Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 5, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, June 5, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, HONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1965. Your Horoscope Sydney Omorr Sunday, June 6 ''The wise man controls h i s destiny , . . Astrology points the way/' '" ARIES (Mar. 21 — Apr 19U Day to avoid excess. Strive for balance between study and recreation. Doubt, confesi o n may enter picture. Your ideas valid ... but they require development. Spiritual advisor can help. TAURUS (Apr. 20 — May 20i; Avoid lumping to conclusions, emotions appear to rule logic now. Key is responsibility, restraint. Maintain sense of timing. Highlght perceptiveness. GEMINI ('May L>1 — June -'0>: Extra vitality indicated in day filled v.'ith activity. People around you Tend to go to extremes . . . may confess problems to you. Teach. Offer love, understanding. CANCER (June 2i — July 22): One who urges sudden journey may not be »ware of all'the facie. Goal might be reached without taking trip Check for any errors in plans. Be throueh. articulate. LP.O (July 23 — Aug. 22); Emphasis on finances, personal ties, '/our hunch could be cor-j reel. Friend of former days duel to make re-appearance. Be mature . . . but live for future Attend church of choice. VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 22): You tend to be impulsive, impatient. Much seems to be happening at once. Day is k e y noted by activity Catch your breath! Fine for spiritual gain. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): Hold reins steady Much seems to twist and change circumstances. Keep goal in sight. Behind-scenes activity appears extraordinary. S t i c k to p r in- siples! SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. 21) If friends argue, try to remain neutral. If money question arises, check out facts Key is travel, variety. Permit intellectual curiosity full play. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — Dec. 21): Many now make taiown their views Tack seems to be missing. People around you are blunt. Heed your own counsel. Stand tall. Accent fairness. Give attention to family. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22—Jan. 19): Forces are scattered. Ride with the tide. Don't force issues. Think twice about letters, phone calls. Plan for tomorrow. B e alert, observant and aware. AQUARIUS (Jan 20 — Feb. 18): Day features discovery. You learn. May involve important family matter Be realistic. Don't mix business with pleasure. Remain calm if dsagree- SHIRTWAIST CHARM — A carefully tailored shirtwaist dress in a wide size range, with front buttoning and a neat set-in belt. No. 8167 with PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42. 44, 46, 48. Bust 36 to 50. Size 36. 38 bust, 434 yards of 35 or 39- inch. To order, send SOc in coins to: Sue Burnett, 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. Exciting, Inspiring, informative—the Spring & Summer '65 issue of our pattern book Basic Fashion. Just SOc. x „ ment arises. ' • ; PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): Your views may be disputed. Sudden changes indicated. O b- tairi hint from today's Aquarius message. Remember .. there are two sides to every question <r A * If today is your birthday . . . you are a sensitive, intelligent individual ... but you tend to attract people who take advantage of you. i * * * • General tendencies: Explosive ties in spotlight. Largest living rodent is South America's capybara, which weighs as much as 100 pounds and sometimes is four feet long. BUGS BUNNY CARMVAL-By Dick Tvner BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH A982 + QJ75 AK7 V • * 5 « J10 7 S 4K1032 EAST 4QJ109 V 10 6 « K 6 5 +9864 SOUTH (D) AA8.12 VAKQJ74 Bolh vulnerable West North East V Pass 1N.T. Pass V Pass Pass Pass Opening toad—• i. By JACOBY & SON Some players just refuse to follow suit with an honor when Q—The bidding has been: South West North But 16 Pass 2 V Pass 3V Pass 4* Pass ? You, South, hold: 4KQJ2 VA104 »32 +A«54 What do you do? A—Bid torn heart* only. Ttt« expect that your partner will continue, but yon have already shown heart support and an opening hid. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid four hearts and your partner goes to four spades. What do you do now? Answer Monday Quick Quiz they hold a low card in that suit. One* in a while this habit is going to cost a valuable trek. If North and South had bid toi three no-trump or if West had opened a low diamond, there would be no story. Three no- trump is ther.e in top cards but without the jack of diamonds opening South would have had to play for four hearts. East won the first trick with his king of diamonds after the deuce was played from dummy and South automatically dropped his four spot. East returned a diamond and South won with his queen. Had South had just taken time to think, he would have dropped the queen of dia- mons under East's king and eventually, would have made two diamond tricks by the simple expedient of finessing against West's ten. South drew three rounds of trumps. West discarded the five of diamonds to tell his partner that South did not hold it. South played his ace of spades and West gave the contract right back. He hung on to his king. Smith's next play was to cash the ace of clubs and then he led a second spade. West was,in with the king and led out the king of clubs. South recovered from his bad play at trick one. He decided that West did not hold any more spades and discarded one spade loser on the king of clubs, whereupon West had to lead to dummy in either diamonds or clubs and allow South to get rid of his other spade loser. Q—What was the total damage to the forests by the New England hurricane of September, 1938? A—About half of the timber in the hurricane path was blown down, totaling 3 billion feet on GOO..OOO acres of forest land Q—What famous newspaper had only one issue? A—"Publick O c c u r r e nces Both Foreign and Domestick" —the first newspaper published in the American colonies. The Boston paper was suppressed after the first issue. Q—What is the meaning of the name Ruth? A—Ruth is a Hebrew name meaning beauty. A Daily Thought These also are sayings of the wise. Partiality in judging is not good.—Proverbs 24:23. In the American design— as we perceive it—each group in our nation has special problems. None has special rights. Each has peculiar needs. None has peculiar privilges.—Dwight D. Sienhower. Number of Doctors In Nation Increases CHICAGO (AP)—Despite addition of fewer physicians to the medical ranks last year than in 1963, the nation's doctor population at the start of this year was up slightly, to 284,271 licensed physicians. The current Journal of the American Medical Association reported physicians newly licensed last year totaled 7,911 compared with 8,283 in 1963. The statue of Abraham Lincoln in Washington's Lincoln Memorial is 19 feet high from head to foot. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "Surely, young man, you've heard of drip-dries?" Flowery Pu«U ACROSS 1 Garden (lower • Flower from Holland 1! Cylindrical 12 Harangues 14 Ascended ISManifert K Lariat 17 Rent JftUdyUtente in Arts (ab.) 30 Onager 21 Floral emblem of England 24 Steep in gravy 260eeM movement 90 Brew •SI Point 32 Legal point 13 Island (Fr.) M Mariner's direction K Hostelry M Dibbles M Pacific turmeric afrftalian community 40 Gotten 43 Type of landing craft 44 Oat 8 Newest V Genus of willows . 10 Enclosures, as for swine 11 Paving substance 13 Female saint (ab.) 19 Fall flowers 20 Entreaty 21 Incursion 22 Spanish jar 23 Percolate slowly 41 Desert garden 25 French stream spots 27flag 28 Small notch 29 Theow 37 Infirm raauH cntjaH ana BOB USQEi HOH aaa eaara uaoa 38 Everlasting (poet.) 43 Keen 44 Arrival (»b.) 45 Important personage (slang) 46 Always 48 Solar disk 49 Pause 50 Powerful explosive 52 Emcee Sullivan and namesake* 53 Middling (comb, form) UAuctralua marsupial 54 Sintered 55 Masculine appellation •Iron STKshauited DOWN fairy J Operatic auto 3 Cuddle 4 Pilfer * Oriental coin • • Spinning toy I Soviet ' BEN CASEY By NMt BX THE VAX THE BEAW> STAYS OFF IT WASN'T SUCH A DIFFICULT PECISIOM AFTER AUL. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By McrriD DOING ME TO WALK f MY MUSBAND \S A FOR WORK! 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Williams • OL'K BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Booplt M.V WORD, AC£,VOUHAVE I'M AAAKIWG A LIST OF BOOKS IWAWT YOU TO REAP THIS 5UMMER-- THERE'5 WO SEMSE JM VOLJR LARSINS IWTO A MEW1AL BLACKOUT DUKIWa VACA- TIOKJ.' I KWOW eOLPIE POE5 A LOT OF REAPING PUKIW<3 THE SUMMER MONTHS... OKAY—BUT WHILE YOU'RE AT IT YOU MIGHT AS WELL LOOKUP A SUMMER REPLACEMEMT FOR ME TO DO THE 6KASS CUTTING <5ARA<SE CLEAWIM', AKJPOTHER CHORES, UKE <5OLPIE'S MOTHER POES/ IF YOU'RE <3OWMA PAT- TERM MY SUMMER AFTER HIS, IT'S OWLY FAIR TO "MA30R HOOPLE.MOTEOMACCOUNTINS ' ~\^rrT7^^^L * \ /Ifll ' affl flft /fit *. ANDPHILAM- „ ', HAS Ol5C(NERED/ir>J6TO SCREAlv I

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