Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 27, 1965 · Page 24
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 24

Ironwood, Michigan
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Tuesday, July 27, 1965
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE. IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN TUESDAY, JULY 27, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr I Wednesday, July 28 "The wise man controls li i s destiny. . .Astrology points t h e way." ARIES (Mar. 21 — Apr. 191: New Moon accents change, creative activity, dealings with members of opposite sex. R e- member past promises. Welcome new ideas. Apply exper-' icnce to current situation. TAURUS (Apr. 20 — May 20): Some obstacles indicated.. Adjustment may be necessary In order to go ahead. Accept challenge. Finish previous business. Make decisions . . . andj follow through on plans. GEMINI (May 21 — June 20): You can now put ideas to work. New Moon stresses versatility, prospects and opportunity. Short journey could be profitable. Get ideas on paper. Consult relative, if practical. CANCER (June 21 — July 22): New Moon position accents income, debts, collection and possessions. ' Take stock. B e aware. Know what you have of! value — what must be d i s carded. Streamline approach. LEO (July 23 — Aug. 22): New projects, personal appearance, willingness to take a chance highlighted. Be perceptive. Beware of those who come up with impractical ideas. Keep both feet on ground. VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 22): Responsibilities of past emphasized. Remember resolutions. Realize certain patterns are unfolding. Perceive direction o f events. Then you take intelligent action. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): New Moon" position highlights hopes, wishes and ways of fulfillment. Freinds may offer aid. T h r o W off false pride. R e • ceive help in spirit it is given. Others want you to benefit. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 —Nov. 21): You -can now add to prestige if you are confident. Avoid confusion of purpose. Set compass of goal — and follow it. Be thorough. -Finish job at hand. Reward could follow. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — "Dec. 21): Lunar position reveals tendency to wander from goal. Correct this —concentrate forces. Be aware of details. Check hints, facts. Then assimila t c knowledge. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. 19): Important you probe deeply for answers. Reject superficial indications. Cooperation indicated from mate or partner. Find the reason why. Then you can meet financial problem. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 —Fe b . 18): Relations with public magnified. Be observant. Find out how to appeal to large segment of people. Come down out of Ivory tower. Favorable reaction due to result. BRIDGE BY JACOBY WEST 4 !) 6 fi 3 2 V 9 74 2 • 984 3 4> None SOUTH NORTH 27 AKR7 V A .1 B * K7 4. A Q !! 6 2 EAST * QJ 10 V 10 83 4 106n *K 107 5 (D) A A4 V K Q 5 * A QJ 2 * J84 3 Both vulnerable South West North 1 N.T. Pass 6 N.T. Pass Pass Opening lead — 4k 3 East Pass king-ten and two small are entirely different card combi n a - tions. Missing king-ten-sma 11, there is no way to lose more than one trick In the suit and declarer can afford the jack lead as a guard against finding all three cards in front of the ace, but when you miss four of the suit, you must lead low to guard against finding all four in back of the ace-queen. Note that a low club lead would have guarded against any and all possible divisions of the club suit and guaranteed the contract. Quick Quiz Q—When Was the first presidential wedding solemnized in the White House? A—On June 2", 1886, when Miss Frances Folsom became the bride of Gr,over Cleveland. Q—What tree has the smallest buds? A—Hawthorn has tiny buds 5138-N FOR YOUR PET!—Start now to make this easy-knit sweater for your pet! He'll love you for trying to keep him cosy on those chilly days ahead! Pattern No. 5138-N has knit directions for back length, excluding collar. 8, 10, 12, 14. 16, 18, and 20 inches inclusive. 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 '6 Fall and Winter Album! Regula features: custom collection items to crochet, knit, stitch! By JACOBY & SON , „ „ ulll ima uuy ouus North was one of those unfor-ibest seen with a magifying lens, tunate people who can't behave! Q_what Washington hostess properly when dummy. As soon i was famous as a spy during the as he put his cards on the table, j Civil War? A—Rose Greenhow, who is said to have sent word to Confederate Gen. Beauregard that he leaped from his seat to look at his partner's hand. What he saw pleased BEN CASEY By Neal Adunf He could count 12 or him. 13 the Yankees were coming, caus- . . . . — i wlt * muvcea were cuming, cai tricks, depending on whether or Ing union defeat at Rull Run. not his partner had to lose a club. He returned to his seat happily, but was startled to see his partner lead the jack of clubs at trick two. West showed out and South's gold had turned to dross. Instead of scoring game, slam and rubber, he had to see 100 points written on his opponents' side of the score. "Blank, blank, blank," yelled PISCES (Feb. 19 —Mar. 20) Knowledge gained from past ex perience can now be u s e c Avoid one who procrastinates Set pace. Get where you a r going.-Don't be sidetracked b false report. a a a IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTH DAY. . .you have sense of in dependence that attracts man people — some admire you others are envious, a a a GENE RAL TENDENCIES Cycle high for Leo, Virgo. Spec ial word to Cancer: Be pract cal where money is concernee President Johnson proposes t convert the polluted Potomac in to "a model of scenic and rec reational values for the entir country." The historic river tha flows by the nation's capital i contaminated by sewage, min acids, industrial wastes, sludg and silt. BUGS BUNNY 'YOU STILL HAVEM'T FIXED THAT HOLE IN THE SCREEN! LIKE PROMISED! f OKAY, OKAY/ PETUNIA! CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner North. "Where did you learn to play bridge?" "I just read in the Jacoby column that the jack play is correct when you miss king-t e n- small." replied poor South. South had read the column correctly, but he had overlooked the fact that king-ten-small and Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 V Pass 1 N.T. Pass Pass Dblc 2 * Pass Pass 2 4 Pass 3 A Pass ? You, South, hold: AA.Q76 VKJ86 *3 AK 9 4 2 What do you do'.' A—Pass. Your partner was unable to bid over two diamonds and you only have thirteen high card points and a four card suit. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of passing over two diamonds your partner has bid two spades. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Marenisco Personals Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilcox and Mrs. R. Cowdrey and children, Bancroft, will spend two weeks here with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Allan Jr., and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thomas, Chicago, are vacationing h e re with a brother in law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Gagman,, and a brother and sister in law.j Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Grudnoski. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Reese, Decatur, 111., have returned home after spending two months with his mother, Mrs. Delia Reese, and a brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Russell. While here, their daughter. Mrs. Jo ann Lutes, and sons, also of Decatur, spent several days with them. When Mrs. Lutes and sons returned home they were accompanied by Peter MacLeod, who drove back here with Kip Lutes, who spent another week here, and then was accompan i e d home by MacLeod. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nordbergi and children spent a weekend in Green Bay with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. John Mashl. Msgr. R. j. Bassett, Garden, spent a day recently with the Carl Anderson family. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "Do you have something suitable for an elderly person? My mother is having a birthday and she'll be 32!" Variety Answer to Previous Puzzle MARCH ON THE DEAN'S OFFICE! FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosscr WELUL GUESS THEY GET PROMOTED JUST LIKE EVERYOMF L JUST DIDNT/THERE'S KMOW IT /A WAPPEMED r TIME FOR THAT WAY' SO OUR. MAILMAN MAPE SEgGEAMT/ PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vc MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli etas. WHAT I'M VO71N0 FDE BGR3CE IORSM MY Bl<& MOUTH JOIN THE FRIENDSHIP CLUB 7-3? CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner * LAT6TO STOP, CAROL, 6UT SOUR LIGHTS WERE ONi AMP I WANT TO REMINP VOU LOOK 7 NOT REAUV! 1 SAID UPSBT1 AMV- I THINS THAT WASH THING WRONG?! FOR JEALOUSV.-ANP ONE WOKP LEP TO ANOTHER.. TILL HE STALKEP OUT TWO HOURS AGO.' I'LL RUN ALONG. MAV X NO-STAYt WITH BE AWKWARP IF X AM I HERE. IT'LL BE EASIER PRESENT AT *»«» y TO LET THE SUBJECT "TT. REUNIONI 7—f PROP1 HE SHOULP EB ^ ' WALKEP OUT 8V MOW,,, AMP COME PRAGGIMQ IW.ANVMOMEWT1 RETURNS FROM A DATS. HE STOPS AT THE OF WASH TUW&... THE BORN LOSER ALLEY OOP By V. T. HamliB ACROSS 1 Monolithic column 4 Opiate (slang) 8 Japanese girdles 12 Grow old ' 13 Muscat is its capital 14 Meditate 15 Precious stone 16 Spells incorrectly 18 Sets of seven singers 20 Shield bearings 21 Bitter vetch 22 Frenchman's "summers" 24 Olympian goddess 26 Mine entrance 27 Possesses SOEluder 32 To the point 34 Motorists' havens 35 Card game (Ft.) 36 View 37 Drone bees 39 Falsifier 40 Vetiver 41 Encountered 42 Anesthetic 45 Spicy foodstuff 49 Parts of churches 51 Fish 52 Related 53 Remove (print.) 54 Roof finial 55 Fruit drinks 56 Goddess 57 "The deep" DOWN J Loiters 2 Awry 3 Restrained 4 Cupolas 5 Leave out 6 Went by 7 Abstract being 8 Sheaves 9 Male bovine 10 Small island 11 Soap-frame bar 17 Befitting a 19 Barter 23 Ocean movements 24 Dress edges 25 Cry of bacchanals 26 Malicious burning 27 Birthrights U8 Transactions 29 One who (suffix) A N D NATURE TNI 31 Seniors 33 Chest rattle (pl.) 38 Grater 40 Buckles 41 Calliope. Clio, Erato, etc. 42 Feminine name 43 Footpath (dial.) 44 Robust 46 Gudrun's husband (myth.) 47 Open space 48 Assam silkworm 50 Dutch city JWWSPAP£K ASSN. WHASSA. MATTER, DOC? WHY AIKITCHA GETT1N 1 SOME SLEEP? ^'HAMMOCK! SURE.' W THERE NOW. BY GOLLV THAT'LL FIX M3U ^ ALL TH 1 COMFORTS OFf TH 1 NAW IS 1 20TH CENTURY/ ( COMFORTABLE OH, r SUESS ITS JUST THAT I'M NOT USEP TO MOOVIAN MATTRESSES f AW, SEE, POC, I'M 5ORR* OUT OUR WAY-By J. R. Williams KIDS RAISEP HIHA UP ON A BOTTLE / THEY'LL BE SICK-PO YOU REALIZE WHAT YOU'RE COIN'? YES, I'VE LAIN IN BED FOR HOURS GETTING UP THE MERVE—HE'S GROWING HORNS NOW ANP IS BUTTIKJG EVERYTHING-1 KNOW WHAT 1'AA DOING/ OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople . THAT A MO!?E, BO/5 — WHAT'S A MA3OR, Wet>lON'T/we VlERE "3UST DARE/MENTION A SWPLE Fl-SH-Y RIKMA30R. iM& TRIP TO YOU NOT AFTER J/HtoletfT EVEM 60T THOSE FANCV /THE BUCKS F£« RESORT* VOO TELL Lie Of 6A<5OUNE TO A MAM Of MY M&AMS ^ nle MEANS HE

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