Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 26, 1965 · Page 16
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 16

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, May 26, 1965
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Thursday, May 27 "The wise man controls his destiny. . .Astrology points t h e •way." ARIES (Mar. 21- Apr. 19i: Be a self-starter. Act on vow own initiative. Don't wait, brood or doubt. Cycle at peak now. You look good, sound convincing. Make the most of favorable indications. TAURUS i Apr. 20- May 20): Look bpyonri immediate indications. Dii T deep for information. No need to fear the unknown Get some privacy later. Think and analyze. Contact friend who is confine 1 "' GEMINI 'May 2>- .June 201: bcir. under Taurus can OP o* assisT.H'HT. . respond ••'Ceora.'r'fti.v Time to be aware of value o; !rie>Kis. You can turn wi.sJvs intc realities. CANCER .Juno 21- July 221: Moot obligation-:.. Explain position. If you are sincere you can gain 'valuable ally. Stress versatile approach. Try for expansion. You can enlarge busi- iii-.-p 'Tilerfsis now. LEO i July 23- Aug. 22): Fight lor tlie ritnit and your beliefs. Let others know what you stand fov — ond against. You can have i.iie "ear of the public" so use your position wisely. VIRGO (Aug. 23- Sept. 22): Work toward goal. \ou may be spending more than is necessary. Check with money expert. Reliable individual can help. Scorpio person may aid y o u r cause. LIBRA i Sept. 23- Oct. 221: Highlight understanding, justice and harmony. This applies to family and business associates.' Study. Be patient!. Contracts signed in haste could pose problems later. SCORPIO (Oct. 23- Nov. 21): Watch diet. Get proper rest and recreation. Be considerate of ones who assist you. Realize situations are ever changing. Be ready. . .move with the times. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. 211: Business, career interests are now in spotlight. Display ability to economize. Overcome temptation to be extravagant. Utilize creative reserves. Seek new and better methods. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19): Feeling of restriction is only temporary. Try to avoid frustration. You must complete present .project, then new vistas of opportunity will materialize. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 18): Highl i g h t originality. Ideas sparkle. Get them on paper. One in authority may ask for "test." Bring forth sense of humor. You can now charm your way into inner circle! PISCES (Feb. 19- Mar. 20): BRIDGE BY JACOBY 2847-H NORTH 26 4932 VKQ • K J 9 2 4 A 1064 WEST EAST (Not shown) (Not shown) SOUTH (D) 4k Q 10 5 V AJ • AQ 104 *KJ93 No one vulnerable South West North East 1 N.T. Pass 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4* 4. FLORAL PILLOWS! — Quilt pollow-tops with these pretty floral motifs and you'll be adding a most decorative look to you favorite chair or sofa! Pattern No. 2847-H has hot- iron transfer—rose and pansy motifs: 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 lUc 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: Time to perceive meanings. Utilize intitutive intellect. Interpret gestures as well as direct actions. One who teaches can aid cause. Old person can be fa-j vorably settled. If today is your birthday. . . you are a vibrant, vital and warm person. You fight for un- ( derdog and would make wonder- j ful leader. . .teacher. * -A & General tendencies: Pion e e r; achievement in science is due to be made public. PRECIOUS GLASS Ancient Egyptians considered glass equally valuable with gemstones and precious metals because it was so difficult and expensive to make and coloi-pd glass often was combined with gold and gems in making jewelry. By OSWALD JACOBY Today we have a discussion of the two-way finesse. Jim: "What is the origin of the expression that a peek is worth two finesses?" Oswald: "You aren't supposed to look at an opponent's cards but some players are so careless that you can't help seeing some of their cards some of the time. When you have to finesse for a king it does you no good to see it. If it is in back of the ace you can't finesse for it. If it is in front of the ace you would have finessed in any event and picked it up. When it comes to the queen you may have two ways to go for it as in today's hand." Jim: "You sure have two two ways to go for that queen of clubs and you had better go the right way if you want to make your three no-trump." Oswald: "Yes. East wins the spade lead with the ace and returns the suit. It makes no difference whether you play the queen or the ten. since We s t has the king and jack. He takes three more spade tricks and leads a heart. You have four diamond tricks and two heart tricks in top cards and need three club tricks to make your contract. Since the East-West hands have not been shown, how would you go after that missing- queen?" Jim: "I see the reason for the expression. It would be nice to have seen that queen. Failing that it is theoretically an even money chance or nearly so. I do have the advantage of having seen some discards on my diamonds and also East's discard on the fourth spade. Eventually I will have to go after clubs and probably will do so before I cash the seco n d heart so as to be sure not to go down more than one." Oswald: "Would you say you had an even money chance?" Jim: "No, and neither would you think that your chance of success was even money. Somehow or other, every good player gathers some informal i o n from the manner in which his opponents play their cards and his so-called even money two- way finesses work at least two times in three." Q—The bidding has been: South West North Kast ] * Pass I V Pass 1 * Pass 2 4» Pass 2 V Pass 3 V Pass M You, South, hold: *K Q J Z VA 10 2 «3 2 *A 6 5 4 What do you do? A—Bid four hearts. No guarantee ROCS with this bid, but we hate to hang one trick short of came. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two clubs, your partner has gone to two hearts over your one spade. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Q_\Vas Sir Winston Churchill buried in Westminster Abbey? A—No. Churchill was buried in a small country churchyard in Bladon, 70 miles northwest of London. Q—Is there any use for the huge purple seed of an avocado? A—This is a source of an oil used in cosmetics. The seed contains a red indelible stain useful as ink in primitive circumstances. Ground up and mixed with meal, It serves as rat poison. Q—How much weight is represented by the English term "stone"? A—The legal English stone is 14 pounds. Timely Quotes One often hears that government support means government control. It does not need to. First of all, we are a part of the government and we have much to say about what it does and what it controls. If we do not say it loudly and clearly, we have no right to complain. —George W. Beadle, president of the University of Chicago. There is no end to unfinished business. Our education can be expanded in quality, quantity and variety. —Ralph Lazarus, president of Federated Department Stores Inc. BEN CARET By Nctf EARIY NBCTWOWNS-. DOES MARK KNOWTHOW) A GOOD PEAL BETTER IS HE TAKING IT? J THAN KW ARE, HE'S HAP THE LAST EXAMINATION IN THE SERIES. HE'S CARRIEPIT OFF VERY WELl BUT HE'S EXHAUSTED. ., DR. KEITH. I'AA OPERATING OH MARK STARK IN AN HOUR.PR.CASE/ SUGGESTED ITAIK TO YOU FIRST. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MerriO WHEN I TG»U3 tOU SEE, ' JUNE, I'M AWAY, SOI GET TO, PUTT NEXT/ MARK YOUR You oorr WfTH A COIN- > MOW UK. fe. ML •* U. IW. 0*. *-2t VISCILLA'S POP By Al Vi PRISCILLAll MUST YOU ALWAYS BOUNCE ) DOWN THE STAIRS' LIKE THAT?, GO UP AND DO rr PROPERLY." GUESS I'M TOO OLD TO CHANGE MORTY MEEKLE By Dick CavalH WHATA-5T7JP/P PTAJN EASI By Leslie Tamer The popular hymn, "The Old Rugged Cross," was compos e d in 1913 by Salvation Army Captain George Bennard. BUGS BUNNY •Or (t./ HEY! -WHAT'S TH' IDEA o' LC&FIN; SYLVESTER? VOL) ARE A HEA.BTLE5S TASKMASTER GUVNOR! I'M UNABLE TO WORK! I TOPE MY SAG ON A BUSH' CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "But I did only make one call, like you said! 1 told Jan e to (9 Ihe gang call me.!" SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox ;$%! Sffi&9vys g I?t it* r • IMS kf MEA, Inc. TM. In. US, flf. Off. i 'You and your sneaky BLAST OFF!" French-English Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 7 To err (l.alin) i rill n ., v , 8 Blissful :,V£?, y 9 Once more A .,11 lait a wiite limn: f >Ws tench JO Audacity (slang) I )•> KnviKinnor J ! ' KnCl - t !?«?&*. a3 sr cornb - 28 Towers on mosques 29 Krcnch dandy 30 Genus of antelopes 34 Futile 18 Indolent ..... 20 Timber tree ~ L lma| > c 'i'l Boarded a train 23 Hawaiian garland 24 Reflexive pronoun 25 Bundled 27 Place of confinement 31 Narrow (comb, form i 32 More slippery 33 Divided war.) 37 Negative vote 38 Voting 41 arnies! 42 labor organizer 43 Comparative suffix 44 Aircraft stabilizers 4o Magnetic units (elect.) 49 Run away 30 Male fur seal 51 Transmit 52 European stream 53 Wily DOWN 1 By way of 2 Hawaiian baking pit 3 Hookah 4 104 (Human) 5 Consecrate 35 Given visa 36 Meat dish •M Polishes 39 Infirm 40 Flax Jibcr •43 Greek letter 46 Apothecary's weight (ab.) 47 Law degree (abj 48 Coy tMTEKI'RISE ASSN. MR. McKE& PEMINPS ME OF AN OU> FAMIW FfflBNP WHO RUMS A BOOK SHOP INCHEPPINSTONitflSY... POOHMR-SMOUFK HE'S Sf&tT H|5 LIFE STAMPING IM HI* TIMy SHOP.,.OREAMINS Of- TRAVELS HE'P MAKE SOUS »V.»H)T NEVER GOT AWAYl HE'S GETTING OLt>.« TIME 19 RUMM1NS OUT..A51 BLUNTLY REMIMDEP HIM.ONCE1 IF HE PIPN'T GO SOON, T HB'5 NOT TOO FAR. HE NEVER. WOULp: THI& / BEYOND THESHEPHEKP JARREP. HIMi EA5Y. NEXT I I WANT TO (JOBS HIM HE- WAS V WE'LL SK'EW BOTH I ABOUT SET FOR CKUISE1 SOT SOMETHING IFWE- HAVE TIME X WflNT 70 STOP AMP SAY "HELLO" THE BORN LOSER By Art S'Zt, ALLEY OOP By V. T. Y'DONT LIKE THAT, EH? 'SA TELEVISION SET PUSH THIS LITTLE BUTTON AN' VGET PICTURES ON IT/ MERCY SAKE5 NO.' IT'S A TERRIBLE- SOUNDING THING,., ,YEH! COWBOYS AN' PICTURES?) INDIANS-GUESSING BAME3...STUFF LIKE THAT, FROM ALL OVER TH'WORLD', JUST STAND OVER THERE AN' WATCH/ OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams W4IT A MINUTE.' I'M TIREPOF SCOUTING THE NEIGHBORHOOD -, - FOR YOU WHEM IT!S TIME FOR VOUE BATH.' WEAR.THIS OLP WATCH AND i KEEP CHECKING IT-WHEN TH 1 LITTLE HANP ISDN FIVE AMP TH' B\& HAKID 6ETS TO TWELVE, COME RIC.HT ^ " HOME.' . YOU SET THE ALARM CLOCK AMD LET ME TAKE THAT INSTEAP? JT/LL-HAVEEWOU6H MISERY WHEM THE TIME COMES, WITHOUT KMOWIKJ' WHEM IT'S COMIN'.' THE WORRY WART S-21 OUK BOARDING BOUSE—with Major Hoople BOYS,THIS 14 PUNCHY PETERSOM.A LEAD- M<5 CONTENDER POR THE VVeLTERWe CKOWM A FEW VEARSASO/HE V 4 <=Q MPRE6SED WITH ROCKV'5 fOTCNTlAL AS A FISHTER THAT HE^ TAKINS TIME OFF '•ROM MIS BUSINESS INTERESTS TO TRA\M HIM.' HE'LL TEACH tfCXXYTH& A(?r, PUNCHES/ HIS NI8S MUST { \MEAM6UPPIN l lf HIM A-S A INTO THE- rf TEACHER, ROCKY V LAST LOM6

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