Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 13, 1965 · Page 16
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 16

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, May 13, 1965
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MAY 13, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Friday, May 14 "The wise man controls his { destiny . . . Astrology points t!is I way." i ARIES i Mar. '21-Apr. 19>. ; Emphasis now on ability to makr ^ital discoveries. This ap- i plies to your PERSONAL needs ' as well as BUSINESS. Be Uior j ough. Welcome light of truth j Then you make progress. j TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20). I Highlifrh' domestic harmony ! Makr acru. s tments in y our' hoinff Be aware ol problems of mate 01 partner Good time .or purcha.-e of luxury items, special sifts or surprises. ' GEMINI 'May 21-J ii n e 20):' Be aware, alert. Offer opinion in constructive manner. Excellent day for SPECIAL coopera-! tion witli co-workers. Fine eve-j iiin^' for attending theater, excr-1 cising critical faculties. CANCER (June 21-July 22) • Important gains indicated. Business associate plays important role. KEEP promises made. Excellent for creative express! o n. I SHOW-OFF COVERS!—Dress- Obtain hint from GEMINI mes-1 U P y°"r teapot or toaster with a sage. j lovely smocked cosy trimmed LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): There ; with soft-felt daisy, bird, butter- are now some regulations and! 11 ^. fish or tulip—have your instructions to be observed. cn °ice! Work through authorized chan-! Pattern No. 5120-N has full di- nels. Then you are able to com-1 sections for making and smock- plete task. 'Good for publishing, \ ing cover in 12 and 14 inch sizes; advertising plans. j pattern pieces and directions VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22> :\ f or five trims. Give full play to intellect u a 1 To order, send 35c in coins to: pursuits. Your curiosity is Anne Cabot, aroused. Ask questions ... get | Ironwood Daily Globe, valid answers. Very good for j writing, telephoning, making new | BRIDGE BY JACOBY 12 INCHES 5120-N contacts. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Take stock of activities. K n o w in which direction you are going. VIRGO message also significant for you today. Good for long-range plans. Talk over finances. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21 i: Time to be versatile. Smile accomplishes wonders during this high cycle. Stress independence, originality. Realize many can be favorably impressed. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Attend to unfinished chores No day for delay or worry. Be forthright. Face issues. Express candid views. Communicate any CONSTRUCTIVE ideas to coworkers. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21-J a n . 19): Early start is indicat e d. Spotlight on dealings with people you -know. Evening favors romance, entertainment. Avo i d undue solemnity. Sense of humor proves great asset. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) Be a gracious "winner." Important business person may confide in you. This proves a major point. Offer hospital i t y , Friendship. Highlight mature approach. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20!: Appreciate degree of privacy. Outline personal philoso p h y , aims. Good for submitting new __„__ . _ Ideas, formats to associ a t e s. mastodon tooth. 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! Look beyond immediate indications. Be patient! ft tr ft IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH DAY . . . you are attractive to members of the opposite sex You are untiring in your graciousness which is a part of your great charm! GENERAL TENDENC I E S Cycle high for SCORPIO, SAGITTARIUS, CAPRICORN. Special word to CANCER: Younger individual may want to discuss problem. If so LISTEN! Boy Finds Mastodon Tooth in State Creek GRAND RAPIDS (AP) — A tooth extracted by 10-year-old Gregg Creek Murphy from here lias been Buck turned over to the Grand Rapids Public Museum as a relic of some 20,000 years ago. The 2.5-pound object has been identified as a SHORT RIBS—By Frank O'Neal YES, \r<=, ABOUT AVOWS COUPLE WHO ARE MAB.Y IN U)V£, BUT HER FW2ENTS WONDERFUL-.' 3UST WRITTEN THE FIRST SOAP OPE(?A. •Oh, I'm sure the woman you have in custody couldn't be > he phone out of NORTH (D) 13 * AQJ2 V A3 4 A J 7 4 K Q !) 3 WEST EAST * 74 A 109865 V .197 52 V K 10 * 8 » K 6 52 * A 1085 4 +J2 SOUTH 4k K 3 V Q8 64 * Q 1094 3 • *76 North and South vulnerable North East South West 2N.T. Pass 3+ Dblc Redbl Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• 8 that our loss on the hand would be 14 IMPs. Thus we would be 12 IMPs behind with 17 hands to go." Oswald: "It certainly was bad percentage because if you had made your redoubled club contract you would have been plus only 790 points for a gain of only four IMPs." Jim: "There was one good i thing about the loss. John Fisher never said a word. He just i pulled the next hand out of the duplicate board. If he had said anything it might have realy upset me. As it was we played 17 ; fine boards and won the match , easily since Phil and Dingy had | their usual fine game at the , other table." pwald: "That was the great : thing about our team. When one of us made a mistake his partners always came through to | make up for It." By JACOBY & SON Earlier this week Jim Jacoby asked his father what his worst bid in the Vanderbilt tournament was. Today his father gets even. Oswald: "If you had one bid or play to take back which one would it be?" Jim: "That's easy. A pass in the first hand of the second half of our sixth round match against the only other unbeaten team. We are two International Match Points ahead at the half and tried for a swing. I got one but it was against us." Oswald: "Your three clubs was a Stayman type bid designed to ask your partner to show a four card major suit if he held one. West doubled to show clubs and John redoubled to show that he held good clubs also. You could have gone on to three no-trump but decided to try to make the redoubled club ontract." Jim: "What a mistake! I was lucky to get out for down one and minus 400 points and it was a cinch that our opponents' partners would play three no-trump and make four or five odd so Q—The bidding has been: North East South West IV Pass 2* Pass 3 V Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AK876 VQJ3 <>A54 +A2 What do you do? A—Bid four no-trump. You plan to continue with five no- trump if your partner shows an ace and will bid seven hearts if he shows three kings. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding three hearts your partner jumps to four hearts over your two spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Q—What city has erected a monument to a bird? A— Salt Lake City, Utah. It was designed to commemorate the sea gulls which attacked a horde of grasshoppers which were destroying the wheat fields of the settlers in 1848. Q—When did the paper money of the present small size make its appearance? A—The first such paper money was issued on July 10, 1929. Q—Which is now the world's largest city in population? A—Tokyo, Japan, with a population estimated at over 10 million. BEN CASEY •Tirol County Board Rejects Building, Zoning Code ALLEGAN (AP)—A resolution authorizing the first step toward! establishing a uniform, county-j wide building and zoning code was defeated 26-10 Tuesday by the Allegan County Board of Supervisors. It had been proposed by the Allegan Area Chamber of Commerce as an answer to "substandard housing." City Will Finance Trip for Manager GRAND RAPIDS (AP)—City commission has approved, and promised municipal financing up to $1,284, for a trip to Belgrade, Yugoslavia, next month by City Manager George Bean. Now Hearing retirement, Bean plan^ to attend a conference as a delegate of the International City Managers' Association and tour several Iron Curtain areas. Explosion of 1 pound of uran- lum-235 releases more energy than 2.6 million pounds of coal. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "Nothing to read, thanks. I happen to be a writer, myself!" Let's Travel Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 City in Ohio !> Brazilian state 9 Blue Ridge stream 12 Greek god of war 13 Soviet ruler (1529-1584) 14 Island (Fr.) 15 Foulest 17 Stitch 18 Genuflect 19 Return to office 2 1 Rodents J23 Mr. Ameche 24 Gibbon 27 Pedal'digits 29 Remain 32 Number 34 Little space :)6 Emend 37 Conventional 38 Hammer head 39 Winter vehicle 41 Babylonian deity 42 Soak flax 44 Scope 46 Massaging instrument 49 City in Nebraska 53 Cuckoo blackbird 5-1 Joys iifil'arci game 57 American cngincT (1820-1887) 58 Trigonometric function 59 feminine appellation 60 Son of Seth (liib.) 61 Miss J,ancliesler DOWN ' 1 Song bird 1'1'MI.SS 3 Apportion 4 Fall flower 5 Fastener 6 Reluctant 7 Demolish 8 Fed the pot . (poker) 9 Disinter 10 Fish sauce 11 Salamander 36 Puffs up '20 Defeated one 22 Musical qualities 24 Sweet secretion 25 Nautical term 26 Reconversion 28 More secure aoWinglike parts 31 Shout N N N 33 Climbing plants 47 Presently 35 Western cattle 48 Tatar. shows militiaman (var.) 40 Texas city . 50 Seed appendage 43 Indian shelter SIFowls 45 Entertain 52 Bewildered 46 Offenses (Latin) 55 Onager k: ASSN. DOVOUMINOIF I JUST SIT HERE? 1 WON'T BOTHER YOU. WREACWZ/CHICK, ElAWE.WU'Re NOT QUITE AS RM> AS X>U THINK. BUSHEP. IVA GOING TO CONK OUT FOR AN HOUR. ANOHBK MARCUS .AUREUUSS1ARK, AREN'T NEARLY AS BAD AS I THOUGHT. HECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosscf THAT POOR. GI DOESMT KMOWTHE FFANT HAIRDO WOULD BE CAUSHT / WELL- DEAD OME/ •KISCILLA'S POP By A1V« IM COLLECTING- AUTOGRAPWS OF PROMINENT PERSONALITIES WOULD MOD CARE TO SIGN •z-z YOU WAVE.JUST REGISTERED FOR ySUMMER SCHOOL!, H)RTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavil* '. \PTAIN EASY SO THIS y-Vts.,,l_EATHERSLADe FARM. THEY LEFT WS HEAP-/ THE MAIL SACKS HERE, AWP FLED WITH THE QUARTERS! LOOT IM vAus...LEAVifJe FOUR MEM TO DEFOR TH& VSTROY ALL FIVeERPR(WT5 AND BURN THE OANfiiEHi ^- PEMNV? By Leslie BUT THEV WERE FRlaHTENH? , AWAY BEFORE THEY FINBHEP THE JOB. A BIT LATER POLICE FOUNP THB FARM, EMPTV«..6UT DID GET PRINTS THftT 5EWT HALF THE GAMS TO PRISON I VERY INTERESTING. PENNY' AREMTy RK3HT. SEVERAL O' THE LEAPERS, ANP / BUT THB MOST 0' THE SWAS. STILL WI55IM6? I POLICE t »—^-. ———1 HAVEN'T *' GIVEN UP WET1 BUGS BUNNY I'LL CHANGE INTO \ ELMER! MY CLOTHES AND WE'LL DWIVE HOME, M3WAT1 A fLATf MS^ NEW SUIT WILL GET WHILE I CHANGE TIRES! THERE'S A SOLUTION TO PROBLEM IFVA THINK A 6 1*5 kj Wo.nt KMIIM. In. n ' TM. ttf. U.S. M. 011.- ALLEY OOP OH,MYGOSH,GUZ, GEE WHIZ... I THOUGHT FOR A MOMENT THERE YOU'D HURT WURSELF...YEH By V. T. Hunli* S-13 i} m» k, Hit. h*. T.M. I*. U.I. N>. OH. OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams •AREN'T THESE V WELL; YOU SHOULPSEE HOW PRETTYTHEY WILD FLOWERS ) LOOK FROM HERE.' I'M JUST TRYING To NICE? -KHJ I DECIPE WHETHER IT'S THE BEAUTIFUL f SH0ULPHAVE ./ FLOWERS THAT/WAKE THE BACKaROJWP / SEEM HOW \V LOOK SO BAP, OR IF IT'S THE AWFUL PRETTYTHEy.y 7 BACK6ROUWP THAT MAKES THE S LOOKEP / I FLOWERS LOOK SO I IN THE p V BEAUTIFUL.' V FIELP.' fc_ -4Jy ~~~ * ~^~'^i&5Stfa THE WORRY WART 5.,* •'"", OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople POOR ROCKY \6 UNDERGOINS THE TORMENTS OF ALL YOUMG MUSICIANS, TWISSS/THE LAD SEARM-S TO BECOME A FREfJCH NORM VIRTUOSO, BUT WHEN! ... PRACTICES HE BREAKS CHINA THREE DOORS AWAY/-~HAK- KAPF/— PERHAPS THE TWO OFUSMISHTPINDA SOLUTION FOR HIM/ ( PON 1 T-6ET ME WRONS,MAJO(?,I LIKE ROCKY, BUT I'M 6ETTIN6 8UMIOMS ON MV EARDRUMS M.V6EUF/ MAYBE HE5MOULD MOVE INTO THE MI6HT PEOPLE APARTMEMT6 DOWMTOWM -«- EVERY ROOM V SOUNDPROOFED/

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