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Ironwood Daily Globe from Ironwood, Michigan · Page 7

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THE DAILY GLOBE, Iron wood. Ml — Saturday, Jur* 27,1990 'To Remember Me' /s a favorite FOR iETTCR OR WORSE [fear Ann Land em: One of my favorite high school teachers died recently. Among her pap^n was an may ytm had printed in your column back in I fW 1.1 found it very moving and'hope you will prim ii again. Thank you. '-- JOHN IN NORTHRIDGE, CALIF. DEAR JOHN: It's one of my favorites, too. Thank you for asking. I ihould tell you. aJ.v>, thai it U one of the most frequently requested by my readers. To Remember Me By Robert N. Test The day will come when my body will lie upon a white sheet neatly tucked under four corner* of a mattrm located in a hospital busily occupied with the living and the dying. At a certain moment, a doctor will determine thai my brain has ceased to function and that, for all intent* and purposes, my life ha* stopped. When that happens, do not aoempt to instill artificial life into my body by the use of a machine. And don't call this my deathbed. Let it be called the Bed of Life, and let my body be taken from it to help others lead fuller '• lives. ."•'•'.•'.'••.-.. ;"• • . Give my sight to the man who has never seen a sunrise, a baby's face or love in the eyes of a woman Give my heart to a person whose own bean ha* caused nothing but endless days of pain. Give my blood to the teenager who was pulled from the wreckage of bis car, *o that he might live to see bis Ann Landarm grandchildren play. Give my kidneys to one who depends on a machine to exist Take my bones, every muscle, every fiber and nerve in my body and find a way to make a crippled child walk. Explore every comer of my brain. Take my celU, if necewary, and let them .grow so that, some day, a speechless boy will shout at the crack of a bat and a deaf girl will hear the sound of rain against" her window. Burn what is left of me, and scatter the ashes to the winds to help the flowers grow. If you must bury something, let it be my faults, my weaknesses and all prejudice against my fellow man. If, by chance, you wish to remember me, do it with a kind deed or word to someone who needs you. If you do all I have asked, I will live forever. Dear Ann Landers: I hope I'm not too late to get into your discussion about spatially impaired people -(hose whose sense of direction is so poor that they get lost in their own homes. The columns you have printed have had special meaning for me because I am one of those who can never find hi> way around. That, however, u not why I am writing. I wanted to let you and your reader* in on a secret that has been cfcwely guarded by NASA for several yean. In spite of anything government officials might tell you,; the real reason that today's teams of astronauts include women is that someone has to stop and ask for directions when spaceship* gel lost -. LESTER •••'.]. PQURCIAU. DIRECTOR OF LIBRARIES, UNIVERSITY OP MEMPHIS DEAR LESTER IN MEMPHIS: I'm printing your letter knowing I shall incur the wrath of several thousand male readers. But what you've written has more than a germ of truth in it. Pew men ask for directions when they ttt lost. Many times, the wife sits there, silent and steaming, while he continues on his muddkd way, turning left and right and sometimes winding up on the same street Thanks for saying it in a way guaranteed to bring a smite. Truth about drug* What's the truth about pot, cocaine. LSD, fCP, crack, speed and downer$? The Lowdawn on Dope" has up-to-the-minute information on drugs. Send a self-addressed, long. business-size envelope and a check or money order for $3.75 (this includes postage and handling) to: • Lowdown, c/o Ann Landers, P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, III. 606110562. (fn Canada, send t*,55,) Tb find out more about Ann Landers and read her past columns, visit tfu Creators Syndicate web.page at \vw\v.creatdrs.com. ANNLANDERS* O1998. Craatofi SyrxScata Your Horoscope Sunday, Juo« 2fl. Your chart indicates mora material r«war<H iri Hi* y*ar afwad ffian you may hav* r«c»iv»d tfi the past. K»«p movtog m tti« p»f*«r>« c*r«cfiOfl and «*or* toward* cto»uf« m yoof buno*»» mvoJvamarHi Bridge Went K Q 10 A3 « A 3 A if) AS N#rtJ» »* 37 M « K J « S • Q 7 5 4 * A K Q E**t 5 4 » 7 * 2 • 7 2 a J 1 0 9 * « 4 3 2 * A 3 » Q 10 9 S 4 * K 3 2 * J 9 7 Vulnerable: Both Dealer. West Srwl*. I * DM. Pas* 4 » lead: * K Ea*t !'»*» A!Spa*« CANCER (Juna 21-July 22) Thi» could b« a Qood day to tocreasa'your re*ourc«* and expand your financial pro*p«ct» S««k out p*opi« ,you think rnt<jnt assist you so fusing your hop«* arxJ expectation* Canctit. (real youfwM 10 a Jwrttvlay gift S«nd lor your Astro-Graph predictions (Of th« year ahead by mailtng $2 and SAS£ to Astro-Graph, D'D tTus newspaper, P O Box 1758, Murray H.il Station. N«w Yort, NY 101VJ B* sure to Hal* you* zcxfcac *gr». LEO (July 25-Aug. 22) Sorroone who Mi*» you (S a* >m*f*«l«d in your <jM?rf>c»- tion a» you are today This individual knows how to g«t thing* t*on« in way* you mrf not (Aug. 2>S^X. 22) Construcfr/e can b« gj»rn*r»d today fhroogn lrM»nd* and confacli you ve cultivated r»c*n«y Two fr>«od* m part»cu!ar ar* in a !o help you l. 23-Oet 23) Tf<«f« arn «xfc- ttvaf yo«j mtgrrt r»c«rv« a raiso w benefit from a job that do«»n t usually DfOVKfc (*Vi*»«yi* Of p«rt<» SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Mo*. 22) G*f your party c!olh»» ready today, because *om«oo« wt-to lik«» you i* go«xj to make C*rta«o you're gong oirf oo ttw» ir/wn (of a good lime (Mov, n-Ofc. 21) 8«fV»- may he eipenoncorj today by you and tho*« you'ra food of.. it's up to you to giv« rrxxnanturn lo fh»* opportunity CAPRICORN (Dae. 22 Jan. If) A faw kind *or<3'. today Wt)l m*»n • graat more to th« r«cip»«frt than you Make an effort to b» graciou* and aflarv ' AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-faft. 19) Ban*M* mny com* lo you from drflarant OVactwn* %o you'll hav* lo ba atari to ea»ch PISCES (Fab. 2<M4arch 20) Don't b*.a couch potato' Th* axciting thing* that cot A; d«v*top for you today won't happen at horr*» or on your TV Try to prctrfaja and ipend t>m« with p*opl« yOu'va ARtES (March 21 -Apr* It) A ganarou* gnfture mtgrn com* you* way today, M m return lor ma halp you oav* torn*- oo* ir tn« pa*l, »o accapt it gracfcxjaty, TAURUS (AorH 20-*lay 20) You could find yours#»f m damand today. bo» wh*r» *ven n-roro ptoaiam t» ffva fact that rh* p«opt« wtoK »aak you out */• lha on** wrfh Mtvxri you want lo a«tabfa»n hnfc». OEWINI (May 21-Juna 20) Lady Luck w« oporal« tx»n.nd ttvo »cana» today, backing up your ambitiou* urga*. K thing* stan -jorg battar than «xp«ciad. < could b« du* to h*< mftoanca civw by «*rx i«r The eyes have It By Phillip Alder One (A the pictures in this year'* cat 'calendar ha* three white rat* One ha» t*o blue colored eyen. one ha» a l«ft blue eye and right yellow eye, the third hi* a l*ft yt-\\rr* eyp anrf a right biu* e>e. Very Jtrange though no dV>ubt *om« gervetwrnt rouW explain it Crossword ACROSS 1 — out 7 ftnoo<* (Tom a 34 fin* Ana»»r lo Praotoua Pucrta 14 C*f<J IS If In bridge, the good playfr* keep their ey»r» op^n. r«;f5ardlfti* of their r.'oior They look at each card as it i* played They also keep their ear* r*p*-n. listening elo*eiy to th« bwldinjj. In Ihn deal, how do you plan the play in four heart* after We*t lead* the <vp;»d> kiniif 1 Your three hear! advance after p;irtn<-r'» takeout dotible -h/j-ws vjm* 0 11 point* Start hy chrckinj? lo*er* With one in «pao>* and one in h»?art.v y/u muxt avoi'J Irving two diamond trick* In particuUr when in opponent ha» i;id. once th<? dummy appear*, check the jxanl* Here, there are l« in th« dummy and you have 10. That W-ave* only 14 for the opponent*, yet W>*t r/fXfted th<; btoVhnst So. h* must Kav* Ih*- diamond a/.-e. Just hop* that it i« a *ingJetr;n or doubleti'/n. Jf Weu ha* ace third of diamonds, you have no rharx e a^amut fc*r»t defen*« After winnintf with Ihe *pad*: ace, play a trump i*t'* a»*um* We»t ri*e» wi!h hi* ace. ca*h«« Ihe npad> que*n. «n<l exit* with hi» firiaJ trump 'If We»t dutki the heart ace, f»r if you think h« started with the »infclet«n ac«, you miiiht go for an erwiptay: Cash two or three of dummy'* c!ub«, th«n \f.»A a trump to Went'-. *c«, hopin< h« ha» only fpa4e* arvi 'liamorMi* left ) Now you play a diamond to dummy'* queen. Ihen duck a diamond on the way back. We«t'* ace drr>pp>ng onto ih* Lafcle i* a .tight (or watchro) e-/*»' 17 ti Mr*. 20 Pra — {(or the 37 WnMnd- wwtcomtng •btx. 40 Aclor Danny — 41 Otd card g*rrx 43 Entre — 45 Am«r. l*oq 44 Scato won* (•bbr.) 47 Comp*»* pt 21 On* and only 23 C«rrt*r 24 O<nc« ho<«no< 25 Knot* ki coflon 27 SmaM««4 numtoer of 29 Abev* (po«t.) 31 Actor CH*o*y 32 Pod 33 Pr«fJ* for or *ogto 54 Lu*4rou* »om» ma 57 Turrr* back DOWN 1 Scorch»» 2 Country ,3 In good working ord«r PACKW4&UPMV FRANK A ERNEST ...JUST TO KttF Uf MM EVEN TMOOOM I'M NOT HUNOffV, I 60C33 I OOOHT TO eAT A urn* BEETLE BAILEY CMAff* AKff * WITH VHAM, §4/T PIP YOU KNOWfSECONPWAHP CAN CAU5I HAOAR THE HORRIBLE Tt« ORtZZWELLS THE BORN LOSER Neve*. ^*£Ai*JC£O IT ALLEY OOP ..8trr r COTTA rtu ' A MWMT OKV HCBC. UMTll_ WC FCUNOU&A HER MAW ^ w is my n«ph*w. I want you to *p«od ttx morning training him for your Job."

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