Simpson's Leader-Times from Kittanning, Pennsylvania on January 3, 1975 · Page 10
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10--Leader-Times Klitonnlng.Po. Friday. Jan. 3, by THOMAS JOSEPH ACROSS 1 Brogan, e.g. S Summit 8 Bucket 9 Malt vinegar 13 Confederate 14 Shandy's creator 15 Traitor 16 Lurch out of control 17 "Ecce --" 20 Candlenut tree 21 Moslem theologians 23 --buddy 25 Type of demonstration (2 wds.) 26 Actress Papas 27 Ham it up 28 Played for stakes 29 Pert, to ancestry (abbr.) 30 Nimbus 31 Railroad locomotive 34 Catnip 37 Elongated fish 38 Gumbo 39 Garment part 40 Chanteuse Home 41 Dancer Dailey 42 Coloring expert DOWN IBox Z Pacific pine 3 Blandish; compliment (3 wds.) 4 District of England 5 -- Bay, Maine 6 Claudia -Taylor (Mrs. LBJ) 7 Equal 10 Garage attendant (2 wds.) (IEIH Oldii fdHH HBM3 ·M2DR HOQilH . ssra Yesterday's Awwcr 11 Crowfoot 24 Spoken family plant 31 The cauae of 12 Baptized Troy's ruin anew 32 Angered 18 Exclude 33 Russian 19 Hair river 21 Ineffectual 35 Sea eagle 22 Of the limen 36 Comedian 23 Two-horse Jack chariot 38 Ancient m 4O 20 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE- Here's how to work it: A X Y D L B A A X R Is L O N G F E L L O W One letter simply stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. CRYPTOQUOTE D Y C O R G D Q Y L Q E O J Y ' G T W F Q T R J D C H N D P W F L Q E O J Y ' G S W W H N D F D Y M . -- R Y Q Y Yesterday's Cryptoquote:... GOOD HABITS ARE "MUCH EASIER TO GIVE UP THAN THE BAD ONES.--W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM Magic Spell B Y H A L K A U P M A N Spell out four short words below. Use numbered letters to spell correct answer to Pop Topic at bottom. -'POP' TOPIC:'"" ·······* HOW FIDO DESCRIBED THE NEW DOG FOOD. ANSWER: H O B " OOO ( Word*:LOVE WORK FARM AUTO *' YESTERDAY An*w«r: Why hot dog vendors need more room ( THEY'RE OVERKRAUTED. Laff-A-Day C Kit F«Uw« V-Jic.ii IK-. 1974. WixU ifekH "How do you expect me to help you, if you don't keep aspirin in the house?" Hubert THE WA/ TRUDy-- J BOUGHT A SACK OF POTATOES'ON SALB TODAY I VACUUMED TIC JiOL£ OCMDSrtJ UrS WOOJIO6 / utures Syndic*!*. Inc., 1974. Weild richt« rracnrcd. "Crawford? Oh, he's out earning some money shoveling sidewalks for the neighbors!" , Believe/I or AW/ FA5T6M voue - 5AP6TV uM6 TO SOMETHING HIS COMPARTMENT WAS» ISOLAT6PI ITHIN HE'5 AUIVB I WHY PlPNT GOOP QUE5TIOM- DOC! i THE OP PURA, WHEE ,,. I'AA G6TTIMS NEAI2 HlAA! ' V6T!-., u r/V* ENTERING TH THAT U6AP5 TO WELL.. .THAT COMPLETES O U6TEM, I WOULPN'T YOU TWO CetfPS FOR Hi, 6CT4WY tTEMe FOR SIAMESE OTS IN THAILAND, WERE CONSIDERED SACRED AND COULD BE OWNED WILY BY THOSE OF ROYAL BLOOD BULLRING BUILT IM 1711, /S THE OLDEST Iff ALL SPAIN ·WOMEN OF CHINA, CREATE GIGANTIC HEADDRESSES BY WEAVING- INTO -THEIR HAIR. QUANTITIES OF DYED WOOL The Almanac By United Press International Today is Friday, Jan. 3, the third day of 1975 with 362 to follow. The moon is approaching its last quarter. . The morning stars are Mars and Saturn. The evening stars are Mercury, Venus and Jupiter. Those born on this date are under the sign of Capricorn. Actor Ray Milland was born Jan. 3,1908 as Reginald Truscott- Jones. .v.i.' On this day in history: In 1938, the March of Dimes campaign was organized 4 tor fij*t infantile paralysis. .-. ' , . . . - . : ; . · . , - : . , , - - - . " ; « In 1961, the United States severed diplomatic relations with Cuba after Fidel Castro admitted to being a Communist. In 1967 Jack Ruby, who fatally shot presidential assassin Lee Harvey Oswald, died of cancer in Dallas. In 1972, American industrial leader Charles Wilson died at the age of 85. A thought for the day: British satirist Jonathan Swift said, "We have enough religion to make us hate, but not enough to make us love one another." R E D E Y E 1 DON'T R6M6M0ER THE MOST DIFFICULT ONE ~ BUT 1 CAN TELL YOU THE ONE THAT TOOK THE LON66ST TO DO -~THAT WAS THE TIME I DID A HAIR TRANSPLANT bM A BALD BUFFALO Your Individual Horoscope Frances Drake FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 4, 1974 G E R WHAT WAS; rue MOST DIFFICULT OPERATION YOU EVER MAN Look in the section in which your birthday comes and find what your outlook is, according to the stars. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 20) If you capitalize on your adaptability, imagination and discernment, you and others whom you influence will fit well into success patterns. No day for dawdling! TAURUS Kl--TP (Apr. 21 to May 21) °TOr Mild influences, you are just about left on your own now to decide on the means to gain benefits, how to parlay efforts to get the most with the least expenditure of time and energy. GEMINI ML, (May 22 to June 21) U*^^ If the game is not worth the candle, chuck it promptly. If what you planned has merit, stand by it staunchly. Wisely separate the significant from trifles. CANCER (June 22 to July 23) Go . about your duties and obligations eagerly, but as eagerly wait for new instructions, and hunt for the tricky spots. Impress others with your poise. I C*i"k ^m *--{ (July 24 to Aug. 23) *OW An increase in duties? Then you can iiave a new peak in attainment. Keep your amiable self tuned to receive the best, reject the worthless. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept 23) Principles and values must be well considered now. If you avoid extremes, you can have a satisfactory day. Especially favored: executives, teachers, students. LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct. 23) Sincere endeavor and accuracy could carry .you far beyond expectations if you put them into force and direct your energies into constructive channels. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov. 22) " Tip-top Mars influences stimulate possibilities of progress. You should feel buoyed for action. Details, tedious work, well-handled, can bring fine returns. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 to Dec. 21) Jupiter's auspicious'influence fans the fire of enthusiasm for dedicated purpose, popular enterprises. This should be a day to remember. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) Saturn favorable. This is the time to press forward with aD the grit and good win you can (and that can be a great deal when the Capricomian really tries). AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 19) __ In making changes or starting anything new, consider all possible, after-effects. Weakness in spots must be shored up. PISCES (Feb. 20 to Mar. 20) Some favorable hours; others will present unexpected obstacles. With self-confidence and your innately philosophical attitude, you can take all in stride. YOU BORN TODAY are both artistic and practical; can conduct business matters with unusual competence and shrewdness, while also pursuing a highly creative avocation such as .writing, sketching or architecture. You have tremendous inner forces which help you to overcome obstacles with seeming ease. If you do not choose business as a career, you could do exceptionally well as an educator, scientist, politician or real estate operator. There is no set boundary for the Capricornian. He sees new horisons daily. Birthdate of: Gen. Joseph J. Joffre, French hero, world War M I S s , p - E A C' H / WELL, THE / THE 6C0N0MV I$NT A$ BAD A* WB I THINK IT 1$. AND, IN FACT, THElK V ftUZef DONT LOOK 5O0AO... THEY HAVE THI* NEW LADY AOrdUNTANI fOK TH6AA, MAMEP D R. K I I D A R E A R K T R A I L ·. C. TOIIB PEHiONAL WMUMCOPK FOB im. P«r · | milk, li CMAs In Mfa flat BMIAn MBd fca^i^M i* --. _ «._· r» piii^t ·"· "«^^^ w » --.-- -._»., n i . t i n . mmmrn DtV*rt*«t, Bu in, OH CMM* SUUw, New T«fc, M.T. HM1. MM TMT NAMK, AB- Duaawttk or. MrtD*n or ram u M nr* T~ «M u» T%M fcr^* *, ^ IN ACOUPIA MINUTES, OtP JOE BOYPIJ. COMEiS/, PELIVER KXJ A SER/MOM, ANP PUT OU TO WORK. SO«.MAKE YOURSELF SCARCE. SONN/ BODY'S COMING OVER' THE MOUNTAIN BENJI .' THIS IS YOLK? 5BEAT GREAT GCANOFATHER, SON...HE WAS A ' DRUMMER 0OY IN THE REVOLUTION/ WHERE IE':..THEY LITTLE BABY/

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