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Page 10- WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 22, 2010 ~ CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA i ACROSS 7" 2"~ 3~ S 16 7~ 8--- ~-- ~ The History Channel 1 Friend -- -- ~-- -__L- 1"~- -- -- -- • On Sept. 27, 1540, in Rome, the Society of Jesus receives its charter from 4 Vacationing 11 / Pope Paul III. The Jesuit order played an important role in the Counter- 7 Fried-eggs ~-- "--- ---1-- 1-7 __ __ __ Reformation and eventually succeeded in converting millions around side order [ . the world to Catholicism. 11 Newscaster E --- --- 20-71--" --- I BIB mm • On Oct. 2, 1780, 31-year-old British Major John Andre is hanged as a spy Sevareid / • •mm by U.S. military forces. When Andre, an accomplice of Benedict Arnold, 13 Winter ail- B1 l ~ -- 25 26 _~"7= was captured on Sept. 23, incriminating papers were found in his boot. ment lm i l ~ .... The papers revealed that U.S. General Benedict Amold, commander of 14 54-Down, to 28 29 30 31 I West Point, had offered to surrender the strategic Hudson River fort to the British for a bribe of 20,000 pounds. / ~ "~ a biologist 3~- -- -- ~ ~ -- -- -- ° on Oct. 1, 1908, the first production Model T Ford is completed in Detroit. I~ I~!!~ 15 Bullets, etc .... _____[___ .... It had a 22 horsepower, four_cylinder engine, could go as fast as 40 mphi 16 Pitch 37 39 I and could run on gasoline or hemp-based fuel. 17 Abound ~--- -- ~ --- • • • • On Sept. 28, 1941, the Boston Red Sox's Ted Williams plays a double- 18 Church / l l • header against the Philadelphia Athletics on the last day of the regular council • • • ~ -- 17 18 10 season and gets six hits in eight trips to the plate, boosting his batting 20 Phil I I I ~ .... average to .406. Mickelson's 50 51 52 ]54 ~5 ° On Sept. 30, 1954, the USS Nautilus, the world's first nuclear submarine, is game -- -----T-- ~ -- -- -- commissioned by the U.S. Navy. It first ran under nuclear power on the 22 High tennis ---- ~ morning of Jan. 17, 1955. The Nautilus could remain submerged fori shot ~9- --" ~--" • ~ ~ -- almost unlimited periods because its atomic engine needed no air and 24 Cheered (for) -- -- ~ I __ __ __ only a very small quantity of nuclear fuel. • on Sept. 29, 1988, St~icy Allison of Portland, Ore., becomes the first 28 Remote, 55 Tittle 8 "Hail! in old 31 Historic timeAmerican woman to reach the summit of Mount Everest, which at 29,035 unfamiliar 56 Pig's sound Rome 35 Weep territory 57 Schlep 9 Take to court 38 Calendar feet above sea level is the highest point on earth. About two dozen 32 Fret 58 Nip and -- 10 ' Let me abbr climbers died in attempts to reach the top of Everest in the 20th century. 33 Taj Mahal 59 Duel tool think ..... " 40 Greet the • On Oct. 3, 1995, at the end of a sensational trial, former football star O.J. Simpson is acquitted of the brutal 1994 double murder of his estranged city 60 "Family Guy" 12 1967 Paul villain wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman. A major- 34 Joan of -- daughter Newman 42 Song of ity of African Americans believed Simpson to be innocent of the crime, 36 Color quality 61 Popular ' movie praise while white America was confident of his guilt. 37 Sportscaster article 19 Buck s mate 45 Authentic (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. Musburger 21 Depressed 47 Lummox 39 Judge DOWN , 23 Bikini half 48 Engrave ~ 41 Spoof 1 Carrots 25 Jog 49 Gather ........ 43 Thither mates 26 Sea eagle leaves ~"~ ...... ' 44 For fear that 2 Soldiers 27 Color worker 50 Pirouette ~ ~~ 46 Lecherous 3 Depict 28 Apprehends pivot looker 4 Frequently 29 Fairy tale 51 With it 50 Quaker 5 Banner baddie 52 Inseparable pronoun 6 Uproar 30 Small 54 Early bird F 53 Exist 7 Running fast songbird ~'~%,~,~"~"~"~Y~- ..... ~.~~",.~.~°~ ~"~ ......... LAFF - A - DAY [ "Well, I want to know where he was that night, myself!" By Matilda Charles In previous years certain groups were advised to get a flu shot: those who are age 50 and above, have a chronic condition, are a caretaker for someone who's ill and so on. Now the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is advising that everyone age 6 months and older get a shot. Not only that, but the vaccine against the big- name flu from last year, HIN1 (also called "swine flu"), is now included in the regular flu shots. Does your doctor think you should have a flu shot this year? Now is the time to ask. Chances are the doctor's office will even have you come in for your shot. Be sure to ask about the increased strength "Fluzone High-Dose" vaccine for seniors above age 65 year and whether you should have that one in- stead of a regular shot. There are also a number of other places to get a flu shot. • CVS Pharmacy is offering flu shots through its Minute Clinics, or you can make an appointment for the pharmacist to give you a shot. [www.cvs.com/flu] • Walgreens is offering flu shots through its Take Care Clinics. Put in your ZIP code to find a loca- tion near you. [www.walgreens.com] s Take a look online at Find a Flu Shot [www.findaflushot.com] for clinics usually found in grocery stores. • Also check Walmart and your local senior center and walk-in clinics. Be sure to call in advance, because not all loca- tions will have vaccine at all times. Whether or not you get a flu shot, this is the time to stock up on hand sanitizer and sanitizer wipes. Take a small package of sanitizer wipes with you to the grocery store to wipe down the handle of your cart. Here's to a healthy winter[ (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. By David Uffington If you've revamped your resume for job huntingl chances are you've tinkered with it so much that you can no longer see it clearly. Here are some thoughts and ideas to consider before you send it out. In many cases, you'll have only about eight seconds to grab someone's attention. There are two formats to consider in writing resume: chronological versus functional. In one, you describe your past jobs starting with the most recent and then work backward. In the other, you organize your skills. Which one you use is up to you and can depend on the type of position you're seeking. In some cases a combination will work best. Depending on the jobs you're applying for, you might need multiple resumes. In some, you might want to leave off that you have a Ph.D. and speak multiple languages. In others those qualifications could be important. Many resume services advise starting with a state- ment of your objective: What kind of job are you looking for? If there are certain keywords for your industry, use those. It might be a machine that scans your resume. If you're just beginning to do your resume and you're at a loss about where to start, look at samples online. Even if you're able to hire someone to do the work, havIng an idea in advance about the finished product might well reduce your cost of having the resume prepared. If you've been out of work and don't know how to account for that period of time, don't fudge the truth. Ideally you'll have some volunteer experiences to list. If you're currently working and feel that your job is secure, great! But take the time to write down the things you've accomplished in your current job, as well as the ones you've had before. If the worst should happen and you're handed a pink slip, hav- ing that information already written down will be a big help when you'll likely be worrying about multi- ple issues. For in-depth information on writing your resume, go to www.resume-help.org. Also see www.jobsearch.about.com. Above all, edit, check and reread, even if a profes- sional does the work for you. Don't let a resume go out with a single misspelled word or wrong date. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. - I'q:~l _- ~ =" i" _ -" ; - -- Answer 489651372 5368274;91 2714938156 197582634 652374~189 348916:725 964238517 815749263 723165948 Cloverdale's own retirement for seniors at 61 1 Creek Rd home Films, Walton, Administrator#496800262 BOB ANDERSEN (707) 894-2755 NDE R_o °atin Contrac*" Septic Systems • Dump Trucks ° Water Trucks Backhoe ° Loader • Dozer ° Grader PO Box 221, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 Gen. Eng. 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