Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 8, 1965 · Page 12
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, MAY 8, 1963. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Sunday, iVIay 9 ' "The wise man controls liis : destiny. . .Astrology points the way." I ARIES (Mar. 21- Apr. 19>:' Practical affairs now dominate ; Avoid extremes. Be courteous to those who serve you. Go easy on ; money proposals. Day to wait. observe and plan ahead. j TAURUS iApr. 20 -May 20i:' Time to enjoy family with quiet day at home Going far afield could result in costly conse- i quences. Read, ask questions. \ Evaluate information. Be tact- • ful with friends. I GEMINI uMay 21- June 20r. Hectic conditions may prevail nt i home. Good time to atte n d church or special lecture. Your intuitive intellect is now reliable i . . .Use it. ' i CANCER i June 21- July 221: Surprises are indicated. May involve neighbors, relatives. Ac- ' tive day. Your natural sense of I humor is asset. . .respond ac-1 cordingly. Don't cast first stone. 1 LEO (July 23- Aug. 22): Discuss expenditures with family | members. Plan home improvements. Include children in activities. Learn details bef ore jumpinc to conclusions. VIRGO (Aug. 23- Sept. 22>: Some confusion indicated. Don't, be afraid to change your mind. Extensive travel may not be necessary. Good time to atte n d church and visit friends. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): Don't .lump from frying pan into fire. Hold back on definite qc-j tion. And keep tight hold or. j purse strings. Previously con-: fidential information likely to bei revealed. j SCORPIO (Oct. 23- Nov. 21):' Avoid being gullible. Frie n d s who report on "what happened" may be misguided. Look behind the scenes. Make your OWN decisions. Base actions only 01: KNOWLEDGE. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. 21): Listen closely to discussion between experts. You could now j .glean valuable experience. The] more you learn, the BETTER your position. 1 CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19): Don't insist on looking afar. What you seek is close at hand. Finish projects. Read. Consult one with experience. Try to help family member who has problem. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 13): Stick to facts. Avoid exaggerations, especially in discussions regarding'money. Be a good 11s-1 tener. Don't irritate one who'is' overly sensitive. PISCES (Feb. 19- Mar. 20): Better now to await happening? Routine might be "upset." Sur-j BRIDGE BY JACOBY 2857-H WEST NORTH (D) 47643 VA 4KJ63 410973 EAST AA.T85 A K 10 0 2 VKJ52 VQ9873 • 95 • 74 + Q62 + K4 SOUTH » 1064 4> AQ 1082 4 A J85 No one vulnerable North Kast South West 1 • Bbtc. PRSS Pass Pass 3 • 3V 4 • Pass Pass Pass Pass 5 * Pass Dble. Opening lead—V 2. SiMOCKED GINGHAM!- The! smocked yoke makes this soft | gingham dress so appealing! j Make the little miss another with puffed long sleeves. Pattern No. 2857-H has tissue for sizes 1-2-3 incl.; full directions for sewing and smocking on gingham. 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 '65 j Spring-Summer Album! Regular features: custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! prises can be pleasant if you are receptive. Move with tide. Be tactful observer! •a i! <r IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY, .you are dynamic, and forceful. . .very attractive to members of the opposite sex. * 6 it GENERAL TENDENCIES: Nothing happens halfway today. Stress on upsetting of routine, procedures, changes in personnel and policies. A very busy) Sunday! hearts in dummy and to lead clubs twice in hope of finding either the king or queen in the East hand. She solved her problem by leading the ten of clubs at trick two. East played the king and Jacqui won with the ace. She ruffed a heart, returned to her hand with a trump, ruffed her last heart, drew trumps, and conceded one club and one spade. Quick Quiz By JACOBY & SON Vic Mitchell of New York has long been known as one of the most brilliant of our top experts, but in this year's Spring Nationals he had to take a back seat to his wife Jacqui. She started out the week by playing on the winning women's team, while the best Vic's men's team could do was to come in second. Then when the major event— the Vanderbilt Cup—came along Vic's team lost out in the quarter finals while Jacqui's team went one round further by defeating the defending champions. One of the key hands in that victory is shown today. Jacqui sitting South, passed over East's three-heart bid but when her partner persisted to four diamonds Jacqui revalued her hand and went on to game. West doubled and opened the deuce of hearts. Jacqui won with dummy's ace and studied the hand carefully. She had to lose a spade and a club. In order to make the contract it was up to her to ruff two Q—In World War II what was the first American destroyer sunk while on convoy duty? A—The "Reuben James" on Oct. 30, 1941, in the North Atlantic. Q—What is the meaning of the name Boniface? A—It is a Latin name meaning "benefactor." Q—To which of the divisions of the animal kingdom does man belong? A—Chordata. Q—Who was the first U.S. naval officer to become an admiral? A—David Glasgow Farragut received his appointment in 1C66. Painting Is Sold for $67,200 at Auction LONDON (AP)—An unframed painting with a minimum price I of $224 was sold at auction Thursday for $67,200. Bonham's, the auctioneers, said the picture originally was entered for sale as the work of a little-known 18th century artist, but it actually was by George Stubbs, the great English painter of horses. The painting is called "Hunter in a Landscape." The buyer was a dealer, Hugh Leggatt. Bonham's refused toi name the seller. Former Sheriff Dies ALMA (API—Fred Putnam, former Kalamazoo County sheriff and Kalamazoo postmaster, died Thursday at the Michigan Masonic Home here. He was 89. Putnam was sheriff from 1921 to 1924 and postmaster from 1924 until his retirement in 1936. CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "Hello, tftere, new vice president of Warner's Rope and Twine, Inc." SWEETIE PIE—By Nadine Seltzer "Tti MB trying to tell you SOMETHING, but you wouldn't listen! .Today ,1s, SATURDAY!" Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 1 V Pass 2 * Pass 2 N.T. Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK876VQJ3 *A 5 4 *A 2 What do you bid now? A—Bid three hearts. You want to sec what your partner's next bid will be. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner rebids to four diamonds. What do you. do now? Answer Monday BEN CASEY IT'S A GAS! THE CHICK) IN THE CONVERTIBLE J •JUST WON'T GO AWAY. BEEN OUT THERE ALL DAY FOR TWO DAW.. ...AND I CANT GET OUT OF MVFAD WITHOUT CATCHING MORE OF HER CHATTER. YOU'RE NOT JUST KEEPING ME OUT...yOU'RE LOCKING yOURSELF IN! I'VE GpT TOTALKTOSOU! XXJ CAN COME IN... BUT JUST REMEMBER,IT WAS YOU* IPEA... IB mi k NU, i»c. T.M; »f|. u.s. nt. oif. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Btosser HES/OVER- ANXtOUS/ BET . BAZOOS J THAN HAVIN4<& A SWIMMIM© POOL. BUI LTIM THEIR YARD/ rx.«... us r<.an. » PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vermeer r HOW \ /^ YOU ABOUT )/ BOUGHT YOU?/( A COMPLETE iwu.yv ANOTHER FISHING VOU CERTAINLY GO ON A SPREE WMEN SET A LITTLE CASH.' Business Mergers Last Year Showed Increase WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Trade Commission says business mergers increased last year. In its annual report, the commission said there were 1,797 mergers, up 300 from 1963. The FTC records only those mergers listed in national trade and investment publications. Its figures do not include such'indus- tries as insurance and transportation over which it has no jurisdiction. In music, the Chinese use a pentatonic (five - tone) scale which sounds like the black keys of a piano. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox ». he. T.M. 1.5 U.i. M. 00. "I'm trying to sell her the idea of just riding around on the mower this summer, avoiding traffic!" Fill the Blanks Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1.. ." of sixpence" 5- and sane Fourth 9 "• your mother come from Ireland'.'" 12 "Somewhere - the rainbow" 13 Prince 14 - - of Good Keeling 15 Venomous spider 17 Hetcr to pay Paul 18 Incline 19 Injuries 1!1 Iroquoian Indian 23 England (ab.l '_M Kind of dance 27 Inner (comb. form i 29 Shoulder of a lock's boll .T.! Educe 34 Befitting a versifier 3H Mock 37 Feminine name ivar.) 38 Tax (Shetland Islands) 39 Shower •)! Indian weight 4'2 Number 44 Highlander 46 Apparent 49 Renown 53 Varnish ingredient 54 Dapple W Masculine appellation S Javanese ire* Shakespearean sUeam 5 Be sick Sea soiling Uncillal LOUIS I)0\V\ 1 Drunkards :i Ellipsoidal 3 Koman emperor A .fuicy berry fi Coterie 6 Charm 7 Hank and a Expunge Ji Disparages 10 bars 11 Pecks Ifi Sea nymph ^0 sanctum •J2 Bury 24 Scatters, as bay 25 Kish sauce 26 Acquired by piracy 21! Pertaining to vision 30 Wintry wind N A V OG EH3HC3IH U 31 Cicatrix 47 Diverse (comb. :)3 Quoted forml 35 Abandoned wife 48 City in of Paris California 40Starlikc 50Sprawl (Scot.) 43 Birthmark 51 Famous English •ir> Judicial school garments 52 Low baunts 46 Charles Lamb 55 Devotee MEWSl'Al'UK KNTKKTK1SK ASSN. MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalll CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Tomer HATl YOU HAVB IN I9I81 I'M J.R MeKEE, A^AERIC^N TYCOON REMEMBER? THE FOS THAT'* CLOUDED MV MEMOR.V Of- THE ROBBERY LIFTEP, INSPECTOR 1 . THAT BLOKty TIM I VOU KNEW ME - 7 WA5 ONE OF THE SAN&l CANNOO\ CERTWNUV!.,.gV PROVS ICAPTA1N EA5YI IN LONDONiVlSITINS J I'M A NOTEP MISS PENNY WRKE/ P5VCHIWRIST! ANPHAVEMcKEE UNDER OBSERVA- TlONl I DOUBT IF BANDITRY OF HIS PROBLEMS' VOU ON THE NI8HT OP I HOW AUGUST 8il963? yi KNOW ? BUT IN ROB- I WASKI'T EN3L*NP, BINS A TRAINI (C IMI t t NtA. Inc. 1M. BUGS BUNNY ALLEY OOP By V. T. VKNOW, OOP THERE MUST BE V-M OH, I PUNNO... > YBH...1 SOME KINDA RJNNY- BUSINESS 13^-Ul KINPA ODP, | WAS ABOUT THIS PRESENT YOU .-/ HOW \TH' W/W YOU I PRETTY SAY VOU GOT FOR ME.' ffj Y'RSGER \ FELL IN ON / WELL. THAT,GUZ I US BACK I^SHOOKUP. •? / THERE.' ...BUT THERE MJU ARE." AINTTHAT A BEAUT? ** O INS *» MIA,!«, T.M. tif. O.J. ft*. W. OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams OH, SERGEANT, HOW LONG DO WE STAY AT THIS POST? ABOUT THREE YEARS.' C'MON.YOU RECRUITS, GET THEM BARRACKS BASS AN' FALL IN HERE! 600P GOSH! NO TOWM. 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