Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 8, 1965 · Page 12
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Wednesday, June 9 "The wise man controls li i s flestiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21 — Apr. 19>: Agreement indicated which sat- 'sfies opposing forces. Your view likely to prevail. Express yourself in original manner. Break from the crowd. Situation due to improve from recent legal effprt. TAURUS (Apr. 20 — May 20 >: Time to finish jobs previously started. Offer cooperation to co-workers. Avoid d i s - putes. Calm attitude a necessity. Get work done early. Re'.ax at home tonight. GEMINI (May 21 — June 20i: Forces appear scattered. Make changes if necessary. Realize alternative methods might produce better results. Time to polish up youi sales and con;act effort. CANCER (June 21 — July 22): Avoid excess shyness. Don't be pushed into a corner. Means express plans, ideas. Get d e :ails, instructions straight. B e ONE SIZE (2-3-4) 2876-H COOL SKIMMER! — A cool skimmer that opens out flat for stand tail. You'll! easy laundering! The little lady BRIDGE BY JACOBY WEST NORTH 41054 *76 • A96 + AQ932 EAST AK97 AJ862 V K Q J 8 4 V 10 9 2 • J83 410742 + 76 *K5 SOUTH (D) 4AQ3 VA53 «KQ5 *J1084 South West North East 1N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—V K By JACOBY & SON Mrs. Herbert Wales of Dallas, a former president of the American Bridge Teachers' Association believes hand should tricks before he can gather in his nine. South can insure that this won't happen by the simple 'expedient of ducking the first two rounds of hearts. He can do this safely because West can't shift to any suit that will embarrass him. So he lets West hold the first two heart tricks and wins the third. Then he tries the club finesse and East is in with the king. Eas 1 : does not have a heart left so he shifts to a spade finesse. He can count nine tricks without It and he has contracted to take only nine tricks. Later he can try for a tenth trick by leading a spade from dummy after first cashing all the clubs and diamonds. He won't make this tenth trick but he has nothing to lose by trying for it, after he has made certain of his contract. Quick Quiz Q—What is the origin of the that a teaching i term "scot free"? be simple and | A—In medieval England, straight forward so that today's I "scot" was a municipal tax as- meet with sessed according to ability to pay. To "get off scot free" was hand should really her approval. The first point of interest is North's three no-trump response to his partner's opening no- specific . . . ;arn respect! LEO (July 23 — Aug. 221: bias-tape and rick rack trim- j show his five card club suit be- Your kind of day! There is so-'ming! cial activity, creative re-j Pattern No. surgence. Be alive, vital. O b -! sue—sizes 3-4-5 will be pleased with the gay j trump. North has no reason to i show his five card club suit be> cause no-trump must offer the to be freed from having to pay any of the tax. The term now denotes exemption from any punishment, loss or penalty. Q—C'an any birds walk easily on snow. tain hint from today's C a ncer: iron transfer for trims; full cli-j lead of the king of hearts and message. Know that you a r e j rections._ attractive and use your special j "' ;alents! ! VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 12): Things are looking up.! Obtain hint from today's Aries j message. Make concessions . . . j 2876-H has tis-! best play for game. j A—When autumn comes, ptarinclusive: hot-j West has a normal opening j migan and some other species of grouse grow appendages on their toes which act as snowshoes in winter. Q—were income taxes levied durind the Civil War? A—Yes, both the North and South levied income taxes. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S. Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc reconcile differences where they for each pattern. Print name, lave existed. Think, and move address with zip code, style No. ahead. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): Read fine print Don't put cash in line until Look before facts are you leap! clear. Fine and size. Send 50c now for your new '65 Spring-Summer album! Regular features; Custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! day for checking records, get- making South can see that he must attack clubs. If the club finesse works he can count five clubs, three diamonds and the two major suit aces for 10 tricks. If it fails he can still count nine tricks provided his opponents aren't unkind enough to take five aware of promises, responsibil- ting needed privacy, plans for future. I ity. Keep communication lines SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — 'Nov. open. Now possible to get c o n- 21): Cycle moving up. Results , tacts which provide key to larg- sbtained from past efforts. Now er success in the future. you come out of emotional shell j PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): and shake off tendency to be • Discussion of business affairs lethargic More in your favor j appears on horizon. Have opti- v ,han you might imagine. | mistic attitude. Situation will SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — [brighten. Obtain hint from to- Dee. 21): Expand sphere o f day's Gemini message. There Dperations. Stress c r e a tivity. i are other ways. Don't follow crowd. Instead, leadj f » » and set good example. Share! if today is your birthday . , . "knowledge. Gain indie a t e d : you have ability to understand through written word. land help people. You are atV CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. , tracted to fields of law and 19): Hopes, wishes can now be medicine, fulfilled if you take initiative. | * * <r Express ideas , . . then put them i General tendencies: Cycle to work* Be a self-starter today, ihigh for Scorpio, Sagittarius. Don't wait for others to lead. AQUARIUS (Jan. '.8): Your prestige 20 — Feb. Special word to Gemini: The >T , "It's almost impossible to buy a uift for Uncle Everett. He «•*""• wear* « tie I" Q — The bidding has been: South West North East 2V 4 * 4* 3 V 4V 54 Pass Pass Pass Pass 6+ Pass Pass Pass Pass You, South, hold: *KQJ2 VA104 «32 *A654 What do you 'do? A — Yon 'don't exactly know •what your partner is up to but you should bid six no-trump. This contract should be safe and if he wants to bid seven hearts you are perfectly happy about that contract. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of responding two hearts your partner responds two diamonds. You rebid to two spades and he bids three diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Trout Creek Personals Mr. and Mrs. David DeVowe Jr. and children, Bergland, spent a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. David DeVowe Sr. Uno Heikkala, Mrs. Urho Heikkala and girls were recent callers in Ontonagon. Mr. and Mrs. David Walls and children, Cedar Springs, spent a weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Walls and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Pittsley. Mr. and Mrs George Casten, Kalamazoo, visited at the Floyd Mclntyre home recently. Mr. and Mrs. Richard B e n - nett, Kenton, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bennett, Sidhaw, were recent callers here. Mr. and Mrs John Matthews and daughter, Medford, W i s ., visited Mrs. Emma Kanone n and Mr. and Mrs. John Sjogren for a few days. BEN CASEY I I'VE BEEN ACTING GOING TO MEET A 6IRLI HAVEM'T SEEN FOR A LONG TIME, IF THAT'S WHAT you /WEAN. SHE AND 1... M*M* AROUND HERE LATELY? I'D SAY CIVILIZED IS MORE THE WORD WOULDN'T X*), JEFF? ARE XXJ FEELING ALL RIGHT. BEN ? I%S * NU. he. TH *» H*. ty. OH FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS HE FOUND A LEFT-HANDED MONKEY/ HAS BEEN DOING RESEARCH- REMEMBER THAT OLD GA3 LEFT-HANDED • mt i> NO. he. m !•» ui.rg.eft PRISCILLA'S POP NO WONDER'.'. SHE GETS ALL As r WHY CAN'T MOU &E LIKE HOLLVHOCK SHE NEVER LOSES HER REPORT CARD MORTT MEEKLE TO MAINTAIN MY/MA0e WHAT DIP YOU CPTHA.TFDC? more versatile you are B e i better for all concerned. /HEV, ELMER. 1 / YER SCREEN TMEBE'S NOTHING I CAM DO ABOUT IT...THB LATCH is BWOKEN: / BANSIN'IN f \ TH'WINDi CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox CAPTAIN EAST By Leslie I mSS&> IT WHEN IREACHEP / EVIDENTLV CHEPOINSTONu.TOO LATE TO GO/ IT DIPKI't BACKl INWDEITWERBTHE /INCRIMINATE ONLY FiHeeRPRlWT* ID LEFT / VOLUYOU'RE ANYWHERE! VE». THEM WE POUND A CHAP WHEN MOST O 1 THE SANO CAR WAS OUT 0-OA*. AND HOW DID VOU KNOW? WPIHO IN THE DARK..A WITNES* HAP TO SE MOVED! VOU WE PAREP NOT TURN \.oost TO YOU SWEP TO t — — ALBRT POLICE! eOTACANO-aAftWITH/ MUST'VB PROP- NO CAP AMP U£BP A I PEP THE PAPER PAMPHLET A9A $TOPKR- STILL AT LMaEl 90 WHV DIP VOU GO BACK YESTERPAYf A* I LOADED MY SACKS OF BANKNOTE*! ALL CLUE*, MR SMOLLETT? THE BORN LOSER fc-ft t IWS k, N£». Inc. 1 M «t| U S. fit. 0«. 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Blank Look Answer to Previous Puzzl* ACROSS 1 and downs 4 Garden of 8 Break the at Monte Carlo 12 profit 13 It's your 14 Tropical plant 15 Anger 16 Incompetence 18 Fastened in a way 20 Boundaries 21 Algerian governor 22 Ages 24 Meat cut 26 Filch (slang) 27 Musical syllable 30 Fancy 32 Costlier 34 Deceived 35 Landed property 36 "Look to the , thou sluggard" 37 Horses (slang) 39 Individuals 40 Vain 41 Reply (ab.) 42 " not, want not" 45 Relentless avenger 49 File in order M Garden implement 52 One who (suffix) 53 Golden 54 "No room in the " 55 Cured meats 56 Belgian stream 57 Dance step DOWN 1 Etats . 2 Saucy J Calmest acara ana HHKJQ 4 Feminine name 5 Finished 6 Eluder 7 Penpoint 8 of cotton 9 Dismounted 10 Make a of it 11 Florida —— (pl.) 17 Effigies 19 code 'JK Is borne 28 Plexus 24 Kind of bean 29 Greek war god 25Krigg's 31 Fragile husband (myth.) 33 Make- amends 26 Foot .lever 38 Animating 27 Move from one spirit conveyance to 40 Roman roads another 41 Afghan prince nana nests QC3S HBO nF] nan CIHH OQL3 EJC3HE>il 42 "Your my command" 43Tupian Indian 44 Plant part 46 Swiss measure 47 Hebrides island 48 Oriental coins 50 Fish MEWWArW CNTEKPBUB A8ML ID TtXJ FOLKS AWAY JOYIKJ& "to VACATIONS By Ait WHAT MAKES 1DU SO •SURE YOU TuRwet? -rue OFF BACK HOME? ALLEY OOP By V. T. WORRY, OOOLA, I'LL BE RIGHT BACK... I JUST WANT 1O SEE WHAT THOSE GOOKS ARE UP ID OH,OHJ THEY GOT TH' DROP ON ME/ HEY.' . \ OH, I'VE NO DESIRE HOLD IT! ] TO SHOOT VOU... I DONT, / WAS JUST GETTING SHOOT.' / A PICTURE... ...EAPTTH PEOPLE ON A V DINOSAUR! WE PIDN'T KNOW IT WAS POSSIBLE j TO DOMESTICATE THE BEASTS.' OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams YEAH,I'M 6OWWA GROW CORWTHISVEAR--I FOUND THIS CAW OF CORN IN THE CUPBOARP AN'I'M PLANTIN'A KERNEL IKI EACH HOLE.' WELL, IF THAT'S TH' WAV M3U T>O YOUR PLANTING, WHV PON'T YOU GET A CAN OF LIMA BEAMS, DROPA BEAN IN EACH HOLE WITH THE ^t CORN, AKIP OROVV SUCCOTASH? J- OL'K BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople FOR THE COMEDY / POOR ROCI<Y-THOU<3W HE WAS MOV BOARDINS HOUSE— SHOULD HAVE TOO HIN\ IT WAS THE PREP SCHOOL FOR THE LOOMV ACAOEMY/TOES 4E KNOW PUNCHY L\Cte Hl6 INSOMNIA }Y COUMTINS TO T6U Bt IMTHE EVE IN HIS FINAL

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