Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan on August 6, 1965 · Page 24
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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 24

Ironwood, Michigan
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Friday, August 6, 1965
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TWELVE IRONWOOD DAILY GLOBE, IRONWOOD, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, AUGUST 6. 1965. Your Horoscope By Sydney Omarr Saturday, August 7 "The wise man controls his destiny .. . Astrology points the way." ARIES (Mar. 21-Apr. 19>: Be confident but avoid urge to expand too quickly. Tendency is to argue over minor matters. Important you control impulses. Evening can feature exciting, new contacts. TAURUS (Apr. 20-May 201: Money affairs, invest m e n t s , payments and debts in s p o t- light. Seek knowledge. Don't hide head in proverbial sand. Be receptive to suggestion by Cancer-born individual. GEMINI iMay 2l-June 20): Cooperate with mate or partner. Be aware of impression you make at public affair. Evening favors socializing, relaxing. Obtain hint from ARIES message. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Offer aid to Taurus individual, If requested. You will be more than repaid! The more you give today ... the more you ultimately receive. Key is service. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Excitement and change featur e d . Friendg. do turnabout. Many appear' confused. Communicate your Wishes. Make sure others know where you stand. Avoid tendency to be stubborn. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22):' Accent now on domestic harmony. Avoid misunderstand ings with family member. Be a willing listener. Then you make headway. Put finishing touches on favorite project. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Take long-range view. Avoid being impatient. What you try, now apt to be merely a trial.! Means refuse to be bound to only one course. Scan the opportunity horizon. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You are in stronger bargaining position. Don't jump at first offer. Wait and observe. Cycle high but all factors not yet revealed. Secrecy involving money could be important key. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21: Chance to enhance prestige indicated at social affair tonight. Welcome friends. Present views. Study react ions. Many are impressed by your sincerity, flash of originality. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan, 19): Notice reactions of associates, family members. Someone may be trying to conv e y subtle message. Keep close eye on accounts. Don't look too far afield. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Creative activity in spotl i g h t. Give of yourself. Welcome change, travel variety. Self-expression is a necessity. Over come restrictions. Break 1 o ose KNIT SIZES 802 BRIDGE BY JACOBY NORTH A875 ¥Q10763 4 865 + 72 WEST * AQ104 VK854 *74 + Q 104 EAST (D) A 63 VA92 » AKJ932 483 SOUTH AKJ92 4Q10 + AKJ965 Both vulnerable East South West North 1 » 2 if Dble Pass Pass Pass Opening lead—• 7 5145-N A COMFY CARDIGAN!—Knit ribbing trims this afghan crocheted cardigan for the young miss! Make it in white and her two favorite colors. Pattern No. 5145-N has full directions for sizes 8, 10, 12 inclusive; stitch illustrations. 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! from bonds of mediocrity! PISCES (Feb. 19-Mar. 20): Obtain hint from Virgo mes sage. Be aware of family relations. Avoid jumping to conclusions. Wait for all the facts Then be analytical, skept i c a —extremely observant. If today is your birthday . . you are perceptive, tend to be subject to emotional ups and downs. General Tendencies: Cyc I e high for Sagittarius, Capricorn Aquarius. Special word to Leo You are a natural romantic—t night those natural inclination emphasized. Leftover cooked corn on th cob? Cut away the kernels fron the cobs and reheat with a little heavy cream, salt, peppe and minced green pepper and pimiento. BUGS BUNNY v <B IMS kf Wm« KcffiM. IM. _ . s. r.t. on. fl-fr CARNIVAL—By Dick Turner "Seems to me. Pop, a strong union man like you could negotiate a better agreement with Mom than the one we have!" By JACOBY & SON The recent death of Jerry Lewis of Dallas deprived bridge of one of its outstanding personalities. Jerry had been President of the American Contract Bridge League and even more than that he devoted tremendous energy to seeing that Dallas tournaments were success f u 1 and W'P of Dallas will miss him even more than the rest of the bridge world. Jerry made Life Master some years ago when he and Jeff Glick of Miami won the open pairs at Memphis. Among the also rans in that event were Jacoby and son. Today's hand shows one of the hands that contributed to their victory. Jerry sat West and decided to double the two club over-call. He opened the seven of diamonds. Jeff won with the king and returned the six of spades. Jerry took Scuth's jack with the queen and cashed the ace. A third spade was ruffed by Jeff who took liis ace of diamonds anc ace of hearts. Then came a key play by Jer ry. He played his lowest hear to ask Jeff to shift to a third diamond. Jeff obliged and at this poin South made a very unfortunate play fnstead of discarding hi last, spade and holding his los to dowr, three lie ruffed with the jack ol clubs. Jerry overruffe and led his last spade which ruffed. Out came another d i a mond and Jerry was able to make a second club trick and se South an additional trick for a top score of plus 1100. Quick Quiz Q—The bidding has been: East South West North 1 * 1 N.T. Dble Dble Pass 3* sy Pass Pass 5 N.T. 2* Pass Pass Pass You, South, hold: * None * None VAK9765 •AQJ10764 What do you do? A—Bid six diamonds. Your partner has passed the buck to you and you should make the cheaper of the two bids available to yon. TODAY'S QUESTION West bids one club. North and East pass. You, South, hold: 4AQ8765 VK3 +Q86 *32 What do you do? Answer Tomorrow Q—What has become of the spy Klaus Fuchs? A—Fuchs, a left-wing scien list who gave Anglo-American nuclear secrets to the Russian*, arid served nine years of a 14 year sentence, today lives in East Germany. Q—To how many former presi dents was Franklin Delan Roosevelt related? A—He was remotely related to 11 former presidents, five by blood and six by marriage. Q—At present how many state in the Union enforce capital pun ishment? A—The death penalty still ex ists in 37 States, the District o Columbia and in federal law. Officers Investigate Article on Draft WASHINGTON (AP) — Th Justice Department has begu. a study to see if the Mississipp Freedom Democratic Party vio lated any federal law by urging Mississippi Negroes to evad draft calls. A department spokesman sail any prosecution would be diffi cult because in order to prov a violation, "It has to be provec that tne article had an appreci able effect on the Negroes tc whom it was addressed—in oth er words, whether any of them evade the draft as a result o the article." Johnson's Dogs Make Marks in Concrete WASHINGTON (AP) — There is no longer any doubt tha President Johnson's dogs are making their mark at the Whit House, in a concrete way. Johnson, taking the dogs for a walk Wednesday, came on som new paving near the offic wing. Urged on by photogra phers and assisted by a Whit House electrician, he imprinted paw marks of the beagle "Him 1 and the white Collie "Blanco." SIDE GLANCES—By Gill Fox S IMS bi ME*, he. T.U. In »!. r«l. OH. "My father is paying more on more things than your father!" Playground Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Supervised 5 Playground toy 9 Sand 12 Tertiary formation igeol.) M Nautical term 14 All 15 Roman moon goddess 16 bare 18 Repeat 20 Possessive pronoun 21 Opposed 22 Dozes 25 Least true 28 Compass point 29 Near 30 Veneration 31 Caterwaul '33 Musical wort for two 34 Son of Jacob and Zilpali (Bib.) 35 Hindu follower of Zoroaster 36 Worm 37 Either 38 Thus 30 Roman officials •41 BaaebtH « Marshes •MFootlike-pwt 46 Support •40 Adieu 52 Hindustani 53 Kimono sash 54 Grandparcntal .55 Alcohol suffix (chem.) SO Boon companion (slang) 57 Infant 58 Narrate BOWN I Philippine edible nut 3 Bumpkin 3 Softened by heat, as glass 4 Longs for 5 Genus of herbs 6Wings 7 Celtic Neptune 8 Jacob's first wife (Bib.) OUght wood 10 Undivided 11 Wood (comb, form) 17 Mark of 28 Playground division equipment (pU 19 In Ume (music) 32 Helpfully 23 Hesitate 33 System of 24 Facing a glacier calisthenics (geol.) 38 Pintail ducfc 25 Bundle of stkks 40 Apprehend 26 Cognizant instinctively 27 Early Irish 42 Springtime capital month 45 Mop 46 Roughhewa plank •47 False god 48 Void 49 Coxscomb 50 Camel's hair fabric 51 Feminine appellation „. MeWSTAFEft ASSN. BEN CASET By Neri Adams RAMOM REVERA HAS RECOVERED RROM HIS SUDDEN COLLAPSE. DUE HANDSHAKE TODAY IS ONE TOO MANY. 600DB>; .CASEY CASEX AN OLD M YOWAf FAMILY, LET'S KEEP IT THAT FRIEND OFTHF. JK^AY. I DON'T WANT A DOCTOR FAMILY. /J^—T. —m OR A FRIEND I'LL TAKE A CHECK ON THE DOCTOR IMS by NtA, Inc. T.M. teg. U.S. Pot. Oil FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS By Merrill Blossef WMAT MAKES HE'S PICKIMS THEM IN OUR.YARD NOW/ AWFULQLJARREL/y He'LL, MAKE UP BY BRiMGIMS YOU SOME FLOWERS/ PRISCILLA'S POP 8-c <y 't By Al Vermeer MORTY MEEKLE t IHUr NP. Inc. T.M. » M MS. ff>. PH. By Dick CavaUi VULTURB... EOT HOW? AT 0I0ANT7C PfCTLJBSS CAPTAIN EASY By Leslie Turner IVEAWAKENEPTWO HOUSE- "\ YOU A*K TOO TUAIDLVJ THE J-JELKIE \ NO,9REE^IIC«THB LJ/"II ft£l 'Tllf^J litd-rl- f_f*\ \ «•>•> t-tnttr-rtt L*»^n * tif^.t^f -* An_ \ •..!_ —.... ... ....__ !'. . LOOK, SONWY..ISAIV HIM *LUfi VOU TT»S WON'T .TONIGHT. WE'RE IETTIM6 »U SET HURTJ VOU TH- NEW \REVENSE1 BUT YOUU NEEP A I MAY FEB. HWS* # \ 5 H° r TO Give.VOU WCCVW^/PRUiWtfW HOLDS'. THEY WEPE SO \ BE FIRMER 1 . KEEP A HOUSE? ARE- \THAT BULLS, MADAW! IHPIGNANT THEY SLAMMED J FOOT IN THE DOOR TH' POOR WITHOUT SAYW kr TILL THBY AN5W6K! WHERE JELKIE LIVES' THE BORN LOSER Art Sansoni I NEVER REALIZED TOUGH IT COULP BE TO EXPLAIN ICE TO A TROPICAL SAVA6E LOOK...PO YOU HAVE/ YEH, A LONG ANY MOUNTAINS ' WAY OFF... HERE IN MOO? A YONPER r UllE I I'M SOINaTOSHOW OF "EM! / THESE FELUAS ICE! OUT OUR WAY—By J. R. Williams NOW VOU CAM TAKE OVER ON THIS JOB I PUU.EP EP OFF OF/ IT'S GOOD TO KWOW I GOT ONE AAAM WHOS BEEN HERE SO MANY , YEABS HE KNOWS ALL THERE IS TO KNOW/ LOOKIT THE PUSS ON XvEAH-HESTH OL'CHARLEY/A PERFECT) HANPV MAN/ > FALL GUY/ THE BULL 4 BLTT HE HAS CALLS OM HIM TO FIM- >HI& HAWPsl ISH EVERYTHIMGTHATS) SOMftSy LEFT HALF POME BY /THINGS EVERV GUYS WHO GET STUCK /PAY HE FORER GO HOME SICK/7GETS HOW TO BE REAL HANPy.' 0-6-A* OUR BOARDING HOUSE—with Major Hoople AWPF - 4PUTT-TT/ ) LOOKS LIKE TH6

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