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PEANUTS! r. " n 1 rr r i rr : n BEETLE BAILEY Palm Beach Post-Times, Saturday, December 11, 1976 B7 1 STEVF ROPF.R l," M "ITSUBE AS HECK IT COULD BE A CLUE A A YES-STAN'S LAST A MAKES NO SENSE HIS FIRST RECORD WAS A Allj-b. WORDS WERE, 'PLAY l T'ME r REVIVAL OF THE BURL IVES ,l!bfc, tilxWJ&a itt" ' V f" "AW 'with HIS 'ROYALTY CHBCK FROM IT, MmsM Jk . rT ktit MK, HB B&J3HT A FlSHfitZ SHACK UP JHATin wBSSf )4 ti Tf rilr i rue mjlmivsaosth of hers ' " VERA VALIANT - , Y NO, VERA. f WHY ? HOW CAN I EMBRACE 1 Y THE NEXT ROOM - YES ' IT'S ViBflfiUSTNT, WHAT'S W YOU, KNOWING WHO'S I YOU YOU MEAN J ( MSL0A WINTHROP, PEARE5T, MY CABLING. WRONG ?) V IN THE NEXT ROOtt 2 X A fly WIF I I've mssBPoo ' VI. Yft) 1 r--l next TOO ' LATE FOR TARS! GASOLINE ALLEY ffcHBut, Tm?( Did'rf Y B'sides.theti's critters abouiTril carrg ijoi?N my X always V I VE NEVER PAID MUCH f 1 MEAN, UJHW 1 f WHAT DlP THEf EVER I ..K Pyp at WEI ATTENTl0NT0TH'MMEl-F 11 y - ANDY CAPP B 1 1 f ITHINKI'vi I Fl I I A was 4' li yJKfc) APARTMENT 3-G U IjJJIMi HL!I1 HEY, ' PON'T WANT WHATTJME WILIYOU BtO I'LL BE AT THE NsilPsdcS I WANT YOU AROUND ARE j rTlJ moJnjgTa TIGER CHAMPS "THE SAMP7 WhH -J j ASlKTo JARNEY GOOGLE PAW, SHERIFF" HE WEWT uiHV I imtudcc -T" - HJ fl ! OFF AN' COEUER SAID, J DRAPPED BV, nc U-L 1 JgS H HEATHCLIFF MARMADUKE DICK TRACY THEY'RE ALL AROUND VOU DUMMY OF THE I DURING THE CHRISTMAS BUT I HEARD HER COUNTf DUMdEST. PONT VOU SEASON. PONT BE HER MONEV-SHES COT K.NOW f POLICE ai moct c r.aasin k DECOV IrVHEN VOU STUPID f N-u SEE ONE ? I - Vi W-ll III MOON MULLINS r 7'criticAl. WMEM PON'T BUY HER fv.ylir V FLOWERS.. CRITICAL OF THE CLOTHES Ml i Wear... critical.. HAZEL Times Anagram Yes, this is the burglar calling the police. You'll understand when you get here!" RULES Add the letters in the first column to the letters in the second column and rearrange the letters to form a new word. EXAMPLE: EARN plus CENT equals??? Answer: ENTRANCE DC Your Sfars Can you solve the following anagrams? "This winds up the Christmas cards." (1) DIVE plus LOSS equals (2) YARD plus LUTE equals (3) GAVE plus BEER equals (4) PRAY plus TEST equals (5) DUET plus TAIL equals Solutions to today's anagrams will be printed Monday. Here are the answers to Friday's anagrams. (1) CLEMATIS (4) EMPHATIC (2) INSOLENT (5) MANDARIN (3) RELIABLE SEEK & FIND HODGE PODGE "TO" "Correction." POSERflLOREN A R OMAHA LONE G G 0 L ACETllLAUDS T 0 E I T D N A R U M U EL I DBONNET by THOMAS JOSEPH ACROSS 43 British ann etsd al leetuoare T 0 0 T W H 1E R T T 0 T P By ALFRED SHEINWOLD When you're looking for a way to defeat a contract, simplicity is a great virtue. East dealer Both sides vulnerable NORTH K J 7 5 ? A62 0 1095 AK J WEST EAST 63 A Q "v95 ?KQ873 0 86432 0 KQJ7 6532 84 SOUTH 109842 V J104 0 A Q1097 East South West North 1 v Pass Pass Dble. 2 0 2 Pass 4 All Pass Opening lead 9 East won the first trick with the queen of hearts and returned the king of diamonds to South's ace. South lost a trump finesse to the queen and ruffed the next diamond. East got a second trump trick, but South discarded dummy's remaining low heart on a club, after which he could eventually ruff a heart in dummy. East should return a heart at the second trick. West's opening lead of the nine indicated that South had the jack and ten of hearts. After the first trick South still had the jack and ten of hearts, and West had one more heart at most. The idea of returning a heart is to give West a ruff. East can win the first round of trumps and lead a third heart. West ruffs, and the hand is doomed. East thought he could sit back and wait for his second heart trick, but this was complicated defense. Too many things could go wrong with it, as East found out. Nothing could go wrong with the heart return as long as West had two or more trumps. DAILY QUESTION Partner opens with 1 NT (16 to 18 points), and the next player passes. You hold: S63 H95 D86432 C6532. What do vou say? ANSWER: Bid two diamonds. You may avoid a double if you bid your long suit, such as it is, at once. If you pass, your partner may well be doubled; and from then on any rescue will likewise be doubled. A POCKET GUIDE TO BRIDGE written by Alfred Shelnwold it available. Get your copy by tending 11.35 (Including pottage & handling) to: Shelnwold On Bridge, The Palm Beach Timet, P.0 Box 154, Port Wathlngton, N Y. 11050. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) This is a day for laughter on the home front. Allow children the benefit of any doubt. Character growth is achieved today. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Make social contacts with an eye for business. You can secure your immediate future by extending a hand of friendship today. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Your desire to accomplish much in little time may cause you to move in undesirable ways. Take care you don't "put off" a friend. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Join forces with members of another family for a celebration of joint good fortune. This is a good time for burying hatchets. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) Take some positive action when asked to involve yourself in the saving of the situation on the home front. Seek a child's opinion. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) Take care that in taking up another's case you don't neglect your own to the point of personal loss. Check your own advantage first. Sunday, December 12 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) Unless you can take a middle road between courage and timidity, you may well find yourself biting off more than you can chew. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Efficiency on the home front pays off in better family relations all the way around. Morning worship brings a new sense of worth. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) If you can remain steadfast in your affections in spite of intimidating arguments from sources outside the home, all is well. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) - The outcome of the present struggle may be disappointing; it need not, however, be discouraging unless vou let it. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Take care that impatience does not force you to conclude efforts directed toward an at-home project prematurely. Seek guidance in the morning. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Present circumstances in your own and neighboring communities may make gains impossible today. Look to the future realistically. RECAPOG I BED SEDJ N G H H E T m E M I TllH E R.O fYrEIattuI SEJA T 0 P M G I 0 T 0 B A uncladqt.i p soledIIhawse ele'veIIora.le P N 0 M I RES I NU3QV E Ri 0 A H H S A A 0 T Y N B N C W C K 0 I T M L 0 0 A L T I N 0 L D D TOW A D D 0 R R H S E 1 Bistro 5 Sunder K Olive genus 9 Worn away 13 Electrical term 14 Salty 15 Isolated 17 Greek letter 18 Pince- -(eyeglasses) 19 United 20 Roll of bills 21 Vipers' place 23 Nazi greeting 24 Mariner's map ' 26 Word in many newspaper titles gun DOWN 1 Gathering of witches 2 Peerless 3 Spanish Yule greeting (2 wds.) 4 Food (si.) 5 Take umbrage at 6 Sultan's decree 7 European country (abbr.) 10 Christmas Eve in Germany (2 wds.) 11 Require Y 0 T S A 0 G C T L A 0 T 0 M Yesterday's Answer 12 Mortal 30 British 16 Missing unit 22 Prior to of 23 Crone weight 24 Volcanic 32 Popular depression musical 25 Funny comedy story 33 Powerful (2 wds.) indus- 26 Gaelic trialist poem 36 New 28 Partner Mexican of resort hale 38 Spoil Instructions: Hidden words below appear forward, backward, up, down or diagonally. Find each and box it in. Tootsy Toadstool Toasty Toddler Toga Tornado & Tomahawk Tombstone Tomorrow Tonight Monday ????? Toucan HEV KIDS! Mut Robin Rainbow thi Clown Today and Tomorrow 12 Noon to 4 P.M. . Watoh Continuous Cartoons, Froo Balloons, Spooial Childrons Menu Adults must bo aoompanlod by a child! 082-2553 1 iz 13 14 mb' h i7 wiB'W m mlmm 8 HI9 10 " U w 15 lb IP 11 m'& 11 20 m m LJkL !fE '5 T9 psrffl? m jj41 . 27 Meander 28 O'Brian or Griffith 29 N.Z. tribesman 30 Caspian or Bering 31 Pen tip 34 Measure for wool 35 Trumpet flourish 37 Infatuate 39 Maple genus 40 Insect (2 wds.) 41 Surprised one's remark (2 wds.) 42 King (Sp.) DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE-Here's how to work it: A X Y I) I, B A A X R Is LONGFELLOW One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints Kach day the code letters are different. CRYPTOQUOTES L Y Q N A SZCZNR GM SERZ TGMXR, ZMHK; GM CQZEN RYJVR, ZTJVENGYM. - AZMQK IGZVXGMC Yesterday's Cryptoquote: IT IS BETTER TO SUFFER WRONG THAN TO IK) IT, AND HAPPIER TO BE SOMETIMES CHEATED THAN NOT TO TRUST. - SAMUEL JOHNSON 7W Y ) Lake Worth 601 Lake Ave.