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6. Nature reserve (ACT)
7. Ambulance (abbrev)
8. Framework (8)
9. Wander (6)
10. Meddle (6)
12. Solicitor (6)
15. Fluster (6)
17. Establishment (8)
19. Detest (4)
20. Very small island
1. Beliefs (8)
2. Fuel (6)
3. Thing (6)
4. Mountains (NSW) (4)
5. Aplenty (5)
6. Town (NSW) (5)
11. Corresponding (8)
13. Sudden (6)
14. Imp (6)
15. Wish (6)
16. Additional (5)
18. Manner (4)
ARIES---March 21-April 20
New projects are on the horizon. The key is to be dis-
criminating and practical. Your extravagant streak should
be kept in check. Old friendships are highlighted.
TAURUS---April 21-May 22
Watch the tendency to commit yourself to too many tasks
- you can't solve all the world's problems. In personal
relationships, an annoying obstacle is removed. Ingenu-
ity is important regarding a domestic matter.
GEMINI---May 23-June 21
Home related projects demand top priority and a thor-
ough approach. Pay attention to community happenings.
Being observant may pay off in the coming weeks. An
offbeat acquaintance becomes more conservative
CANCER---June 22-July 22
Your imagination is vivid and your creative expression
could lead to profit. Other opportunities for earning spare
cash could open up. A romantic misunderstanding clears.
LEO---July 23-August 22
Hunches are strong, particularly those related to personal
relationships. A small financial windfall may brighten
the weekend. Sports events demand special caution.
VIRGO---August 23-September 22
This is a good week for stimulating conversations and
intellectual activities. Personal relationships seem to be
headed in the right direction, but don't take romance for
granted. Career options broaden.
LIBRA---September 23-October 22
Opportunities for earning cash or doing something you
enjoy may open up. If travelling, allow for possible de-
tours and double check your routes in advance. An off-
beat invitation may arrive.
SCORPIO---October 23-November 21
Co-operation at the workplace improves, thanks to your
initiatives. Watch a tendency to take on too many rush
assignments. Important correspondence may arrive - be
careful in drafting your reply.
SAGITTARIUS---November 22-December 22
You are exceptionally clever this week and earn praise
from your elders. A sentimental streak surfaces as well
and romance generally flourishes. A financal dealing
could requires scrupulous reviews.
CAPRICORN---December 23-January 20
This week accents bargains and mini shopping sprees.
You may find what you have been looking for, for ages.
New responsibilities at work arrive somewhat
You are known as an eternal student, but this week sees
you shine as teacher. Youngsters seek you out as a role
model. A career "misfortune" proves a blessing in
PISCES---February 20-March 20
Holiday plans require review. Be selective in choosing a
travel companion. Keep copies of important papers -
originals may get lost. Your love life appears on a steadier
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
A stubborn streak could hold you back. Making an effort
to be more open-minded can pay off handsomely in ar-
eas of career and personal relationships. Your generos-
ity and empathy are great strengths that continue to en-
dear you to a tight circle of friends.
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
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 28
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.
Minlaton: 6pm, Saturday.
Moonta: 10.30am, PE.
Maitland: 10.30am, John
Edwards' retirement service,
Kadina: 9.30am, HC.
Maitland: 11am, HC.
South Kilkerran: 9am.
Minlaton: 9am, Boesch, HC.
Yorketown: 11am, Boesch, HC.
Jerusalem: 11.15am, Ladner.
Kadina: 9.30am, Ladner.
Wallaroo: 9.30am, choir.
Cross Roads: 7pm, Thatcher.
Moonta: 9.30am, French.
Moonta Mines: 11am, French.
Sunnyvale: 9.30am, Giles, HC, at
Neville and Lynette Rowe's.
Maitland: 6pm, Webber.
Urania: 10.45am, Webber.
Arthurton: combine with
Weetulta: 9am, Webber, HC.
Ardrossan: 9.30am, Gaisford.
Clinton Centre: 9.45am, Johnson.
Dowlingville: 11.15am, Gaisford.
Price: 8.30am, Johnson.
Yorketown: 9am, Hender.
Port Vincent: 9.15am, cong, HC.
Curramulka: 9.30am, Anglican.
Brentwood: 9.30am, Ramsay.
Edithburgh: 9.30am, Moeller.
Minlaton: 10am, Klynsmith, HC.
Stansbury: 11am, Hender.
Warooka: 11am, Ramsay.
Church of Christ
Kadina (Taylor St): 10.30am;
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.
Where would you find the van Allen belts?
1. In south Africa
2. In earth's magnetosphere
3. In an air-conditioner
4. Inside a taxi
5. On a 1930s dress
6. In a lift shaft
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Yorke Peninsula Country Times Tuesday, October 23, 2012 53
Rick ran his work-calloused hands
over her satiny body.
"Eleanor," he murmured softly.
"You're so beautiful!"
Pouring a generous amount of
sandalwood cream into his left hand,
he began to slowly, sinuously apply it
to her golden, sun-kissed skin.
She was his true love, and gave
meaning to his life. But life was not
kind, for soon he would lose her.
How would he survive? This last
meeting was bittersweet, and so
"Rick! Where are you?"
Andrew! What did he want? Was
there no privacy anywhere?
"Rick, I'm not leaving till you
"Over here," Rick said with a
resigned sigh. "What is it?"
"Planning on taking Eleanor out
"Just that there's a strong
nor-easterly forecast, gale force
"I don't believe you!"
"Take a good look," Andrew said.
Rick stared. The wind did appear
stronger. Sadness filled his heart, for
now there'd be no last tender, farewell
"I won't take her out."
"Good enough," Andrew said. "See
Of course he couldn't take risks
with this magnificent yacht, for she'd
only been his for the summer, and
tomorrow she'd be gone forever. Back
to her real owner.
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