The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 8, 1970 · Page 26
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June 8, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 26

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PBfcB-12 THE NBWS, Frederick, Maryland i, HM GLASS OF WINE/ HE 04*5 IF REMARRIES ME Bun Bunny BOSSY'S sSsE 1 WANT TO LOOK AT THE HATS THAT ARE ON SALE 1 I GOTTA WARN YA, ELMER, THEY'RE DISCONTINUED THANKS, AIM 7 CALL A6AJN\l) I DON'T CARE... A HATS A HAT! Side Glances "Congratulations, young .man! With your flair for creativity, you may someday write the great American expense account!" Standard Play For Classic Hand By Oswald James Jacoby NORTH (D) *Q32 V A 5 4 · A K 9 7 #863 WEST EAST 4 9 5 V103 · QJ1084 # A Q 9 2 SOUTH *1087 V J 9 7 2 · 62 # K 1 0 7 4 A A K J 6 4 V K Q 8 6 · 53 Both vulnerable West North East South 1 · Pass 1 * Pass 1N.T. Pas* 3* Pass 4 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead--· Q Jim- "There are certain plays that have been written up in books and articles for many years. When one of them comes up the experts all know them Do our readers?" Oswald. "Some do. There is no reason why everyone shouldn't know some of the more common ones." Jim: "One type involves leaving one enemy trump out while you play a side suit. Today's h a n d is a classic example of this type play." Oswald. "The bidding is rather interesting. North bids one no-trump instead of two spades because of his very balanced distribution. Then, after South jumps in hearts, North revalues his hand and jumps to four spades. He would l i k e his partner to move to a slam with a slightly better hand." Jim "The play for four spades is automatic. South has 10 top tricks the moment both opponents follow to the first trump lead. He might as well take the best play for 11. In duplicate those extra tricks are most important Even in rubber bridge they mean something " Oswald "He will make his 11 tricks if hearts break 3-3. but he has a p l a y for 11 against a bad heart break WEATHER FORECAST - Showers are forecast today for the Weft, Southwest and South. Cool weather i* expected in the East and West, (AP Wiraphoto Map) » 0 S[FWSP4PERflRCHIVE®»_« Mother's Corner Answer to Prtvmis Punic ACROSS 1 Mother's main concern 6 Family member (coll.) 10 Concealed 12 Northwestern state 14 Prominent individual 15 Welsh buccaneer 16 Conflict in Greek drama 18 Borch (Flemish painter) 19 Together (comb, form) 22 Petty quarrel 24 Chemical suffixes 27 Irish battle cry 29 Epochs 31 Ex-soldier 32 Father (comb, form) 34 Mother's Day bouquet 36 Shakespearean hero 38 External 39 Pedal digit 40 Palm fruit 42Nota 43 Be mistaken 44 Tears 46 Dental degree (ab.) 47 Watering place 50Sky(Fr.) 52 Lessen 55 "The hand that rocks the n 59 Kite 60 Rescuer 61 Sea inlets 62 Pennies DOWN 1250 (Roman) 2 Garden tool 3 Yellow bugle plant 4 Mother of Helen (myth.) 5 Sediment 6 Simple 7 Made worse 8 Extinct bird 9 Feminine name 11 Figure of speech 12 Mystic syllable 13 Decay 17 Drug 19 American author, Truman 20 Public speaker 21 Honor day for motherhood (2 words) 23 Form of Buddhism 25 Literary genre 26 Cubic meters 28 Raw metal 30 Theatrical abbreviation 33 Ancient 35 Under (prefix) 37 Malayan gibbon 41 Narrative poems 45 Pinnacle of ice 48 Playspn words 49 High card 51 Wash (poetic) 52 Rebel (coll.) 53 Guido's high note 54 Diminutive suffix 56 Noise 57 Land parcel 58 Bitter vetch i 10 14 ····i 2 ···· 3 ^^ 4 16 5 11 that won't jeopardize his contract." Jim: "After both opponents follow to the second trump l e a d South should start on the heart suit. If the second or third heart is ruffed he will be able to use dummy's last trump to ruff C*pt*ift The Jaduoa TwiM ft I DO TON 1CIC OWN ANNULLING THS WONT CO MUCH 0300 XXI LOO* THESE WPS IP f SO 60 FINP SOMETHING TO AMUSE YOURSELF UMTIU IT POES. ...BUT SOME- THINS WILL PROBABLY TURN UP/ I DOMTKNOW WHAT YOU 3UYS FtGGERICAN DO ABOUT NO MORE \ NO. WE'RE / CAUSED TIME- TOd BUSY / MOSTLY BY MACHINE /HUNTINQAl AUWMOBLP CURE FOR POLLUTION STAR GAXEK* ARIES MA*. 21 -An. i» 9-10-23-34 '47-57-66 |g-\ · x f TAURUS An 20 MAY 20 -\ 5-14-21-30J x - 7 3 85-90 GEMINI II 20 W32-42 46-55 58-42-58 CANCER » 1- 3- 7-11 '36-38-82-84 LEO - ji/ir n AUG. 22 2-15-27-45 S'65-71-78 ®« VIRGO / AUG. 2) ' tin. 12 35-49-52 1-64-81-83 - H v C L ^ Y R POLLEN- Your Daily Activity Guide Jt"t According fo the Sfon. To develop message for Monday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 1 Best 2 You 3 For 4 Opposite 5 Bod 6 Sex 7 Contacting 8 Your 9 Excellent 10 Day 11 Professional 12W.II 13 Do 14 Policy 15 Can 16 Reciprocate 17Be 18 If 19 Views 20 Are 21 Ti 22 Your 23 For 24 Extra 25 Kind 26 Consider 27 Successfully 26 Serv IC e 29 Some 30S.t 31 You're 32 Irritation 33 Well 34 Business 35 Making 36 Persons 371s 38 Especially 39 Sharp 40 Expected 41 Supported 42 Indicated 43 Bargaining 44 Words 45 Cope 44 Doe 47 Tnps 48 Warmly 49 A 50 Up 51 The 52 Motor 53 Of S4And 55 To 56 Assistance 57 Or 58 Carelessness 59 Will 60 By LIIRA SW. 23 OCT. 22 16-18-31-511 67-76^86-881 Adverse 61 Chang* 62 Or 63 You 64 In 65 With 66 Interviews 67 Beneficiary 68 Extravagance' 69 In 70 A 71 Financial 72 Today 73 Late 74 Associates 75 Responsive 76 Of 77 Purchase 78 Difficulties 79 Be 80 Appreciated 81 Your 82 Law 83 Habits 84 People 85 forget 86 Nice 87 And 88 Gift 89 Willing 90 TV 6/8 SCORPIO ocr 234 NO* 21 22-25-44-: 56-59-; SAGITTARIUS nor. 22 / DIC 21 24-26-37-40 JT 53-63-723^ CAPRICORN DIC 22 ^ JAN 1* £\ 4- 6-12-17^48^7587-89 AQUARIUS JAN. 20 41-60-74 PISCES i )2ji HAH 20v? 13-29-39.43i W 70-77 Priscilla's Pop ._ NATIONAL DEBT IS STAGGBR1N! ·« I DIDN'T KNOW MY GIRL WORRIED ABOUT SUCH MATTEPS1 ( CERTAJNUf MAKES THESE v_ PEW THINGS FROM (MILADY'S SWOPPHSEEM ^^rv INSIONIPICANT/ k ^/* The Born Loser Eek Meek X DOKJ'T AAIUD \ SOME SUMMER. ) ... / Freckles And Friends his last heart If both op- : ponents follow to the third heart, he d r a w s the last trump and has his 11 tricks As it is. East is long in both hearts and spades so South gets to ruff his fourth heart and make his extra trick. SO WHATS KYOJ'D LOOK JUST ^6 WlTM 1 LIKe HIM, DEAR. I gESEMBLED I IF YOU MAO H6 S PAUL NEWMAN ? y PMV5IQU6 , HIS (/ ^=-- r-^BEAUTlFUL, PALE(n ^%»^ VE LUE EYE5 "E^. --Asia A CURL IN YOUR. FULL HEAD OF PREMATURELY SPAY HAIR... ...IP YOU MAP A FULL HAIR.-*'/ ~C^ Out Our Way HE'S STILL Y I WON'T--1 MAVEW T sOT TIME FOR "** IN BEP--POMT?0 / TALtt' J A A MERELY aOWWA PUT TME^e FAR \v ITH THAT X iw SEP WITH HIA.I 50 HE-LU 067 THE ·PUT IF i EVER Fiwr- ^ ----, \ EM OLIT j» THE FPOMT WALK \ HE LL VERY Uk-ELY WINP J V 3 Our Boarding House =VEN A _ose -HIS MER^£ 3ROU6HT A. iNTO JUVENILE COUttT BUT JAKE, IO PEEl. FO(8 MAX ' \WH£N HE A9OUT V\US-r B£ \\ORE WORRIED THAN) A uONVE Pi-WE UMPIRE TORM PANTS' N THE ». BABY \JJHAT ABOUT YOUR 'v\ON£? FWSP4PER

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