Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 17, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, May 17, 1965
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TWFIVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN MONDAY, MAY 17, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Tuesday, AIay 18 "The wise man controls his destiny. . .Astroloay points f hn way." | ARIES iMar. -M- Apr. 19>: Day to enlarge vio\v, spread influence. Finish niiijor project, follow results. Means don'' pish into ncH- area Adhere to hiali- est principles. Stand tall. Mnin- tain dignity io impress super-' iors. TAURUS 'Apr. 20- May 201: Good lunar aspect highlights 1 o n p-range planning. 6bt a i n valid hint from today's ARIES message. Take initiative. Be original. Heed own counsel and gain liirough CREATIVE IMA-j GINATION. ! GEMINI 'May 21- June 20i:' Utilize initutjve (acuities. Don't fear the unknown. Be factual: about policies accounts, debts and pnv.'nents. Intelligent discussion could win and make a bet- cr 'tomorrow." \ CANCER uJune iM-July 22 <:' Partnership, legal matters may: require special attention. Look for nilc'Viint i v o methods. Be 1 5321 KITCHEX KITTENS:— A cute set of kitten potholders can add -..,„,,.,_„ _, . . , .. , a decorative touch to the kitchen Vt,RSAriLK Avoid "my way or, wa]1 and at thc san - e time pro . nothing attuuoe and progress is lef ., yuur hands when plclcing up • BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH *653 VQ9852 JVEST A Q. 7 109 8 2 V 4 3 • 963 * A5 KJ9 EAST 4k K 4 V A 10 R 4> Q J 10 5 4 2 + 72 SOUTH (D) AAV VKJ7 • A8 + Q 10 8 6 4 3 North and South vulnerable South West North Kast 1 * 2 * 3 * Pass 3M.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 4> Q I give North and South game and rubber. Q—The bidding has been: .South West North East 1 * Pass 1 • Pass ? You, South, hold: *KQJ2 VA104 4-32 *A654 What do you do? A — Bid one spade. Ton planned this when you opened one club. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to two clubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Q—How can the digestion of a bird work efficiently without teeth? A—Substituting for teeth is a powerful gizzard which grinds food when necessary. By JACOBY & SON Q—is the avocado related to Edgar Kaplan of New York any of our northern fruits? whose team finished second to **' • not pols M ., ke extra for Aug. 22.: Be . and gift-giving 1 acniexeci. LEO 'July 23- aware of details, facts, papers. 1 Pattern No. 5321-N has trace- Routine matters require atten- O ff kitten: stitch and sewing cli- tion. Remember promise made rections. to co-workers. Others judge you by your actions. Don't disappoint them! VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 'J2i: If you are aware ol all facts, you make right move. Check with expert. Your newspaper may provide clues. . .utilize them. Time when change, plans, variety are highlighted. LIBRA i Sept 23- Oct. 22 i: Ad- To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot. Iron wood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lUc for each pattern. Print name, __ ^ Send 50c now for your new '65 jusTmeiit indicated. "SonT Fight! f aP / i P ega f^,! e \ 1 ^ e custo 1 rn U To ! llect?on" ' bidS thl ' ee ° 1UbS ' S ° Uth may P3SS ' ours in this years Vanderb i 1 t , , , , Q — During the battle of Ronce- has been a top player, teacher * R ^ fl b , h , horri t and writer for many years. His summon aid . How far was lt newest book Competitive Bid- i iearc j? ding in Modern Bridge" is a fine : A -Accorcling to legend - 85 exposition .of many of the cur- , m ji es rent expert theories. ! ! It is primarily for serious stu- Q-How many one-round i dents of the game, because it knockouts did Joe Louis score' deals entirely with a portion of A-The Brown Bomber scored bidding that is so complicat e d 10 | that other writers have barely | touched on it. ! Edgar is a strong advoca t e _ I of the weak jump overcall. The ! main purpose of this overcall is Mr - and Mrs - William Vanto crowd the bidding so that' Truck - Waukegan, 111., spent a the opener and his partner will weekend at their summer home be unable to find their best con- 1 and also visited with friends and tract. i relatives. Today's hand shows this bid at ' Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson its very best. North does not and family and Harold Roatch, feel strong enough to show his ! Milwaukee, spent a weeke n c hearts at the three level so he at the home of Goldie Anderson Saxon Personals BEN CASEY By NMl THIS CAT EATS AND RUNS. NO AN6LES, NOW, OR I BUG OUT. EtAINE ACTS AS THOUGH THE SOLE PURPOSE IN HER LIFE IS TO MAKE AMENDS TO MARK STARK. IT'S BECOMING, AN •< TONIGHT SHE'S ^C ElAINE ASKED INVITED MARK TO PINNER AT HOME. HER BEHAVIOR HAS I DINNER. I THINK BEEN STRANGE Alt/ 1 UNDERSTAND METOCOME i n OVERAFIB* |Xg H(5 by NEA, Int. 1 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill A DOLLAR NO,TMATS ABOUT AVERAGE FORA VWIHLir TAKE I ABOUT LOMQTb FIVE •5*£NO I MINUTES ^"tJ T / AMD COST CO5 > / ABOUT MUCH / p|VF r , TANK FULLA GAS/ . rrtooKs LKE BE ABLE TO COAST AS . PER MINUTE? ISN'T THAT RATHtR EXPENSIVE P AS THE. GARAGE/ PRISCILLA'S POP By AIT BUT THAT'S HOW THEY DO IT IN THE COWBOY MOVIES: CHUbNU.Uc.TM. la. U^.hr. OH 5-VI items to crochet, knit, stitch < Bemiao If ised .gain is forthcoming. Utilize your innate sense of JUSTICE is handicapped, or less fortun- SCORPIO i Oct. 23-Nov. 21 1 : ate than you. Highlight CON- Day to plan with relatives, busi- SIDERATION. ness associates. Obtain hint PISCES iFeb. 19- Mar. 20 1: from today's LIBRA message. Friends far away due to corn- Write and mail letters. Fine time municate. Be a good listener. to call person you have neglect- i Exhibit charm. But don't become ed. Show your "best side." ! involved if unsavory scheme is SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. i suggested. Stand tal! 21): Attend to financial affairs.; * » a Checking with investment expert ' IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH- couldmean profitable move. | DAY. . .you would make fine Partnership idea seems to pos- 1 nurse, doctor. You are individual sess merit. Key is making right 'who cares about helping others. ALLIANCES. i i, i, * CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan.; GENERAL TENDENCIES: 19): Cycle high. Stress indepen- , CYCLE HIGH FOR CAPRI- dence, originality. Your choice CORN. AQUARIUS. Special .today could be the RIGHT one ; wor d to LEO: Avoid excesses. Circumstances work in y our: Take care where health is con- favor. Patience and confide n ce cerned result in rewards. _ AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 18) ; Creeping myrtle, or ground Display sense of humor. Friend ivy, once was believed to be a who is depressed requires cheer, j cure for snakebite, intestin a 1 optimism. Day to help one who i trouble and envy. and Lillian Roatch. three no-trump or four clubs. In Mrs. Harriet Perkins, Terry either of the later cases North j Reydahl, Mrs. Marvel Roffers is almost sure to pass. Three; and Doris Monfort, Ashland clubs makes easily; three no- spent a day at the Lloyd anc trump goes down three tricks; i Donald LaPortune homes: four clubs probably makes, al- j Mr. and Mrs. Pat Kroll and though if West opens a heart' family, Marenisco, spent a week- and East duck: the first lead four I end at the Lillian Sullivan and clubs will go down. Michael Kroll homes. On the other hand, if W e s t j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stride, Iron merely overcalls with one spade I Belt, spent a day at the George North might try two hearts but Baker home, would probably bid two clubs, j Mr. and Mrs. George Baker East would stick in a two dia- and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Downey mond bid and South would rebid to three clubs or two no-trump. In either of those cases North would find a three heart bid and South would raise him to four. Four hearts makes easily to ; bert Smith. visited at Silver Bay, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Newman and daughter v of Rhinelan d e r spent a weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wil- SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox BUGS BUNNY ( VAK1 IT'S TOUGH SNOOZIN' IN TH' PARK THESE OAfS, EH, SYLVESTER? '/M/AGILE BRAIN IS CAPABLE OF SOLVING ALMOST ANY DILEMMA!...2ZZ... CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner • MB b MO. he. T.M. Uf Ui M. ON. y-n "I'm going to learn to drive this thing U it takes till it's paid for! 1 Storybook Tots Answer to Previous Punl* ACROSS J« in Wonderland" 6 "Tiny " 9 "Little : ". 12 Moslem princess 13 Letter of Greek alphabet 14 Bearing surface 16 "Tom, the. 17 Girl Scouts' up (ab.) .18 Rake 19 By reason of 21 Exciter to •. action 24 Impel 25 English '•(talesman -(1759-1806) 26 Lump 28 Elbe tributary 29 Goddess of . the dawn 30 Angular unit (math.) 32 Masculine appellation 33 Beetle 36 "Little boy 5l> Major (music) 40 Feminine appellation 41 Eternities 42 Hebrew scripture note* (var.) 44 Crescent-duped 47 Moslem Filipino 48 Yellow bugle plant • 49 Mountain in YoKemite Park (2 words) '53 Son of Gad (Uib.) 64 Ibsen character 55 Yellow pigment (var.) 56 Eastern date 57 Wrestling cushion 58 Having rays DOWN 1 Wool for the warp 2 Lion 3 Luzon, natives 4 Cardboard design 5 Load troops on .coach 6 Beverage '7 Skin irritation 8 Construct 9 Moths 10 Face 11 Legal plea 16 Not to windward' •20 Destroy •21 Monkey 22 River (Sp.) .23 Radioactive • element UIA EI& nan EIJH fil ^Lrf I C3HI3 ESHEI 27 Three- 38 Remove nail* dimensional from show 40 Hard shell 30 Sun god (Egypt) 43 Stupor 31 Some one 45 Sport 32 Flat-topped hill aggregation 33 "Wizard of Oz" 46Wagncrian Rirl 34 Mouths .35College cheer' 36 Slandered 37 Paris art. museum heroine 50 Whale (comb, form) 51 Exist 52 Masculine nickname K ASSN. MORTY MEEKLE By Dick CavaDI f jf^^ 1 ^^ "—~-~**4^>><W^**f BTlSfiTNW, 'ft TM. li|. Ui 1* OK TWEN6VBZ/60D/WILL OLHtTHE COJB60THB/ C CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie . RUPDV Y HAiNSir/>lLU,TIM.,,mj.t?McKEB.,A NICE PAY, ( WORLO WAR I CHUMl NOW VOU'VE ANPAUL VSTIJPIPLV IPENT1REPMEA5ATRAIN THATRCJT, >-nr ROBBER ...REMEHABER? WHAT? SIR, I'M TIMOTHV TKOON- AH, VE»! GHASTLY BUSINES5I WHATf HOW PIP YOU FALL WTO A LIFE OF CRIME? CONFOUND IT. ID1PNT! YOU TLANP YARD M9U MAPS AN IDIOTIC MISTAKE: NOi INPEEP1 I T WHVi VOU GIPPY CAN'T FORGET I OUP GOAT.»YOU'VE- VOUR SINISTER V EWBARRA55EP ME FACEmPlRECTINS THAT GAMS I WATCH IT, J.R1 V0UR- PERSECUTION COMPLEX SHOWIWGi THE BORN LOSER By Art HEY.' WHATlS } I DUNNO.YOUR ALL THAT J HIGHNESS... IT'S RACKET? i^COMIM' FROM UP AROUNP OOP'S DIGGIM'S '. PADGUMMEP HAMMER- HEAPEP RUMMY/ I WISH WHEM HE WENT AWAY HE'P STAYED AWAY... rr K>&& OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams ...T DUNNO WHY HE COULDN'T A-OOT ET BY A DINOSAUR OR SUMPIN.' ^n(4jmi'.-j, 'i'linir—'i-siii^w ucnTdjrz, - OUU BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople NIBS U.1HE^6OTA MU"=T REALLY J> POINT, HEED HELP.'// THOOSH/ BOY6,Y(E'LL ALL HWIETO WOR< TOSETU6K TO SAVE POCKV'S MUSICAL. CAREER.' THE LA1> CAM FINANCE THE SOLITUDE HE NEEDS MERELY 3/TAKING A FEVV SIMPLE PRIZEFIGHT^/ UNFORTUNATELY HE'4 A BIT SQUEAMISH A6OOTEKTER-J| PER-) HAP6 YOU CAM HELP PEKSUAI5P H!AA.' ROCKY MA'S FOET KfJOX AT THE EMD OP- ) DRIVE-BIS CARS* .

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