Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 26, 1965 · Page 20
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IRONW6OO DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN MONDAY, JULY 26, 1965. J BEN CASE* By Neal Adams Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Tuesday, July 37 "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19);i Best to stay clear of individual who is impatient, urges impulsive action. Put finishing touches" on project. Aplies especially to activities connected with home, real estate. TAURUS (Apr. 20- May 201: ' Cooperation indicated from rela-| tives, neighbors. Avoid scatter-' ing forces. Be sure and confident. Obtain hint from ARIES' message. Experiment with pet tneory could prove profitable. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Fine for enjoying fruits of labor. Income possibilities brighten. Cement ties o! affection. Give and receive love. You can obtain valuable aid if observ-i ant. ! CANCER (June 21- July 22>: Avoid rushing. Demonstrate talents, special abilities One in your own home could bring happiness. Show gratitude! Evening fine for dining out. attending special event. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): You may tend to be impatient with t one who fails to keep promises. ; Take philosophical vie\v. Avoid! disputes. Remain calm — especially in traffic and at work. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Remember those who were loyal in past. Don't procrastln ate. Act to fulfill needs, desires. Gift could clear away confusion, win new friends. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Spotlight on new accompl i s h- ments. Put forth best efforts for best i results. Superiors observe. Standing in career, community at stake. Give your all! SCORPIO fOct. 23-Nov. 21): Long-range planning favo red.; Avoid jumping to conclusi o n s. Set fine example for family, iriends, associates. Helping hand to individual who see ks aid could win a valuable ally. Think! SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 22): Take initiative where finances are concerned. Time to pay and collect debts . . . "balance the ledger." Aggress i v e individual may create unr e s t. Take this in stride. Rem a i n calm. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19): No time to harbor ill feel- ling toward one who makes honest mistake. Key is being considerate. Do plenty of listening, observing. Applies especially to legal affairs. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Be moderate in appeals, proposals and assertions. Take care in dealing with fellow work e r s . Avoid actions that create envy. BRIDGE BY JACOBY 2928-H 24 INCHES WEST NORTH A .1 8 5 2 ¥ 3 * A Q 8 fi AK J 103 EAST 28 4 None 4 K 1 0 7 VAK108G4 VQ.T9752 4.110432 495 * S8 A 7 4 SOUTH (D) A A Q9643 V None * K 7 + AQ652 North and South vulnerable South West. North East 1 A 2 ¥ 3 A 4V 5V 6¥ 64 Pass Pass 7 ¥ Pass Pass 7 4 Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — K ¥ | than the drop when you miss the king and two more of the suit, 'so South entered dummy with a diamond in order to take the finesse. He went one step further. He led the jack of spades and not a low one. East covered with the king. South won with the ace and, when West showed out, the wisdom of the jack lead was apparent. South returned to dummy and a second finesse picked up East's ten spot. By JACOBY & SON This week's articles will d i s- cuss methods of playing various ace-queen combinations in order Quick Quiz Q—How long are the energy waves of which radio astronomy makes use? A—The energy waves which can be perceived by radio instruments range in length from about one-tenth of an inch to about 100 feet. Q—Is the custom of taking a daily siesta still practiced in Mexico? A—In 1946 this custom was officially ended. However, many Mexicans still enjoy a mid-day nap. Q—What is the California state law regarding abalones? PERHAPS ONE { PAY VOU'U- HEAR A DIFFERENT KIND OF KNOCK ON YOUR DOOR ANP I'LL, BE THERE AGAIN. FEELINGS TOUARP YOU *•< I HAVEN'T CHANGED JOAN. I HOPE... I DON'T THINK yOU DO. BUT WHEN you UNDERSTAND WHAT MAKES A MAM A At/W, YOU MAY UNDERSTAND WHAT I'VE BEEN TRYING TO SAY. 1.C TM *M US fot Oil FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS SCHOOLGIRL!— So soft and cuddly, this cute miss is sure to! be adored by the little lady! The ', body is made from soft jersey: '• use left-over scraps for other: pieces of her costume! i Pattern No. 2928-H has pattern i pieces for doll and costume; full' sewing and finishing directions. 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, I address with zip code, style No. • and size. • Send 50c now for your new '65 j Fall and Winter Album! Regular i features; custom collection; j items to crochet, knit, stitch! | to give yourself the best play to; A—Neither the mollusk nor its make a specified number of; shell can be legally taken out tricks in the suit. ! of the state. North might well have doublet West's six heart bid, but he did not like the idea of settling for a small penalty when he was sure that his side had a sure slam. South felt even stronger about the matter and went on to seven spades. West wou 1 d have hiked to save at eight hearts but such bids went out with the Charleston and he had to pass. South ruffed the heart opening. If he had been allowed to play the hand at six spades he would have handled the t r u m p suit by simply leading out his ace. This play would insure the small slam contract against any and all combinations of adverse Record of the Past 10 YEARS AGO— Temperatures: High 90, low 71 .... The Norrie Amateur Sports Club will play a weekend series with the Canadian Fort William Ontario softball team in conjunction with Jacob Randa Mem o r i a 1 Night The temperature at noon today was 90 degrees, according to The Daily Globe weather instruments. The 90 degree mark tied with July 20 for the warmest day of the year. The temperature had dropped to 85 at 1 p.m. with a Important you get suffici e n t rest tonight. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 2CM: Money spent on personal services could result in valuable contact, i Know this — act accordingly. | Check details. Be thoro u g h . | Fine day for basic research. } o o o ! If today is your birthday . . . : you are able to sympathize with 1 those who have problems. People are drawn to you, confide in you. & -h ti \ General tendencies: Cycle 1 high for Cancer, Leo, Virgo. Spe-, cial word to Gemini: Tie up' loose ends. Get complete story, i cards, but unfortunately Sou t h relative humidity of 74 per cent. had to make all the tricks or The peak temperature on July explain to the rest of the table why greed is such a thing. 20 was at 4 p.m. terri b 1 e j 30 YEARS AGO— Tempera- The finesse is a far better play Pass Pass The U.S. Army says Count Ferdinand Zepplin, the German developer of lighter-than-air aircraft, made his first balloon ascent in 1863 while visiting the U.S. Army's Ft. Snelling i n Minnesota. BUGS BUNNY T THEV \ TO THW1VE 1 OM IT: ~J THIS STUPF VOU SOLD ME DIDN'T KILL,THE ANTS AT MV HOUSE! I EXPECT YOU T0\ MAKE GOOD ON THIS 1 PWOMISEi J C MS kr Wimr 1m ___ ^T.M. X« 9 . U 1. fol. Off 7'-8» CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner • Hi! W Mt*. Ut T.M. !„ US >». OK. 7-n f, "I guess I'm at that awkward age! Old enough to help take •*'., Cfire of tbe yard, but too young to duck out to Joe's bar!" Q — The bidding has been: East South West North 1 V Pass I N.T. Pass Dble 2 t Pass You, South, hold:: 4AQ76 VKJ86 «3 What do you do? A — Bid two spades. Pass Is a close second choice. TODAY'S QUESTION You do bid two spades and your partner raises you to three. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow tures: High 74, low 46 Twenty-four Gogebic co u n t y boys and girls have registered for 4-H Club Camp Shaw at Chatham to be held on August 6-11 .... Fifty-seven members of the Business Woman's Twilight golfing league and their guests were present last evening for another session of late aftern o o n golfing .... Iron county farmers who are interested in better crops for the red clay belt have been invited to attend the Farm field day to be held at the Brand agricultural expevim e n t station at Ashland junction on Wednesday, August 1, coun t v agent H. W. Kinney announced to day. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox I%I hi NEA, Uc TM leg. US. f«< "Walter, you've simply got to mow the lawn. You've worn out that joke about this being our little hide-away" Monkey Business ACROSS 1 Flying 6 Howling monkey \ 1 flood 12 Breed of dog 13 African giant monkey 14 Tipped 15 Stir 16 Songfully 18 Detective story writer 20 Keline '21 Come into being 24 Shade trees 28 On tiptoe 31 Bird's beak 32 Ratite bird 33 On behalf of 34 Body of water 35 Curved molding 36 Comfort 38 Metal mass 40 Negative word 42 Lassoed 46 Borneo monkey 31 Before 52"! understand" (radio) S3 Repeatedly inbred (comp. word) 55 Subtle emanations ivar.) 56 Type 57 Conducts 58 Typist (coll.) UOHW 1 Man's name '2 Samuel's teacher (Bib.) 3 Grinding pestle 4 Hideous 5 Hindmost 6 Manila hemp 7 Turn 8 Hranch-to-lea(./ angle (bot.j 9 Telephone inventor 10 Imitative of art (coll.i 1-1 Extinct bird 13 Tribe in Israel (Bib.) 17 Headache mittgator (two words) 19 Race course circuit 22 In position (Latin) 23 Discerned, with was> 25 Limb 26 Madame iab.1 27 Take to court 28 Anthropoid 29 Musical syllable 30 Hawaiian hawks 45 Lair 35 Bar icornb. form i :i" Group of nine 39 Adorned 41 Monsters 43 Card game 44 Great Lake 46 Verbal 47 Rake 48 Taj Mahal site 49 Containers 50 Study of structure (ab.) 54 Convent worker By Merrill Blosser YES. BUT ITS HARD TO EXPLAIM/ WHAT YOU CALL IT- DID YOU FIND OUT WHAT£ WROWS WITH NAY CAR, ^ • SI (WAS? SIMMS'GAR AGE WMEMI CAM DROP A MARBLE (WTO YOLH5. RAPIATOR-V PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Venneer HEY/ E DID YOU LEARN SO MUCH ABOUT CAMPIM& AH...A MURMURING «3TREAM....THE ZESTY AROMA OF SLOWING ^JUST TM\N)K, HOLLYHOCK.., NEXT WEEK I'LL CAMPING IN THE WOODS NWITH MY FOLKS! • IMS IT NtA, IK. m l» Ui M. OH. IN MY' ENCYCLOPEDIA-^ t-ac MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli / TU&CIM&OF I VOJ05 6COND6 V FEenY SILLY TD S MB-- exACTiy ( WHAT ie IT? cxce WELL.WHBJ SCO J0JN THE FRIENDSHIP CUJB NQU, BeCCWZ A F05NP TO ALL. FBDFLB, OOGG, CAT-5, BIRDS, R6H, LIZAEDS, BB&5, ANF5, WO&V&, 7-26 CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner SIGHT IS IMPROVIWOA SOT 1 £TILL CANT REAP FOR 50WE TUAEiy HICE TO HAVE- YOU BACK.SUH'. AND NO L0W66K PEERING THRU PlhJ- IM BLACK .AMD HERE? T-VOUU K HAfTY TO KNOW Wt A UTTER » U5W' PAT THREE GRAND ON A FROM ORVV SCIENTIFIC EXPEPITiON TO KAUIKAK.. „ PROVE THE WORLP IS / I Djp HOPE- FLAT AFTER ALL!" ' AMP THEy SET TOO CLOSE TO THE EPOSl- LAST WEEK WASH 5AIP V0U WERE OU THE BRINK OP A FABULOUS ART 8U/. SIHCE THEN HE'S ClAMMEP i WHY? 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