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6. Flexible (10)
8. Reckless (4)
9. Believe (4)
10. Fibbing (5)
11. Flat (4)
12. Violated (9)
16. Native fish (9)
20. Ado (4)
22. Prestige (5)
23. Noise a pig makes
24. Hostile (4)
25. Children's author
1. Degrade (6)
2. Basketball team (7)
3. Musical instrument
4. Grateful (6)
5. Fabric (5)
7. Attendant (5)
13. Tree (3)
14. Dishonourable (7)
15. Amusing (5)
17. Nervous anxiety (6)
18. Agreement (6)
19. Mythical monster (6)
21. Garment (5)
P RTMACQ ARIE
MILE FRANK I
ARIES---March 21-April 20
An invitation to a prestige event may arrive this week.
Travel is spotlighted, but plan for changing weather con-
ditions. Conditions change in the friendship area also,
thankfully for the better.
TAURUS---April 21-May 22
Some difficulties appear in the communications area. Try
to ensure that your casual comments are not misinter-
preted. An outstanding payment may arrive at last. Your
partner may seem a litle calmer this week.
GEMINI---May 23-June 21
Look for a positive outlet for built up tensions. A work-
mate may be vague, don't hesitate to ask for clarifica-
tion. A friend out of town may be in touch.
CANCER---June 22-July 22
The moods of others are changing. A critical acquaint-
ance becomes more understanding, while a shy friend is
surprisingly assertive. Your positive influence has played
a part in all this.
LEO---July 23-August 22
Sorting out financial papers may prove unexpectedly time
consuming. Community programmes may lead to new
interests and a possible new friendship. Your relationship
is much more clearly defined.
VIRGO---August 23-September 22
If considering major household tasks, be sure to exam-
ine the broader picture carefully. Musical events may be
accented on the weakend. New relationships are increas-
LIBRA---September 23-October 22
This week will be like a tapestry - rich in detail and col-
our. Take time to stand back and study the patterns. On
a more practical level, your financial affairs may require
SCORPIO---October 23-November 21
Partnership endeavours are generally highlighted, pro-
vided each participant understands the individual respon-
sibilities and the combined goal. You may be asking to
sponsor a community or social event.
SAGITTARIUS---November 22-December 22
Avoid taking shortcuts and watch a tendency to make
excuses. Hard work and long hours pay off. Your fam-
ily is supportive of your ideas. Pets are featured in the
CAPRICORN---December 23-January 20
You are surprisingly idealistic this week, fighting for
principles with vigour. Your wit is sharp and you meet
someone who's almost your equal. Family ties are
Watch a tendency of promising too much to too many
and try to give yourself some much deserved pampering.
After a few false starts, a pet project is in full swing.
PISCES---February 20-March 20
Your independent streak surfaces and as a result, you
make important strides in the professional environment.
After the weekend, the emphasis is on financial and pos-
sibly real estate dealings.
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
You can be quite nostalgic, having strong ties to your
family's past. - But you look to the future too and
generally keep up with the changing times. You tend to
keep your anxieties bottled up. The months ahead
spolight "new directions" and focus on travel and
expansion in your profession.
AQUARIUS---January 21-February 19
This free listing is for GENUINE CHURCH SERVICES ONLY.
Please submit notices to YPCT's KADINA office by 5PM THURSDAY for
publication in the next week's edition. Each day's services must be
listed in a SEPARATE paragraph, stating denomination, place and time;
and please include contributor's contact details in case of queries.
Fax services to 8821 2044, email firstname.lastname@example.org, post to PO Box
246, Kadina, 5554, or drop in to 31 Goyder Street, Kadina.
CRITICAL ALTERATIONS to services already submitted will be accepted
up until 10am of the day preceding publication (usually MONDAY).
HOW TO SOLVE SUDOKU!
Fill the grid so that every row and every
3x3 square contains the digits 1-9
35964 1 782
146 5 27938
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 21
Kadina (Copper Coast): 10.30am,
Seventh Day Adventist
Kadina (Port Road): every
Saturday, 9.45am, Bible study;
11.30am, Divine service.
Church of Jesus Christ
Latter Day Saints
Moonta Bay: 10am, 14 Haven Rd.
CRC Churches International
Moonta: 10am, corner Francis
and Blyth Terraces.
Kadina: 10am, Harvest Christian
School's Cornerstone Stadium,
Wallaroo: 7pm, Saturday.
Yorketown: 6pm, Saturday.
Maitland: 9am, HC.
South Kilkerran: 11am, alt.
Yorketown: 9am, LR.
Minlaton: 11am, LR.
Cross Roads: 7pm, Woods.
Moonta: 9.30am, Giles.
Moonta Mines: 11am, Giles, HC.
Maitland: 10.30am, Webber.
Urania: 10.45am, Beare.
Arthurton: 9am, Beare.
Ardrossan: 9.30am, Cunningham.
Clinton Centre: 9.45am, Gill, CA.
Dowlingville: 11.15am, Wyartt, CA.
Yorketown: 9am, Nankivell.
Port Vincent: 9.15am, Burford.
Curramulka: 9.30am, cong.
Brentwood: 9.30am, White.
Edithburgh: 9.30am, cong.
Koolywurtie: 9.30am, cong.
Minlaton: 10am, Treasure.
Stansbury: 11am, Nankivell.
Warooka: 11am, White.
Corny Point: 2pm, Anglican.
Church of Christ
Kadina (Taylor St): 10.30am; 7pm.
Stansbury: 10.30am, Anderson.
Australian Christian Churches
Kadina: 10am, Gateway Life
Centre (Adelaide Road).
Minlaton: 10am, Eternity Chapel.
The Congregation at Moonta
Moonta: 11am, The Pilgrim's
Shed, 76 Caroline Street.
1. What was the name of the ship sailed by
2. In Walt Disney's 'Snow White', how many of
the dwarfs had beards?
3. Do you know the names of the seven dwarfs?
Answer: 1. The Mayflower; 2. All but one; 3. Sneezy, Bashful,
Dopey, Doc, Grumpy, Sleepy, Happy.
Answer: Light. Thumb. Brush. Hands. Shoes. Shell.
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There are six objects shown in this circle and the first and last
letter of each is already filled in. Can you fill in all the missing
letters, turning the wheel around?
"Hi Jo. New models in yet?" asked
Bob Radell, entering Jo Sheridon's
Small Arms shop.
"I don't deal with help."
"Don't 'cha want my business?"
If local gossip was true, she'd be
better off not dealing with him,
thought Jo, hastily cancelling her
"Not bad," said Bob, when she
produced the pistol. "How much?"
"Expensive," said Jo. "Only two in
the shop, the other one's sold."
"Not for me to say,"
"I'll pay you double!"
"Can't be done."
"Make it triple, that's my best
"Name your price!"
"Thought I'd pick up me new toy,"
said a bearded man, entering the
"Tommy Wetherall," growled Bob.
"Mighta known it'd be you!"
"Ho, Big Bob! 'Eard about ther new
shooters, did yer?"
"Just bought one."
"That true, Jo?" asked Tommy. "I'll
pay yer double!"
"I'm selling the pistols for their
proper price," she said firmly. It was
true, there were just two pistols in the
But only because she'd sold the rest!
How she'd love to be a fly on the wall
when Bob Radell and Tommy
Wetherall discovered half their club
members owned those same pistols!
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