Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 22, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, May 22, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Sunday. May 23 "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES 'Mar. 21-Apr. in>: Analyze emotional curr e n t s . Welcome chance for seclusion, rest. Ideas abound . . . but may require added effort. Appreciate home surroundings. Be a goo:l LISTENER. TAURUS i Apr. M-IUay 20 >. Need for diplomacy now is obvious, especially in dealing with friends. Lace opinions with iien- crous portion of tact. Then you avoid arguments. GEMINI i May 21-June 20>: Man}' bright, opportunities due to materialize. Show you are not afraid of responsibility. Be analytical. Make suggestions D i splay confidence, knowledge. CANCER (June 21-July 22i: Be receptive. Older person may have right answer. Don't 1 e t false pride hamper you. Your fine sense of loyalty is rep a i d Attend church of choice. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Friends v.-ho request money may only be '•(a-Amg." No time to mix business with social activity. A' oic! those who complain.; argue. Investigate alternate meUiGcLs. i VIRGO (Any. 23-Sept. 22>: ! Overcome tendency to be critical. Key is awareness. Time to fulfill obligations. Get rout i n f affairs out of the way early. Then relax with family and: friends. ; LIBRA i Sept. 23-Oct. 221: : Your intuition now rings.bell of wisdom. Gain indicated if you arc perceptive. Take notes. Add to knowledge. Catch up on read-: ing. . : SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Pursue educational proj e c t s .'• Young person may offer extravagant plan. Be charming, but, use discretion. Quiet meditation proves constructive. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e C. j 21): Some projects may be out-| moded ... so make necessary j changes. Excellent time for in-j telligent discussion with o n '• ; close to you. Be alert, receptive and FAIR. ; CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J a n. i 19): Be hospitable to family, members. Don't become hi-! volved in disputes. One who ap-i pears hostile is merely uncer-' tain. Understand this and act ! accordingly. j AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18):! In discussions about money . . ,| explain position clearly. No j time for extravagance. Be tactful and frank. Special attention I to children now important. ! PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Cycle high. Accent PERSONALITY. Stress independence of, thought, action. Maintain sense i of balance. Be gracious to I 866-H BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 22 962 4KQJ10732 *74 EAST 4J974 V None $98654 * 10632 (D) WEST 4k A Q 105 VK * A 4> AKQ J 98 5 SOUTH 4k 83 2 V AQJ 10 987543 • None 4> None Bol.h vulnerable Sooth Wcsl North East 5 * S • Pass 6 4> Pass Pass Dblc Pass Pass ft* 6* Pass Opening lead -» A , ing lead of the ace of dia- | monds whereupon Babe made all the tricks instead of a mere dozen. Q—The bidding has been: South West North Eart J * Pass 1 « Pass t * Pass 2 V Pass 2 N.T. Pass 4 * Pass •> You, South, hold: AKQJ2 VA104 «32+A«54 What do you do? A—Bid again. Yonr hand ia minimum but your spades are good and your partner has gone out of his way to show you that he is short in clubs. If you want to take control, bid Blackwood. If you want to be super scientific, bid five hearts. U yon want to keep things simple, bid either five or six spades depending on your optimism. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of responding one diamond your partner responds one heart to your club opening. What do you do now? Answer Monday DAINTY BUT DURABLE! — Durable kitchen towels can be made to look so dainty when treated to a bit of embroidery! These lovely bluebird motifs are quick and easy to work in cross- stitch. Pattern No. 5866-H has hot- iron transfer for 7 designs; color chart. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Iromvood 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! those who serve you. No day for demanding. •ft ft & IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY . . .you are active, alert, and would make an excell e n t writer, reporter. You expl o r e, question and decide. Once decision is made—you carry project through to completion. ft 6 6 GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for PISCES, ARIES. Special word to SAGITTARIUS: Don't be stubborn . . . you gain only through charm and pa- tienc. Tech Is Granted Loan WASHINGTON (AP) — The Community Facilities Administration Thursday granted a $640,000 loan to Michigan Tech to help finance a 215-student dormitory. By JACOBY & SON Like many other memb e r s of' his profession Orin E. iBaboi Hollingbery, retired Washingt o n State football coach, is an avid 1 bridge player. When he picked up that 10;card heart suit he considered, a razzle-dazzle pass play to be| ] followed by bidding his suit; i later on but settled on a straight.! i power play through the line and i i bid four hearts. West looked over his tremendous hand and decided to counter Babe's power play with a little power of his own and bid five clubs. North wasn't going to stay out of the auction with seven good diamonds and the king of spades and bid his suit at the! five level. j East looked at his collect i o n of deuces and must have felt like a coach whose 13 best players had suddenly been declared ineligible. He liked diamonds all right but had no defense against hearts so East passed as he should. Babe went back to hearts. He was going to stand by that 10- card suit. West went on to six clubs and North made a brilliant pass. It was brilliant indeed bee a u s e West would have wrapped up his club contract. Of course, if North had doubled, the chances are that Babe would still have bid six hearts, but when North failed to double Babe bid six hearts on the theory that he could not lose much at the worst and might even make his contract if things went particularly well. Things went even bett e r There was no way for West to! beat the six heart contract but he chose the unfortunate open- Quick Quiz Q—When will be the next year in which Easter will fall on the same day for all Christians? A—On April 10, 1966. Q—Who was the first U.S. president to regularly wear trousers instead of knee breeches? A—James Madison. Q—Who was the first Negro governor appointed by a U.S. president? A—William Henry Hastie appointed by President Harry Truman in 1946 as governor of the Virgin Islands. Q—What is the meaning of the name Cordelia? A—Cordelia is a Latin name meaning "warm-hearted." BEN CASEY •9 IfMl ELAINE HAS WORKED HERSELF UP CLOSE TO A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN ON VOO« ACCOUNT. MOIVe GONE AS FAR AS I CAN WITH Alt THE WAY THISTWE,MARK ICAUTHESHOTS FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill LIVCRMORE JUST ;THAT MUSIC'/ PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vfl Dionne Quintuplet Has Left Convent MONTREAL (AP)— One of the four surviving Dionne quintuplets, Yvonne, is living temporarily with a married sister, Annette, after leaving a convent at Moncton, N.B. Germain Allard, Annette's husband, said Wednesday Yvonne had been at the convent for 21/2 years but did not take her final vows. He said she was to have taken them next year. BUGS BUNNY ITS OMLYAGPAVy AN' CATSUP SPOT, ELMER I WEFUSE TO BE SERVED ON THIS DIRTY TABLECLOTH! ' NEVERTHELESS/\ I DON'T WANT TO EAT W/TH THAT MESS WIGHT UNDER MY NOSE' ALL TH' REST O MY TABLECLOTHS IS AT TH' LAUNDRY.' CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner It's easy to tell that you're a newlywccl. Mrs. Perkins. All I ijiuli has to be i^nnkcrl!" UwL stall has to be cooked! GM Official Heads Safety Conference LANSING (AP>—Kennetu s. Hedges, safety director of General Motors Corp., was elected Thursday as president of the 1966 Michigan Safety Conference. FOR THE FUMD? WELL, I HAD A LITTLE. LUCK AT POK— ,. POKING ^ THROUGH SOME J OLD PANTS MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavi 6TRAN0£~ I WASN'T BYPECmG COMPANY fi» DINNER TON10W; SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "My fault entirely! Esther warned me you folks would be here on time!" Variety Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Fcmininu appellation 6 Henry Jxxigc 11 Got up. \'i Eaten away II! Iowa and Ohio U Dress 16 White metal 17 Troops (ab.) 19 Always (contr.) 20 Burden 22 Sheltered side 23 Crafts 24 Confirms 26 Inflow 27 Through 28 Bitter vetch 29 Dance step 30 ticmis of meadow grasses 31 Ught racing boat 34 Cold seasons .'18 I'naspiralcd. 39 Houlctte bet 40 Bacchanal's cry 41 Table scrap 42 Rustic 43 Hail! 44 laborer 47 Transferred by legal instrument 50 Goddess of peace 51 Senior 52 Goddess of vegetation 53 Winter vehicles DOWN 1 Silky fabrics 2 Major planet 3 Drunkard 4 1'eer ttviil'* mother 5 ('tiddlers 7 Wile B Insect larva 51 Willows 10 (founded 13 Greek portico 15 Formerly J8 l-p.Ral point 21 Flexible 23 Handled 25 (Icmiine 26 Press 28 Separate incidents 31 Aperture 32 Daring 33 Complete 34 Soft mass 35 Eluded \PTAIN EASY By Leslie Tuner I WAS TOIP W.CONFIDENCE. AD A AND HOW SENSITIVE HE 15 ABOUT MENTAU I IT. RUT ZACHARV THOUGHT \f- PROM.eM?\ IP WIN HE'P CONFIDE- THAT VIPERi GLAD TO r EASY'. GET ME OUT OP ^ TIMOTHY SEE VDU'RE ( THIS MADHOUSE 1 . ALL INEEDITKOON HA5 ENJOVINa VIS AN ALIBI FOR AU6.9,19631/IDENTIFIEPJ.E VOURSBLF, N-TB,*^-—^S- T AS ONE OF THE TBMNROB8ER& LETS S« ,,we IMORETHEKAPM/ WERE IN FLORIPft J TO STRAIGHT^) AT THAT TIMEiy OUT VOUR MENTAL PROBLEM. J.P.I THE BORN LOSER By Art ewe— CHEAT ME, KAT ME, POM'T : THROW MB IMTO THAT BRIAR PATCH! ALLEY OOP 36 Wanderers 37 Original 39 Exposes 451irythonic sea god 46 Compass ix>int 48 Measure of cloth 49 City in the Netherlands NtWSI'ATUl ASSN. 'M 'SPE6IALLV FeAREP O 1 BRIAR PATCHES! E?AT ME IKfSTgAP, BUT WO BRIAR BUT HONEST, OOP, I NEVER PIP HEAR GLJZ SAY HE'D filVE YOU BACK THAT HAMMOCK.' WELL, OOP, NOW'S WE GOT THAT SETTLEP, LE'S ALL QUIET DOWN AN' GO T'SLEEP WELL.WHKT P'VOU SAY? NUTHIN! FOR TALKIN' IS PAST... l.NOW tT'S TIME FOR A LITTLE ACTION! OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams YEH, JUMIPCR SPRINGS' DONT KNOW WHY THEY HAFF TO KEEP A MAN CAMPED UP IN THAT LONELY HOLE. AKl'TROUT, AN' 1 A RIFLE,A RADIO, AN'FEATHER BEP —THET FELLER SOUNDS LIKE HE'D LIKE TO GIT AWAY FROM IT ALL/ THAT'S A DISEASE --HE CAME HERE FROM A BIG crry TO GET AWAV FEOW IT ALL, AND NOW THAT THERE'S NOTHING THERE, HE WANTS TO GET AWAY FRONA IT A AGAIN* WITH NOTHIN'TO KEEP A GUV COM- FWNY BUT DEER, ELK., WILD TURKEY AN'QUAIL' OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople OH.OH.' LE66AR& TWISTED WORSE •I THAN A HER6'6 THE STANCE; THAT MADE MS NtfeKCOLLEeiATE 8OXIM6 CHAMP AT VALE, ROCKY/ NOTE AW PER FECT

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