Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 7, 1965 · Page 14
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 14

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, May 7, 1965
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FOURTEEN I RON WOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, MAY 7, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Saturday, May 8 "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way.' 1 ARIES: 'Mar. 21-Apr. 19 >: Strong sales resistance indicated. You insist upon quality and will not be rushed into decision. Consider important situation at home.and give it your attention. TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20): Proposal received by fam i 1 y member may need added consideration. Offer counsel. But be diplomatic. Fine for putting finishing touches on projects at home. GEMINI (May 21-June 201; Try to get money matters wet- tied. Express independence of thought, action. Be confide n t. Then others are inspired to help. Day to record ideas. Be thorough. CANCER <June 21-J u 1 y 22): Read GEMINI message. Be aware of hidden meanings. Check fine print. Relax tonight with family, friends. Key is simplicity, NOT extravagance. LEO i July 23-Aug. 221: Time to check all possibilities, alternatives. Cycle continues high. But family conflict could drain emotional energy. Be reasonable. Make concessions. Apply Golden Rule. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Look behind the scenes. What you seek now is close at hand. 3ood • time to read and learn. Stay close to home base and enjoy family members. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Time to be realistic about finances. Friends mean well . . . but they may lack complete information. Best to heed y o u r :>wn counsel. Civic activities are indicated. SCORPIO (Oct. 23- Nov. 21): Seek harmony at home. Entourage family member in crea- •ive art endeavor. You may require privacy today. Get ihoughts in order. Seek self-understanding. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. U): Good lunar aspect encour- iges writing, corresponde nee. -excellent day for various arts Drojects. Avoid the sensational, lint. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J a n. 19):"Face facts now as they ex- .st. Don't create new opposition through stubborn attitude. Much strength on yourjside. But pa- •ience is required today. Cooperate. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Delay dealing with higher-up, [ron out details. Some special obstacles require more attention. Finish rather than start projects. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): KITTEN COVER! — A cute way of hiding that extra roll of bathroom tissue—this fluffy kitten is so amusing and fun to crochet! Pattern No. 5116-N has crochet directions; stitch illustrations. To order, send 35c In coins to: Anne Cabot, Ironwood Dally Globe, ! 407 S. Wacker Drive, i Chicago, 111., 60607 | For Ist-class mailing add lOc i for each pattern. Print Name, I Address with Zip Code, Style No. i and Size. ! Send 50c now for your '65 Spring-Summer Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! • Fine evening for entertaining, | being entertained. Discuss plans i with family. Find out what loved ones really desire. Avoid senseless dispute. ft ft it \ IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH' DAY . . . your convictions are iyour guide. You adhere to high i principles in the fact of odds. ! 666 i GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for LEO, VIRGO, LIBRA. Special word to i PISCES: Maintain steady pace. i Avoid extremes. BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 7 A 9 5 4 3 VKQJ9 • .15 + 743 WEST EAST AK82 *A7 ¥542 ¥10 863 « AQ9842 476 + J * K Q 10 6 2 SOUTH (D) AQJ106 ¥A7 4K103 + A985 North and South vulnerable South West North East 1 * 2 • Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—¥ K. the extra 20 points. The difference would have been nothing in rubber bridge, but it was almost all the match points here since at most tables North-South went down one trick at two spades and their East-West opponents scored 100. Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 1 ¥ Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK876 ¥QJ3 *A54*A2 What do you bid? A—Bid two spades. Ton have 18 high-card points, a rood suit, and support for your partner. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner rebids two no- trump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Annual Bank Women's Conference Is Slated BOYNE FALLS (AP) — The llth annual Bank Women's Conference in scheduled at Boyne Highlands next Wednesday and Thursday. It is sponsored by the Michigan Bankers Association. CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "The ideal husband? I'd say one with a nice disposition, generous nature and a cast iron stomach!" SWEETIE PIE—By Nadine Seltzer r )• awaken you again, but Shuitz wants a glass of water, By JACOBY & SON One of the fascinations of duplicate bridge is that even a two- diamond contract is likely to prove of great interest and be just as important as a grand slam when the match points are awarded. West's jump to two diamonds i was one of those popular weak- sh jump overcalls. This time it nanaged to silence the opposition and North opened his kingj of hearts. South looked over! those four hearts to the ten in i dummy and decided that he j could not afford-to overtake with the ace. Hence he played the seven' spot. North shifted to a spade j and at this point West should) have managed to wind up with | an overtrick for a score of 110 points since a successful part score contract is awarded a 50 point bonus in duplicate. Unfortunately for his purposes West made a mistake and won ;he spade in dummy. Then he led the deuce of clubs. South went right up with the ace and cashed his ace of hearts. Then he led the three oL,diamonds. Now, West went into a huddle and decided he could not afford a trump finesse because if it lost North could kill dummy with a second trump lead. So West rose with the ace, cashed his king of pades; ruffed his last spade and discarded his last heart on one of dummy's good clubs. He lost ,wo trumps at the end but made j lis contract on the nose for a score of 90. If West had won the first spade n his own hand he could have afforded the trump finesse when South led the suit and would have made that overtrick and Q—What site has been selected in the United States for a statue honoring Sir Winston Churchill? A—The grounds of the British embassy, Washington, D.C. Q—Why is Utah called "The Beehive State"? A—The Mormon pioneers called their region Deseret, a term which means "honey-bee" in the Book of Mormon, and is a symbol of industry and hard work. Q_Which of the constellations covers the largest area in the sky? A—Hydra is the most extensive constellation, stretching one-third of the way around the heavens. Hi-Y Clubs Head 'Let Freedom Ring' Drive LANSING (AP) — G 0 V. George Romney has named the Hi-Y Clubs of the YMCA to coordinate the 1965 "Let Freedom Ring on Independence Day" campaign July 4. The clubs reported that bells were rung on the holiday in 212 Michigan communities last year. Classes Are Canceled Due to a Bomb Scare SAULT STE. MARIE (AP) An anonymous bomb scare forced cancellation of all classes at Sault Ste. Marie High School Wednesday afternoon. A bomb disposal squad from nearby Kincheloe Air Force Base searched the building. No bomb was found. The United States ranks as fifth largest in size among the nations of the world. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox 5-1 IMMSkt ME*. l« TU «<t 05. W. OH "This is so sudden, Chris! I haven't even told Daddy you were going to ask me!" The Blues ACROSS 1 Dark shade of blue 5 Blue—8 Puritanical blue 12 Molding 13 International labor group fab.) 14 Olive genus 15 Maiden 16 Common iris. (2 words) 18 Goalkeeper (coll.) 20 Assessment estimates 21 Elderly 22 Compass point 23 Frown 26 Eaters 30 Eternity 31 Pinochle declaration 32 Zuidcr 33 blue 34 Spoils 35 Slower (music) :I6 Navigational aid 38 Kentucky blue 40 Goddess 41 Fur scarf 42Vitreou§ coating 45 Lapis 49Evening love- song 51 Above 52 Spiral winding 52 Tailed (pL comb, form) 54 Paper measure 55 Masculine nickname 56 Levantine country fab.) 57 Early cougu cure (phurm.) DOWN 1 English strong •le 2 Exchange premium 3 Girl's name 4 Color 5 Shifted course 6 En tire 7 Pronoun 8 Raised, as in a golf stroke S According to 10 Mark from blow 11 Droops 17 Relaxed. 19 Cloth measure 23 Soap-frame bar 24 Metallurgical fuel 25 Gem 26 Matted wool fabric 27 Old Testament book (Bib.) Answer to Previous Puzzle D aura 28 Brazilian coins 29 Clutches of eggs 31 Spartan king (myth.) 34 Communion plate 37 Docilely 38 Tibetan gazelle 39 Barbers' tools 41 Dim the sight 42 Plant apoplexy 43 Gaseous element 44 Barren 46 Eye part 47 Jump 48 Feminine name 50 Devoid of moisture NEWSPAPER ENTORFUSE BEN CASET you DROVE HI/A" OUT...NOW0ET BACK.! _ KNOW SHE \ IT'S ABOUT DESERVES CRITICISM, BEN, / TIME SHE BUT SHE'S NOT USED TO TREATMENT THAT ROUGH! I WANT MARK BACK IN HIS HOSPITAt "BED. HIS LIFE MAV DEPEND .ON IT! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill TMATS A MICE WATCH ttXJ IWeSTUMPLE/ JTBAMKS, ' BUT ITS A PRETTY OLD WATCH, IT? PRISCILLA'S POP By A1V 5-7 HEAVENS. NO! S-7 • nob]NIA. i«. m UL u.t M. off. MORTT MEEKLE By Dick CavaDI I'M CCHN0TD kHOCK. >OJK EftCSt (SIGHT CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie 21 MONTHS AFTER TH' C ONLV'/e OFTH'SWA&'A . BEEN RecOVEREP, u ANP'ALF/. 6TILL AT LARSE,ANP OP TH 1 GAN& CAUeHTl3I 'ELP U6 RECOVER TH 1 REfT OF TH'TICKLE.,-/ . OVER TWO MILLION A J ; ft L!i 50R*y. 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