The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 11, 1975 · Page 12
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 12

Provo, Utah
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Friday, April 11, 1975
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Page 12-THE HERALD, Provo, Utah, Friday, April 11, 1975 Answer to Previous Puzzle Writings ACROSS 1 Short note 41 5 Heavy volumes openings 10 Term 43 Public notices 11 Kind ot football ( c ° n > pass 45 Possess 13 Got up 48 Youngster 14 Vespucci 50 Written 15 fry 54 Aimless 16 Political party (ab) 17 Droop 19 Constellation 20 Pub order 23 Umbrella support 26 Printing measures 28 Rye fungus 32 literary Nixon Has Royal Blood in Him scribblings 57 French composer 58 Ancient capital of Syria 59 Scene of contest 60 Shelters o' canvas 61 South American collection 33 Own signature pgyy^ 35 Sacred writing 37 Civil War general 38 American patriot (17311814) 39 Haunt 40 No matter origin 30 Frank 7 Sea (Fr) 31 Personal 8 Greek goddess pronoun 34 Mountain nymph 36 Daughter of Cadmus (myth) 42 Fish sauces 44 Extra 45 Harem room 46 Custom 47 Diplomatic missive 49 Hardwood 9 Icelandic narrative 10 Light touch 11 Chinese thinker. Tse 12 Ship's record 16 Entire range country 19 Harvester 21 Literary genre 22 Go astray 1 Female horse 23 Coarse tile 2 Narrative poem 24 Quechuan 51 Avouch 3 Washington Indian 52 Kneellke part hostess 25 Italian seaport 53 Guide's note 4 Native mineral 27 Round-headed 55 Racket 5 Florida bay nail 56 Destiny 6 Suffix denoting 29 Festive 57 Smart blow ByGREGORYJENSEN LONDON (UPI) - Richard Nixon has royal blood. So did Abraham Lincoln, Thomas Jefferson and Ulysses S. Grant. But George Washington had the most noble lineage of all American presidents. The experts of Burke r s Peerage, the 150-year-old reference work on England's nobility, said Wednesday 13 U.S. presidents were descended from kings. Burke said Nixon is a direct descendant of King Edward III. He's 20th in the line of descent from Edward III, who died in 1377, and he's related to Queen Elizabeth II. The reference book said Lincoln was descended from one king and Washington from four. But James Monroe had a whopping nine kings in his family tree. "Similar claims can be made by thousands of others," said Hugh Montgomery-Massing- berd, editor of Burke's Presidential Families of the United States of America, a 676-page reference book being published next week. One is the editor —22nd in line from Edward III. Another is David Williamson, who worked for seven years to compile the new book's presidential genealogies. The $39 book is largely a serious study of the 37 American Adventurer Faces Big Challenge ORLEANS, Mass. (UPI) Allen Chadburn, clad in heavy alpine gear and wooly boots, crawled into his 8'/4-foot boat "Dream" Wednesday and set sail for points east, hoping eventually to reach Portugal, 2,780 miles away. Chadburn, 29, married and the father of two children, said he expects to arrive in Europe in about 60 days. The Dream departed from Priscilla Landing, Cape Cod's outermost landing. It is equipped with a radio that has a range of 25 miles and another SOS radio device. "I'm excited and I have no question that the boat can stand the trip. I know I can make it," said the Chadburn, of Somerset, Mass. Chadburn said the single- masted fiberglass vessel had enough additional room for 60 days of supplies. The supplies are all canned goods, which he will eat cold to avoid a chance of fire. "I have no fear," said Natalie Chadburn, his wife and partner in a Somerset real estate agency. She was at quayside with their children, James, 5, and Joseph, 9, as Chadburn pushed off in his green boat. Wild rice is not really rice but an aquatic grass, not even closely related to common rice. presidents and their families. It lists every descendant of all presidents and each president's brothers and sisters and their descendants. An appendix of presidential family trees stretching far into the past shows the White House packed with presidents counting royal forebearers. Jefferson, Grant and William Howard Taft were all descended from David I of Scotland, who died in 1153. James Garfield had the earliest royal ancestor traced —King Henri I of France, who died in 1060. Lincoln, Washington, Monroe and John Quincy Adams all numbered the same king among their forebearers — Edward I of England, who died in 1307. "But Washington's lineage is the most spectacular of all the presidents," Montgomery-Ma- ssingberd said. "It goes back to 1180 at least and probably even further, to the kings of Scotland. It is a lineage the grandest peer would be proud of." President Ford, Montgomery- Massingberd added, has no known royal blood. Win at Bridge Antunes Makes Book Play NORTH 11 A652 VKJB • A98 *Q864 WEST EAST A 9 4 A Q 10 3 VA972 V1084 • Q7S4 •J103 *KJ5 * A 10 7 3 SOUTH (D) AAKJ87 VQ53 • K62 492 North-South vulnerable West North East South 1 A Pass 2 A Pass 2 A Pass 3 A Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 4 * up and he led a second low heart. Unfortunately for his purposes, Antunes had counted to nine assuming that South held the heart queen, as was most likely. So he rose with his ace of hearts. Then he made the book play of the jack of clubs as written up many times in this and other bridge columns. This is the only club he could have led to bring in four club tricks, but declarer had no defense against it. Actually, he covered with the queen. East took his ace; led a club back to West's king and scored the two final tricks with the 10 and seven. J The bidding has been: 11 West North East South . By Oswald & James Jacoby Who says that the so-called "Book Hands" don't come up all the time? Here is one from the European championships. North scraped the bottom of the barrel with his two-club response, but felt that he had to make another bid. South might well have rested in three spades, but he did go on to three notrump. Manuel Antunes of Portugal made his normal opening lead of the four of diamonds. South won in his hand, led a heart to dummy's king and a spade back to his jack. Business was really looking 1 A 3 * Pass 2 4. Pass Pass 3 * Pass You, South, hold: AKQ965 V A2 »K43*Q87 What do you do now? A — Bid three notrump. You do have heart control and if you bid three spades, your partner may not be able to go to notrump. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to four spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Send $1 lor JACOBY MODERN book to: "Win at Bridge." (c/o this newspaper), P.O. Box 489, Radio City Station, New York, N.Y. 10019. (NEWSHAl'EK KNTKKI'KISE ASSN. I Saturday April 12, 1975 ARIES (March 21-April 19)The early part of the day will prove profitable, but toward evening your extravagant traits will gain the upper hand if your're not careful. TAURUS (April 20-May 20)You're at your best today In situations where you can exercise your leadership qualities. Don't do things by committee. GEMINI (May 21-June20)Pur- sue your goals secretly at this time. Talking about them lessens chances for success. There'll be time to crow later. CANCER (June 21-July 22)You'll be the catalyst to bring your group together today. Just be careful. Don't try to mix those with opposing viewpoints. LEO (July 23-Aufl 22)Tenacity is not your strong suit today. In pursuing an ambitious interest, you'll let go before you grab the prize. VIRGO (Aug. 23-8ept.22)Work closely with those who support your ideas. Ignore persons whose counsel and assistance you know you can't win. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct.23)Be careful today In a situation where you share an interest, or all the cash will come out of your pocket. SCORPIO (Oct. 24- Nov.22)Don't take it upon yourself to change social plans affecting others without first consulting them. Angry words will result. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21)You're enterprising today, but only up to a point. Later, you'll try shortcuts that will cause you problems. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 19)Avoid large, noisy gathering today. They're apt to make you uncomfortable. Seek a more subdued atmosphere. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)lf you re entertaining at home invite only persons with whom you've exchanged social amenities before. Avoid potential free-loaders. PISCES (Fob 20-March 20)Don't let a know-it-all pal talk you out of an idea you've thoroughly studied. You're rightJn this case he's wrong. Your Birthday April 12, 197S Financial prospects are bright this year If you stay in areas whose worth you know. Keep out of uncharted seas. They could be dangerous for your ship of fortune. Writeoff... President Ford signs tax credit into law President Ford signed the new tax bill giving a 57r tax credit to home buyers buying a home that was started on or before March 25, 1975. The buyer will be allowed a tax credit of 5% of the sales price ... up to $2,000.00 when he files his tax return next year. To find out how you can use this tax credit on the purchase of a new home, call. . . 225-9393. 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