Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 13, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 13, 1965
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TTN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1963. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Wednesday, July 14 "Tlie wise man controls his itetiny . . . Astrology points I he way." ARIESr '.Mar 21-Apr. I!)-: Crc- Bth-'-. endeavors now likely to <uccceci You can gel 11 s ilirouuh .support of tricnds. Fine time for attending special social affair. Express hopes. wishes Ihrougi; unique method. TAURUS (Apr. 20-.M a y 20>: L/ynawic approach to probl c m pays off. Be confident in manner, bearing. Highlight pr i d e of achievement. Person -in authority can be impressed. Know this — act accordingly. GEMINI iMa\ 21-June 20>: Study habits, customs o! others. Join in unusual i'estiviies Be pware of spirit 01 independence. Pleasure and gain can come through reading, discovery of new ideas. CANCER (June 21- Julv 221: Tap fountain of knowl edge. Means do some basic research. Don't fear the unknown Get at the truth and you will be free of uncertainty. Be independent, original. LEO (July 23-Allg. 221 : Public reaction to efforts depends upon ••special touch." Means w h a t- ever you try ... do it with a flourish. Emphasize seiVjc 1 of showmanship. Exhibit dramatic skills. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22:, You can enjoy yourself in company of co-workers, travel companions. Realize others do appreciate your efforts. Throw aside tendency to be petty or jealous. Give and you will receive. ! LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22i: Favorable lunar aspect highligh t s adventure and change. You learn by experimenting. Don't, fear change. Activity with younger persons favored. Good for planning creative entertainment. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21 >: Affection due to be received and given. Means you can arrive at Irank. basic understanding. Day to put objectives on line. No time for hesitancy, beati n g around the bush. SAGITTARIUS fNov, 22-Dec. 21): Family relations, communication with friends stressed today. Be tactful. Highlight diplomacy, understanding. Fir.c foi vacation activity. Give thought to special card or gift. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 • Jan. 19): Avoid self-deception concerning values, purchases and sales, Means be realistic. Know that time is on your side. No need to rush or panic. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18 Cycle up. You can makp right moves, see important peo pie. Time to come out of shell. Make known your views, abiliti e s. | BRIDGE BY JACOBY WEST NORTH * A Q .7 4 VK5 * K J 7 6 4 4 J 8 EAST 13 * 5 4 109 72 VQJ1062 ¥843 * 1 0 5 3 • 9 2 + AQ104 49653 SOUTH (D) 4K863 V A 9 7 » AQ 8 4K72 Both vulnerable South West North 1 N.T. 2 4 3 N.T. 5 V Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass 24 3 * 4 4 6 4 East Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V Q. BEN CASEY 2877-H1 o DAISY SPKAYUD: t:m- broider an easy-sew sheath with this lovely spray of daisies embroidered in colorful cross- stitch! You"li enjoy wearing it' Pattern No. 2877-H has tissue for sizes H-16-lo inclusive: hot- iron transfer for embroidery: color chart: full 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! Highlight personality, person a 1 appearance. PISCES (Feb. 10-Mar. sue Be aware of needs of friends. Financial question may be sertled with tact. Practice of Go.den Rule applies. Finish project Extend influence. Expand a :tivi- ties, circle of friends. * f> f> '• If today is your birthday . . . you have natural inclinatinn to find out things and to explain to others. Would make fine attorney, reporter or teacher. U ft fl General tendencies: Cycle high for Aquarius, Pisces. Special word to Leo: Stay out of any dispute which could bring legaJ complications. By JACOBY & SON Here is a hand from "Do You Play Stayman?" illustrating the convention at its best. North's two club response tsks South to show a four-card major and South replies with two spades. North continues with three caamonds which is an all-purpose strong bid and South merely re- bids to three no-trump because his no-trump opening was right in the middle. Then North bids four spades and as Sam Stayman points out he has succeeded in saying, "Partner. I could have bid four spades right over two taut I am interested in a slam olid my side suit is diamonds." South notes that he has good diamonds and first or sec-' end round control in every suit and decided to accept the' slam invitation by means of a five heart bid. This is enough for North. He jumps right to six spades. ; It is a mighty fine contract,; but after the heart open i n g careful play is necessary because trumps don't break and the ace and queen of clubs are: in back of South's king. ' He wins the heart lead in dummy and promptly leads out the ace and queen of trumps. West shows out and he pauses lor a moment before continuing with the jack. Then he leads a heart to his ace: ruffs his last heart with dummy's small trump, gets back" to his hand ; with the ace of diamonds, picks up East's last trump with the king and runs off the rest of the 'diamond suit. He loses the last trick to the ace of clubs, tout he can afford it. Q—The bidding has been: East Sooth . West Norfh 1 * Dblc. Pass 1 N.T. Pass * You, South, 1iol<h 4AQ76VKJ76 4 .t *K » 4 I : What do you do? A—Pass. YOB don't like no- trump but you have no five- card suit and there is DO Kood reason to disturb this contract. TODAY'S QUESTION West bids two diamonds and North doubles. East passes. j What do you do? j Answer Tomorrow ! " i Quick Quiz | i Q—What chemical clement! was named for a mythological i god? i A—Mercury, a liquid which j flows so freely that it was named j for the fleet-footed messenger of i the gods in Roman mythology, j Q—Does sunlight that falls on ; the earth have weight? ! . A—Yes. Light has appreciable weight—or pressure. The light pressure on the surface of the earth is given as 2 pounds per square mile. j Q—In what languages were I the books of the Bible originally! written? A—The Old Testament was written in Hebrew and the New Testament in Greek. Ann Arbor Man Heads Michigan Vets' Group SAULT STE. MARIE (API — Harold Schnieder of Ann Arbor was elected commander of the Michigan Veterans of World War I Sunday at the group's llth annual convention here. Other officers include: Mike Macalla. Detroit, senior vice commander; Ray West, Huskegon. vice commav.cier; Glen Carpenter, Lansing, chaplain: G. Edwin Slater, Detroit, judge advocate; and William Tarr, Ludington, quartermaster. Hope Will Entertain Troops in Dominican HOLLYWOOD iAP) — Comedian Bob Hope left by plane from Holywood Monday to entertain U. S. troops in the Dominican Republic, a spokesman for Hope said. Hope and five other performers will tour the country for five days. 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