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Wednesday, Jenuary 716 Page 9 frit fr-it r Ml I 8 V m DOW "-' 7 ','!'''";" by Clara Voyant With the holidays behind you and most of your resolution already broken; it's time to look ahead to the misery in store. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) 'Anticipate a windfall this week. The wind will blow -so hard it will make you fall. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) . .You are one of the few people who aspire to be a wallflower. Your present status is that of a wall weed V; -: ':', ; v" PJSCES (Fek 19-Mar. ?0) ,. ' They say that love is blind and that's about your only chance. v I .? I '-i ' . " ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19) Decline.an invitation to go window shopping. It could; be a paneful experience. TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20) r ; , You will stumble upon an attractive stranger causing severe cuts and bruises. t GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Mercury moves into your first house this week making things very crowded. i. v CANCER (June 21-July 22) , You're a valuable asset to your company. Whenever the executives want to get to the meat of a problem they call for the meathead. Thrown LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You have hypnotic powers. Whenever speak the people around you get sleepy. By OS you VIRGO (Aug. 23-Serpt. 22) They may build monuments to you some' day.' You've certainly made some monumental mistakes. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) It's time to make a move - just to let your' ;j friends knnw vnn'r ctill alivo -'v vtl! . ....... j - - - SCORPIO ( Oct. 23-Nov. 21) ' ! . Your bizaare eating habits could be profitable There's a shortage of natural gas. - SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Your new love may be the apple of your eye but' he's rotten to the core. ' - - 1 ' I II l a. II ,4 I II m:r 0 ' . -A Pv n ppen i 1 For.B usine Moana Real Estate was formeo" on Dec. 1, 1975, and hopes to capitalize on what vice-president and broker Reed Jensen calls the '.'very, very bright outlook" for Park Cityrvj--vf-r-vr;:. ' Jensen, a broker in the Salt Lake and Park City areas for 15 years, said, ''The market is firming up after some over building. VHe added,: "Sales activity is: very brisk.';';.; , Also working at Moana Miss? IvfaiJeian frhoihps'orT The firm specializes in resales of Park ' Avenue, Crescent Ridge, Three Kings and Pay Day condominiums as well as handling sales for theflewSilvertown condominiums. con-dominiums. ' ' "A ;jot of out-of-state professional people , are investing in-vesting here because of the local color and skiing as well as people from Salt Lake City who" can enjoy the two seasons," Jensen observed. . Citing Moana Corp's promotion of Park City as a 1 1 ft S Frank Marcellin drives for a lay-up after a steal. - : - Fred Prettner and Reed Jensen Rummer, vacation spot, : Jensen feels .the local warm weather trade will definitely increase, thus creating "a, "more attractive real; estate package." ; V., - Easy access to a 'major highway, proximity to Salt Lake City, existence of community services and the . natural beauty of the area all combine in Jensen's eyes to make Park City, "unex celled as a resort area.' - : ' ; The Park High Miners corralled the Dugway Mustangs for three quarters Friday night before the Vjsiting team finally broke ldeU) win 45-:U. . Playing a tough man-toman defense, the Miners kept within striking range until midway through' the fourth quarter when they lost their scoring punch as Frank Marcellin and Ron; Schaefer fouled out of tfie game . The first' quarter of action" saw Park High spo Dugway a 6rU lead but the Miners kept their poise They patiently worked the bait around' the, . In the second half of play, Dugway found more success in penetrating Park High's defense as their fine forward No 14, Mark Magunn started to find the fetWge frbOThe by Quicksilver Another year has passed into history, leaving a dismal legacy for film freaks to ponder. In a year when Jawsmania infected the nation, and even people in Nebraska were being told to see the flick before they went swimming, there were few films of excellence. The top ten films list will be dispensed with, since this critic is unable to remember more than five films that impressed him this past year. Not that the prognosis for the future is much better. Having survived natural and man-made disasters (except for Volcanoes! and the Pancake Pan-cake that flattened Witchita) the movie industry is off on a rampage of sciencie fiction films. The success of the TV program Space 1999 certainly could be considered one of the reasons ' for the studio's decisions, although the continued success of Star Trek certainly is another indication in-dication that there is a healthy market for Sci Fi. Unfortunately the studios are once again going all out for a particular genre, leaving little room for other types of films in the schedule. Directors now involved in the Sci Fi Scramble include Brian DePalma, George Lucas, and Steven Spielberg. These directors' respective films have been Phantom of the Paradise, American Graffiti and Jaws. The subjects of their hew films range from a telekinetic teenage girl to a "shoot 'em up with Ray guns" to quote Lucas. The Science Fiction Film is a difficult genre to make work. Special effects are costly and often steal the show from low paid poorly directed actors. In one upcoming film, a great deal of . money was spent on an experiment with holography, a process whereby a three dimensional figure is created on a special screen. Of course, the film will still be projected on the standard movie screen, thereby losing the three dimensional effect of holography. Up to 20 million dollars are being spent on some of the films, which indicate that science fiction will be the newest fad. This column will not attempt to question the legitamacy of science fiction in the film world, and get a rich attitude of the film industry. tally at 6 all Mr .. . K : fi Jr V siYi o orinvit Ut man m i U i- OPEN FOR DINNER NIGHTLY fl5& I From 5:30 Til 10:30 SSi ( PW MINI-BOTTLES ,:iEr9vy jt . AVAILABLE BgHH ii ' if ii i ii i 1 1 '. x if - - a m 'jnK.vitdtp .in"r,iniuuLarin ,, 11 " t ESf flllilSfilEHT i';: I 0Aen 7:OC a.m. to 40:00 A.m I outside Magunn. perhaps the best player the Miners have faced this year, scored a total . of 18 points .with most of them coming in the second half ;i, Karly in the fourth quarter, ; Park- High's agressiveness ' caught "up.' with them as 'Marcellin and Schaefer left the game with 5 fouls. The two starting seniors had not. , only led the defensive attack but had also' accounted for Mustangs zone defense until more than Half Uiefr. team s Rrii. P Mai'Naushten found total points. Although trailing an open shot that evened the ' only .when Schaefer iuuicu uut, uic iviuicia- went on to lose 45-31. ? Prior to the Varsity game the Junior Varsity; was beaten by the Dugway J.V.'s 49:41 . i-: ;, .fV., ; Scoring results: Varsity ' Alvery-8;; Marcellin-9; 'Schaefer-9; MacNaughen-2; an then on it was orriery bronk-busting' contest The Mustangs looked at times like they were going to crack the game open in the first half , but the' Miners, mainly' throueh the efforts of their pressure defense , and r Toly-2: Polychronis-2. agressive rebounding battled ; ; J.V.'s : Andres -2; back to tie the score once Deadart-8; Davidson-15; again at 15. ' Hunt-2; Yates-6. . The Newspaper would like to welcome the following groups and clubs to Park City , We hope you enjoy your stay here and we look forward to seeing you again next season , ' ' - RESORT CONDOMINIUMS ' Encyclopedia Britanica Educational Corp. Chester County, PA. Ski Group TREASURE MOUNTAIN INN Cancer Research Group CHATEAU APRES New Mexico' State University Group k for s Jfcaturirtg Located in the bottom of the Silver Mill House! i IOW THAT THE HOLIDAY? mr are over. . . relax, ski, & ENJOY YOUR KIND OF PLACE rffTHE CLUD ANMEJT ODSAT OCUD OYOTCM LIVO MUCK WITH DACK llOflS FQI.-0AT. OKLYflCOVCa NDAT-0 DADTCK530 , UDOAL GDTUPO'N UOZ.OCOOKZIO Open Daily from 3 til 2 PARK CITY REAL ESTATE see ;. iti- y d HAL TAYLOR ASSOCIATES Specialists in Park City Resort and town properties since 1971 , 1 CONDOMINIUMS , COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES r Located on The Resort Vill or call a 649-8181 or 649-8182 e Plaza 3 .... nun r.v Breakfast served until '2:00 p.m. Reas&ableJlunches and ;. i family dinners. Featuring the best omelettes, this side of It ' Poison Creek. v. ., s . ;. ? . ; ,.,, McSn Sfret 649-82M P.O. Box 804 Park City, Utah 84060 SlflSXTW 1o ' is-av!; .1 .. . ' .' ! Si Ii!