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AMBER WAVES BY DAVE T. PHIPPS
SALOME’S STARS HOROSCOPE
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) All that
flattery and fawning shouldn’t affect any
decision you have to make. Keep your focus
on the facts and ignore all the hyperbole,
especially if it gets uncomfortably personal.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Your Bo-
vine instincts are on the mark about that
“favor” you’re being asked to do. Agree to
nothing unless you get a full explanation --
which you would check out first, of course.
THE SPATS BY JEFF PICKERING
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) A some-
what unsettled recent period should give
way to a smoother time going through the
week. Use this quieter time to catch up on
matters you might have had to let slide.
OUT ON A LIMB BY GARY KOPERVAS
R.F.D. BY MIKE MARLAND
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Feeling a
little confused is understandable with all
those mixed messages. Take time to list
the questions you have. Then present them
and insist on answers that make sense.
that you can check out before you make
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21)
Getting a boost in your self-esteem is one
benefit that comes with a job well done. There
are other plusses as well, including being
noticed by all the right people. Good luck.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to De-
cember 21) Make time to deal with family
matters, especially where they concern
your elderly kinfolk. Being there for them
from the start can help resolve problems
sooner rather than later.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to January
19) Getting a project started can often be
difficult. But the good news is that you
won’t want for lack of assistance from col-
leagues who would like to work with you.
So, let them!
LEO (July 23 to August 22) Cupid can be
very helpful for Lions seeking a love connec-
tion. The chubby cherub also brings warm
and fuzzy feelings to paired Leos and Leonas
who already share a special love line.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to February
18) A lot of work-related issues might be
raised this week, and you need to be pre-
pared for whatever comes along. Things
should be easier when it comes to matters
in your private life.
VIRGO (August 23 to September 22)
Travel is favored this week, whether you’ll
be globe-trotting or taking a trip to a
nearby getaway. You might be surprised
(or maybe not) by who wants to be your
PISCES (February 19 to March 20) What
might appear to be a very much unwanted
change in your life right now could turn
out to be a very welcome event after all.
Give yourself a chance to see where it
might take you.
LIBRA (September 23 to October 22)
Getting advice on your next business-re-
lated move is a good idea, but only if your
advisers are trustworthy. Get references
BORN THIS WEEK: You exercise your
strong leadership qualities well, which is
why people believe in you and feel reas-
sured by you.
FLASHBACK BY MICK HARPER
THEY’LL DO IT EVERY TIME BY AL SCADUTO
1. The Supremes had five chart toppers in 1964. How many can you name?
2. What girl group had a hit with “Foolish Little Girl”?
3. Which Dion song mentions Flo, Mary, Janie and Rosie?
4. When did “You Make Me Feel Like Dancing” come out? Who sang it?
5. Name the song that contains this lyric: “You can ponder perpetual motion, fix your mind
on a crystal day, Always time for a good conversation, there’s an ear for what you say.”
5. “UP AROUND THE BEND,” BY CREEDENCE CLEARWATER REVIVAL IN 1970. THE SONG
WAS USED IN NUMEROUS FILMS, BUT LONG AFTER IT WAS RELEASED. THE FIRST WAS
“L’EAU FROIDE,” A FRENCH FILM, IN 1994. IT ALSO WAS HEARD IN THE “GUITAR HERO
WORLD TOUR” VIDEO GAME AND RAISIN BRAN COMMERCIALS.
4. 1976, BY LEO SAYER.
3. THE WANDERER,” IN 1961. IT WAS RELEASED AS A B-SIDE ON “THE MAJESTIC” SINGLE,
BUT BECAME THE MORE POPULAR OF THE TWO.
2 THE SHIRELLES, IN 1963. THE SONG LANDED ON THE HOT 100 LIST AS WELL AS R&B.
1. “BABY LOVE,” “COME SEE ABOUT ME,” “STOP! IN THE NAME OF LOVE,” “BACK IN MY
ARMS AGAIN” AND “WHERE DID OUR LOVE GO?”
SUPER CROSSWORD: RISING TO THE DEBATE
POPEYE BY HY EISMAN
DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK:
Answers to the crossword puzzle will appear in Wednesday’s paper.