Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 16, 1965 · Page 20
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TWENTY IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Thursday "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21 - Apri. 19f. People now show their appreciation. Your past catches up— in a most pleasant manner. Live up to principles Many want toj follow your example Friendly | debate could gain admirers. | TAURUS (Apr 20 - May 20i:j Daring technique could win! friends, influence people Pres-j tige rises—professionallj and; within community Speak to : those in authority. But be frank. Many can be impressed GEMINI (May 21 - June 20^: If relative should ask your aid in research project be amiable Display interest You learn and benefit through cooperation Time when creative talents | shine. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Intellectual curiosity your greatest ally now. Be aware of hunches. Your inner feelings very likely to ring bell of truth Move with confidence but heed your conscience. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): Seek out person who can aid your cause. Let bygones be bygones Don't mistake aggressiveness for pride. Means be willing to listen. Permit logic to dominate emotion. 1 VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 221: There is plenty of room for improvement. Know this and welcome cooperation, suggestions One who serves you is sincere. Open your mind ... be flexible. Avoid stubborn attitude. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22): Concentrate on personal desires Take steps to fulfill ambitions. Good time now to start accom plishing goal. Win friends, allies Doors will open SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21): Some events may appear to go in reverse. Take surprises in stride. Hidden elements soon come to surface. Be observant, perceptive. No brooding over past. SAGITTARIUS (Nov 22 - Dec 21): Many demands made, questions asked. Be versatile Maintain sense of humor and fan- play. Check with an authority on business deal Get expert Opinion. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 18): Cycle still high, but money question demands attention. Avoid forming opinion until you get facts. Project appears near completion. D o n't retrogress. Welcome future! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): Time to display new ideas Dress up format, campaigns. Dramatize beliefs. Add to wardrobe — combine business with WITH THE NEW PATT-0-RAMA BUTTERFLY TRIM — A dar- BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 16 • A63 VK 1063 • 107 + A J84 WEST (D) EAST A 10974 * QJ8 VJ7 •852 « AK Q J 48642 41063 +Q75 SOUTH 4kK52 ¥ AQ94 • 953 + K92 North and South vulnerable North East South West 1 + Pass 2 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• A Q—The bidding has been: South Wect North EM! 1 * Pass 1 V Pass 1 * Pass 2 * Pass 7 You, South, hold: *K654 VA32 *KC5 *K43 What do you do? A—Paw. Tour partner ha* not shown any real strength and yon have a minimum. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of raising to two spades, your partner bids two diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Q—Whose portraits appeared on the first U.S. postage stamps? A—The first adhesive stamps went on sale July 1, 1847—a 5- center with a portrait of Ben jamin Franklin, and a 10-cent stamp wth George Washington's portrait. Q _ which U. S. president write by his By JACOBY & SON Jim Jacoby asks his father an other question today. Jim: "When you played as was taught to Sidney Lenz' partner in the Cul- wife? bertson-Lenz match what were, A—Andrew Johnson. He was the strongest and weakest parts, about 17 years of age when Mrs. of his game?" i Johnson taught him how to Oswald: "They were rat h e r; write. closely related. The strongest j Q_oid any states join the part of his game was his play union during the Civil War? •EN CASEY By IfMl ...ITS YOU. WE BOTH VANT XX) TO OPERATE VOO KNOW WHY PAP WON'T ACCEPT THAT GRANT...W. HE KNOWS HISMEWCALCONMTION ANPSODOI. JUST LIKE THAT, HUH? DOESN'T tSWE *' ' you MUCH CHOICE, DOES'IT? MADE THAT CHOICE ALREAW BEN... c iw WTut'Nc. T.M. t» u£ r*. on! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill % NO, I SEND 1SHOULDN'T OPEN} OURS Tb MR- THE ENVELOPE? J SRUBBLE ling little yoked dress for the | of no-trump contracts. The weak-; A— Yes, West Virvinia in 1863 younger girls of the family, est part was a no-trump com-: and Nevada in 1864. trimmed with a gay butterfly plex that led him to many three i _ embroidered in bright colors. j no - trump contracts when he No. 8254 with PATT-O-RAMA should have been in a major suit | is in sizes 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 years. Size 3, 2 yards of 35-inch; >/4 yard contrast. game. This hand is a good example." Watch Centers in 3 Countries Planned GENEVA (AP) — The Jim: "We have always stress- World Meteorological Organiza- To order, send 50c in coins to: led the importance of respond- tion plpns to set up W atch cen- ing witn one of a four card ma-: ters ln Wasri ington, Moscow and jor suit to any minor suit open-, Melbourne to prepare global ing by partner. If Sidney had j wea ther forecasts from data re- just responded one heart you' layed by space satellites, would have raised hearts andj Tne WMO expec ts the new there would have^been no troub-| world wea ther system to go into ^.^ ,„ effec) . - n 196g Meteorologists at 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. PRISCILLA'S POP By AIT le about that contract. Did he make three no-trump?" the centers will analyze the data, Oswald: "He certainly did and; prepare the forecasts and study without any great ado. Ely Culbertson cashed his four good diamonds and shifted to a spade Of course, Sidney was pleasure. Day when new con tacts pay dividends. PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20): Visit with confined individual is indicated. Work out plan to overcome limitations. I n stin c t apt to prove valid. Time to keep mind open for ideas, impressions. •ft « a If today is your birthday . . . you have business acumen — you inspire confidence and would make excellent financial advisor, banker, broker, a a tt General tendencies: Cycle high for Capricorn, Aquarius, Pisces. Special word to Libra: Member of opposite sex seems very much attracted. lucky that the diamonds were 4-4 large-scale weather problems. and not 5-3 but the fact that he made the rest of the tricks was skill, not luck." Jim: "Skill is right! I assume that he started by running off! accused of stealing 328 tons of four heart tricks and ending up meat worth more than $450,000 in dummy. Then he must have i at the official exchange rate. 14 More Indicted in Warsaw Meat Scandal WARSAW (AP) — Fourteen more persons have been indicted in Warsaw's meat scandal. Prosecutors said the !4 were led the jack of clubs." Oswald: "Right! Sidney had noted ihat Ely had shown the Stanislaw Wawrzecki, accused mastermind of illegal trafficking in meat, was executed last four top diamonds and the jack| March. Nine codefendants re- of hearts. If Ely had also held I ceived prison terms, the queen of clubs he would have opened the bidding." Jim: - 'It was still mighty fine play and a splendid recovery from a bad bid." er 18 is a legal holiday in Alaska in commemoration of the formal taking over of the area by the United States. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox MORTT MEEKLE By Dick Of att TARCS2AND ?&3U&2BC>. CAPTAIN EAST By Leslie Virginia colonists first brought cows to the United States. BUGS BUNNY PER TH' LAST ^ TIME, QUIT KICKIN' AND IN MY POOP, VA BIS CLUC< WHATtL VOLJ DO ABOUT IT, SHORTY? EH. I'LL 6HOWVA! « IKS by W..MI l,oi. f tf • . ficlurtt, l«c. L •"'• I . T.M. In U.S hi. OM.I CALL CAPTAIN CA5Y AT THE WIL BOAR INNl HE GftVE WE THBT HEX 1 WE'LL SBT AND WILL CONFIRM M STORY BUT I W$ IN AMERICA. V WASN'T HE WORKING FOR J-R MeKEB \THB MeKEE INDUSTRIE* WHEN THAT I WHO WA* R08BBRV OCCURREPl X , CAN EA6U.V KWV6 III ./ . RBCENTLV ABOUT THIS CRIME? TH» » AM OUTRAGE, PIPVOU VB**JHB INSPECTORS ITOLDMJl) ICHECKOM ) ONW SIR i WA* GIVEN THE KEY \SK ROUO J ROLLO ON TO SIR ROUUJ'5 LOCKBRiSL ? ^RECOUP PIEP ANP TOLP TO HEtP y^i^il^L. W 1914- MSB.?! THE BORN LOSER By Alt 'All I know is he's sure not hurting my business!" Animal Oddities Answer to Previous Puizl* CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "What I'd like to know is when are they coming up with a vacuum cleaner?" ACROSS 1 Aquatic mammal S Lion, for instance 8 Popular army animal hybrid 12 Feminine appellation 13 Turkish officer 14 Indigo 15 Duckbill 17 Forearm bone 18 Rabbits 19 Annual 21 Soak, as flax 23 Biblical country 24 Weapon 27 Scepter 29 Feminine name 32 Meadows 34 Plume 36 Kncompasser 38 Indefinite time period 30 Trite 40 It exists (cpnlr.) 42 Period of time •13 Soft metal 45 Indefinitely large 47 Fabulou* animal 50 Watching 54 Hand (comb, form) 55 Oyster boat 57 Disordered, as type 58 Born 59 Musical sound 60 Stockings 61 Mariner's direction 62 Over again DOWN 1 2nd year student 2 Damsel's appellation 3 Culture medium 4 More advanced 5 Headpiece 6 Malarial fever 7 Savor 8 Magnificent tombs (var.) 0 Boundless 10 Girl's appellation 11 Spirit 16 Belgian river 20 West German stream 22 Leaping amphibian 24 Tavern drinks 25 Schism 26 Periodicals 28 Food regimen 30 Greek portico 31 Child's counting word ALLEY OOP By V. T. 33 Silicon compound 35 Broad smile 37 Noted city in Nevada 41 Let it stand 44 Old woman 46 Laughing 47 Grunt (va 48 Hawaiian sandalwood 49 Pheasant broods (dial.) 51 Hard metal 52 Greek tetrachord 53 Enlarged 56 Observe' THAT'S RIGHT, LAPIES, POC IS AN EARTHMAN, JUST LIKE ME, ONLY HE'S FROM TH' TWENTIETH CENTURY... ...I KNOW tAUSE WE RUN AROUND TOGETHER IN A TIME-MACHINE.' WELL, I'P NEVER SUESSVOUTWOTO BE OF THE SAME STOCK, ETHNICALLY SPEAKING... ...BUT OP COURSE I SUPPOSE A FEW MILLION YEARS WOULD TENP TO SMOOTH OUT THE ROUGH 6POTS.' OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams ASSN. I SAIPI AIM'T EATIW COOKIES IW BER PIPN'T I ? WHAT'S THE MATTER, POM'T YOU BELIEVE ME? I CERTA1WLY DO.' FROM THE LOOK OF THE WI6- WAGaiM<5 BACK THERE, 1 THIWKYOUR PAL'S EATIW6 THEM FOR YOU.' THE W0RRV WART OUR BOARDING BOUSE—with Major Hoopte (RlNCHV 4PRINSSA 6URPR16E*

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