Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 4, 1965 · Page 32
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD. MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Thursday. August 5 "The wise man controls his destiny . . . Astrology point? tne way." ARIES 'Mar. Jl-Apr. 19': Some pressure ma\ now be exerted by one in authority. Take It in stride. Adhere to principles. Realize 1 mv:i worth . . . l h r n olhers will respect \ou. Day- features subtle imiiionces. Be alert! TAURUS .Apr. 20-Mary 'JO':* Don't hesitate to ask questions. Better to be sure than sorry. Legal and financial deal ings spotlighted. Be aware of public's attitude, review aclvertis-. ing possibilitis. Promote your i product! GEMINI (May 21-June 20i:j Realize funds set aside for fam-' ily needs or educational project should be protected. Keep eye on budget, fulfill obligations., Key ' is concern for others. j CANCER (June 21-July 22) :| Highlight imagination, original! approach. You can now attract! attention of important peo pie. But if too conventional, you may be by-passed. Stress versatile approach. LEO i July 23-Aug. 22 >: Guard assets. Be aware of secur i t y requirements. Family memb e r must be told facts. Trying to bolster ego through deception is mistake. Evening fine for attend-! ing theater, dining out. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Im-1 portant you be aware of limita-l tions. Check details. Highlight, thorough approach. F i n d j the reasons why . . . then ap-i ply knowledge. You can piece; together bits of information. Do • so! i LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22)::i Communicate thoughts, id e a s.' Reunion with relatives favored. Apply light touch. Avoid stubborn attitude. Gain indicated if you are flexible. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 211; Your personality in spotlight— and so are your finances. You can now go ahead if you stress personal touch. Let others see and hear you. Fine for speaking engagements. 'SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D e c . 21): Do your b^st ... let the chips fall where they may. Emphasis now on personal effort, amibition. You are able to perceive true meanings. Have faith in your judgment. Move ahead! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-J a n . 19): Obtain hint from Saggit- tarius message. Be aware of behind-the-scenes activity. All not what It appears on surface. Check sources. You could make important discovery! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Significant relationship may- seem to be nearing a critical BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH (D) 4k None V K J 109 4 AK8764 2 WEST 4k K J962 VAQ » Q J 109 + 87 EAST * AQ 107 ¥ 8632 » S3 + 1092 SOUTH 48543 V 754 4 None + A K Q 6 5 4 Both vulnerable North East South 1 * Pass 2 N.T. 3 V Pass 3 N.T. 4 • Pass Pass Pass Pass 4 ¥ Pass Pass 5 + 5 • Dble 6 A Pass Pass Pass Opening lead — • Q West Pass Dblc Dblc Dble Dble Dble brilianl is quite the right word but you did stagger into an unbeatable contract." Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 * 1 * 14 1 N.T. 24 34 Dble Pass Pass ? You. South, hold: 4 None 4. None VAK9765 *AQJ 10764 What do you do? A — Bid four clubs. Tour partner will know this is a second cue bid. TODAY'S QUESTION You do bid four clubs. West doubles this also and North and East pass. What do you do now? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz FOR BABY! — Crocheted in the popular afghan-stitch. this. lovely three-piece set is embroi-1 clerecl with a cross-stitch design! 1 (Make another without embroi-' dery>. : Pattern No. 5134-N has full, crochet directions for set in in-j fant's size. I To order, send 35c in coins to: | Anne Cabot, Ironwood Dally Globe, 407 S. Vf acker 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 Pall and Winter Album! Regular features; custom collection; items to crochet, knit, stitch! phase. Evaluate hopes, wishes. One you respect may make cer-1 tain demands. Be sympatheti c. j Try to see various points of: view. j PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Fine for cooperating with neighbors, joining group which em-, phasizes civic improveme n t . I Means now others seek y o u r | aid. If you are amiable. you, can make valuable contacts. | 6 £> t I If today is your birthday . . . i you are a good showman, able to dramatize and illustrate your; personal interests. Would make; fine actor, writer, producer. General tendecnies: Cycle| high for Scorpio, Sagittari u s , j Capricorn. Special word to Gem ini: Do plenty of listening. One close to you is trying to impar special message. By JACOBY & SON In line with this week's discussion of misunderstand! n g s Jim a5ks his father about h i s funniest lucky hand. Oswald: "It was shortly before you were born. I was playing with your mother who was just learning contract. Hence my two no-trump response to her opening diamond bid." Jim -"I assume that it was her custom to never take you out of no-trump contracts." Oswald: "It still is but there are exceptions. This time she ran to four diamonds when I was doubled at three no-trump." Jim: "I don't blame h e r. What's more she would have made four diamonds doubled if you had let her stay there." Oswald: "So she would but I tried four hearts. After all she had bid hearts. Then after hearts got the treatment I finally showed my club suit at the five level." Jim. "I see mother went back to five diamonds and you continued on to six clubs whereupon she gave up the struggle and decided to let you work out your own problems." Oswald: "It didn't turn out to be much of a problem. I played a low diamond from dummy at trick one and ruffed in my own hand. Then I led a heart West played the queen and I was in dummy with the king. A ruff of a second 1 o w diamond cleared up that suit and I led a second heart t o West's ace Eventually, I pulled trumps and made my brilliantly bid slam." Jim: "I am not sure that Q— What building in Philadelphia is famous as an example of Greek architecture? A— Girard College is claimed to be "the most perfect Greek Temple in existence." Q— Did Dickens' character, Mr. Micawber. really exist? A— Mr. Wilkins Micawber is said to be a portrayal of Dickens' father and Mrs. Micawber to represent his mother. Q— How many of our presidents were lawyers? A— Twenty-four of the 35 presi- 1 dents were admitted to the bar ' as attorneys, having fulfilled the i legal requirements. However. . they were not all graduates of law schools. Building of Grade Crossing Approved LANSING (AP) — The State Public Service Commission has approved highway department construction of a grade crossing with the New York Central Railroad over an extension of Franklin Street in Jackson. The commission also ordered modernization of flashing signals at the Chesapeake & Ohio Railroad crossing with Milford Road in Rose Township, Oakland County. BEN CASEY By NedAdnWI >OU'RE WASTING YOUR TIME IIVE YOU MY REASONS MV ACTIONS KNOW, RAMON. I FOUND THAT OUT WHEN YOU BROKE OUR ENGAGEMENT WITHOUT GIVING ME A REASON!... " f, mi Vr Nt». l«r. T.M. >n. U.t K. OT FRECKLES AND IHS FRIENDS By Merrill Blossc* A , ^ YEAW, BUT THIS A PAiNr JOB > eur OFFERED WOULPVE COST ME A PRICE I TOO MUCH? j COLJLDM'T TURN DOWN/ A WALL-FAPERED PRISCILLA'S POP By AI Vermeer \J tan J Mt L_~~^J CJ a ijolden in the sun never works that way for me.. MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli County Wants Civilian Planes to Use AF Base MOUNT CLEMENS (AP) — ! Selfridge Air Force Base near ! Mount Clemens would be open; ed to commercial and civilian as well as military aircraft ; under a proposal of the airport j committee of the Macomb I County Board of Supervisors JThe committee asked the Defense Department Tuesday to open Selfridge to such use. BUGS BUNNY 'SOU'BE TWO PAYMENTS BEHIND ON VER ACCORDION, SYLVESTER J ' 'BUTSIRE: CAN I CONTINUE WORKING WITHOUT MY INSTRUMENT? CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "But, Dad, when I do set a goal and persist until I reach it, you complain that I'm bankrupting; you!" SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox a-v K IMS b HfA. Inc. T.U. t^. U.S. for. OH. 'When did you first notice that your friends were avoiding you?' Building a Home Answer to Previous Puzzf* ACROSS 1 window 4 Rude house 9 loan fab.) 12PeIeg's son (Bib.) 13 Sacred (comb, form) J4 Eagle (comb. form I IS Of building 18 Cubed J9.Mediterranean island 20 Scenic views 22 Unit of conductance 23 Counsel (dial.) 25 Pillar 29 Supervises 33 Greek theaters 34 Its capital is Lima 35 Deteriorated 37 Pierce with a knife 38 Type of cheese 39 Annex 41 Passed away 46 Ebb 49 Smirch 50'Early American home plan (2 words) 54 Cholcr 55 Roman official (var.) 66 By means of 57 Roman goddess 58 Poets 59 Abstract being DOWN 1 Nails 2 Aerial 3 State'flower of New Mexico 4 Scolclers 5 River islet 6 Insect 7 Infantry i reserve Kroup* <ab.) 8 V-shaped nick 9 Transportation fee 10 Warmth 11 Tamarisk salt tree 16 Wise (slang) 17 Lobster's abdominal appendage 21 Planted •22 Small cactus 24 Home ownership document 26 Poem 27 Oriental coin 26 Make lace edging 29 Italian harvest goddess 30 Animal doctor (coll.) 81 Age 32 Fluctuating (music) 36 Collects 40 Star 42 Thrust 43 Cathedral passage (arch.) 44 Feminine appellation 45 Colorer* 46 Tart 47 Tunnel 48 Athena 51 Woman's appellation 52 Affected manner 53 Law degree (ab.) MJBWSTAFEK KNTEKTUSK ASSN. CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner OKAYi PAL. YOU'RE TAKIN6 U& TO A FIWK. we- AIM TO TEACH $cwe MANNERS'. THEN TO KNOW V WE'LL LET YOU GO! YOU WAS SEEN WITH WOT YOU TtessT T^ 7 " Kf<r JELKIE TOWISHTl WAMTWITH ^S\^ss-»-r ME! OELKIEf ^ \ NO? THEN YOU'U. HRf l» SAW TH 1 BUM \F1NP H» HOUSE M TH 1 OUT-. TONIGHT... [SKIHT*!. WE WWW W K0ff> SOT PUNNO MM- IT'50Ni WHERE HE LIVE* I BECAUSE 5Wi* YOKCLA CMOU, YIHV ( MIGHT RECOGNIZE UP. IKIP'.YOU CAN'T V WE'RB- WANTEP If) THIS J&OT NO YOU PO ^-B-,, r TOWN'. -C---T CHOICE 1 SOUR OWN THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansora ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlia ABOUT THIS ICE AGE YOU I THAT'S NO SURPRISE.. WAS TALKIN 1 ABOUT? I I THERE'S LOTS OP ( YEAH? ASKEP MYGRANP WIZER\ THINGS HE PON'T AN 1 HESAIP HE POESN'T V. KNOW EVEN KNOW WHAT ICE IS' ...WELL, SUPPOSING ) SURE... IT'S YOU TEU. US J FROZEN / FROZEN/ WHATS WHAT ICE IS.' i—T WATER.' ( WATER I THAT OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams , I THOUGHT S/ AH--1 FOUWP OUT SHE'S A &OLV Pl& YOU WERE GOWA X GEK! WHEW SHE DKOPPEP THE I CE IT UP ' CL EAWEP> IT OFF, AM' PUT IT BACK ' BUT SHe WOULPM'T EAT IT- WASN'T ABOUT TO LET HER. MAKE A SPEWPTHRIFT ""' ••"W.-u.'T'V ^ THE WORRY WART OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople 'ULP/flCAMTSuA (FROMTHESUAPe i SEAH.MA'SOK, A WHATEVER \T V H\4 NlSS gUf-JOLE OF6R|STLE\ THAT IT'6 A GOR\LIA~ OUTSIDE/VOL) CLAIM 1 OME SSCAP6D \T6 SIS.' iLLAWOKE UP VOJ CAM POT FM&5J WHILE g£\N& •SHIP- PET THE TEETH LOOK LIKE-THE KEY80AKO ON A PIANO.' TO FL.ISHT WITH /. [ PED TOAZOO/(?INS 3O€>TAHAU&UTy^THEOINNER SELL CLYDE-^CAM SCAR& HIM - 1* • >H» b. HU. In 1 M lit U.) r.i /*•' 6lV£ HIM IDEAS,/

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