TWElVf IRONWOOD DAILY GIOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JUNE 11, 1963. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr "The wise man controls h i s destiny . . . Astrology points! the way." I ARIES (Mar. 21 — Apr. 19):! Streamline your thinking. Don't! be held back by outdated procedures. One who urges you to go forward is correct. R e s pond accordingly. Look to future. TAURUS (Apr. 20 — May 20): Be perceptive. Investigate. Read and inquire. Check source material. Day features learning quest for added knowledge. Basic change indicated. Be ready! GEMINI (May 21 — Ju n e 20): Adopt reasonable attitude. <V p p 1S e s especially to family members. Seek domestic tran- luility. Taurus individual could come up with fine plan. Examine it. May be means of "le- vating status. CANCER (June 21 — July 22): Study practical issues Leave the speculating to others. Get feet on solid ground. Avoid self-deception by following intelligent plan. Focus on timing. LEO (July 23 —• Aug. 22): Good lunar aspect highlights romantic intentions. There is apt to be intensified reaction to efforts today. Don't start any thing you can not finish! Evening features relaxation. VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 22): No time to be swayed by one who is impatient, impulsive. Disagreement within home easily settled. Key is to be practical. Outline basic principles and win your point. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): Relatives could make surprise visit. Make them feel welcome. Explain unusual situations i n warm, forthright manner. 1 n this way you advance toward goal. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. 21): Now you can follow up advantage. Business gain indicated. Throw off secret fears, doubts, with confidence. Then you attract valuable allies. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — Dec. 21): Cycle high. Spotlight personal appearance. Be aware of impression you make on others. Take more time to prepare "entrance." In plain words . . . turn on personality. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. 19): Best to check fine print now. Plug up loopholes. Don't overlook minor possibilities. T he y could become m a jor chances in future. Set your own pace. Obtain hint from newspaper. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 — Feb. 18): Stress creative ways. Personal magnetism rating hig h . You attract people . . . they are interested In you and i n 8245 3-8 yrs. MATCHING SKIMMERS — Adorable skimmers for big and little girls that match exactly. No. 8225 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 10, 12, 14. 16. 18, 20. Bust 31 to 40. Size 12. 32 bust, 3Vs yards of 35-inch. No. 8245 With PATT-O-RAMA is in sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 years. Size 4. 2' s yards of 35-inch. Two patterns. To order, send 50c in coins for each pattern 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. Send 50c today for the Spring & summer '65 issue of Basic Fashion—our complete pattern magazine. BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH (D) 11 eVAJ3 •JA53 • J96 + AK83 WEST , EAST 4k 10 862 495 *K ¥10987 «AK3 »Q8752 497542 +J10 SOUTH 4KQ74 VQJ642 • 104 *Q6 No one vulnerable North East South West 1N.T. Pass 2« Pass 2 • Pass 3 V Pass 4 •/ Pass Pass Pass Opening lead— • K becau.se there is no way to avoid the loss of a trump trick and he will note the danger of losing two trump tricks in the event that either opponent holds the singleton king of trumps. Therefore he will play alow heart instead of the queen and will make his contract in spite of the four-one trump break. This type of play is known as a safety play. Whereas the queen of hearts lead would be what has been called a "nothing play" because there is no way that it will gain a trick for declarer and plenty of ways that it will lose a trick for him. Quick Quiz By JACOBY & SON Here is another advanced' teaching hand. It illustrates the ! use of the Stayman convention after North's no-trump opening.! South responds two clubs to, see if North can produce a' four-card major suit. When North rebids two diamonds to deny R four-card major South jumps to three hearts to force North to make a further b i d and North continues to the heart game. He has 4-3-3-3- distribu- I tion but is afraid of the d i a i mond suit. I The four-heart contract is a i good one. but careless play will! cause South to lose his contract, i He will ruff the third d i a -; mond and then if he is any- ! thing but an advanced student he will lead the queen of hearts for a finesse. West will put on his singleton king and East will collect two trump tricks. An advanced student won't fall into that trap. He will | know that there is nothing to be ! gained by the trump fine s s e Q—When did the U.S. Constitution go into effect? A—On March 4, 1789. Q—Do vultures, which eat chiefly carrion, locate their food through the sense of smell? A—No, by their extraordinary eyesight. Q—Does a tree benefit in any special way by its fall colors'. 1 A—Fall colors are an incidental chemical reaction of no importance. Q_Was Alexander Graham Bell, the scientist who invented the telephone, an American by birth? A—No, he was born in Scotland. what you say. Great opportunity to win new friends. PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): Don't hesitate when expressing needs. Family members willing to listen — and act. Emphasize change, creative designs, methods. No time to be shy. Speak up! ft * « If today is your birthday . . . you have delightful sense o f humor but tend to be filled with nervous energy. Key is to find constructive outlet for varied talents. * a a General tendencies": Cycle high for Sagittarius, Capricorn. Sepcial word to Gemini: Make minor concession. Major gain could result! BUGS BUNNY CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner y° ur Problems to your teacher, you say? What do ip wfcen your problem catches you outside later?" you Q—The bidding has been: South West North East 1 * Pass 2 • Pass 2 * Pass 3 • Pass You, South, hold: AKQJ2 VA104 «32 +A654 What do you do? A—Bid three no-trump. Ton hope that your partner will find another bid, bat if he doesn't three no-trump should be gilt-edge. TODAY'S QUESTION You bid' three no-trump and your partner bids four diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Ike Displeased With U.S. Space Program CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) — Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower said Wednesday that despite the success of the Gemini 4 space flight he's displeased with the U.S. space program and thinks too much money is being spent on it. .But Eisenhower, here 'for a .Republican dinner honoring National GOP Chairman Ray C. Bliss, added in an interview: "However, if that is the way they want to do it, I can't do anythir.g but pay my taxes." •EN CASEY 1/THEWAXW.CtARK, I WAS WONDERING ABOUT THE X-RWSVOOR DAUGHTER SENT. WRAPPED UP IN CONSULTATION, 1 PRESUME? 1 TAKE IT PR.CASSYS HEALTH REMAINS GOOD? OH, HELLO, FATHER. DAP; I'VE EXAMINED DR. CASEX.JUST CA5UAUX/OF COUR5E...ANDIU VOUCH THAT HE *-"/«fi«ASfiOOC> _ASHElOO*f. M. 6LADTO SEEXXJ AGAIN,SIR.l HOPE I LOOK AS 6000 I FEEL. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Mcmtn DWVINC? OVER.TO PLAV AAILFOW> HISHTbDAY/ MM: "to BE A STAKJ1R.SMITH NOW, LETS SEETHE WIND-MR SON/ <?"**$ ME HAD TO KIND OP PRISCILLA'S POP By AT not the best in history. Geography's a Arithmetic and reading tests Are simply not , her style. f She never wins a spelling bee. Her writing could be clearer. .. But rin$ that old vacation bell And no one's even near her. Satellite Is Likely To Remain Mystery HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) — The mystery satellite sighted on the Gemini 4 flight is likely to remain a mystery—space officials cannot find the pictures astronaut James McDivitt took of the object. Julian Scheer, National Aero-j nautics and Space Administration public affairs officer, said technicians have looked at every frame of film taken by McDivitt and can't find the satellite. MORTY HEEKLE By Dfek €»T*DI •GGE? IM60 APBMD OF auioN'rewENkNo WHAT IM BAYING// QUICK 1HINI4N0 WHAT?/' riPTAIN EASY SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "Henry seems to like it here, but I wanted to go someplace where there's a view!" 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