Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 17, 1965 · Page 20
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 20

Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, July 17, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Sunday, July 18 "The \vise man controls h i s destiny .. . Astroiogy points the way " A.R'TiS (Mar. 2l-Apr. 19>: Best result's now oijtai n e d liu'ougb otiiet effort, staying behind Uic scenes. Avoid extremes. Be receptive, neutral. Spiritual guidance proves construct i v e. Listen and isarni TAURUS '.Apr. 20-May MI: MaUive understanding can pre- ven'r. emberm'sing mist a k e . Avoid .hose \vho advocate extravagant 1 . Get sufficient rest. Don't be last to leave soc i a 1 gathering. Think. GEMINI iMay 21-June 20): Family dispute could occur unless you make views crys t a 1 clear Take time to explain. Highlight patience. One who respects you may need help. Attend church of your choice. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Favorable lunar aspect spotlights travel, vacation planning, C o n- sult. others Keep promises. Give BRIDGE BY JACOBY 2893-H NORTH 4 AQ864 ¥93 4 A K J 9 5 *6 17 WEST EAST 475 * J 1032 V AQ852 VKJ7 * 83 • 764 + Q 1052 +943 SOUTH (D) 4K9 V 1064 • Q 10 2 *AK J87 Both vulnerable South West North East 1 A Pass 1 * Pass 1 N.T. Pass 3 * Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V 5. He bicl no-trump over his partner's spnde and three no-trump over Ins partner's three diamonds After that second no- trump bid North was surely entitled to credit his partner with at least one stopper in hearts Of ccursc, South did have a difficult bid over three diamonds taut he could have solved his problems by bidding three spades He would not exp e c t North to go on to four spades without a good five card suit. Or South could have bid four diamonds which would have been all right. BEN CASEY By Nesl Adam* Quick Quiz DUCKY TOWELS!—It's fun to necessary thought to prospect of, ,_•„,.,_ .. _, , Chang*. If tracing, P be s'ure of! Corner these f cute duck ma directions. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Friencif! may demand much of your time Pace yourself. Be amiable but firm. Keep resolutions concerning budget. Answer to problem is close at hand. Remember golden rule. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): No time to become involved with person who appears eccentric. Respect laws, customs. Analyze motives. Be aware of c o n s e- quences. Avod rash statements based on Impulse. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): You could get sidetracked now if you overlook basic duties. Display sense of justice, responsibility. Fine day for visiting shut- in. Be considerate. Respect opinions of elders. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Friends may appear confused. Get-ricli-quick scheme c o uld backfire Finish what you start. Realize basic cycle is drawing to clos* Future is bright. Plan ahead 1 SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Conditions at home spotlighted. Take initiative in projecting constructive plan. Compromise may be necess a r y . Bury false pride. Heed principles or golden rule. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J an.', 19): Bp£t to take neutral position in any family disag r e e-' ment. Offer advice only if asked. Remember past experiences! Fine day for reading, meditation. Attending church of choice. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Pleasure comes from other than material things. This is a day to reflect—and evalua t e . Don't get bogged down with worries . tifs onto a set of towels for the j kitchen rack! Make them for! yourself or gift-giving! , Pattern No. 2893-H has hot-i iron transfer for 7 designs; col-1 or chart. 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 Spring-Summer Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! good results will follow. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Time to take care of yourself . . eat and exercise properly. Keep resolutions concerning heal t h. Avoid crowded places, inconsiderate and loud people. •Ct t> tt If today is your birthday. . . you would make fine attorney, hospital administrator. You would be an excellent executive. <!<»<> General tendencies: Cycle high for Aries. Special word to Sagittarius: a project which deserves to end will be over soon. New England Police Compact- Proposed BOSTON (AP) — Gov. John A. Volpe has asked the. Massachusetts Legislature to ratify a New England state police compact to enable the police of one state to aid a neighboring state By JACOBY & SON North would have no trouble making four spades. He would ruff the third heart and play three rounds of t r u m p s. That would leave East with a good trump but North would lead out diamonds and clubs until such time as East chose to ruff. Five diamonds would also make North would have to play the kins and ace of spades and ruff a low spade with one of dummy's high trumps before drawing trumps but this would not be too difficult. Three no-trump would also have made except that the defense rattled off five heart tricks before South could gain the lead and each partner felt that the other was at fault for letting the hand play at three no-trump. We have been appealed to for a decision and must assess practically all the blame to South. Q—The bidding has been: East South West Nortl 1 * - Dble. Pass 2 A Pass 4 * Pass 5 * Pass ? You, South, hold: AAQ76 VKJ76 *34,K94J What do you do? A—Bid five spades. YOB have no further values to show your partner. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of passing, West bids two diamonds over your double. Your partner bids two spades and East passes. What do you do? Answer Monday plan ahead and, in quelling riots. BUGS BUNNY THIS HILL PRETTY STEEP . T' PARKONJ CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner ' "ilust be that new neighbor. I saw him *mile at Junior!" Q—Does high tide always come at the same hour? A—No. Each high tide is about 1 50 minutes later than the preceding morning tide and each afternoon tide about 50 minutes later than the afternoon before. Q—How fast does Pluto travel around the sun? A—At 2.94 miles per second. Q—What school is known as the "West Point of Britain"? A—The Royal Military College at Sandhurst. Q—What U.S. river is known as the "Dardanelles of the New World"? A—The Detroit River. Rockland Personals Arthur Bohen has retur n e d from St. Luke's Hospital in Marquette where he has been a surgical patient. Mrs. Alfred Bordeau and family, Lansing, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Ed Anderson, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Uno Sett u 1 a, Rothschild, Wis., are visiting her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ojanen, and other relatives here and in Ontonagon. Gunnard Lakonen, Cincinnatti, arrived here to spend the summer at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gutschow and family, Milwaukee, visit e d her mother, Mrs. Joseph Schmaus and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wilber and children and Mrs. Herbert Fredrikson were Houghton shoppers recently. Mr. and Mrs. John Meldon, son, Daryl, and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Meldon, Toledo, O., attended the funeral of Mrs. Charles Schmaus and visited the Paul Yachovich family. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fred- rlckson, Mrs. Andrew Bartanen' and Mrs. Margaret Hoff man visited the Alton Speece home in Jronwood recently. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox 7-17 "Oh, nothing much. Just dripping water on the living room carpet!" Animal Life 'Answer to Pr«viou» Puizl* ACROSS 1 Wolfhound 5 The lion is a large 6 Equine jade 12 Submarine de«p near Guam 13 Golf score H Athena 15 Dill 16 Narrow inlet 17 -fish 18 Discolored 20 Place for a horse 21 Food fish 22 Golfer's mound 23 Descries 26 Prophetess 30 Poetic contraction 31 Play on words 32 Rodent 33 Conger 34 Worthless table bit 35 Lifetime 36 Grapple 3d Tapioca-like foodstuff 41 Also 42 Snare 43 Tossed 46 Cougar 50 Construct 5; Son of Haran (Bib.) 52 Cotton fabric 53 Uke perch 54 Malt brew 55 Love god 56 Units of weight 57 Foollike part 58 Demolish DOWN 1 Genus of /reshwater ducks 4 2 Church fast T wawn 3 Range 4 Announcement 5 Felt troubled B Biting 7 Beverage 8 Subjugate 8 Canadian province (ab.) 10 Genuine 11 Nobleman 19 Numbers (ab.) 20 Observe 22 Camper's canvas shelter 23 Worry (coll.) •24 Wharf 25 Small island 26 Confident 27 Pertaining to an epoch 28 hen 29 Pace 31 Horseback 44 Demigod game 45 Shower 37 Cubic meters 46 cat 38 Pull along after 47 Olympian 30 Transgression goddess 48 Moose 48 Son of Seth appurtenance iBib.) 42 Fence openings 49 Flower 43 Allowance for 51 Race course waste circuit I 12 IS n~ 2 3 4 JT BO" S3 56 44 45 _T NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. TWO YEARS, rJO, DR. CASEY. I DIP NOT EXPECT SUCH AVFRPICT. V s*r ^l» a I « 1*5 b. NEA, IK. T.M. hi. U.S. tat. Off. Jr I PIP MY BEST. I'M SORRY IF YOU'RE NOT SATISFIED. SORRyFORAU-OFLIS. WHAT A WRETCHED, UWCONTROLLEP TEMPER! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blossef NOT TODAY, MISTER, WOULD GETTtWG KIMD OF- MEASt THE KID, / NC5T ARE-NT /REALLY YOU? YOU DIP MY ICE CREAKA IN THE CHOCOLATE: PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vcrmcer I hope it isn't that cute little TWE WHOLE WORLD IS DOG EAT TELL "YOU, MUTCH ELL! poodle from down the street/ MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli W/NTHI33P/ LOOK AT CHIPS/ I WONDER IF He'LLev GRCWUP I'M OUST A Bf<3 GOOD-NATLJRfeD CLOWN. 7-17 CAPTAIN EAST By Leslie Turner I KNOW 7 THAT OPINIONATED ODPBALL1 I'D OLE KOONTZ ( NEVER ASK ^± HELP, EXCEPT IN RUSS YOU TH' V A DIKE EMERGENCY,,.. SUCH AS WRONS WAY....^ THISl I HAVE WO CHOICE: BUT HE KNOtVS ART, AN'ISN'T A COLLECTOR CAN'T $££ GOOD ENOUGH ver TO- EXAMINE'EMiMR. KOOMTZ. HE'P LIKE YCIIR OPINION! <3AP,,.VOU MEAN HE COULD SEE WHEN HE COLLECTEP THOSE- MONSTROSITIES HE ALREAP/ HAS?! 'OKAY...TELL THAT SATISFIED OUP CROCK I'LL ADVISE HIM...FOR A 5/IAALL FEE! FINE'. TH 1 KALLIKAKS 'WILL ARRIVE WITH THEIR PAIUTINGS AT THREE: THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom ARX-SUPPORTS HOW UTTERLY ALLEY OOP By V. T. Ilamlin MfSOO'NESS, ALLEY, SOMEBODY MUSTN'T , LIKE YOUR MUSIC YEH! SURE LOOKS THAT WAY. 1 7-17 YOU LIKE > -\NO MATTER FRIEP / FRIED \ WHETHER MONKEY; ( MONKEY/SHE DOES OOOLA?\. ? A OR NOT... POC.' MY GOSH, ...T CAN SURE \ WHERE'D USE A LARGE 1 YOU COME/ WE FROM? /THOUGHT YOU'P GONE TO MARS OUT OUR WAY— By i. R. Williams / I SA1P PUT OM YOUR RAIW- Nl/ 6OOP SARSH, HE'S TH' OKIE ^ COM AMP GO OUT THERE "-^ WHO IMSISTEP OM COOKWEM AMP GIVE YOUR GRANDFATHER \ OUT THERE FER THE CHARA LIFT.' HE'S HAVIMfS ATERRIBLEJ COAL FLAVOR, EVEW IF IT PIP TIME TRyiMS TO HAMPLE __-< LOOK LIKE RAIM. 1 WHY PO I > THAT UMBRELLA AMP , fW\\f HAVE TO BE THE OWE TO GET \\ TURW THOSE STEAKS Mfc0 SOAKEP JI5TOM ACCOUNJTOF ]\ ALL BY HIMSELF.' ^f^jll^f^HtM BEIM'SO STIJBBORM? y^ ... .,"'-tH:i--; -l^< hi^l Lf-^r-'i M^^ m» <^9£HCAk> OKAMPA.W OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople FUNMY.' VOO VULTURE'S PA^S 50N\seoDY WITH A FLAT TlRE INTH& RAII^.'-t-HAK- KAFP/^-TJID I TELL YOU l',V, TROUBLE WlTH MY AMD i OONT KNOW (JANDITtOfOU MA20K.' YOU'Vc 66T

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