The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York on March 10, 1984 · 12
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The Daily Item from Port Chester, New York · 12

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Saturday, March 10, 1984
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m k Gannett Westchester Newspapers Saturday March 10 1984 Section Looking ahead: Some thoughts By m Otdan Edward Woodyard of Greenwich inot necesearlly aa undue opUmkt But he doa look ahead with confidence He can afford to he'i only S5 yean old and if no doubt right that aa the worn aalutea 2000 AD New Year'i Eve 1990 really ought to bejl blasts -— In- factrhe's alreadyratervod a suite at Hie noU yet-completed New York Marriott Marquis Hotel overlooking Times Square which is famous for a lot of things including the dropping of the ball each Deer SI at midnight to mark the r"""! of the old-year In turn the Marriott people were so taken with his - Woodyards little coup gives rise to a couple of thoughts-1 emooe - theHirst - to - that - l - wiehlW conceived the idea myself I’ve been in Times Square on NewTYear's-Ever and the mobs the ear-shattering din the unpredictable- handle is wlseto get out of the way early weather and the milling drunks the best place to -- SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Dee 21k A partner Is i watch festi vlties ls at home in front of the television apt to be forceful but don't agree to anything ---l And that's regularly been it Just as I suspect not ----- CAPRICORN (Dec 22 to Jsa- 29k Forget only with me but with millions of other Americans tasks that can wait Enjoy miaic AQUARIUS (Jaa 21 to Feb lk Handle those tasks that are important ' 1 I'm around I have no plan to do otherwise on New Year's Eve 1999 I'll watch the screen land Woodyard can drink in the din first-hand - — 1 - I spoke of "a couple of thoughts” Well another one had to do with last year when I attended the 50th -anniversary convention in Louisville of the Associated Press Managing Editors comprised of hundreds of - men and women who fun most of the American press J wenf for a few reasons Joe Ungaro executive editor of this paper happened to be APME president for the event and he's an old friend and co-worker pojncvdentally while he was ' president of the -SBFi SK3 bration in French Lidt Ind a few miles up the road And Joe made reference to the bope tLt we'd all - bejtogether at the 75th anniversary convention Well i for him to say! And while I don't intend to tell ' any more than I have to I did some quick calculations as to how old 111 be at that’ meeting — in 2009 ' ’ - Sufficient to say I suppose that if I make the 75th convention I certainly ought to be at the head of the line when they hold the luncheon meeting honoring the past presidents At the recent one I counted’ up ' and noted that I wasn't all that far away in place from the oldest li ving ex-presjdent of APME And he was quietly sleeping through the speeches extolling him and the rest of ja as we sat he at the for left at the huge podium holding the bonorees I remember thinking there was every chance he’d - topple off the edge of the dais leaving the rest of in -all to move up one in the hierarchal order a bit sooner : than we might have exported l TME0KHCRNS UNWINP FROM WHAT ? THIS ID SATURDAY ANP YOU DIDN'T QS TO WOK!" Crossword By Thomas Joseph Across 1 Resound ITriks If Crucifix UFosm for Figaro Il-podrida M Stick to li Annular die M Humming sound 41 Educator DORN 1 Eat sway - -I Panamanian seaport 1 Refrain from “Tiger Rag” U Congo Bantu 4 Seraglio nCUarada chnmbsr (Scot) i Contractual M Commit with etipulatisq confidence (Attacked II Author 7 Belgian : ' Fleming H American patriot Greatest part -I Arranged inaseriee U Roofing material Basic pracept M Loathe 17 Red and Black eg aSismese : coin ttSridof certaiir B Of God ’ (Ut) a Prepare (or combat M Farming awn : r “Animal-" Art in Italy V"’: -if’-- DAILY CRYPTOQUOTR- Herab how to work ii: AXTRLBAAXR iiLiiicrmow One letter efmplx etande for anotker la UHe nwple A is —Head lor the three Lt X for the two OCi He Hagle Mien epeetreehee the hngth ead formation el the wordr era all ' hieu beh day the code Mien aiq 0 Iff crest Ur-CXTPTOQtlOTXl -i J KHFRQSSRU 1HV PAHF EJHV8 s k ir i p u : i h v r qm u qa 'q g JHV SKQAD KHAUI '(I I hi III!- ’ I - ' SKEA - XEGK QA ’ K E A Y — HNQ Y Tieli rdirt Oipfisertr I’M NEVER 'GOING TO ME I have no ntnfim in dying tts been done -GEORGE BURNS I’ve decided that'-what wither" (Oct 23 toNev 21kAny duties you can Jf rL 1 huiillw ! narlwmtn itmf nsit tit Hi a mrnw nnrln T — w m wrau r rdrjMrasi Soiii'iaaEiiiiM O3UTO0 B02N — 30H YEE — SUDB lOTRWH UHir i Kara nrii Yesterday's Answera 12 Pudding coagulant a“-Britnmia” tt Evaluate 8 Approach a Shadowy M Grew tardy a Yoke Z7 Unruffled a Walter or Ws WBiood U Arab land am XlCme QG - GFUUSUW Your horoscope GENERAL TENDENCIES FOR SUNDAY: Make a ni that you do not respond to any difficult conditions oath your own roof ARIES (March 21 to April 19k You aeg how to have more harmony with your mate TAURUS (April'-M to May 29k Morning may be difficult to' meditate Hit the evening Is fine — GEMINI (May 21 to June 21k GeHato penOnal affaire quietly and forget the practical MOON CHILDREN (June 22 to inly 21k Don’t get distnrbed over the actions of others ' LEO (July 22 to Aug 21k A new acquaintance can nTgcraM - - VW -- m 0 -to MOON idilIJREN (Jane D b Jely Ilk Go after your penooal aims without aU that deliberating KID’SCORNER Mini Spy and the Dog Ad-venture “Our fire station's mascot Sam in missing” Chief Smith- told Mini Spy "I saw an ad for a dalmatian in the paper I juat have a hunch that the dog in the ad might be Sam Please come with me to check it out” aid the chief Mini Spy and Chief Smith knocked at the door of the address given in the paper A lady and a dalmation answered it “That ie my dog Sam I would know him anywhere” said the chief “No he is not I have been hia only owner I'll never forget the day this little black-and-yrhite puppy was bom” the lady said “You are a dognapper Give the dog to Chief 1 Smith” said Mini Spy How did Mini Spy know? - (Hold this up to a mirror) Ml nrff marf m tail mim HiHw via mm if mlh SA mmUmM WXI mw tfcai wfT Tlfi Imodm Mbm The A ices By Bobby Wolff “B'e make our fortunes end call them fete “ - Ben-jemin Disrteli South was on Ms way to making Ms aggressively bid Siam until East threw up a roadblock The net result was one down Wee It fortune or wai it fate? The aUm was played in the semifinal round of the 1911 World ChampioraMp ' between The Aces (U5 team Na 1) and the UR-Challengers (UR team Na' Ik ' ' ' Declarer won the spade lead in dummy and led the heart six Against many - Easts the slam would have I to be relatively easy would follow with the heartlOand declarer’s Jack would lose to Vest’s queen Later East’l heart— king would appear and the defender! would get onto one trump trick (South would ruff a dab to establish that suit before drawing the last tramp) 1 When Peter Welched of the Aces hdd - tie East cards he played Me heart king without a flicker when Uw first heart was lad from dummy This unusual ’play ' created a huge problem for South If ho played data East could ovmuff with Ms 10 end if he played hearts hs would lose e trump and a -club- (Peeking fo not allowed) ’' - In actual piay South wen hi heart ace returned to imy with the chib king and led the heart right with -the following S9 Arc ft BC Dennis the Menace Momma and Wizard of Id in classified Avoid new inniacta " LEO (July 22 to Aag 21k M out experts la your field no that you can advance more quickly - VIRGO (Aag 22 la Sept 22k Expand your totereata uSrjept 22 to Oct 22k Good day to make prdgreae la the outside worid and la pereooal affairs SCORPIO (Oct 23 to Nov 21k Any changes you feci' hie for the best can now be made SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 to Doe 21k Fine day for making desk with others CAPRICORN (Dee 22 to Jaa 21k Agreement with partners is possible since they will listen to your views AQUARIUS (Jan 21 to Feb 19): Get every phase of your Job attended fob PISCES (Feb 21 to March 2k Study your ments and know which you want to indulge in I DOlfT UNDKSlANP HEREDITY- ‘ WHAT tS IT THAT “ YOU PONY UNDERSTAND? 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