Home' Yorke Peninsula Country Times : January 2, 2013 Contents ARIES---March 21-April 20
Misunderstandings can be resolved with give and take -
don't give more than you take. Relatives excel in com-
petitive events. Financial maneuverings are your strong
TAURUS---April 21-May 22
A workmate may prove more trouble than he or she is
worth. You may decide to opt for an old fashioned ap-
proach as you reach a critical deadline at the work place.
A small financial risk may pay off by the end of the week.
GEMINI---May 23-June 21
This is an excellent week for trying to get work published.
You shine in any project that involves writing. In ro-
mance, don't press issues. In diet, avoid spicy delicacies.
CANCER---June 22-July 22
A professional acquaintance may ask for a personal fa-
vour - don't feel intimidated. Rumours are circulating
but believe little of what you see and even less of what
you hear now.
LEO---July 23-August 22
Your attention to detail is paying off now, but be sure
you understand the larger concepts too. Don't be reluc-
tant to question the wisdom or motives of an advisor, no
matter how trustworthy.
VIRGO---August 23-September 22
The standards of others may be unrealistically low. En-
courage friends to try harder still. A relative may press
for a decision. It's better to say nothing than to answer
LIBRA---September 23-October 22
This week sees you devoting time and energy to domes-
tic matters - anything from moving to decorating. Being
direct but tactful wins points at work and in personal
SCORPIO---October 23-November 21
Dreams can come true this week when your persistence
combines with a friend's generosity. A family feud is
put to rest thanks to the offbeat approach of a junior
SAGITTARIUS---November 22-December 22
Doctors orders, especially on diet matters should be fol-
lowed seriously. This week finds you championing the
underdog, though you can be taking on a lot more than
CAPRICORN---December 23-January 20
Money maneuvers should be based on careful research,
not mere intuition. Education is accented. Try learning
a lot about a little - not the other way round.
If evaluating any object, the first appraisal may be unre-
alistically high or low. An aloof friend crashes down to
earth when he realizes how drastically his values have
PISCES---February 20-March 20
Compensation for injustice or injury comes your way after
a long wait. You are quick to change your mind now.
Think out a situation and experiment before making a
BIRTHDAY THIS WEEK
Personal magnetism is your famous trait. In any group
you are the centre of attraction. On the flip side, you are
highly impatient and highly secretive. In the coming
months you are influenced by a force that encourages
personal and/or professional partnerships.
AQUARIUS---January 21-February 19
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every row and every
3x3 square contains
the digits 1-9
7. Native fish (5,7)
8. Fuel (6)
9. Mystery (6)
10. Illness (7)
12. Mountains (Qld) (5)
15. Island (Vic) (5)
16. Succinctly (7)
18. Schedule (6)
20. Argument (6)
22. Famous bushranger
1. Comic (8)
2. Sun (4)
3. Timeless (7)
4. Better (5)
5. Perspective (8)
6. Stern (4)
11. Everlasting (8)
13. Christmas (dated) (8)
14. Tool (7)
17. Wash (5)
19. Jewels (4)
21. Unclothed (4)
MOONTA MAGIC... Dianah
Mieglich, of Port Pirie, took this
photo of a golden sunset at Moonta
Bay recently. If you have a sunset
photo you would like to share with
Country Times readers email it to
editorial ypct.com.au with details
of who took it, where and when.
SUNDAY, JANUARY 6
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.
Port Victoria: 11am.
Maitland: 9am, LR, combined.
South Kilkerran: no service.
Cross Roads: 7pm, Giles, HC.
Moonta: 9.30am, Giles, HC.
Moonta Mines: 11am, Giles, HC.
Maitland: 10.30am, Webber,
Port Victoria beach: 7.30pm.
Ardrossan: 9.30am, Goodwin.
Clinton Centre: 9.45am, Wyartt.
Dowlingville: 11.15am, Goodwin.
Yorketown: 11am, cong, HC.
Port Vincent: 9.15am, Scripture
Union beach team.
Curramulka: 9.30am, Searle.
Brentwood: 9.30am, Cook.
Edithburgh: 9.30am, Wilson.
Koolywurtie: No service.
Minlaton: 10am, Treasure.
Stansbury: 11am, Wilson.
Warooka: 9.30am, Cong.
Corny Point: 2pm, Ramsay, HC.
Church of Christ
Kadina (Taylor St): 10.30am; 7pm.
Stansbury: 10.30am, Anderson.
Australian Christian Churches
Kadina: 10am, Life Centre Church
Minlaton: 10am, Eternity Chapel.
The Congregation at Moonta
Moonta: 11am, The Pilgrims' Shed,
76 Caroline Street.
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MY Mother told me never to judge a
book by its cover. But that advice went
unheeded the moment I set eyes on
the elegantly handsome, fast mover of
I couldn't eat, I couldn't sleep.
But when my dream was about to
come true, I became a shivering wreck.
Would we be compatible?
My friends said we were made for
each other. What if they were wrong?
What if I was wrong?
After today my life would never be
"Don't be silly," I was told. "You're
not the only person in the world to do
this, you know."
My heart fluttered at the mere
thought of my heart's desire. I was so
new to this type of relationship; would
I be able to cope? It wasn't too late to
change my mind!
Never had the hours dragged by so
When finally the chimes rang out, I
rushed to answer the door.
"Sorry to be late." His deep, husky
voice was music to my ears.
"That's okay," I lied, opening the
"Right then," said the delivery man,
stepping through the doorway. "Where
do you want your new computer set
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Love at first sight
By Gwendoline Quinn, Warooka
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