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Botany and Ormiston Times : Botany and Ormiston Times Thursday June 11 2015
22 — Botany and Ormiston Times, Thursday, June 11, 2015 www.times.co.nz GEMINI Family connected engagements are spotlighted, along with educational travel, new career challenges and a leadership role in the community. In short, it’s one of the year’s liveliest weeks. CANCER The focus is on short financial planning. Watch out for the tendency to be a big spender. A friendship may bring you rich rewards. LEO Your horizons are broadened in a week that sees you visiting new, perhaps exotic destinations. A recent community or educational activity may bring an advantage at the work place. VIRGO This week sees you putting in overtime as you help relatives with their emotions or neighbours with their chores. This is a favourable time for updating your files. Your love life is on a steadier course. LIBRA Investigation is the week’s keyword and job opportunities may offer more variety than you realise. Several upbeat meetings, some unplanned are on tap for the week. SCORPIO Paying visits to the lonely or sick is high on the week’s agenda. Travel may include some unusual shopping sprees. Pay care and attention to job-related hints. SAGITTARIUS Treating an old problem with a new approach may lead to a speedy solution. Check out the larger picture if considering making a large investment of your energy. CAPRICORN Your family situation is more congenial thanks to your recent attempts to establish harmony. New hobbies are accented. Difficulty at your place of work requires a novel touch. AQUARIUS Your artistic endeavours are highlighted. You may be interested in pottery or ceramics. Property negotiations may be indicated. Pay careful attention to fine print. PISCES You are making progress on a project, but there are some important touches that still require your care. Your artistic ability is stressed in a week that sees you painting a canvas or a room. ARIES The past is highlighted. This is a good week for collecting antiques and studying family history. Reconciliations are indicated, thanks largely to your forgiving nature. TAURUS A new source of information proves more reliable than you had hoped. A loved one’s independent streak may surface, while you find yourself in a typically sentimental mood. Sudoku No. 136 Horoscope Your Zodiac forecast for the week ahead ACROSS 6. Confirm (11) 7. Froth (4) 8. Native of Tahiti (8) 9. Monkey (6) 10. Sword (6) 12. Beat (6) 15. Frank (6) 17. Scatter (8) 19. Peruse (4) 20. Pollute (11) DOWN 1. Musical instrument (8) 2. Material (6) 3. Ado (6) 4. Arrest (4) 5. Discuss (6) 6. Beverage (5) 11. Gland (8) 13. Show (6) 14. Warning (6) 15. Believe (6) 16. Angry (5) 18. Gasp (4) ACROSS 6. Make the boss load the gun (3,2,6). 7. Not one of the commoner synonyms for “look” (4). 8. Is his church a simple one? (8). 9. When taking the odd rest in the garden plants (6). 10. Holding a frisky steed, not at all ruffled (6). 12. Handed over, was sanctioned (6). 15. The bad girl returns, in the book (6). 17. Interrupts the conversation on how to crush evil? (6,2). 19. Said it could be a child (4). 20. How you knew straightaway the cat didn’t like you? (4,7). DOWN 1. Are they surprised to find guns in their hands? (8). 2. Is critical of the said Fort (6). 3. Does put the male cats outside (6). 4. Said it’s an alternative name (4). 5. Show there are ninety-nine in the department (6). 6. The papers urge us to (5). 11. Blow up anytime: possibly the day before (8). 13. Drat! If unmoored, it will be floating away! (6). 14. Stop from giving the name at first (6). 15. They’re underground workers in the East, the wife holds (6). 16. A head start (5). 18. The plant is a sloe that’s had no sun (4). Quick Puzzle 12345 6 78 91 0 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Cryptic Puzzle Answers under Public Notices in the Classifieds section. Answers under Public Notices in the Classifieds section. Friday, June 12 1. Will be celebrated as Loving Day. Loving Day commemorates a date in history when the supreme court of America ruled to disband all anti-miscegenation laws in 1967 (laws that made mixed race marriages illegal). 2. It is also the Red Rose Day – a symbol of love, Red Rose Day is celebrated by gardeners, florists and romantics, celebrating the many facets of the rose. 3. June 12 is also celebrated as Superman Day – the red, white and blue on Superman’s costume stand for justice, help to those in need, and a powerful spirit to reckon with. You could host a Superman theme party or then step out of your comfort zone, even without your cape and help those in need. MENTAL FLOSS TIMES WORD puzzlE 7710 Win! Guylian Artisanal Belgian Chocolates WHo says Easter is the only time to eat chocolate? Just because some-bunny’s hopped off on his way doesn’t mean we can’t make pigs of ourselves by sniffing out some first class chocolate truffles from Guylian. 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