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Kearney Keno Available at: Big Apple • The Chicken Coop • Dome Lounge Jersey’s Sports Bar & Grill • Fanatics Sports Bar YOU CAN’T WIN IF YOU DON’T PLAY Caring for generations 125 East 23rd • Kearney, NE • 234-2447 • Medicare &Medicaid Approved Friends and Family Love at all Times Answers to last week’s Boggle BrainBuster: CELEBRITY CIPHER by Luis Campos By PHILLIP ALDER Andrews McMeel Syndication for UFS Nido Qubein, a businessman and motivational speaker, said, “Nothing can add more power to your life than concentrating all your energies on a limited set of targets.” Bridge defenders usually do not need to win many tricks to defeat a contract. When the dummy appears, both of them should ask where they will find those winners. In today’s deal, for example, West leads the heart two against four spades. What should East do? North had two sensible respons- es to his partner’s one-spade opening. He might have bid four diamonds, a splinter showing four or more spades, at least game-go- ing values and a singleton (or void) in diamonds. Instead, he chose the Jacoby Forcing Raise so that he could learn more about his partner’s hand. When South jumped to four spades to indi- cate a minimum opening with no side-suit singleton or void, North passed, hoping that his partner had some wasted values in diamonds — and he did! East knew that his partner had led a singleton. (Remember, South had denied a void in the auction.) So East rapidly won with his heart ace and returned the heart three. After West ruffed and shifted to a low club, declarer won with dummy’s king and played a trump. East took that trick and led a third heart, but South ruffed high, Do not forget the target drew East’s remaining trump and claimed. If East had wondered about the fourth defensive trick, he would have seen the neces sity for a club shift at trick two. Then, after giving West his heart ruff at trick four, East could receive a club ruff at trick five. Consider the alternatives. NEWYORK (AP) — The last thing the world needs, Lady Gaga says, is another beauty brand. But that’s too bad. The pop star made all her Little Monsters happy Tuesday when she released a video with that message on social media. It heralds the com- ing of her new beauty line, Haus Laboratories, reportedly to be sold on Amazon come September. Gaga dropped the news in an interview with the Business of Fashion, coinciding with the video that encourages all to embrace their own ideas about beauty. Business of Fashion says the three initial prod- ucts are multiuse color for cheeks, eyes and lips in six shade families. A kit with all three will sell for $49. Pre-orders begin Monday. Gaga says in the video: “Beau- ty is how you see yourself.” She adds, “We want you to love yourself.” Lady Gaga to sell makeup on Amazon Lady Gaga