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14 * Philipsburg Mail - Thursday, June 15, 2017 11 13b 13b 64 66 CLUES ACROSS 45. Month 1. Hot meal 48. Nanosecond 5- Razor clams 50. Domestic lO. Blood-sucking 52. What a boy be- African fly comes 12. Chauvinists 53. Breezes (anc. 14. Windy City football Greek) player 55. Jogged 16. An alternative 56. At the stern 18. Federal Housing 57. Lawrencium Administration 58. Destructive to both 19. Styles hair sides 20. Arabic female 63. Arterias name 65. Removes 22. Paddle 66. Pretentious people 23. Area once sepa- 67. Tropical Asian rated from Germany plant 25. Marketplace 26. Gode Airport CLUES DOWN 27. Upset 1. Type of whale 28. Where wrestlers a. Type of medication sweat 3. Land of the free 30. Garland 4. Formed an opinion 31. Robert__, poet of 33. An iPad is one 5. Logo 35. Fruit of the oak tree 6. No (Scottish) 37. Della__, singer 7. Leaves tissue 38. Women's clothing 8. Sacred state to retailer Muslims 40. Mailed 9. Thus 41. Largest English lo. African nation dictionary (abbr.) 11. Someone who has a 42. Pouch stake in 44. Radioactivity unit 13. Parties m 9 21 30 m 45 52 m 56 15. Subsystem produc- ers 17. Large, flightless birds 18. Compromises vis- ibility 21. A ballet enthusiast 23. More (Spanish) 24. Skeletal muscle 97. Hands (Span.) 29. Weighed 32. Businessman 34. Famous clock Big 35. Unkeyed 36. Break between words 39- Ink (slang) 40. Disappointed 43. Stroke 44. Curdled milk 46. Restaurants 47. Explosive 49- Type of terrier 51. Disfigure 54. Innermost cell layers 59. Bar bill 60. Distinct period of history 6x. Mode of transpor- tation 62. Equal (prefix) 64. Operating system Aries *** March 21 - April 19 Do everything in your power to avoid being a prima donna. It really doesn't suit you and won't actually get you anywhere any- way. Others prefer it when you're your usual down to earth self and when you tell it as it is. This weekend: Get some change into your life and into lives of others. Taurus **** April 20 - May 20 There may be a few changes around, but you're in the right frame of mind to tackle these head on. Acting on impulse is one option, but it's more likely you'll be lining up your intellectual weapons to deal with matters in your own inimitable way. This weekend: Friends are sup- portive, relatives not so much. Gemini ***** May 21 - June 20 The analytical side of your nature is on display and works for you far beyond the practical world. Working out how others will behave in any given circumstance can give you a distinct edge, and you may shock one or two people when your predictions turn out to be true. This weekend: Try not to be too impulsive, and just take what life has to offer without complaining too much. Cancer **** June 21 - July 23 Don't be in too much of a hurry to achieve all your objectives at the same time. You can afford to wait. Things will mature in their own time and since you're one of the most patient signs you should be happy to let them do so. This weekend: Don't get hung up on details at work. Leo ***** July 24 - August 22 You shouldn't find yourself twid- dling your thumbs at all because this is one of your most sociable 2 1 9 7 1 3 6 times of the year. But don't let intimate attachments become a casualty of this when all you need to do is put a fraction more effort into your relationship. This weekend: It's a great week- end for get togethers and discus- sions that have a bearing on your future. Virgo **-** August 23 - Septem- ber 22 You'll find there are some charm- ing people around at the mo- ment. You're more communica- tive than is sometimes the case so you're in a great position to ask for the things you want. This weekend: It takes you no time whatsoever to get a handle on what's happening and then bring about a solution. Libra ***** September 23- Octo- ber 22 It ought to be a fairly satisfying week and a time during which money matters are easier to ad- dress than may be agreed with, but at least you'll have the satisfaction of knowing that you tried. This weekend: Some fluctuations in finances have to be addressed in some way. Sagittarius *** November 22 - December 21 Although not everyone will be rooting for you, it probably won't be hard to bring others round to your point of view. There are potential gains from a monetary point of view so keep your eyes open. This weekend: Avoid confusion in relationships by explaining yourself fully as often as you're able to. Capricorn **** December 20 - January 19 Be willing to put yourself out for the sake of the group as a whole while continuing to plow through your own work in other ways. Just don't put yourself out on a limb. You want to be in charge havebeenthe case in re- cent times. Quick successes w are more likely and you're now inclined to speak , your mind and ignore the possible consequences. This weekend: A lot of your ef- forts will be focused on practical matters. Scorpio ** October 23 -Novem- ber 2 If family matters are on your mind, talking things through could help a lot. What you don't need at this instance is to clam up and refuse to speak your mind. Not everything you say will 5 3 4 4 3 1 7 28 of finances now, even though others don't see this as a good idea. This weekend: Things people say boost your ego and makes you generally more confi- dent. , Aquarius *** January 20 - February 18 Sorting matters out where you personal life is concerned could take up a good part of your week. Try not to give into pressure simply for the sake of a peaceful life, and keep pushing towards success in projects close to your heart. This weekend: Once the weekend necessities are out of the way you can turn your attention to the lighter side of life. Pisces ***** February 19 - March 20 When it comes to your ego in general, this week should turn out to be very interesting. Its one of the best weeks of the month for proving how much your own personality can influence that of other people. This weekend: It's important to speak the truth, even if it means upsetting someone else. You'll find ways to be tactful if you put your mind to it. 3 9 2 5 4 Horoscopes are brought to you by Philipsburg's own resident gypsy, Phyllisity Burg. 879 Level: Advanced PHILIPSBURG FRIDAY NIGHT PIZZA- 859-3ooo as homemade baked goods. Get a SUNSHINE STATION - Hungry? Old World Style, New World Taste! fresh made to order deli sandwich Come on down to the Sunshine Open Thursday, Friday, and Satur- anytime. Or call to reserve your seat Station! We offer the best food and day4-gp.m. Fresh, hand-tossedNew at our all you can eat dinner served service at the best price in Philips- York style dough, quality cheeses, family style every Thursday evening. burg. 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Ron and Joyce Scharf welcome you to Broken Arrow Steak House in Deer Lodge, home of Gour- met Burgers, Reubens, daily soups, for lunch and St. Louis Ribs, Steaks, Lobster and Trout for dinner. New gourmet pizzas, made in house! Our full service bar and casino opens at lo a.m. Good food and cool bever- ages at 317 Main. Call 846-3400. Dining Out is a paid advertising sec- tion that runs weekly in the Philips- burg Mail and The Silver State Post. If you would like your restaurant to be listed please contact us at 406- 859-3223for details.