TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN FRIDAY, MAY 27, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Saturday, May 22 "Tlie wise man controls his destiny. . .Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21- Apr. 19i: Key is reasonable' attitude. Don't po to extremes. Be calm, but aware of hidden meanings at social affair. Promises made by you could be called to your attention. TAURUS (Apr. 20- May 20>: Your chance for success 1 depends on VERSATILITY. One in authority is observant. Be sociable. . .but make clear your knowledge of the FACTS. Obtain hint from today's ARIES message. GEMINI (May 21- June 20): Best to stick close to h o m c ground, remain in famil i a r areas. Association with strangers could result in unusual situation tonight. Bui your SENSE OP HUMOR can resolve problems. CANCER (June 21- July 22); Probe deep. Nu time to be satisfied with superficial answers, indications. Step forward with confidence. Investigate, ask — and get answers. Then your prestige rises. LEO (July 23-Aug. 221: Hold off on expenditures for now. There are past responsibilities which demand attention. Take one tiling at a time. Calm, businesslike attitude prevails. Go slow! VIRGO (Aug. 23- Sept. 221: Key is BALANCE. Have fun but also attend to routine matters. Temptation is to throw caution to winds. Wise course is to be THOR O U G H, CAREFUL. Patience now. . .profit later. LIBRA (Sept. 23- Oct. 22): Tendency is to be restless. Be alert to opoortunity, new ideas, i Some privacy required. Get thoughts on paper early. Avoid individual who attempts to promote bizarre scheme. SCORPIO (Oct. 23- Nov. 21): Suggestions prove of value. Enlarge, improvise—add your own personal touch. Day to experiment. . .but be aware, alert. One you respect due to offer deserved compliment. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. 21): Key is relaxation. Have fun with friends tonight. If too serious you frighten "prospects." Means be natural and calm. . .then others come to you. Don't attempt to force views. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 39): Don't "beat around the bush." Say what you mean — mean what you say. Check details, attend to routine matters ; in person. One who advocates short-cut may not know facts. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 18): Cycle remains high. But some ONE SIZE (12-14.16) 2803-H BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 21 AAJ854 *K4 • AQ872 *Q WBST (D) EAST AQ107 4 K 9 6 3 V.I 7 V1062 4K96 • J4 4AKJ93 410542 SOUTH 42 VAQ9853 • 1053 4876 • Both vulnerable Weal North East South 1* 1* Pass 2* Pass 4 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 K He would not be able to bid two hearts with the South hand and would have to let his partner struggle with one spade. Q—The bidding has been: South West North East I A Piiss 1 • Pass 1 4 Pass 2 V Pass •> You, South, hold: 4KQJ2 VA 104 *32 4.A654 What do you do? A—Bid two no-trump. Your partner has given a forcing bid and your hand is now ideal for a minimum no-tramp call. TODAY'S QUESTION ' You bid two no-trump and partner jumps to four spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz FASHION FORECAST!—Gingham can be so gay and cool look-, ing, especially when trimmed I with a lovely pansy in easy i cross-stitch! j Pattern No. 2803-H has tissue- j sizes 12. 14, 16 inclusive; graph! for embroidery: full directions. ! To order, send 35c in coins to: 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 i Spring-Summer album! Regular features: custom collection; • items to crochet, knit, stitch! i — recent purchases may have dented budget. Don't argue with mate or associate. Money af- . fairs due to be straightened out. Have faith! PISCES (Feb. 19- Mar. 20): Be DIPLOMATIC. Avoid direct or forcefull methods. Get where you're going through INDIRECT approach. Family member can help. Show appreciation. •fi i? ft IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY. . .you have distinct, original ideas. You are willing to tear down the old in order to rebuild. You are an individu a 1 in the true sense of the word! ft ti <r GEN E R A L TENDENCIES: Old friendship could end. . .important enough to make news, j By JACOBY & SON North's one spade overcall is eminently correct in accordance with our theories and all modern bidders. You just do not double with a two suiter. South's two heart bid is also in full accord with modern theory. When your partner overcalls you raise him if possible. You jump or cue bid when you have a good hand and you bid new suit when you want^o suggest that your suit is likely to be a better place for the final contract than your partner's suit. North is able to jump to four hearts in spite of having only two trumps. He does not think that his partner has much of a hand but he knows that he has a good heart suit. The play at hearts is rather interesting. If West opens and continues clubs South ruffs the second club in dummy, dra w s trumps as best he can and loses another club and a diamond to make his contract on the nose. If West shifts to a trump at trick two South can't afford to draw trumps immediately. Instead he leads a low diamond from dummy at trick three. Later he will draw trumps, finesse against West's king of diamonds and make an overtrick. This hand illustrates the one part of Edgar Kaplan's "Competitive Bidding in Mode r m Bridge" that we and practically all other experts disagree with him about. For years he has held a theory that the new suit response to an overcall- should be a forcing bid. He is almost alone in this respect and this hand illustra t e s the great weakness of t h i s idea. Q—Which is the oldest fruit crop in Florida? j A—The avocado introduced by ' the Spanish. i Q—What happened to the log 1 cabin Abraham Lincoln was iborn in? ; A—The original farm of Thomas Lincoln, 3 miles from Hodgenville, Ky., is now the Abraham Lincoln National Park. A Greek memorial encloses the log cabin reputedly Lincoln's birthplace. Q—When was an attempt made to assassinate President- elect Franklin D. Roosevelt? A—In February, 1933, at Miami, Florida. The bullet killed Mayor Anton Cermak of Chicago. Sidnow Personals Mrs. Evelyn Longrie visited her daughter, Mrs. Helen Jones, in Hancock Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bennett of Kenton visited relatives here Sunday night. Geraldn Niemi of Camp McCoy is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waino Niemi. Kaye Bowers, student at Michigan Tech, Houghton, spent the weekend here with his moth e r Mrs. Jesse Bowers Sr., and his brother, Bruce. Robert Bennett and Mrs. Clifford Williams are patie n t s in the Baraga County Memorial Hospital, L'Anse. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Thompson and family, Mrs. Earl Crawford, Mrs. Nora Fesnick and Robert Bennett were L'A n s e callers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Beck and | family, Ontonagon, visited h i sj parents, Mr. and Mrs. W al t e r Beck, Saturday. BEN CASE* A LITTLE OFMT.M ...ACftSBA. ElAINES NERVOUS SVSTEM SEEMS TO OPERATE ON A SHORT FUSE. NOW WHAT MAPE ELAINE BLOW HER TOP? ANY NUMBER OF THlt^GS.MARK. IMS Vr NEA. he. T.M.-Itf. UiO*. OTA THE REAL. PROBLEM. ISN'T IT ABOUT TIME YOU QUIT PLAYING A BEATNIK HAlAlET AND FACED REALITX? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By McfriD ITWASLEPT OVER FROM BROUGHT YOUR. ] WE HAO OWM POPOORNTO J A LOT OF ' Trie MOVIE? ^/JTAT HOME/ PKISCILLA'S POP By Al Vc X MEAN IT/,' VVOULD MAKE A SWELL HORSE DOCTOR! ^s MORTY MEEKLE By Dick T G4NT6TANDSCU/ IN Fao/i LOATHE YOU// CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox At L'Anse au Meadow, Newfoundland, Norwegian archeologist Anne Stine Ingstad uncovered the first Viking household object ever found in America. BUGS BUNNY BLASTED. MOTHS. 1 I CAN'T KEEP MY MIND ON WHAT I'AA BE ADI W ' LIGHT IS WHAT'S ATTRACTIN' CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner Well, you said to be nice to him und 1 couldn't, think of '"" nicer than to-tell bi/n what he was getting imoi" "I can't promise you the job, but our computer Is favorably impressed!" 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