Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on July 31, 1965 · Page 32
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN SATURDAY, JULY 31, 1965. BEN CASEY Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr 2835-H Sunday, August t "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology points tnc way." ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19): Listen to various viewpo i n t s. Avoid rushing. Take time to reflect on past, contemplate future. Seek cooperation of partner or mate. Fine for reading, research. Highlight harmony. TAURUS (Apr 20-May 20): Vour ideas sparkle. Test them on persons you respect. Day when you feel worthy of your potential. Fine for recreati o n, travel, dealings with one close to you. Be gracious! GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Tendency may be to seek change for sake of change. Best course calls for analysis, probing. Check possessions. Be aware of resources. Don't look too far afield. CANCER (June 2I-July 221: tf you delay decision you could lose valuable time. Day to coordinate efforts. Consult lov e ri ones. Avoid tendency to cover yourself in emotional shell. Emerge—and live! BRIDGE BY JACOBY FOR THE BAZAAR! — T.iese i cut animal potholders make LEcT~(JuTy"23-Aug. 22): Excel-j ide al items for the bazaar table! lent for improving family rela- 1 Make Mem from workbasket NORTH (D) 4 AK3 ¥ Q 6 5 4 31 + AK 107 6 WEST EAST 4Q.T10 49752 W107 V?8 + K1063 + .19754 * 8 4 2 493 SOUTH 4 864 V A932 » A Q 8 *QJ5 EasL and West vulnerable North East South West 1 * Pass 3 V Pass 5 V Pass 6 V Pass 1 V Pass 4 N.T. Pass 5 N.T. Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — 4 Q piny lie should probably due k. Which play would win t o day? WP don't know. We made up UIP hand and did not show the knig and jack of hearts Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 * ? You. South, hold: 6 None A None VAK9765 4A Q J 10764 What do you do? A — Bid one diamond! The bidding is not going to die here »nd yon will have plenty of chance to show your hand later. TODAY'S QUESTION You do bid one diamond. West passes and your partner bids one no-trump. East passes. What do you do now? Answer Monday Quick Quiz tions. You are able to exchange thoughts, ideas. Obtain valuable scraps to keep them inexpensive and colorful! hint from your paper. You! Pattern No. 2835-H has hot-iron find this a time when creative transfer for 3 designs: color thinking pays dividends. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Discussion, with spiritual advisor could prove profitable. Check details. Be sure of facts. Leisurely pace best. Take stock of possessions. Realize some areas can be streamlined. LIBRA (Sept, 23-Oct. 22): Cycle moves up. You feel vital, ambitious. There is reason for optimism. Combine relaxation and creative activity. Enjoy life! You can now begin anew. Efforts are appreciated. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Contemplation of spiritual values is beneficial. Obtain needed chart; fully 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! challenge. Go forth with confidence. privacy. Study goals, motives! PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): and ambitions. Your initutive in-1 TJiscuss budget with mate or tellect works overtime. Hunch could pay off. Be perceptive. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e C. 21): Express appreciation for special honor, party, commendation; If you put forth best creative effort, you can make new contacts, enlarge horizons. Accent education, ment. CAPRICORN self - improve- (Dec. 22-J a n partner. Be aware of ass e t s . deficits. Strive for family harmony. Be sympathetic. Refuse to cast first stone. Heed words of spiritual advisor. a <t <r If today is your birthday . . . you are independent original, a natural showman. You are able to illustrate meanings . . . would be successful in aciver- 19): Aim high. Maintain princi- tising, sales position. pies. Entertain one in position j «!•'.&' t> f\f Q 1 !+• V»/M*if"ir TP vfiyo^o ^?t Atir^ ' of authority. Express views. Look to future. Avoid worry over past. Collect and evaluate General tendencies: Cycle remains high for Libra, Scorp i o Special word-to Cancer: Follow facts. Relax later with congenial natural Instincts!; Protect -right people. | Refuse to 'give v in to pressure AQUARIUS (Jan. 2-Feb. 18): I — _ Favorable lunar aspect high- Chief Justice Roger Taney ad- lights travel. Plan ahead. Be ministered the oath of office to sure of directions. Key is enlight- the greatest number of presi- enment. Welcome change and dents-elect of the United States By JACOBY & SON When a defender drops a high onrcl the presumption is that he did not hold a low card. Declarer should study the play to determine the possible card combinations that would have led to that high card play and i then apply the principle of re- j stricted choice to see wh i c h ' combination was most likely . Today we have the same I North pnd South hands as yes' terday and South finds himself at the same six .heart contract against the same opening lead The only difference is that we have juggled the East-W e s t trump holdings a trifle, so that when South plays the ace o f trump-; he drops the eight and seven and when he leads a low trump toward dummy West plays the ten. Soutli Knows that the ten was played from king-jack-ten; king- ten or jock-ten. If it came from king-.jack-ten South is not going to make his slam: if it came from jack-ten or king-ten South must guess correctly in order to bring home the bacon. In theory the principle of restricted choice calls for rising with thf queen. In practice Sest would be included to play the king frrm king-ten as an automatic play. That is unless West is a real expert. A real expert would visualize the exact situation and duck like a shot with the kine-ten combinatin while he might well have played t h e jack trom jack-ten. Assuming that West is a good enough player to play the t e n quickly from king-ten. South should rise with dummy's queen in accordance with the principals of restricted choice. In actual By Neal Adams HI/A, BEN CASEY. REMEMBER ME? YOU'RE IN GREAT X ClEftN LIVING. PURE SHAPE. NO GREY THOUGHTS...AND HAIR...NO BULGES,/ KEEPING OUT OF NO TWITCHES. ^^ POOf-ROOMS... OIMA rAOXWELL! WHERE'RE IT'S BEEN EIGHT YEARS, BEN. IF 1 HADN'T CHANS I'D HAVE BEEN INVESTIGATED ByCON6RESS-OR SOMEBODY. THE FRECKLES...THE fWTAIL ...ANDTHERAS POLL? t> I%5 b, NCA, Inc. T.M. KM. US •^RECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blosser Q—On what kind of cloth is the constitution of the United States written? A—It is not written on cloth. It is engrossed on parchment, j ' Q—What is the religious af- I filiation of President Lyndon I Johnson? | j A—Mr. Johnson is a member of the Disciples of Christ <In: ternational Convention of Christ- I ian Churches). ! Q—On what city did the Confederate Army levy a ransom during the Civil War? A—Frederick, Md. The final payment of funds borrowed to meet the ransom was made Oct. 1, 1951. Coroner's Jury Rules Death Is Accidental PITTSBURGH (AP)—An Allegheny County coroner's jury ruled Thursday that the traffic death of Mark J. Moore, 20, of East Tawas, Mich., was accidental. The jury cleared of blame Albert C. Polacek of Flushing, Mich. Moore and Polacek were operators of cars that collided July 3 on the Pennsylvania Turnpike in nearby Hampton Township. KJERNAM SURE IS A GOOD DART PLAYER / | SHADYSIDE SOYS'CLUB j By Al Venaecr AK, IT'LL BE GOOD SOMEHOW I 6ET THE IMPRESSION WE'RE TAKING IT W1TM US! TO GET AWAY FROM rr ALL.' » na >>NU.i«.T.M.>.t to. T*. OH. KISCtLLA'S POP VIORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli Truck Driver Dies Of Fractured Neck CROWN POINT, Ind. (AP) — Howard W. Lewis, 46, of Temperance, Mich., died of a broken neck Thursday when his semitrailer truck careened off U.S. 41 and struck the Kankakee River bridge near Lake Village, south of Crown Point The Yellow Transit of Indianapolis rig was half-submerged, state police said. I'LL <ser IT— I'M IMMUNE/ NOW WHY D/DNVI THINK OF THAT? SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox BUGS BUNNY I GOT V AN ORDER PER AN UNOEI?. WATER PAINTIN' BUT IT AIN'T ' SONNA 8£ EASY] IF IT WASN'T PER X TH' OL' SUPER BRAIN 1 I'D BE IN TROUBLEi CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner ^V 0 ",*'* Dr - Martln and his wife over for bridge snack tonight, Pet? I've been feeline rockv *ii H B « ..> S been feeling rocky alJ day! 1 chant's 0 ° f ll ° f About Animals ACROSS 1 Young seal 4 Hollow-horned ruminant 8 Cougar 12 Summer (Fr.) 13 Unfasten 14 Mimicked 15 River in North Carolina 16 Tally sheet (two words) !8Sanctuary 20 Demolishes 21 Recent (comb, form) 22 Japanese outcasts 24/Gucnon monkey 26 Harem rooms 27 Young swine 30 Ascended 32 Horse stance 34 Stream in Nebraska 35 Misses Dunne and Rvan 36 Selection lab.) 37 Agalloch 39 Interrogative word 40 Mast 41 Pacific turmeric 42 Retinue 45 Pertaining to Hades 49 Unwanted 51 Stain 52 Crocodile ] habitat 53 Genus of frogs 54 Sheltered side 55 One who IsulTix) 56 Short jacket 57 Worm DOWN 1 Favorite animals 2 Western state 3 Perpetual 4 High relish 5 One time 6 Idolized "Rocky pinnacle BIjrge rodcrrts 3 .Javanese tree 10 Simple 11 Affixes 17 Expunger 19 Smallest, amount 23 Ungulate animal 24 Cartographs 25 Shield bearing 26 Soviet bay 27 Get by begging 20 .v'otion 29 Exploit Answer to Previous Puzzle 31 Stockades 33 Drainage conduit 38 Biblical mountain 40 Beef animal 41 Fortification 42 Exposes to solar rays THAT'LL TEACH YOU TO SET w MOE JELKIB'S HAIR, WO 5AWED-0FF LITTLE PUN* I VOU'RE WELCOME TO THAT BRAT! 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