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  • STAR SIGNS

    ARIES (March 21-April 19): You may possess excess energy. Plenty of exercise or competi- tive sports will keep you at your best. Your enthusiastic friendli- ness and exuberance may be misunderstood. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): As the razor-sharpening barber said, “It takes a lot of scraping to develop a fine edge.” Be dili- gent; remain astute and obser- vant and you will be well paid. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Staying close to home may be more satisfying than venturing out. If you do get the urge to splurge you may prefer to go treasure hunting at yard sales or antique malls. CANCER (June 21-July 22): You might be left behind if you can’t keep up with the crowd. It is a good day to attend social events or to offer hospitality to new friends. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): The only way to win respect is to firmly stand your ground. Don’t shy away from a confrontation or stick your head into the ground like an ostrich. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): The more you plot and plan the more you become an also-ran. You might think you are out- foxing everyone when you are merely laying down a scent for the hounds. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): The piper could knock on your door and expect to be paid. You may have strained your resources or physical stamina. Slow down and take care of yourself. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Some disclosures may make you uncomfortable. However, by bravely offering the facts you will be able to come to an entirely reassuring and benefi- cial agreement. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Beneath the surface great harmony exists but on the sur- face weekend plans may ap- pear out of sync. Someone in your family could benefit from exercise to burn off steam. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Be logical. If it is good for the goose it is good for the gander. Anything that is good for two geese may be good enough for the whole gaggle. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): One tantalizing possibility for financial security may need to be placed on the shelf for the moment. When you pursue someone for a rendezvous you might be dismissed. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Hold your horses. You may feel like beginning a new project but it could be best to lay low until the stars are more favor- able for your enterprising spirit. IF AUGUST 6 IS YOUR BIRTH- DAY: Tackle physical projects like yardwork or cleaning and make an effort to be at your competitive peak at the work- place throughout the next four to six weeks. Take pride in your executive abilities but steer clear of new romantic ties and investments in September. In October your schedule might be filled with myriad respon- sibilities but you can handle them easily by being organized.

    SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 2016

    — Jeraldine Saunders

    ACROSS 1 Vatican VIPs 6 Praenomen 15 All grown up 16 Of lymphatic

    glands 17 Plains tent 18 Bravura

    pitching 19 Automobile

    compartment 21 Rocket Rod

    of tennis 22 Represent

    dramatically 26 Muddies 30 Liquid

    appetizer 32 Repetitive

    recital 33 Drummer/

    singer of The Band

    35 Some small change

    36 Mineral in the raw

    37 Enter the arms of Morpheus

    39 Come by 40 One of

    Donald’s exes 43 Star of

    “Indecent Proposal”

    46 Command to the troops

    48 Orchestral composition from folk tales

    49 In an easy chair

    51 Leaves in the lurch

    52 Finish 54 Tanker’s

    cargo 55 Federally

    chartered corporation that purchases mortgages

    59 One-tenth donation

    63 Transferable to another owner

    64 Foe 65 Scroll with an

    inscription 66 Tightly

    packed

    DOWN 1 One way to

    stand? 2 Poem of

    exaltation 3 Kennel

    youngster 4 Part

    of EKG 5 Solid fat 6 Enthusiastic

    supporter 7 Excessively

    admired one

    8 Post-op regimen

    9 Whine tearfully

    10 Of a tribal symbol

    11 Polyatomic ion 12 Fruity

    beverage 13 Spoil 14 High RRs 20 Photographic

    solutions 22 California

    observatory peak

    23 Manage 24 Venerates 25 Knuckle

    under 27 City of

    Yangon, formerly

    28 Went in 29 All __ go! 31 Flotilla 34 Notes from

    the boss 38 Mottled

    bean 41 Grew darker,

    perhaps 42 Completely

    lacking in sense

    44 Deserved 45 Like a

    translucent gemstone

    47 Make beloved

    50 Okra stew 53 Coffi n cover 55 Word for the

    Beatles 56 Pie __ mode 57 “The Delta

    of Venus” writer

    58 Wide shoe width

    60 Five after fi ve 61 “__ Pinafore” 62 Hole in a

    needle

    Answers to all of today’s puzzles are on the comics pages. The New York Times crossword and the bridge column appear in the classifi eds. See A1 index for page number.

    8/6/16

    A DAILY CROSSWORD

    PHOEBE & HER UNICORN

    ADAM@HOME

    HAGAR THE HORRIBLE

    SUDOKU PUZZLE Complete the grid so that every row, column and 3x3 box contains every digit from 1 to 9 inclusively.

    DAILY JUMBLE