Omarr’s Weekly As­tro­log­i­cal Fore­cast

The Southern Gazette - - Puzzles - ON THE PLUS SIDE By Ti­mothy E. Parker ACROSS DOWN

ARIES (March 21-April 19): In the week ahead over­come a ten­dency to be an over achiever. You may fo­cus on be­ing com­pet­i­tive rather than co­op­er­a­tive. Loved ones will ac­cept an apol­ogy if briefly up­set by your risk tak­ing and un­pre­dictable ac­tions.

TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Wish­ful think­ing is fine when you throw a coin into a wish­ing well, but not any­where else. In the up­com­ing week don’t let your gullible side get the best of you. A new idea or per­son could be less than ad­ver­tised.

GEMINI (May 21-June 20): See the truth that sets you free. This week some­one close may prom­ise more than they can pro­vide just to make you happy. Un­der­stand the facts and ac­tual goals so that you won’t be lulled into a false sense of se­cu­rity.

CAN­CER (June 21-July 22): There may be more than one wor­thy cause that re­quires your sup­port and gen­eros­ity. It is ad­mirable to work hard to achieve recog­ni­tion within a group. Avoid over­spend­ing or new in­vest­ments this week.

LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Op­por­tu­ni­ties may sprout up but not all of them are wor­thy of your at­ten­tion. Fo­cus on long term re­sults. Avoid form­ing a busi­ness part­ner­ship or mak­ing new in­vest­ments in the early part of the week ahead.

VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): String pearls of wis­dom to­gether to over­come prob­lems. Your mind is rac­ing like a finely crafted ma­chine, but you must be care­ful not to of­fend any­one with your sharp wit. You could speed past the facts this week.

LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Sep­a­rate the facts from your fan­cies. In the week to come you could eas­ily be pro­voked into ac­tion due to a tem­po­rary en­thu­si­asm. You pos­sess plenty of en­ergy but need to be sure that you ap­ply it in con­struc­tive ways.

SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): You get what you give. If you of­fer com­pli­ments oth­ers will re­spond in kind so that you re­ceive en­cour­age­ment, too. Be sure that you are sin­cere and able to honor any prom­ises that you make in the week ahead.

SAGITTARIU­S (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Friends and fam­ily mem­bers can in­spire you in the week to come. Take pride in your abil­ity to re­main tena­cious about the job, the project, or a ro­man­tic re­la­tion­ship. Loy­alty is the key in­gre­di­ent for suc­cess.

CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You may be anx­ious to at­tain your am­bi­tions in the week ahead. By fo­cus­ing on ac­cu­racy, you can gain the re­spect of those in charge. Watch out for your pen­nies, how­ever, as your good taste is at a low point.

AQUAR­IUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You might be ac­cus­tomed to hav­ing cen­ter stage but should lay low as this week un­folds. You might be on the out­side look­ing in with fi­nan­cial mat­ters. A new ro­mance might not be as de­light­ful as it seems.

PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): You’ll get by with a lit­tle help from your friends. The knack for both mak­ing and nur­tur­ing friend­ships could be your best as­set in the week ahead. When fi­nan­cial skills are called for, you’ll be a friend in­deed. 1 Grabs (with “onto”)

6 Cur rel­a­tive

10 Climbers’ rocky ob­sta­cles 15 Ac­tiv­ity in an on­line room

19 Neck-ring­ing event? 20 “Young Franken­stein” role

21 Do a de­bate ac­tiv­ity 22 Put an edge on 23 Homer’s epic (with “The”) 24 No ___ traf­fic

25 Be smitten with

26 Like all of your rel­a­tives 27 Break­fast cou­ple

30 Sport for the big

31 Any com­puter op­er­a­tor 32 Math­e­mat­i­cal sub­group­ing

33 One whose job is mur­der 35 “___ all work out”

38 Say over

41 “Adam ___” (Eliot novel) 42 Com­mon cleaner cou­ple 44 Swell chap

45 Humpty Dumpty,

48 Hawai­ian porch

49 Card player’s bul­let 50 Vase on a base

51 Diet ad cap­tion

53 “About when” inits.

54 It may be capped or chipped

57 Place for mass peo­ple? 59 Rab­bit-sized ro­dent of South Amer­ica

60 Type of bal­lis­tic mis­sile (Abbr.)

61 ‘70s boo­gie-down spots 63 Im­prove text

64 Cou­ple of edit­ing tasks 71 Highly spiced stew

fa­mously 72 Semi-mod­ern player

73 Lie form

74 Take on, as mort­gage pay­ments

76 Break of day

77 WMD since ‘52 79 “Madam Sec­re­tary” net­work

82 Like an ac­tive chim­ney sweep

83 Chew the fat

84 Melted caramel, e.g. 85 Daz­zling dis­play

87 Like two Beethoven sym­phonies

88 Muf­fin va­ri­ety

90 Cou­ple of places

94 Celt on the Isle of Man 95 How some travel be­tween con­ti­nents

96 About three

97 Your to-do list

100 A Vegas nat­u­ral

102 Place for the first cou­ple 104 Heal for good

105 Ro­man­tic cou­ple’s plans 112 Three gift bear­ers seek­ing Je­sus

113 Words with bend or lend 114 Hand out cards

115 Home for a fal­con

116 Third-gen­er­a­tion Ge­n­e­sis man

117 Chatter on fool­ishly 118 The Old Sod

119 Hag rel­a­tive

120 Too-heavy drinkers 121 Tipped, as a dealer 122 “Mush!” vehicle

123 Daly and an English river 1 2 3 4

record Ten­nis player’s con­cern Kinks hit

Vik­ing god of war “My fault!” rel­a­tive 5 Con­ces­sion stand drinks 6 Like cor­ner joints in car­pen­try

7 Ex­pres­sions

8 One of three in a 1970 war film ti­tle

9 Cut short

10 More in need of re­fin­ing 11 Try another color on 12 Scratch a liftoff

13 Ex­pert

14 King of hor­ror

15 Morally pure 16 Tom­my­rot or non­sense 17 Psy­chol­ogy’s soul 18 Mor­tise’s mate 28 Dis­tance let­ters

29 Be overly fond of (with “on”)

34 Dog col­lar at­tach­ment 35 Dot in the At­lantic

36 Fit ___ (be just right) 37 Su­per­boy’s Lang

39 Hit a fly

40 Dash­board dial, briefly 41 Act­ing Kings­ley 43 Goal­post-shaped let­ter 44 ___-Ro­man wrestling 45 Tech­nique-prac­tic­ing piece

46 Comic’s ques­tion

47 Dixie dish

50 Coun­try in a Bea­tles song ti­tle

52 Warm Alpine wind 55 More than chubby 56 U-turn from in­clude 57 Ac­ces­sory

58 Email at­tach­ment, some­times

59 In­dian state

60 “We Can Work ___” 62 Cap­i­tal near the 60th par­al­lel

64 “___ say!” (parental order)


re­pug­nance 65 Charles who wrote the Max­imus po­ems

66 Words af­ter “My coun­try” 67 Car al­low­ing leg-stretch­ing

68 A cer­tain Middle Easterner

69 Word in some U.S. state names

70 High­est coun­try on Earth 75 “I blew that”

77 One mak­ing strokes?

78 Showy stoles 79 Time-sig­na­ture go-with 80 Shower-ready

81 An­grily ag­o­nize 83 Coun­try girl? 84 Hand-thrown bombs 86 Type of Bri­tish court 89 Be flex­i­ble again 90 Em­u­lated a he­li­copter 91 “... lived hap­pily ___ af­ter” 92 Ribbed or teased 93 Baby’s parental word 94 Banded meta­mor­phic

ground rock

97 Apexes

98 Bat’s fer­til­izer source 99 Prob­lem for a grain farmer

100 Stealthy fel­low

101 Rel­a­tive on mother’s side 103 Make so, legally

106 Geisha’s or­na­men­tal ac­ces­sory

107 As­tro­naut Arm­strong 108 Truth coun­ter­part 109 Laun­dry item

110 Great cloud to be on 111 Leads a horse right

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