Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 12, 1965 · Page 16
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 16

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, May 12, 1965
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOO OAIIY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Thursday, May 13 "The wise man controls h i s destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19 1; j Time to he sure your intentions , are clear. Avoid getting things j garbled. Stress clarity. CORRECT outmoded syst e m s. STREAMLINE - your activities TAURUS 'Apr. 20-May 20>: Listen, observe. Communic a t e ideas. But do so in tactful manner. Other.- may tend to be su- 1 per-sen^ithe Recognize nep fi .* '• of mat? or partner and as.soci- j ales at work. GEMINI (May 21-Jii.ic ?0i . Give fuli attention now 10 job a; hanJ Rejnembe" resolutions, about health, budget, lime-saving devices. .See Uie beauty aronnci 1 you. Give compliment where earned. CANCER i June 21-Julj 22*:' Gooo lunar aspect points up j special studies, interests. Advance now by being THOR- I OUGH : DEDICATED. Avoid ! worry. The FUTURE is brighter ', than you rr!!gl?i Imagine 1 j LEO (July 23-Aug. 'J2i: One! J17 - ST FOR 'TOTS— An ador- who asks you Tor advice is sin- j aWe skimmer for girls of three ceiT. But THINK about y o u rj to e ^M- And it's the easiest kind answers. Don't entei complica- of sewing for mother! ted situation You are gain ing favorable attention. So try to avoid pitfalls. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22i: Time to finish projects, see peo- pie, go places. Highlight versatility. Utilize your innate sense of analysis. Find the reas o n s WHY. Don't rely on secondhand SEW-SIMPLE 8245 BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 12 4k A 9 4 3 V A 104 * KQ76 464 WEST EAST (D) A 10765 *QJ8 ¥932 VJ6 *A108 »932 * K Q 10 + A 9 8 5 3 SOUTH AK2 VKQ875 * J54 AJ72 Both vulnerable East South West North Pass Pass Pass 1 * Pass 1 V Pass 2 V Pass 3 V Pass 4 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—AK 11 IMPs on the hand. Against us. North rebid to one spade and, after South continued to one no-trump. North passed. We collected five clubs and the ace of diamonds so he did make his one no-trump for whatever consolation that might have given him." Q—The bidding has been: North East South West 1V Pass 2 A Pass 2N.T. Pass 3V Pass 3 A Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK876 VQJ3 +A54 #A2 What do you do? A—Bid four spades. Yon don't RO for a slam because your partner refused to raise spades lm* | mediately. ! TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two no- trump your partner bids three hearts over your two spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow BEN CASEY By Nfert No - 8245 with PATT-O-RAMA IS in sizes 3 ' 4 > 5. 6 - ?• 8 years. Size 4 - 2 ''« yards of 35-inch i To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, j ironwood Daily Globe, ' 407 S Wacker Drive, ; Chicago, 111. 60607 ) For Ist-class mailing add lOc j for each pattern. Print name, 2 2 ) : addre ? s with zi P code - st y le N °- reports LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. —.., Money affairs due to take turn an ,r . .... . . for better. Be encoura g e d! i s | nd 50c to ,^y for the Spring Take initiative. Highlight origi-i & Summer 65 issue or Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. nality. Be independent in thought, action. You CAN impress others now. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Cycle high. Circumstances twist in your favor Understand this and act accordingly. Think out your own decisions but CON-' DAY • -you are a frank indi- O f i vidua). You will fight for the mi- may offer constructive suggestion. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH- ; derdog. You are loyal. Would SIDER recommendations knowledgeable associate. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e c . j make excellent personnel man- 21): Time to avoid scatter i n g i a S er your forces FINISH one thing ••• * ° * at a time. Now previously dark-i GENERAL TENDENCIES: ened areas are illumin a t e cl. | c y cle h'gh for SCORPIO, SAG- Keep mind open and stay right track. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J a n on ITTARIUS, Special word to GEMINI: If you are understanding ... the one you love will make you proud. 19): Be sure to check details Highlight sincerity. Adhere to Golden Rule. Don't be talk e cl Q C |. Firp for Prnrtir* into questionable scheme. If you Jer rire ror rTQ <-"<~* are foithright . . . success is '"A^AOTTTO r r, • i FORT WASHINGTON, AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): < AP) _ Members of the Obstacles could boomerang in I Washington your favor now. stick to project. Handle added responsibility. Don't be a clock-watcher. Volunteer extra effort and it will pay off! PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Good lunar position indicat e s progress. Effort in past now gains recognition. Keep communication lines clear. Associ ate Then Get Call to One Pa Foil Volunteer Fire Company set fire to an unused barn Monday night in a practice exercise. As they were rolling up their hoses at the end of the drill they got a radio call for help from a nearby township. On fire — an unused barn. USE DAILY GLOBB WANT-ADS SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal f-tt OCAL CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner T " By JACOBV & SON j Today's discussion cone e r n s itself with the formation of the team that won this year's Vanderbilt Cup. : | Oswald: "How dici you feel about our chances of winning the Vanderbilt one week before' play began?" | Jim: "Whose chances? John! Fisher and I had a firm engage-i ment. You and Ira Rubin had some sort of semi-engagement and had been talking to P h i 1 : Feldesman ebout his finding ai partner. We had no team." ' Oswald: "Finally Phil came up with the idea of calling Albert fDingy) Weiss in Miami.! Digy had no plans to go to the tournament at all and had never played with Phil except in rub-; ber bridge games. On the other hand Phil and Dingy are two of the very best rubber bridge players in the world and their simple system knocked all comers out of the box in the Vanderbilt." Jim: "Here is a hand that shows their bidding at its best. Dingy raised Phil right away in hearts and when Phil tried for game Dingy put him there. Somewhat like old fashi o n e d 'Papa-Momma' bidding, but I most effective." \ Oswald: "Most effective isi the way to describe it. Aft e r i West opened the king of clubs,' Phil was able to ruff out his' in dummy and con-i ceded one diamond trick aft e r! drawing trumps. Of course, the! hand might not have made if suits had broken badly but the idea in International Match i Point competition is to bid all' close games." ; Jim: "I know we picked up Quick Quiz Q—How many U.S. presidents have been wounded in battle? A—Although 21 were in military service at some time in their lives, only 3 were wounded in battle. James Monroe was wounded in the Revolutionary War; Rutherford B. Hayes was wounded 4 times while serving in the Union Army: John F. Kennedy suffered an injury while serving in the Navy In World War II. Q—Which was the first state to abolish the death penalty? A—Michigan enacted a law tn 1846, effective in 1847. The gallows were still retained, however, for treason against the state. Sidnaw Personals Mr. and Mrs. Saint Claire Pe q u e t, Mrs. Junior Longrie and daughter, Kimberly, w e re Marquette callers. Kimberly remained at the childrens clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hardes and Mrs. Perry Thompson were Houghton callers. Mrs. Earl Crawf o r d, Mrs. Nora Fesnick and Mrs. Perry Thompson were Marquette callers. William Bennett, Willough b y, Ohio, is visiting with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. George Goddard, Oscoda, are spending the summer at their cabin here. Mrs. Ernest Cummings Jr., and baby, and Irene Hill, Bergland, visited with relatives and friends here. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox • 1*5 b, MU. l«. m t«. Ui M. Od 5-12. "My sister's got a boy friend. What's your racket?" Football ACROSS 1 Forward- 5 Team position 8 Bowl 12Grafted (her.) 13 Equality as to value 14 Expands (poet.) 15 Ancient Irish capital 16 Cyprinoid fish 17 Obtains 18 Native name for Italy 20 Player's slake 21 High mountain ; 23"T" • 25 Symbol (or tungsten 26 Energy unit 27 Twirl 28 Wood sorrel 30 Roman robes (var.) 33 French wine 34 More compact 35 Persian coin 37 Bitter vetch 38 Either 3!) Feudal domain 42 Abstract being 43 Masculine appellation 44 Summits 46 Dance, in quadrille 47 Scold 48 Pace 51 Arabian commander 82 Whole 53 Of aircrift 54 Parts of minutes (ab.) 55 Compass point 66 Jewish uucrcd object DOWN 1 Fondle 2 Collodion of turiusa 3 Divest 4 Chair 5 Kud-of-play speeches ivar.) 6 Lowest point 7 Visions 8 IJturgical ceremonies 9 Apertures 20 Conlesl (comp. word) 11 West German city 19 Ethiopian, for example 21 Particle 22 Elegance 24 New Zealand kiwi 26 Concealers of goods (law) Answer to Previous Puzzle ^^ 29 Arm of Mediterranean 31 Grand time division 32 Goes astray 34 In proper form 41 Gems 42 Organic salt 45 Isaac's son (Bib.) 49 Son of Gad (Bib.) 36 Climbing plants 50 Pertaining to 3!7 Auctions science of fruit 40 Smyrna fig type growing (ab.) WHV DON'T YOU BOTH STOP BARKING AT EACH OTHER ANP . FIGURE OUT WHAT ROUTE' TOGOrJoW? 1 OWE YOU SOME KINP OF THANKS. PRECKt.KS AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill BtoSMf COACH, U WHEREiS WHERES CHEST PRISCILLA'S POf By AlVc IT'S PURE ^~^N CARELESSNESSlJ THAT'S THE SECONP RAINCOAT MORTT MEEKLE By Dick Cwaltt I'M. KNOWN A61U& YW33N£- NEEDED Wfie, ANOTH6C NUT. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Tone* HEV, PENNV;.. PIOWT THAT #7.000,000 TOWN ROBBER/ IN l%3 TAKE PUCE NEAR HERE? VES«.THB ROYAL MAILTRAW FROM GLASGOW TO LONPON WA* STOPPED. AMP 174- SACK5 OF REGISTERED MfllL TAKEN! THEY PROVE 15 MILES TO AN I50LATEP FARM THF/'P BOUOHT... TRANSFERRED THE TWO TONS OF BANKNOTE* TO VAUS, AMP VANI5HEt>.,,ALL WJfHIM 45 MINOTE&i PIDN'T THEY PULt A COSTIN BOWBR AT TH& FARM ? HERE AT BRIDESO BRIDGE, THE WELL. REHEAKSEP 6AN& DROPPEP THE: 6ACK& TO THEIR WAITING LORRV HOW Y I THINK ABOUT \ I C'N IT? A USEYAl PETUNIA'LL fffALLY BE IMPRESSED WHEN SHE FINDS OUT I'M A MODEL.' LE'S MAKE THAT INDEX. FINGER A U'L MORE Decisive, DOC! e IMS kr >»»>», Inc. T.M. In US f.t. OH. S-/Z ALLEY OOP HERE TOU ARE, GUZ... PRETTY NICE, EH? BY GOLLY, OOP, YEH... THIS )S ALLRI6HT.' By V. T. Bunlia KNIDAHAROJNAWNUTHIN T'GETOUT <TDrr...jusr OF, THOUGH,) GET OUT, AINTIT? /THA'SALU / MIVVSPATUt EN'WKl'KISE ASSN. SEE THAT BUILPIN 1 OFF TO TH' LEFT? WELL, THAT'S TH' GUARPHOUSE, AN'TH 1 FIRST THING YOU RECRUITS 6HOULPLEARN16TO KEEP OUT OF m THE BETTER HOLE BOKM FORTY YE&STOOSOOM .„, w , M ,. , OUU BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoopte UM.YAS, ROCKX MODERN! -SOCIETy <\ " PAM RP- C"C?t}PL TV"} TUC &i IT~»TNIk.i/- ^ ' LEARNIWTD PLJXV "TUP-A 1 ^™^« wt ^.^wtw \\j inc OL1LJLJIN(^ ^^^ HORN 1$ ROUGHER-rMA^r\ ARTl&T/ THE MAD W<3 CROWD ^ ^ ."j::^. 1 -, _.r;..-.._ ftN /> oa^E^SE-n WITH TUP /OMPCT o-,i A COWfe TOMGU&.' BACK HOME-, fHERe6 NO TEACHER-"- AND WERE IN TH& CITV I CANT PRACTICE-.' PAVJ TOLD /V\Er. <2UIT BUT > OBSESS E-D WITH THE aOE&T POR f C50LO INSTEAD OF OXTUfte/ SOT 35 OP 600D CHEEK *» I FACED ^ : OF THE- SAME OBSTACLES lM MY OWN YOUTH.' '/ Jft -*<=»:. ^t) I/'* I \wse • 1M kt HU. U* 1 M IM. \ UKAT'S WHAT WORRIES (AIM, MAJOR f- (.|1

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