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.J Page 10 -- WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 26,201 1 4, CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA . J REVEILLE CROSSWORD PUZZLE: The Spats fT~I~Y 5AY Y~- 6AN'T TAKE IT) by Jeff Pickering /'...~: CAN'T ~V~ o :F~ ACROSS 1 Bound 4 E-I connection 7 Snaky shape 8 The Little Mermaid 10 Hot box? 11 Approach the curb 13 Noted Texas musician/ novelist/ politician 16 South Bend's st. 17 Moves like a moth 18 Story of a lifetime? 19 Two-way 20 Deserve 21 Like Shirley Temple's hair 23 Coffin stands 25 Broadway award 26 Make fun of 27 Pretend 28 Expiate 30 Dandy 33 "Yakety Sax" musician 36 Poets' name for England 37 T'~ pattern 38 Cc :ran 1 2 3 4 5 6 8 11 14 19 17 22 23 24 28 34 38 40 features 6 39 Leave a 7 lasting impression? 40 Agent, for short 8 41 Request 9 DOWN 10 1 Pooch 12 2 Barnyard 14 sound 3 Frolicsome 15 4 Some produce 19 5 Saint 20 honored on 21 Sept. 1 26 --7 29 20 201 l King Features 3 7~ .................~ 39-~---~ m 41 I Maintained 22 Incalculable He slew 23 Former 25% of the European world's capital city population 24 Summertime Time for quencher foolishness? 25 Bill Of the loins 26 Reacts to a Schuss pun Two-somes 28 In reserve TV chef 29 Scout unit Bobby 30 Particle "Smoking or 31 Colorful fish --?" 32 Third Parch degree? "A mouse!" 34 Mountain Winter transport warmer 35 Scraps Synd., Inc. ANSWERS ON NEXT PAGE from experience " -- George Bernard Shaw Moments in time.- The History Channel On Feb. 6, 1820, the first organized immigration of freed slaves from the United States departs New York harbor on a journey to West Africa. The immigration was largely the work of the American Colonization Soci- ety. However, the expedition also was partially funded by the U.S. Congress, which appropriated $100,000 to be used in returning displaced Africans. On Feb. 5, 1878, Andre Citroen, later referred to as the Henry Ford of France for developing his country's first mass-produced automobiles, is born in Paris. Citroen allowed potential customers to take his vehicles for a test drive -- then a new concept -- and also let people buy on credit. On Feb. 4, 1938, Walt Disney releases "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs," his first full-length animated color feature. Naysayers warned Disney that audiences wouldn't sit through a feature-length cartoon fantasy about dwarfs. In June 2008, the American Film Institute chose it as the No. 1 animated film of all time. ' On Feb. 3, 1959, rising American rock stars Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens and J.P. "The Big Bopper" Richardson are killed when their small plane crashes in an Iowa cornfield. Singer Don McLean memorialized the musicians in the 1972 hit "American Pie," which refers to "the day the music died." On Feb. 1, 1974, Ted Bundy kills his second victim, marking Bundy as a serial killer. That summer Bundy attacked at least seven young women in Washington. He was caught in 1977 in Florida and eventually con- fessed to 36 murders. He was executed in 1989. On Feb. 2, 1980, details of ABSCAM, an FBI operation to uncover political corruption in the government, are released to the public. Thirty-one public officials were targeted for investigation. In the operation, FBI agents posed as representatives of Abdul Enterprises, Ltd., a fictional business owned by an Arab sheik. On Jan. 31, 1990, the Soviet Union's first McDonald's fast-food restaurant opens in Moscow. Throngs of people line up to pay the equivalent of several days' wages for Big Macs, shakes and french fries. DOLLARS&SENSE Ju.~ bike Cat~ & Doq~ b9 Dave~Phipps By David Uffingten Now that we're halfway through winter, how are the drafts in your house? For all the winterizing we do in the fall, it sometimes can take a good blast of frigid air to see where the leaks really are. Use a stick of lighted incense to check for leaks around windows and doors, i Although you can't caulk outside while the tem- peratures are so low, windows can be caulked on the inside. Then install clear plastic insulating film. If your sill is deep enough, two layers 2 inches apart will give even better coverage against drafts. Invest in thick thermal drapes. Open them on the sunny side of the house during the day and 4lose them once the sun goes down. They'll help keep out heat in the summer, too. Uncarpeted floors can be chilly, especially! if you have small children who run around in bare feet or who play on the floor. If you have wood, laminate or ceramic floors, consider getting a few inexpensive 5- by-8-foot carpets from a big-box store. A dark!carpet that collects heat from the sun all day will add warmth to the house and also provide insulation. They can be rolled up and put under a bed ~urmg warm weather. If you have an attic with insulation, measure how much is there. Get a free energy audit or take a sample to thehardware store and get advice on how much of what kind to put down. (If you get the roll type, remember to ask about whether the foil side goes up or down, depending on what you already have in place.) If you need the blown-in kind of insulation, you're better off not doing it yourself. Get references from whomever you decide to hire to do the job. Is cold air coming through your bedroom walls? It's possible, especially on the north side of your house that never gets the sun. One way to block the cold is to hang a tapestry on the wall behind the head of your bed. Check unused electrical plugs on exterior walls: Do you feel a cold draft on windy days? Invest in those plastic plug covers. A final note: Change your air filter, even if you did that in the fall. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. SERVICES ADVAN( "ED EARTHWORKS SERVICES ~R3E~]D3E~C1~I_ a;X~D3~nMERC]75~ Weekly SUDOKU Seed swapping ~ {~ "~''A~--" ! The c01d winter months can be a . http:llwww,garden.orglseedswapl great time to "seed swap" with . http:llwww.seedswaps.coml other gardeners. Consider the http:llwww.heirloomseedswap.coml space available for planting, the ' httv//www'thriftyfun'crn/ board seeds.htrnl time seeds need to germinate, your . http:llg~dening,about.coml'odl soil type and your climate as you gardenprimer/a/SeedSwap.htrn trade. These online sites can help http:llforums2.gardenweb.coml you get started: forums/exseed/#exin @2011 by King Features Syndicate. Inc. World rmhts rese'ved. SENIOR NEWSLINE By Matilda Charles Many of us fear being forced to move to a nursing home or elsewhere when our health starts to deterio- rate. With the help of the Program for All Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE), many of us will be able to stay home and get the assistance we need. In fact, PACE has only one goal: to allow seniors to get care and still live at home. With many seniors having several health issues, dealing with multiple physicians and hospitals can be a burdensome task -- never mind sorting out a pill schedule. PACE coordinates all health needs, including with family and other caregivers, and even has its own doctors. PACE programs are paid for by the state and feder- al government and work in conjunction with local programs that provide ... well, nearly everything. There's no co-pay or deductible. Participants get care above and beyond what's covered by Medicare. (Even with all the care and services, it costs Medi- care much less to pay for a person to be in PACE than to receive separate services or go into a nursing home.) Those who are age 55 and over, need nursing- home care and have Medicaid or Medicare are eligi- ble. Here is a short list of the services PACE provides: Breakfast and lunch in the health center, physical therapy, dentures and dentistry, glasses and hear- ing aids, daily daycare, primary physician and nursing care, X-rays, respite for caregivers, personal care, transportation, rehab, social services and more. PACE has 166 sites in 31 states, with more coming all the time. For more information, go to www.medicare.gov and put PACE in the search box, and see the PACE National Association at www.pace4you.org. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. ~U~H~OWN,/ _ W~NA WATER ~g ...CRl$1~, WINTRY e N A I*tc ~ r/* & . AIR ~ILUN~ YOUR ~TIO~4~, THAT OH ~E LUNGS Z O~/VE/ WAY HOt~E*" [ DIRECTORY TO BOB ANDERSEN (707) 894-2755 ~,:c.~b ~NDER~" #Patin~ co~t a~'*' Septic Systems Dump Trucks Water Trucks BaCkhoe Loader ~ Dozer Grader PO Box 221, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 Gen, Eng. License 340786, PUC-CAL-T 154-265 Rock Deliveries Tight Access Excavations Paving Read Construction Underground Utilities - House Pads Demolition & Cleanup Land Clearing Septic Systems Pond Construction & Repair Erosion Control ~, Mention this ad for 10% OFF :~ ~! = :, Adam Vlasak ....... , .... 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