Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 10, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, May 10, 1965
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, MAY 10, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Tuesday. May 11 "The wise man controls his destiny . . Astrology points the way." ARIES 'Mar. 21-Apr. !<)»: Judgment could be aided by partner or close associate. You require cooperation ... an ally. Be receptive to SOUND advice. Caution is key. Avoid IMPATIENCE TAURUS 'Apr. 20-Mav 201: Be aware of health requirements. Listen to QUALIFIED individual. Avoid extremes. Key is MODERATION. Try to be CONSIDERATE of co-workers. Expansion due. GEMINI 'May 21-June 201: Good lunar aspect highlig h t s romantic aspirations. You CAN make line impression. Personal magnetism very high. Be ready for ACTION . . . move ahead CANCER (June 21-July 22): You gain now through solid explanation of purpose. Inc 1 u d e family in your plans. Avoid acting on impulse. Be aware of PRACTICAL needs . . . then proceed LEO i July 23-Aug. 22': Business and social contacts indicated. Use your sense of humor . . . and SHOWMANSHIP. Avoid scattering forces. Get nee d e d rest. Be alert to opportunities. VIRGO i Aug. 23-Sept. 22). Use your VIRGO considerations in business or profession. Visit ones confined. Information is available, if you SEEK it. Don't Ljstiate to ask questions. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Cy- c'e moves up. Favorable attention indicated. Associates CAN b impressed. Display talents. Tackle added responsibility and watch persona] appearance. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You can now gain added, significant information from unorthodox source. Be discreet. Express appreciation Time to highlight maturity. SAGITTARIUS iNov. 22-D e r,. 21): Analyze hopes, wishes. Wonderful day for contacts. Express thoughts. Spotlight indiviti- urlity Lead rather than follow Stress ORIGINALITY. CAPRIOCORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19): Great chance to elevate prestige. Cooperate in business and community projects. Associates can be favorably impressed. Career potential spotlighted. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Stress on knowledge, education, utilizing experience. Time to plan ahead. Keep communication lines open. Chance due for 1 progress in writing and making ' contacts. j PISCES (Feb. 19- Mar. 20): ! Dig beneath surface indications j . . . especially where finances. | investments enter picture. Con-1 fer with mate or partner. Be j aware of details and read FINE;' PRINT. i IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH-; DAY . . .you are intuitive, sensi-! 14 2923-H BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH (D) 10 A 105 ¥9 * Q 100 8 5 + Q J 10 9 5 WKST EAST * A 4 * Q 9 3 ¥ A 108 64 3 ¥J72 4> K 7 46432 + A84 *K32 SOUTH * K J 8 7 6 2 VKQ5 * A.I + 76 East and West vulnerable North Easl South West Pass Pass .1 A 2 ¥ Pass Pass 2 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—¥ A bled we would have broken even on the hand since 10 pojlnt' net is not counted in IMP ; ',sc6rin£. Had East gone to three hearts his partner might conceiva b 1 y have made it but on any fairly normal play he would have gone down one and we would have been plus at both tables." Pass Pass APPLIQUE ON BURLAP! —! For a new and different, yet so! pretty, look—applique giant-size pansy and rose motifs to pillows ; made from burlap! You'll find ' it fun to cut the flowers from felt, then sew them in place with blanket-stitch. j Pattern No. 2923-H has hot- : iron transfer; pattern pieces; full directions. i To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Iromvood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago. 111. 60607 j For Ist-class mailing add lOc \ for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. j Send 50c now for your new '65 i Spring-Summer Album! Regular features: custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! tive, able to enjoy possession. 1 ; ft 6 •& GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for LIBRA. SCORPIO, SAGITTARIUS. Spec i a 1 word to ARIES: Do plenty of listening, observing. You c o uld gain valuable clue! General Sees No Need To Call Up Reserves ALAMEDA. Calif. (API—Despite the Viet Nam crisis, there appears to be little chance' tttat reserves will be called up for active duty. Gen. Earle G. Wheeler, chairman of the U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff, said Friday, "We haven't gotten to that point yet. At least for the foreseeable future, we have ample forces at our disposal." Wheeler, here for Armed Forces Week, held a news conference aboard the attack-carrier Ranger, just back from delivering air strikes at North Viet Nam. By JACOBY & SON The oldest and most coveted national bridge trophy is the Vanderbilt Cup which was put into play in 1929. This year it was won by Oswald and Jim Jacoby playing with Albert Weiss of Chicago, Philip Feldesman of New York, Ira Rubin of Fairlawn, N. J.. and Dr. John Fisher of Dallas. It was the second Vanderbilt win for W e i s s; the seventh for Jacoby sen i o r and the first for each other team member. This week's articles will feature father-son discussions of hands from the competition. j Jim: "You played througho u t •with Ira Rubin. What would you say was the strongest feature of his game?" j Oswald: "I would say that it' was his ability to judge close competitive situations and his j unwillingness to sell out at a' low level. His two-spade bid ; with the South hand is a good ex- i ample." Jim: "He went down one at two spades, didn't he?" Oswald: "Yes, West open e d the ace of hearts and continued the suit and Ira wound up losing mond, and two clubs. The score at our table was 50 points for our opponents." Jim: "At the other table Phil Feldesman p'ayed the hand at two hearts after South failed to j make a second bid. Phil won the i spade opening and played ace I and another heart. He wound up! losing two hearts and one trick' in each other suit to give our team a score of 110 points at his table." Oswald: "The net of 60 points was worth two internation a 1 match points to/us. If East dou- USH 1 DAILY i;iA)BB WANT-ADS SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal PlSCRlMINAtiOM WOMEN/ £•10 \? A MAN DABBLES IN BLACK MA6IC TH;> L00< UP 1b Hl/V\ WITH RcSPECt. TM6V EVEN CAUL HIM A W12ARP/ CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner Q — The bidding has been: North East South West 1 ¥ Pass 2 4 2 N.T. Pass '*»•• 3 ¥ 4 • Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK876 ¥QJ3 4>A54 What do you do? .• A — Bid four hearts. Yon partner has shown a minimum opening with no help for spades, a poor heart suit and strength in both minors" You should abandon thoughts of a slam. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding four diamonds partner bids four hearts over your three hearts. What do you 'do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz • Q—From what countries was marble imported for use in the lobby of the Empire State building? A—Marble in the cathedral- like lobby was imported from four different countries, France, Italy, Belgium, and Germany. Q_Was Sir Winston Churchill born in a palace? A—Yes, in Blenheim Palace, seat of the Duke of Marlborough, in Oxfordshire, England. Q—How many sons of ministers have been elected to the presidency? A—Three—the fathers of Chester Arthur, Grover Cleveland, and Woodrow Wilson were ministers. Timely Quotes We are literally trying to run a business 10 times as large as A.T.&T., the Sante Fe Railroad and General Motors combined with machinery as obsolete as a quill pen. —Sen. Mike Monroney,' D-Okla., on the problems of Congress. This is the happiest occasion for Atlanta since General Sherman decided to head south for Savannah in 1864, —Mayor Ivan Allen Jr., on the, slated move of the Milwaukee Braves to Atlanta in 1966. Ninety-seven per cent of the world's water is too salty to drink. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox 5-10 * 1*5 b, NIA. («. T.M. IN. U.S. hi. Off. BEN CASEY A rALL ME MY OKAY. GET OFF THE SOAPBOX. MNP OF NAME...IT WON'T ] I'/ARWW TO FORGIVE KXI.. BE HALF AS BRUTAL AS / AND FORSET XOU. SOME I'VE BEEM CAU' JL FINISHED* IMG MYSELF. NOT QUITE...AS MEAN AND ROTTEN I'VE ACTEO,>Wt* BEEN JUST AS BAD TO THE BEST FRIEND YOU'LL EVER/HAVE PONT YOU REALIZE THAT? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill PKISCILL.VS POP By Al Vermect PRISCILLA IS SO POND OF WILDLIFE! I BOUGHT HER A CAN TAKE A BATH MORTY MEEKLE By Dick CavalU HAVBMXi BEEN USfrMSMY PIR5? ID BUM -SON? BL&8LE&, WINTHE3P? 'I'll concede your next three strokes if you'll concede mine!" Psychology Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Human souls 8 Sigmund 13 Ruin of one's interests 14 Main artery 15 Baseball frames 16 Revive 17 Forms impressions 10 Gull genus 22 Mire 23 Indistinct 26 Indonesian of Mindanao 27 Appear ~~ ' factor 10 Sea bird (var.) 11 Colorado Indian 12 Bird 18 Swell •19 Druggist's flask 20 Expiated 21 Betrayed a friend 23 Cease 24 In actual existence 25 Parts of a 27 Masculine nickname 28 Incipient net I .still prefer the old!glass bottles! You can't wake a neighbor- Mod with these paper cartons!" 34 Bury 35 Talisman 36 Require 37 Beams of light 39 Compass point 40 Sum up 41 Fire (comb, form) 42 Philippine sweetsop 43 Variable 46 Greek pillar 49 Composes 53 Enclosures 54 Psychic incentives 55 Greek porticoes 56 Of symbols DOWN 1 Greek letter 2 Radiant object 3 Chinese weight 4203 (Roman) 5 Stag's opposite 6 Rim 7 Kind of seed 8 Went (with fortb) 9 Female deer typ«« 38 Painter 41 Iron 42 Oleoresin 43 Excuse 44 Within (comb, form) 45Mine entrance 46 Weighing beams (ab.) 47 Crochet 48 Self esteem 50 Card wool 51 Jewish high priest (Bib.) 52 Thus (Latin) NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Toner TELL THIfr SCOTLANP YARD \f YoU'VB CHAP THAT TIME HA* PLAVEP CONFU5BP HAVOC WITH YOUR MENTAL SWITCH60ARP, TIM VOUR OLD CHUM. JEROME TRAIN YOU MU5T REMEMBER ME1 WE COURTEP" THE SAME GIRL..,, ANPlWONi DOM'T TRy TO GET MB MUDPLEPi I'M SURE 1 SAW VOU IM THAT GANG! VOU'LL NEED AN ALIBI, J.R1 I'LL TRV TO REACH CAPTAIM EASV AN OUTING WITH A VERY PEAR OLD FRIENPi PEMJYRIWB BUGS BUNNY I HASTEN TO DO YOUR BIDDING- VAWNJ -ZOUNDS! HAS REMOVED THE 5TABCH FEOM MV HAT! I MAY 8E FORCED TO DISCONTINUE LABOR! THAT'LL KEEP TH'AW OUTA VER EVES AN' PROM SITTIM' DOWW ONTH'UOB! ALLEY OOP By V. T. VBZZIR,GUZ,THAT'S WHAT 1 BROUGHT BACK FROM MY LAST TRIP...A PRETTY NICE BUNCH OF STUFF, AIN'T IT? ...AN 1 TOU CAN HAVE ANY ONE OF 'EM M3U WANT? ANY ( YEH? ...WELL WHATfe THAT^ 8 * 11 *^ A HAMMOCK? \ ONE OF TH'SREATEST THING HUNG UP /THASSA > WHAT'S THAT?] INVENTIONS Of THERE IN.TH 1 ( HAMMOCK K/ _^-^ CIVILIZATION. 1 .' MAN, ITU. ADD YEARS TO VOUR LIFE/ , OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams HAAH-HAAH-GULP-HE OKJLV WORE^EM ' HAH-HAH-HEE- HE SORROWED 'EM OFF WES, AN' HE'S GOT TO err 'EM BACK LIKE THEY WAS.' STROW6 CHARACTERS IS LIKE THET--THEV MAKE EVERYTHING AROUMPTHEM BEMD THEIR WAY.' HA-HA.' MAN.' IF WES EVER WEARS THEM PAWT5 ' A6AIM, THEY'LL BE THE STROMS CHARACTERS AWP BEMP HIM THEIR WAV/ OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoopla ROCKXTHIS INCH OF CONCRETE "5TART£D OUT TO 86 A CA«&/ HMPH.' THW HORN OP YOURS & LOUD ENOUGH T<3 CRACK TME WALLS ON A BOMB SHELTER.' 40 EITHER PIPE •DOWN OB PACK <SOSH, MRS.HOOPLE,! 6UE5S PLAVIN6 UOES SOUND LIKE A } MOOSE WITH \\6 ANTLERS <--—. CAUGHT IM ATREE—NOBODYELSE |NTOWN CAN^TAMDIT EITHER/ BUT eveeyoNE'6 60 HERE' I'LL STAY WHILE T FIC5UR6 OUT WHAT TO DO CB Mow . ABOUT fH& HARMONICA,

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