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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 40

West Palm Beach, Florida
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Thursday, November 14, 1968
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D 4 Palm Beach Post.Thurs., November 14, 1963 THE LITTLE WOMAN W., . tww iu ADIwAIL r- rfl ! 7 , . . ,1 Doggy ii ii iuvs -4. s iii v i i k t r tf tJi sy "" Kim F..i.. S.Jk.i., Inc.. Ht Q'M "tl"' ACROSS 1 English sheep dog 4 Hunting dog (archaic) 9 Young dog 12 Expire 13 Mansion house (obs.) 14 Mouths 15 Eggs 16 Expunge 17 Feminine nickname 18 Fortification 20 Anoint 22 Peer Gynt's mother 24 Bustle 25 Ship's mast 28 Nothing 30 Male bovine 34 Cognizance 35 Musical syllable 36 Observe 37 Still 38 Large bird 39 Dine 40 Epochal 42 Operated 43 Alders 44 Onager 46 Pitch 48 dog 51 setter 55 Heart (anat. 56 Alleviated 60 Goddess (Roman) 61 Mohammed' son-in-law 62 Summon forth 63 Pillar 64 Golf mound 65 Escorts 66 Bitter vetch DOWN 1 Smell 2 Subsist 3 Deceased 4 Prayer ending (pi.) 5 Gibbon 6 Collection i i I I . II Vf 1 I MAN! DOES J i YPS' YL " I IT WAS A WR.ONG NUMBER. SOMEONE, WANTED - AS SAIL KELLY f BLONDIE LEAVE THAT BAG OF HAIR WITH THE CUSTODIAN. I'M GOING TO STICK AROUND HERE A WHILE AND LOOK. DICK TRACY ik r xr 3ACK,AS 600N A5'N y W5 SATHE!? SOS5 CfV WOOD REDEYE i i m f I T! X I PLOW IMS, THEORY n 5 - ---- fl A GOOD DETECTIVE HAS TO MAKE HIS OWN RULES! "I can't believe he's much of a guru. She found him listed in the Yellow Pages." HOROSCOPE FOR TODAY 0 m AFTER ALL.IT5 HIS NECK T 2 13 I 14 15 16 17 18 I 19 f 1 0 lit 12 13 U 15 16 17 18 19 1 Jp"21 22 "j24 "SfTzT p"2ir29 "130 31 132 133 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 tf43 1 4445 I 146 47 48 149 150 f "pl 52 153 154 55 5657 58 159 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 1 I I I I u 3teE3 0ri EASY ! i THIS? Ij- 31 : ; :'M November 14, 1968 By SYDNEY OMARR "The wise man controls his destiny.. .Astrology points the way." ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19): Your work and health dominate attention. Key Is pacing. Know where you are going and why. Improve relations with associates. Exchange Ideas and confidences. Open up. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Creative urge is sparked. You come alive. Utilize determination to achieve goal. Some may ask you why, where but key Is to follow through on momentum. People are attracted. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Accent on security, property, value for your investment. Be perceptive. Read between the lines. See through superficial Indications. Key Is maturity, utilization of experience. Trust older persons. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Good lunar aspect today coin-- 'cides with Ideas, mental activ- Uv. DossiDie short ournev. Profit could result from e forts. Be sure of messages, directions, going. Instructions. Get CARMICHAEL Polly WanIt-3 a AU THAT WITH IT (Ntwspaptr nttrpritt Aim.) i f JAfftRY ON RRinP.F MESSAGE FROM HIM! v WHAT A NX. CLEVER WAY TO r-"'''" oA phantomI 1 1 Wi V U M. J Alert Player By Oswald and James Jacoby .. . . IT'S TOO HARD TO N GET SPARE PARTS.' t LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Money, possessions grab spotlight. Protect assets. Some may try to convince you that products are useless. But hang on to what you own. Don't rush you don't have to decide today. Act accordingly. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Important to study possibility of new contact, project. You are attractive. Romantic interlude could be meaningful. Appreciate beauty that surrounds you. Circumstances turn in your favor. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Hidden qualities come to fore. Aura of glamor surrounds you. Many are Intrigued. Don't be ffraid of displaying your taints. Show off good points.; jNo dav to be excessively shy. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Accent on enjoying through creative efforts. Satisfaction gained through job well done. Know this and give your all. Draw upon hidden resources. Friends provide pleasant surprise. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Professional endeavors likely to meet with success. Key is to be persistent, thorough. Restrictions are but temporary. Bring frame of reference into focus. Work with tools at hand. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Fine for strengthening personal philosophy.' Sift through Ideas; choose the best. Important to select quality over quantity. Bargain offered today may prove costly. Wait, observe analyze. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) : Money affecting one close to you dominates attention. Key is to co-operate with family members. You need moral backing. Problem which ap-, pears large can be solved. Accent diplomacy. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20) : Permit others to set pace, take Initiative. Time is on your side. You can afford to wait. Study partnership prospects. You may get opportunity to finalize agreement. Be very realistic. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY your curiosity Is great; you write, read and study. Changes due which bring greater opportunity for travel, marriage. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for VIRGO, LIBRA, SCORPIO. Special word to TAURUS: keep promises to children. A THANKS WELL , I SEE YOU A " "-J MR. I PlDN'T 5ET AAARRIED ) ' WELCOME ,FUNTSTDNEA OVERSEAS S.'s'J HOAAE, MIKEN- r 7"l SI R ' I lrTL Answer to Prtniout funic of sayings 7 Numbers (ab.) 8 Great fear 9 Sit for a portrait 10 Soviet river 1 1 Ashen 19 Swiss river 21 Knave in cribbage 23 Penetrates 24 Breed of dog 25 terrier 26 Equal 27 Brazilian tapir 29 Girl's name 31 Employer 32 Incline 33 Permits 41 New Guinea port 43 Arrival (ab.) 45 Rate of motion 47 Assistants 48 Begone! 49 Hollow place 50 Great Lake 52 Otiose 53 Gunlock catch 54 Head covers 57 Hawaiian pepper 58 Drunkard 59 Piec,e out i. J 11111 U1J ( Beats Contract vain hnno w ui iu u- tuiii uuLc LI 1 CI L iirni lll-Tiii lilt iong diamond, not East. Thus he went down two when Teddy took his queen of diamonds and led the heart to his partner. South had played the hand in a most enterprising fashion and we sort of wonder if very many young, alert, wideawake experts would have come up with that 10-spot play Ted made. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn.) 14 Q The bidding has been: West North East South 14 Pass , 1 A Pass 3 A Pass ? You, South, hold: AQ10854 VA10 53 47654 What do you do now? A Bid four spades. You wish you held a slightly better hand but you will make four spades with any luck at all and it pays to try for close games. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding three spades Vollr nnHnpr inmn in iUraa Answer Tomorrow fi YOU PEOPLE WILL REALLY DO UH.YES TIME - HAVE A INDEED, MR. POOPLES.' ZTp MILL SOT 5 N cz . .. Hatlo's fonuatn- WENT TO ORUW8ERT WONDERFUL AND DUENNA INN .."NANNY'S" PRAISED A SLEEPV WAYSIDE CLASS AND INN TO REASONABLE FRIENDS ff!wji I S3: Today EVERYBODY jKCvff) else sot IliSv y NORTH 14 AA7 V942 A9763 KJ10 WEST EAST AJ852 AQ943 VQ10753 VK6 J4 Q102 A5 7642 SOUTH (D) AK106 AJ8 K85 Q983 Both vulnerable West North East South 1 Pass 1 Pass 1 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead V 5 uaUH VS.AUONEt I LIKE IT LONER-ONCEINAWHILE, DONT WORRY. 6EENA I THINK THE ) HOW 1 L 1. ism , she's a - ABE 6I2LS j TO HAUL SMALLPOX i5 AM' ME GOT A BIG SECRET ' THAT'S NOT WHAT YOU PREACH TO THE ROOKIES, WHAT COULD HE HAVE crii ikin p DOES HE HAVE TO COME ALL THE WAY DOWN THAT AWFUL ROPE AAARRYIN5 THOSE FOREIGN GIRLS IS A MISTAKE. 7 YO' OUT OUR WAY If f A m K MESS.'VWE CAME TO I FLY MEZCY ) MISSIONS rT PUT HEZ V-ABOAEP WHAT'S HAWK DOESN'T THIS , - P'T ifj&fl -wmSt ftiilifc ( THANK ) "7 WL s vou, s i tic (NOW TINY'LL BE) HAROLD ) -.-o XYC SADIE HAWKIMS DAY, J GEN'RAL BUT AH WON'T TALK-AM' YO' CAIN'T.' Back in the '20s and '30s when Ted Lightner of New York was one of the world's five or six greatest players he was noted for his languid manner. But bitter experience showed his opponents that the more sleepy he looked, the more dangerous he was. Today he is 75 years old and clubs over your one spade re-more sleepy than ever, except sponse. What do you do now? C PP"' ! A NEW PIECE OF 4Tn 4(h)) " XNiS' 4 WAUL0OARD WHERE NVVu COS 4a PL'P RAJiA I TRIXIE HAD POUNOEP W S ' . i i. i . i . They'll Do It Every Time THIS YOU SOUND LIKE V WE ALWAYS STOP AT THE LITTLE VOL! OWN A PIECE ) BIG MOTELS-MORE EFFI- F AT V OF THE PLACE- J ClENT-YOU KNOW WHAT r- ROCK- HlSH T-MlTPV YOU'RE GETTING- eT liT VERY 'V MARVELOUS Y L-Vj I K LSTl FOOD AND THE LTTl QW IP ROOMS ARE SO I fTFP ffSSPtt - LK WHO,sUL1JCC'PAL'-TRYTHAT A HER-im316 mXBl IN r NrNNNNYS pik llrjMSW YOU WILLING A ,&it$l THAT COULP VjUST THE n M SMALL- i SAME I'LL II RT WOMAN AtOVT TO YJcB POX... -rA TAKE A STEVCANl?i j FULL FLAPS VjWk HEH )i. 'iV I'LL TAXI SLOWLY Vgf HEH TO THE ENP OF gn THE STRIP, THEN f&i H TAKE OFF IN THIS WJff IftfSQi inn i ' ifJH AHA. when it becomes time for him to wake up and play the right card. I Today we see him sitting East at the Regency Whist Club. He played his king of hearts at trick one. South played the ace and went into a long huddle while Teddy appeared to lose all interest in the proceedings. Then South led a club to dummy's king and a second club which lost to West's ace. Now it was West's turn to huddle and eventually he played the deuce of spades. South went up with dummy's ace and led the three of diamonds. Teddy woke up long enough to play the 10. This second hand high play by Teddy effectively cooked declarer's goose. South had planned to let the diamond ride to West since he could not afford to let East get the lead. But now there was no way for South to achieve his aim. South might have cashed eight tricks and settled for UUVTll VI IV VUt 11 piUJ VVl till W rounds of diamonds in the FERDNAND" REALLY MISS OCXXA, l CAN'T UNDERSTAND YOU WHY I SHOULD I AT THE OUR BOARDING HOUSE with Major Hoople ByNeg Cochran .YAKKINV6JY5 A& r ABOUT UE'4 its very iApL.eoy.'youFyFoR an U6opd sI'Smcw T- 760TTA PO UNCLE LINEBACKERS FAKE- TO THEHOUR AMD) LEANDEft ' VE) U5, (OWE ...TWOTHREE... FOUR .) !Tl'l!'ipillUMiUJ : ' 1 . 'I n iJ'waita vimute orpiwarily : dow'tA I ; M ! I MIWP A LITTLE PILFER IKK3--BUT THIS I 1 I TIME I ORPEREPJUST EMOU6H PETITS ) I r sjoues FCW MY BRIPQ6 CLUB.' rFlTVTl ...FIV6l.SI.SEVEKJ.rB2ff..j' i OUTSIDE TMEN HOOT ANlD THR0U6H THE CENTER ' A) fOM'T U60M.ETWNG SVAMOS, TWEVrVTWM-fUeOU&RTFR-JUNDEK- V OR THFY'LL )?, y BACK BEFORE HE HAS y V 4TANO S MAKE THIS TRIP MACHINE TIME- aVw LABUKATUKT MACHINE r THEN THOSE P1CTURESPMTHAT'S WHAT HOW ELSE COULD Of DINOSAURS AND OF WEVE BEEN I I PHOTOGRAPH S1UFF WERE NOT COURSE TRYING TO EVENTS IN FAKES? NOT J TELL. 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