Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on June 18, 1965 · Page 12
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JUNE 18, 1963. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr SATURDAY, JUNE 19 "The wise 'man controls his destiny . . Astrology points the way.'' ARIS (Mar. 21-Apr. 19i: Don't be depressed if social pace slows You can use a rest! Stay out of disputes. Maintain attitude of neutrality. Good time fon special purchase in connection' with hobby. j TAURUS 'Apr. 20 - May 20t: | Fine for mixing business withj pleasure. If you attend special meeting or conference . . . prestige is enhanced. Socialize. Display sense of humor. Valuable new contacts possible now. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): Be aware of details. Check with degree of thoroughness. Piece together bits of information — get complete story. Tran slate philosophy into actual effort, i Turn dreams to realities. CANCER (June 21 - July 22V: Plans may not pay off quickly now. Means take long-range view or delay decision. Don't tie up all assets. Some changes indicated later which may require cash outlay. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): Time to be tactful and especially considerate of feelings of family members. Harsh actions create emotional tension. Surprise gift tonight could lend festive air at home. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 221: Your past resolutions require review. Keep promises made to others—and to yourself. Avoirl self-deception. Pace issues as they exist. Accomplish m e n t s could now receive public attention. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22) Attend to basic needs indicated Don't go to extremes in eating, drinking at special affair. Moderation is key. One with experience may confide problem. Be discreet! SCORPIO (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21)' Time to be observant. Your excellent powers of analysis pay off. You find "missing 'link" Could affect income opportunities. Fine evening for entertaining, attending theater or lecture SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Don't be disillusioned by calloused individual. Maintain air of-optimism. New contacts indicated. Highlight independence of thought, action. Be original! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Time to study income potential. Obtain ideas from today's Scorpio message. Read between the lines. Be receptive. Answers to questions are important. You could obtain many successful hints. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18) Plan within framework of recognized standards. Don't veer off BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 18 4KQJ ¥7542 • AJ3 + 743 WEST EAST 41086 * 9532 ¥ K 8 3 ¥ Q 10 6 4964 • 10 752 + Q1098 +AJ 1 SOUTH (D) * A74 ¥ AJ9 «KQ8 *K652 No one vulnerable South West North Eut 1 N.T. Pass 3 N.T. . Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 10 make that play probably would defeat the no-trump game. Q—The bidding has been: Smrtk We* Nertk BM! 1* Pass 1* Pasf 1* Past 2* P«M 2V Pass 3V Pan 7 You, South, hold: *KC54 VAS2 *K«5 *K4S What do you do? A —Bid four heart*. Y»w •and la a minimum, bat y*m hare the kinis of both yew partner's suits and all yrat points are In aees and kings. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of responding one heart to your opening club bid your • partner jumps to two hearts. What do you do now? Aaawer Tomorrow Quick Quiz 5856-H EMBROIDERY PINAFORES PLUS!—Pinafors are so comfortable to wear, especially when a matching si insult is hidden underneath! Trim with a cute kitten in easy emoroid- ery! Pattern No. 5856-H has tissue —size 2. 3, 4 inclusive: hot-iron transfer; full directions. To order, send 35c in coins to: Anne Cabot, Iromvood 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! course. Those who advocate "stretching a point" should not be heeded. Maintain your principles. Stand tall! PISCES (Feb. 19 - Mar. 20): Cycle moves up. Circumstances due to turn in favor of your efforts. Highlight personality, public appearance. Join in group effort as a participant. Keep up on news. ^4 •?•' ''" If today is your birthday . . . you are an extremely active individual—would make wonderful salesman, contact representative. « a * General tendencies: Cycle high for Aquarius, Pisces, Aries. Special word to Sagittarius: You gain if you follow through on your ideas. By JACOBY & SON Today's article concerns itself j with the identical hand of yes-] terday. i The bidding is just the same. South's hand is a standard one no-trump opening and North's 1 a standard three no-trump raise. i Some players would select ; some other lead than a club i against three no-trump but we j are going to have the same opening lead won the same way by East's ace, the same jack of clubs return, the same overtaking by West's queen, the same club continuation won by South's; king, the same spade lead to j dummy and the same low heart) play at trick five. Today we have a different play by East. East has visual- i ized the whole heart situation and; ! proceeds to rise with the queen | of hearts instead of merely play| ing a low heart. I This play is very likely to | cause South to go down. He will! i assume that East has played the, queen from some king-queen | combination. After that assumption South will take his ace, return to dummy, lead another heart and play the jack rather than the nine after East follows low to that second heart lead, j We have just described a defense play that only an expert would make. The play does not have to succeed since South can counter it by playing his nine spot the second time he plays hearts. Should South make that counter to East's play of the queen? The answer is that any expert South would realize that such a defensive play was possible and that he might well give an expert East credit for making it. He might, but probably he wouldn't and any East who did Q—What is a "billet-doux"? A—The French term billet- doux is a love letter or note Q_What is chronophobiaV i A—An impulse to smash clocks Q—How large is the White House land plot? A—Eighteen acres. Q_Who was our youngest president? A—Theodore Roosevelt, at 42. Q—Prior to the present Pope Paul VI, who was the last Pope to assume the name of Paul? A—Pope Paul V who reigned from 1605 until his death in 1621. BEN CASET BJ Nftf WE BOTH AGREE WITH }O»,BEN. THE PATIENT MUST HAVE A COMPLETE NEW SERIES OF EXAMINATIONS. HEART, LUNGS ANP BRAIN. ANP WE STILL NEEP A ^ | AAEOICAL HISTORV. THAT'S GOT TO BE THE HKST STEP. J « nm, M tt. »Jf YOU'LL SEE TOMORROW AAORKJINS. BEN, WHO'S THE RfcTIENT? tUT..! SUGGEST... WE'LL COMEBACK TO WHERE WE STARTED.. MtWCMt SITUATION INOPERABLE. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrtn THATS WWAT KEEP ASKING BARBER./ 1 JUSTCAKJT UNOERSTAMD WHY DO YOU CHARSt PULL PRICE FORA PRISCILLA'S POP BjAl Cigarette Warning Bill Passes Senate WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate has passed a bill which would require health warnings on cigarette packages. Under the measure approved late Wednesday 72 to 5 and sent on to the House, cigarette packages would have to carry this warning: "Caution: Cigarette smoking may be hazardous to your health." The bill carries a three-year moratorium against requiring such a statement in cigarette advertising. House debate on the issue may start next week. BOY! I'M GLAD VOU'RE ^ NOT ONE OF TWOSE CRYING .*-.««. CRIED FOR TWO DA AND THREE NIGHTS! SHE- DIDN'T STOP TILL) ME PROMISED HER A< WHOLE NEW SUMMERJ ^— r r»l ITCIT/ i — ^ OUTFIT USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS BUGS BUNNY IT'S ME/ELMER!...WHAT A COINCERDENCE... IT SMELLS LIKE VER COOKINJ'SUPPER! (SNIPPi) 1 ELMER'S COOKIN'SOMETHIN' GOOD: I'LL DROP INI CASUAL-LIKE! MOW THAT I'M HERE, HOW ABOUT STAYIN' T 1 EAT? •' ^ ITS OKAY WITH ME IF IT'S ALL WISHT WITH CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "Np, you don't have to pay personal properly taxes on your marbles and toys ... not YET!" $5.2 Billion Space Program Approved WASHINGTON (AP) — The Senate and House have agreed to authorize expenditure of nearly $5.2 billion on the nation's civilian space program in the year which starts July 1. Both houses gave voice-vote approval Wednesday to the bill, which is nearly $70 million less than President Johnson requested. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox 4-'f * IMS k. NCA. I.e. T.M. I,, U.S. frt. Oil. ."No, siree! I didn't forget our anniversary! I brought home some candles so we could dine in style!" Landmarks Antwtr to Pr»viout Puitl* racnaaun ACROSS 1 Canyon 6 Peak 11 Old World nonpasscnnc bird 12 Incident 13 Nautical term 14 Sapidity 7 Cruel Russian czar 8 European falcon 9 Meat dishes 10 Robs 11 Compels to go • along 15 Arabian caliph anana nnmai-j aoana uraciau HHnass aarai itin 15 High mountain 20 Passion 16 Of a Rod (Latin) 23 Equal amounts uacn isma 17 Within (prefix) 18 Sheltered side 19 Perched 21 Unit of reluctance 22 Icelander, for example 26 Utter (pi.) 27 Correlative of neither 28 Irish Chambers of Deputies 31 Barter 33 Eggs 34 Arikaran Indian .15 Adjusted 40 Temperance group fab.) •41 Cyprinoid fish 42 Exist 43 Asiatic nation 45 Acquired 48 Charged atom 49 Resin 50 Chalcedonies 52 Employer 53 Recount 54 Aroma 55 Lure DOWN Ifilad tiding* 2 Decay 3 Copied 4 Thames River reef 5 Feminine appellation f> • Small (»>.) of each (pharm.l 24 Incline the head 32 Breathe 25 fear 34 Malay rulers 29 Hawaiian fvtr.) pepper 36 Esteem 30 John (Gaelic) 37 Merriment 31 Of lockjaw, for 38 Having gnawed instance rim oanaara 39 Lair 41 Inactive 44 So be it! 46 Molding 47 Soapston* SI The abiolutc ' (Chinese philoc.) NBWSTAKB IhlWUU ASSN. MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Civil* THATCAN QUOTE ELIZABETH BAeQ£TT BBOWNINI0? CAPTAIN EASY POOR MR. SMOLLETT. Z ALM05T HOPE HE DECIDE* NOT TO POSTH» CONFESSION ACOUPt»0'PAV5.. TILL. ME «T* REPL1E* FROM HIS CABLE* FOR AN AU6I...ANO MR. MULLETS CONFESSION REACME* THEM! PONT WASTE SVMFATHy ON ZACK 1 . HE'LL HAVE A NICE QUIET CELL TO MULL OVER HI* PRACTICAL JOKS ON McKEEl ABOUT HOW LONft WIU.THEV HOLD HIM? ZACHMtV TROON 90 woe OUT$|PETHE6ANd WHO KNOW STORV. ANP I'M NOT ONE-TO GOSSlPl AJ.WOST PELT . «ORRV FOR HIM'. THE BORN LOSER By Art ALLEY OOP By V. T. ESPECIALLY \WELL,OFCOO ON THIS V9UNG, AT THIS STAGE UNSPOILED J OF MAN'S . PLANET.' r^ TERRESTRIAL DEVELOPMENT... FINDING A. MAN OF SCIENCE HERE IS CERTAINLY I... MYGOffNESS,/ 1 YAHHMN I'M SO J/ME TOO... SLEEPY.'r^A I WELL/MOT WAS COMFARATIVEUirV'JUST A SIMPLE, „ / BITE OF ._ WASN'T IT 3 / NECTOSIA'S - --sa^ / XLL iT- TAKES/ ...BUT IN TIME, HELL BECOME A FORCE TO BE RECKONED WITH IN OUR SOLAR f A/ INS b NIA.-IK. T.M. «... U.I. OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams WELL.WHAT DO YOU THINK I AW? WHY, AMV FOOL WOULD KNO THAT.' WELL, I'M JUST TELLIN'- YOU, IS ALL.' 1 WANT A MEW SHAFT MADE, LIKE THIS OLD ONE, BUT DOMT PUT THEM GROOVES, IN IT.' THERE'S A CASE OF A SMART MAN HAVIM' TO SUFFER PER A DUMVVV/.' ONE GUV TH' BULL TOLD TO MAKE A SHAFT LIKE TH' OLD ONE, PUT ALL TH'GROOVES AN'WORN PLACES IN TH' NEW'ONE.' ,TH'BULU SEZ TO WON'T DO YOU PO EXACTLY WHAT 1 , TELL MX)."' OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople OOH, MY ^EAT: HURTS.') WHO OLD BUDDY.'ver JDS'HAD A 1 LITTLE TOUSH LUCK. CHAMP, PASSIN'OUT THAT BEFORE THE R6UT STARTED/BETTER LAV OFF THOSE ffcRK CHOPS fOK. OJNCH/, I WARM YOU 80/6, ONE WOTO OF WHAT HAPPENED TO ANYONE AND I'LL r RINS A SELL THE NEXT TIMB PUNCHY \6 NEAR > JOU.'-*.HAK'- KAFF/** AS AM AUTHOR ITV < Ort BLACKSTONE.T A5SURE-- YOU NO 3URV WPULO HOLT5 ME t THIN6 THAT MI6HT HAPPEN / ]

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