The Mercury from Pottstown, Pennsylvania on May 4, 1973 · Page 20
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«•—The Pottstown Mercury * Friday, May 4, 1973 jr •é %ê &o44€ctetef by THOMAS JOSEPH Blasi Hoffman ( 17165s 1843) A RICH MISER of Borken, Germany, LOCKED HIS MONEY IN A SAFE IM HIS ROOV\ EVEPT NIGHT AMD SLEPT WITH THE KEY UNDER HIS PILLOiV- AT THE MOMENT HE DIED OH THE NIGHT OF JULY 9, ¡843 THE SAFE DOOR FLEW OPEN ! £.4 eikirmMMkkinVIaUiWXHnl.' ¡^ baptismal FONT OF THE CHURCH I CF RAMPONIO, ITALY COMPRISES PARTS OF PILLARS FROM 2 OTHER. CHURCHES np*pS A IAWG THE TRIBESMEN OF NEW GUINEA, ARE HUNG FROM THE BEAMS OP THE DECEASED'S HOT PACKAGED IN WRAPPINGS OF PALM ¿EAVES TRUDY 30WLMH6 ACROSS 1. Jewish month 5. City in Wyoming 11 . Gawk 12. Relaxing (2 wds.) 13. Ready, to he plucked 14. Factories 15. Building extension 16. Farming implement 17. Steal (si.) 18. Hole for laces 20. Papal veil 21. Father (Fr.) 22. Kindred 23. Word on a wanted poster 25. Now generation’s “money” 26. Chilling glance 27. Close noisily 28. — time (2 wds.) 20. As of now (2 wds.) 32. Be “all wet” 33. Kansas River’s other name 34. Range of knowledge 35. Kind of habit 37. Split 38. Squirrel monkey 39. English river 40. Contents of a quiver 41. Imitator DOWN 1. Concur 2. Diurnally 3. Good shape; fine fettle (3 wds.) 4. Caddoan Indian 5. "In Cold Blood” author 6. Tamarisk salt tree 7. Kind of breeze 8. "War­ paint” product (2 wds.) SAL AD1POL A SI arena | averv N D PE SOAR PASCALiTR accent I hora STOAT lRE'S I N torsbber Y ng I erne I av enge MHf areIHBKSH M I L 1 TAR 1 z E D A D O R £■$TO R E D atenmeager Yesterday’s Answer ROLLO, HOW POES IT FEE L TO BE 50 RICH ? IT'S KIND OF BORING, EVEN THOUGH I HAVE PONIES, BOATS, BIKES, A POOL, ETC. 9. Iron Curtain country 10. Answer 16. That woman’s 10. Memorize 20. Electrical term 23. Canadian province 24. Moro cautious 25. Get lost! 27. Dramatizes 30. High- strung 31. Come into 33. Recognized 36. Japanese statesman 37. Brown kiwi I’M GIVEN EVERYTHING I WANT—SO NATURALLY 1 DON'T GET A KICK OUT OF ANYTHING T SMI DGE, MY KID BROTHER 6ENT ME THE PICTURE HE MAD TAKEN FOR GRADUATION THI5 JUNE ! 2 34 s 6 1 8 9 10 w 12 ¡314 5 17 Ô id 20 22 21 ¿i24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 lìii 31 34 35136 38 39 40 41 s-* MAN„„IT'6 HARD TO BELIEVE THAT 15 YEAR6 A60 WE CALLED HIM A LITTLE SHAVER! 7 MY FINDINGS INDICATE *TWAT p(?INKINS MCR£ THAN TEN cups cf cotrze per day MAY HASUFUU TO VDUfc HÊAUTH ic'jze cur • your MIN MEP£IN£ MAN ; y Y Cf YOUR MIND; TWO cups CP H£RS AND You'Re DEAD/ *. <v faxt* 5-4 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTE — Here’s how to work it: AXYDLRAAXR is LONGFELLO 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. CRYPTOQUOTES CIT W I A IQS TI-NYMMJZ S J Y TI L K L R XILTKTWT KL AKLZKLR YSRQCJLWT AIS RIKLR IL UJMKJEKLR YT BJ YMSJYZP ZI.-HYCJT SIUKLTIL Yesterday’s Cryptoquote: PEOPLE SELDOM IMPROVE WHEN THEY HAVE NO OTHER MODEL BUT THEMSELVES TO COPY AFTER.—OLIVER GOLDSMITH LAFF-A-DAY SKEETFEM'M SORE GLAU YOU PfiOUGMT 'JOUR GUITAR ALONG.. V) NEyr TIME WE GO CANOEING T MUST REMEMBER TO BRING M'FATHER'5 FIPPLE.' i-4 Your Horoscope By FRANCES DRAKE L ook In th# section in which your a lot goinq for you, so it would be birthday comes and find what yourifoolish to offset efforts of the past, outlook is, according to the stars. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. ?3 1o Dec 21) FRIDAY — Don't undertake anything without ARIES (March 21 to April 20) — knowing proper procedure. Find out If you have not overlooked anythinq how associates think and feel. Ex- important, you should now be able cellent progress Indicated through alert to launch the first stages of a new thinking and action, undertaking, can also solve unusua1 CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 20) problems — Your intuition should be strong now, TAURUS (April 21 to May 21) — but double-cherk to make sure you The use of an old strategy or piece are not overlooking small details. Thus, of advice may be your best sfand-bv all should go well, now Look out for things "offbeat," AQUARIUS (Jan. 21 to Feb. 1?) — out-of-context: they can mislead. pay n0 attention to dissenters or GEMINI (May 22 to June 21) — pessimists. Go about your work and Your success now will depend largely other activities with good will and on your mental attitude. Use your a bit of finesse. You can have an innate foresight and inqenulty to press unusually satisfactory day. toward wise decisions and action. PISCES (Feb. 20 to March 20) — CANCER (June 22 to July 23) — Business and financial matters slated Good planetary influences. Especially immediate advancement; also for favored: sound business transactions, future qains. But take nn risks; con- real estate deals, home improvements, servative management stressed family concerns. YOU BORN TODAY are endowed i c« i i..i„ it «. mi n it. with a warm and outgoing personality, LEO (July 24 to Aug. 23) - Better- ., Q00d intellect and Versatility. than-ordinary advantages indicated you believe in people and in their But, in all things, look below the inherent riqht to justice and happiness; super- are humanitarian in your impulses and . make excellent physicians and 4 ~ a teachers. Taurus represents im favored partiality, artistry, love of beauty and UJ .WHAT’S IT'S MR.SVENSENf\ HE <\ AT HOME/...HE / WANT SAYS HE SENT J/H£ TO HIS OVERALLS / DO? TO THE «^STRIKE A LAUNDRY f )COMMEMORATIVE MEDAL ? < ‘ \ f HE SAYS \ TELL HIM THEY DIDN’T ) TO WEAR k COME BACK.'/THE PAIR V—,, _______ -f HE HADON| ( yesterday » y a! TELL HIM I TO JUST m, VWEAR WHAT i HE WEARS AROUND THE HOUSE ! I get a guilt complex stealing bases ins’ WHEEZY/ J CANT STAND ^TWE CREEP/. > > ^ DAD,TELL-HIM I CANT GO TO ----s TMe DANCE surface. Don't be taken in b> ficiallties. VIRGO (Aug. 24 to Sept. A good day. Among many activities: secretarial and confidential careful judgment. Those born on this wck; home and children s affairs; date also have an element of P.u:s.uiti- . . mysticism in their nature. You have LIBRA (Sept. 24 to Oct 23) — Make; many fields from which to choose a your schedule a flexible one. There highly successful career, notably: art, are possibilities of chanqes and the drama, poetry, the law.i variations in certain situations — a!l I jurisprudence statesmanship and act*. promisinq to be beneficial. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 to Nov 22) — Don't sidestep obliaations in favor of more desirable activities. You have RAFF ITI -<7^ «■ -**■* -L------------Eft' ing. Birthdate of: Horace Mann, educator; Audrey Hepburn, film star. Your Personal Horoscope for 1973, For a personal 140-page forecast on health, wealth, love and marriage, send $2 plus 25 cents In coin for postage and handling to The Mercury, Horoscope Book Department, Box 173, Old Chel*?a Station, New York, N Y. 10011. Print your name, address *ith zip, and date of birth. LJ SAY HO.y- SHOUT// GET ALLRED IN THE FAC El v. a . ■■ L YOU DO J WHEN MOM ASKS POP FUR COAT.f . C> "Come 1 WW ARÉ educated I BUTTON-A-DAY by A/OOKS- by UmtedFeature Synöiuite, inc» Bailey, and about being we'll discuss overworked." your complaint HENRIET M THE LOCKHORNS 5-4 CUI OUT «NO PAST! ONTO MITAl BUTTON 'I'm not talking about YOUR marriage. about MY marriage." I'm talking MMOe \Tl5 TOO HEKVJV F or CKMH THE. ÖÜT À ' mo novit. T^e weióKT- UfTtW^ \N W6H tCWOO\- ‘ ^-y:. J\G65,Z\I E DECIDED WcRE ec INS CN A NEW' PiET/ MAN,YOU PULLED A REAL BCO-BOO THAT TiME/ LIKE AUNT MAGGIE meant A HI6H-PROTEIN DIET-.LOTS CF STEAK/ CÛ HOW WOULD you like to be COMMI-SSIOWE^ OP Al'R ? TÇ AM ; : 1 IMPORTI NK J 03 1 YOU'D HAVE THE P ower op the . THRONE BEHIND VOLI .1 > x'LL.TAV<E IT.' WHY DON’T YOU DO SOMETHlKlâ ABOUT THE DIRTV AIR? ALL COMMISSIONERS ARE THE SAME J LAzy,6LOPpy, NO-ACCOUNT CLEAN UP THE AlR OR I’LL TOSS VOU !N A DUNGEON ! STALL ABOUT THE PIAMONP BRACELET..TELL HER YOU HAVE TO HAVE IT COPIED BEFORE W HAND IT OVER...I’LL BE ACROSS THE STREET WAITING- FOR MSS BETTIS WHEN SHE COMES OUT.' .UK YOU WANT HAVE IT COPI ED? SMART. HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE? A SW

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