to know what he should have bid then. The correct rebid is a jump to four spades. This jump to game is one that asks partner to bid again with a strong opening bid. (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN.) (For a copy of JACOBY MODERN, send $1 to: "Win at Bridge," c/o this newspaper, P.O. 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