Jamaica Gleaner : 2020-10-17

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| www.jamaica-gleaner.com | LEISURE B6 THE GLEANER, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020 24 For the latest puzzles news, tricks and tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our clue-writing contest, sign up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter PRINTED AND DISTRIBUTE­D BY PRESSREADE­R PressReade­r.com +1 604 278 4604 ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY . ORIGINAL COPY COPYRIGHT AND PROTECTED BY APPLICABLE LAW 8 8 Heather (4) 9 Chinese soup (5-4) 2 Sinful (4) 11 Deserving (6) 3 Bumper 13 carYoung(6) hare (7) 4 Garden 15 (anag.)Vibration(6) (6) 17 5 Reply (6) 16 Somewhat (6) 6 List of permittedC­orset(6) 18 foods (4,5) 20 Pincers (6) 7 Hideous 22 (4)Chemist (7) 10 Wholly (7) 23 Graham —, novelist 18 12 Attempt (4) 24 (6) 13 WWII arrangemen­t; 25 Decree (9) ladle seen (anag.) 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THE GLEANER ARCHIVES Article I included 21 For archival research, photograph­s, front pages and more, please contact The waste disposal Gleaner Library. Call: (876) 932-6231. Email: library@gleanerjm.com. 15 Feeling of anger See library/archive video at http://jamaicagle­aner.com/library Online: thegleaner­store.mycapture.com confused shy Conclude Leanne turned up to be Ceremonial nearly everything Folly of girl America (6) Flood stopped handyman (4) Down 1 3 4 5 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Down 4 5 6 Debbie Reto and Lori Canterbery get their order from Jay’s Sand Bar 11 Floating BBQ, serving pork nachos and alligator bites to hungry boaters 1 and bikini-wearing partiers on the sandbar in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, on October 10. 10 9 puzzles.telegraph.co.uk AP 12 11 3 4 5 May Anglican novice withdraw? (6) Singers unchanged having turned up (4) Frenzied comedian, 16 (8) Put Sid out senseless (6) Moving Lighting-up picture and time? (8) descriptio­n Cut support of onion? after (4-6) finishing early (6) Congregati­on race to find Range of notes, not English, grazing land (5,3) found with old book (6) Do not tell people how to Old drink Edmund did not sell save 15 locally electricit­y (8) (4,2,3,4) Article Sorted I included secret in type depot of for waste advertisem­ent? disposal (10) (10) 16 14 Pound, perhaps, that’s found 15 Feeling of anger going round Three prizes of a £25 electronic book token in a Bible? (4) 18 confused will be awarded shy figure to the (8) senders of the first three correct solutions opened from 15 all Picnicker those received. Stan upset Prizes and will be sent electronic­ally to the email address 16 you Conclude enter in Leanne the coupon regularly below. terrified (5-8) turned up to be very annoying (8) 19 17 Growth in infancy stalled (4) 18 Ceremonial 18 Fight with way no to admission shape nearly charge everything (4-3-3) (6) 22 Waiter is stirring something Folly of girl crossing North in the garden (8) America (6) Deputy who works to rule (6) Flood stopped by bogus A couple almost handyman (4) reconstruc­ted dome (6) Particular skill about pa’s undoing bag (8) 13 14 2 SUDOKU Prize Crossword 29,431 15 14 16 Across 7 9 6 Across Across 8 6 PHOTO 3 FLASHBACK Down 1 2 4 5 –THE GLEANER ARCHIVES TODAY’S GEM “Before you smile, just think awhile Which one is me? The things friends say behind one’s back. After one’s had their tea.” From: In the Best of Circles by Carmen Wellington TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You’ve got the right idea, so don’t hesitate. Take action. An outgoing approach will help you win the support you require to get your way. Changes at home or to the way Prize Crossword 29,431 you work will be beneficial. Share with someone you love. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Back away from questionab­le situations. Someone will take advantage of you or put you at risk if you buy Prize Crossword 29,431 puzzles.telegraph.co.uk into their plans. Play it safe, follow the rules and do your best to 7 Lighting-up time? (8) stay safe and healthy. 9 Cut support after finishing 1 2 3 CANCER (June 21-July 22): Do what early comes (6) naturally and forgo getting involved 7 Lighting-up in other time? people’s (8) plans. 7 10 You’ll Range come of notes, up with not a English, great idea that will make your life and your relationsh­ip with someone 9 Cut support after finishing found with old book (6) better. Pamper yourself. Romance is favoured. early (6) 11 Old drink Edmund did not sell 10 LEO (July 10 Range 23-Aug of notes, 22): Don’t not English, lose sight locally of your (8) goals, regardless of what others plan to do. Channel your energy into preparatio­n, found with old book (6) 12 Sorted secret type of details and getting to the heart of the matter. Challenge yourself, 12 advertisem­ent? 13 (10) and you 11 will Old make drink Edmund gains that did exceed not sell your expectatio­ns. locally (8) 14 Pound, perhaps, that’s found VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept 22): Learn something new, and it will change 12 Sorted secret type of in a Bible? (4) 15 your life. Personal growth, enlightenm­ent and feeling passionate about what advertisem­ent? you do will (10) encourage better 15 Picnicker relationsh­ips Stan upset with and the people who 14 Pound, mean perhaps, the most that’s to you. found Make terrified love and (5-8) romance priorities. 18 in a Bible? (4) 17 Growth in infancy stalled (4) LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct 22): A secretive approach to what you want to 15 Picnicker Stan upset and 18 Fight with no admission achieve will help secure your position and ability to move forward. Don’t let terrified someone (5-8) intervene and throw 20 charge your (4-3-3) plans into disarray. Collect your 17 Growth thoughts, in infancy pay stalled attention (4) to detail 20 Waiter and is proceed stirring something quietly. 18 Fight with no admission in the garden (8) SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov 21): Stop making 23 excuses, and follow through charge with your (4-3-3) plans. Wasting time 21 now Deputy will who lead works to setbacks to rule (6) later. An 20 emotional Waiter is incident stirring something or insensitiv­e 23 comment A couple almost someone makes will have in an the impact garden on (8) the way you choose reconstruc­ted to live. Take dome a (6) chance and make a move. 21 Deputy who works to rule (6) 24 Particular skill about pa’s SAGITTARIU­S 23 A couple (Nov almost 22-Dec 21): Stick undoing close to bag home, (8) and rethink how you want to do things. Refuse to let someone from your past reconstruc­ted dome (6) meddle in your affairs or cause you Solution to take No on 29,430 something you 24 Particular skill about pa’s shouldn’t. Fix up your space to accommodat­e your needs. undoing bag (8) Entry: Scan or photograph your filled-in solution and coupon and send by email, along with your postal address, to: prize.puzzles@telegraph.co.uk with CAPRICORN (Dec 22-Jan 19): How you handle others will determine DT 29,431 in the subject field. how much Solution help No you 29,430 receive. Criticism and D complaints will not fetch Closing date: 9am Friday. Solution and winners’ names published Mon, Aug 10. assistance, WHALER but incentives ACCUS and encouragem­ent ING will help you get your way. Romantic O O E plans D will A bring U E you Name closer to someone you love. UNCOMFORTA­BLE S A E P C S D Email address AQUARIUS D IPLOMAT (Jan 20-Feb HOTELS 18): Be leery of offers from demanding people or a N pushy B salesperso­n. E A Go E directly to the source to find out IGNORE DARKNESS what’s what. Keep personal matters to Yesterday’s yourself. A Quick proposal Solution will not U R E C be as favourable TOUR ISTS as someone PRETTY wants you Across: to believe. 1 Run-in, 5 Wilde, (Running P S E R H wild) 8 Alike, 9 Admit, 10 Intervals, 11 REPELS AGENC IES Inn, 12 Gingerbrea­d, 15 Developmen­t, PISCES (Feb 19-March 20): You can 19 make Egg, 20 Unchanged, a difference 22 India, if you 23 R L C S S H A pitch in and ADVERT help. Your ISEMENT insight, experience Shown, and 24 Tempo, understand­ing 25 Germs. will encourage T others E U to do D more. N You’ll S R receive Help 1 with 2 inside today’s 3 Quick informatio­n Crossword clues that can help SENS your financial IBLE situation. T ITLES Make love and romance priorities. ARIES (March 21-April 19): Be careful how you handle situations that can affect your reputation, position or status. A reserved approach to what others do or say will keep you out of trouble. Use intelligen­ce and facts to encourage others to make better decisions. HOROSCOPE THIS DAY IN OUR PAST The following events took place on October 17 in the years identified: 1958: Excelsior turn in a good performanc­e to draw 1-1 with defending Manning Cup football champions Kingston College in the second match of the double-header at Sabina Park. 1961: Flood rains continue all over Jamaica, rendering several roadways impassable and causing damage in the Corporate Area, which may run into tens of thousands of pounds. May Anglican novice 1961: By unanimous withdraw? (6) vote, the House Singers of unchanged Representa­tives having approves a resolution by Premier Norman turned up (4) Manley to set up a Select Frenzied Committee comedian, 16 of (8) the House Put Sid to out prepare senseless proposals (6) for a Constituti­on of Jamaica to take Moving picture and effect on Independen­ce. puzzles.telegraph.co.uk descriptio­n of onion? (4-6) Congregati­on race to find grazing land (5,3) Do not tell people how to save electricit­y (4,2,3,4) Article I included in depot for waste disposal (10) Feeling of anger going round confused shy figure (8) Conclude Leanne regularly turned up to be very annoying (8) Ceremonial way to shape nearly everything (6) Folly of girl crossing North America (6) Flood stopped by bogus handyman (4) 1962: Two US foreign service inspectors of the Department of State, Washington, D.C., Donald Ralston and James Pratt, accompanie­d by their wives, arrive in Jamaica for vacation. 1975: Prime Minister Michael Manley announces that Jamaica has two new national heroes – Sam Sharpe and Nanny of the Maroons. 25 For the latest puzzles news, 26 tricks and tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our clue-writing contest, sign up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter 27 (4) 28 Decree (9) Mislay (4) Cattle-shed Let fall (4) 27 28 For the latest puzzles news, tricks and tips, exclusive prize puzzles and our clue-writing contest, sign up for our weekly puzzles newsletter at telegraph.co.uk/puzzlesnew­sletter 26 20 Flatfish (6) 21 Anglesey, e.g. (6) 23 Ball game (4) 24 Resound (4) prize.puzzles@telegraph.co.uk telegraph.co.uk/privacypol­icy. 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