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Wednesday, September 25, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Puzzles, EnteitainmentD-7 No. 1 'Freddy' far from dead Basic crossword The New Deal BY MIKE OECHSLER Enquirer Contributor Both vulnerable; South deals. North Q J 7 8 almost 50 from a week ago. Late for Dinner debuted in second place with ticket sales of $3.6 million. It was followed by Dead Again, the Kenneth Branagh murder mystery, which earned a lively $3.2 million. Fourth place went to Livin' Large, about a clothes presser turned TV journalist, on proceeds of $2.13 million. Terminator 2: Judgment Day was fifth on a gate of $2.06 million. Doc Hollywood claimed sixth with $1.78 million. ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES The last chapter in the serial killer adventures of Freddy Krue-ger slashed its way to the top box-office spot for a second straight weekend. Freddy's Dead: The Final Nightmare made $6.6 million. According to figures released Monday by Exhibitor Relations Co. Inc., the promised final sequel of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies has now made $22.2 million. But its weekend take was down mackerel Womb mate? Unap- preciative one June bug First mother River in Europe Luca della Wrath Harem A J 106 4 2 A95 East West 4 5 4 A 2 K Q Fondas 43 Behaves humanly? 44 Jane or John 46 Hot wine drink 50 Breed of dog 55 Table leaving 56 Bridge position 57 Andy's partner 58 Turkish officer 59 Cast or face lead-in 60 Trading center 61 Chair part DOWN 1 Husband of Jezebel 10 7 J96 8 9 10 11 4 3 5 4 J 8 6 2 Q983 room Q 10 7 3 Ander suit and a good hand in support of the last suit bid by partner. On this sequence South can be fairly sure that North has precisely one heart. With first round control, North should cuebid three hearts and then support spades. The splinter bid made it easy for South to evaluate the perfect fit. If North just jumps to four spades instead, I don't think South should bid again. Another bid worth noting is South's two spade rebid. Since it was a free bid, meaning South did not have to bid to keep the auction alive, it promised something more than a bare minimum opener. South should pass over East's heart overcall if he has opened with something like S-Kxxxxx H-Axx D-Kx C-Jx. West led a trump against the slam, trying to prevent ruffs in dummy. East won and continued trumps, but it didn't hurt. Declarer cashed the two high diamonds and ruffed a diamond. A club to the ace was followed by another diamond ruff. Now a heart ruff allowed declarer to discard the remaining heart on a good diamond. son's "High " Young boy Sched. info 17 19 South 4 K 10 9 8 6 3 V A 5 2 K7 4 K7 The bidding: riMPIMMATI'C tmt ACROSS 1 Opera division 4 Caesar's fatal date 8 Uproar 12 Federal dept. 13 Brilliant star 14 Anagram for door 15 Actress Meyers 16 Ursa Major 18 Silly blunder 20 Fictional dog hero 21 Soviet news agency 24 Dashboard indicators 28 Gorilla, for one 32 Water, in Acapulco 33 Steiger or Stewart 34 Wear away 36 Sought office 37 Wading bird 39 Large sea bird 41 One of the of prose 25 Taj Mahal site 26 Island feast 27 Went down 28 Stagehand 29 Judge's garb 30 Check for errata 31 German river 35 Zealous and sincere 38 Staid 40 Literary initials 42 Get overly ripe 45 Dutch treat? 47 Word before line or post 48 Strong impulse 49 Party line? 50 "I Ideas" ('51 song) 51 Author Bradbury 52 Psychic's sense? 53 Med. org. 54 And not MOST LUXURIOUS THEATERS 22 FOREST FAIR MALL BIGGS PLACE MALL South West North East EXIT 39 OFF 1-275 EXIT 63-B OFF 1-275 753-6588 14 Pass 2 2? 671-1710 OR 333-44442081 2 Large 23 maker Anagram 28 mlns. Solution time 24 Pass 4 Pass 4NT Pass 5 DM. 64 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: 5 of 4 Most bridce columnists focus ROCKETEER "PQ" 2:45 7:15 SOAP DISH "PG13" 12:50 5:00 9:25 POINT BREAK "R" 1:25 4:20 7:00 9:45 MOBSTERS "R" 1:05 3:15 5:25 7:35 9:45 PROBLEM CHILD "PG-13" 1:50 3:50 5:50 7:50 9:50 DON'T TELL MOM "PQ 13" 2:50 7:25 MYSTERY DATE "PQ 13" 12:45 5:15 9:35 WHAT ABOUT BOB? "PG" 1:40 3:40 5:40 7:40 9:40 BILL ft TED'S JOURNEY "PQ 1:20 3:20 5:20 7:20 9:20 SILENCE OF THE LAMBS "R" 12:30 2:50 5:10 7:30 :45 MOBSTERS "R" 12:55 3:05 5:25 7:35 :45 BILL & TED'S JOURNEY "PG" 1:153:155:157:159:15 PROBLEM CHILD II "PG 13" 3:20 5:20 7:20 BACK DRAFT "R" 12:40 9:20 WHAT ABOUT BOB? "PQ" 1:25 3:25 5:25 7:25 9:25 DON'T TELL MOM "PG13" 12:50 3:00 5:20 7:30 9:35 THE ROCKETEER "PQ" 3:00 5:20 7:35 POINT BREAK "R" 12:30 9:45 HARLEY DAVIDSON "R" r0 A E L mTaTI F I E I T I A F"l F I A I N LEA rLJ A R A N j J f i rebrandLjred tap sfln P, f R A R fc F- E Hl"'.ft R I 1371 U R I SOS TAR T JErS L A RHh I O T AO A T A E L E V A T E SOS CAN t'.""l R I L fF."lP E E L E Ji .LA M 'eTOp rTo IFg.'i A 1 L ""j F I R ETT RONS b e j t TT! JC p. E e E I N I S J L I A I G SP D A T A almost exclusively on the play of the cards. The truth, though, is that bidding well is at least as imnortant as olavine well. Thus it makes no sense to learn all sorts of HARLEY DAVIDSON ft MARLBOROUGH MAN 'R fancy plays but stick to elementary bidding methods. 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:30 9:30 Yesterday's answer North-South demonstrated the mm C7FLORENCEZ1 value of precise bidding on this Hpal. The slam is virtually cold bar BARGAIN SHOWS BEFORE 6PM I despite a combined holding of only 7M5RMNaiMUIID.J2.IS4U0 PUKUKKlK) 1:35 3:35 5:35 7:359:35 DEFENSEUSSw TODAYS TIMES ONLY 25 high card points in the two KENWOOD lowncaiiiK KENWOOD AT MOWWMllff 791 224 THE COMMITMENTS "ID 12:46 3:10 6:30 7:6510:10 THE COMMITMENTS () 12:20 2:40 5:00 7:30 9:55 NAKED (UN 2 12 '(Nil) 12:50 3:00 4:509:40 B0YZN THE HOOD -d) E7N0RTHGATEZU hands. The key bid was Norths jump to four hearts. Matmees Sal & Sun All features presented in rjolDy stereo 1:30 That was a "solinter" bid. "SOAPOISH" (PG-13) 5 40 9 "WHAT ABOUT BOB? (PC) 7 ':30 "BILL i TED'S BOGUS JOURHEV" (PG-13) 515, 7 00 showing a singleton or void in that 12:40 2:50 5:167:4610:00 "DANCES WITH WOLVES (PG-13) 8 45 Sorry, no children under 3 admitted at erty time. 2:104:40 7:55 10:05 PROBLEM CHILD 2 (Mil) 1:45 3:45 5:45 WHAT ABOUT BOB (K) 7:45 9:45 FINAL NIGHTMARE (I)" 1:50 3:50 5:50 8:00 10:00 MYSTERY DATE Hi)) 1:30 3:30 5:30 7:50 9:55 NAKED tUN 212 Nur 1:55 3:55 5:55 8:0510.10 DOUBLE IMPACT (ir 2:05 4:35 7:40 9:55 B0YZ N THE HOOD m 2:00 4:30 7:30 9:40 THE COMMITMENTS ( 2:164:45 7:25 9:50 LmI 1 CINEMA FIVE ITTTC i 2 3 I 14 5 6 p ' """13 9 TT5 Ti T2 T3 14 T5 16 TT" "''' ' 22 23 mmm 25 26 2 28 29 30 31 mmm. 32 33 mmm 55 35 1,1 36 37 38 mmm- 39 " 40 ' '" x mmmm wmmmm 41 42 "43 -' ' 1 44 45 1 46 47 48 49 50 rK" 52 53 54 'mwm 53 56 57 ' 58 5 60 61 MY FATHERS UOKT (() lm 12:30 2:46 5:10 7:40 9:50 Word game 2 30. 4:45. 7:30. 9:50 "TATIE DANIELLE" 2:00. 4:00. 6:00. 7:45. 9:40 "PARIS IS BURNING" 2:15, 4:15, 7:15. 9:15 "PASTIME" (PG) STORIES (STORIES: STOR-ee. Tales; PURELUaw 1:30 3:30 5:25 7:25 9:30 DEFENSELESS (ir 2:00 5:0010:10 B0YI N THE HOOD no 2:20 5:10 7:35 9:45 DOUBLE IMPACT ! 2:10 520 7:30 9:40 FINAL NIGHTMARE ID-1:40 3:40 5:40 7:5010:00 NAKED GUN 2 12 ikd) 1:50 3:50 6:458:1010:15 TRUE IDENTITY U) 1:45 3:35 5:30 8:0010:05 ETMARIEMONTX3 6906 WOOSIER PIKE 271-3237 FINAL NIGHTMARE m 5:458:00 POPE MUST DIET an 5:50 8:10 B7KENWOODX3 7860MONIOMfRVtD.734igO EST275 EASTiEZa narratives.) fTTTTTTT Average mark 18 words Time limit 35 minutes flan vou find 30 or more words Sponsored By PURE LUCK IK) 1:30 7:30 9:30 NAKED GUN 2 12 (Mill-1:50 7:40 9:40 FINAL NIGHTMARE W 1:408:0010:00 DOUBLE IMPACT (!) 2:00 7:50 9:50 rTRI-COUNTY 1-541 HSOOPHNCFTW PIKE 771-4544 FINAL NIGHTMARE (ir 1:403:40 5:40 7:6010:10 B0Y2 N THE HOOD in 2:00 5:10 7:20 9:30 TRUE IDENTITY in 1:50 3:30 9:40 THE COMMITMENTS in 2:10 5:00 7:30 9:50 NAKED (UN 2 12 (Kill 1:30 3:20 5:308:0010:00 kTTRI-COUNTY 6-71 1160S PHHaiON PIKE 671-0213 DOUBLE IMPACT in' 6:40 8:00 PURE LUCK (KT 5:50 8:10 in STORIES? The list will be pub lished Thursday. FIFTH THIRD BANK RULES OF THE UAME: 1. CG&EBThe Energy Service Company ESTlOVEDALEiSS Words must be four or more m m Cryptoquip 4?OJUNIrTjOT:aH3Zi B0YI N THE HOOD in 5:50 8:10 FINAL NIGHTMARE in 5:458:00 DEFENSELESS in-2:00 4:207:40 9:60 FINAL NIGHTMARE () 1:30 3:30 5:308:1010:10 The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short letters. 2. Words which acquire four letters by the addition of "s," such as "bats" or "dies," are not used. 3. Only one form of a verb is used. For example, either "pose" or "posed," not both. 4. Proper names are not used. 5. Slang words are not used. Tuesday's Word PUSSYFOOT X- presented in moasT words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Y equals D soot stoop sooty stop O R Z Z K G Y R F U E G C Y G fusty oops opus oust tofu toss typo post posy pouf pout puss pussy soft Tim Tom stoup foot foss fuss fussy soup soupy spoof spot spout reiaoadby TWENTIETH CENTUItY F0D( i ii iMNlliMciNrwrnrji iiiiii ' Conway Poston S G I I Y R V F E W C N U K W U FLOftlfjCE KfNWOOD TOWNE CEHTtl TW-COUIITY IS 1 1 loo niMrrm, iu 771 4S4 The! 11 11 1 O W U U I U "? S V N K W U Coume Yesterday's Cryptoquip: IF WHARF WORKERS by Neil Simon 1 U t lvy?tli"4l J Y ARE CONSISTENTLY LAT E, 1 MhY Kb UtJKtu. bbmii i i mii iiiiii iii i ii TPffliMiT iTiMirriiTriMwiiMiiMiiimmiinimiiiiiiMiiii I H September 24-2SS r Taft Theatre 31 II Lifetime to show 'China Beach' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK China Beach, the Vietnam War series ABC axed after 3V2 seasons, has been bought by cable's Lifetime network. The network said it will rerun the Emmy-winning series Mondays through Fridays starting Nov. 4. Advanced crossword EABTflATEMALLi El 47Q1 1H EROMI-87B I 1701 8HOWCA8E DRIVE JrlEaTOATiBLVDEXiT83-Bi 1 II 47 Chicken king lie & 78 EXIT 1B4B TO RT. B3BW I ROUTE 4SI-E75NEAR II'"7 1-71 i i ERLANQER, KENTUCKY 8HOPPINO CTH, 3 "V TRI-COUNTY (513)749-4949 Ticket at the BROADWAY Series in Mercantile Center & Outlets Group Sales: Missy Buechel (513)241-2345 r m h The show, featuring Emmy-win 11-H'lllL i-i-i-i-i-i.w-i.uir-u ners Dana Delaney and Marg Hel AROAIN MAT. MON.-BAT. TIL 8PM IUN. A HOLIDAYS 1ST MOW AT STARRED ( PI ATURCa ONLY TIMES SHOWN ARE FOR TODAY ONLY LATE SHOWS FRI. B B AT. 25 Morose 26 Ivan IV, e.g. 27 Greasy 28 With delight 32 Rascal 33 Mauna 34 Lawyer's title: Abbr. 36 "Of and Men": Steinbeck 37 Luge, e.g. 39 Hooked 41 Gates 43 Sphere 44 Employ genberger, is about Army nurses facing the horrors of war at China Beach, a medical and recreational 49 Tristan's love 50 Unfreezes 51 Rent again 52 Vassal 53 Madison Ave. exec 54 Gemmiferous organism 58 Vikki of song 59 Bark-covered bulge 60 Stitches 62 Atlas item 63 Hosp. workers A caiocdy ikot nakin' it! , OFUCIAL CAR PROVIDRD BY foo WKRC JAKE SWEENEY CHRYSLER WISHJ facility near Da Nang. Opens Today IITWiaBHUtrBMr A TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: 57 Tresses 61 Can. province 62 Route for nostalgia 64 Double-edged seam 65 Once more 66 Sketch 67 Eye problem 68 Awaits judgment 69 Goes astray DOWN 1 Pats gently 2 Man or Wight 3 Mix 4 Appetizer 5 City in S cen Oklahoma 6 Brazilian seaport 7 " nothing.": Ibsen 8 Pool person 9 Fodder 10 Block 1 1 Side by side 12 Dark 13 Valley, Calif. 18 Straightforward 22 NYSE watchdog 24 Equal: Comb. form EEC ANSWER 1 I ACROSS 1 Platter 5 Disconcert 10 Prey for Patriot 14 Nora's pooch 15 Type of wing or wave 16 Shade 17 Dead-end 19 Highly spiced stew 20 Caravansary 21 Long time 22 Left 23 Course of self-indulgence 26 Pith helmets 29 " may look on a king.": Heywood 30 Part of R.S.V.P. 31 Wound 35 Jewels 38 Attu native 40 Calendar units, for short 41 Danger 42 Pitcher Nolan 43 Not transparent 45 Service winner 46 Cicatrix 48 Moved quickly 50 Pioneers 55 Auburn dye , 55 Altar words 1:36; 3:36; 6:40 1:36; 3:36: 6:40; 7:46; 9:46 Now, The Prestige Of A Jaguar Sovereign For Only $694.85 A Month All Inclusive And No Money Down. I 1:3b: 1:35; 6:40; I V Ti46M 7:45; 1:41 C 0 1IIM AIJlTTiS I AO AN I El 1A L.1A Hi IC 0 BB R OAoUsiONiUORATU E R GU? LA G E S T.R.U MS rn eRe e Ra$ ens eTsI u n e c n Haiti I N S I 1 AN ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS MOVIE IllUlfll If mil nt CMDDDICK " nnivn u ruu vr junrnutj. KX HEED. WW VOW OtSCRVH Late ir Dniier Ds pFa Aim N All 1GUT i iEZj ham B All ONES ODES. (LllStfc AJL Au. in o sEuiionP D 0 RUL A D E SOS fjF U. Y E rDr 0 i! AIM OLJAIJR SIA1 E FR.iG.il T I AR S "IF IJL A I RE.K IS PUS fcf Trjv t,..Tp I t h l Z ." r"l- This could be magic. ( N0MSWS rvim. V tt A 4 . "DC HOT SHOTS E3E CINCINNATI IABTOATI 1i36l 1:20: 6:30 1:261 1:20: 6:0 T:40 1:36 1:40; 1:36 PRINOOALBI IRLANOIR Il26 3:20 6:20: Ul; 3:20; 6:20 ti36 7i40; 1:36 TERMINATOR 2 M CINCINNATI KAMTOATS 1:00; 1:00; 7:16 10:01 IKK); 4:00; 1:16: 10:06 PRINQDALI IRLANOIR 1:00; 4:00; T:1l 10:01 1KW; 4:00) 7:11; 10:06 101 DALMATIANS IS CINCINNATI IABTOATI 1:06) 1:40 1:00) 1:40 PRINOOALB SRLANOSR 1:06: 1:46) 4:16; 0:00 1:06; 1:41; 4:15; 1:00 THE DOCTOR 1EB331 CINCINNATI lAarTOATI 1:30) 4:I0 TlJOl 1:10 1:30) 4:30; 7:1th (:60 PRINOOALB) ERLANBM 1:30) 4:30) 7:30) 0:60 1i30 4: TilO; 0:80 CITY SLICKERS EH3? CINCINNATI IABTOATI ''Wo,?;"' 8:10. 7,55, 10.10 PRINOOALB SRLANOBR 7:86; IOiIO 3:30; 1:66 CHILD'S PLAY 3 tH CINCINNATI IRLANOIR ",,n",.!A',l), 10'OMM BEASTMASTER 2 EH3 CINCINNATI l!M BINGO TGI IRLANOIR ,l0 ,,, console and the doors. And the seats are faced in the hand-tailored beauty of only the finest hides. Many luxury carmakers still offer wood-toned plastic and upholstery made of vinyls and velours. Still others offer only a smattering of common wood and leather or leather as an option. Only a car like the 1991 Sovereign has wood and leather of the highest quality and craftsmanship. The wood and leather of Jaguar. Long ago, Jaguar discoverrd that elegance is rarely found in man-made materials. Which is precisely why Jaguar sedans have always been filled with the natural beauty of rich, warm hardwoods and the finest supple leather. The 1991 Jaguar Sovereign is no exception. Every Sovereign is fitted with hand-selected, highly polished, mirror-matched burl walnut on the extra-deep fascia, the center 1 R 3 R """lb S R Is to l'""iu 71 T5 iT il 15 TJ HT TS 55- n 22 11 ' ' 53 3 25 2rT2T28 J A g 35 51 32'33 W "" 35 36 137 31 iS"" "" 5 "" jj r r is ' u w 1 ' n r Lff-Jb! trTpfTtS 1 L" 5 SS mmm 57 bib1""Tbo" n si It" a ss -"si 57 I CINCINNATI . IAETOAT1 I I Ii20i 3:16: l:30l lllOl 3:26; 6:30 I I 7:35; 1:66 1;36; 6:66 I I SPniNaoAL inLANOin 1 V lilO; 3:25; 5:3)0) 1:20) 3:I5i 6:30i J hB 7l36 1:66 tmtm Tl33; 1:66 ROBIN HOOD IrS CINCINNATI lABTOATi 3:45; 7:10; 10:00 1:11; 4:11) lilOi 10:00 PRINOOAL1 IRLANOIR 1i1l 4:16; 1:10 10:00 lilt; 4:16; 7:10) 10:00 DOC HOLLYWOOD EQ33I CINCINNATI IABTOATI IllOi 3il6; 6i36 1l10; 3i16 636 7:60; 10:10 1:60; 10:10 pniNOOAUi IRLANOin IllOi 3ill 6i36 IllOi 3:I6 6i36 T:Ml 10:10 7.60; 10.10 DEAD AGAIN M CINCINNATI MPPINOOALS 1l06 1:11 1:31 1l06 3iI6 lilll m 7i60i 10:06 7:80; 10:06 - REQARDINQ HENRY EES CINCINNATI IRLANOID tllBl 7:40; 1:00 7:40; 0:60 THELMA LOUISE M CINCINNATI t,,,,),,,, TCDUC. AR Mnnlh IaoU, 000 tolfll mileS. 14 mile over 55,000 miles, first payment . i no additional taxes requirea. only, no additional deposits, all taxes inclusive Authorized Dealer & Leasing Agent 984-JAGS 9260 Montgomery Rd in Montgomery, OH 513-891-0500 jag u Air Stumped? Call 1-900-896 -21 23 95Eminute.

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