Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 24, 1965 · Page 10
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 10

Ironwood, Michigan
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Saturday, July 24, 1965
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 24, 1965. BEN CASET Your Horoscope By Sydniy Omorr Sunday, July 35 j "The wise man controls his' destiny . . . Astrology points the : way." ARIES (Mar. L'l-Apr. 19>: Important, you finish what you 1 start. Read—absorb knowleci g c. Now you learn much by observing. Follow example of one you respect. Reunion indicated between family members. TAURUS 'Apr. 20-May 20: ' Future events may be subject of, stimulating discussion. Take; long-range view. You will be repaid for sincere efforts. Be in-i dependent. . .show sense of hu-j mor. | GEMINI (May 21-June 20»:| You appear to "bubble" with I enthusiasm. You can now give! joy. . . receive compliments.' Friends and relatives may ap- ! pear to descend on you. Make them feel welcome. \ CANCER (June 21-July 22>:: Fine time for being with i friends, associates. Much accom-j plishcd if you exchange ideas : Key is versatility. Don't feel you must adhere to one method. Experiment ! i LEO (July 23-Aug. 22i: ; Spread goodwill. Appreciate- friends. Be grateful for past \ and present favors. Express; feelings. You could gain greater! freedom by following friendly! suggestion. Spiritual adv i s e r may have valid answer. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Important you reflect on obligations, promises and potential You can now take steps to in-i sure success. Be quiet within.! Realize necessity for cert a i n, CREATIVE CHANGES. j LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 221: You; can now achieve degree of spiritual enlightenment. K e ep mind and heart open. Fine time for reunions. Gain indicated through reading, writing— and listening. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 211: Be as good a guest as you are a host. Accept gifts in the spirit; in which they are given. Shake! off emotional lethargy. Comej out of shell. Chase away worry; with humor. i SAGITTARIUS ("NOV. 22-Dec. 1 211: Others may tend to "lean" on you. Give support where ; practical, but accept basic res- j ponsibility. Welcome coopera- i tion of mate, partner. Heed j counsel offered by spiritual ad-1 viser. I CAPRICORN i Dec. 22-Jan.; 19): Many due to respond to| your abilities, services. Long-i distance communication c o u 1 dj provide important mess age.; Give attention to wardrobe, gen-' eral appearance. 1 AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18>:| Utilize constructive influe nee; where younger persons, lov e d ones are concrned. Obtain hint BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 4 10 5 2 24 WEST *Q6 KG • A J 5 4 + KQ92 EAST * K J 9 4 3 VQ.M04 ^ 87 53 • 8 7 2 * n 3 410875 4J4 SOUTH (D) * A 87 V A 92 » K Q 106 4 A 63 Both vulnerable South West North 1 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Opening lead—V Q East Pass tiiiit by playing Sow to the king and back to the ace. East played the jack on the second club lead and when West followed low on the third club it showed ihat East had either played the .jack as a false-card with jack- ten or because he had only that one card and therefore no choice. Thus the finesse was indicated and those declarers who understood the principle were p r o- perly rewarded by making one more trick than those who simply played out the top clubs. Quick Quiz By Neal A* 2034-H BRIGHT BKAUTY!— Breathtaking linens are so easily made —simply embroider them with this lovely peacock motif! The vibrant colors are fascinating to work. Pattern No. 2034-H has hot- iron transfer for 2 designs: color chart: directions for crocheted edging. 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 for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c now for your new '65 Fall and Winter Album! Regular features: custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! from Capricorn message. Offer < encouragement. stress optimism, i PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20>:' Previous project, complicated; situation due to end on positive' note. You can now profit' where there was fear of loss. Domestic tranquility tends to override threat of friction. \ •ft * ft 1 If today is your birthday . . . j you are introspective, analytical,' able to piece together bits of in-j formation and use them well. i ^t i? ^ I General tendencies: Cycle! high for Gemini, Cancer, Leo.! Special word to Aries: Avoid; scattering forces. • Finish one task at a time. I By JACOBY & SON The classic example of the principle of restricted c h o i ce uomes when you miss four o f a suit to the queen-jack a n d drop either the queen or jack en the first lead. If you d o drop one you should play the suit to break three-one because the player would have no choice with a singleton honor, but would have the choice between: two cards had he held queen-; jack doubleton. j In today's hand, taken fromj the open pairs at the recent; Eastern championships, most 1 South players arrived at three no-trump. A few enterprising ;.;ouls worked their way to six ! diamonds. | At three no-trump declarers i who finessed against West's ten of clubs after the jack dropped on the second lead of the suit made five odd, others madei only four. ! When the diamond slam was' bid the club play really became four club tricks to make the; slam. i Everyone started the club Q—What breed of dog is believed to be the oldest in the world? A—The Ibizan hound, with i blood lines that trace back to 2000 B.C. Q—When does "summer" occur in the Antarctic? A—Between October and March. Q—What is the origin of the word "good-bye"? A—It is a contraction of "God be with ye." Q—What American college or university was founded by a pope? A—The Catholic University of America at Washington, D.C., founded in 1889 by Pope Leo XIII. Ewen Personals Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 V Pass 1 N.T. Pass Pass V You, South, hold:, *A Q 7 6 *K J 8 6 *3 *K 9 4 2 What do you do? A—Double. If your partner leaves this in you should do all right and if he bids you should not be hurt. TODAY'S QUESTION West runs to two diamonds and North and East pass. What do you do now? Answer Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lester Carlson and family, Walled Lake, are visiting relatives and friends here for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. James Niemi and family. Kalamazoo, are visiting relatives and fri e n ds here and in Bruce Crossing. Mrs. Lloyd Pirlot and family, Milwaukee, who visited her par-| ents, Mr. and Mrs. George Du-! Cleau.x, for two weeks, have re-! turned home. j Monica Aileen Vadnais and Patricia Hebert, Baraga, are guests at the home of M i s s Vadnais' grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miesbauer. i Jennifer Fleming ret u r n e dj home recently from Crystal! Falls where she attended Bible' Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Kanutila. Seattle, were recent guests at the Leroy Fencil home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Swiencicki, daughter, Laura Lynn, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baumst a r k, Racine, visited recently with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Fencil. Mrs. Raymond Gries andi daughter, Susan, and Mark Fencil. Detroit, visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Fencil and other relatives and friends i n Ewen. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox Some African gazelles have: been paced from a car at 40 mph over a short distance. BUGS BUNNY THIS STEAK IS SO TOUSH I CANT CUT iTi ( DON'T GIVE I UP SO EASY v ...KEEP TPJYiX'i I WISH TO WEGiSTES A COMPLAlNTl ^NONSENSE! l'D\ NEED AS! *X TO CUT THIS MEAT! / /PUT IT BAC< CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "The Wrights have a swimming pool, but they're not what you might call high society. Nobody ever gets thrown in!" Fishy in the Sea Previous Puzzl* It It ° Ut ° f umne the car for the class picmc tomorrow!" ACROSS t Frenchman's (ish dclicary •1 Pcto 0 Pikehkr fish 12 Narrow inlet 13 Kmbelbsh 14 Falsehood 15 Annoy 16 World s (baseball) 17 City in the Netherlands 18 Observes 20 Compass point 21 Progeny 22 Name iKr.i 24 Lone Scout group iab. i 2fi Pertaining tn a region 29 Kxhausted .13 Harvester .15 Tell 36 Masculine appellation 37 Characterize 38 Frozen rain 39 Iraqi urut of currency 10 Color 42 Onaficr 43 Money of account tpl.i 16 Rodent J8 Seed plant 52 Knave of Hulis f>:i Kdible ruulstoi-l 55 By wa\ 56 Hail 1 57 Caliph 58 Worm 59 Fowl 60 Antiqu; 61 Legal pi. DOWN 1 (Joddess nit riisrorH 2 Ireland 3 Fish may be found in this I Kxistcd 5 Hevoko a Rra 6 Anller 7 Kpcessed window K Single unit 9 Merriment 10 Assistant 1 I Rambnnlike Brass If) Kcd ip|.i 21 Swnrdfish's relative 2,'J O]ejr acid ester 2,") Chargers 26 ('jrc)e [>arL« 27 (lenuine 2H Contort .10 Shower 31 Heating device 45 Prayer ending 32 Forest creature 47 Brazilian .34 Railroad (ab.i 115 High May lab.) 41 Stage play 42 Particles 43 Atlantic derii/.en 44 Rant macaws 49 Always 50 Get up 51 Game fish 53 Cant 54 Mariner's direction NEWSPAPER ENTE&PUSE ASSN. YES AMP NO, JOAW. HHEM THERE'S ROOM IN MY LIFE FOR MARRIAGE, MAKE; THAT DECISION. IP i WERE TO ACCEPT YOUR. FATHER'S OFFER,I'D HAVE TO SACRIFICE MANY OF MY GOALS. GOALS THAr I'fA UNWILLING TO SACRIFICE. SEN. 1 WHAT IS IT...HAVE I SAID SOMETHING WRONS f ^;./•>;••*,., FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser , -\ .MOM HEY/WfWAGREAT" ) BOUGHT 11" OL' PMOMOGRAPM / y AT AN . •-* .AUCTION/ BUTHEWENP WITH IT/ Bur, \ ooM'r WMATS i ASK ME: THAT PRISCILLA'S POP By A1 Venneer SOMETIMES I GO AFTER SMALL-MOUTH _ BASS... AND SOMETIMES I GO AFTER BIG-MOUTHS.. MY ONLV EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN WITH BIS MOUTHS... 1MORTY MEEKLE By Dick HOWCOVOJ A Like AN OWL./ IT CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner ...HANWCAPPEP Y CANVfl$5E5 BV REMSRANPT, KGA5, /WHAT! vou BOUSHT THAT TRASH? WEU.,P05$I8LV 70 AW I* THERE N INSTITUTE FOR THE JlltfP. ANV PJ.ACE- \gur rp WRY mil IWORB ICOULD-ER- IvWR yiSIOK) WROVSS 1 . POrWE 'EM / rHE SIGHT Of THEtf WSHT * > RE TOO DErRE55ING'. AS T WA5...ANP CONSULTED ANY OP US, WE'P HAVE UWOEK THE NOSES VANPYKE- ANP GOYA, FOR A WERE THAT ECCEWTKIC'5 COLLECTION) of YOU CASEY #z.r DEALERS, ALVIW,,. I MAP6 THE SUV Of- THE CENTURY! BV AMATEURS, WITH BIG NAWE5'- V IH5 kl NU. !•<. T M. It.. U V r.l. Oil THE BORN LOSER By Art Saasom ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hunlte //„'.'// WEUU,\WE M^PE IT, \ YES, '/ V/ BUT IT GOT PRETTY ) LOOK OT OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams LISTEN — THERE'S Mo \s* WELL, I'M VAN' WHAT'S .v^,-,™ POINT )KJ VOUR COPY- f PMNTIWMY 1 WITH ME PAIMTIW IN& WHAT I HAVE I IMPRESSION/ MY IMPRESSION OF HERE.' A PAiUT/M<3 ', OF VOLIR \ HIS IA4PRESSION J>REP- \ IMPRE5SIOM.k_. OF YOU e RES-EKlT THE ARTIST'S N-, 15 ALL.' / (IMPRESSIOM? I IMPRESSION OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople lNAKCE A 6MOE. AFAKl f AFTER -OADlN' POK Ye 6TILL HA6 A FEW 6UC1<6 LEPT FlSHT/

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