The News from Frederick, Maryland on June 9, 1970 · Page 6
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June 9, 1970

The News from Frederick, Maryland · Page 6

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THE NEWS, Frederick, Maryland t, Ifflt Mutt And Jeff THELAD/IN303 FAINTED IN KfeR BATHAND I PULLED flER Winthrop ne'e ALWAV© LIKE THIS FOR ASCOT ANHOJR/^FTER HE TAKE© Hie VITAMIN P/U-. Bugs Bonny "JACK AND JILL WENT UP TH' HILL..." I HOPE HE HAD A GOOD HOSPITALIZATION PLAN! "JACK FELL DOWN AN' BROKE HIS CROWN..." ® WO by Yfemtr Im. «. TMTM.fi«.UAM OH. S/cfe Glances IB IBB kr NU. IK. Tut tof. Ui M (,-t "Something nice for your pad, maybe? You could fill it with friends and call it a conversation pit!" Jo P/oy Trumps Is the Question By Oswald James Jacoby NORTH 4 3 2 V 9 5 3 · 83 4 J 8 7 5 4 2 WEST (D) EAST 410 4 J 9 7 4 V A K Q J 8 7 6 V 4 · 105 · J 9 6 2 SOUTH 4 A K Q 8 6 5 · A K Q 7 4 4 Void Both vulnerable West North East South 4 V Pass Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead -- V K H a m l e t and the fair Ophelia had taken on none other than Guildenstern and Rosenkranz, the best pair in Denmark in a set game at Castle Elsinore. Hamlet was h a p p y . Not only had he and Ophelia been playing well but good fortune had attended them and they were well ahead. He looked at his hand and was soliloquizing to himself "To slam or not to slam. That is the question." It was a happy Spliloquy. The not-so-melancholy Dane was looking at a mighty good hand. Guildenstern the d e a l e r could see that Hamlet was happy and decided a four- heart preempt was in order. This took care of Hamlet's slam problem. He settled for a four-spade bid. Guildenstern opened the king of hearts and continued with the ace. Rosenkranz played the 10 of clubs and Guildenstern led the ace in r e s p o n s e to the obvious signal. Hamlet ruffed and played out his ace of spades. Then he paused for another soliloquy. "To play trumps or not to play trumps, that is the question For whether 'tis better to suffer the peril of a diamond ruff or losers in both trumps and diamonds will soon be known." But* frtm US. WlAlHlt tUMAU · tttA I WEATHER FORECAST - Showers are forecast today for the Midwest, South and West. Rain is expected in the West. There will be mild weather in the East, warm weather in the - · · Midwest and cool weather in the West. (AP Wirephoto Map) N£ WSPAPERflR C H I V E ® -- . Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Narcotic (slang) 5 Snooze 8 Listen to 12 Unclose 13 Feminine appellation 14 Shield bearing 15 Saucy 16 Rodent 17 Become softened 18 Freudian term 20 Hebrew letter 21 Frightful giant 23 Summer, for instance 27 Mineral spring 28 Rows 30 Legal point 32 Ventilate 33 River (Sp.) 34 English river 35 Malayan gibbon 36 Conclusion 37 Fruit drink 38 Summer (Fr.) 39 Disdainful grimace 41 Kind 42 Public storehouses 44 French river 46 Baronet (ab.) 47 Observe 48Corm 51 Bustle 53 Municipality 57 Mountain (comb, form) 58 Nominal value 59 Tropical plant 60 The dill 61 Qualified 62 Fondles DOWN 1 Diamond- cutter's cup 2 Not closed (poet.) 3 Through 4 Penetrate 5 Roman ruler 6 Actress Gardner 7 Mass of butter 8 Residences 9 Before 10 Whole of 11 Expose to moisture 19 Obtain 20 Dance step 21 Morphine, for instance 22 Attic 23 Nets 24 Eat away 25 Decree 26 Sewing implement 27 Bargain event 29 Girl's name 31 Search for 39 Seaport (ab.) 40 Caviar 43 Head of an abbey for men 45 Cover anew 47 Classify , 48 Feathered scarf 49 Footed vase 50 Civil War general 51 Brazilian wallaba 52 Rebound 54 Island (Fr.) 55 Toddler 56 Affirmative 1 12 15 2 p"*TM"! 91 3 i^mm 79 4 18 f -- T 5 13 16 «mmmftm 6 7 8 14 17 10 11 146 48 57 60 49 50 51 58 61 52 1 53 59 62 54 55 56 9 CNewspoper Enterprise Assn) Then Hamlet, who was a great dummy player, led the ace and king of diamonds, ruffed a diamond, ruffed a club back to his hand, cashed his two top trumps and led diamonds until Rosenkranz ruffed for the final defensive trick. Had Hamlet led a second trump the play would have been a tragedy indeed. (Newspaper Enterprise Assn) STAR GAZER:**. ARIES MAR. 2 It . . , 9-14-23-a. ^55-56-80-85 TAURUS MAT 20 8-19-22-28J 67-77-86-90 LEO ' JULY 2? it Ov *· 5-13-16 VIRGO · AUG ?J I/ 1 Swf. 22 ^36-45-46-59 '65-72-78 -By CLAY R POLLAN- Your Doi/y Activity Guide According to the Stars. To develop message for Tuesday, read words corresponding to numbers of your Zodiac birth sign. 1 A 2 The 3 You'll 4 Your 5 Ability 6 Maybe 7 Shine 8 Keep 9 Plenty lOGood 11 Don't 12 There's 13 In 14 Of 15 News 16 Work 17Be 18 You're 19The 20 You've 21 Lonely 22 Pressure 23 Energy 24 Answer 25 Couoht 26 In 27 A 28 On 29 Tendency 30 Activity 31 Matters 32 Public 33 Short 34 Belated 35 Indicated 36 Don't 37 Or 38 Missing 39 Personal 40 Slews 41 Letters 42 Some 43 Organize 44 Been 45 Be 46 Gullible 47 Soacl 48 Money 491$ 50 Old time 51 When 52 To 53 Down 54 Almost 55 Push 56 A 57 Recognized 58 Favor 59 Discount 60 Awaiting Adverse 61 To 62 Get 63 Really 64A 65 What 66 Friend 67 Or 68 Needed 69 Overtired 70 Your 71 Circles 72 Someone 73 Stop 74 Records 75Moy 76 Rainy 77 You'll 78 Promises 79 Be 80 Pet 81 Doys 82 Or 83 May 84 Arrive 85 Idea 86 Fall 87 Stale 88 Come 89 Secured 90 Behind 6-13-21-384 2-50-66 4 LIMA HPT. ocf. 11-17-25-33J 51-76-81-88.1 SCORPIO ocr. 2J NOY. 21 24-34-39-41/? 43-70-74 SAGITTARIUS HOY. 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STICL AJOT MANJ EAJOUSH TO GO OUT AMD oope THe PRoBLeiWS OF MAK//VJ A Freckles And Friends MOST PEOPLE 6REEPY. IF TMEYCOULD A WISH COME 7UE WISH FOR A YACMr A MlLLIOM DOLLARS AMD l ALWAYS PICTURE SALVAir06 IT BEFORE (S IT SINKING? WITH A CARGO OFfl.COO Jr BILLS. AOUT A L1TTLE.OLD POWBOAT: Out Our Way V ^ M »·- b7i.ut_ wi^L.^7. y i |nt/^^ ^ArV^L-b. NS -x V WHITE OWES/ ll ^w_ .^ ^/g^lujfi^^^y ' --^^ T,!!T;** ^i · ·*· ^5^-- -sv=j--- PICK ME SOME Cf) IP LIKE SOME V/ WOULD M3U Ml WO THOSE YELLOW /OF THE BLUE ONES/N TALKIM' IN TERWOF 5£%X8®rj BSsaS^" *^£^3£x THE BLUE ONES// [THOSE SMALL ^ A*J'BOUQUETS'votf RE WHITE OWES.y LOOKIM'ACROSS'EM AM' ^ -' 1'MLOOKIN'R/eHTCOWM AT 'EM--AW' EACH ONS HAS ITS OWM HALF-ACRE/ Our Boarding House i TOLP u (SUvSTOPirrNj THE METAL VJRIST WARMERS II OM JAKE, BUT YOU HAD TO I PLAY IT FANCY/ so NO\W / HE'S PROBABLY CPAVOLIM' INTO THE BACK. OF A 1 CROSS-COUNTRY T R U C K / / m ^^T MP WE \WEPE ABOUT HAVIN' HIAA MEBEP/ \W£ SHOULDVE PEM.IZEP THAT HE TAKES OFF FASTER. THAN A USEP CAR SALESMAN AFTER HE HANDS OVER THE r P TM **t in LOOKS

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