Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 20, 1965 · Page 12
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'luLoUA'i', Jilti' IV'65. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr i Wednesday, July 21 "Tlio wise man controls his 1 destiny. . ..Astrology points the 1 way." i ARIES 'Mar. Ji --Apr. 19':; Cycle continues Viigii. Money; affair can be amiably settled.' Fine time for selling ideas, pro-; ducts. Be swift and direcv. Uti-: ~.i2e innate sen.se of inde.pend-j once, originality. : TAURUS 'Apr. "0 MfiV "i.'i: You es'i M>\V begin to; niafcf heacl'-va.Y \viiii personal '.•[forts. See peoule -or seen., Tji-iiizt 1 soii-.e of neau'y. Enter-! Lainmc.nt inriicai'ft! Arid TO \varrl-| robe., if rieeesR.vry GEMINI -May 2! - June 20V Whatever you do — do it with enthusiasm. Don't worry about past. Look to future. Plan, outline aspira'ions. P r e - oare campaign. Good time t o deal with groups, organizations. CANCER (June 21 —July 22): Good for making top-level d e - cisions, carrying through o n| promises. Pay and collect debts.! Friends could play important 1 role in activity. Relax later; with congenial persons. j LEO (July 23 - Aug. 221: Time to finish what you start. Expand influence. interests, i Gain indicated Through dec u : merits, writing, publishing. Keep: BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH V Q 10 8 52 • Q 1094 3 + A J 20 WEST A 53 V K.77 • A J 7 5 + 10752 EAST A 6 42 V A 96 * K82 * Q963 SOUTH (D) * A K QJ108 7 V43 » 6 + K 8 4 East and West vulnerable South West North East 4 4> Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—A 2 to thin'/ awhile before playi n g from dummy. He would have seen that he had nothing to gain o.v a successful club finesse, .'hen he would have gone up with dummy's ace. led a club to his king, ruffed his last club and claimed his seven spade tricks. Instead, he hurried at the first trick and then spent seve r a 1 hopclesr minutes in an unsuccessful attempt to recover from his initial error. Quick Quiz communication linns clear. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22):| Individual who wishes to make! point could provoxe argument i Be alert. Don't f.amper pres- ! :ige by engaging in verbal Mrewnrks Stress tact and diplomacy LIBRA (Sept. 23 —Oct. 22i:| Use your intuition. Put together ' various pieces of puzzle. Seek jatteni .then base actions on ; nner reelings. Delve deep | Jnde)3tand your own motives.! SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov.: !1>: Combine humor with serous el torts. Good for dealing ' ; vith questions concerning finan- :es. Find reasons for recent' actions, reactions. May be wise ; o consult legal expert. 'i SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — i Dec. 21):: You could be called upon tc answer for recent e x - travagances. Be prepared with facts, figures. Sincere approach j gets best results. Be realistic i and cooperative. j CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 —Jan.! 19): Relief of some restrictions! and greater freedom indicated. Especially good for romant i c Dursuits, vacation activity. Stress creativity, change, t r a - vel. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 — F e b . 18): Stick with the familiar — try to remain close to home oase. No time for speculation. .aking unnecessary chances. Be A-ith jpe of proven loyalty. Then mind is at ease. THE TOASTER LADY! -Add a charming touch to the kitchen with this cute doll whose softly smocked skirt covers up the; toaster! Made from gay ging-; ham in your favorite color! | Pattern No. 2929-H has pattern ; pieces for doll: graph for smock-, ing: full directions ! To order, send 35c in coins:—1 Anne Cabot, Iromvood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive. Chicago. 111., 60607 j For ist-class mailing add lOc.i for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No., and size. | Send 50c now for your new '65 j Fall and Winter Album! Regular! features:: custom collection;, items to crochet, knit, stitch! PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20>: Money pressure due to be relieved. You have more oppor- t u n ' t j for s e 1 f-expression A time to investigate, experiment. Fine for putting thoughts on pacer, outlining major project. 6 •& ft IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY, .you have great sense of humor —are attractive t o members of opposite sex and would make fine sales executive. * * •& GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for TAURUS. GEMINI. Special word to SAGITTARIUS: If member of family has valuable suggestion, listen and learn. By JACOBY & SON North';-., tone of voice was philosophical, but with a slight touch of bitterness he asked his partner. "I suppose you took; that club finesse just to see if finesses were going to work for you today Or were you taking pity on your opponents?" "It looked like a free finesse." replied South, "and I didn't see that t v ;e play could cost me a trick Anyway, it might have worked " South had played the jack of clubs from dummy just about as soon as dummy had appeared on the table. East's queen had forced South's king. South had led his singleton diamond at trick two. East had won with the king and shifted to trump. South had plenty of time playing the rest of the hand but all to no avail. He had to lose a club in addition to his three red cards and was down one trick. If West had opened a trump, South would have had no play for his contract, but the club lead had delivered it to South on a silver platter. All South had to do would be Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 * Dble. 2 * Pass Pass ? You, South, hold: 4AQ76 VKJ86 •3+K942 What do you do? A—Double again. Your partner should have a fen high cards and a four-card suit somewhere. TODAY'S QUESTION You double again. West bids three diamonds and it is passed around to you. -What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Q—Is there a noticeable tide in the Great Lakes? A—No, it is barely perceptible. It is called a seiche and is partly due to atmospheric conditions. Q—What fort was George Washington once forced to surrender? A—In the French and Indian War. at the Battle of Great Meadows, Washington had to surrender Fort Necessity. Q—How widely is the metric system of measurement used? A—More than 90 per cent of the world now operates on the metric system. The United States and Britain use a different system. Merriweather Personals Mr. and Mrs. Peter Lorensj returned to Chicago after t w o weeks' vacation at their cabin here. Mr. and Mrs. William Church and family. Kingsford, recently visited at the Jack Ellswor t h home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Cook Jr. j recently visited at the W. Pik-, ka home in Thomaston. j Betty and Clifford Cook a r e • visiting in Aurora, Minn., at the Joseph Sailer home. Air. and Mrs. Robert Ells- i worth recently visited with Mrs. j Rose Ellsworth at a rest home I in Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ellsworth! and Mrs. Rodney Ellsw o r t h j were recent business callers in] Ewen. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pequet visited in Waukegan with their j daughter, Dixie, for a week. Mrs. Stanley Ray, Topaz, Mrs. A d e 1 e Applekamp, Bergland, ?nd Mr. Jack Ellsworth were callers recently in w a k e field. Walter Savinski, Marquettc, spent a weekend with his moth-; er Mrs. Madeline Haskins. Mrs. O r i n L aV o y and daughter, Debbie, are visiting relatives in lower Michigan. j Mrs. Balch and grandso n s , i Milwaukee, are vacationing a t their cabin on Lake Gogebic. Oldest unchanged border on the European continent is the Spanish-Portuguese frontier. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox BUGS BUNNY COME IN HEBE, \ CiCEROi YA KNOW TH' PUNISHMENT BUSTIN'A J WlSJDOWi ' UPSTAIRS T' SED \ i' NO SLJPPER1 ) . , r (& OKAV ZP. CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "Hey, I've got a better idea! Let's tell our dads we want a prefab clubhouse. 1 " Hodgepodge Answer to Previous Puzzl* ACROSS 1 1-eopard. for example 4 Making chamber 8 ••Blhe-k Karth" commuful y 12 American humorist in Spacious 14 Sambar genus. for one 15 Oriental eom 16Trunked beasts 18 Suffers 20 Inflow 21 Certain means of transportation 22 Warble 24 Classify 26 Jieach material 27 Baseball club HO Mulct 32 Bridge holding ,'H Second vending ,'i!i Kxpunged 36 Painter's forte 37 Biblical name 39 "Good Queen 40 fuller 41 Masculine nickname 42 Inflate 45 Official proof 'lawi 49 Pardon 51 Stripling 52 Above 53 Gaelic 54 - of lamb 55 Is victorious 5 Befouled 6 Ancient name of Urfa " 7 Fiber clusters 8 Malaysian tribal dis-i.sion 9 Operates 1(1 Italian city 11 Shoemaker's gadget 17 Obstruct 1C Kxccssively iprefixi 2:1 Bury 24 Feminine appellation 25 Sheaf 26 Appears 27 "Diamond" gadgets 28 High cards 29 Scatters, as hay 4.2 Forehead .11 Strikes icoll.i 43 Jacob's son 33 Mogul governor (Bib.) 38 Seek to attain 44 Augur 40 County i pi.) 41 Having a skeleton 46 Flower 47 Chinese weight 48 Snappish 50 Stitch "Yes indeed I do know what makes a motor tick and foi your Jn/ormation, I won't have any move until payday i" plant 5V ctarty HOWN 1 roniaiiier 2 Aialjiuii gulf :i Softest 4 Indebted ones I'KR ENTERPRISE ASSN. YOU NEVER GAVE ME A CHANCE TO EXPLAIN. WHEN) I TOLP >»U THAT ANOTHER TWO VEARS or- LIFE WAS UNeXKCTEO, I MEANT i EXPECTED TO PIE ON THE OPERATING TABLE! -1 DON'T TEll ME YOU'RE RUNNING OUT ON YOUR PATIENT, PR. CLARK'S BEEN CALLING FOR YOU . <fi IMS k, NtA, Inc. T.M. l» a . U.S. M. Oll.a FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS (TTT-Tm ' By Merrill Blosser I WONDER. IF TMAT THINS K-EEPS TiME AT Nl6H~r,POP/ :'RISC1LLA'S POP By Al Vermeer AND VT'S JUST AS HOT FOR ME AS IT IS FOR "YOU! > f *• \\ ^ i l * ?V J> E — ONLY I DON'T TMINK ABOUT >1ORT\ MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli (J5 gEGM'y AK& <5OINI«5TDI-IAVe A -s WITH /VKPAERAND; HATE — NOTIFYING HOW, LOOUNC3 FCC HIM... ATTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner r Of- ALL THE ATROCITIES COMNMTTEP IN THE NAME Of- J VOU TKVIN' ART. THIS 1& TH£ \\OST / TO WPLV DAT -- r APPALLING! TT __^^<n AIN'T A STEAL INCREDIBLE I EACH OWE "V BUT LOOK WORSE THAN THE OJHER'. ] AT THOSE WO SANE MAN WOULP PAY7 NAWE51 VOU *8 FOK THE UOT! V*f SUR& THEV'RE- ALT" FAKES, KOONTZ? I AW. 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