Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 12, 1965 · Page 24
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 12, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Tuesday, July 13 "The wise man controls h i s destinv. .Astrology points t h e way." ARIES (Mar. 21 — Apr. 191: Stress on community activity, professional honors. In come possibility due as result of long- j range planning, correspondence.; Family member may offer fine j sugestion. Listen! j TAURUS (Apr. 20 — Ma y 20): Full Moon promotes desire to know, learn and travel. Ana-j lyze needs. Avoid extravagance.; Be practical where education is' concerned Day when you can, add to knowledge. GEMINI (May 21 — June 20): Best to dig deep into unknown I areas. Means don't be afraid of. subject' regarded as "far out.") You gain most through display j of open mind, intellectual cur- \ iosity. Money affair h i g h - j lighted. CANCER (June 21 —July 22): Full Moon is area of chart spotlighting partnerships, legal affairs Obtain hint from ARIES message Stress harmony a t home. Avoid senseless dispute tonight Throw out false pride. LEO (July 23 —Aug. 22): Gain indicated t h r o u gh IMPROVEMENT OF SERVICES. Means be willing to accept suggestions. Avoid extremes. Be amiable rather than ultra-sensi- iive. Remember health-diet resolutions. VIRGO (Aug. 23 —Sept. 22): Share knowledge, problems . Talk things over with trust e d associate. Realize that you cannot be expected to know every- ;hing. Full Moon position stress:s romance, creative endeavors, oasic changes. LIBA (Sept. 23 —Oct. 22): Day to put finishing touches on •fforts. projects, special endeavors. Be aware of fine print. 3heck details. Consult one with :xperience. Welcome parental idvice if offered. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. !1): Full Moon in area of chart emphasizing journeys, reunions, :ommunication with in-laws. \void scattering forces. Heed raffic regulations. Being care- .ess adds up to extravagance. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — Dec. 21): Money seems headed n your direction! Be receptive. Display special abilities. One in authority appreciates break from routine. Know :his —plan accordingly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — fan. 19): Pull Moon in your sign spotlights personal i t y 3 e r s o n a 1 reactions to world Jvents Yoli are able to sense DUblic feelings. Collect and eval- jate date. Sparkle at social Jvent later. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 —Feb. 18): Cooperate with ch a r i t y j BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 1Z 4 1062 VQJ5 * Q108 + 9865 WEST EAST 4KJ943 4875 *K8 V A 1032 * 5 4 4 A 92 + K1072 +J43 SOUTH <D) 4 AQ ¥9764 * KJ763 + AQ Both vulnerable South West North East 1 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 4. Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 * Dblc. Pass 1 4 Pass ? You, South, hold: A A Q 7 6 V K J 7 6 •3+K942 What do you do? A—Bid two spades. Ton don't really expect to get to came, but if your partner ean't make two spades, the opponents can make something:. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of responding one spade to the double, your partner bids one no-trump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz TEAR-DROP AFGHAN!— As pretty a design as you can find for a knitted afghan! Use two of your favorite colors for this cover that measures approximately 45" x 65" when completed! Pattern No. 5127-N has complete knit and finishing directions. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c now for your new '65 Spring-Summer Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! drives, persons who are idealistic, those who need practi c a 1 aid. Avoid seeing per sons situations in distorted light. Cycle moving up. Patience! PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): Analyze wishes. Bring them in tune with reality. Key is being respons i b 1 e, fulfilling obligations. Avoid those who suggest! you take short cut. * o •& IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY, .you have knack for accumulating possessions. Would excel as authority on antiques, stamps, coins. 6 it it GENERAL TENDENCIES: Full Moon position accents management-labor dealings. By JACOBY & SON Sam Stay man, who invented the Stayman convention with his partner George Rapee, has produced a most interesting book on no-trump bidding called "Do You Play Stayma.i?" We don't agree with everything in the book. He recommends use of the weak no-trump I when not vulnerable. In c o m - mon with almost all experts, we can find no possible value in that bid. Today's hand shows one place where we agree heartily with him. He recommends a no-trump opening with the South hand. Normally the opening no- trump should show 4-3-3-3, 4-43-2, or 5-3-3-2 distribution, but the fact that your two double tons are so strong compensates, for the fact that your distribution is 5-4-2-2. If South opens one no-trump he will play the hand there. If; West leads a spade as is most likely South will have no trouble making his one no-trump contract, j Now let's see what happe n s,' if South opens one diamond.' West may overcall with one j spade whereupon he will wind 1 up playing some number o f i spades and will make three or' four depending on how the hand plays as a whole. Or West may pass whereupon North may bid one no-trump. East will pass and it is possible that South will raise to two no- trump, whereupon he will surely be set or he may pass whereupon West may reopen with two spades. Or even if everyone passes one no-trump there is an excellent chance that East will open a spade and North will go down at his one no-trump contract. Q—Where was the ship Marie Celeste when it was discovered, deserted? A—The ship was discovered in the waters between the Azores and the coast of Portugal, in December 1872, floating ghostlike, without captain or crew. The fate of the Marie Celeste remains one of the world's most famous sea mysteries. Q—On what continent is the world's coldest temperature found? A—The lowest temperature yet experienced on earth is minus 127 degrees in Antarctica, near the South Pole. Q—What kind of tree docs cork come from? A—Quercus suber. Timely Quotes These days, every time a few Baptists and a few Lutherans have a tea party, the meeting is called an ecumenical gathering. So we stand in danger of the movement's losing its theological content. —The Rev. W. A. Visser Hooft, general secretary of the World Council of Churches. In my opinion, it is premature to compare space, as some journalists do, to a picnic ground. —Lt. Col. Alexei Leonov, first man to "walk" in space. BEN CASEY By Neal Adam* A 550-VOLT JOLT OF ELECTRICITY SHOOK THROUGH THE PATIENT FOR ATENTH OFASECONPl NO, JOAN. NO ONE. EXCEPT THE CODE 99 TEAM 15 PERMITTED INSIDE. THAT INCLUDES ME. THE HEART MA9S&6ER- ANESTHETJST STEP BACK TO AVOIP SHOCK. HI*, Inc. T.M. U...1U. M. OH. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser ARE STARS I THAT IMTHE . DAYTiME.' WE'LL Jusr LOOK FOR. A Origin and name of Brussels sprouts, cabbage's little brother, are traceable to Belgium's capital about 800 years ago. BUGS BUNNY SORRY, SYLVESTERJ READ TH' SISN? , I SAY, GASCON,,! WISH TO (ON YER WAY, BUWf ^ •• fl BELIEVE X HAVE COMPLIED WITH THE REGULATIONS 1 PLEASE BRING A MENUJ CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner 7-1* • 1M9 kf MA. In. TJi h» n. M. Ml "I thought you'd be in better shape. Mr. Higgins, the way POD lys you throw your weight around ait the office!" 50,000 Homeless Due To Widespread Floods DACCA, East Pakistan !AP.) —More than 50,000 persons are homeless because of widespread flooding in the Chittagong district near the Burmese border. The floods are reported worsening in the Barisal district on the Bay of Bengal, which was hit by ?. disastrous cyclone and tidal wave on May 12. PUISCILLA'S POP By AI Verawer e ) VOUCHOOfcfcA / TRA5H CAN A-3 V VOJIZINN6K / SANCTUM, VWNTHfiOFV ( rr WA5 THE ONLY PLACE T 300LD FINDTHAT WA6> OLSTOF THE HI0H-/ mo: » 1WS h NEA. IK. T.M. !•» U i r«. Off. AND HANCV TOTHEB06. MORTY MEEKLE By Dick CavalU ^~" NEXT YEAR I'LL MAKE OUT THE VACATION SCHEDULE! CAPTAIN EASY Less than 2 per cent of the earth's surface is covered by inland bodies of water. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox • IWS b> KM, W. TJJ !„ U.S. t<t. OH. "Hmm ... a 1965 graduate. I suppose you realize that a lot of what you learned is already obsolete." In the News Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 "Want " 1" Plans Comeback" (ab.) 7 "Bank Closure 12 Enclosed airplane .space 14 Refund 15 " Rioters Jailed" 16 Musical work 17Expiator 18 Musical sounds 19 Uganda natives 21" in Ferment" 24 Merciful 28 English school 29 Flight of steps 30 Cook in oven 32 Descry 33 Group of nations (pi.) 36 Notion 37 Beached by spring tide 39 " Craft on Target" 42 Early Christian heretics 48 Seraglio 47 Palanquins rvar.) 49 Worship 50 Landed properties 51 Broaden 52 Thing (Latin) 53 Number DOWN 1 Reply (ab.) 2 Groups of facts 3 Beer dregs 4 Feminine name 5 U.S. secretary of stale (1895-97) I 6 Gasoline (Brit.) 7 Atomic particles 8 Laid away 0 Unclose 10 Denuded J1 Nestling ISTaro root (var.) 20 Musical note 21"New Plant Planned" 22 Cleansing agent 23 Hypocritical 25 Kelieve 35 Man \viUj 28 Before 31 Foresters 34 Babylonian deity 41 Son of Gad (Bib.) 43Winglikepart 44 Philippine —~-...,.. j-.«j TT«iguv climbing fern 40 Malayan rough 45 Was observed rice (var.) 48 Compass point 26 Variety, of palm shovel 27 Attempt 36 Dolts .'18 Worn away 39 Irish playwright NKWST4PEE CNWBFJUSE ASSN. By Leslie Turner NOW LOOK CX7WN, McKEE.* \ MY STARS i THAT GOOD...TO THE LEFT...WOW JBRIGHT LISHT...IT5 LIKE LOOKING NTO rue syw FROM A . THATtLCteAR UP OUT Of THIS CROSS- IN A MONTH OR. EVEP, POC-. I SEE /TWO! WHEM SEVERBP POUBLE IMA66*'~ / / MU5CLH5, THAf HElP 1, : I FOCUS THE EYE. \j ^ GROW MCK1 HUST RES AIM MY 5I6HT- ATLEA IMPOSSIBLE! WE CANT RU5! THIS! YOUR EYJ Witt BE C10UW FOR WEEKS! IE] SOMEONE H.5B- 6XAMIN& 'EM!. 5T BKIEFLY,..r0 PAIWTIWSS THE BORN LOSER BUT IT'S—IT'S By Art Sansom PRETTY/1W A FAiiuREf A FAILURE.' I WAS TRVIW& TO CREATE A (SURE FOR TUe COMMOfJ COLP! " ALLEY OOP By V. T. Dunlia STRANGE, AN EARTH- \ NOT WHEN XHJ CONSIDER ...OR 1FMXI PO, >* P ~~-S. THERE'S NO EVIDENCE THE ATTEMPT / WHY? \ THAT ANY SUCH A WILL BE A / HOW DO \ COLONIZATION FAILURE/ ad YOU KNOW / TOOK PLACE/ THAT? 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