Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 9, 1965 · Page 16
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1963. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Thursday, June 10 "The wise man controls h i s destiny . . . Astrology points the way " ARIES (Mar. 21 - Apr. 19): Time to be diplomatic. Individual who wants to help is subtle. Give encouragement b y showing you can be discreet. Money matters, special p r o - ject highlighted. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 20>: Obtain hint irom today's Aries message. Do more listen- Ing than talking. Special a t - tention to mate or business partner required Some complications could arise. Key is patience. GEMINI (May 21 — June 20): Many ideas presented. Be discriminating . . . choose the best. Highlight quality. E m - piiasis on work, improvement of special servires. Seek cooperation of clever associate. CANCER (June 21 — July 22): Favorable lunar aspect spotlights change, cre&tiv* activity. You break gxvay from ve- 3tr:c!.ions. You begin to enjoy yourself! Went people ... go pl.nr.es and rto thine:?:. LF,C (-Tiny 23 -- Aug. 2'2>: for rots of 2 to 6 years that has Time to be aware of rnlno: 1 a three-tiered skirt and pert bow points, drtnl'o and esyeciHl 1 y< at the neckline, conditions at home. Stres.s s <? -' No. 8222 with PATT-O-RAMA curity. Be sure of directions,' is in sizes 2 - 3 > 4 > 5 ^ 6 years. Size purposes. Key is to be thorough! 3 - ^ yards of 45-inch, and sincere. i To order, send 50c in coins to: BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 46432 V962 + J863 WEST 498 VKQJ107 • K752 405 EAST AJ1075 4J1098 410742 SOUTH (D) 4AKQ V A843 • A63 + AKQ North and South vulnerable South West North East 3N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — V K only make the ninth with dummy's queen of diamonds. He ducks the first heart of necessity and the second just for luck. Then it is up to him to take the third heart lead because that last little heart in his hand is going to be most Important." Jim: "It sure is. After winning the third heart he cashes his top clubs and spades and is pleased to note that West has had to discard diamonds on the third lead of each black suit. i Then he throws West in with a J heart and lets West cash two I heart tricks. After that West must lead a diamond. South rises with dummy's queen and makes the contract because the king of diamonds is in the West hand." Quick Quiz •AiTH 7Kt NEW PATT-0-RAMA 8222 SO PKETTY FOR TOTS— A , delightfully cool summer dress VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept, 22): Don't be depressed by maze of activity and apparent contradictions. Get hint from today's Leo message. Be sure . . , then do Sue Burnett, Ironwood Daily Globe, 407 S Wacker Drive, Chicago, 111. 60607 For Ist-class mailing add lOc your job. You can't go wrong if for eacn Pattern. Print name, you stick to issues. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): Time when money matters are address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c today for the Spring & Summer '65 issue of Basic FASHION our complete pattern magazine. spotlighted. Gain indicated from past efforts. Handle responsibility with dignity. Higher-up i s impressed. Get needed rest tonight, aspirations. Display versatility, SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. accept challenges. Long-d i s 21): What happens now should tance communication could set work out for the best. It could you on right track. Be ready, involve member of opposite sex. i capable, and willing. Realize that the past is over. PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): Look to future for progress and Best to postpone heavy spend- opportunities ing. Take time to gather addi- SAGITTARTUS (Nov. 22 — tional information. You g e t Dec. 21): Justice triumphs! You valuable clue if observant. One get support from unexpected you trust may come to your source. Take initiative. High- aid. If so, be'appreciative. light independence, originality.! . A u o New starts in new directions in- if today is your birthday . . . y° u are dynamic, versatile — ,« (Dec ' 22 - Jan ' but ma y tf y too many things at 19): Cooperate with those who once. The sky is the limit if you express interest. Don't over- concentrate talents. look persons who have strong a a o desire to aid You must be a' General tendencies: Cycle real diplomat now. Emphasize high for Scorpio, Sagittarius patience recfiptiveness. Capricorn. Special word to Can- lo^* 1 *™ 8 . (Jan ' 20 - Feb - cer: Engage in activity which 18): Emphasis now on career, taps your creative resources. BUGS~BUNNY ~ By JACOBY & SON Today's discussion concerns itself with the principle of play that you should always give the | cards a chance to behave properly for you. Oswald: "You do a lot of teaching What do you think about today's hand from the teacher's standpoint:" Jim: "The bidding is simple enough. South has a standard three no-trump opening and all North can do is to put down the dummy and wish his partner luck." Oswald: "There also is only! one way to play the hand. I don't imagine many of our readers will have any trouble with it. How about your pupils in a beginners' class?" Jim: "I don't think I would give it to a class of absolute beginners but would prefer to save it for players who have progressed past the fundamentals." Oswald: "As a matter of fact it would even do for a really advanced class. South has the usual eight top tricks and can Q—Which one of President Franklin Roosevelt's sons was born in a foreign country? A—Franklin D. Roosevelt Jr. was born at Campobello, N.B., Canada in 1914. Q—Is the pearl classed as a precious stone? A—The pearl, often a gem of great value, Is not a precious stone. That term applies only to diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds. All others are semiprecious. Q—How did Wall St. In New York get its name? A—In 1642, the Dutch built a public meeting house on the site of 73 Pearl St. In 1653 they erected a wall to protect their settlement from which Wall St. takes Its name. Q — The bidding has been: South West North East Pass Pass 1 4 2 4 3 N.T. Pass 4* Pass 2 • 3 * 4 • 44 Pass Pass Pass Pass You, South, hold: 4KQJ2 VA104 •324A654 What do you do? A— Bid four no-tramp. You might as well start exercising some control here. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid four no-trump and your partner shows two aces. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow 81 Year Old Driver Kisses License Good by NORTH HALEDON, N.J. (AP) — Eighty-one-year-old Charles Wildeboer kissed his driver's license goodby Monday night. Appearing in court on a careless driving charge, Wildeboer, who's been driving a half-century, told the judge, "I think it's time to give it up." Then he pressed his license to his lips and placed it on the bench. Michigan Man Killed In Fall From Antenna BANGKOK, Thailand (AP) — Dale S. Fisher, 36, of Saline, Mich., was killed Sunday when he fell from an antenna he was repairing above a hangar at Bangkok's Don Muang Airport, the U.S. Embassy announced. Fisher was employed here on a communications research project by the University of Michigan. T-TRVIMG TO WH * T ££2£ } N^PWS«/ PORKY? ; BOAT, PETUNIA! ...BABBARA, SEA SPRITE, VICKY, PAMELA, DOLPHIN, GLADYS... COME UP WITH A NAME SOONER OR LATER! CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner „"Th^e shots won't make you act silly! They're not like the — your lather takes in a glass!" SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "Don't you have something a bit more rebellious?" Greens Answer to Previous Punl* IPISI ACROSS 1 Green, (her.) 5 Green 8 Green gem stone 12 Ace shot (coll.) 13 Sturgeon eggs 14 Continent 15 winter apple 17 Utilizes 18 Metric ton (Fr.) 19 Inborn 21 Wood louse 23 Bristle (comb, form) 24 Grants 26 Religion of Moslems 29 Social insect 31 Adjunct to a ratchet wheel 33 Greek letter 34 Negative reply 35 Spanish celery 36 Sorrowful 37 Abide 40 Embrace 43 Green —— 45 Ineffectual 4* Vitreous •coating 50 Sound qualities 51,Brewers' yeari 52 Without knowledge SSKttler whale 56 Dove's call 57 Outer (comb, form) 58 'Anglo-Saxon letter (pi.) 59 Ovum <H> Business otitlet DOWN 1 Medieval stewards (Ger.) 2 Register (var.) 3 Remake a law 5 Three times (comb, form) 6 Eternity 7 Shield 8 Strolls 9 Attack 10 Prescribed regimen 11 Comfort 16 Require 20 Masculine appellation 22 Ribbed fabric (var.) 25 Levantine ketch 27 Collection of sayings 28 Mire •29 Too 30 Forthwith 32 Wild animal 35 Winglike parts 36 Dish of greens 38 Greek prefect 39 Lower bracts (bot.) 41 Passenger car (coll.) 42 Accumulate* 44 Thin, flat piece 46 Slow (music) 47 Bar legally 48 Oil-yielding nut 49 Spikenard 53 Ruler of Magog 54 Beverage made with eggs IIEWSrAm ENTKRPMSE ASSM. •EN GASCT FROM THESE X-RAYS AN6 EVEN WITHOUT A MEPICALHISTORyiT WOKS LIKE AN -INOPERABLE SITUATION. X-RAV5 H THERESA NOTE OF BRAIN...CHEST... vCX INCUJPER NOEXPIANATION? FF, MOW ABOUT TAKING A WALK WITH ME DOWN TO THE X-RAY LAB FTER IUNCH? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By MerrlD AND ALSO LEND ME \TME\NDRLP SOME RJERS, GOING To LEND ME A HAMMER AND SAW, WILLYA? PRISCILLA'S POP Bjr AlVf NOW I KNOW WHY 'ttDLJ OET SUCH GOOD GRADES! HAlfiHT SCHOOL A DISGRACE TO THE » HM w HI*. >«.TM,i«. SHE STUDIES DURING RECESS MORTT MEEKLB By Dick Cbvafll HOWARXJTMaCJ? U TBBRIRBD/ 'J CAPTAIN EAST By Leslie THS PAMPHLET I1> PROPPED TH/HT/IT HAD..TWD NISHT HAP MV FWaERPRIM* ON / VEAR5 BEFOREi ITi X WENT MCK TO LEARN riTl SO WHV THft HAD MEN FOUND BY POUCEl tl SUDDEN ALARM OVER IT HOW? , UNLIKE THE OTHER*! I ^ _ HAD NO POIIC» RECORP.. ^^ ABTFB SO MV PRM4T* WERE J>AT»i& i TIL! IT L wroNH«.BE.^ sBSolWiS SPEND WV LOOT, I WENT TO SET A PAS5P0RT1 -^ ^ M" THEN REALIZE? THE FINGERPRINTS REQUIRED WOULD ALSO BE SENT TO SCOTLAND VARPI so i DARED HOTQBTONE.,.THBV'D IDENTIPy/ HOW TRAGIC, ME WITH THAT CRIWEV W MR 5MOLLETTJ YOUR FUNG AT CRIME WA5ALU FOR N0THIN01 THE BORN LOSER By Art . HAWPAMP I'LL &g KAPPf ID PUUU -me ALLEY OOP ...WE'RE HAVING A/>" N.YES...DABBLERS IN . LITTLE HOLIDAY... ( R A.R.? ) A3TRQNAVK3ATIONAL US RA.R. GIRLS V. __^J RECONNAISSANCE OH, DINNYS NOT \~~t~' { OH,I'M TODOA.I82M, ,,, CT A o«? HB * A».BUT WHO 1 2X MARS CENTRAL'., JUST A PET... I ARE VOU?P \THArSOURPLANET WHEREt>YOU\ WAGON OVER COME FROM? ^ THERE... By V. T. 6-9 V 1M» tt Nl*.'!««.'T.M. ».| U.l.'l OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople MAVgE VOU 6ETTEI?/rMy WORD, 6li5TBR, ^OFTANDFLfrBffy/ WHEMI WAS ROCKY"*

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