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SATURDAY, JANUARY 3, 2015
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AMBER WAVES BY DAVE T. PHIPPS
SALOME’S STARS HOROSCOPE
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Use that Ar-
ian charm to help make a difficult workplace
transition easier for everyone. News about
a long-awaited decision can be confusing.
Don’t jump to conclusions.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Although
you might well be tempted to be more
extravagant than you should be at this time,
I’m betting you’ll let your sensible Bovine
instinct guide you toward moderation.
THE SPATS BY JEFF PICKERING
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) An oppor-
tunity for travel could come with some
problems regarding travel companions and
other matters. So be sure you read all the fine
print before you start packing.
OUT ON A LIMB BY GARY KOPERVAS
R.F.D. BY MIKE MARLAND
business background. Instead, seek advice
on enhancing your business prospects from
bona fide sources with good success records.
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21)
Standing up to support a colleague’s view-
point -- even if it’s unpopular -- can be diffi-
cult if you feel outnumbered. But you’ll win
plaudits for your honesty and courage.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to De-
cember 21) While progress continues on
resolving that recurring problem, you might
feel it’s taking too long. But these things
always need to develop at their own pace. Be
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Make an
effort to complete your usual workplace tasks
before volunteering for extra duty. Scram-
bling to catch up later on could create some
resentment among your colleagues.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to January
19) Someone close to you might have a
financial problem and seek your advice.
If you do decide to get involved, insist on
seeing everything that might be relevant to
LEO (July 23 to August 22) A financial mat-
ter could have you rethinking your current
spending plans. You might want to recheck
your budget to see where you can cut back
on expenses until the situation improves.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18)
A personal matter takes an interesting turn.
The question is, do you want to follow the
new path or take time out to reconsider the
change? Think this through before deciding.
VIRGO (August 23 to September 22)
One way to make your case for that pro-
motion you’ve been hoping for might be to
put your planning skills to work in helping
to shape up a project that got out of hand.
PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Moving
into a new career is a big step. Check that
offer carefully with someone who has been
there, done that, and has the facts you’ll need
to help you make your decision.
LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) Be
careful about “experts” who have no solid
BORN THIS WEEK: Your warmth and
generosity both of spirit and substance en-
dears you to everyone.
FLASHBACK BY MICK HARPER
THEY’LL DO IT EVERY TIME BY AL SCADUTO
1. Folk singer and songwriter Jesse Colin Young started what group in the ‘60s?
2. Which Bob Dylan song had the working title of “Black Dalli Rue”?
3. Who first released “Rivers of Babylon”?
4. Who had a hit with “I Can’t Get Next to You”?
5. Name the song that contains this lyric: “We all make mistakes, we all lose our way, but we
stood the test of time and I hope that’s the way it will stay. It’s all up to you to tell me to go.”
5. “DON’T WANNA LOSE YOU,” BY GLORIA ESTEFAN, ON HER 1989 ALBUM “CUTS BOTH
WAYS.” THE SONG ALSO WAS RELEASED IN SPANISH (“SI VOY A PERDERTE”) AND PORTU-
GUESE (“SE TENHO QUE TE PERDER”).
4. THE TEMPTATIONS, 1969. AL GREEN COVERED THE SONG IN 1970, BUT SLOWED THE
3. JAMAICAN REGGAE GROUP THE MELODIANS IN 1970. BUT IT WAS BONEY M. WHO
MADE IT INTO A HIT IN 1978.
2. “POSITIVELY 4TH STREET,” IN 1965. THE SONG WAS THOUGHT TO BE A SNIPE AT THE
FOLK SCENE IN GREENWICH VILLAGE IN NEW YORK.
1. FOLK-ROCK BAND THE YOUNGBLOODS. THEIR ONLY TOP 40 SONG WAS “GET TO-
SUPER CROSSWORD: INITIAL WORKS
POPEYE BY HY EISMAN
DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK:
Answers to the crossword puzzle will appear in Wednesday’s paper.