Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 28, 1965 · Page 32
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 32

Ironwood, Michigan
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Wednesday, July 28, 1965
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Ornarr Thursday, July ^ "The wise man controls h i s destiny. . .Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21 - Apr. 19>: ; No time to be extra vpgant or careless. Key is creative approach. Means find new ways of expressing yourself. Hi?hl i g ht simplicity. Many will appreciate your honesty. TAURUS 'Apr. 20 --May 201. Give attention to project which may require legal approval.: Communicate ideas. Be avail-.' able for ronsuK.xt!on. Throw o!fi tendency to b£ stubborn. Mem-i ber of opposite sex could con-| fide problem. ' GEMINI (May 21 — June 20): I Avoid scattering forces. Obtain hint from Taurus inessage. Give full play to intellectual curiosity. Confusion with co-worker zould arise. Be fair. Issues can be resolved. CANCER (June 21 — July 22): Realize you cannot "buy" basic requirements. Means you must make some concessions. Then others will respond favorably. You will be happier if you don't force issues. Listen — absorb and learn. LEO (July 23 — Aug. 22): Important you handle responsibility with air of c o n f i d e n c e. Others can be favorably i m pressed. Utilize innate sense of showmanship. Cycle high. But se wary of one who spreads rumors. VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 22) : Mow you can see clearly — and perceive truth. But play cards zlose to chest. Don't reveal all you know. One who attempts to Ieceive .could expose himself. 3e observant, ready, to act LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 221: Friends may confide money problems. Help those willing to lid themselves. Now you can i d v a n.c e original prop o s al.! Shake of lethargy. Fine for new, stimulating contacts. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. 21) STou could find yourself part of in unusual situation. Wishf u 1 ••hinklng may appear to domin- ite. Seek out real meanings Take events in stride. Ret a i n sense of humor. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 — Dec, 21): Evaluate reports, let- ;ers, calls. Now you can e x - pand interests. Gain indicated from written word. Study your paper for valuable hints. Take! nothing for granted. Study, lacts, figures. , CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 —Jan. i 19): Not wise to accept invitations hastily. Size up purpose, motive. Otherwise you could be In for boring, annoying even- Ing. Stick to familiar ground. Get sufficient rest. Emphasize practical approach. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 — Feb BRIDGE BY JACOBY 5130-N SOFT TURBAN! — The softly- draped turban is sure to be the most popular head-covering for this coming season! It's gentle folds flatter the face, and its snug-fit makes it so comfortable to wear! Pattern No. 5130-N has crochet 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, address with zip code, style No. and size. Send 50c now for your new '65 Fall and Winter Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! NORTH 28 4 A 0 7 2 VQ.T 4 A K 64 + J 107 WEST EAST * K S * ,J 3 V 6 4 3 V 10752 * QJ 1032 49875 4-954 *863 SOUTH (D) * Q 10864 V AK98 * None + A K Q 2 Both vulnerable South AVcsl North 1 4 4* 4V Pass Pasr Pass Pass 3A 4 • 64 Pass East Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• Q ; they \vont on to win the tourna ment ' Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 V Pass 1 N.T. Pass Pass Oblc 2 * 2 * Pass You, South, hold: 4AQ76 VKJ86 *3 +K94Z What do you do? A—Bid four spades. This is a very slight overbid, bat yon have the distribution to warrant a slight overbid. TODAY'S QUESTION Instead of passing over West's no-trump, your partner has bid two diamonds. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz 18):-Accept changing conditions. Go with the tide. No time to challenge superiors. Emphasiz a tact, patience. Then you ultimately achieve goal. Know this- act accordingly. PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): Indirect approach gets best results now. Means subtle methods, statements strike r e - sponsive chord. Your "poetic sense" emphasized. Others are fascinated. Make mental outline of goal. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY. . .you are highly intuitive You seem to be able to sense events before they occur. GENERAL TENDENCIES Cycle high for Leo, Virgo, Lib ra. Special word to Aries: Fine day for cementing ties of a f - fection. USE DAILY GLOBE WANT-ADS BUGS BUNNY IF VA WANT A MEAN THIS ONE IS IT, ELMER CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "She's very mature! Ask her what space is and right away ftbe'U tell you it's the word that conies alter parking!" By JACOBY &. SON i Jim Jacoby gets his lath e r reminiscing today. He asks: "What, is the most interesting! ace-quten play you recall'" Oswald: "It was in the first ; round of a Spingold Cup Tour- ! nament back in the days when) sudden death matches were] playerl Margaret Wagar of Atlanta opened one spade and found herself in a grand slam contract after the bidding shown ' in the box." ! Jim: "A very poor contr act, when you look at all the cards but there certainly was t r e- mendous duplication between the North and South hands and! while Mrs. Wagar did make a slight overbid, it is hard to find any serious criticism of h e r grand slam bid." Oswald: "Mrs. Wagar, one of the two or three greatest women players of all time, managed to make the hand. She ruffed the opening diamond in her own hand and led the queen of spades just as if she didn't have a care in the world. West also had no cards. He ducked quickly on the theory that Maggie held queen-jack seven times and would not finesse. Magg i e let the queen ride and pickd the king and jack together on the next lead." Jim: "A nice swindle, but also an example of perfect technique. With that combinat i o n the play of the ace brings home the contract if West holds a singleton king. The Wagar play makes it if East holds a singleton jank or if West holds king- small and makes a mistake." Oswald: "Incidentally, her team would have lost the match if she nad gone down. As it was Q—Are the asteroids scattered throughout the solar system or are they found in a single area? A—Since the discovery of Ceres, first of the asteroids to be discovered, more than 2.000 have been found all located in a belt which lies between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter. Q—What was the real name of the Indian chief Powhatan? A—His real name was Wa- hunsonacook. Q—From what year do man's earliest written records date? A—Man's first written records date from about 3000 B.C. Sidnow Personals William Lintz Jr. returned to Rochester, Mich., after visiting relatives here. William Bennett recently returned to Ohio after visiting with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shelley visited at the Robert Long r 1 e home in Covington recently. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Anderson and son have returned home to California after a visit here with his brother and sister i n law, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Collins. Mr. and Mrs. James St. Andre and son, Dennis, were recent Ishpeming callers. Mrs. Hubert Morin and family and Joey Beauprey, L'A n s e . recently visited relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Hrbert Case and daughter, Barbara have returned to Burr Oak after spend ing three weeks here with his mother, Mrs. Clifford Williams, and other relativs. Mr. and Mrs. Niles Eilertsen and children, Kenton, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Cummings Sr. recently. David Maki, Kenosha, W i s . visited at the Laurice Chapman home for a weekend. BEN CASEY By Neal Adams HERE THEY COME, N DEAN MOXWELL,WITH yOLJR NIECE, DINA AT THE HEAD OF THE PACK, s i® IMS t, NIA, Inc. T.M. «>•• U.J. P.I. OH. BUT NOT ANOTHER SIT-IN, PLEASE. WILL YOU TELL VOUR SUPPORTERS OUTSIDE TO TONE DOWN THEIR SINGING? FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS GEE/TMIS VO/IE IS ALL ABOOT By Merrill Blosstr r ARMY LIFE, FRECK/ 'ASK THE- SOLDIERS PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vennetff WEY, CARLYLE! DO >t>U THINK I'M STARTING- TO GET A I BOUcaHTS YOU A NEW 1 SWIM SU'T < FOR OUR ) CAMPING-} .' .S SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox 'Mrs. Utley to see Mr. Utley on business of a financial nature!' Wild Westerners Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Masterson 4 Holliday 1 James 12 Feminine appellation 13 Three (Roman' 14 Assumed name 15 Bill 17 Breezes 18 Lamb's pen name 19 Require 21 Quiescent 24 Black Sea port 28 Time units 30 Even (contr.) 31 Rice entree 34 Map 36 Group of . Moslem scholars 37 Snake worshipers 39 Expire 40 Moral 41 The brothers 44 Blacker 48 herd 50 Trieste wine measure 5J Spanish city 54 Rousing from sleep 57 Sharp 58 Turbulent quarrel 59 Take into court 60 Adjusted in pitch 61 Indite 62 Possessive pronoun DOWN 1 Infants 2 Grown-up 3 West Indian distilled spirit 4 Asunder iprcfix) B Lubricate 6 Plant shoot 7 Having jaws 8 Ignore 9 Transgression 10 Somber ] 1 Worm IB Comprehend 20 Aurora (Greek) 22 Jot 23 Carve 25 Chair 26 Withered 27 Social insects 29 Origin 31 European fish 32 Skeletal parts 33 Close eyes, as of a hawk 34 Facial part 35 Wild Bill 38 Greek letter 40 Finis 42 Boring 43 Seeped slowly 45 Celtic 46 Tedium 47 Raves fiercely 49 Wyatt 51 Feline 52 Needle (comb, form) 53 Demand payment 55 Sorrow 56 Grain beard NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSN. MORTY MEEKLE By Dick WATS2IN0 THE LAWN? THBLAWNAN HOUEA0O- CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Tomer WASH ANP I J HEY, IT tg LATEl I MUST HAVE- VERV FEW I BE GOIWG'. HE'LL COME IN SPATS, EASY'. HE'5 VSOOW, CAROL ...TIPZEP NEVER STALKED OUTFIT COkJTWTE 1 . AND S1JLXEP THI& LOWS BEFORE. GOSH...WOT CHARACTER* 1 . I'LL/ LOOK. WAN GET A TABLE IN TH 1 CORNER AMD REST UNMOTICED1 / COMW IN HA* SLlPPgP HI* LEA5H GOTTA GIVE CAROL MORE TIME TO REALIZE SHE'S IK) TH 1 WRONG,..BUT Atf FEET AK6 KILLIW ME 1 . HMM.,,HERE'5 A PLACE STILL OPEW, WHERE i CAN SIT OKI OFFEE HOUSE THE BORN LOSER By Ait FESTER HAS SCWETHIU& t) CDHFIDE ALLEY OOP By V. T. oH / MrsosH / )ooo.' MVBACK! ^ WHASSA. ) rCS KILLING ME! J MATTER? WELL, eaco \ i GUESS so MORNING, < I DON'T DOC.' SLEEP } REMEMBER WELL, I HOPE/V MUCH ABOUT IT. 1 LOOKS LIKE ANOTHER / YES, I SEE, I WISH THERE: WAS VEH, SO DO I... LIKE A SOOPCUPFA OOTFEE! SUMPIN I COULPPO FOR YUH.' OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams IP dO BETTER IF A COUPJLE OF PEAP-BEATS WOULP fiET OFF THEIR BACKSIDES .AMP HELP ME CATCH THIS STUPIP PARAKEET W5TEAP OF LYIW THERE PISHIN' OUT SOUR. HUMOR: * ; ''«^il»lP»!«'^;.v;.:,';'' • THE CHEERIM<3 SECTIDM OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople PUNCHY HAS ATE^T HE WOM BACK IM Hl6 AMATEUR NICE 1 aOlrA'.BOYfi THEMA30K SIGNED UP 3UICKef?WN ATAXPAYSK ' (OR 60 MIXHOFA CnV soy THAT HE tJoessi'T DARE WALK ACROSS CITY HALL PARK WITHOUT MATCHES AND A COMPAS*.' C-RAV-JL UNDER YOUR CAR WHEN IT RAINS, BUS, NOW THAT BVEM FLOORBOARDS LEAK.'/:

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