Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 16, 1965 · Page 24
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 24

Publication:
Location:
Ironwood, Michigan
Issue Date:
Friday, July 16, 1965
Page:
Page 24
Start Free Trial
Cancel

TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JULY 16, 1965. L Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Saturday. July 17 "Tlie wist man controls his destiny. . . Astrology points the way." ARIES iMar. 21-Apr. 191: Goo-J time for group, oliib activity. Patienc? a pih'iar; le quirement Expiess \ CL.rsrif in manner that epcn<iu.s/r- > ; new friends. You can Ticc! interesting people throug-i ocisona! interests. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 20): Prestige due to rise. Show you can be cooperative Overcome tendency to be obstinate. Money affair will work out in your favor. Know this . . and avoid unnecessary worry GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Gain indicated if vou are willing to tackle correspondence, details. Obtain hint from Taurus message. Highlignt humor, versatility. Stress relaxation, entertainment tonight. CANCER (June ?l-July 22): Vacation trip favored Be sure of directions, reservations. Keep 1 ; communication lines open. Let: THE AFGHAN STITCH!- The one important to you know of (Afghan crochet hook is usru to plans. Common sense your great-! rn a k e this colorfully si;:ped est ally! ' i sweater for yongsters! Use red., LEO (July 23-Aug 22): Thei white and blue, or three of 'heir favorite colors! 1 Pattern No 5144-N has crochet' BRIDGE BY JACOBY Q_Thc bidding has been: Easl South West Nor(h 1 • Dblc. Pass 2 4k Pass ? You, South, hold: CROCHET SIZES 4-6-8 5144-N <§ NORTH 482 ¥ A J6 • 97654 + J72 16 WEST (D) 41064 VKQ8 EAST 4Q ¥109532 + AQ853 *K1064 SOUTH A AKJ9753 V74 * AK8 *9 North and South vulnerable West North East South 1 + Pass IV 1 A Pass Pass 2 •& 24 3 *_ Pass Pass 3 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—¥ K. What do you do? A — Bid four spades. Yon have a sound double and excellent spade support. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to five clubs. What do you do Answer Tomorrow BEN CASE! Ay Neal Adam* ERPICT IS HOT WHA1 I EXPECTED, BEN I CLEARED UP AS MUCH AS I COULP. YOU WOULDN'T , HAVE SURVWEP MORE w EXTENSIVE SURGERY. \, 1*5 >« hi*, he. m «•«. as. r.t. OH. Quick Quiz Q—What is the meaning of the name Hagar? A—Hagar is a Hebrew name meaning "forsaken." Q—What is the name ot the fish that can "walk" and "siiig"? A—The common sea ruoins are sometimes reported to have been seen walking on the sea bottom. They do not have teet, but there are ravs on the FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosscr <SOSM..TWAT LITTLE AWOLWT COULD EVAPORATE FROM more you follow your intuition now . . . the better Don't be fooled by outward appearances, directions "for "sizes 4," 6." and "a Check, probe, ask questi o n s .! inclusive. Read and write. Then you have' feeling of self-satirfaction. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22: Be aware of impression you make on people. Means take extra care in statements, actions. By JACOBY & SON It isn't often that one bridge —— —-• — hand leaves all four players up- these the fish examine the ocean set but this one did. South man- floor. aged to make all the tricks at Q _ W hat is a major ellgloility i the three spade contract and requirement for the preside"'! ofi wanted to know why North Argentina? j wouldn't raise him after he bid A—The president and vice three rimes. North wanted to president must be Roman Cath- know why South couldn't have j olic and Argentine by birth pulled himself together and bid t PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vennecr Avoid actions based on impulse. Think! LIBRA (Sept. ?3-Oct Time when you can show off ability to be perceptive. Means look beyond surface values. Display sense of humor. One close to you may require encouragement. Give it! SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 21): Favorable lunar aspect accents romantic interests Your personal-magnetism rating high. You could sell yourself and product. Be enthusiastic. Excude confidence. Accept changes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Day when projects should be completed. Attend to matters close to home base. Be sympathetic toward one who confides problem. Thorough app roach 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! 22) :', address with zip code, style .No. j game by himself. East wanted to know what his partner was opening the bidding with and West v;r nted to know why his partner had discarded a d i a -! mond and chucked three tricks | trying . to set a f i ag p 0le . sittin g The bidding was a trifle unus-, record, has been a fire-spotter !3 1 llllf fVt» >*/3 i C- f» ' f c**-irtV»/\ iv\ n v% n t Flagpole-Sitter Also Becomes Fire-Spotter NEWPORT, Ore. <APt — Doug Jones, a tavern owner and size. Send 50c now for your new '65 Spring-Summer Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! ual but there isn't scope in one bridge article to discuss anything except the fact that North bid. perfectly. When it comes to h3VG t0 svm P atllize press issues. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): You now appear to have knack for getting right answers. You are dynamic, convincing. Know this—act accordingly Dramatize i appearance. Be confident. Display special abilities. O <r 6 If today is your birthday . . . you have special talent for finance, investing. Not unlik e 1 y with West. also. Jones, who has a phone installed on his 60-foot perch, was the first to call firemen when a : 32-foot charter fishing boati MORTY MEEKLE caught n r e while refueling. The ONE MORE PEEP, AND I'LL ; UP THERE.' SOMETIMES T MISS THE <3OOD 7: IT USED TO TAKE A \\\W LULLABY To PUT THEM TO SLEEP?.. NOW \T TAKES THREATS He opened the king of hearts, i day before, Jones reported a Dummy's ace won the trick, brush fire on a nearby hillside. and South started on his spades.! — East dropped a heart on the second spade and a club on the thirc 1 spade. On the fourth spade lead West threw away the eight of clubs and East let go Governor's House in Trouble With Law his deuce of diamonds. Of course, he had an excuse. He said that his partner had never ed to EAST LANSING (AP) — The governor's house was in brief trouble with the law this week. * ' could pay unusual dividends, that you can be a captain of CAPRICORN (Dec 22-J a n. industry. 19): Much activity of a social « * nature highlighted Fine for en-i General tendencies. Cycle tertaining. . .bein?? entertained, i high for Pisces, Aries Taurus i Be friendly toward associ a t e s, i Special word to Scorpio: Deal-! relatives. Gain indicated through j ings with member of oppos i t e! wirtten word. sex are emphasized j AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):! ; Collect facts. Utilize experience,' The Andes Mountain system knowledge. Day fo listen and stretches more than 4,500 miles' observe. Remain neutral in any: from the warm shores of the : family dispute. Money affairs Caribbean to the chilled south-, due to be settled. No time to ern tip of South America. have thrown away a second club. East replied that his partner had not rebid clubs until after he was raised. The East wanted to know why West hadn't dis- By Dick Cavalli East Lansing has summer sprinkling restrictions in effect. A source close to Gov. George! Romney said the governor probably was not aware of them. carded the eight of hearts. At this point West rushed out! Rising out of the dense iun- 1 of the room. I can't blame him. • gles 150 miles northwest of East's arguments were so illogi- Phnom Penh, the capital o f cal that there was no point an-; Cambodia, are the ruins of the swenng them. I ancient Khmer capital, Angkor. SIDE GLANCES—By GilTFox" CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner BUGS BUNNY STEP RIGHT IN, DOC, YEP NEXT! CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner . "That Jimmy Thompson's idea of a Dutch treat is for me to ,,* pay my half and loan him the other half I" 7-lb • IMS k, NU. W. T.M. I*. OJ. >« "NICKY 1' Oranges Previous Puzzl* ACROSS 1 Orange —• 4 and yellow 7 Orange • tea 12 Direct proceedings 6 Covet 7 Communion plate ft Ireland 9 London borough 10 Grain 11 Sigmoid curve 14 flat surfaces 13 Lateral part 15 Type of volcanic 18 Stringed rock (pi) instrument rEhibfiJii'? 19Models i f innaoiiants OQ feminine 19 English writer - appe |i a , ion ;wc 'S ht :>l Administration , 29(iiiTs name 31 Follower part wn h,in n n=m- 3"Macline?v bracket 34 Beer faucet 35 Click-beetle 36 Italian coins 37 Soup vegetable (var.) 39 Egg (comb. form) 40 Japanese coin 41 Duet (music) 42 Units 43 Lamentation 47Mimiekers 49 "Orange Blossom State" 53 Orange tincture ihcr.l 54 Aged 55 Eat (comb. form I 56 Cereal grass 57 Mariner's direction DOWN 1 Choose it Masculine appellation 3 Law (Latin) 4 Ceremony 5 Paradise 27 Historical stage 44 Stream .n ^8 Gaseous France material ivar.i 45 Badly 46 Protuberance 47 Consumed 48 Footlike part 50 Choler 51 Library Science degree lab.) 52 Affirmative vote NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. MY SOUL 1 . I CAN SEE- T TELL StJU WOT I 1 1 THIS MUCH Of- YOUR, ) DO, MAC....GIMMB FACE,,,INPI5TIK)CTl_V J FIVB GRAND FOP YOUR EYE LOOKS GOOP, BUT USE IT THEM I \SPARINGLy! THESE 6LACK GO \ HAVE- PIN HOLES. IN THE CENTER. SO you CAKJ $tB TO GET AKOUWP1 ANP LBAVB ' OFFTHI& / ^flfe, V PATCH? / *s*^3«8l / THEV'KE EITHEP PKICE-N HEV, I KWOW WHO LES5...0K WORTHIER] ) you CAW TRi/sr TO I CAN'T BUV 'EW SIGHT J JUPGE 'EMi 5IWCE UNSEEN 1 _-*T HE CAN'T AFFORD TO BUY-EM HIMSELF: MARMADUKE KOOMTZ! . FOR M£ COLLECTION, I'LL THROW IM A SEEIN' EVE POSi THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom WHAT is CHARLIE CAU WE KNCCK PRACTICE FOR. A WHILE? ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlic HECK OF A WW FOR A /A LITTLE OFF- CAVEMAN TO V BEAT, ALL RIGHT, PASS TH' TIME,\ BUT J LIKE [T YEAH...ONLY i DON'T THINK. ) THINK MUCH OF THIS / YOU GUYS LYRICS yCAN PO TER WELL, I'M SURE J » GONNA GIVE ITATRY OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople yE GODS/ HOW \ CAN YOU GET SO PIRTV THAT you A SHINE ? LOOK / ATME--I PO \ TM'SAME KINP I OF- WORK AN' I LOOK AT ME'/ YOU DON'T WORK.' EVERY TIME YOU £>TOP TO WIPE YOUR HANDS I MAKE TH' COMPANY TWO DOLLARS ONE FOR ME AN' ONE FOR YOU/ THE OLD, OLP ARGUMENT— LIKE GITTIN' YOUR PICTURE TOOK WID A HOMELY.' Vt)U GOT TO HAVE ONE TO AAAKE THE OTHER.' . tlOESN'T WAMT.^UTP 3£T -.f 1 S < ?" ED; '^ t£ l D ' &NT ' S '" 00 NSCi< UrsiTIL VOO'RE A FCOT 10NSEK.' 3U5T LOOK AT THIS PAW RlN& ON MY HSAU! MOW tut HAMETO WASH HAIR W\TH KEROSENE -«- AND t'w'j DUE AT MR€.HACKLEWeM'6 FOR ISA IN CSUST TVvO HOUK6/ i READ THAT. KEROSENE -1$ THE IDEAL CONDI- /' TIONEK FOR WMEM VllTH EN FOLLOWED WITH SOFT

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free