Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 30, 1965 · Page 30
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TEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, JULY 30, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Saturday, July 31 "The wise man controls his destiny. . .Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21 — Apr. 19>: Many could provoke disorder by asking minor concession — tuen attempt lo impose on you. Be practical. Strike fair b a r gain. Key is being fair but firm. Then others respect you, can aid cause. TAURUS (Apr. 20 — May 20>: If you go to extremes. . . .you suffer consequences. Know this and use common sense. Some of your pet ideas could be upset. Day features change, surprise, possible journey. GEMINI (May 21 — June 20): Responsibility is keynote. Personal desires may have to take backseat. Means be aware o f Basic Requirements. Be sure of solid found a t i o n in building, planning. Then you g o ahead. CANCER (June 21 —July 22): Important you evaluate m e s sages, calls. All not what it appears on surface. Forces appear slightly scattered. Avoid unnecessary travel. Concentrate on getting at truth. Be thorough, practical. Leo (July 23 — Aug. 22); No good now for guessing, speculation, taking unnecessary risks. Be conservative where finances, are concerned. Check possessions. Tendency is to lose valu-' ables. Use care. . .attend to de- '. tails. | VIRGO (Aug. 23 — Sept. 22): i If you seek perfection. . .you likely to be disappointed. Break from the past, a new beginning featured. Highlight sense of adventure, anticipation. Welcome fresh experience. LIBRA (Sept. 23 —Oct. 22): : If you maintain poise — you' benefit. Secrets likely to be revealed. T ak e knowledge i n stride. Don't lose temper! You, can benefit from recent exper-! ience. Stress Maturity. Go slow. | SCORPIO (Oct. 23 — Nov. 21): Practice restraint where impulses are concerned. Don't waste your creative resources. Much to be accomplished. You can gain through careful study of current situation. Don't wear heart on sleeve. Sagittarius (Nov. 22 — Dec. 21): Stand tall. Maintain dignity. Obtain hint from Scorpio message. Seek cooperation of family members. Then you avoid: conflict. You are observed. Be tactful. Make valuable, new contact. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. 19): Control temperament. Be practical and basic needs will be fulfilled. Slow pace — especially where travel is c o n - cerned. Fine suggestion could BRIDGE BY JACOBY Tccn- 5136-N NORTH (D) 30 A K 3 Q 6 5 4 WEST 4 Q.I 10 . AK 10 7 6 EAST A fl 7 S 2 v K in * ,1 9 7 5 4 V.I 8 7 * K 1063 4. 8 -1 2 4. 9 3 sorni * 864 ¥ A a 3 2 * A Q R 4. Q J 5 East and West vulnerable North East South West 1 4» Pat* o V Pass "i V Pass 6 V Pas.s ! V 4 N.T. 5 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Pass Pass Opening load — A Q ten the actual play won. Whv was the duck correct? The principle of restricted choice explains why. With king- Ion. East was restricted to the ten spo 1 play; with jack-ten he : might well have played the jack. Hence if was twice as likely that he held king-ten and the cluck piny was twice as likely to win as the queen play. ' DOLL'S IIANDKNITSS—Treat her 11-inch teen-model doll to a wardrobe of handknits! You'll find these interesting to make; j and so very nice to give! I Pattern No. 5136-N has knit cli- I rections for two-piece dress: skating outfit plus mittens and scarf and two-tone dress. ' To order, send 35c in coins to: i . Anne Cabot, , Ironwood Daily Globe, , 407 S. VVacker 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! be offered by loved one. Pay heed! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 — Feb. 18): Dig deep for valid answers. Superficial reasoning should be cast aside. Investigate. Find the reasons Why. Applies especially to legal, financial affairs. Fine time for social affair. PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20r. Past commitments due t o "catch up." Means this is q;ood time to face issues. Utilize experience. Don't rush ov ..>., ,o force situation. Do plenty o f listening. Heed advice by older individual. !> O 6 IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY. . .you can be very practical during times of emergency. You seem to grasp details, are able to communicate vital information. it i! -d GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for Virgo, Libra By JACOBY & SON South really bid a lot with his thirteor- high card points. Many players would have been satis- j fied with a game contract i n i view nf his very weak suit and 1 poor distribution. South actu: ally made some effort to get 1 to seven and settled for six grucl- ! gingly after he found that two . kings were missing. Whevi he saw the dummy, South lather wished that he had stopped at game but there he was at six and he sure needed to hold his trump losses to one trick. Eas* dropped the ten o f trumps under South's ace and South !ed a second trump toward •lummy. West follow e d low. South played low fro m ! dummy also and when East j had to play the king South ' was able to take the rest o f the tr'rks. "Horseshoes." groaned East. "What a silly way to play the hand!" I East was entitled to groan, ! but South had made the best .possible play. When East ; played the ten spot and West ; the seven and eight, it w a s certain that East had started I with a singleton ten; a doubleton jack-ten: a doubleton king^en; or king-jack-ten. ' There was no way to handle ' the fii-st or last combination. Against doubleton jack-ten, the queen play would be the winner; agpinst doubleton king- Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 V Pass 1 N.T. 2 • Pass 2 V Pass 3 4> Pass ? You, South, hold: AAQ76 VK.I86 *3 +K 9 4 2 What do you do? A—Bid five clubs. A pessimist wonld bid only four clubs. An optimist might try four no- trump with intention of bidding a slam if North showed two aecs. TODAT'S QUESTION East opens one dub. You, South, hold: A None 4> None VAK9765 4AQJ10 7 £4 What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Q—When was the first time a speaker of the House administered the oath of office to a vice president? A—The first speaker of the House to administer the oath 1 of office to a vice president was Sam Rayburn, who, on Jan. 20, i 1961, administered the oath to Lyndon Baines Johnson. Q—What military decorations are awarded by the Soviet Union? A—Two honor awards were established during World War II. One was the Order of Victory; the other award was the Order of Glory. Before instituting these awards, the Soviet Union had created no medals for its soldiers. BEN CASEY By Neal Adams / OK, STUDENTS, NOW THAT YOU'VE MADE '^ YOUR POINT, LET'S TAKE A BREAK. DITCH • : ;> YOUR PLACARDS AND GET BACK TO CLASSES. DINA, YOU'LL HAVE TO HURRY IP yOU'RE TO BE ON TIME TO PICKUP DR.CASEX AT THE AIRPORT. NOTHING PERSONAL ABOUT OUR LITTLE HA9&E,UNCLE FRANK. JUST STAMPING UP FOR OUR. RIGHTS. THAT'S PARTOF WHAT COLLEGE IS ALL ; A BOUT, ISN'T IT? —•*•** FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosscf 1 JUST HAPPENEPfb P/CK UP THE WROMG BOWLING BALL/ WILL YOU STOP ,, LAU6HIN6." .ETHER. WAVE MINE* DIDN'T I? 'C IHStt NtA, I.C. T.M. ln.ll*. Jit 08. . PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vcrmeer ID GO CRAZY ON A VACATION LIKE THAT/ THE MOUNTAINS r HOW CAN YOU STAND rr<= x 1 NOTHING TO DO BUT SLEEP LATE, EAT...LOAFARo UK1 ' - NAP 1K D - PLEASED TAKE ME WITH YOU! Suspect's Address Is Police Station SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The message from Multnomoh County, Ore., police asked Salt Lake City officers to serve a fplony warrant on a man wanted in Oregon. "He is reported to be residing at 244 East Fourth South, Salt Lake City," the letter said. The address is that of the Police Department. MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalll u Scorpio. Special word to Gemi- Windsor is the name of the ni: Avoid conflict between pro- present royal family of Great mises made to family and as- Britain, adopted as such by proc- sociates. Strive for balance. ' lamation on July 17, 1917. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox BUGS BUNNY /'YOO-HOO, BUGSi I'M OUT OP GAS! V VOU HELP ME? CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner o2!?" you ' re not good> Gilbcrtl II ' 5 3ust lhat you>re 'Sure, my mother is here. Why else would I be taking a bath?" Hotel Lobby Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS .1 service 5 board R stand 12 Eight (comb, form i 13 Needle part 14 Martian icomb. forrni 15 Masculine appellation 16 People of Saudi Arabia, for example !« Acls '20Love deity (Greek) 2J Minute grooves 23 Nothings (Latin) 27 Unbleached 29 Sayings of religious teachers 30 Courting (coll.) 34 Eggs 35 Tavern beverage 36 More heartfelt 39 Picture post •12 Mountain pool 43 Pigs' noses 45 Australian spear throwing stick 49 Halo 51 covered books 52 Greek poet 56Tiburon Indian 57 Greek letter 58 New Guinea port 59 Oceans 60 Arabian gulf 61 Attempt (i2 Anglo-Saxon servant DOWN 1 Crucifixes 2 Group of eight singers 3 Musteline mammal 4 More depressed Sr\ow Zealand parrot 6.Journey in circuit 7 I-ong for 8 Reign o[ Yoshihito (Jap.j fl Constellation 10 Stranger i comb, form) J1 Hawaiian hawks 17 Seethe 19 Coarse bag 22 Goddess of discord 24 Slavic appellation 25 Exist 26 Moselle tributary 28 Distinct part QHEM N N 30 Algpnquian Indians 31 Design 32 Of airplanes 33 Chew upon 37 Craw 38 In a body (two words) 40 Macbeth's king '41 Pother 44 Small fish 46 fencing swords 47 Showed again, as a movie 48 Get up 50 Wild hog 52 Camel's hair fabric 53 Masculine nickname 54 Consumed 55 French marshal CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner HH.L0...CHIEF? 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