Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 3, 1965 · Page 12
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 12

Ironwood, Michigan
Issue Date:
Tuesday, August 3, 1965
Page 12
Start Free Trial

rwfivt IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omorr Wednesday. August 4 "The wise nisn controls i'.is destiny . . . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19': Encouragement due from friend;-, associates. Realize you recci v e •vliat you earn. Means work is .nvolved—but so is reward. Be •sware of possession?, financial :ojftion. Plan ahead! TAURUS 'Apr. 20-Ma.\ 20): Best to avoid completely mater- .alistic view. Any alliance that .nvolves schemes, secrets is apt •,o backfire. Know this—act ac- :ordingly. Public reaction to ,'our efforts could hold pleas- nit surprise! GEMINI (May 21-June 201: D ut forth extra effort for employment benefits. Day which eaturcs appreciation. Obtain lint from Taurus message, i'ou're coinp places! CANCER "(June 21-July 22): Favorable time for out door trips, hobbies, sports activities. Be aggressive. Assert point of view. No day to hang back. You can move all the way to the front row. LEO 'July 23-Aug. 221: Be aware of what is happening at close quarters. People may seem to act in eccentric manner. Keep guard up! When one close to you expresses grievances, listen and offer encouragement. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22i: No time to be afraid to request assistance. Means toss pride out of window. Check correspondence. Be aware of changing c o n d i- tions. Highlight awareness, versatility. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 221: Be willing to study all aspects of situation. Avoid trying to force issues. You gain most through diplomatic attitude. Realize family member is sincere. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Don't be sidetracked from goal. Know where you are going—get there. Put full force of personality behind convictions. Exp e. c t changes. Be ready for unusual reactions. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e C . 21): Avoid any action wh i c h does not meet your highest standards. Family members, others look to you as example. Keep, promises made to associat e s . ' Follow golden rule. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19>: Emphasize cooperative attitude. Day when you can make new- friends. Shake off emotional lethargy. Come out of shell. Potential for happiness is great . . . give it a chance! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Stress patience, goodwill. The more you rush ... the more time you waste. Know this—act accordingly. Live up to respon- BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH (D) *KJ V4 3 » A K ,T 4 3 4> 9 6 S 2 WEST KAST * 8 6 5 *743 VAK96 VQ10 * 10 7 5 • 08 + J 1C) 3 +K Q SOUTH 4 A Q 10 9 ¥ J7 * Q62 * A87 4 Both vulnerable North Kast South 1 * Pass 1 4 2 4 Pass 4 4 Pass Pass Opening lead — V K 852 West Pass been: North 1 N.T. South, hold: 4k None 4> None VAK9765 * A Q, I 107 SI What do you do? A — Bid ihrcc spades! This is an absolutely forcing bid, TODAY'S QUESTION West doubles. North and East pass. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz BEN CASET By Meal A«i 2890-H BUTTKRFLY PILLOW! Make this interesting butterfly pillow from colorful gingham! Rows of soft smocking add a custom-made note! Pattern No. 2890-H has tracing and full .directions for smocking and finishing. 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! sibilities. You can now impress, higher-up. * PISCES iFeb. 19-Mar. Mi- Good lunar aspect cncoura g e s travel, higher education, gain through written word. Legal decisions tend to work in your favor. Finish projects. Help one who confides in you. fr ft O If today is your brithciay . . . you are steadfast, capable of overcoming tremendous odds to achieve your goal. Key to success is resourcefulness. •••? •*; General tendencies: Cycle high for Scorpio, Sagittarius. Cap r i- corn. Special word to Lib r a . If you are fair, result of current effort will be favorable. Live up to health resolutions. By .1A CO BY & SON A inter from Maine reads: "I jus, hate to bid four card suits. I! seems that my partner, always raises me and I find 1 myse'f playing, unsuccessfully, with foul trumps opposite three. What cnn I do about this?" The only answer we have i s that yci: should learn to live with these four-three trump fits when you have to. Even a four- two fit works out once in a blue moon Jacnby, Senior, recalls a hand lie pl'iyed for a Navy tea m against a combined Army and civilian team when he was on duty in Japan during the Korean wai His partner outranked him in the Navy and was determined to play as few dummies as possible. Hence. Commander J a c o by f o u n c! himself playing four spades with four trumps opposite two. It also was the only game contract that could make and was arrivpc! at because North wanted to get to be dummy any time it was possible. ; i A side remark from Jim Jacob\• "It is never hard to get to be dummy when you are; dad's partner. I don't know! anyon p who likes to play 'hands more than he does."i '. Five o d d was actually made w h e '.-. West cashed two hearts and cor.t.inued the suit. Jacoby. Senior, ruffed in dummy a n d discarded one club. Then he 1 drew tvnmps and discarded his 1 other two losers on the long diamonds. At the other table North and South gambled on three n o trump and the Navy pair chased five heart tricks before givi n g up the lead. Q -Did Cervantes have a particular purpose in writing "Don Quixote"? A—Yes, he aimed to ridicule the romantic stories of knighthood. Q—What is the national game of Canada? A—Lacrosse. Q—Do oysters move about? A—No. Once an oyster larva has settled down it never moves again except to open and close j its shell. Q—Is there a difference between the United Kingdom and Great Britain? j A—-Yes. The term United King- i dom includes Northern Ireland i while Great Britain does not. j RAMON,CAN'T) WHV7...TOASK I EVEN TALK /QUESTIONS I TO YOU? A HAVEN'T ANV ANSWERS TO? SAX BEN, VOU KNOW THE WAY TO OUR HOUSE. WOULD YOU MIND 60IN6 ON I l-IAVt AN ERRAND RUN! j ;:'-.;,<'• V I TAKE IT YOU \ HIS NAME: I'3 RAMON PON'T LIKE THE;'-x REVERA AND HE'?...OH, YOUNG M.AM IN THE | BEN, I TS TOO COMPI-I- TENNIS SHORTS / CAFED. I'M SORRY I SAID OVER THFRF: / ANYTHIN6 ABOUT IT. SURE, DINA. SEE YOU LATER. .A. a IMS by HE*. Inc. T.M. »i. U.S. fet By Merrill Blosscr LARD,YOU DIDMTMAVG- EMOLK3M MOMEY To FAY SOMETMIMG FOR OUR. DIMMER / /KMOW- FRECKLES AM) HIS FRIENDS PRISCILLA'S POI* By AI Vermeef 12 Held for Abortive Attempt to Kill King CALCUTTA, India (AP) — Twelve persons have been arrested following an abortive attempt to kill the King of Bhutan, reports from the neighboring kingdom of Sikkim said today. The Bhutan government said! a hand grenade was thrown and' several shots were fired Saturday night as King Jigme Dorji j Wangchuk was visiting the Kyi- chu monastery about 30 miles' from Thimbu, the capital of Bhutan. The king was not hurt, the announcement said. YOU POOR FELLERS NEVER GET A NOT WITH THOSE DIPTY 5IORTY MEEKLE By Dick CavalU 11 Cabinet Members Turn in Resignations BOGOTA, Colombia (AP)—All but two members of President Guillermo Valencia's cabinet have submitted their resignations, a customary action a year before the end of a president's term. j Minister of Government Alberto Mendoza said the ministers of finance and war were the only members of the 13-man cabinet who did not turn in their resignations. They were excepted by a previous agreement. THB/ NBrtSe LETMB 5-3 CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie TMner The Corkscrew Swamp Sane-! 'nary of the National Audubon' Society is situated northwest, of 1 Maples, Fla. , SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox BUGS BUNNY (THERE'S BLJG5 > ( IN THE \V;MDOW: /> I -L LOOK PfAL net PL ess.' / HE SEESM51 MOW I t_L PiND OL'T IP HES GENTLEMAN ENOLGH TO HEL I GUESS THAT ArvSWE > ANY "George isn't idle during his vacation at home. He's serving as sort of a critic-in-residence!" CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner Olio ACROSS 1 Flnor washing cadRct 4 Dccroasc 8 South African Dutchman 1L' American humoriM 1.1 Rivers iSp i H Feminine appellation IS "Old Sol" Mill do it to hide 3 Criminal punishments 4 Knshrouds .S Military assistant 6 Scandinavian 7 Mariner s direction R Wild hogs n Bulging jar 10 Shield narl I)Jargon of sounds i Scot ) iiu 11 lu unn i — ri i 16 Heart stimulant ' K«-quircd 18 Struck with . ^. ulks , " ' ooncl1 "And how, may I ask, do you expect to enjoy your vacation if you don't do anything but what you feel like doing?" open hand 20Kxpungt> n- 21 ...... Hanus, ^' California -b ^•JDatc for Caesar-' 24 Aleutian i.sland 2ti Sour stuff U7 Flatfish 30 Thyroid gland t-nlar^cnienl 32' 'Bridge o( Sighs" site 3-1 Ancient name nf Krfa ,v>; ,tfi Wnrm .37 Dark .19 Fnrountf r 40 Gaelic 41 Dry. as «me 42U-ga! pica 45 Rigorous 4fl Number. 51 Sout^ American wood sorrel 52 Wood burr 5!i Among S4 Kol flax Of) Dispatched f>G Manifold 57 liroadway sign DOWN 1 Kntangli-s 2 Kast Indian »ood>- vine hall tushy clumps xoniiirls 28 Skin affliction 41 Gritty Islang) 29 Most 42 Inquires 31 Hhysostigniine 43 Unaspiratcd 33 Solemn musical 44 "Terrible" czar compositions 4(i Check .'!!) Dropsy ivar.l 47 Kroster 40 (iernian bibliographer 4U Roman patriot 50 Scottish cap NKWSi'AJ'KR ENTLRPKISK WETUfOJEP LEFT, PKOB'LV OH MAIM... 6UT HOW COME I HEAR Trl' ClANS Of- A . i RAILROAD CKOSSIWi AHEAP * AMP NOW COVER ft MEKKV-GO-RCIUMP: GOSH. I'VE ALREADY GOT A BRINS HIMIW1 IM REAP/ THAT PAT*/ 1 WITH A PLAN: WE'LL WEEP CHIEF: J THIS LATER! TO KNOCK OUT TILL MORMIWS1 THE BORN LOSER By Ait 6ET 'rlOLP Of- YOURSELF, CLARA, SO THE BOY gROU6HT A WEW PET HOME!--WHAT WA? IT THIS TIME, ANOTHER STRAV CAT? ALLEY OOP By V. T. Buntta ^THAT'S RIGHT! Y'BETTER AM ICE \ GET USED TSVEARIMG AGEpa ) CLOTHES BECAUSE THAT'S WHAT Y'GOT AHEAP OF YOU... OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams MYSO5H WHAT IS \ YGOT ...I DON7 EVEN KNOW WHAT ICE IS. 1 .' I'' 1 .' / WHY, THIS IS A BARGAIN) !" / AT THREE POLLAC2S A MOMTH.' fc :|!!il IT'S OMLV FOUR BLOCKS | .j-'ll FROM HOME AM'THE OMLV •P> OTHER ONE FOR REWT !•=> EVEM BLOCKS- WITH A HORSE AM' CHICKEMS IN IT.' x_ '!• i VOU WEVER GET A BARGAIM-THEY GAVE VOL) THE SIDE WITH NO eHINJGLES OKJ THE ROOF.' IF YOU'Cb' GOIWG / TO KEEP THI-j PLACE, S PUT THH SIDE CURTAIN^ OM.' BOICN FIFTY YEARS TOO SOOM OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople VCO'^c SOT kV 89YS, THAT DENT IM 5AV,-TriEY'f?e IN \^fH£ CAMVAS WASM'T A EATU, //A&of //KMOVM

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free