The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 3, 1970 · Page 38
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June 3, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 38

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Captain Easy FI5HY ABOUT THI?1 IF MK.BUti.AKP REAUY WORK* FOR McKEE H«K £HOW SOU HJf Matt And Mt OP«N =1 WIDER, PLEA5C/ LONGER/ WIPER The Jackson Twins IT'S GONNA Be A RACE TO SEE WHO GETS HEEE FIBST, HI/MOC/WY FKTHER SHOULD BE HEBE BY NOW THE MUSIC SOUND NEAT CCAMNG ·3USM THE WINPOW ? WANNA WALK Alley Oop Bugs Bunny American Statesmen THAT LAZY FELINE WITH A JOB? THIS I'M LATE FOR WORK! HIYA, SYLVESTER i / SORRY, WHAT'S UP? J( GUVNOR, NO ^ f \ TIME FOR // \ CHITCHAT! 5/c/e Glances ACROSS 1 John 4 Henry 8 Marshall 12 Past 13 Opera heroine 14 Wind instrument 15 Alexander ==d=\**J^ W ^ --/» « · * « ?W . THIS IS A GOOD SPOT DURINS THE MOON PUSH HOURi _ £} 1970 by Worrier BfOt tnc I .*- tf'3 "TM R/g US Pa* OK H 'Did you ever have one of those days when you didn't want to protest anything?!" Negative Double Works on Defense By Oswald James Jacoby NORTH 4 7 5 V K 9 4 3 · J 9 4 3 #Q107 WEST A A Q 1 0 8 4 V Q J 8 4 7 5 4*852 SOUTH EAST (D) A 2 V A 1 0 2 4 A K 8 6 * K J 9 4 3 A K J 9 6 3 V 7 6 5 4Q102 North-South vxilnerable West North East South 1 4 14 Pass Pass Dble Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -- 4 7 You can't blow hot and cold at the same time. If you use a negative double and want to double for business you must pass and hope for the b e s t Sometimes this works out well You get a chance to double one trick higher On other occasions the bid will get back to \ our partner. At this p o i n t he should m a k e " a n effort to double for you. Of course, his double will be a normal take-out double but you will convert it to a business double by passing. South's one spade overcall was a trifle unsound. He might not have made it if he hadn't k n o w n that West could only double him for take-out North had no bid and now East did double. He had too good a hand to sell out at one s p a d e and was quite happy "when West passed North and South weren't at all happy at the prospect of playing one spade doubled but they had no place to go and had to suffer. The defense started out with a rush East won the diamond l e a d , cashed his second high diamond and gave his partner a ruff West led the q u e e n of hearts Dummy's king lost to West's ace East c a s h e d the 10 of hearts and led his deuce of spades to his partner's eight West took his pack of hearts for the seventh defensive trick and led a club. Answer to Previous Puzzle room 18 Kind of nut 19 Former German ruler 21 Strikes 23 To lamb (dial) 24 Liverhke svibstance 25 French philosopher 29 European mountains 30 Compass point 31 Epoch 32 Birthplace of Henry IV 33 Female sheep 35 Lamp flame condensing ring 36 Invests with state dress 38 Relish 39 Pen tip 40 Savage 41 Organic salts 44 Law of Dutch East Indies 45 Turkish regiment 46 Fruit of a sort (pi.) 50 Stated 51 Level 52 Scottish explorer 53 Heating vessel 54 Wands 55 Take into court DOWN 1 Hebrew deity 2 Turkish leader 3 Jewish holiday (2 words) 4 Formal visitor 5 Lithuanian gold com 6 Fuss 7 New Englanders 8 Jesting 9 Kimorjo sashes 10 Ground ivy 11 Close 16 Jots 20 Rhine tributary 21 Form 22 Dark (var., comb form) 25 Insects 26 Attendants 27 Constellation 28 Mother-of- pearl 33 Hebrew legendary ancestor 34 Daniel 35 Diamond ·weight 37 Iroquoian Indian 38 Enclosed autos 40 Renowned 41 Relaxation 42 Lath 43 Tin plate 47 Egg (comb form) 48 Water (Fr ) 49 Observe 1 12 15 16 18 13 6 7 [25 130" 20 8 14 17 - 9 10 ····M 11 ^^·M 26 27 28 |3f 34 139 41 45 50 53 42 43 i 46 (47 51 54 48 49 South won with the ace and led a club back. East won and proceeded to lead his last diamond South ruffed West overruffed and led his last club. South ruffed this for his second trick but (Newspaper Enterprise Ann.) had to give West the last two It had taken mightly good defense to hold South to two tricks but that is what can happen when you make light vulnerable overcalls. ··Tv 3J TAURUS APR^ 20 t M/*y 20 r^-,36-44.54 63 75 76 77 WEATHER FORECAST - Rain is forecast today for the Easti Midwest and South. Showers are expected in the East and South. There will be cool weather in the East, (AP Wire- photo Map) * ARIES MAR 21 ^-AfK '9 9 12 27 46 55-73 84-90 GEMINI N 5 11-25 32 53 61 80 85 CANCER ,, \ JUNE 2) n N 28-28 35 ^55 60 87 88 LEO £« · - \ 3 4-1933 ·°-'"5970 VIRGO AUG 23 10-13-2029 48-57 82 89 -B\ CLAY R POLLAN- JM Vour Daily Activity Guide H. v^ According fo (he Stars * To develop message for Wednesday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign 6-17-21-30,^? 38 51-67 Some 2 Th.ngs 3 You 4 Seem 5 Spongers 6 Secret 7 Delo»s 8 Seem 9 Check 10 You II 11 Could 12 That 13 Ee 14 Fears 15 May 16 There's 17 Good 18 Close 19 Ab'e 20 Able 21 Chances n Don t 23 Develop 24 And 25 Be 26 The 27 You've 28 At 29 To 30 To 31 In 32 Lucky 33 T o 34 Backtrack, 35 Loose 36 Possibility 37 Anxieties 38 Settle 39 Your 40 Advance 41 May 42 Stars 43 Eyes 44 Of 45 You. 46 Got 47 Are 48 Acquire 49 A 50 Moment 51 Pending 52 Kind 53 Look 54 Lurk 55 Ends 56 Confuse 57 ~hings 58 To 59 Creative 60 And S) Ad verse 61 Up 62 What 63 In 64 Cannot 65 Necessary 66 Be 67 Matters 68 You 69 To 70 Interests 71 Firm 72 You 73 Licenses 74 Resolute 75 Certain 76 Speculative 77 Efforts 78 Money wise 79 Be 80 New 81 Well laid 82 You 83 Helped 84 And 85 Contacts 86 f lans 87 Somewhat 88 Futile 89 Desire 90 Document-, SCORPIO OC7 NOY 1- 7-15-23 31-4581 SAGITTARIUS NOY DEC 6-14-24-37 (j (41-56-68 V3 22 V ft 21 fV CAPRICORN DEC 22 ^ ' /"V^. JAN !9V^ 26-42-47-52 69-72-78 AQUARIUS JAN 20 ^^ FEB !8 /^5 22-34-49-50/T 66 71 74. VJL PISCES fES 19 W"MAR 20'*\ 18-394358i S2-64-79-83- rr ADPS UP TO SVSTEM OF MILES PER POUND OF CONDENSED ENERGY... A PORTABLE SOURCE OF CONTINUOUS ENERGY... ...7HW WOULD BE A BIG STEP IN OUR. BATTLE WITH ATMOSPHERIC CONTAMINATION! THEN LET'S SHUT POWN THE TIME- MACHINE AND DEVOTE ALL OUR TIME TO IT/ OKAY, BUT FIRST, LET'S BRING IN OUR NUMBER ONE STRONS BOY Priscilla's Pop YOU \ THINK: · I'D EVEN BE SEEM WITH 'EM? l WOULD VF YOU TMINK rD WEAR JENNV LU SATS VOLl'D LOOK CUTE SIDEBURNS 11 The Born Loser X FARCCN"? I SAID, I HAN» Eek Meek 197C by NEA Inc TM R t g U S tot Off HOKJ OLD DOGS A fc HAVE. TO SB BEFORE ALLOUJED TO UU OAJKJ LlFET Freckles And Friends L KINJP OF VUISM sue HApKS-r I^APE TMI5 A COWMERCIAL TMO GOAT? - _ / Yes, PULL PRYJ WMI5KER? AMD MAKE COME TROe FOR V HE DISLIKE MAVIN VJM(SK£RS PULLEDf MO, WlA'A^A. VIEWS EXPR£SSED ARE MOT "faose OF Out Our Way AM' SO WOULP " STOOL--THAT'S WHV WHY, .SURE,!M (3OMMA PAIMT THE OTHER SlOfc OF MY AIR PJ.AWE- IT'D LOOK AWFUL. FUMMV" HALF-PA)MTEC WOULPN'T IT? THE WORRY V/ART Our Boarding House USUALLY HE HAS A YOU rSJVS S== T J = VJ Trf T J E GP P.LLS iM IT ? SO/V= Cf2OOil SVUi^EP IT/ HIS MOTOR./ BUT HE'S BEEM QUIET ALL IF THIS \S SUPPOSEP TO 55 A 3OKE, cSET VOUP FUNNY LINES REAPy FOR THE FBI / THEM PILLS W,^S \WOf2TH A FOR.TUME ' \wopse EVERY PAY/ 2s THAT A QUOTE, NEWSPAPER! 4

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