Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 11, 1965 · Page 13
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 11, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Wednesday, May 12 "Tlic \vise man controls his destiny. . .Astrology points the way." ARIES 'Mar. 21- Apr. 19 1; Time to display sense of humor. Be natural. Don't FORCE issues. You gain by THINKING. Consider legal or partnership proposals. Be alert! TAURUS i Apr. 'JO - May JO': Be willing to rebuild. You aain 11 nUifirii is RIGHT. Consider Don'i ')'? riiscr-nr- '.s. Worl; W i T H clci.jils, l:i aarri bv cl a s.s^i. i u'.'\i GF.iMTNI Time fv e No da v for deception o; double- talk. Fran. 1 , approach 'v i r, s a!- 1k'.-:. gales aiviitv at peak Give your ali and you'll profit' CANCER (June 21- .July 22 > : Emr/nasis no\v or, '.ionv\ famiiv, ' sfcuritv and loyaity Tnost in au- i^oyu-, may tes. you. Be on 'he b'-il: Give your BEST. Volunteer, • Exlra work could turn tide ' ; I,EO 'July 23- Aug. 22 1 : Be; awave of limirstions. . .bui also recognize your great potential. Don't hive; rhoso >.viio try 'o "trip" you Be cautious. . .and think before mailing letters in anger! VIRGO (Aug. 23- Sept. 22 i : Get business affairs in order. Speak to responsible person ab out helpful equipment. Plan budget. ' Use best judgment. Move w i t h ASSURANCE. LIBRA (Sept. 23- Oct. 22 1: Cycle high. Personal appearance of special importance. You could be called upon to speak. Stress dynamic approach. Make CONTACTS, PROPOSALS. Be active, i SCORPIO (Oct. 23- Nov. 21) : ! Obtain valid hint from today's LIBRA message. Use your POTENTIAL. Make effort to look behind the scenes. Be perceptive and outgoing. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. 21): Put hopes, wishes "on the . line." Analyze them. Try to KNOW what you really want. If necessary, make some revisions, and be REALISTIC. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. ' 19): Job. career matters in spot- 1 light. Be versatile. Time to try various methods. Welcome more responsibility, and EARN if through SINCERITY of effort and purpose. ; AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 181: Good lunar aspect indicates valuable progress. Letters and new contacts indicated. Time now to move forward with best efforts. PISCES (Feb. 19- Mar. 20) : : Attend to basic business. Learn facts about accounts, policies. Associate with experience should, be consulted. Don't guess. . . KNOW what you're doing. tt it ft IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY. '. .your sense of humor is valuable asset. Your DETERMINATION enables you to finish what you start. *i Vj V.T ; GENERAL TENDENCIES:' Cycle continues high for LIBRA. ; Cross-Stitch 2877-HPf ONE SIZE (14.16-16) EMBROIDUKV TAKES OVKR Sheaths do sucn beautiful things —make you slirn and sleek, and add a touch of glamour when embroidered with a lovely daisy spray worked in easy cross- stitch and rich colors! Pattern No. 2877-H has tissue —sizes 14. 16. 18 inclusive: hot- iron transfer for spray: color chart: directions. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Iromvood 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! BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 11 4k K 10 8 3 * .1 6 5 4> K Q 7 3 WEST teAST (I)) 42 A A 6 5 V A 1074 VKQ9832 * AJ 1086 5 +942 *104 *9 SOUTH 4 Q J 9 7 4 V None 4^ None + AK Q.T.B 652 North and South vulnerable East South West North 2V 3 + 4V Dble Pass 6 J> Pass Pass Pass Opening load—• A Special word to TAURUS: Share spotlight. Don't arouse envy in co-workers. R. Burton Plans to Retire in 3 Years LONDON (AP)—Actor Richard Burton says that he plans to retire from film acting in three years. In an interview published in the Sunday Mirror, Burton said: "It's a great life—but I'm giving it up. I'm committed to contracts for three years and then I'll retire." By JACOBY & SON Jim starts today's discuss! o n of the Vanderbilt Cup play with an embarrassing question. Jim: "What was your worst play of the Vanderbilt tournament? Or didn't you make any bad ones' 1 " Oswald: "I never make claims of perfection. My worst play was a lead against a slam, r sat West and the bidding requires considerable explanation." Jim: "Ira's heart bid was Uic weak two showing a good six- card suit and a hand just below opening strength in high cards. Right?" Oswald: "Yes. South's three club call was a deliberate underbid. He wanted to buy the hand. My jump to four hearts was mainly an effort to keep our opponents from finding a spade fit although it turned out that we would have made four hearts. North's double just showed cards and South's jump to six clubs was a gamble he had planned when he made his first bid." Jim: "You opened the ace of diamonds. Was that so terrible 1 ' Oswald: "Ira and I were playing a peculiar convention. It required that when our opponents bid a slam against our defensive bidding the first one of us to act would double unless he expected to be able to take a defensive trick. If the first one failed to double, the second one would pass if he also expected to take a defensive trick and double with no defensive tricks at all. Hence when Ira failed to double he was marked with •a defensive trick against South's contract." Jim: "I see.- You should have read that his defensive trick was the ace of spades and opened your singleton." Oswald: "Right!" The hand also shows the advantage of having good teammates. Dingy Weiss and Phil Feldesman got to six spades at the other table. There was no defense against !t and we still gained two international match points In spite of my lead." Q — The bidding has been: North East South West 1* Pass 2* 2 N.T. Pass 3 V 4V Pass . ? You, South, hold: AAK876 VQJ3 «A54 +A2 What do you do? A — Bid six hearts. Too are willing to play six even if your partner does not hold an ace and yon aren't interested in a grand slam. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding lour hearts your partner goes to three spades over your three hearts. What do' you do now? Answer Tomorrow Pass Quick Quiz Q—Do .pine trees have flowers? A—Organs that produce seeds are flowers, and thus the flowers of pine trees are their cones. Q—Who was the firs', vice presidential nominee to die before the meeting of the electoral college ? A—Janies Sherman, candidate on che 1912 Republican ticket headed by William Howard Taft. Q—Who was the first baseball player to catch a ball dropped from the Washington Monument? A—Billy Schriver of the Chicago club of the National League, who accomplished this feat on Aug. 29, 1892. BEN CASEY By Netf -1 YOU 6AS ME, MISSr/W^ COOK. FIRST YOU SHOOT OFF yOUR MOUTH ABOUT MY HAVING LUNG CANCER... '&ja AND NOW you MAKE A FEDERAL CASE- OUT OFMY ATTITUDE TOWA DR. CASE/, so i PUT HIM DOWN ...LET HIM SUE ME FOR BAP TEMPER! yOU'RE MISSING THE MAIN POINT, MARK?] DR.CASEX CAN TR/ TO CURE A IfVf PATIENT ...BUT THERE'S NOTHING HE CAN PO FOR FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MOW WE WMY ARCHERY IS A ColRLS' SPORT/ JUST LOOK AT THOSE TARGETS/ J_L H. 19t5 b. NEA, Inc. T.M. Rtj. U.S. Pat. OH S-l/ PBISCILLA'S POP By AJ Vennect War I Artillery Shell Kills One, Injures One WINDHOEK, South-West Africa (AP) — A German World War I artillery shell which had been lying around for 50 years exploded here Sunday, killing Willem Bezuidenhout, 7, and seriously injuring another boy. The two boys had been playing in a backyard chopping and hammering at 'the shell for some time before it exploded. South-West Africa was a German colony before 1918 and is now a territory of the Union of South Africa. The planet Venus is nearly like the earth in size. Kentucky Residents Are Returning Favor HARLAN, Ky. (AP) — Harlan residents, are returning a favor to flood victims in Quincy, 111. A shipment of 3,000 pounds of clothing was sent to Quincy Monday. Residents of the Quincy- Warsaw area donated clothes to needy Harlan residents during a flood two years ago. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner WHO NO 9UCH -WINS ABOMINABLE SNOW MAN ? You mean Jt's better to have loved and lost . even riylit ' your 'birthday?" « IHS k< NIA. IIK. TM. «.j U.S. PM. OH. "Wilkins, will you step in here a minute? It looks to me like this thing's knitting booties!" People and Things Answer -to Previou* Puzzle DOWN 1 Sacrificial Mock 2 Straw hat (Eng.) 3 Lure 4 Eccentric wheel 5 Winged 6 Cold wind 7 Beginning fl Brew 9 Sews loosely 11. Stormed 30 Tranquil 21 Kxpungings 2tt Herder 25 Antlcred 29 Soul (Kgypt) ACROSS 1 Nickname for Lincoln 4 Henry Lodge 9 Harbor, Maine 12 Actor, Chaney IS Feminine appellation 14 Brazilian macaw jo Biblical' 15 Make lace mountain edging 16 Master (corruption) 17 Droop ]fl A-tiptoc 20 Mound lor Lcma 21 French verb 22 Retrograde 24 Spinner's filament 26 Erect 27 Hops' kiln 28 Male swan 30 Bitter vetch 31 Uncle Tom's friend 32 Zoo animal 33 Bank appurtenance 35 Sea flyer 3fl Entice 40 Revokes a legacy 42 Disturb 43 Pronoun 45 Let it stand 46 Re indebted 47 Cubic meter 49 Musical syllable 50 Males 01 Posit ion of jeopardy . 52 Hen product 53Art n.atin) 54 Cornered (slang) "" stream 30 Egypt (ab.) 3HLess hastily 34 Foreigners :»> Reticulated 37 Rise into view 38 Agreeable fragrance 39 Compound ether 40 High home -11 The theater 44 At this place 47 Seaport (ab.) 48 Old age (dial.) ASSN. LOOK AT THOSE FLOWERS! SMELL THAT AIR.' •SPRING HAS FINALLY WITH A MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavaltt ^ L\fei6TOO&VIZnD\ Ferry , J D / \ ® i«J fcy NEA, he. T.M. Iff. Ui fot. Oil. ICANTSTANDPEOPLE/ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner SORRY. WITH J'/l FINE 1 . WE'LL DRIVE THRU IF MR.WcKEE / McKEE'S HftVING A CAN SPARE YOU ( ROtLICKlMS TIME-i PEtf- FOR. A FtW DAYSi I NYi RENEWING OLD EASY, I'D LOVE 10\ ACQUAINTANCES! SHOW YOU flUAINT NOOKS OP OLP EK16LANP1 CAN'T REACH CAPTAIW BUT WHY SHOULP A PROMINENT /MILLION WOMT MEEP I THEr AYLE56UR.V RESIGN 1 . ME SOOHi J I HAVE RaATIVE* THERE WHO CAM PUT US OP I INDUSTRIALIST LIKE WiE NEEP AN ALIBI? THIS WITNE5& \e> TOO EVEP-V LE-ADl DON'T LEAVE THIS ARE A VET! APDLEP FOR HIS WOW? TO" BUGS BUNNY I'D PREFER SOMEBODY TO TALK TO, BUT AS YOU KNOW/ I LIVE ALONE! IP IT'S CONVERSATION VA WANT I'VE GOT JUST TH'THINS/ELMEKi I GET VEWV LONESOME! DO "YOU HAVE A (SAME OR SOMETHING FOR HOME ENTERTAINMENT? ALLEY OOP By v. T. Hamlia REST?? VMEAN / SURE.' HERE, yOU LAY DOWN I I'LL. SHOW IN THAT THING? V-, YOU.' OUT OUR WAY—By J. R~ Wiliiaiiis FOR HEAVEM'Sy IT'S AM ALARM SYSTEM I RIG6ED V SAKE, WHAT'S I UP.' HE WAS TRVIWS TO 5WEAK OFF ALL THE J WITHOUT ME JUST LIKE 1 FIGURED (2ACKET V_ HE WOULP.'IT'S HISTURMTOHAVE OUT THERE /_\ THE CAR, BUT HE TURMEP 5OUF2. IVHEM 1 ASKEP HIM TO do A MERE TWO BLOCK* OUT OF HIS WAY AMP DROP AAE OFF «AT POEOTHY'S HOUSE WHY MOT HERS <3E.T .GRAY C'MON.NOW... MSLJ TRY IT.' ATTA BOY GUZ...NOW ALL YOU GOHA DO'S RELAX AN' SOU GOT ITMAPE.' t) 1965 by NtA, Inc. T.M. R«g^U.S._ Pat. Oil. OLU BOARDING HOUSE—with Major lloople i READ WHERE AW- i COULD ^ OF SAG-J PRACTICE BACK U ITHASUYVOUR^IZET;/ ou^^nuut- CHU-A h-is»*.in.tr ISAI-K. *-~ LIKE1DB6A6POJTE A-sy P ' PE PLAYER5 BROKE /?" HOME, 8OY$, BUTl) A CONVICT BEFORE TOE \ TOWM N P^PKlN &OKE V WOULDN'T HAVE A \ a^eo, =. a n iD r, B.«;1;;/Y "-AST YEAR /THE PAPER jl TEACHER/ M\<&HT/ NICE OF YOU TO WA^T Y%TARVED TO PEATH AKYON& ^(iV HEARD -THEM.'

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