Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 7, 1965 · Page 12
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JUNE 7, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Tuesday, June 8 "Trie wise man controls liis destn-.y . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21 — Apr. 191: Time to do some listening. Don't rush into battle without a shield. Some associates may be envious. Keep guard up ... follow sensible course of action. TAURUS (Apr. 20 — May 20): Try to find new ways of presenting services, product. Old methods may not suffice. Daring experiment could help. Others ;ire receptive so give your best. GEMINI i May 21—June 20): Your intuitive intellect now comes to forefront. Creative activity favored. Hold fast t o prin- : ciples. Don't be swayed by one' v.'ithou' faith. Much in y o u r favor. Key is patience! ; CANCER (June 21 — July; 2y i: You can ask questions — , and obtain answers. Don't be' shy! Probe, examine. Tiy var-; ious methods. Good for contacts.; Avoid superficial attitude. Unu- < stial discovery possible. I LKO r/filly 23 — Aug. 22i: Oh-j t;.in valid hint from today's' ::n5K:fT message. Be versatile Invest!t;?te nncl experiment. Keep r.iir.d open. Associate c^n help. Listen. Da" to iearrt. VIRGO -Aug. 2X ... jtapt 22 >: 1' ftrr.un-ent arises concerning: rewavc" or sp°df.l crerli', evr-l press-, your side of story. But do j BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 7 4 AJ9 V 9 7 5 • K J93 + A95 WEST EAST 463 48752 VAQ632 * 108 • 762 •Q854 + 642 + K73 SOUTH (D) 4KQ104 East Pass • A 10 + Q J 108 Both vulnerable South West North 1 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Opening lead— -V 3 his partner four heart tricks assuming that the three of hearts was fourth best of five. Is there an absolutely safe way to play the hand? Yes! South can count eight tricks in top cards and can go after the ninth in diamonds in such a way that he can keep East out of the lead. The play is to get that ninth trick by means of a ^ diamond finesse against East. You don't care if this finesse loses or not because West can't hurt you if he gets in the lead Therefore you enter dummy with a spade at trick two and take that diamond finesse by leading the three spot and finessing your ten This gives you tnrec diamonds in addition to your four spades, one heart and one club. Quick Quiz Q_Who was the only southern member of Congress who re- be j fused to secede with his state at By JACOBY & SON ThLs week's articles will devoted to the American Bridget the outbreak of the Civil War? „ A ... , i A— Sen. Andrew Johnson from Teachers Association and some 8258 10-20 T II — beauty in jo lime' The youthful sheath is r.r-.h ion's Javorite for all uro iiid wear. No. 8258 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. typical teachers 1 lesson hands, The ideal hand fora bridge Tennessee. Q—What lDffov T uo do the letters IHS it so no iviisuncserstarjcUng re-I Bust 31 to 40. Size 12 32 bust, suits. Avoid over-emotionalism. . .and remember Golden Rule. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22^: Cycle continues high. P e o p le display desire to be friendly. You can cement friendships. Do so. Minor concessions now >• e- sleeveless, 2% yards of 45-inch. To order, send 50c 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, « more normal raise to three no- 1 are trump. Q—On what continent Sixteen points opposite 13 , marsupials to be found? should produce nine tricks with-1 A—All marsupials, with the out any trouble but after South ; exception of the opossums o wins the heart opening with his! America and a few others, make suit .'P major gain later. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. l address with zip code, style No. 21): Stress perceptivehess. Look land size. beyond surface indications. Dig j Send 50c today for the Spring deep for information. Obtain|& Summer '65 issue of Basic hint from today's Libra m e s-1 FASHION our complete pattern sage. Much activity behind the! magazine, scenes. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — Dec. 21): Dynamic member of opposite sex may show unusual Interest. Be aware of responsibilities, resolutions. Stimulat- jack he can see a good chance for 12 or even 13 tricks if he can attack clubs successfully. Then South should note that he has contracted for nine tricks. He must look around for a sure way to make nine He can see that if East holds the king of clubs and gets in the lead with it he can return a heart and give their home only in Australia and nearby regions. Your intuitive intellect comes to forefront. Trusit inner feelings. Share knowledge. Learn b y teaching. One you trust may confi:!e problem. Be understand- Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 2 V Pass 4 • Pass 3V 4V Pass Pass Pass 4* Pass ing day! Finish basic tasks be- i ng . Follow Golden Rule, fore you relax. j o o a CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. I if today is your birthday 19): Stick to beliefs. To falter how would prove costly. Hang tight others may be testing you. Cooperation in company forth ous. you are creative and determined. You may appear self- centc.red to some, but in reality, you are dedicated and gener- Feta. Genpral tendencies: Cycle projects^ wins allies. Put extra effort. AQUARIUS fJan. 20 — 18): Good lunar aspect high-! high for Libra, Scorpio, "sagit- lights long - range progress, itanus. Special word to Taurus: Break through maze of red tape, m any legal question . . . best Don't be misled by individual I to consult expert. with lack of imagination. PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): You, South, hold: AKQJ2 VA104 •32*A654 What do you do? A — Bid five spades. You want to show that you have the king of spades and a sound hand. Your partner may need to know this for a grand slam. Naturally this hand is not coinc to play in spades. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continues to six clubs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Hudson, 0., Cadet No. 1 Man of Class WEST POINT, N.Y. (AP) — Cadet Daniel W. Christman, 22 of Hudson, Ohio, has been named the No. 1 man in the 596 man graduating class of Wes Point. Former President Dwight D Eisenhower, at West Point fo his 50th class reunion, sough out Christman Friday an praised him for achieving the highest academic average in th 1965 class. State Aid Available For New Airports LANSING (AP) — Communi ties developing new airport with sod runways now will b eligible for state matching fund for land acquisition, the Aeronautics Commission says. The new matching program only will affect publicly-owned and used airports. BEN CASE? By Meal HAVE A7UXEOO, HAVENT YOU IT FOR A NIGHT? l YOU'RE RIGHT, JEFF. I COULD I SQUEEZE AMMF NOTICED HIS PA/-PREAMING. SURE, IN EXCHANGE FOR AN EXPLANATION FOR WHY YOU'RE ACTING SO HUHM AROUND HERE LATELY? IF IT WERE ANVONE KIT BEN CASEX I't> PROBABLY DIAGNOSE THE SVMPTOWS AS...AH...IAAPENWN6UW INFATUATIONUS rinrT.M. »«j. U.S. f«». OH By MerriD BkMMf FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS BUTYOUO BETTER. GO OVER. AMD MELPMIM PULLTHE POLE OUT/ I WAS P.IGHT— LARD MISHT BE TOO HEAVY* FOR THIS EVENT— PRISCILL.VS POP By Al V«r NOW WMERE '•\ 1*3 TMAT PLY? By Dick Cavaltt FOE A MINUTE I THOJ0KT IHAP A TBU- MY <#3ANPCHILOI2eN 7HATWAe»OUerA PEBBLE ITHQ5WTHATHIT YOLlCNTOeHeAP. , FALUN©/ He-s^yie FALUN0.' I MORTY MEEKLE CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie 1 SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox <TSF, DAILY GLOBB WANT-ADS BUGS BUNNY FIGURE SOME WAV I DREAD TODAY, GUV'NORl IT'S MY TURN TO T' MAKE A GAME OUT O 1 TH' UOB AN'YOU'LL ENJOY ITJ IDEA, GUVNOR 1 CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner MV WORPr ^ VE&.,,1T E*CEEPEP MY MR. SMOLLETT,,. \EXPECTATlONSNOENDl AS FOR YOUR FIRST \ONE RATHER UNCOUTH CHAP FftLSB STEP YOU ^ IN THE GROUP PUT IT. PICKEP A WHOPPER1 tr WAS ALL SO UNREAL TO WE WEAN* A -AUL THAT THREE MILLION QUID WE'LL WET! LIKE THE AMUSING RRITISH CIN BIS WILL STIR UP SUCH WHERE PKECISION-DWLLEP BANDS / IT MU&T A RUOPV REACTION TH 1 ROB THE BAHK OF ENGLflNK/SEEW REAL TO THOSE WHO GOT 30 YEARS FOR Ttf JOB SUM WAV SOON BE ON OUR'KLSi PROFESSOR! MUCH TICKLE WIIL PUT TH' SCREAM, TOO HIGH! THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom VET'S HOPE A SDLUTtoMRK THOSE Miwures SPENF AT THE WATP COOLER. EACH PAY, "Clarence was a happy man until par came into his life!" Painters Answer to Previous Puzzle What's so terrible about not recognizing my own daughter en she meets us away from home/ She doesn't have a telephone clamped to her head!" ACROSS 1 Rembrandt Rijn 4 Gainsborough's "Blue -—" 7 Peered 9 French impressionist 11 Pierre Auguste 12 Egg dish 14 Finish 15 Desert dweller 17 Tutelary god (Roman) 18 Goddess (Latin) 19 Reverential fear 20 Unclose (poet.) 21 Metal dross 23 Flying mammal 26 Sorrow 27 Tiny 29 Spook 31 Coarse sacking 33 Dawn goddess 34 Subject o£ Attila 35 Number 37 Thin 40 River in Switzerland 41 Primate 43 Clamp 45 56 (Roman) ' 46 Spanish painter 48 Depot (ab.) 49 Flavor (var.) 51 Painter of George Washington 54 Ice pinnacle 55 Critical judgment 56 Scottish cap 57 Born DOWN 1 Willful destroyer 2 Nitrogen (comb, form) 3 Non cst inventus (ab.)' 4 Destructive device 5 United 6 Lemon color (pi.) 7 Hereditary factors 8 Sketch 9 Extinct bird 10 Special container 11 Color 13 Woody perennial 16 Southern Confederate (ab.) 19 Emissary 22 Barley beard 24 Era ana QIll-JLJ ALLEY OOP By V. T. 25 Fulcrum for an 38 Handled oar 39 Saltpeter (var.) 28 Organ of sight 42 Time gone by 30 Chemical suffix 44 Caress 31 Tropical fruit 46 South Pacific island 47 Grampul 50 Mouths 52 Brown tint (pi.) 32 Unfasten, as steel plate 34 Dutch painter 36 Negative vote 53 Employ MY GOODNESS, ALLEY, IS THAT A TELEVISION STATION? I DUNNO ABOUT TH' TELEVISION PART, BUT I PO kNOW A SPACE-CRAFT WHEN I SEE ONE ...PROB'LY A / MARS? BUNCH OF I WHERE'S GOOKS FROMV THAT? MARS.' OH, ITS UP IN TH 1 SKY SOME PLACE.. Y'CAN'T 6EE IT IN TH' DAYTIME WAIT HERE...I'LL SUP UP AN' HAVE A LOOK AT THESE MONSTERS IMS k, NIA, I... T.M. I... U?l. »•». w OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams NEWSPAPER ENTERPB1SE ASSN, WHERE'LL t LOOK? 1 PONT KNOW WHERE ME HANGS OUT/ WHY MOTHERS GET GRAY OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople •THIS PIECE HASM 6 AH .'ANY REASONED - )} PUBLICIST ^STAY'S IN THE BACKGROUND TO PERMIT HIS <SUB3ECT TO 6ET THE FULL •SPOTLIGHT STEMTOTHIS K3H-. 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