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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 22

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SLOP Answer to rVeious funle ornament 7 Observe 8 Montana city 9 Hodgepodge 10 Presently 11 Rational 17 Raved 19 Viper 23 Austerity 24 Sora 25 Theow 31 Restate, as old arguments 33 Bishop's headdress 38 Molest 40 Girl's name 41 Makes tidy (dial.) 42 Dirk 43 East African hartebeest 44 Flower 26 Genus of geese 46 Woody plant 27 State of being 47 Cry of devout bacchanals 28 Burden 29 Kind of harrow 48 Rave 50 Substantive pronoun 7 10 11 14 17 20 23 27 28 29 33 35 39 A,T;c;rv:; ;H lEgqojRiT 5jOJajEf? ocTfAjVjg s BREAKFAST REDEYE At the Zoo ACROSS 1 Young swine 4 Nocturnal flyers 8 Serpents 12 Brazilian macaw 13 Wings 14 Arm bone 15 Heart (anat.) 16 Desolation 18 Hires 20 Make amends 21 Fruit drink 22 Sea flyer 24 Cleave 26 Disembarked 27 Seed vessel 30 Nautical term 32 Sign of the zodiac 34 Grows accustomed 35 Repugnant 36 Meadow 37 Give ear to 39 Elephant's 40 Bear cage parts 41 Legal point 42 Pigpens 45 Harsher 49 Toward the north 51 Girl's name 52 Goddess of discord 53 Hastened 54 Male child 55 Tranquil 56 Bullfight cheers 57 Group of matched pieces DOWN 1 Step 2 Metal 3 Rabelais' gigantic king 4 Distinctive token 5 Toward shelter (naut.) 6 Pendent 12 13 15 16 18 19 I J 22 21 24 25 30 34 36 37 40 "I don't think your new boss is anywhere near as grumpy as you said he was and I told him so!" Y I DON'T KNOW HOW HE GOT IN J MI6HTY FROST LAST LET THERE BEI nnuAi NEED NATJ'.7' m 5J X 1 ix jf;m LR ON THE CUFF-ABOVE THE PHANTOM- w-J- HIM AGAIN.' KNOCK J THE LET go to LET GO Ti i 42 1 43 44 49 55 45 50 53 56 (Newipoper THE SHATTERED GREEN HOUSE ROOF MOUSES A SCENE OF GREAT SATISFACTION TO TRACY AND SAM. PC WWrtti-C W. MLT THEFLINTSTONES 1 J52l0 DIVING AT iW 1 4? IT COULD I HIM-OFF I THE AMD iwn TOP TO welLTHAT explains THAT! HARP WE HAD NIGHT! SHOW YOUR HANDS, OR I'LL LOWER THIS BABY I I TUP UAVt - - i unt: HAWK- BETTER START DOWN--OOPS-HERE COMES AGAIN-- AND FURTHERMORE, I SAY TO YOU... fa That; t be A CAN'T ) CLOSE TO A i AhvtKEY TO ) ;L"V W ALL THAT ( f was his JtKjF) ) JACOBY ON BRIDGE Point Count Reveals King FOR TODAY basic philosophy. You need cooperation of family. This necessitates ability to explain and be diplomatic. Otherwise, opposition arises from those close to you. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Dig deep Into what appears to be mystery. Answer Is available. But you may be fearful of result. Know this and understand your own emotions. Money is Involved. But overall picture needs clarification. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.. 22): Your ability to make intelligent compromise is spotlighted. Inner strength provides answer. Don't shove aside meaningful relationship. Fight tendency of pride to hide true feelings. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Health and relations with work associates combine. Means how you get along with others affects how you feel today. Know this and avoid petty disputes. Finish major task. No more delay. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Romantic Interests are accented. Emotions take play away from logic. You tend to act on Impulse. Strive for the new. Obtain fresh viewpoint. Avoid one who broods about past. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Practical Issues dominate. Includes home repairs, Investments. Key Is desire to attain greater sense of security. Be receptive. Avoid trying to force people to your views. Wait others join. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Accent on short journey, dealings with close relatives. Numerous errands, requests occupy time. Not so good for concentration. But day Is excellent for socializing, developing ideas. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Stress on how much to save, spend. Key Is to know what you are doing and why. Be aware of facts, figures. Delineate possibilities, trends. Rely on keen observation to obtain truth. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY, you tend to be moody. This quality Is attractive to opposite sex. If controlled, you could be fine artist, performer. Otherwise, you make yourself unhappy. New opportunity is available. Grab It. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for ARIES, TAURUS, GEMINI. Special word to AQUARIUS: If versatile, you gain objective. Time THAT THE AND DEVOTION ALL THAT OUR PROMISE TO REFRAMACIZE ADMINISTRATION I i idp vsniK I 46 47 48 51 54 57 nltrpr'ne Ann ) he played the ace he would have fooled his partner. West would assume that South held that spade king. At the same time, the foolery could not possibly cost West anything. There weren't going to be any more spade tricks for the defense in any event. After that ace play, things would have proceeded in the same fashion and it is possible that South would still have dropped West's king of clubs. We will never know. (Newspaper nterprise Assn.) Q The bidding has been: West North East Sout Pass 1 4 Pass 2 A Pass 3 Pass 3 V Pass 4 V Pass ? You, South, hold: AAK76 VKQ94 4AKQ107 What do you do now? A Pass. Your partner surely holds four hearts but he has shown no real signs of life and yu should be happy to settle ,or a,ne TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding three diamonds over your two spades your partner jumps to four spades. What do you do now? Answer Monday Hatlo's ZA FOREFATHERS h HELD DEAR TO.. is ;'., AND IT WAS f ANY -nmV ( PARTIK'LAR)) IN THEIR )TVPEYO' ( CRAVES? )l STATE,SO V n r-) 1 NEED OitL CHILDREN AReTwhAR SO' 1 MOST 4, WANT THIS SHoDPR.r-SAVAGE B REDWOOD, M MAINLY F MAMMY 4$ A -4i DEAR? FS widovjof late LKvodCmmsle3d ,n5 to native r;" rhintimefon HOROSCOPE 1$ November 2, 1968 By SYDNEY OMARR "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (March 21-April 19): Popularity Increases. Those who claimed you were headstrong now sing your praises. You are inventive Instead of stubborn. You get credit for being Ingenious. Take advantage of high cvcle. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Tendency Is to talk about subjects which are not yet ripe. Means avoid being premature In conclusions. Statements today require verification. Avoid going out on limb. Message clear tonight. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Desires get a solid base. Means you can find ways of turning wishes Into realities. Key is concentration, persistence. Realize many are ready to become allies. Extend hand of friendship. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Accent on ambitions. Your views may be revised. Circumstances change so does your aim, goal. No need for confusion. Key is to think alonS creative lines. This means be flexible. LE0 (July 23-Aug. 22): stress on how vou form ldeas, CARMICHAEL CAM Ptf SOME OF 1 THE BILLS ALL OF THE! tme or all of the BILL'S S0WE OF THE TIME BUT MOT ii-i Copyright 19AB loi Ag!t, Tirr They'll Do It Every m Llli I )fH4M AMPHAT5 OFF TO DEE CALO POSriANE ROCKVILLE, md. ...I HAP NO TROUBLE UNDERSTANDING HER .. LOOKf THERE SHE IS NOW L la II i, v.- . I -s. mm 1. 1 Then one meet bites MP VI-. 1 I .-i I WHAT THE.? DITTO'S TURN TO HAVE HIS FRIENDS TOOL- 1 day they accidentally her-another dream girl the dust-" BULLGRAVY IS FOREVER TELLING THE NEW GUYS ABOUT THE GORGEOUS CfcME WHO USED TO WORK THERE- NORTH 2 VQJ76 K2 Q98 7 5 3 WEST AQ103 VK983 EAST (D) A AKJ86 V 10 4 2 J95 Q 1087 3 K 10 6 SOUTH A 9754 A5 A64 AJ42 Both vulnerable West North East South Pass 1 Dble 1N.T. 3 A 4 Pass 5 4 Pass Pass Pass ', Opening lead A 3 The free-wheeling Canadians stopped at four clubs with the North-South cards while the even more freewheeling Australians went on to five. The bidding in the box is when Dick Cummings of Aus- traua sat south. We aren't exactly sure ol the significance of North's one no-trump but, in any event, Dick did bid four clubs with his four-card suit and we assume that it showed some sort of tremendous club support with little defense against the opposition. North carried on to five clubs and West opened the three of spades. East won the trick with the king and returned the deuce of hearts. South ducked and West took his king. West returned a heart to declarer's ace. ' Cummings led a diamond to dummy's king and led a club. East false-carded with the 10 but that did no good. Cummings thought things over carefully and noted that East had failed to open the bidding but had shown up with the ace and king of spades and probably with the jack also. (West would lead the queen from queen-jack.) The Canadian style does not allow for a pass with the king of clubs also, so Dick played his ace and hoped. His hopes were realized. The king dropped. We don't like to criticize players at any time, but we do feel that East was careless when he played the king of spades at trick one. Had ANIENT GREW WW FERD'NANDa WWV'D SHE ill 1 SREEkS, BUT v 1 C L'ILABNERmut:i " HI AND LOIS POTEET, WHEKE I TVE60TTO GET MY ys I urn. 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