Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 5, 1965 · Page 32
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 32

Ironwood, Michigan
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Thursday, August 5, 1965
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SIXTEEN IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, AUGUST 5, 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Friday. August 6 "The wise mail controls his destiny. . .Astrology points t h e way." ARIES 'Mar. 21 — Apr. 19': Lsssons learned in past can now lie utilized. Ke^p mind ope n . Heallze rcuv'.itiovis nave vhpiigcrt. Don't attempt to hang to past. Unfinished business may need attention. TAURUS (Aor. 20 — May 201: Bright, new contact indir-steri. lOxpres.s t:i;rio-'.'.>. A.'K ; v :t':-:.o:,'«. Display Interest. Other.-; nnz-ious to make favorable Ir.ipi ssslcn . Evening fine, for attending social affair. GEMINI (May 21 — Jnr.f 20>: Conditions around base of operations may be unusually tense. Utilize innate wisdom. Be flexible. . .listen to all sides of question. Realize family members ,1avc right to express opinion. CANCER (June 21 — July 22): Best to entertain at home. if practical. Forces appear scat- :ered. Confusion reigns unless you slow pace. Utilize sense of ;iming. . .then you go in right direction. LEO (July 23 — Aug. 221: Avoid extravagance. Tendency now is to throw caution out of window. Be aware of det a i 1 s. hidden clauses. Fine social even- Ing indicated. But don't overdo It! VIRGO fAug. 23 —Sept. 22): Answer you seek is close a t home. You can get what you want if you are obser v a n t. Change, travel and var i e t y featured. Member of oppos i t e sex due to play significant role. LIBRA (Sept. 23 — Oct. 22): Indications' are that you require additional information. Money, savings, investments may be involved. Check possessions. B e sure of directions, basic purpose. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 —Nov. 21): Best course is not to mix money and friendship. Individual who confides problem may only b e "testing." Know this and react accordingly. Seek additional information. SAGITTARIUS i Nov. 22 — Dec. 21): Cycle high. You are able to put across views, product. Be confident, and you reap rewards. Members of opposite sex much attracted. Your personal magnetism rating soars! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 — Jan. 19): If you apply yourself . . . you come up with profitable answers. Key is examining all angles of current situation. One who teaches could provide miss- Ing link. Investigate! AQUARIUS fJan. 20 — Feb. 18): New approach now pays dividends. Don't hane on to outmoded methods. Attention t o younger person may be neces- BRIDGE BY JACOBY ! and the heart would have broken up the squeeze. Q—The bidding has been: NORTH 5 V A'J 2 * Q8 S * A Q.I 108 EAST (D) * AK 7 V K. Q 10 8 6 4 * K 5 *74 SOUTH A Q82 V 75 * A J 109ti4 BoUi vulnerable East South West North IV 2 * Pass 3 « Pa.-ci 3 * Pass 3 V Dble 4 + Pass 7 4 D'ule Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—4 6 Kast South 1 * 3 A 4 4 West North 1 * 1 N.T. Dble Pass Dble Pass A LOVELY QUILT!— Lovely, roses made from bias tape and; easy embroidery combine with < appliqued butterflies to form a ', most attractive coverlet for any' bedroom! Pattern No. 2932-H has hot-iron • transfer for 8 rose motifs: pat-: tern piece for butterfly: full di-! rections. : To order, send 35c in coins to: i Anne Cabot, | Iromvood Daily Globe, i 407 S. Wacker Drive, | Chicago, 111., 60607 • For Ist-class mailing add lOc for each pattern. Print name, address with zip code, style No. 1 and size. Send 50c now for your new '65 j : Pall and Winter Album! Regular | features: custom collection;! items to crochet, knit, stitch! i _—. , sary. Accent independence, initiative, originality. PISCES (Feb. 19 — Mar. 20): No time to argue or force issues. You gain most throu g h tact, diplomacy. Trust intuition. Study and observe. Best to play waiting game. . .let others make: initial moves. ! « » «> i IF TODAY IS'YOUR BIRTH-j DAY. .you have warm person- • ality, are attractive to members, of opposite sex. You are interested in music and drama, o o o GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for Sagittarius, Capricorn. Special word to Cancer: Concentrate forces. Finish what you start. By JACOBY & SON Don't think that North's bidding represented insanity. Quite the contrary! North was of very sound mind but slightly hard of hearing. When East opened the bidding with one heart. North thought he had said "Pass." Hence North was bidding on the assumption that Walter Malowan who sat South had opened with a forcing two diamond bid. East was pretty sure that his opponents were confused and his double was an attempt to punish them for their confusion. It also was a great mistake. West assumed that the double called for a club lead and led a club whereupon Walter was able to make a grand slam. It wasn't very lucky? All it required was a diamond finesse; a two-two trump break; a favorable opening lead and the possession by East of the ace-king of spades and king-queen of hearts so that a squeeze would be developed. Walter won the club lead in dummy and led the queen of diamonds. East covered and a second lead exhausted the adverse trumps. Then Walter ran off the rest of the club suit while discarding two low spades and a low heart from his own hand. Then came the rest of the trumps. The discards from dummy were two spades and a heart so that dummy was left with the ace-jack of hearts and East with a splitting headache. He could not protect both major suits and Walter made one of the luckiest grand slams in history. Note that if East had not doubled the slam West would almost surely have led a heart Pass Pass ? You. South, hold: A None A None VAK97K5 •AQJ10764 What dn you do'.' A — Bid" five hearts! Tour partner should read this bid as a. demand that tie bid six in one of the red suits. He should also realize that you actually are showing six hearts and seven diamonds. TODAY'S QUESTION West passes. Your partner bids five no-trump. WTiat do you do now after East passes? Answer Tomorrow Quick Quiz Q—Wher. was Baltimore. Md., the U.S. capital? A—For about two months when the Continental Congress fled there as British troops threatened to capture Philadelphia. Q_Who designates the U.S. wilderness areas? A—The secretary of agriculture. Q—Do giraffes have vocal cords and do they make any sound at all? A—Yes. but they are not highly developed. They can make sounds for certain reasons. When in great pain or distress, giraffes utter groans or moos: cow giraffes also produce a call when a calf strays. BEN CASET By Ncal GOTTA WATCH OUT FOR THIS HAMCUTMAKESA LOT OF MONEY FOR ME CASEY! OH, DON'T KNOW. HAND AND HE JUST... IT'S NOTHING, NOTHING. 1 JUST A TWINGE. 3J IMS b f NEA, Inc. T.M. Ron. U.S. Pol. OH. FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill BlosseT WMY ELSE WOULD A CAT BE CHASING A CARP PRISCILLA'S POP By Al Vcnneer Reptile Heads List Of Shoppers' Prizes MUSKEGON HEIGHTS (API —An eight-foot anaconda heads the list of prizes for shoppers taking advantage of the annual sidewalk sales promotion scheduled Friday and Saturday by Muskegon Heights merchants. The reptile was donated by showman Ted Schmidt. WHAT A BEAUTIFUL NIGHT' KEEPS PINCHING Romney Will Speak TRENTON, N. J. (API—Gov. George Romney of Michigan | will speak at a $100-a-plate j fund-raising dinner Sept. 29 in !New Jersey for Republican gubernatorial candidate Wayne i Dumont Jr., it was announced I Tuesday. Pay Increases Voted ANN ARBOR (AP) — Pay raises of 5 to 15 per cent, i totaling about $45,000 a year, were approved for approx- 1 imately 150 municipal employes by the City Council Tuesday. Great Star of Africa, now in the Imperial Scepter of Great Britain, is the world's largest diamond. It weighs 530 carots. SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox BUGS BUNNY /IT'S MOUSE, PORKY! I CAN'T STAY ON THESE WATER SKIS! 'WAITTHERE; PAID GOOD DOUGH T 1 RENT THAT BOAT, ASJ' I'M CONN!A GET TH' SUPER BRAIN ALWAYS WORK MY MONEY'S WORTH' CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner •J "And Ujen when money loosens up my HUSBAND gets tight!' •S 1%5 W NEA. lot. T.M ti<? U.S Paf "What's wrong with a little horror? It'll take your mind on the daily news!" MORTY MEEKLE By Dick Cavalli I'M NOT TOO WELL. o a0 AND ~&J& GOT A 8-* CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner MAKW ME TEXACTLYt NOW GET DISTURB FOLKS / GOING iSOMwy'. OKIE AT THIS HOUtt, I FALSE MOVE AN' VOUU TO FIND JELKieiYBE- MIGHT? DEAD I NOBODVU EVER BELIEVE THI&l I'LL TAKE VOUR. BLINDFOLD. AND 2.UA., i^ rL1 - BE CLOS& 6EHINP YOU.'OUTA ™*b!- Br SIGHT,,. WITH A GUMi LnNc ON THE> OUTSORT* OF TOWN EXCUSE TOP ALU THE WERVE: ir$ TWO MBi5IR«,XM| O'CLOCK IN THE MORWIM61! LOOKIN' FOR\ BEAT IT, OR TLL REPORT VOU t Moe JELKIE*SVFOR DISTURBING THE PEACE'. HOUSE- THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansora MOW IT 1-3 SPRiWiSnMEAiSAllJ! A LITTLE WIMP BILLOWS UP IM THE TfJEES AWP A SEMTLE FAUM "STIRS RESTIVELY ALLEY OOP By V. T. Hamlin Timely Tidbit Answer t<* Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Chronometer face 5 Lengthy time period 9 24 hours 12 Against 13 Feminine appellation 14 Island (Fr.) ISlnflexibleness 17 Stitch 18 Desired expectantly 19 Enforces 21 Arboreal home 23 Scottish stream 24 Lifetime 27 Handle 29 Premium (ab.) 32 Give 34 Betrothed one 36Dirner course 37 Trying time 38 Withered 39 Uncommon 41 Highways (ab.) 42 Social insect 44 Oriental coins 46 Indian city 49 Silly 5;t Circle part 54 Subdues 56 Malt brow 57 Life (Latin) 58 Mortuary roll 39 Conducted 60 Otherwise 61 Ration for needy DOWN 1 Shatter 2 Prepositiou 3 Above 4 Flaxen cloth 5 Longing (slang) 6 Chooses 7 Too V Demolished 9 Descrier 10 Toward the sheltered side 11 Evergreen trees 16 Fancy 20 Restuff 22 Gibe 24 Fruit drinks 25 Infatuated (coll.) 26 Knrupt 2B Rather titan (dial.) 30 Habitat plant form 31 Tormc and Blanc 33 Cockpit H c N U H E3EU3 N Ji5 Peaceful 48 Wicked 40 Property items 50 Large pulpit 4.'1 Thing found SI Masculine 45 Hair fillet appellation 46 Idol 52 Italian city 47 Mystery writer, 55 Scottish sail Gardner yard KNTKKPMSE ASSN. IT'S WHAT YOU SET AT RIGHT! NOW SUPPOSIKJG YOU HAP TO PILE ON FIVE SKINS TO KEEP FROM GETTING COLP... _;— THAT WOULP / AW, BE ICE/ J YOU'RE, KIPPIN 1 / NISHT IF Y'POM'T HAVE A NICE WARM SKIN TO COVER UP WITH.' ilfr OUT OUR WAY By J. R. Williams OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople SOME PEEPUL V NEVER THIKJK / OF OTHER < PEEPUL--JIS \ THEIRSELVES.' I M-UMBLE" N TAKE IT-TAKE IT/ I'LL EAT OUT OF MY HAND/ I'LL GET A NOSE BAG/ICAW'T SIT THRU ONE MEAL, BECAUSE >OU HAFTA SIT THRU TWO OR THREE MOVIES/ I'LL—I'LL — HEX. HA,O\ S&LLS STILL "(EARS OF SET HIM OFF! I A FEROCIOUS. ( .\ /V, W '\ /*1fcAK50V- Sfcl HIMOH-:i«l-tKOaOUS DINS - ( fc\ \ ( -""' y \ f PRACTIC& ! \\ IF THSY COULD) WALLOP.' ON= A " i /~V\ \VCAME \\ HE WASONJ H HAve PUTA n OP M0 ° soy6 ARY MEMg£l?- CHAMP SHIP IN THE PUC. EV'LL WAIT UNTIL WHV MOTHERS GE if GRAY

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