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C-10PllZZleS, FeaturesTllE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Saturday, October 26, 1991 Wedding anniversaries Basic crossword Bridge East BY OMAR SHARIF and TANNAH HIRSCII North-South vulnerable, deals. North 4 A 9 3 2 V A J 6 8 5 4 2 8 3 East '. Rosemary and Willis Forbes Jr., College Hill, celebrated their 55th wedding anniversary Oct. 20 with a Mass at St. Clare Church. The couple were married Oct. 20, 1936, at St. Clare Church. Forbes was a general contractor for W.H. Forbes & Son. 1 The Forbes have four children: Mikal W. Forbes of Indianapolis; Karen Forbes-Nutting of Cincinnati; Kerry T. Forbes of Philadelphia and Steven D. Forbes of Fairfield, and five grandchildren. Marie B. and John W. Hay-nay, Fairfield, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Oct. 12 with a Mass at St. Bartholomew Church and dinner at Shuller's Wigwam Restaurant. The couple were married Oct. 12, 1941. Haynay owned Haynay's Green-hills Bowling Lanes for 26 years. The Haynays have two children: Tricia M. Friedmann of Montgomery and Michael J. Haynay of White Oak, and six grandchildren. Evelyn and Paul Titta, White Oak, celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sept. 27 at the Gay Nineties Hall. They were married Sept. 27, 1941, at St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Titta was employed by Williams and Co., Inc. for 45 years. Mrs. Titta was employed by Wenker's Bakery for 14 years. The Tittas have two daughters: Joyce M. Zugelter of West Chester and Debra A. Knorr of Florida; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. J 10 6 K Q 10 Q7 4 Yellow-belly 5 Sheepish 6 Make good as new 7 He played Prof. Harold Hill 8 H.G. Brown's mag 9 " . and Away" 10 Drop 11 Chimney channel 19 Sandwich man? 20 Jima 23 Take to the slopes 24 Succeed 25 Due for repair 26 OED denoue- West Q 7 y 8 5 J 4 K 6 electronically 36 " the Walrus" 37 Melody 38 Small amounts 45 Years and years 46 Privation 47 Perched 48 Coup for Karpov 49 Ring up 50 Irving or Grant 51 Press agent? 52 Type of 23 Across 53 Bellum's opposite DOWN 1 React to helium 2 Beige 3 Den V 9 7 AQ J 4 2 South K84 973 4 A K 10 9 10 6 3 ment? 27 Rocket fuel 28 Brewery output 29 Spacecraft compartment 31 Cartland's genre 32 Roseanne Arnold's aka 34 Filling station stuff 35 Cat's 36 "Peer Gynt" 37 Fred's one-time partner 38 Bruce's Mrs, 39 Leonine loudness 40 Involved with 41 Tide type 42 PDQ, on a memo 43 Crimson Tide school, for short 44 Charon's river ACROSS 1 Hair-salon goo 4 Freebie, ' for short 8 Slap 12 Guadalajara goose 13 Finished 14 October stone 15 Spoon-bender Geller 16 Napa Valley output 17 "Star Trek" role 18 Unem-bellished 21 "Chances 22 Love-seat capacity 23 Duel tool 26 San Diego attraction 27 You can't stand to have one 30 Do in 31 Ending for bar or war 32 Philippine knife 33 Neither Rep. nor Dem. 34 Creator 35 Sent bridge, since it would cost, at most, 100 points. West led a low club. East rose with the ace and shifted to the king of hearts. Declarer, oft-time world champion Bob Hamman of Dallas, made a routine duck in dummy, forcing the defenders to switch the attack. East reverted to a club. Declarer ruffed, drew trumps in two rounds and then played three rounds of spades. That set up a long spade in dummy to take care of the losing heart, and declarer lost only one trick in each side suit to fulfill the contract. Did you spot the error? It occurred way back at trick one. It was West's choice of opening lead that is the heart of the issue. West should have realized that it might be vital to start the defense on the right track, and the king of clubs was not likely to be an entry to the West hand the bidding made it a near certainty that the defenders could not cash more than one club trick. Therefore, it was incumbent on West to lead the king of clubs! That would have held the trick and, with dummy in view, the heart shift would have been easy to find, especially when East follows with the seven of clubs to request a switch to the lower-ranking side suit. Thus the defenders would collect two heart tricks, a spade and the king of clubs down one. 1 Solutlon time: 23 mins. The ANNUAL The bidding: East South West North 1 1 2 3 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Four of Study the play of this hand, dealt in a rubber-bridge game at the YMPL Card Group in New York, successor to the defunct Cavendish Club. A critical error was made. Can you spot it? The auction is typical of the. hurly-burly of Chicago-style rubber bridge. North's club cue-bid showed a limit raise in diamonds. East battled to prevent the opponents from carrying a 60 partscore into the final hand of the series, when both sides would be vulnerable. Four clubs would have been a good sacrifice at any form of LiEiAriPl i AnT" ' lE D act IT n TjLIp into A V A L I A Nlc H E el j, Jr" O G f Ipt ""p s E jjEDil e NpKiU rj u r'."'l"'"!lE w E rf DiE N Z E L HAIR Ye !"jD E I S M AND R TjWU J IOI I-r"1 S T A Yi3 A M "O EJ Lj IA D Y l'..-'r'-"' .."I '..fA I A "R "mI" G JJE L A NIP S L JDjT iB um ia'ki-izagI fRR C3 i l d sLJeIn! aLw AS Yesterday's answer 10-26 Attic SALE Once a year we clean out our attic to make room for our new inventory and now is that time. We have priced every item at a legitimate clearance savings of 52 to 83 off manufacturers suggested retail price. Vo Slh Word game 'l Save an Additional j Save an additional 10 i 2 3 1 14 5 6 7 f"'",""i8 13 To Ml 12 73 74 "' ji I y - - 23 24 25 f'pb " "" 27 28 29 56 i A'i i" rij"" 33 J' '" p4 r"" 35 ' Jjo I 37 j 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 43 46 mmm 47 48 49 ' 50 51 52 53 off our already low Off clearance priced items RULES OF THE GAME: 1. Words must be four or more 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. DESPOIL (DESPOIL: dA-SPOIL. To strip of possessions or things of value.) Average mark 31 words Time limit 45 minutes Can you find 48 or more words in DESPOIL? The list will be published Sunday. in tne aroc wnen you present this coupon. Expires 103191 E if One coupon w Cusiow Sffvinqs adwiiwa mauds '0cout''oum One mERTACK'S FINE FURNITURE AND ACCESSORIES 440 Scott Street Covington, Ky. (606) 431-3311 C9 mZ 90 days same as cash on purchases over $500 Friday's Word OPTIMIZED poet tied tome imide mode emit dome pome time tope imido moped demit dope tempo timid topi item mote depot dote tepid tipi idiom midi ziti diet doze tide toed idiot mite edit dime omit opted pied pitied poem Hours: Mon-Sat: 10-5; Thurs: 10-9; Sun 12-5 Cryptoquip PRESBYTERIAN PRESBYTERIAN UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST 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 words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. Today's Cryptoquip clue: F equals S FIYZ XNTSS FRNXRIDL LW FWAZYRNF AYDRZ TB IL BWWA: SIAA YD. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I PREFER TO GO ICE SKATING ON THE LAKE, BUT OUR PLANS FELL THROUGH. White Oak-Robert K. Denny 8735 Cheviot Rd.-Phone 385-8973 10:00 A.M. Sunday School for all ages 11:00 A.M. Worship 4 Sunday School through 6th Grade Sermon: "From Stress to Strength" Pilgrim Rev. Calvin W. Klumb 4418 Bridgetown Road, Cincinnati, Ohio 45211 9:00 a.m. Worship & Adult Church School 10:30 a.m. Church School Sermon: "Today's Special Guest" Healing Services, 2nd & 4th Thursday of every month, 7:30 p.m. In the Chapel. WYOMING Paul R. Miller Robert A. Keefer 225 Wyoming Avenue 821-8735 Services at 8:30 and 10:30 A.M. Christian Education for all ages at 9:30 A.M. ST. JOHN'S John Gantt, Minister 415 Park Ave., East Newport - Phone 431-1818 Dual Worship, Nursery, Church School Services 9 & 10:45 A.M. (9.00 Service on Radio WTSJ - 10.50 AM) NORTH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. Erwin Goedicke, Minister "BUILDING A CHRISTIAN COMMUNITY IN NORTHSIDE" 4222 Hamilton Ave Sunday School 9:15 A.M. - Worship 10:20 A.M. Sermon: "The Church Needs To Take A Stand!" Sign Language for The Hearing Impaired Northminster - Dennis D. Denning 703 Compton Road - East of Winton Worship Services Sunday 9:00 4 11:00 am Children's ED. 9:00 a.m. Youth & Adult ED. 10:00 a m. "HOW DO I LOVE GOD?" Dr. Denning preaching All are Welcome Norwood Dr. A. Dale Stewart 4400 Floral Avenue, Phone: 531-1546 Sunday School & Worship at 10:45 a.m. Sermon: "God Keeps His Promises" Jeremiah 31:7-9 Advanced crossword f ST. JOHN-ST. MATTHEW RELIC SOC. OF FRIENDS (QUAKERS) CINCINNATI FRIENDS MEETING ED BALOGH, PASTOR 8075 Keller Rd. (east off Miami Ave.) 791-0788 9:45 A.M. Sunday School, 11 A.M. Meeting for Worship (Nursery care provided) A committed and caring community of faith 691 Fleming Rd., 522-2780 (between Winton Rd. and Springfield Pike) WORSHIP, S.S., NURSERY,-10:30 a.m. Rev. Craig T. McClellan, Pastor Eastern Hills Friends Meeting 1671 Nagel Rd. - Phone 793-9242 Sunday 10:00. All Welcome. ST. PAUL - COLERAIN TOWNSHIP 5312 OLD BLUE ROCK ROAD Pleasant Ridge Dr. Asa Meadows SALVATION ARMY JUST OFF SPRINGDALE ROAD WEST OF NORTHGATE MALL 385-9077 9:15 Church School -10:30 Worship Nursery available during Worship PASTOR THOM PARROTT-SHEFFER Si 22 Frost, for one 24 Voiced sounds 26 Small amount 27 Goddesses of the seasons 28 Jockey's forte 30 Actor Auberjonois 31 Devoured 32 Cleaners' co-workers 34 Baseball family name 37 Gardner's barefoot role 38 Lived by one's wits 5950 Montgomery Rd. Disabled Access Sermon: "How Can I Do It?" By Asa Meadows 9:00 & 1 1:00 a.m., Adult Sunday School J0:00 a m., Worship :0:00 a.m.. Church School 11:00 a m., Adult Education, Children's Choirs 6:30 p.m., Youth Church Activities 201 YEARS SERVING CHRIST 40 Animal sound 41 Creator of Christopher Robin 43 Puts into law 44 Gave out secret info 4f valuable collection 48 Type of chamber 49 Impressive display 50 Amaze 52 Playing area in Atlanta 53 Horace, the educator 54 Unexpected problem 57 Squeal ST. PETER'S UCC 6120 Ridge Ave.-Pleasant Ridge-63 1-8569 REV. EDWARD L. CULVER, INTERIM PASTOR Sun. Share Group 8:45 arrv-Sun. Bible Study 9 am Sun. Worship 10 arrv-Nursery & Parking Provided Air Conditioned Sanctuary 1 Seventh R. Stanley Wallace, Ph.D. 1721 Madison Road - 751-8860 10:00 A.M. Adult Forum 11:00 A.M. Worship & Church School. Sermon: "TBA" Nursery, parking lots, ramps for handicapped. Biblical Preaching, Outstanding Choir & Music. Visitors Welcome! ACROSS 1 Detach from 5 Great Irish clans 10 " , the Knife" 14 Salt tree 15 Army unit 16 Chill 17 Guess-the-word parlor game 19 Parrot of Malaysia 20 Guaranteed 21 Succulent heibs 23 Noted penologist 25 W African republic 26 Famous pyramid builder 29 Got one's bearings 33 Form of croquet 34 In respect to 35 Horse feed 36 Extinct ox 37 Trolley sound 38 Mardi Gras, e.g. 39 A month, in Montmartre 40 Richard or Daniel 41 Headdress for a bishop 42 Chewable seed 44 Hope chest items 45 Med. course 46 Inscribed stone pillar 48 Houses and their grounds 51 Rescues, in a way 55 In vogue 56 Tempo keeper in a shell 58 Night noise 59 Polished 60 Resort in Sicily 61 Possesses 62 Put into the pot 63 a-ling DOWN 1 Desert depression 2 Vingt : black jack 3 Gratuitous gifts 4 Vague 5 Scatters about 6 Turkish decree 7 Paul Kruger 8 Timber wolf 9 Game 10 Speak badly of 1 1 Judge in ancient Greek games 12 Restore to health 13 Openers 18 Kind of myrtle The Salvation Army You are Invited to visit your neighborhood Salvation Army Chapel for Sunday Services. Batavia - 60 N. Riverside Street Sunday School: 9:45 am; Services: 11:00 am 4 6:30 pm Cincinnati -120 E. Central Parkway Sunday School: 9:45 am; Services: 11:00 am 4 6:30 pm Cincinnati - 6381 Center Hill Ave. Sunday School: 9:45 am; Services: 11:00 am 4 6:30 pm Cincinnati 4 109 West Eighth Street Sunday School: 9:45 am; Services: 1 1:00 am 4 6:00 pm Covington 1806 Scott Street Sunday School: 10:00 am; Services: 11:00 am 4 6:30 pm Newport - 328-340 W. Tenth Street Sunday School: 10 00 am; Services: 11:00 am 4 6:30 pm UNITARIAN UNIYERSALIST First Unitarian-Marilyn Sewell Unitarian Universal 536 Linton Street Cincinnati, Ohio 45219 Entry tor Disabled Church School 4 Worship 10:30 A.M. Sermon: "What's New About the New World Order? " HERITAGE UNIVERSALIS! UNITARIAN Rev. Elinor Artman 2710 Newtown Rd. (Anderson Township), 231-8634 Church School, Nursery 4 Worship 10:30 A.M. Sermon:"The Fourth UU Principle" ANSWER TO PREVIOUS PUZZLE: SHARONVILLE 3755 Cornell Rd 563-6447 10 30 am Worship Service Sunday School- 9:15 am-Adult Sunday School 11:30 am Rtv. Paul D. St. Louls-Romine, interim Pastor Anne Marie Kirkpatrick, Dir. of Family Ministry Sermon: "Oh, By The Way..." Facilities for Handicapped and all ages ST. PETER & ST. PAUL 661-3745 3001 Queen City Ave. fn Ferguson Rd. Bus KI6 stops at our door Silverwood-J. Michael Mullin 4740 E. Gelbraith - (Intersection Kenwood & Galbraith Rd.) Sunday School 9:15 -10:15 Fellowship 10:15 - 10:30 A.M. Worship Service 10 30 A.M. Worship at 9 4 11 a m. Fellowship Hour - 10:00 a m. Church School-9 00 4 11:00 a.m. Message: "TBA" Dlal-a-Devotion 662-6611 Pastor: Bill Bonham AiiiAnviAjT r a sTp IU.Iag ar.g.o opto AIAIeUg. R.0 wL U R.AI RlAIVir N 0 U STlF I N I T F 1 , , 1" " fj U n n l E D 1 1 1 cTa iJJd eTt i MuZj I 0-ITTk 0 jiZDa 0.R.1 A III AUe MIiftB AA L S 1 A I T Y RUE K E rJJl N M S CJllIlN YtlrJlTNK G 0 C A S I N OIJW A Wl 11 1 1 0.11 G. 0 NjjjfF A R R 0 tTeTd 5.0.11 ICR JM " 0 L.1 V I A110 (0 OH A.1 L I N L 1 E 10 N UlMO 1Q I D Up I A j I I V SPRINGDALE NORTHERN HILLS FELLOWSHIP Rev. Gary 1 Jamet - 460 Fleming - 931-6651 9:30 am Adult Forum: "Parents as Resident Theologians" Child Care Provided 11:00 am Religious Education 4 Worship Service Sermon: "A Clvlliied Little Sermon on the Devil" Rev. Marlon Redding, Pastor 425 West Kemper Road Adult S.S. 9 00 a m., Children's S.S. 10:15 a.m. (Except the 2nd Sun. of ea. month, which is family worship) Worship Service 10:30 a.m. Nursery and Child Care Available Syc camore Theodore W. Kalsbeek, Pastor St. John's Unitarian Church Rev. Diana Heath 320 Resor Ave. at Clifton Ave. - 961-1938 II A.M. Worship, Church School 4 Nursery Sermon: "Separating, Choosing, Re-Defining" Speaker: Diane Wright Moore 10:00 A M. "Our Chosen Faith" Adult R.E., Child Care Provided Worship & Sunday School (all ages) 9:00 and 10:30 A.M. 1 1800 Mason Road, Symmes Township Telephone: 683-0254 THIRD PROTESTANT MEMORIAL Walter F. Crosby, Pastx 2510 Ohio Avenue 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10 00 a.m. Coffee Time 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship & Junior Church Sermon: "Cause for Celebration" Walter F. Crosby, Preaching . TRINITY CHURCH (DEER PARK) 3850 East Galbraith Road (Beside Dillionvale Shopping Center) Church Office 791-7631 Dr. James Colding Rev. Mike Peacock, Ministers Worship Services: 8:45 a m. 4 10:45 a.m. Adult 4 Youth Education 4 Children's Choir 9:30 o.m. Children's Sunday School 10:45 a.m. NURSERY CARE ALL SERVICES BE PART OP A CARING CHRISTIAN FAMILY) United Church of Christ in Oakley 4100 Taylor Avenue, Clntl., OH 45209 871-3136 Rev. Robert B. Jencks, Pastor Worship 10:00 am Communion: 1st Sunday Every Month Adult Class 9:00 am Sunday School, Nursery 10:00 am UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Trintiy in Fairfield 3173 Mack Road, Orchard Hill Professional Center Sunday, 8:30 Worship, 9:30 Church School, 10:45 Worship The Reverend Wendelyne McCormlck Sermon: "The Whole Shooting Match" Phone: 860-41 14 Walnut Hills Gale Watkins PM FAITH UCC 6886 Salem Rd., Cincinnati, OH 45230 The Rev. Goerge Hurler Interim Pastor 9:00 am Sunday School 10:15 am Sunday Service Cad 231-8285 lor Information UNITY First-Paul A. Manson )679Hoffner St., Knowlton's Corner, Northslde Morning Worship 4 Church School 10:15 A.M. Sermon: "Do You Seek God's Klngdom?"Toxt: Luke 9 57-62, John 3:1-8 1 2 3 i I lb p p a p I liu in ui uy u 75 76 7? IT" '. 75 55 51 22 53 24 25 ' 26 11 28 "" 23 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 57" " 36 39 " 40 " XT' 12 43" "" 44 4l - " " iff- 47 ' ' 48 " 49 " bQ 51 M'b3 " Ib4 53 56 bT y 35 j SJ n " ti 1 jsy- Stumped? Call 1 -900-896-2123 95(tminute. 1 751-6677-Gllbert Ave. 4 Wm. H. Taft Sunday School, for all ages 9:15; Worship 10 30 a.m. Sermon: And the Earth Weeps, Part 3 "Does God Recycle?" Thriving Young Adult Group Child Care Provided Wheelchair Access WESTMINSTER UNITY CENTER OF CINCINNATI Revs. Jack C. Barker, Pat Barker Affiliated with Unity School of Christianity, publisher of DAILY WORD 1401 E. McMillan (at Woodburn Sunday Lessons at 9:00 A.M. and 11:00 A.M. Wednesday Lessons at 7:30 P.M. Dial A Prayer 961-1272. Prayer Ministry 961-1119. Lakeview-David V. Schwab, Pastor 8639 Columbia Road (across from Landen Lake) Worship and Adult Bible Study: 9:15 4 10:30 am Worship 4 Children's Sunday School 10:30 am Sermon: "My People Will Return Weeping and Praying" Dr. Richard !. Pouse, Interim Pastor 4991 Cleves-Warsaw Pk. (Covedale) 921-1623 Worship Services: 9:00 1 11:00 A.M. Sermon:"TBA" 10:00 A M Church School for all Ages 11:00 A.M. Church School tor NurseryAges J thru 6th grade Dial A Prayer, 921-4900 WESLEYAN Philippus 106 West McMlcken Ave. Cincinnati, Ohio 45210 Rev, Gregory D. Smith Pastor . Rev. Elliabeth A. Dor si Assoc. Pastor Greg Crowell - Director of Music Sunday School 900 am for ell ages Worship 10:15 am Sermon: "Faith Heals" II BEVIS WESLEYAN CHURCH R E. Lewis, Pastor 10207 Colerain Ave. (Northgate) - 315-3168 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10 30 a m, Worship Westwood First 3011 Harrison Ave. (near Montana Ave.) 661-6844 Stephen E. & Clnda Warner Gorman Co-Pastori Church School 10:30, Child Car 9 & 10:30 Worship- 9 4 10 30 MISSION AWARENESS SUNDAY 4 X

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