The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida on November 6, 1968 · Page 38
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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 38

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Wednesday, November 6, 1968
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36 Palm Beach Post, Wed., November 6, 1968 i ( h:s bark is oqs 7 WELL, t- JUST BAftKEO ) N the seat out op trf THE LITTLE WOMAN 1 KNOWTH4T DOG, M. BEASLEY AND ME 5 NOT Answer to Prcntut Puiile SO BAD Florist's Shop l, 1 rA rrWATMNUPP DOS ) 3 MM ip liij IS REALLY x-rcf ?rVi2BHT A M6 1 Bi ' S pi AiM ( Wm lEplNISl fete slip IaUiItRtIHtI Riiroei mesa aJvo nI roth ACROSS 1 of the valley bouquet 5 roses 8 Maidenhair 12 Masculine nickname 13 Circle part 14 Athena 15 Drive from hiding 17 Cleansing agent 18 Booth for business 19 for corsage 21 Harem room 23 Cord 24 Assert 27 Artillery burst 30 Narrow . inlet 31 1 have (contr.) 32 Gaseous element 38 Put on, as a coat 39 Hawaiian pepper 40 Deputy 42 Implore 43 Larissan mountain 45 Above (contr.) 47 Blandish 50 Australian marsupial 54 Tear apart 55 Recollect 57 Always 58 Compass point 59 Project 60 Sea bird 61 Eternity 62 Particular kind DOWN 1 Boys 2 Philippine lizard (var.) 3 Feminine name 4 Color 36 Allot CD MEAN - LOST?? PAD NEWS weu., STUPID... DID I WIN , OR UOSE ? THE VOTES HAVE BEEN rrnuw-rcrrs I 7$ If V M jy iwt jywoK:i ic I too worn rnnti rmm l' Jf' i "He certainly convinced me completely but so did the attorney for the other side." FOR TODAY KTRACY5 HAT HAS BE- COME A SYMBOL OF LAW AMD ORDER AN! kpECENCY, 1 12 13 14 I 15 16 17 I 18 19 110 111 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 j '19 20 21 22 23 j 24 125 126 " 27 28 29 30 I 31 W 33 34 35 36 38 39 1 4041 (42 pT44 j 45 46 47 48 49J 150 5T5253" 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 6 T I I j VTHIS WAS THE Tf WHO WAS HERE f I t4 - I PULLEy-CHOPPED ) V AND WHY? I f DOWN.' THEY ( WE'lL SOON i A 3 1 JUSED MY AXE A FIND OUT.' .' HADN'T WOULDN'T HERE.' 5 Small child 6 Therefore (Latin) 7 Genus of maples 8 Style 9 Legal term (var.) 10 English author 1 1 Dozes 33 Auricle 34 Eggs 35 Negative vote 37 Oriental 41 Gun (slang) 42 Quick 13 Oil-bearing fruit 44 Rescuer 46 Piece out 16 Elderly 47 Chafe 20 155 (Roman) 48 Marine bird 22 Stage 49 City in whisper Nevada 24 Upper limb 51 Competently 25 Contend 52 Jump 26 Grain 53 English 28 English river composer 29 Slow (music) 56 Chess pieces Enterprise Assn.) ON BRIDGE ana one heart. Later he was able to trump his other two hearts in dummy. The best South can do at no-trump is to make eight tricks. Of course, the defense might slip and give him a ninth, but it is better to have a sure thing going for you. Q The bidding has been: West North East South 1 Pass 14) Pass 2 A Pass 4 A Pass 4 N.T. Pass 5 V Pass 5 N.T. Pass 6 Pass ? You, South, hold: AAK76 VKQ94 AKQ107 What do you do now? A Bid six spades only. Strangely enough, if your partner had fihnwn nn kinirc vnu wmilfl Answer Tomorrow Hatlo's (Newspaper JACOBY REDEYE J f PEAKING OF HATS dicktracyL L'lL ABNER YOU MAPE r phantomL y "N. x ( WELL, CLYDE CJON'T TELL ME TH' BANK'S BUYING ONE OF OUR (tiny PROMISED L1'L orphinabbieshe7 PIANA SHE SCARED HAWK I V BE Minor Suits Are Game Savers ONLY TEMPORARY... ) subtle could contain answers you seek. Act accordingly. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You are able to express yourself. Your creative efforts are applauded. The day could represent triumph. Love is In the picture. Great satisfaction is indicated. Open yourself to happiness. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Accent on accomplishment. You are able to by-pass red tape. You get results. Stress ambition, ability, aspirations. Exude confidence. Many look to you for example. Display unique talents. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22); News from a distance could highlight the day. Reach out for added experience. You can enrich life through reading, travel. Special study will Illuminate goals. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Emphasis on basic Issues and how to accomplish them. Keep resolutions concerning health. Maintain balance between work, recreation. Avoid extremes, especially In diet. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Spotlight on mate, partner. People close to you deserve attention. Play awaiting game. Don't force, push or cajole. Study contracts, legal affairs. You gain through a quiet role. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Greater harmony at home Is essential. Make concessions. Study the possibility of improving comforts. A change Is Indicated where family affairs are concerned AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Romantic interests command attention. Don't permit emotions to overrun logic. Maintain balance. Day features change, travel, variety. Sharpen your sense of timing. PISCES (Feb. 19-March20): Today you get decision of one In authority could favorably affect your future. Inform family members; gain their co-operation. More responsibility Indicated, also greater rewards. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY, recent changes prove beneficial, have direct affect on your mode of living. You are loyal to your family and require a creative out'et for happiness. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for GEMINI, CANCER. Special word to SAGITTARIUS: your views are vindicated by news affect-Ing legal status. Time ' ."V.YIN& BSCEIV MO, f NO, BUT I'M A WORlNC5 V HES NOW.' p . . V Tnii viT NORTH 6 A843 92 A543 AKQ76 WEST EAST AKQ106 AJ52 VQ104 VKJ73' Q986 J72 A 103 A942 SOUTH (D) A A97 V A865 K10 AAJ85 East-West vulnerable 20 part score for North-South West North East South 1 N.T. Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 A -Pass 4 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead A K j JuST UNTlu ThEY GET Th&K SECRET CAMERAS INSTALLED, - 7 EXCEPT TWAT VbU ASP BUCV THINHIN' OF HOW 75 OUTFOX THE . FAKE HENRY RIZS .' WELL. STOP STEWIN. CHICK4; I WAS BORN TOO SOON AND TOO UGLY FOR You ' By Neg Cochran law r rnjj p nw NOT THAT WORLD, f OWE CHILDREN A ( SO IT'S MAMWA GOOD PROVIDER ( AGIM MArAMV " J AND TINY LOOKS TV V J I BEST TO ME LhO V X lfriV? W I HOROSCOPE November 6, 1968 By SYDNEY OMARR "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points theway." ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19): Activity Increases. You obtain answers to questions. There is movement, possible travel. Ideas are plentiful. Take notes. Avoid confusion. Have outline ready. Be familiar with facts. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): A friend offers a suggestion which could be turned Into profit. Be receptive. An open mind today Is essential fine for breaking routine. Dine out attend a social function. You shine. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Cycle high; go after what you! need. Take the Initiative. Han die responsibility. State re quirements. A raise in pay could be forthcoming. Impress superiors with willingness to work. CANCER: (June21July 22): Look behind the scenes. Area of chart related to clandestine affairs is highlighted. The ob vlous may not ring true. The CARMICHAEL They'll Do It Every r' 1111 I nJEVeR BRInG a, lUnIC-H To WorK N CASE I &E-T FlREP SEFORH Mooti Copyright IW lo,nBtl.TinH Uo-Uo! COMMENCES!! EVERY You don't often find your- have bid seven spades but you self with a part score of 20. must assume that your partner The bidding seldom Stops at doesn't hold very good spades one Club or one diamond. together with two aces and a When you do have 20 on kinB' bt'cause wilh 'ha holding your side of the ledger, you he wouI? not, hae m.Tly bid don't have to pay much atten-,our spadcs when hc b,d' tion to it except to bear in TODAY'S QUESTION mind that three in a major or Instead of responding one dia-four in a minor Will now give mond, your partner bids one you game. heart. What do you do now? 0) ?LET AMOS, ,t THINK HE'STRY- IM6 TO TELL A T i40VETHlN6 J SAMD THE PLAY ANDY ' BY THEIR HATS ,WN THEM, EH? LZZ. IF LrSJ 1 I 1 11 THAT Xkl AWAY, V Vi VVI I J I i ITS I AN'A MAMMV V A S OWES IT TO 4 MAMMV j HERCHILLUN A TOO, S TO MAKE'EM MAMNW.7 KEEP THAR K-r- W WE'LL MAKE A RUN IT WHEN ALL THE MONEY TROOPS HAVE GONE (UKEHE NOT) J I n : r S N ( 71 DONT DARE "V yS "X OH, t?0j)V D D LEAVE IT WITH HIM ? r THERE'S IV) I BOY J WAIT fO 1 WHILE I GET A A A PIECE OF V J ( FORME, A RULER Jl THE DONNYBROOK THEY'LL BREW IT TIME Qruller hoped his beloved clus would impress his high hat out-of-town client- I Wffim'i 60TTA BE YOURS, AINT IT. 11. fiisi ire 2 fOf F W-M The advantage of a 4-4 fit in a suit is enough so that the Stayman Convention is in general expert use to find this fit in a major suit after a no-trump opening, but under normal conditions you prefer three no-trump to five-odd in a minor with one of those 4-4 fits. ! With 20 on score it becomes common sense to look for minor-suit games since you only need 10 tricks. South's three-club call represented a common-sense effort to do just that. He had a normal no-trump opening with cily 16 high card points, which included three aces and a king. He wanted to go on after his partner raised him to two. At the same time he was looking at a 3-4-2-4 hand pattern and instead of bidding three no-trump, he bid three clubs to suggest a club instead of no-trump contract. North raised to four clubs and South had no trouble making that contract. He simply timed his play so that he could make a total of six tricks with his trumps. He won the spade lead and played ace -?-'..-,-y. FERDNAND-: PEEN U5E0 INTHE, hWsta. fSTEVECANynvf-K J YOU TWO ARE MISHTV flUIET.' I LIKE PAMES WHO PONT TALK TOO MUCH... t?w-X w OUT OUR WAY I t a IT'S THE BEST CLUB IN TOWN,IF I DO SAY SO MYSELF. ONLY THE BEST PEOPLE BELONG. HEH-HEH- EVEN k DID GET IN-HEH- f VERY SNOOTY- bah! 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