Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 29, 1965 · Page 28
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 28

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, July 29, 1965
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FOURTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY. JULY 29, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Friday, July 30 "The wise man controls his destiny . . Astrology points the • way." j ARIKS (Mar. 21-Apr. 19>: Attention tc necessities highlight eel. Avoid extremes. Give thought to health, diet, past resolutions You can now find) accomplishment through k n owl-1 edge. Read. Gain information. TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 20): Stick to task at hand. No time to be swayed by temptat ion. Best to work first—play later. Menibei of opposite sex could reveal constructive ideas, methods. Listen—take postive action. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Avoid jumping to conclusi o n s. Be aware of basic needs. Realize you must walk before you can run Build solid foundation Then efforts due to meet with fine reception. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Fine evening for social affair. Especially good for cementi n g relations with neighbors, relatives . for putting thoughts, ideas or! paper. Lay solid foundation. Acid original touch. LEO '(July 23-Aug. 22): Cash, valuables, possessions now emphasized Know what you pay! for—rerfive full value. Best to j stick with the familiar. Not so good foi breaking new ground Study situation as it now exists. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Your opinion is sought. Many may quote you. You are in the spotlight of attention. Give thought to appearance, goals. Display humor, independ e n c e and originality. Your're going places! LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Know where -you are going Not so good now for being surrounded by strangers. Avoid trouble- stay out of arguments. Appl i e s especially to controversial subject brought up at party, i SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. v 21): Friendship is spotlighted. Many can help you to t enjoy a beautiful evening. Fine for participating in hobby, related activities Show others you do have a sense of humor. Highlight versatility. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e c | 21): Much activity where per-! sonal :imbitions enter pic t u r e. | You can make valuable con-l tacts Express views to those In positions of authority. Many are favorably impressed. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J a n . 19): Communication which could cause change of plans apt to be rweived. Be ready for surprises. Evening features variety of activity. You can learn from one who is expert in his field. •AQUARIUS (Jan. 2-Feb. 18): Don't permit pride to cost you money, or prestige. Let others pay their "fair share." Keep promise made to family mem- BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH 4 A K 2 V J fit 3 * AK 2 2.0 HTiTST fD) 4.M08543 V K * 9765 + 82. EAST 4Q7 ¥ 10982 • J 1083 +1073 SOUTH 496 ¥ A Q 7 5 * Q4 + AKQ65 North and South vulnerable West North East South 1 4 Dblc 1 N.T. 2 * Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 4 5 Oswald: "No they arrived at six hearts by South. South has long since gone to a happier clime where singleton kings don't ever appear against you. He led a low heart to his queen. West took his king and South had to lose a second heart later." Jim: "The correct play with this trump combination when you can afford one trump loser is to play the ace. You must lose two tricks if someone holds four trumps to the king-ten no mat- tor how you play the suit. You can't lose two tricks against a 3-2 break and you guard against a singleton king in back of you." BEN CASEY By Ncal Adam* Quick Quiz 2913-H SO FEMININE!—For that so : feminine-look, treat a gay ging-1 ham apron to a smocked yoke • and an edging of eyelet ruff- i ling! You'll be able to step from j the kitchen to hostess-duty in a i jiffy! i Pattern No. 2913-H has directions for apron; directions and ; diagram for smocking. j 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 j for each pattern. Print name, | address with zip code, style No. i and- size. Send 50c now for your new '65 Fall and Winter Album! Regular ! features: custom collection; items to crochet, knit,, stitch! ber. Accent domestic tranquility. Stress congeniality. PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 201: Obtain clue from Aquarius m e s- sage Be aware of public reaction to your methods. Hold tight to purse strings. But emphasize quality and sincerity, a a 6 If today is your birthday . . . You have combined sense of humor and showmanship. Would succeed in field where you are in direct contact with the public. <r « « General tendencies: Cycle high for Virgo, Libra. Specia word to Taurus. Romantic in terests highlighted. Don't make promises you can't keep! East African fossil beds have yielded evidence that three en tirely different kinds of p r e historic men were existing there alongside one another in the re mote past. BUGS BUNNY TH' SEAT O'YER PANTS WILL BE HOTTEK IFYA DON'T HURRY i •COME IN/ \ CICERO! IT'S TIME TO PRACTICE VBC VIOLIN! j CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "I swam the Jengtb ol the bathtub! By JACOBY & SON Jim asks his father: "What is your most unpleasant recollection of an ace-queen combination?" Oswald: "It goes back to the time when you were a baby. It was a board-a-match national team game and I opened one spade with the West hand." Jim: "You don't bid psychics now. Why did you bid one then?" Oswald: "We were playing against a team of four elderly ladies. I was younger then. Maybe this hand is one reason why I quit psychics." Jim: "I see you have put down the bidding at your table in the box. You must have been mighty; happy when you found that your '. psychic had kept them out of game when they had a cinch' slam and in addition had put them in a minor suit." Oswald: "It looked like a sure! won board. Even if our partners missed the slam they would surely be in game." j Jim: "How did you lose the 1 board? Did your partners get to seven?" Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 V Pass 1 N.T. 2 4> Pass . ? You. South, hold: 4AQ76 VKJ86 4>3 +K 9 4 2 What do you do? A — If you can depend on your partner not to pass, bid Iwo hearts to see if he eaji show a second suit. Otherwise bid two or three no-trump as the spirit moves you. TODAY'S QUESTION Ton do bid two hearts and your partner bids three dabs. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Q—Which is the biggest cat in the new world? A—The jaguar. It may be six or eight feet long, and weigh up to 250 pounds. Q—What kind of a measure is a barleycorn? A—It is an old measure of length equal to one-third of an inch, and is still used in measuring the length of shoes. Q—What is the earliest date for the existence of man in North America? A—The earliest firm date is about 10.000 years ago although most archaeologists believe he was here much earlier—perhaps 20,000 years ago. Saxon Personals Mrs. Susan Daronco and Miss Diane Auger, Minneapolis, visited at the George Baker home for a weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Routher and daughter, Pamela, Chicago, were guests at the Donald Koivisto home. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sullivan, Janesville, visited at the home of his mother, Mrs. Lillian Sulli van. Mrs. James LaFortune and son Dana, Waukegan, are v i s t i n g at the Donald LaFortune home and with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Zoberski, in Ironwood Ricky LaFortune retu r n e c home recently after spending two weeks at the home of his brother in law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Wayne Close, Kenosha. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Simo n and daughter, Milwaukee, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cra i g Carlson for a week. One Colombian Killed By Bomb's Explosion BOGOTA, Colombia (AP) — One Colombian was killed and five were injured Monday whei a bomb exploded near the U.S military mission office in the War Ministry building. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox "Victor is mixing us some drinks. When he heard you folks were coming he got out what he calls his Brand X!" People and Places Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS I Screen actor, Macdonald — 6 Brothers, singers 11 Idolize 12 City in tyew York state 13 Miss Earhart 14 Lariats 16 Ribbed fabric 4 Son oC Gad (Bib.) 5 Periods of time 6 Greater amount 7 Island (Fr.) 8 Pasture 8 Opposite of former 10 Traps 13 Armenian river 15 Bargain event 38 Above (poet.) 22 Marer', direction 23 Stagger 24 Indian antelope 26 Contrary 29 Beverage 31 Cook's utensil 32 Onager 33 Interior (ab.) 34 Catchword 38 Roof edges 42 Animated activities (slang) 43 Bone 45 For fear that 46 Air raid precautions (ab.) 47 Laconian dan subdivision 48 Boy's nickname 49 Depended 52 Expunged 55 Rigid 50 Underground worker 57Theow* 58 Goes by tea DOWN 1 Photographic device 2 Experts 3 Roland lab.) 7 23 Rent roll 25 Bird's home 27 Roof flnial 28 Weathercock 30 Peer Gynt's mother 34 Box 35 Cylindrical 36 Fruit (pi.) 37 Roy 39 Ship 40 Natural fats 41 Boss 44 Appears 47 Poems • 50 Hostelry 51 Compass point 53 Narrow inlet 54 Blackbird of cuckoo family NEWSPAPER BNTEKPUSE ASSN. BXwmisM n U? A R T| CLE T-SECTION ?-"STUPENTS """ " ' SHALL BE TREATED AS MATURE , ADULTS, NOT POTENTIAL JUVENILE f DELINQUENTS." - ~ -, > ~ ,*ll« SUPPORT THE STUDENT AIW5 AND WILL ASK THE BOARD CONSIDER yOUR PETITION I A POSITIVE WAY WE RECOGNIZE STUDENTS RIGHTS, BUT LET'S BE CLEAR..THE FACULT/ WILL NOT SURRENDER. ...NOR ABPICATE...ITS DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES.^-? \ DL/VS / aoo BOO/ M OH...FOR CASE/ TO GET HERE AND THE WEEKEND TO START. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser I &EUEVE HE'S A FLORIST „ ,^ STEELE? Y^ MERE'S WHAT I DAISY"/ DOES MIS FATMER DO? DAISY is <SOING TO THE CAMCE WITH TFM STEELH A. MICE lOMfGHTY ASK. HER.— PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vcrmeer 1FONUY WE WAD A BOAT TO TAKE ON OUR VACATION SHE C30T\ /GOOD COLUMBUS\/ IDEA! A BOAT &V IV WE'LL PAWNING-/ V IT.. -DIAMONDS AND MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli &OHOWCCMBH5 ALWAYS BEATS THS DiOENe OJTOFMe? 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