Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 17, 1965 · Page 16
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 16

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, June 17, 1965
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SIXT1-FN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY. JUNE TT, IMS. i! Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Friday, June IS I "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES i Mar. 21 — Api. lilt: Give careful consideration to matter of financial nature. 'Important project subject t o c h s n g e. Your point is now strong. Your cycle rises. You may get better deal! TAURUS (Apr. 20 —May 'JOK A "falling out 1 ' could occur among friends unless you are specific. Be clear in giving and re elvlng directions. Don't, arouse envy of associates. Key is TACT. I GEMINI (May 21 — June 20): | Utilize your marvelous sense of adventure. Be versatile and witty. Fine social evening indicated. Journey connected with vacation also shown. Much acti-1 I'ity now. i Caner (June 21 — July 22):! Highlight glamor. Be wise i n ways of the world AND a good listener — but don't beli eve everything. Today you fill i n missing pieces. You learn . . . ! utilize knowledge. i LEO (July 23 — Aug. 221: Im- j patience could cause trouble. Do ; more listening than asserting, i Be receptive — especially to authoritative advice. Eye-open-j Ing discovery seems indicated. Be perceptive. VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 22): Visits affecting friends, relatives in spotlight. Wonderful day j for planning activities. A change I may occur at home. Domestic adjustment indicated. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): Favorable lunar aspect high - ! lights romantic interests. C o m- bine realism with fantasy. Try to know difference between illusion and actuality. Recognize j changes may be indicated. i SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. 21): Get business deals completed. Good time for buying and selling. Your business acumen pays off. Look to future. Be alert for genuine bargain. , SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — Dec. 21): Vacation trip may take spotlight. Don't overlook details. Day to complete business projects, finalize plans. Keep mind open to constructive suggestion. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. 19): Encourage new view. Present your own treatment or methods. Highlight original i t y. Fine for meeting people. You can make friends, start lasting relationship. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): Cycle high. Your personality sparkles. You attract favorable attention. Fine for personal appearances, speeches. What appears to be opposition soon van- 5932.H SHOW-OFFS! — "Show-off" linens are easy to make— simply transfer these pretty monograms, then embroider! You'll win many compliments when you use or gift-give them! Pattern No. 5932-H has hot-iron transfer for 6 motifs and 12 daisies; color chart. 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 Spring-Summer Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! BRIDGE BY JAGOBY NORTH 4KQ.T 17 • AJ3 4743 WEST EAST A 1086 49532 VK83 V Q 106 • 964 • 10 752 + Q.1098 *AJ SOUTH (D) 4A74 • A J9 • KQ8 + K652 No one vulnerable South West North East 1 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 4 10 ishes. ' PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20): Keep communication lines clear. Important to perceive hid den meanings. Check between the lines. Stress versatility, alternate methods. Avoid stubbornness. Be flexible. t> 6 ft If today is your birthday . . . you are a dynamic person, able to illustrate your meanings. You would excell as director, promoter or sales specialist. <r A tt General tendencies: Cycle high for Aquarius, Pisces. Special word to Scorpio: Keep security requirements in mind. By JACOB* & SON A letter from Cleveland reads in part: "I had 17 points for my no-trump opening and my partner was certainly entitled' to go to three no-trump with his 11. According to you and all other authorities 11 plus 17 equals 28 and all you need for game is 26. "I made game all right but must consider that I was lucky. East won the first trick with the ace of clubs and returned the jack. I ducked. West overtook with the queen and led third club which I won. I could only count eight tricks and saw that the only place for a ninth trick was in hearts. I went to dummy, led a heart and stuck in the nine. West won with the king, took his last club and led a spade. I was back in dummy and successfully finessed my jack of hearts for my ninth trick. Was that a triple finesse?" The answer to his final question is that it was about a two and one-half finesse. It was also correct play since it gave the best chance for a ninth trick. The chance wasn't top good since it depended on find i n East with the ten spot and either the king or queen of hearts but that 'One chance in four came i off and South made his game | Twenty-six points or even 29 1 or 30 don't guarantee a game. ' All we know is that when the partnership has 26 high card points it belongs in game provided that it can find a satisfactory spot. Twenty North - South points were concentrated in two suits but could only produce six tricks. Give either North or South a fourth spade or diamond and there would be another top trick and three no-trump would have been a lead pipe cinch During the siege of the island of Malta during World War II, more fhan 37,000 buildings were damaged or destroyed by Axis forces BUGS BUNNY /URK! VA PAINTED EXIT" ON! CLUCK; PI.MISH PAlNTiNj'TH'SISN, SYLVESTER? HMM! MO NEED FOR ALASMi ( THAT SHOULP SOLVE OUR DILEMMA,' CARNFVAb-By Dick Turner '., "I 0on'tr see how you do it. Pop! I've been shaving for six months and I've cut in}sell both time.s!" Q—The bidding hM been: ftmrth We* Ncrtk ~ 14k Pass IV P«« 1 * Pass 2 • Paw ? You, South, hold: *K«54 VA What do you do? A—BM «w» heart*. TOT Hk« bearU as well aa ahrald return to yew tint bM mil. TODAY'S QUESTION Your partner continue* to three hearts. What do yew do now? Answer Quick Quiz Q—Has the Nobel Peace Prize ever been awarded posthumously? A—Only once, to Dag Ham- marskjold in 1961. Q—How many people work in the Empire State Building? A—Some 16,000. Q—Which is our largest national park? A—Yellowstone National Park, with 2,213,207 acres. Q—Is it safe to touch corals? A—Many corals sting like jellyfish. Q—Do birds possess the same senses as humans? A—Yes, but they are developed to a different degree. Sharon Miilu Awarded Scholarship to Suomi MASS — Sharon Ann Miilu, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Walter Miilu, was announced as a scholarship winner on the state scholarship program to Suomi College, Hancock, by Dr. Lynn M. Bartlett, state superintendent of public instruction and chairman of the Michigan Higher Education Assistance A u t hority. Some 2844 applicants were awarded scholarship totaling $1,044,000 and all award winners will receive a Certificate of Recognition. Miss Miilu will enter Suomi College as a freshman in September. Fourteen members of the Evergreen Extension Club enjoyed a turkey supper at Paul's Dining Room, Silver City, Monday night, June 7. A social bour followed the supper. Miss Barbara Blanksvard, who has been taking the Practical Nurses at Marquette, is now completing her course at the Newberry State Hospital. She will be graduated in September. She spent a recent weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Blanksvard, Greenland. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox i-17 * nt; t. HI*. u«. T u it,. u.«. r*. of. "My letter of recommendation, sir! Read it aloud so we both can enjoy it!" Variety An»w«r to Prt»iou« Punl* ACROSS 1 British royal family (17th cent.) 7 Stage plays 13 Greater in size 14 Eliminate 15 Handled 16 Stage whispers 12 Soap frame tar 19 Like (suffix) 21 Perfumes 22 Increase in degree 23 Continued story 24 Squanders 25 "Annie Oakley" 26 Singing voice 17 Miss Benadcret 27 Hindu 18 Snooze 20 Bitter vetch 21 Dexterity 25 lambastes (slangl 28 Cross again 32 Winged 33 Annual income (Kr.) 34 Leather thong 35 Obscure 36 Evening party 38 Stevedores, for example 39 Snuffles 41 Bustle 44 Hebrew tribe 45 Masculine nickname 48 Philippic 51 Mock 54 Swapper 55 Makr possible 56 Portable chljtt 57 Sow anew DOWN 1 Pitcher 1 * pUte (baseball slang) 2 Polynesian god 3 Major or Miner 4 Turkish officer SRot by exposure 6 Tendencies 7 Dealer in dry goods 8 Legal point « Friend (Kr) 10 Fashion U Asseverate 29 British princess 30 One who (suffix) .11 Indian weights 42 Dreadful Large sea ducks 43 Mouthward 38 Borrower's opposite 40 It proceeds (Latinl 41 Lawyers fab.) 45 Harmonize (coll.) 46 Vacant, M a house 47 Recompense 49 County it Idaho SOUir 52 Mariner'! direction 53 Short iupp«<J ftbric KNTEVUSE ASSN. BEN PADS CONDITION SEEMS INOPEWW, MEDICINE DOESN'T CHANGE FROM ONE StOEOFTHEOC^N WE OTHER ONE HOSPITAL TO ANOTHER.NEITHER AT LEAST, KN,6IVEU* A CHANCE.MAKE A, EXAM) YOURSELF ANP THEM OPERABLE TO ONE £>OCTORMW )V NOT BE TOAMDTHER POCTOR. WHAT WAKES you THINK INOPERABLE FOR ANOTHER DOCTOR K OPfMlif FORM*? FKECKLES AND BIS FRIENDS By MerrtD SO-USIM/J ' 'ur. WELL, I 1& SEE ALL IHATSRftM PRISCILLA'S POP SM MDUR NECK AND PULL UP MDUR SOCKS' By Al :«-vt iHORTT MEEKLB By Dtek CmrtfB OUfULt ANDTHATWS NE4BtyAN OCJBANPA HALFA3O/ CAPTAIN EASY By LesHe 1M T Ve*«.T«* CHAP A TELL HIM VOU CAPTAM I INSIST* OH 9OWt I GAVE W? THAT BA5Y. YOU V COCK ANI> BULL KEY. AND SAID STORY- STRAMwl HE HAS AN MONOT MCJE-AMP SORRY TOW* TROUWfcD YOUi CONFU5EP WITH | QOM* FMC0WIJ6H1 SOME OTHER CH«Pi( TEU. HIM Z VMS AT TO HELP W5EU* TOSIRROUffS WILPQAMB- %3 MMLROttERV TOOK PLACE: THE BORN LOSER By Aft ALLEY OOP By V. T. ...MERELY A f vgu?) THAT'S MATTER OF V "/RIGHT, ETHNOLOGICAL^ A MR. EVOLUTION!.-/ / I OOP... ...HERE; m ANOTHER AND MJU, DOCTOR... IWHY^YES.j OOOLAI* _^/PON*T MIND OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams PRA.ID VOU'LL \ MAKE A PINE HOUSEBOAT (AY EYE.' WE'LL. HAVE TO BUILD A OCEAN LINER UMDER IT TO KEEP IT AFLOAT/ 1 DOKI'T KNOW WHY A INTELLIGENT GUY LIKE MB RUINS PERFECT SUMMERS WITH LOUTS.' MISS SUMP'W- 1 OCR BOARDING HOUSE— with Major Hoopto ANO ™ 6R THOUOHT/ A UXKY ffoMCH ON& VERSION/ CHlfJ BREAKS EASIER THAN A PROMISE/ THE 30D«sAtApE Metfovv RlOIN" STREET CAR'S fcOCKiN*

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