Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 18, 1965 · Page 10
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GIOBE, fRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 18. 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Wednesday, May in "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES i Mar. 21-Apr. 10 f Time to advance career interests. Stress idea of PROGRESS. Means don't stand still . . . think rather than vegct a t e. Awareness overcomes obstacles. Wake up! TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20i: Good Moon aspect spotlights all the arts. Read. Absorb knowledge. Let big ideas crowd out petty notions. Respect yourself . . . then others will also. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): No time for fear. Investiga t e areas previously unexpl o r e d . You can gain if you TRY. Push ahead with full EFFORT and energy. CANCER (June 21-July 22): If you lack patience . . . you lack essential ingredient for success. Day fo be careful and THOROUGH. Heed advice from partner or mate. Don't rush, force or push. LEO (July 23-Aug. 221: Opportunities could grab center of attention. Ideas abound early in day. Examine offers and you can make right decisions. Day to be vital, confident. Understand your own value. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Good lunar aspect highli g h t s creative activity. Ideas abound early in day. Examine off e r s and you can make right decisions. Day to be vital, confident LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Emphasis now on business, profession, promises made to close friends. Perform basic duti e s. Avoid sensationalism. Stick close to regular base, if possible. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Improve status with associates, in-laws. Don't take people for granted. Mend fences. What you do and say now has profound effect. Weigh words, actions. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Ability to get most for your money now in spotlight. Be aware of budget. Read ads. Be open to opportunity Spread influence. Don't postpone telephone call to important person. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J a n. 19): Listen and HEAR. Be alert, vital. Cycle continues high. Favorable aspects promote opportunity. New projects favored. Welcome friend who sha res "DISOVERY." AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Time to be discreet. Confidential meeting could result in valuable knowledge. Don't take sides. Means be an impartial observer with TRUTH your ma-: jor goal. | PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): I ONE SIZE (3-4-S) 2924-H I SET FOR THE DAY!—Espe- j cially designed with the little j girl in mind—a prettily ruffled I dress plus matching panties and i "kerchief! You'll find this ideal j set for the day—quick and easy i to stitch and trim! BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 18 WEST 4832 VK986 4653 + J 109 EAST * A 1065 4AQJ1094. »K7 4632 +KQ854 SOUTH (O) AQJ9 V AQJ1042 • 82 + A7 No one vulnerable Sec article for bidding and opening lead. Pattern No. 2924-H has tissue sizes 3, 4. 5 inclusive: hot-iron transfer; full directions. To order, send 35c in coins to: i diamonds, East will probably By JACOBY & SON As Edgar Kaplan points out in "Competitive Bidding in Modern Bridge" the main purpose of the weak jump overcall is to deprive your opposition of valuaole bidding space. S o m e- times this tactic winds up badly on other occasions the opponents go on to their normal successful contract, but once in a while the bid upsets their lines of communication and gets them into the wrong contract. If West passes or bids two diamonds over South's one heart opening, North will raise to two hearts. If West has bid two has made it mighty hard for North and South to get to their one good contract. Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 1 * Pass 1 • Pass 1 * Pass 2 + Pass 7 You, South, hold: *KQ.I2 VA104 432 4A 654 What do you do? A—Pass. Five dabs is oat of sight and one heart stopper and a mere 14 points in high card* does not make a no-trump e~me look attractive. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two clubs your partner jumps to three clubs over your one spade. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Anne Cabot, Ironwood 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! Contacts made now can further hopes, wishes. Talk and explain. Don't be restricted by false modesty. Dslplay of sense of humor, versatility will work wonders! <r •& * IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY . . .you are an original thinker. Often you surprise associates by 'refusing to agree with majority. Your unique and intriguing qualities can carry you far. o * * GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for CAPRIC O R N, AQUARIUS, PISCES. Spec i a 1 word to VIRGO: A change of scenery could prove benefici a 1 U-M Regents to Meet ANN ARBOR (AP) — The monthly meeting of the regents of the University of Michigan will be held here Friday. BUGS BUNNY I GIVE UP, ^ PETUNIA1 I'VE MIXED A DOZEN SHADES O' GREEN,AN' VA HAVEN'T LIKED AMY O' 'EMI 5-18 .00, / HERE'. MATCH THE \ (COLOR OP THIS PEA SOUP! ] \rrs «*W WHAT Z WANTJ CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "I DO want my children to Have things I didn't have as a bov i. . and a bankrupt father isn't one ol them!" get into the act and bid three clubs. In either case South is likely to try a three heart bid and will play the hand at that contract. There is no problem to t h e play at three hearts. South has to lose four tricks and there is no way for him to do any better or worse. He collects 140 below the line and 100 points for honors. Now let's see what happens if West bids three diamonds over the one heart opening. West takes quite a chance when he makes the bid because he may go down four tricks if he gets doubled. But no one can double h i m this time and his partner has enough strength to make three diamonds if he plays it. Even if West goes down one he has honors to compensate. If North tries a three heart bid over three diamonds South won't know how much he has pushed and will almost sure 1 y continue to four hearts. Or if North passes. South may compete to three hearts whereupon North may raise to four. Either way the jump over-call Q—What average temperature is maintained in New Mexico's Carlsbad Caverns? A—A constan 56 degrees. Q—Has Canada officially j adopted a new flag? I A—Yes, a red and white flag i with a maple leaf in the center ! made its official debut in Peb- i ruary, 1965. | Q—Who was the first president I of a Negro country to visit the i United States? • A—President Edwin Barclay ; of Liberia in 1943. j Q—What was the nation's first municipally owned opera house? A—The War Memorial Opera House of San Francisco, which opened in 1932. BEN CASET •ylfntf AHOHAMMEP WOULDN'T 60 TO THE «OUMTWN,S07HE MOUNTAIN COMES TO MOHAMMED! THERES THE OOOR- BELt! IT'S PROBABLY 7HEMOMVMW/ ALLTHROUdH DINNER I'VE SMELLED SOMETHING COOKING... C'MON,ElAtNE WHAT'S THE SCOOP? BESIDES THE ROAST. NOW GOES? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrm fOUMS MAM,00 YOU . WAVE THOSE SHOPPING/ DON'T CAR05 WITH SEATS DO SOMETHING- WITMTHIS BOY. WMILE i SHOP/ $4* W MM. ta^ Tit I-.' U.i M. OT. Los Angeles Plaque Will Honor Kennedy LOS ANGELES (AP) — A plaque honoring the late President John F. Kennedy will be unveiled Saturday, May 29, at the peristyle entrance of the Coliseum. The Coliseum Commission authorized the plaque to mark the location where Kennedy accepted the 1960 Democratic presidential nomination. The late president would have been 48 on the day of the ceremony. illSCILLA'S POP By AIV< It breaks my heart to see him there, All doubled up with pain, f It's mighty hard to face the fact We'll never ride afcgain. It hurts to see him suffer so. His plight €fcives me the shivers... 111 bet there's not another <5irl Whose horse is down with slivers. s .\» ,»RTY MEEKLE By Dick Craft 2 Michigan Men Get Horatio Alger Awards NEW YORK (AP) — Two Michigan men were among 11 recipients Monday of the 19th annual Horatio Alger Awards. They were Paul Carnahan, chief executive of National Steel Corp. at Detroit, and Dr. Joseph E. Maddy, founder of the National Music Camp at Interlochen. I've GOT A. Y/ONOBSFUt- •6LO&ANR32. * WHAT 16 ~WeCMX> 60 WNG OF R2JEND6HIP NEVER MOOLI5 A fEKMERS tffcK. HOWABOOTIF JOJTIT DOWN A LITTLE? S-/S 'PTAIN EASY By Leslie SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "I know he's been lying there all afternoon, but he says he hasn't quite made up his mind!" Play Ball! Answer to Previou* Puzzl* . ACROSS I 1 Feller I 4 Third man , 8-— at first ! 12 Brazilian macaw 13 Malt brews 14 Winged ,15 Paving substance 16 Imperishable 18 Heavy hammers 24 Metal 20 Egg-shaped 25 Rant 21 Kncmy 22 Hideous monster 24 Persia 26 Presently 27 Masculine nickname 30 Nocturnal mammal (yar.) 32 the side 34 Exaggerate 35 Offends 36 Diminutive of Edgar 37 Brink 30 Italian city .40 Dirk •'41 Feminiim nickname 42 Peruvian mountains 45 Tangled 49 Voted back into office 51 Hail! 52 Rancor 53 Pay 54 Number 55Native metals 56 Statue 57 Kilter vetch DOWN 1 Baseball clubg 2 Verbal .3 Audacious 4 Tnlcrn . 6 Nautical term 6 Opening game of the 7 East (Fr.) 8 Ointment 9 Athena 10 ball 11 Gaelic 17 Outlawed one (Scot.) JOf'iiver 23 Deep ravine 26 Positive clcctrieaj terminal 27 Tickle 28 Angers 3.'1 Ungulate 38 Consisting ficslurcs 40 Vends 41 Burdened 29 Flat-topped hill 42 Southern 31 Danish seaport constellation 43 Close 44 Remove 46 Emperor of Rome 47 Always 48 Low haunt* 50 Greek letter KNTUU-1USE ASSN TIMi I HftTE TO POINT OUT THAT VOU'VE KEACHEP V0UR DOTAGE.,. AND CAN'T REMEMBER OH. 1 SfH, SEAN.., HAVEN'T WE MET BEFORE SOMEPIACE? fflEN MOW THE 9K1H HILL DO VOU RECALL W FACE AMON& THOSB TRAIM ROBBERS? WELL. $OMETIME5 MVMINPI5A* BRILLIANT A& EVER1 ANPTHIS wee HE'S RECALLEP IN VEAR&l PONT WKB THAr FROM HIM' OHi MV 50UL1 WHV PIP I EVER COME BACK TO RENEW OLP TIES W THIS NEST OF PSVCHOSl THE BORN LOSER By Ait THE RfcfcWEMT ANP ALLEY OOI ..NOWGETOUTA^ MV HAMMCXX.'A VOUR HAMMOCK WHASSA IDEA. OOMIN 1 I YOU'RE • UP HERE AN 1 KCKIN' / MAXIM 1 ME IN TH' MIDDLE </TDO MUCH OFTH'NIGHTPP f( RACKET... THATS WHAT I SWP.' GET OUT AN 1 BE QUICK. ABOUT IT, Y'HBXR? 5-IB W HU. W.T.U t_. Ul. fM. OH OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoop!* NO--ALL I WAWT IS, THI6 HAM SANDWICH.' CHILI AMD HIGHLY SEASONED THIM6S LIKE THAT PON'T AGREE WITH ME.' HA.' THERE'S A 5IC>M OF WEAKNESS IM A GUY WHEN HE STARTS LE.TTIN' HIS STOMACH DICTATE TO HIM WHAT HE CAWAWD CAN'T EAT/ WELL, WHAT ABOUT TH' <3Liy WHOSE STOMACH KEEPS CLAMORIW FOR FOOD ALL THE TIME, BUT WHOSE HEAD IS TOO. WEAK TO SAY "NO" TO IT OWCE IMA WHILE? I SAW WE HOLE) THAT'4 M . AD& J M WA c l v 3U6T SOy<a, 6E FAIR/ PAW ALWAYS SAID HE'D THRASH ME- 600D IF HE EVER. CAUOIAT ME PICKIM' Olsl AST/- ORDINARILY I MAKE A DATE WlTR A UEAD6HRINKER VVREM I CATCH MV- 6£LF ASREEINi ROCKY! BUT THIS TIMS M6 fOOtf FOR T/HOLIOHT

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