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Page 10--WEDNESDAY, OCT. 26,2011 • CLOVERDALE REVEILLE • CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA REVEILLE CROSSWORD PUZZLE: ........... , " ?,&lt;, i r 7i}= ," "   Y " ,I I  , \\; • -< ¢ , i i  • !t h ,,.J" i i": .WT:  : ,/ < ,/!/ !, 4 S It, : \\; : i ! :i .... .................. .......................... :.::.< .-.,, ...... =:.:.:,, R.ED. by Mike Marland ACROSS 1 Trudge 5 Serenade the moon 8 No-no for a vegan 12 Wash 13 One's years 14 Wheel bar 15 Satanic 16 "Location" for one in disfavor 18 Meanie 20 Wine glass 21 Three-- sloth 23 Mr. Sajak 24 Bent over, as a page corner 28 Cook in the oven 31 "CSI" evidence 32 Reservation home 34 "To be or - ...,, 35 Examination 37 Doctrinaire 39 Trail behind 41 Donkey's pin-on 42 Expressed a feeling 45 Perfect place 49 Comical poetry 51 Quest 52 Reverberate 1 1 1 1 2 3 12 15 18 24 25 26 -- i __ 31 35 39 42 43 -- -- i 49 52 -- i __ 55 -- -- i 53 Every last bit 54 Saxophone range 55 Drunkards 56 "See ya" 57 Feed the hogs DOWN 1 Commoner 2 Volcanic outflow 3 Roman love poet 4 Strike from the text 5 Harassed 6 Past 7 Safecracker 8 Tropical tree 6 16 1 22 37 41 44 50 53 9 Showing great joy 10 Otherwise 11 Yard components 17 Leap 19 Capricorn 22 Train station 24 Banned pesticide 25 Individual 26 Old lamp illuminant 27 French president throughout the '60s 29 Japanese pond carp 30 And so forth g) 201 l King Features Synd., Inc. 1 1 1 9 10 11 -II 29 30 34 III 46 47 48 (Abbr.) 33 Send forth 36 Ballroom dances 38 Hawaiian welcomes 40 "Golly!" 42 Praiseful verses 43 Somewhat, in music 44 Colorless 46 Yank 47 Division word 48 On 50 TV Tarzan portrayer ANSWERS ON NEXT PAGE .................... for the day: ................... .... Tho • "You must learn from the mistakes of others. You can't possibly live long enough to make them all yourself." Sam Levenson ) Moments in time:. The History Channel • On Oct. 29, 1618, Sir Walter Raleigh, English adventurer and favorite courtier of Queen Elizabeth I, is beheaded in London, under a sentence brought against him 15 years earlier. He had been released to establish a gold mine in South America. • On Oct. 27, 1873, an Illinois farmer named Joseph Glidden submits an application to the U.S. Patent Office for his design for a fencing wire with sharp barbs. Glidden's two-strand barb wire design changed the face of the American West. • On Oct. 28, 1886, President Grover Cleveland dedicates The Statue of Liberty, a gift of friendship from the people of France to the people of the United States, in New York Harbor. Originally known as "Liberty En- lightening the World," the statue was to commemorate the Franco- American alliance during the American Revolution. • On Oct. 24, 1901, a 63-year-old schoolteacher named Annie Edson Taylor becomes the first person to take the plunge over Niagara Falls in a barrel. Taylor reached the shore alive, if a bit battered, 20 minutes after her journey began. * On Oct. 30, 1938, Orson Welles causes a nationwide panic with his broad- cast of "War of the Worlds" -- a realistic radio dramatization of a Martian invasion of Earth. The radio hoax included an announcement of a large meteor crash in New Jersey and the annihilation of 7,000 National Guardsmen. • On Oct. 25, 1944, during the Battle of the Leyte Gulf, the Japanese deploy kamikaze suicide bombers against U.S. warships for the first time. More than 1,321 Japanese pilots crash-dived their planes into Allied warships during World War II. • On Oct. 26, 1986, Red Sox first baseman Bill Buckner lets an easy ground ball dribble between his legs and roll down the right-field line during the 10th inning of the sixth game of the World Series. The game was tied and, thanks to BucknerOs error, the runner on third had time to score, winning the game for the Mets and forcing a tiebreaking seventh game -- which, in the final innings, the Mets also won. ...... • ?)-. (';, j, ", ) ,; " .,cL_5: .- i ; c r.e; ',4 SWeAr- .... DOLLARS&SENSE By David Uffington Hurt by the loss of funds from new laws reining in fees, banks have looked for loopholes. Now they're rushing to cash in on different ways to extract dol- lars from the wallets of consumers. The variety of new restrictions can make it diffi- cult to determine what fees you'll likely incur. Some bm3k s are applying pressure to consumers who don't like to do banking online by attaching fees to receiving a monthly statement by mail. At the same time, with other banks there will be a fee to access your account online. The only way to avoid it is to sign up for direct deposit of your regular pay- check -- whi.'ch doesn't help those who are self- employed and receive checks from multiple sources -- and keep a high average daily balance. At one bank, if you deal with a teller even once, there's a fee for the month. Long gone are the rewards for using your debit card for purchases, and a monthly fee has taken its place. At one bank, you can still receive points only if you have automatic deposits directly to savings. Another bank will start charging a monthly fee of $5 if a debit card is used. Still another bank will let you use your debit card for free if you keep $20,000 in your account. At another bank, checking accounts that used to be free will now be charged a fee, even for a basic stripped-down account. To have the fee waived, you're required to make deposits of more than $500 a month and keep a high average daily balance. At one bank that minimum deposit is $6,000. With some banks, the minimum monthly balance can be the combined total of checking and savings. At an- other bank, you'll pay a $20 monthly fee if you don't keep a balance of $15,000. Still another bank will waive checking-account fees if you make five transactions per month. Those can be withdrawals, deposits, checks or ATM with- drawals. At another bank, your fees will be waived if you sign up for automatic bill pay. At still another, the fees will be waived through a combination of monthly balance and online bill pay. Complicated, isn't it? When the notices come in the mail, read them carefully. Know what fees you'll possibly incur. To get the best deal on your bank accounts, shop the credit unions. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. i mIsTER REGER By Dave Breger I ADVAN( ;ED EARTHWORKS Weekl, r SUDOKU )IFFICULTY THIS WEEK: * "My son's baby shoes and my husband's G.I. shoes, in bronze ..." LAFF - A - DAY DIRECTORY TO Pi o ii:: "It's mighty funny--the only thing you two agree BOB ANDERSEN (707) 894-2755 Septic Systems • Dump Trucks • Water Trucks Backhoe • Loader ° Dozer ° Grader PC Box 221, CLOVERDALE, CA 95425 Gen. Eng. License 340786, PUC-CAL-T 154-265 27705 Dutcher Creek Rd. 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Jack put the coal into a .i-,'':>.-' carved-out turnip, carrying it as he roams the earth Lic#958670 , , • " 4" .. as 'Jack o the lantern" Immigrants to America :A ;> i:: Full Landscape Maintenance Liei# 67i010 ........ 7:": ' lb.  :i   New Landscape Construction -k.found the native pumpkin to be a perfect fruit '%. ' ":ii " il Commercial• Residential 894-4564 II[I,'-',;', :; ,. :. ;., , in which to carve their own frightening. . . l'!i I • i,: tl J lanterns, plac,ngthem on windowsills to MasonrYstone PatiosDeCks• StoneWaterfallSwalls i i!:! ].qi : chase"Jack" and any other spirits away www.rickjonesdrywall.com !i,,,.. from their homes. BlPumpkin cawing  ........ his, ..... @ 2011 by King Features Syndicate, Inc World rights reserved. SENIOR NEWS LINE By Matilda Charles Mark your calendar: Nov. 15, a Tuesday, is National Memory Screening Day, put on by the Alzheimer's Foundation of America. A news release issued by Alzheimer's Disease Inter- national says that there could be 28 million people in the world with dementia -- but no diagnosis yet. The screening events provide free memory screenings us- ing tasks and questions that can detect problems early. Tests will check memory, thinking and language skills. While the tests don't give a true diagnosis, they can provide indications that a medical exam is needed. Meanwhile, there is a possible Alzheimer's vaccine on the horizon. In the disease, the amyloid protein stays in the brain and turns into plaque, which causes prob- lems with the nerves that transport information through the brain. Researchers are looking at a way to stop the body from producing too much of the amyloid by targeting the receptors that move it into the brain. At this point only small animals have been used in the research, but the results are promising enough that the next step is to move into large-animal research. To learn more about next month's free memory screenings, go online to www.nationalmemoryscreening.org, or call 866-AFA- 8484. Online you just need to click on your state and a list of locations will appear. You'll need to sign up in advance to ensure a spot. If you've been experiencing memory problems or if it runs in the family, be sure to tell your doctor. Or if you just want a baseline test for future reference, the screening can help with that, too. Remember, a memo- ry problem might not be Alzheimer's. It could easily be something as simple as a vitamin deficiency. (c) 2011 King Features Synd., Inc. Cloverdale merchants and i service providers offer a wide variety of goods and services to enhance the quality of ife in our community! i i J1J Like Ca & DOg'9 bt Pay, ,Pliep r • I GIVE MY WIFE CREDIT. SHE WAS REALLY MAKING AN EFFORT IN WATCHING THE FOOTBALL GAME. BUT HOW DO YOU RESPONDTO "YEAH HONEY, THE PURPLE GUYS MADE IT TO THE 55 YARD LINE?' 9 by Linda Thistle 3 8 5 2 4 3 4 2 9 4 7 5 7 8 6 1 6 3 1 5 3 6 3 7 4 8 2 9 1 Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. * Moderate ** Challenging * * * HOO BOY! © 20' 1 King Features Synd., Inc. t 1