Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 25, 1965 · Page 12
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, May 25, 1965
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TWELVE 1RONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. 1RONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Otnorr Wednesday. May 26 "Ttie wise man controls liis destiny . . . Astrology points the •vay." ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19': Cy- 3le high. But deals involving "noney may need extra thought. Rely upon your judgment. Others may not have all facts. Be /our own advisor! TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20>: i'ou get what you need if unafraid of new areas. Stand tall . . don't fret over minor mat,- •ers. New ideas may meet op- oosition from the unimaginative. GEMINI (May 2!-J;uie 20>• Preser.i. plans to associates; 1 . Get suggestions. Express willingness ;o take a chance. Be a pioneer. 3et reports completed. O'ot a I n nint, from today's Taurus message. CANCER .-.rune 2l-July 22>: Challenges indicated. Han ri 1 e Mi em wiui dignity. Starci tail. Adhere to principle.;. Share knowledge. Asiocr.'.it-s should be consulted ir. key move. LEO (July L'S-Aus. 2:! i- Good .UMHT aspect hignliGhrs cutalish- ins. advertising, the arts. Keep! CUTE SKT FOR TOTS — A lormnunication lines open. Time dainty yolked sundress or .iump- '.o express ideas to one you re- PT for girls of one to five years, spect. Major progress indicated ; And as a companion for the VIRGO (Aug 23-Sept. 221: Be- ; jumper, a tiny puffed sleeve wildering situation possi b 1 e i blouse. which may involve promises. Ob-' No. 8248 with PATT-O-RAMA is tain valid hint from today's , in sizes 1, 2. 3, 4. 5 years. Size 2, BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH AQ7 ¥642 * Q .1 3 * AKQ.T2 25 WEST 4k A9 V K J 9 7 • 9 6 5 4 4 8 5 3 EAST 4k J 108 ¥ A 8 5 3 • 10872 + 76 SOUTH (D) 4kK654 32 VQ10 • AK + 1094 North and South vulnerable Sooth West North East 1 * Pass 2 + Pass 2 4k Pass 3 4 Pass 4 4k Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—¥ 7. Aries message. Be aware of facts. . .take nothing for granted. jumper. !•"?» yards of 35-inch; blouse. 7 s yard. To order, send 50c in coins to: Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago. 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name, LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct, 221: Time to guard against misunderstandings. Be vita!. dynamic, alert. Ask questions. Present views and a good image. Be specific . . . not vague. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 211: Concentrate on basic tasks.! address with zip code, style No. Situation may not be what it |and size. appears on surface. Don't be | Exciting. Inspiring, informa- lured from major goal. Contact itive—the Spring & Summer '65 indicated with one who worked \ issue of our pattern book Basic with you in past. Fashion. Just 50c. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e c . 21): Favorable lunar aspect promises romantic interlude. Be warm, understanding. Your ere- if today is your birthday . . ative resources are now at peak. | you have determination neces- Display your abilities and oth-jsary for big success and would srs are impressed. make excellent manager or su- CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J a n j pervisor. 19): Time to give priority to j a a a domestic affairs, including budg- General tendencies: Cycle high et and home improvement. Avoid for Aries, Taurus, Gemini. Spe- timistic! extravagance. Keep promise made to associates and t h o se who serve you. cial word to Pisces: Good time to finish important work previously planned. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Avoid tendency to scatter fore-1 STILL SPEAK AZTEC es. Finish current tasks. Correspondence from one far away is indicated. Study potential. Weigh offers and then decide. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Time to take initiative in buying, selling. Check values and needs. Today, more than 400 years after the Spaniards conquered the Aztecs of Mexico, many Indians living in that country will speak the Aztec language The words chocolate, avocado coyote, ocelet and tomato You could get something that were Aztec and have come in- proves really important. Be op- to the English language. BUGS BUNNY I'M TIRED OF HI/A LOAFING AWOUND MERE' IT'S STARTING TO WAINi NOvV BUGS WILL LEAVE MV HAMMOCK! CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "I don't know about travel being broadening, but you can tell ,1 jour club members for me that it sure is flattenint:!" JACOBY & SON Most of the time when you lose a finesse, you break even because you would have been sure to lose the trick later. Occasional: ly it turns out that the card you | finessed against is unguarded in i back so that refusal to fin e s s e ; would have actually gained a ' trick for you. ; Today's hand illustrates a play ithat goes by the name of the | obligatory finesse. It is giv e n | that name because it is a finesse ; that can't possibly cost you a ; trick. i South's four-spade contract is not one of those gilt-edge ones that you can take down to your bank and borrow money on. In fact, it is doubtful that even a cockeyed optimist would consider it a good investment, but the contract is not hopeless. East wins the first trick with the ace of hearts and returns the suit. South's queen falls to West's king. West leads his jack and South ruffs. Now South leads a low trump toward dummy. West will play low and dummy's queen will win the trick. Then South will lead back dummy's other spade and here is the spot for the obligatory finesse. South must play a low spade on East's jack or ten, depending on which one he has elected to play. This is a peculiar sort of finesse since South is actual 1 y playing a card that can't possibly win the trick, but this time it does the work of a king. West has to play his ace in any event and the obligatory finesse has worked. Of course, it might go wrong. East, for some peculiar reason known only to himself, might have chosen to hold upi his ace and not use it when the queen was played from dummy. He might make that play but of late years we have not found many East players of that type. Q — The bidding has been: South West North East 1 * Pass 1 V Pass 1 4 Pass 2 + Pass •> You, South, hold: AKQ.f 2 VA102 •32+A654 What do you do? A — Bid two hearts. Yon have support for hearts and fourteen high-card points. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to threo hearts. What do you do now? Atoswer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Q—Who is the only cabinet officer required by law to be re- nominated at the beginning of a new presidential term? A—The Postmaster General. The law specifies that the term of the Postmaster General shall be for the term of the president by whom he was nominated an one month thereafter. Q—Who was the only womai to ever win both the Pulitzer am Nobel prizes in literature? A—Mrs. Pearl Buck. Q—What were the names o the first women colonists in Am erica? A—Mistress Forrest and he maid Anne Burras who arrived in 1608. Timely Quotes In the absence of an emergen cy, excessive public debt invite: inflation. It is a sign of nationa weakness, not strength. —Sen. Harry Byrd, D-Va., on federal spending. The characteristic of being able to operate without human intervention makes the com puter appear to be able to think But remember that no compu ter ever made solves problem; on its own. —General Electric engineer Roj Johson. A Daily Thought Whoever knows what is right to do and fails to do it, for him it is sin.—James 4:17. Duty is the sublimest word in the language; you can never do more than your duty; you should never wish to do less.—Robert E. Lee. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox l« & 5-15 • nu h NU. he. TX. I H u.s. p«. e«. "Now, dear, don't try to be a one-man group discussion!" Animal Fair ^Answer to Previous Puzzle ISlHl ACROSS 1 Carnivorous mammal 4 Small rodents 8 Wild hog 12 Some 13 There are animals in oven r -14 Feminine appellation . 15 Far off (comb. form I 16 Beaklike process (hoi.) IR Caustic uned.) 20 Krccts 21 Koollikc part 22 Poisonous Javanese Irec 24 Pain 26 Egyptian goddess 27 Diminutive of Samuel 30 Having rooms 32 Mammals coating 34 Lymplioid tissue mass .'!5 Redactor DOWN 1 Fortune '2. Heavy blow 3 Percussion instrument 4 Female cqnines . r > Press 6 Aphrodite's Birdie imylh.) 7 Consume 8 Bundles of cotton it Spanish stew JO Chinese province 20 Kmpty car in railroading r _ 27 Ucvilish 11 Male sheep (pi.) 28 Aslir 17 KxpuilRcd J!) Opines 23 Whistles 24 Crafts 25 Stupid bird 2)1 Simple 31 Sea (lucks .'!;! Lawful 38 Spoiled 40 Human date 41 Drama division 42 Cease 4:! Operatic solo 44 Time gone by 46 Particle 47 Unfrequented 4H Icelandic saga 50 Masculine nickname . 3V \fiw haunts 39 Animal home in a zoo 40 'Fiddling" Roman emperor 41 Transgression 42 Taste sensation 45 Tangible 49 Transform 51 Food fish 52 Seine tributary 03 Famous britisU school 54 Conjunction 55 Light touches 50 Arlislic ornamentation |57 Meadow MKWttl'ATtK ASSN. ITS LIKE THIS. AFTER ETTHEROPBWnON THE PATIENT LIVES rWTW/IWOH THE SAME AS BEKKE. BUT, RESTRICTIONS ON Acnvrry. XJUR CSHEST X-RAYS INPICATE SOMETHIN6 SOSP\- SO, A WtCROSOOPfC EXAMINATION POR CANCER CEUSWia BE MADE. A LOBE OR PORTION OF THE LUM6 K REMOVEP. IN ENTIRE LUNG \S REMOVED. OPERATIVE RECOVER/ CAN BE EXPECTEP IM 95% OF LO&ECTOMIES; AMP IN 90% OF.PJJEIJMONEC1DMIES. J D5_ , ? •vs^r/'' >-JL ^ ^ / / /W IF IT/SLUMS CANCER, IT'S A IONS SHOT...70 TO (...AGAINST MY BEING CUREP. f FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS WELL, BRIMS OVER. AUD ILL HAVE A LOOK/ «AR. SIMMS.THE TRANSIWS- lOM ON M,Y CAR 6 MAKING STRANGE NOISES/ SIMMS' SERVICE ) IW If ME*, he. TM. «•». IIA M..M. PRISCILL.VS POP LET ME ^EE THE REPORT, T NUTCHELL! <- IT'S WERE. SOMEPLACE ti WHY DON'T >OU FILE STUFF INSTEAD PAWING AROUND -r LIKE THAT? LIKE TO MAVE EVERYTHING AT FINGERTIPS! SIR, QRUMBLV it MORTY MEEKLE By Dick CmvOH TAkE VOJG U0e& A WGEK TD CATCH OP wriH THe KE&TCF vowz. &ce WATCH TH6WZ INAHIC&-BI& CAPTAIN EASY ORRY WE HAP TO DBLAV VOU. &IK'. THE WITHES^ SO POSITIVE- IN VIEW OF YOUR POSITIOM.,,ANP FAULTV MEMORY...YOU WEg&N'T A PRIME SUSPECT! HERE'S YOUR PASSPORT. NONE OF THE FINGERPRINTS FOUNP AT7H6 FARM MATCHED VOURSi WERE MANY Of FINGERPRINTS-MAWC IVE «EEN ENOUGH OLP FKIENPS HEREi I'M SOIN& BACK TO U3NPOM OKAY... I'LL JOIN LATER. I'M CURIOUS AS 'TO WHY TKOOM WAS $0 POSITIUE,,,AND WH/ THAT SHEEPHERPER. SENT FOR HIM! CONVICTED TWELVE Of THE GANG! THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom \j IREMOVEPA T R ALLEY OO THIS JS REALLV A \OH, r GOT IT UP W TH* WONDERFUL THING...) 2OTH CENTURY, MONG WHERE'D IT _^/ WITH SOME PTHER OF r-riMEr rxtnufr ~^ y ...LIKE THIS THING HERE... ISN'T THAT NICE? [ NICE? MY STARS, I'VE HEARD A GAGGLE OF DINOSAURS MAKE A BETTER-SOUNDING RACKET THAN THAT CIVILIZATIONS GOODIES OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople COVERS LEAP W.AH.' WHY, I LEAPEP HI6H INTH'AIR WHEN I JUMPER AN' LOOK- IT WOULDN'T MUSS VOUR HAIR, LEAVE ALONE KILL VOU' THE ANSWER JUST STRUCK ME—THE . CREEK WAS IN FLOOP WHEN THEY LEAPEP ANPTHEY WERE PROWNEP, NOTCRUSHEP: NOBOPy EVER SND THEY WERE KILLED-IT'S JU5TCALLEP LOVERS LEAP—SO IN TH'SHEER JOY AN' BL1NPNESS OF LOVE THEY WAS LEAPING FROM CRAG TOCRA6-- BUT THERE WAS NO OTHERCRAG/ PUNCHV, TVS GOT A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR fOUTO GET 6ACK WTO 1H6 FIS VOU BELONG.' I'VE t>16CO^EKED A YOUN6 8OV POWERFUL ENOUGH TO PULL A PLOW UP A MOUNTAIN.' WHEN HE /MASTERS TUB SGEMTIRC SIDE opecx- INS HE'LL BeANOTHeK COHN L. 5ULLIVAN.' ViE'LLTAKfe SOU IN A5 A PARSER AND — EK, AU-^-PAY VOOOUT OP HIS EARNINGS AS CHAMPION/ " LEARN HOW I USED TO DUCK POMCHES/ MUST BE A 3ETTeR PZJNCHY= THE PROBLEM SETTLERS •a^isw -S.

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