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B6 GETTYSBURG TIMES • TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 2002 Comics ziocnr MARMADUKE® BY BRAND ANDBMON PEANUTS "I need your best... several loud woofs, then a low, low grumbling." TUESDAY, JUNE 18,2002 You'll blow away the competition by using the wit of Mercury and the stealth of Saturn now. Your impulsive reactions can help break though an impasse, Somebody has to state the facts, and that person will end up playing a dominant role in business or family matters. Clear the clutter off your desk, and find a lost document you thought was gone forever. ARIES (March 21-April 19). A family member has bigger-than-life issues right now, and you have solutions that will impress him or her. Warm and fuzzy feelings must be communicated! Others are dying to know what you really think about them. Get healthy! TAURUS (April 20-May 20). Whatever or whomever you must say goodbye to, do it now before it gets harder. Let go of a project that isn't working smoothly. Admit that a partnership needs restructuring. Those who depend on you need more of your effort. GEMINI (May 21-June 21). You're bursting with bright ideas. Write them down so you can develop them into something tangible enough to present to the boss. Your love relationship may be going through a transformation, but don't worry -- things will get better. CANCER (June 22-July 22). Patch up any lingering misunderstandings. Start with a clean slate today. Business and marriage will be linked to each other this afternoon. Friends you seldom see will make your evening sparkle. Indulge a child's imagination tonight. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Take the suggestion of your romantic partner, and you'll save yourself plenty of money down the road. A rocky relationship can be salvaged; concentrate on shared interests. Whatever you focus on tonight, you'll get done. Be persistent. TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (June 18). The cloud that once hung over your head has dissipated, and things are starting to sort themselves out, In July, an old job may be offered to you again. A former colleague could seek you out. Ask for the moon, and you'll get it. By September, you'JI see where your strengths are. Back yourself with training and new equipment or clothes. The stars favor you. Your lucky numbers are: 4, 10, 19, 23 and 36. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Entertainment is expensive but worth it. A so-called crisis will quickly solve itself, so don't even worry about it. Earn big bucks by impressing the right people. Your new mate plays it low-key, but he or she truly is crazy for you. LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct. 23): Being a tender listener is your strength. Make sure that a relative knows how much you are or aren't willing to help, so there are no misunderstandings. Those who did not bend for you in the past will weaken under your influence now. Be strong. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21). The revival of your interest in a certain person will give you an energy boost. Allow yourself more leeway regarding financial matters. Tonight's "family time" may reveal many secrets. An argument might get you and a friend to bond. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21). You've been pushing for what you want for so long, you've,forgot- ten why you want it. Get back in touch with your goals. You're happiest when your values are in line with your •ambitions. Your love partner will be more receptive. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19). Compose a. list of. what you want to buy before you actually cash your check; it's lucky to visualize your material future. Singles will have a ball when they forget about finding love and concentrate on having fun. Do something exciting! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18). If you haven't decided about which job to take, postpone making a decision until you have a better opportunity lined up. Dreams of love may be unreasonable, and your ultimate happiness comes from being more practical. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Your organizational skills are much in demand, and everyone will seem to call for you at the same time. Taking pride in what you do may bring plenty of support. A friend is key to drawing the blueprints for what will get you ahead. ASTROLOGICAL QUESTIONS: "I'm a female Capricorn born on Jan. 1,1965, and I've written several times asking if or when I'll be married, but you never respond. Why?" I'm sorry for my delayed response, dear Capricorn. The best way to send a question is by e-mail through Creators Syndicate Inc. (www.creators.com). I read every letter, and though I may not select your letter for the column, I do incorporate the answers to my readers' questions when writing the daily forecast. As for your love life, you aren't meeting any new people now. Money, time and your obligations have kept you from attending social events. You are so picky. Your chart says that your whole social life has been neglected. You've never completely conquered the tools of party- going, such as making small talk. This may be the reason why you haven't been exposed to a wider range of dating prospects. Capricorns find the most enduring love partners while they cavort about town participating in leisurely pursuits. Over the past three years, you've been too worried about being alone to let your personal glow radiate to the opposite sex. From now until Aug. 16, try not to meet any new dating partners. Make a few good friends, and your whole outlook will change. Good luck! CELEBRITY PROFILES: Gemini trailblazer Lauryn Hill broke into the music industry with the kind of buzz a Gemini can stir up with one hand tied behind his or her back. This multi-Grammy winner may seem indifferent about her competition, but in truth, Gemini is a natural competitor. September will be a lucky month for Hill. She may hit the top of the charts again. If you would like to write to Joyce Jillson, please go to www.creators.com and click on "Write the Author" on the Joyce Jillson page, or you may send her a postcard in the mail. To find out more about Joyce Jillson and read her past columns, visit the Creators Syndicate Web page at www.creators.com, © 2002 Joyce Jillson - Distributed By Creators Syndicate, Inc North-South vulnerable. North deals. NORTH 4J97 0 AK106 + KJ54 WEST EAST 4AQ2 44 <S 9 7 6 5 4 <? Q 10 0752 OQJ98 * Q 3 * A 10 9876 SOUTH 4K108653 <y AK82 043 *2 The bidding: NORTH EAST SOUTH WEST 10 2* 24 Pass 34 Pass 44 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: Queen of * Study all four hands in the diagram PLAY OR DEFEND? above. Would you rather play or defend four spades after the lead of the queen of clubs'? With two four-card minor suits, most players follow North's example by opening one diamond. Despite East's featherweight overcall, the rest of the auction is routine, and four spades is the normal contract. Suppose you elect to play. You cover the queen of clubs with the king and East wins with the ace and shios to a trump. Whether you play high or low, West wins two trump tricks to complete the defensive book and exits with the remaining spade. You can discard one heart on the jack of clubs, but arc stuck with a heart loser — down one. However, do not be in a hurry to elect to defend. The contract can be made with a slightly different play at trick one. Duck the queen of clubs in dummy! East cannot afford to rise with the ace and shift to trumps because that sets up two club winners in dummy, permitting you to discard both heart losers. Best defense is for West to persevere with a club, dummy's jack forcing East's ace as you ruff. One heart discard is not enough, but the high trumps on the table are all that you now need to get home. Cash the ace and king of hearts and ruff a heart. (Even if East can over- ruff, the contract is safe — try it.) Play off the ace and king of diamonds and ruff a diamond with the five, then ruff your remaining heart on the table. Now lead the jack of spades and, no matter how West defends, you lose only two trumps and a club. Well done. 100 YEARS AGO Saturday ended the fifth week of the anthracite coal miners strike. Neither side has weakened an inch and each side stands just as firmly as it did thirty-five days ago. As the days go by it becomes more apparent that it is a case of the "survival of the fittest." Neither the miner nor the operator have anything further to propose. If a solution is to come it will have to come from a third party. The school board of Latimore township organized last Monday by electing the following officers: Pres., D. W. Miller; Sec., John L. Kauffman; Treas., W. A. Myers* Following is a list of the schools and teachers elected: Bragtown, H. P. Tromp; Church, Miss Gertrude Miller; Wolfords, Miss Minnie Stambaugh; State Road, C. R. Gardner; Busheys. Mrs. Clara Gardner; Blackberry, Lemuel Bosserman; Harbolds, Miss Laura Starry; Plainfield, Miss Mary Gardner. The salary of teachers was fixed at $30 per month. Last week I. H. Meals, Esq., completed and shipped the corner stone for the new St. Paul's Reformed church, Waynesboro of which Isaiah Reindollar, of this place, is the contractor. The stone is of Gettysburg granite, is two feet square, with raised letters handsomely polished. It is one of the best specimens of Gettysburg granite and workmanship ever sent from this place. Thursday, June 19th, will be opening day at Pen Mar. and will also be "Grand Army Day." An excursion will be run from York, Hanover and Gettysburg and points between, under the auspices of Major Jenkins Post, No. 99, of Hanover. Round trip fare $1. Excursions will also be run from Glen Rock, Harrisburg and Baltimore. Hon. William T. Ziegler, real estate agent, last week transferred the deed for the E. M. Ziegler property on York street to Dennis M. Twomey. Terms of sale private. HOW WOULD VOU LIKE IT IF YOU W6RE PUT HERE ON EARTH JUST TO BE 6ATEN? MAKES ME 6LAD I WASN'T BORN A CARROT CATHY® 60 TO 40UR HI&H SCHOOL REUNION flMD SPEND TWE NI&HT TRSIH& TO EXPLfllfi OUR "SITUATION," IRVlN&f E U1E/WRRIED7...NO. EN&AGED?...NO. WE'RE 3UbT SWIE ^ BIZARRE, LON&-TERm SUPPORT WSTEm FDR E«OH OTHER'S INflBIUTV TO HflVE AM ACTUAL RELATIONSHIP! I5TW5 WHAT SOU WANT TO SHOW) SOUR OLD CLA5S IV5BCTW THflNI WAS AT THE FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE' k&He. WON'T EAT. IRIS! HERE, DIX.IE! EAT .SUPPER. BRAND NEW HOM6- AND I'M SORE SHE I TftoUSHT SHE'D BE , HAPPV ousr'BaewrTH , * MeTMsiviNeHERurrsJ ip LOVE. AND ATTEtmON EDkSAR USED T& Ude HER EARS. BEETLE BAILEY AREN'T YOU PONE VET? YOU'VE KEN IN HfiHE TWENTY M1NUTB6.' 6ARAE *AIP TO REPORT TO K. P. AFTER I >, RNISH fRUSHINS B.C. FATSO'S £ A MARKET KIPCO, EVEN THE HOMESICK. wmm - r****":,-^ •Ml CM*TOM ITHMEATl. INC * HAQAR THE HORRIBLE COOKH GARFIELD VEAR9 IS A UON& TIME WHAT'S THE SECRET TO WOR UONQEVITV? WAIT, WAIT THERE'6 MORE CRANKSHAFT BLONDIE MVWFSJUST SOT A NEW ^ suv IH£AHTHE/UENOT TOOSOOOONGAS OJSSHASASeOUSHT THAT TELLS VOU WHEN TV« FUEL IS LOW AND THs LIGHT'S ALHEADV BURtfiOOUT.' DILBERT hY BOSS ORDERED IAE TO MAKE OUR ACCOUNTING RECORDS MORE CONFUSING. IS THAT ETHICAL? IT'S AS ETHICAL AS THE (PASSIVE SHORT- SELL ORDER I'M GOING TO PLACE IN THE NEXT TEN SECONDS. MAYBE WRONG YOU'RE THE ONE TO ASK . (MOUii

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