The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 4, 1968 · Page 42
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West Palm Beach, Florida
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Monday, November 4, 1968
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42 Palm Beach Post, Monday, Nov. 4, 1968 lii'ii'l ( SHE TCH0 ME SM MAD6 it) HERSELF OUT OF W6LU fTSCggTAKLV Y'.ll-.' OOO WHERE IT Jin ma THE LITTLE WOMAN QAGWOOO, COME SEE Anwer to Previous Pulll MQS.61LSVNHEQ Practical Politics NEW MINI-SKIRT 1 'Ml rt. 1 k 1 1 11 MLNA lE'ryGAggsPA!Th1'Ngl J- SpssUssiteu 5IIlJJiePlffliN 7? n QiRiTiMiwlA'p'nr-ip wK Seip-Bfflia bsi easIyI Kvi-'esI EST ""I 29 Frozen dessert 31 Rating for gasoline 34 Bowlike curve 35 Bevel out 38 Predicament 40 Avifauna mor benefit! 42 Poem 11 Mor painful 43 To lamb 13 Tavern drink 14 Number 15 Put an -into every precinct 17 Girl's nami 18 Feed the 19 Ozone compound (dial, var.) 44 our patriots into office 46 Italian river 47 Ibsen character 48 Vanished gradually 50 Through 21 Old Slavonic 51 Tatter ab.) 22 Dutch commune 23 Biblical prophet (var.) 25 Fibroid 27 Remove 28 John (Gaelic) 52 Loyal 53 Worm 54 Before 55 Taxi fees DOWN 1 Crustacean 2 Sullen 3 Crude tartars 4 Cogwheel ACROSS lPlck candidate! with i good TV I Government for every voter 9 Lower , lT'5 COV ERinS- UP the peephole", YOU 6AID IT WAS i 60INO TO PE A A SECRET EUECTION... M SO WHAT'6 WTONKr WITH THE ' KNUCKLEHEAD 5T THAT REDEYE Til 3TTT "The steering committee of his lodge is having an important meeting tonight to study the bylaws. In other words, they're playing poker." IWANTA TwElL GET LAWYER? J YOUR Kr, rfc-ifV LAWYER i fe 3 14 5 I S 17 18 19 110 111 12 13 14 75 16 ' 17 r rnff9 20 21 Hp "T23 24 25 26 27 I 28 29 30 31 132 133 34 35 I 36 37 3T39 40 4i 42 I 143 44 45 I 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 I I I I 1 I I 1 I I 4 piCKTRAcfl 6UT EVEN HE CAN'T DO ANYTHINO ABOUT THAT CANCEROUS CONSCIENCE OF VOURS. I KNOW.. BUT HALF OF (Tj I THE DEATH-! I4l ! I" JHAVE TO WOVE g FAST" BEFORE k in' aT . (( jjl Ji AS THE 6RIATHAWK . )Y I I VEERS 1 FRIGHTENED BY DAHA'S GUNSHOT, THE BIRD AMI- YEAH, 4 fofi BUT-s'Gw.rr-TiNYis TOOKEN.SOVO'LL NXjy ' THESE r. -J. irr 1 HOROSCOPE November 4, 1968 By SYDNEY OMARR "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19): Full moon position places emphasis on wha you own. Money is involved, and so are Investments. Key is to be aware of hidden clauses. Look beyond surface Indications. Study fine print. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Full moon in your sign highlights personality, public appearances. Relations with mate, partner are also accented. Make changes. Don't be too conservative in dress. Dynamic approach is winning one. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Pleasure Indicated through theater activity. You gain through break in routing. Include family members in unusual entertainment includes dining out. Be direct about the problem of a friend. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Study GEMINI message. Some associates act in an unusual manner. You could be trusted with a secret. Be loyal, but adhere to rules. Stress In on how friends react to your convictions. Be frank. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Full moon position stresses ad- CARMICHAEL TO SEE HI'S FAMILY VETERINARIAN AT once They'll Do It Every FOR TODAY vancement, elevation of standing. You gain prestige. Past contacts, efforts, Investments bear fruit. Judgment Is vindicated. Be responsible and be a gracious winner. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Travel plans could come to your attention. You defintely want to finish one phase of activity. Lunar emphasis Is on a study of faraway possibilities. Keep communication lines open. LIBRA (Sept, 23-Oct. 22): New viewpoint needed where special agreement is concerned. Full moon position emphasizes money, dealings with mate, partner, close associates. Be independent without appearing arrogant. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Today you find out what people who oppose you really think. Be analytical. There are ways of reaching agreement with dissident persons. Key is to use Intuitive intellect. Means follow hunch. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Attention centers around employment, health. Avoid extremes. Realize someone may be working behind the scenes on your behalf. Check various possibilities. Display a sense of homor. Accept a social invitation. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J an. 19): Full moon position highlights romance, creative endeavors. Some young persons may appear supersensitive. Use past experience. Give logic a chance to compete with emotions. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Deal with older individual. Learn rules before attempting to break them. Feeling of restriction is but temporary. Check prices. Be knowledgeable concerning property values. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Accent on dealings with neighbors. Short Journey could be featured. Ideas are plentiful. But you must select the best. Choose quality. Adhere to principles. Remeber recent promise to family member. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY very few persons have access to your true feelings. But once you find love, you give your all. Recent contacts, experiences come to fore. Choose wisely. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for TAURUS, GEMINI, CANCER. Special word to SCORPIO: let others take the Initiative. Listen, observe and learn. Time LIES AREN'T TRUE rr jtTS 5 Sea bird (var.) 6 Syncopated (slang) 7 Margarine 8 Indiana town 9 Sycophants 10 Makes enduring 1 1 Stranger 30 Shield bearing 31 Mountain (comb, form) 32 Cherrylike colors 33 Leather makers 36 Senility 37 Cloth dealer (Eng.) (comb, form) 38 Riding 16 Halogen academy element 20 Mussolini (2 words) 22 Of the dawn 24 Observe 26 Algonquian Indians 39 Positive electrodes 41 Cubic meter 45 Caucasian language 46 Continent 47 Primate 49 Sprite 29 Girl Iritrptist Assn.) ON BRIDGE Try for Slam since each part score present's us own proDiems. When you have 90 on score any bid of a new suit is a bid of game and may be passed, so if respond-er wants to invite a slam he has three choices. He can make a jump shift, jump in no-trump, or he can raise his partner." Oswald: "Anyway, the box shows how the bidding should have gone. Let's discuss more part score bidding situations the rest of the week." 1 Q The bidding has been: West North East South 1A Pass 1 Pass 2 A Pass 4 A Pass ? You, South, hold: AAK76 VKQ94 4) A KQ107 What do you do now? A Bid four no-trump. You are on your way to a slam. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid four no-trump and yur partner bids five hearts to show two aces. What do you do now - Answer Tomorrow Hatlo's The shop where all cut finsers occur is AWAY OVER, AT THIS END OF THE COMPANY im syTn I I VNX IT'S CHARACTER " RELAX, 5ENATOr7N VwKfNSf A$5AS5IWATIOM .' HAVE V THINK OF ALL TH' 1 f Bl YOU SEEN ALL THESE FREE PUBLICITY V LIES THEYVE PRINTEO V YOU'RE GETTING J -Sal. VI about mbT V TE FLINTSTONES V a brrL A ; S HAFTA GRAB SOMEONE EF AH HAD MAH DRDTHERSAH ' ELSE. WE IS FAMOUS probujm-; S DRUTHER YO' CAUGHT TINY.' THEN AH'D START OPF WIFA FO'OUR,BACHELORS- ( FINE MESS O'GRAN'-CHILLUM riTS ALWAYS A GREAT KILLER REACHES THE END uic Dnoc ruAun AnYONE WHO'D ASK A) I ROMANCE WOULD 60 TO A AVF(?MMCMT I FTJIffP OM THRIFT, MAJOR 1 WOULDN'T WANT TO 0)E551 PUT THEY TELL ME THEY'RE ftOTH OVER Z I 0 kQI r?winr ASTEADO'VJAITW 1 1 Til I UC trirtrLcocn OUT HOW TO j sopyErm ALWAYS PIP LlfeE VoJ'RE GONNA AIRPLANES.'-NOW EESCUE HENRY ME TO YOUR RIZE -EVEN THOUGH CAg,6IRLIESj yTi ONLY HIS UNPER- (Newspaper 1 JACOBY Bid Invites By Oswald and James Jacoby NORTH 4 A2 V J1063 AQ102 QJ94 WEST EAST AK763 AQ1054 VQ874 VK952 84 65 6 5 3 K87 SOUTH (D) AAJ98 A KJ973 A102 Both vulnerable North-South 90 part score West North East South 10 Pass 2 Pass 2 A Pass 4 Pass 6 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead 4 Oswald: "The bidding of today's hand appears slightly abnormal. North would usually respond one heart or jump to three diamonds but because the game was rubber bridge and North and South had a part score of 90, the two diamond bid could be read as a mild slam try. South's two spade call was an acceptance and North's jump to four diamonds showed that his two-diamond call had been an underbid. That was enough for South. He jumped to the diamond slam." Jim: "Since the trumps break 2-2 and the club finesse works South would have no trouble making a grand slam. However, six diamonds was the correct contract because it is bad policy to bid a grand slam that depends on a finesse. Did South make seven?" Oswald: "As a matter of fact I made up the bidding. A.s it was actually played, North responded one heart, South went to one spade and North bid one no-trump. South passed and North managed to make 11 tricks. The hand is given as a starter for a discussion of rubber bridge bidding when there is a part score." Jim: "It is about time we devoted a few articles to that subject. It is very complex, LLRl"'vl RI6HTj) HI ANDLOIS f l rl m , TAKE P-PIP YOU SAY.. THAT'S WHY HE NbESIPES-1 PROMISEP HE WAS WANTEP ) PAIP ME To SWITCH v YOU TWO THAT I'D SHOW YOU fOR MURPER ? PASSPORTS.'.. BUT I'M AC0UNP AFRICA IF I WUZ S. V NOT 60NNA SWINS SPRUNS ! YOU'LL LIKE ME FTfc FOLXS COMES FUW 'Kl MILES ROUND TO SEE VEM-AN THEY DOM T BELIEVE THAR EYES 111 ByNeg Cochran WART . wm,inn, t,mi a 1 1 ski ji t. A THE 6ERUBAN NATIONALIST AIRCRAFT BOMBS THE CAPITAL CITY-ONE BLAST HITS THE . JAIL.'... POTEET AND ' BITSV ARB NOT HURT, BUT HENRY ' RIZE'S CELL IS RPnk-CM npcM r STEVE CANYON OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople TW665,Y00 60METlMt$ HAVE AN UNCANNY ABILITY TO SEPARATE PACT FROM FICTION WHAT VO W THINK OF THE WEIRD IDEA THE BOARDER'S ARE 4RREAD' INS THAT SANDY AND ?0? HAVE ELOPED r v. 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