Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on May 31, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Monday, May 31, 1965
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TPN IRONWOOD OAUY GIOBF. IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN MONDAY, MAY 31, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Tuesday, June 1 "The wise, man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21 - Apr. 191: Time when past plans m a y "catch up." Be ready lo fulfill promises. Tendency exists to delay, but procrastination could be costly. Explain views. Be frank. TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20i: Gift for one close to you is indicated. Be flexible. Avoid undue formality. Day to give and receive. Time to push ahead in cooperation '.vith associates. GEMINI (May 2i-June 20>: Upsetting conditions at home or Dffice are only temporary. React accordingly Maintain steady pan.. Avid ihr s'Tt^atior;ai . slid; wiin the iriec'-and-true. CANCER 'June 2i-July 221: Cycle moves up. Benefit indicated through new contacts. W e i- corne changes. Ob;air- hiru from today's Gi'r.ini im'hsaiie. Wen- rierfu! ei'?r.h-.« Io> a.ssociat i o n with stimulating lik j nd. LEO (July 23-Aiiar. L'^i: Rec'd and write . . see and be seen. Key is perception. Be observant, look beyond sunjicc inclica- :ions. Family member could piove helpful. Strive for greater 'narmony. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22i: Announcement from superior could prove helpful to your cause. See situation as it is! Discipline smotions. Make your imagination work for you. Be creative. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 221: Not .vise to depend upon friends now. Well-meaning individuals m a y lot have necessary facts. Take :harge yourself! Handle responsibility and welcome the chal- enge. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): finish what you start. Be aware of possessions and sure of instructions. Avoid careless ness. 3ood lunar aspect accents progress. You attract favorable atten- ion. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21-: our imagination is "fired ap." Day to make known your news. You can present ideas, 'ormats, campaigns. But you nust exude confidence and say vhat you mean. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 19): Dblique approach is best. Re- Tiain neutral. Be the observer, tlead this paper for valua b 1 e .lints. One you admire may make significant move. Analyze t. Learn from it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Personal magnetism rat i n g ligh. But don't try to be everywhere at once. Vou must turn Sown some requests. Keep oromises and avoid scattering BRIDGE BY JACOBY would have either bid some other ouit or gone past game myself." Would anyone get higher? Yes. Some North players (not experts) would jump from one i spade to three spades whereupon :somr> South players would move WEST NORTH (D) AK765 V65 • A2 + A K 5 4 3 EAST 31 41093 44 VQ.MO VK87432 • K103 4.79874 + Q1096 +J SOUTH 4k AQJ32 V A9 • Q65 4872 East and West vulnerable North East Sooth West 14 Pass 1 4 Pass 2 4 Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V Q. to five or even six. Or some ! North player (not an ex p e r t) '. might revalue his hand after the jump to game and bid again. ' He shouldn't. This particular jump *o game by South absolutely precludes any slam interests !at all North should respect his I partner's judgment and pass. Quick Quiz I'A.NCV I1M3T! — Toucn a chair with snow-white elegance, and you're sure to add a cool- loo'rt to your room! This filet set will \vin you compliments! Pattern No. 5935-N has crochet directions; filet diagrams; stitch illustration,-. To order, send 35c in coins to; Anne Cabot, Iromvood 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! your efforts. Concentrate. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Favorable lunar aspect highlights change, travel, varie t y. Especially good now for selling yourself and your pro duct. Stress entertainment and luxury values. Full steam ahead. <r ft ft If today is your birthday . . . you are dynamic individual with original ideas. You are not satisfied with just routine job. You must be innovator, leader. * * * General tendencies: Cy c 1 e high for Cancer, Leo. Spec i a 1 word to Capricorn: Partner may make request involving change. TRAIN MYSTERY I In 1875, at Pueblo. Colo., a j whole train, including the engine, ; sank into a bed of quicksand and never was recovered although the bed was probed to a depth of 50 feet. BUGS BUNNY YES WANTED ON THM PHONE, ELMER! _S^ . VAGABOND TRAILER. CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner Seems to me the government could help more by providing lunches to the FATHERS instead of to us kids in school!" By JACOBY & SON ' This week's columns will deal ; with the jump to game and its i significance. i Today's hand would be bid as shown in the box by almost any group of four bridge players and j player) Just about the same way, by all declarers. South w o u 1 d : win the opening heart and draw i trumps with three leads. Then; he would go after clubs and! when the suit failed to break he: would make his contract on the nose provided that West did not foul up the defense and let him gather in an overtrick. Why would the bidding be j the same by almost everyone? ' Because this particular jump j to game has the same meaning i in all bridge circles. ! It says, "Partner you have told ' me that you have a minimum type opening bid with spade sup- pore. Based on that information I want to play in game so I am bidding it. If I were doubt f u 1 about playing game I would only have bid three spades. If I were interested in a slam I Q—The bidding has been: South West North East I 4 Pass 1V Pass •14 Pass 3* Pass f You, South, hold: 4KQJ2 VA104 432 4A«54 What do you do? A—Bid four hearts. You would like to make a slightly stronger bid if you could do so without going past game. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner bids five diamonds. What do you do now? Aacwer Tomorrow Q—How many species of birds \ in the United States and Canada have nested In houses? A—About 50 species. Q—Where and when did our familiar trees first grow In the United States? A—The first record comes from the Potomac Valley, in Anne Arundel County, Maryland. There a remarkable forest was growing 95 million years ago. That was five million years after the sycamores in Greenland. Q—What was the first item to be rationed in the United States during World War II? A—Automobile tires. Sales were stopped in December, 1941. Record of the Past 10 YEARS AGO— Temperatures: High 73, low 42 . . . . Clement Robert Rondeau, was awarded the Bachelor of Science degree in geology from Tulane University at New Orleans, in commencement exercises. He is a member of Phi Beta Kappa national honorary scholastic society .... The fourth annual spring derby trial of the Gogebic Range Beagle Club was completed Monday afternoon at the running grounds. Winners in the 15-inch combined class were determined. Candy Specks, owned by Lawrence Cablanca of Bessemer, won first place in the 13-inch class. 20 YEARS AGO— Temperatures: High 57, low 34 . . . . Carl N. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Olson, Bessem e r, was a member of the crew who aided in the production of "God Is My Co-Pilot" which showed at the Ironwood Theater this week .... Paper salvage for the nation's war effort in the collection in Ironwood Mon day amounted to approximately 12 tons, one of the smallest collections in recent months. BEN CASEY USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "Turn that radio off before the Kiddie Hour comes on. Violence upsets cows!" Hot Breakfast Answer to Previous Piml* ACROSS 1 coffee ft and eggs 8 Hot coffee \2 Sacred ape • Egypt) 13 Melody 14 Roman theaters 15 Honey and hoi 17 Crafts 18 Account of {foods shipped (ab.) 19 Atlantic (ab.) 20 Inscribed 21 Seventh zodiac sign (pi.) 21) Seasoning (pi.) 24 Within (comb, form) 25 Reduce 27 Sudden outburst 29 Hot mulled 30 Ragle (comb, form) 32 Oceans 36 Longing 40 Island off Sumatra 42 Anybody 43 Gulp down 45 Earn 46 Blackbird of cuckoo family 47 Compass point 48 Old Testament prophet 49 Of marriage 52 Tinge r>3 Arikaran Indian M Kim f>5 Frappe* f>6 Possessed S7 Observes DOWN 1 Wet by .splashing 2 Carrier 3 Insurance lab.) 4 Rogues 5 Saluted ti River island 7 Married lady's title lab.) 8 Unrefined 9 Dexterous 10 Caldron 11 Relieves 16 Feminine appellation 20 Part of Great Britain 22 Heat unit (ab.) 23 Birthplace (ab.) 26 Consumes 28 Contaminate 31 Before 33 Locomotives 34 Distress 35 Eggs and country —36 Bloodless 37 Northern Ireland county 38 Lifts 3!l Yoked 41 Greek gravestones 42 Rare violin 44 Mariner's direction 49 Title for » queen (ab.) 50 Affirmative vote 51 City in the Netherlands ENTOKFUME ASSN. 7HE OPERATION \S COMPLETED. HE'S HAD HIS SECOND TRANSFUSION. BLOOD PRESSURE I (DOVER 80. I NOTICED *H) DIDN'T TOUCH THE NO NEED, BEN. THE SECOND SET OFX-PAYS PIDN'T HAVE THAT-CLOUpy AREA.TESTS PROVED IT WAS THE LAST . OF THE PNEUMONIA CLEARING UP. IT ttfWWT WHAT WE WERE MOST AFRAID OF, ELAINE. BUT DR.KEITH HAD 10 REMOVE A lOCMOa> LUNG TUMOR THAT AFFECTED TWO LOBES. FRECKLES AND BIS FRIENDS HOW DOTOU LIKE THE MEW HAIRDO JUME AT«> MuMPH i INVENTED, CAD? By MerriB IT LOOKS UKEIT WAS DOAEWn>4 AM EGO BEATER / fe Tier SOMEJHINS .JUNE/. PRISCILL.VS POP NORTT MEEKLE By Dick Cavaltt TWO DIM65, FENN JB6/THQBB BUTTONS ANDA BOTTLBCAB CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie THE- ROLLED-l/P PAMPHLET POLICE HAD FOUND MUST'VE HAD A CLUE TO THE CAR. THIEF'S IPEMTITV. THAT'* WHAT DP£ET HIM! THEM WHY WASN'T HE IDEM- TIFIED LOMS AGO? THEV'P HftP IT TWO VEAK5'. 0)p DESCRIBE TH' BOOKLET; FELLA? 5A1P IT VMS A PUBLISHERS LIST; LIKE » FOUND IN BOOK5TALL& ALL OVEREUGLANP DID YOU GET HIS CAR LICENSE* COULD rr'VE BEEN THE STOLEN ONE« REPAIMTEPf KO-.-'E RODS A BICVCLE1 1 WATCHEP FROM TH' 'ILL •E TURNED ONTO CHEP- DIMSTON ROAD MONTH AFTER THE CAR. STOLEN IT-WA5 FOUND NEAR TROON'* HOMEl THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom ,¥»»»«*« maBs jf"~ . -==7s5§Ste x *' „•********"*«*««.-: »^» *«»r»«*»«*t«**^r > ^^"Jrf'^fc Tt ALLEY OOP By V. T. IF PR.WONMUG f YGOfT ME, DOESN'T HAVE V OOOLAi A TELECASTING MACHINE, HOW IS HE IN THERE? WELL, DO THEY/ I PUNNO.. KNOW WE CAM ( LETS FIND SEE THEM? _X OUT.' eOOD HEAVENS' THERE! Y'SEE? CIVILIZATION'S A GREAT THINS. AIN'T IT? o IMS h NU, h.. T.U. i... u.i r.i. OH.. OUT OCR WAY—By J. R. Williams AND BESIDES, PEOPLE ARE ALWAYS ASKIN' HAVE YOU GOT A MATCH.' •AAINDS ME OF LOADlW TH'WOOD BOX EVERY DAY AT GRAN'PA'S.' WHY DOKTr YOU JUST • PUT A WHOLE BOX IN YOUR POCKET EVERY MORNING? BORM FIFTY YEARS TOO 6OOKI OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople E6AD,TW!G65 1 YCU SHOULD HA\'E S£EN ROCKY BE THE HEAMY eAS-n-HE'^ THE /HOST APT ^ SILK, THE 6TUDENT OP PUGILISM I've £V£K TUTORED.' \ShV HE • PROMOTER, SRASPfDTHE BASIC PR'NiC'PLSS 0- tE.'E=vA5E- I^STASiTLV.'F MA30P? I'LL vSET H'^'A A TONE -'JP BO'JT 2'JiT ^i -~OC< AS t Cf M ^ H£ 6 LOCAT6 A 5J;TA3LE WANLY ART 16 A BiT DOKV.A^T Ki6HT EEN Ab AS b!X-DAY RAC

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