Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 21, 1965 · Page 28
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Thursday, July 22 "The wise man controls his destiny . Astrology points the way." ARIF.fc (Mar. 21-Apv. 19): Fine now for giving, receiving gift You are able to accurately size up possibilities. Favorable for balancing budget, reviewing finances. Important contribution by fani'l> member indicated. TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20): You can nov-' promote personal interest? Cycle high. Ge r . credit, for accomplishments. Be s u v c of appearance, .'acrs. Speak and act with confidence. Others want to be Impressed. OEM7NI (May 21-June 20': No time to become involved in questionable schemes. Adhere to principles Obtain necessary privacy Think through plans,; ideas. You could obtain answers to puzzling questions. Be recep-j live! | CANCER (June 21-July 22): Make new friends, influence people. Obtain hint from Aries! message. Find out where you stand in special deal or relation-, ship. Be frank. Share knowl-' edge. You learn much by teach- j ing. ; LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Take 1 initiative Obtain hint from 1 Taurus message. Cooperate in community activity. Let others, view your brilliant personal-1 ity! Prestige can now rise quite ! high : VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 221: Accent communications. Cem e n t relation? with those at a distance Write and call. Give of yourself—through creative en-! deavors Don't be backward; where self-expression is c o n - j cerned i LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Im-; portant you get accounts in or-' der. Check expenses with mate or partner. Be aware of hidden i factors. Strive for knowledge I where money is concerned. Get what you pay for. Be perceptive. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Obtain hint from today's Libra message. Go out to public places. Cooperate with mate or partner. Check legal quest ions. Show that you aie not afraid of the unknown. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22-D e C. 31): Some change 1 ? may be required in work routine Be alert to new ideas, streamlined methods. Get sufficient rest tonight. Avoid carelessness where diet, general health are c o n- cerned. CAPRICORN (Pec. 22-J a n 19): Fine opportunity to m a k e constructive domestic adjustments. Display affec t i o n. I Emerge from emotional shell! . . ..express yourself. Excellent! BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 4 A!) 2 V K J 8 <» • AQ4 *KJ2 21 WEST EAST AQ1054 *J876 ¥ None V Q 10 5 2 4972 • 10 863 + 10987 64 *5 SOUTH (D) 4 K 3 V A9763 * K J 5 *AQ3 South West North East t N.T. Pass 6 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—* 10 were «hlc to hold East to one heart trick and make the slam ' Oswald: "Was this hand supposed '0 be an introduction to safety plays?" Jim: "It was." Oswald: "We might as well point out that the king of hearts play insured four heart tricks against any adverse holding in fhe suit. Since South only needed four heart tricks the play had to be correct. If he needed five heart tricks the best play would be to start with his ace." Quick Quiz Q—What is the oldest city in the Western Hemisphere? A—Santo Domingo, founded in 1496. Q—What is the average speed of the jack rabbit? A—Between 35 and 45 miles an hour. Q—Who were the first reigning British monarchs to visit the , , , , » ., . _,• i United States? Jim .lacoby starts today sdis-! A _ In 1939i King Oeorge VI L ' u ^ lon i and Queen Elizabeth crossed on- Jim -I have a couple of po- to American soil from Canada cntiai bridge geniuses in my at Niagara Falls, NY current intermediate class. Here! _ ib a hand I gave the class to' Qr what sut) stance is famous FLUFF!'! - A kitten in the bid and every North-South pa iri ^° r ^s unique property of Chang- bathroom that is so soft and had no trouble reaching six no- U1 B from a solid directly into By JACOBY & SON fluffy—the ideal hiding place for trump after each South player gas? A—Dry ice. that extra roll of bathroom tis- opened one no-trump in spite 1 sue! Crochet this pet in easy of the five-card heart suit and' ' stitches! each North counted 18 points 1 Skateboards Set Off Pattern No. 5116-N has full and jumped right to six. ^fnro Rnrnlnr Al«r crochet directions; stitch illus- Oswald: "Pretty good bidding J ' ure Dur 9' ar AM arm strations. . for any group but really difficult FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. To order, send 35c in coins to: , if you neve taught standard no-: (AP)— Police raced to a cloth- Anne Cabot, | trump bidding. Did anyone find ing store Sunday #hen the bur- Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive Chicago, 111. 60607 the safety play?" ! g'a 1 ' alarm sounded, as it had Jim: "I helped the group a done several times in recent | little by telling them to study For Ist-class mailing add lOc i the nanc ' carefully and to plan for each pattern. Print name, tlleir w ' lole P la y from the very address with zip code, style No. beginning " and size. Oswald: "I would be afraid Send 50c now for your new '65 i tllat J' 0 '-" n ' ttle speech would en Fall and Winter Album! Regular features: custom collection: items to crochet, knit, stitch! time for creative endeavors. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18i: You could meet stubborn resistance if you over try. Means indirect route is best Utilize diplomacy. Be unique in approach. Have facts at hand in case you! are called on to explain. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Stimulating discussion w i t h friend and neighbor indicated. Make known your views. Item you possess may prove invaluable asset. Good time for corres-j poiidence in connection with! home or hobby. o <> o If today is, your birthday . . . you are independent in ' your views, and have the ability to make important decisions. « * o General tendencies: Cycle high for Taurus, Gemini, Cancer. Special word to Capricorn: Avoid quarrels with friends who could be overly emotional. courage most of the players to lay down the ace of hearts:" Jim- "Most of them did, but two worked out the safety play in hearts and played the king from dummy whereupon they BUGS BUNNY THIS PEM IS ONLY A DOLLAR AN' IT WRITES UNDER j WATER! I'LLTWY IT...ICAN USE A LAUGH! I -CAN'T HOW ABOUT SELLJN'^ weSL YA A PEN, EL/AER? j ^THE PARK! EH,TRY THIS ONE...A\AYBE IT DOESN'T CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner The echo doesn't come back, 'Yes Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 4 Dble. 2 • Pass Pass Dble. 3 * Pass Pass ? You, South, hold: *A Q 7 6 *K J 8 6 43 +K 9 4 Z What do you do? A—Pass. You have doubled twice and your partner has not seen fit to bid. TODAY'S QUESTION West passes over your double and your partner bids two no- trump. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow weeks. As before, everything was serene, even to the youngsters skateboarding by. Then police found the vibrations of the skateboards on the sidewalk set off the sensitive alarm. 2 Railroads Ordered To Install Signals LANSING (AP)-The Public Service CommisEion has ordered the Chesapeake and Ohio and Grand Trunk railroads to install flashing linht signals at their crossing with 10th Street in Port Huron. The commission said the new safety protection is needed because the street is a main crossing providing access to the Blue Water Bridge. Flint Youth Is Killed FLINT (AP)—James R. Dye, 19, of Flint, died Tuesday when the car in which he was a passenger missed a curve on a Genesee County road and rolled over several times. SIDE GLANCES—By Gil) Fox >« b, NU. l n . T.M. «,, U.S. f|i. Oil. "Donna has the soul of a romantic. She can listen to a seashell and hear Lawrence Welk!" Exotic Viands Answer to Previous Puzzle lolvl ACROSS 1 Salted roe 7 Alligator (pl.) 12 Feminine name 13 Lawful 14 Delicacy from Europe 15 Rugged cresl 16 Lime tree 17 Downpour 19 Gloomy 20 Rascals (dial.) 23 Mot spring •25 Jellied 26 Pueblo Indian 30 Readied, as vca for eating 32 Funereal composition 33 Spirited horse 34 soup 35 Communists 16 On the ocean 18 Noun suffix 19 Coloring in Indian curry 12 Wooden pin 45 Trim 46 Lamb .cut 49 Possessed 51 Injuries 53 Throw, as a . javelin 54 Trifle, as small gem 58 Flower 56 Oklahoma Indians DOWN 1 Preserve, as country ham 2 Made active 3 Stringed instrument I Sick 5 Agitated 6Repin, as a plank 8 Always icontr.) 9 Lifetimes 10 Proportion i Latin) u Winter 12 Abraham's nephew iBih.) 18 Those in office 21 birds 22 Mix 23 Soviet republics lab.) 24 dc foic gras 27 hearts 28 Eye amorously 29 Prophet 31 Analyze 32 Submontane i India) 34 Seesaws .16 Exist 37 Italian colored glass 40 Below 41 Topping, as on French pastry 42 Hawaiian jam 43 Female sheep ipl.) 44 Insect 47 Individuals 48 Sibilant sound 50 Night before an event 52 New Mexico Indian BEN CASEY THE BLESSING OF ANOTHER TWO YEARS OF PRODUCTIVE LIFE.WMK SIFT TOME.PR.CASEylCAN/S ANXONE,MORE THAN 1, APPRECIATE THIS MIRACLE? VOU PARERYOU RISKED, WU WERE STRONG, AMP SURE. PERHAPS MY WORK IN THE FUTURE WILt BE WORTH/ EFFORT,I HOPE SO. By Neal Adam» PR. BEN CASEV TONGUE-TIEP? BLUSHING? AMD SLIGHTLY MOIST AROUND THE EYES? 8 1H» > r NtA. IK.T.M. >«g. U.S. M. Ofr. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser NO, HE SAYS ITS A MATTER OF PRINCIPLE — MY FATHER. WON'T LET ME HAVE ANY RECORDS BY THE LIKE" THEIR MSI EW? PRISCILLA'S POP By AI Vermeer WHY DO WE HAVE THE ONLY HOUSE IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD WITH MICE?-' ANOTHER /; / MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavilli HAD AVSZ/HAPPy UNTIL M^PACTLAND CAMBALON&. ANVBOP/5IOC IN MONTHS. UTTLE&tOZ CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner MY PREAM/HEV, LOOK 1 . KOONTZ WAITEP OF A FABULOUS FOR TH 1 KALLIKAKS OUTS1PE.,. ART BARGAIN V AW SHATTEREP V av KOOUTZ: CALLING 'EM FAKES i „ VE6! MY COUSIM OLIWi WHOM VOU MEAM ^| I LOATHE, HA£ A BIRTHDAY AFTER ALL I SOOM. THIS HORROR \$ DEM INSULTS.V JUST THE GIFT HE DESERVES VOU'LL PAVJ6 FOR DIS'W ? m <•:* I'LL DROP IM OFTEN. UNEXPECTEDLY T GOSH. MR. 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