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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2015
AMBER WAVES BY DAVE T. PHIPPS
SALOME’S STARS HOROSCOPE
ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Having
second thoughts could be a good thing,
even if you’re determined to go through
with your plans. You might find it worth-
while to take a fresh look at how things
have been set up.
TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Financial
matters could continue to be a problem
until you’re able to straighten out some of
the more pesky situations. Once that hap-
pens, the rest should be easier to unsnarl.
THE SPATS BY JEFF PICKERING
GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Family
matters once again take center stage, and
should be dealt with competently and
quickly. And, again, insist on others taking
on their fair share of the responsibilities.
OUT ON A LIMB BY GARY KOPERVAS
R.F.D. BY MIKE MARLAND
CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Your
creative pursuits seem to be running into a
roadblock. But rather than blame outside
factors, look within to see if you might be
holding back your efforts for some reason.
A to B to C, etc., you could benefit from
the facts that will emerge over this expand-
ed time span.
SCORPIO (October 23 to November 21)
Regarding your workplace suggestions, be
prepared to produce the facts to counter
reactions from skeptics who feel your ap-
proach is unreasonable or even impossible.
SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to De-
cember 21) Savvy Sagittarians will look
for work-related answers on their own
rather than rely on unproved assumptions.
It might take more time to do so, but the
payoff is worth it.
CAPRICORN (December 22 to January
19) Your aspects continue to favor family
issues, with special emphasis this week on
changes in and around your home. Get
everyone to suggest what he or she would
like to see done.
LEO (July 23 to August 22) Keep that
keen Cat’s Eye focused on relevant aspects
of this new situation in your life. Don’t be
distracted by trivial matters. You need the
pertinent facts before making a decision.
AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18)
A matter you thought had been settled
might still produce surprises. Best advice:
Continue to gather facts to bolster your
position just in case you need to produce
VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) As
much as you prefer doing things on your
own, continue to accept help if you still
need to resolve the problem affecting your
project. Some cheerful news is about to
come your way.
PISCES (February 19 to March 20) While
your instincts are usually right when
discerning ‘twixt truth and deception, you
could benefit from doing more research
on the new “prospect” that you’ve been
LIBRA (September 23 to October 22)
While you might begrudge the added time
it will take to get your project from point
BORN THIS WEEK: Your wisdom is only
matched by your generosity, making you
the sort of friend everyone hopes to have.
FLASHBACK BY MICK HARPER
THEY’LL DO IT EVERY TIME BY AL SCADUTO
1. Name the only No. 1 song by the Edgar Winter Group.
2. Which song mentions not playing B-17 on the jukebox, as it would bring back memories?
3. What day of the week is mentioned in two songs by Spanky and the Gang?
4. Name the group that released “Have I the Right?”
5. Name the song that contains this lyric: “He got joo-joo eyeball, he one holy roller, He got
hair down to his knee, Got to be a joker he just do what he please.”
5. “COME TOGETHER,” BY THE BEATLES IN 1969. THE SONG WAS THE SUBJECT OF A LAW-
SUIT WHEN IT WAS CLAIMED THAT JOHN LENNON LIFTED PART OF CHUCK BERRY’S
“YOU CAN’T CATCH ME.” IT IS SUSPICIOUS: BERRY’S WORDS WERE “HERE COME A FLAT-
TOP, HE WAS MOVIN’ UP WITH ME,” AND LENNON’S WERE “HERE COME OL’ FLATTOP, HE
COME GROOVIN’ UP SLOWLY.”
4. THE HONEYCOMBS, IN 1964. TO AUGMENT THE DRUMS DURING THE CHORUS, BAND
MEMBERS STAMPED THEIR FEET ON THE STAIRS IN THE STUDIO.
3. SUNDAY: “SUNDAY WILL NEVER BE THE SAME” AND “SUNDAY MORNIN’.”
2. “PLEASE MR. PLEASE,” BY OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN IN 1975.
1. “FRANKENSTEIN,” IN 1973. THE INSTRUMENTAL WAS HEAVY ON SYNTHESIZER, AND
WINTER PLAYED A NUMBER OF THE INSTRUMENTS.
SUPER CROSSWORD: SHALL I COMPARE THEE?
POPEYE BY HY EISMAN
DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK:
Answers to the crossword puzzle will appear in Wednesday’s paper.