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May 29, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 29

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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland Page B-13 FrtJiy. May t. Ifli Matt And Jeff V/E NEED A NEW VACUUM-^ , A 4 WE DONT NEED A NEW VACUUM/ THE CORD IS WORN £1^ THAT'S ALL.' ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS REMOVE THE WORN PARTS OF THE CORD: Captain Easy OFAU.THB 00OPED-UP. STUPlP, IPIOTIC CKEAK^l 9!F THRU A WHOLE PKUMFUL OF TRA?H TO FINP OWE IJTTL0 5PITS* WORTH .WLLION'. 7S3J a Winthrop / YVOV/WHATA) AOriR DOG/ (33 OU-L ...AVAl t-t ...VP I ePENTALL. \ DAYATTHH / ^--*^ FAT CHANCE OF CATCHIN LEECH NOW. FTER ALL THE TIME WE L.OT ETTIN THO$E The Jackson Twins AMP NEITHEC GOSH rt'S ONLY TEN AMP THE \ ACE KIPS APE HEBE ALEEAtTY AMP | THEY WE't?E NOT EVEN PBESSEP ' I -AN ' Bugs Bunny OKAY, I'LL TAKE ITi VA LOOKS LIKE A \ MILLION, FUPPSY] ) CAN I HIDE MY CAC IN "TOUP GAOAGE TWINS ^ IT LL ALSO KEEP THE NEIGHBORS FCOM SEE ING ME TOSSING SUIT CASES ACOUNP \THE EVANSES :IMOW AVY BlKEfNTS SUPE SUCE BUT WHV THE HUGE RUSH THEY KNOW SOME- \ THIISK5 S COOKING ' WE MAY BE IN BIG TROUBLE' --THA" INCLU; ME Alley Oop S/c/e Glances Fish Tale Answer to Previous Puzzle YOU SHOULD HAVE / AW, SIMMER POWN, POC.' WHY LET ME CLOBBER SO UPTIGHT? WE SHOOK 'EM HIM.' yV DOWN FOR HALF-A-MILLION/ £-V S-3O ...AMP THAT'S A WELL., I'M AFRAID \ I'VE BEEN WORKING A PRETTY FAT I IT'S NOT THAT / ON SOMETHI^THATS FEE! y FAT ANY MORE, / X TAKEN A GOOD CHUNK - ^f*^ ». A. i ' ^ /-^^- r^- f Priscilla's Pop "It's Lawrence Welk, so it must be Saturdayl !·» Nightmare Hand Might Be Made By Oswald James Jacoby NOXTH (D) * 5 3 V K Q 9 7 4 K J 8 7 3 4108 30 WEST A K J 6 2 V 1 0 6 5 3 2 · Void * Q J 9 5 SOUTH EAST A 9 8 7 4 ¥ 8 · AQ109 4 7 6 3 2 West A AQ10 V AJ4 · 6 5 4 2 * A K 4 Both vuHerable North East South Pass Pass 1 N.T 2 4 Pass 2 * 3 NT Pass, Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead--See Article Here is a hand that seems to have caused a lot of discussion in Decatur, 111. Mrs. William Hays writes in part, "I think it would really be poison in a duplicate game." It sure would. Some North- South pairs might work their way up to-six diamonds, a few would play four hearts, but most would land in three no-trump and go down one or two tricks. The suit bidders would go down even more. Thus, minus 100 North-South would be a very good score. Some might underbid and stop at a part score. The underbidding would be well rewarded this time. Somewhere, if the hand were played often enough a South player might well make three no-trump. It would require poor defense but poor defense is not an impossibility. Suppose that West ope is his fourth best spade. So- ..n wins with the 10 and leads a low diamond. West discards a heart East wins the trick and instead of returning a spade decides to play a club. Now all South has to do is to win that trick, cash four hearts and the other high club and play a third club. Assuming that West has hung on to his highest clubs, West will be end-played and forced to lead away from his king of spades at the end of the hand. Or West might open the five of clubs. This allows ACROSS 1 Large marine fish 5 Lamprey 8 Important food fish, the red 2 Notion 3 Falsehood 4 French river 5 Evergreens 6 Written form of Mistress 7 Departs 18 Pedal dig.t 19 Versifiers 21 Musical syllable 32 Grain sorghum J4 Greek war god 26 Australian pompano 28 Mr. MacMurray 29 Health resort 30 Singular 31 Bushy clump 32 Pastry 33 Hawaiian garlands 34 To cut 36 Wands 37 Ostrichlike birds 39 Oriental porgy 40 Redacts 44 bass (Australian snapper) 46 Grafted (her.) 48 Harem room 49 fish 50 Prophet 51 Brythonic sea god 52 Church part 53 Gull-like bird 54 Small child 55 Ooze DOWN 1 Elevator 2 Form of expression 3 Sea nymph (myth ) 4 Aeriform fuel 5 Sailors' saint 6 Ireland 7 For fear that 8 salmon 9 Engaged in a tumult 10 Employers 11 Tableland 19 Common dolphm 20 Young pilchards 23 Remained in existence 25 Ransom 27 Youngsters 28 Coxcombs 33 Lag behind 35 Continent 36 Rajah's wife (var.) 38 Feel 39 Means of trial 41 Blockhead 42 Notion (comb, form) 43 Small pastry 45 Profound 47 Sea eagle 49 Roulette bet WOULDN'T VOU TH1N1K I'D HAVE SCADS OF ADMIREC?S? ' '- The Born Loser 1 2 3 4 12 5 13 16 6 7 8 9 10 11 14 17 46 50 53 HB HAS AtL WTO TiME THr5 AIR VALVg ( OM^ AWDTOU wcTAaa t)9W\ ^~^. Eek Meek 41 48~ 51 54 42 43 52 55 30 LIFE (S EMPTY V/CXD ' /-- N / BI/T IT'S. BETTER. I THAM NJO VOID V AT ALL ! ^·^l-. . */ r-*o (Newspaper Enterprise Ann.) dummy's 10 of clubs to win the first trick. South tests the diamonds unsuccessfully and East is in Now if East does not shift to a spade Freckles And Friends South will be able to cash out clubs and hearts and eventually force West to give him a second spade trick (Newspaper Enterprise Assn) STAR ARIES HAR 2! 19 k \ 4-22-33 44 54 65-80-83 TAURUS - APK. 20 MAY 20 5-20-31-42 '52-63-82 8* GEMINI r^ MAY 21 c- r JUNf iO 9-16-27-38 '49-70-78 CANCIR 22 2-13-24-35 45-56-67 LIO joir ?J ^AUG 32 ·^(10-21-32-43 '53-64 75 HOW TO ROB this bank would pose a problem even for Bonnie awl Clyde. In a system installed in Los Ange es. customer appears on closed-circuit television to teller who is In another room completing the transaction. VIRGO AUG 23 V* Sfff. H 11-15-26-37 '48-59-87-89 -B\ C L \ Y R POLL^N^ Your Daily Activity Guide J '' According fo the Stars '' To develop message for Saturday, read words correi ending to numbers of your Zodiac bit hsign. 1 Someone 2 Your 3 Not 4 If 5 Someone 6 Better 7 Grosp 8 Visit 9 Confusion 10 Money 11 You 12 Fine 13 Executive 14 Lonely 15 Possess 16 May 17 Friends I S A 19 Opportunity 20Moy 21 Problems 22 You 23 For 24 Ability 25 Or 26 Untapped 27 Prevail 28 Or 29 Good 30 To ..(2)Good I 31 Repeat 32 May 33 Need 34 Establishing 35 Is 36 III 37 Talents 38 Today 39 Relatives 40 Time 41 Benefit 42 A 43 Prove 44 Assistance 45 Especially 46 New 47 Desires 48 Bring 49 Over 50 Write 51 Through 52 Secret 53 Annoying 54 Ask 55 Save 56 Impres'iive 61 Fo- 62 New 63 Told 64 And 65 The 66 Your 67 Today 68 Concerning 69 Company 70 In coming 71 An 72 Opening 73 Words 74 Others 75 Discouraging 76 Aren t 77 Sympathetic 78 Bills 79 Extended 80 Right 81 Personal 82 In, 83 Person 84 Confidence 85 Trip 86 Letters SCORflO OCT 2) NOV 21 7-1930-41,*: 51 62-72 SAGITTARIUS NOV 22 J % OtC 21 ii^} 1 14 25 36 f 47-58 69 T 57 Relationships 87 Info 58 Your 59 Them 60 Over due Si) Adverse 88 Money 89 Play 90 Prospects C S/30 Neutral CAPRICORN JAN 19 (f\^, 3-18-29-40/" 61-71-79-85^ AQUARIUS «» It 8-17-28 39/ 150-60-81 86 PISCES MM 20' 12-23-34-46, . -v ;. rtC L. 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