Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 19, 1965 · Page 24
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 24

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, July 19, 1965
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IWEIVC IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 19, 1965. ! BEN CASE! Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Tyesday, .Tuly 20 "The wise man controls his destiny . . Astrology point;-- the way." ARIES u\lav. 21-Apr. 19 >: Much activity indicated. Impor tant to heed your own counsel. Do not /ailo'.v the crowd. Set your own pace. Emphasize independence, originality. Fine for starting new project. TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20): Y'our vitality level on rise. Ciiaiigp, pleasure, travel, and vacation highlighted. Get" things done . see people. Visit one confined. Stress tact . . . extend! hand of friendship. GEMJNI (May 21-June 20): Friends may argure among themse.'ves. Your role should be that, of peacemaker. Try to be neutral offer your serv ices. 3ive attention to family mem- oer. Accent harmony. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Sood for testing ideas, discussing projects. Get around and see people. Your personality rating tiigh People tend to have confidence in j'ou. Strike while iron is hot! LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Obtain hint from Cancer message. Stick to principles. Put across long-range project. Best to clear up minor confusion thro ugh direct call Don't delay . . . push ahead with plans. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): One you admire due to repay compliment. Fine time for expanding' influence, interests. Check investment, possibility. F i n ish what you start. Consult individual with experience. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Avoid tendency to rush decisions. Base actions on logic, not impulse Time on your side- play "waiting game." Be especially careful of legal entanglements Be sure. SCOS.PIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21):? Show you can carry through on '< assignment, project. Use intui-' tive intellect Hunch can pay off. Shake pff lethargy. Time to wake up . .get going! . SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e c. 21): Friends who visit can make ' you happy. Welcome soc i a 1! event Ideal now for surpri s e party. Stress humor, versatility. Forces may appear scattered Be strong. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19 Not wise to accept mere surface indications. Personal touch is best Results could surprise you! Talk with real estate man may be key. Get facts. AQUARIUS fJan. 20-Feb. 18): Real progress highlighted. If urged in one direction by family member—in another by personal desires, make intelligent compromise Accent tact, diplomacy BRIDGE BY JACOBY KNIT 5150-N SCENE STEALER! — You'll be winning many second glances when you wear this lacy stole which can be draped so gently and softly over your shoulders! It's an easy-knit that is delightful to wear—day or night! Pattern No. 5150-N has knit directions for stole measuring 20" x 66". 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 feature's; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! 19 NORTH A J 9 6 3 2 V 94 * A6 A 10843 WEST EAST A None A Q 7 4 V1075 VKJ63 « K Q J 9 7 4 • 10 85 3 *J962 *QS SOUTH (D) A AK 1085 V AQ82 + AK 7 East and West vulnerable South West North East 1 A Pass 2 A Pass 3 + Pass 3 • Pass 3 V Pass 4 A Pass 6 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 K heart finesse at trick two. 11 would safeguard against East's holding all three missing trumps. Then, when he found out, about the trump situation, he would have been able to get back to dummy by ruffing a I heart and would not have lost a i trick in either hearts or spades. i South was right about one thing. North had overbid his five card points considerably. Quick Quiz By JACOBY & SON It is pretty good policy to gel in the habit of thinking w h e n you play bridge It is an even better habit to do your thinking j early rather than when it's too late to do any good. South looked over dummy for a second as he won the first ; trick with its ace of diamonds. (Then he remarked, "You sure ! bid a lot, but we lave a finesse i for our contract" ! Then he led a trump fr o m dummy, went up with his ace, noted that West failed to follow and began to do the thinking he should have clone first. It was too late. There was no way to get back to dummy without giving up a trick i n hearts or in trumps and there was no way to avoid the loss of a club trick later on. so South had to go down one. If South had studied the hand carefully, he would have seen the importance of taking that Q—What is the worst tornado in American history from the standpoint of lives lost? A—Tornadoes killed 689 persons in Missouri, Illinois, and Indiana on March 18, 1925. Q—Where was the ancient city of Troy? A—It is generally accepted that a small mound called His! sarlik, about three miles from 1 the Hellespont in Asia, is the site I of Ilium, known as Troy. j Q—Did Noah have any daugh- i ters? i A—There is little doubt that Noah did have daughters, but 1 their names are not mentioned. —and love. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Choose words with care. People around you now may be ultra- sensitive Money discussion may best be left for another day Obtain hint from Aquarius m e s- sage. Tread softly! 6 6 * If today is your birthday . . . you appreciate good music and are interested in those with musical talent. a * •& | General tendencies: Cycle high fot Aries, Taurus. Special word to Scorpio: Look behind the scenes for significant in formation Output, Employment Increase Reported WASHINGTON (API — The Federal Reserve Board has reported another increase in industrial output and employment during June. It said the June index of production rose fractionally to 141.9 per cent of the 1957-59 average and was 8 per cent above the same month last year. Q — The bidding has been: East South West North 1 • Dble. 2 • 2 * Pass ? You, South, hold: Cleopatra's barge has been re placed by hydrofoil boats on the Nile. Three such high-speed boats named for Egyptian queens cruise the river between Aswan and Abu Simbel. BUGS BUNNY 'C'MON/YBLJT / SIRE> GET OFF V T 'S LUNCH- THAT COUNTER! ., MNPT? WAKE UP, SYLVESTERiY IS IT'S TIAAE YA DID __^A SOMEONE SOME WORK! Hit \ CALLING TIME; i HAVE TO SIT SOMf- f AS FAR AS I'M, CONCERNED, VA C'M EAT STANDIM'UP' MY AGILE BRAIN CAN DEVISE A SOLUTION TO ALMOST ANY PROBLEM-CHOMP! CARNIVAI^-By Dick Turner '*, I* V( "' $ " rJ V ^ V'C< i «• -V,"" J '^ we 3 , ucJi y- Pefc • • -Ending exactly what YOU want, * 'lUJWiy. at a price that leaves enough for the hat I want!" What do you do? A — Bid three spades. Yon had a sound double with good spades, but you don't jump to game because your partner may have been pushing a trifle. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of bidding two spades your partner passes over two diamonds as has East. What do you do in this case? Answer Tomorrow PLIGHT OF FARMERS KANKAKEE, 111. («•))— U. S. Rep. L.C. Arends, R-I11., says in President Lyndon B. Johnson's legislative program covering health, education, poverty, urban renewal, housing and crime no mention is made of the "plight of our farmers." He said the House-Senate Joint Economic Committee has a statement filed by the Independent Bankers Association o n March 3 that "should give us pause." It said: "Rural banks cannot much longer continue to supply credit needs for rural America and that in the absence of adequate profits in agriculture essential to reduction of ever-increasing dept, the time approaches when banks will have to terminate credit availability to thousands of farmers in rural America." The earth covers about 200 million square miles and s u p- ports nearly 3 billion people. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox « l«5 t, NiA. lit. TM. «., U S. f.l. oil. 7-11 "Their wedding trip will be a short one, I understand. They have to hurry back and start making payments!" Court in Session Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Prosecute judicially 4 Judge and . 8 Great English jurist 12 Social insect 13 Olive genus 14 Employer 15 Early U.S. Chief Justice 17 Italian princely family 18 Insect stage 19 Noun suffix 2 Unsuitably 3 Ancient Tuscany 4 Portuguese gold coin 5 Gums lanat.) 6 Depends 7 Connecticut college 8 Intimation 9 Basis of bone tissue 10 Kitchen utensil 11 Builds 20 And so on lab.) 16 Hot spring 22 Queer 20 Egyptian sun god 22 Dry, as wine 23 Domestic milk-givers 25 Civil wrong 24 Inclining, as a cask 28 Jewish high priest (BibJ 27 Inquisitive 29 Units 30 Jellyfish genus 32 Jug lug 34 Superlative suffix 35 Put witness on oath 39 Let it stand 42 Classify 44 Conductance unit 45 Judge in "Dred Scott" case 47 Whiter 49 Skill 50 Legal point 52 Routine 53 Goddess 55 Small picture 58 Unusual 59 Relaxation 60 Precisely (eoiitr.) 61 Killed 62 Suffix 63 Dental degree (ab.) DOWN 1 Masculine 28 Long for 31 Greek musical 43 Early Irish hero tone 46 Time period 33 Lawyer (ab.) 36 Voiced 48 Sorrow 37 Furnished •with 51 Synonym for cover, as a bed Cephaelis 38 Craggy hill 54 Stitch 39 Flights of steps 56 General statt 40 Of the ankle corps (ab.) 41 Whole 57 Abstract being WAFRAIPMY REACTION TO HIS GALLANT EFFORT INTHEOPERATINe ROOM WAS GROSSLY MISUNDERSTOOD. YOU'RE WRONG, JOAN PR-CASEY DISPLAYED TEMPERAMENT, NOT TEMPE(?.THATSTKL-MERVEP YOUNG MAN IS ftS HUMAN AS WE ARE. HASNT HE BEEN THROUGH PURGATORVAMD BACK FORME? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser WIRED YOUR. MOV /V. KNOW cep.T- . AiWLY GOOD AT ,. . THATSOKT / SYL-OF_, /VESTER/. "leu. Me- PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Venneer n-u I WANT MIM TO KNOW^ I LOVE WM IN JULY AS I DO IN DECEMBER/ / ^ MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavani TB2E0CIZED U6 KX2TOOLOH6. / PIO£ iiAUW-U >^^^\ / VE>, HCW CO WE S \, OF H/M?ANV / \^^^y / ICCO.DCH8A/ A Bl<2 VOLB IN CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner SORRY ABOUr YOUR EYEi MCKE6...BU1; FRANKLY. IT CANT HANDICAP Y0UK CHOICE I EeO-MANlAC^fg OF ARTi JUPSINS FTOW THESE 1 -/ WHO ASKED^jf n^-T^ YOUR- ir COME iNi KALUKAk 1 . THIS Vy \ HE MAY A MR. KOONTZi A PAINTER Op I LIKE TO SORTS, WHO PKOPPEP Wl Jstt YOUR COLLECTION, TOO DUH.H,,,tFFEN YOU \5 A 015 \f> YER Lfi6T\ ART ADPICT, PAL,YOU'LL CHANCE BEFORE DA / LOVE PIS REMBRANDT oil REMBRANDT WHO* THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansora FOR me LAST TIME, THORMAPPLE, cuee THAT MA-STY/ / PIDKJ'T ALLEY OOF By V. T. SURE GLAP Y3U \ WE NEVER SURVIVEP YOUR I EXPECTEP TRIP TO MARS/ JTO SEE YOU AGAIN! ESPECIALLY AFTER/ AW, NOW TH' WAY THOSE / NEVER MIND umUE OU LADIES V ABOUT ^ WkNTARERORTONHOVV \ WHY? YOU MARINER FOUR MADE OUT / JUST CAME OM IT'S ny-BYOFA^ARS.'/ BACK FROM THERE/ .,__ \.,LET'SaET THIS TEEVEE OUT OUR WAY—By J. E. 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