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Page 10-- WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1,2010 CLOVERDALE REVEILLE CLOVERDALE, CALIFORNIA \ R.F.D. by Mike Marland ACROSS 1 Resistance unit 4 Low range 8 Terrible guy? 12 Pair with an air 13 Met melody 14 Mature 15 Freddy's street 16 Sample of signage 18 Impudent 20 Heavy weight 21 Greek peak 24 London newspaper 28 Montana city 32 Bear lair 33 Yoke -- 34 Frat party garb 36 Feminine principle 37 Garbage barge 39 Wallet 41 Red River capital 43 -- out (supple- mented) 44 Eggs 46 Leaves at the library? 50 Kid's pop 55 "The 7 Faces of Dr. --" 56 Garfield's pal 57 Hindu princess 58 Doctrine h -- 1 2 12 15 -- m 18 II 28 29 33 m 37 b -- 41 II 50 51 59 6 23 43 53 10 11 IIII 26 27 IIII 48. 49 The History Channel On Dec. 11, 1872, dime-novel hero Buffalo Bill Cody makes his first stage appearance in a Chicago-based production of The Scouts of the Prairie. Cody remained on the Chicago stage.for the next 11 years. Buffalo Bill Cody was the hero of more than 1,700 variant issues of dime novels. On Dec. 6, 1884, in Washington, D.C., workers place a 9-inch aluminum pyramid atop an obelisk of white marble, completing the construction of the Washington Monument. A city law passed in 1910 restricted the height of new buildings to ensure that at 555 feet, the monument would remain the tallest structure in Washington, D.C. On Dec. 12, I914, the Dew Jones Industrial Average suffers its worst percentage drop (24.39 percent) since it was first published in 1896. It was the first day of trading since the New York Stock Exchange reopened in November 1914 after being shut down due to the start of World War I earlier that year. On Dec. 9, 1921, an engineer at General Motors discovers that when he adds a compound called tetraethyl lead to gasoline, he eliminates the knocking that internal-combustion engines make when they run. In the ---- 1970s, the Environmental Protection Agency required that carmakers ____ phase out lead-compatible engines. On Dec. 7, 1941, in an early-morning sneak attack, Japanese warplanes bomb the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbor in Hawaii, and the United States enters World War II. Two hundred Japanese aircraft destroyed or damaged 18 U.S. ships and killed 2,400 Americans. On Dec. 10, 1967, soul legend Otis Redding dies in a plane crash near Madison, Wisc. He was 26. "(Sittin' On) The Dock of the Bay" would be released in its "unfinished" form several weeks later. The whistled verse was a placeholder for additional lyrics that Redding had yet to write. On Dec. 8, 1980, John Lennon is shot and killed by Mark David Chapman outside his apartment building in New York City. Later that evening, police took Chapman into custody peaceably after finding him reading a copy of "The Catcher in the Rye" at the site of the shooting. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. 59 Enter neighbor 35 Ignored the 60 Related 17 Automaton, alarm 61 Spell-down for short 38 Fleecy 19 Scale 40 HHS division DOWN member 42 Wall climber 1 Poetic 22 Uppity one 45 Taj Mahal tributes 23 One city 2 Luau majoring in 47 Smooth-talk entertain- farming ing ment 25 BLT 48 Facility 3 Mid-May enhancer 49 A few honorees 26 Satan's 50 Cranberry 4 Watch Juniorspecialty territory 5 "Entourage" 27 Transmit 51 Altar character 28 "Poppy- affirmative 6 Part of RSVPcock!" 52 Roman 52 7 Sodium 29 Bygone 53 Acorn chloride Peruvian creator 8 Kinda funny 30 Crazy sort 54 Blackbird 9 By way of 31 Polio 10 Spring mo. vaccine 11 Homer's discoverer 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. ANSWERS ON NEXT PAGE OF WIqAT yOU #~V~ff#~'/ NO U~- OENYIN(5 ? ,/ouz ~o I / OL~V~.,,YA K~OW ~OWz KNOW, tl's suc.m ~ ~OLJ'RE RIGHT/ .,,WE LOV~ EACH I OON'T I 00.r O'naER TOO t~UCH TO EVEN t~t~E/W~SER BECAUSE OF TA 8EGIN "NIT' FOR S;UCH BE SO FOOLISH/ HOW tT GOT WHAT YOU By David Uffington For every positive financial decision you make, there can be a negative flip side. A news release from the National Fotmdation for Credit Counseling out- lines just how to look at some of those decisions. Using automatic bill paying: Having payments automatically dealt with makes bill paying some- thing you don't have to worry about ... until you do have to worry about it because you neglect to delete those transactions from your check register and you overdraw your account. Using reward cards: You're told you can earn points for air travel or cash back, but that can cause you to use the card more often just to increase your rewards. At the same time, those hard-earned re- wards programs can change at any time, with new rules and levels to reach. Bundling your services: You can often get a cheap- er rate if you combine cable television, fast Internet and your cell phone into one plan. The savings disappear if you opt for a more expensive plan based on what you perceive you're saving. Co-signing loans: On #he positive side, you'll be helping someone establish credit of their own When you agree to co-sign a note. On the negative side -- and it is a big negative -- that credit amount is deducted from your own availability because you are equally responsible for the loan. Giving up the use of credit: The biggest benefit is that you no longer pay interest. That interest can be expensive, especially if the credit is used for items like groceries. You'll be paying for that dinner for a long time. On the other hand, someday you'll need credit, perhaps for a big item like a home or vehicle. Without a good credit history, you're likely to be stuck paying atrocious rates or not be granted credit at all. Closing credit-card accounts: It can be so satisfy- ing to pay off a credit card, and your reaction might be to close the account. Don't. That credit is part of your overall credit profile because that available amount figures into the calculation ofall your credit. When you delete a source of available credit, you change your debt ratio Before you make any financial decisions, consider any possible consequences. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. LAFF - A - DAY I DIFFICULTY THIS WE -K: * * * "I'd RATHER carry them. 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By Matilda Charles There's one thing that seniors haven't gotten better at over the decades, and it can be deadly: We delay too long in getting help if we suspect we or someone we love is having a heart attack. In a study of more than 104,000 heart-attack patients reported in Archives of Internal Medicine, researchers compared the time it look to receive care with the rate of mortality from heart attack. The average time of delay in going to the hospital was 2.6 hours. There are two types of heart attack: STEMI and non- STEMI. The STEMI portion means "ST segment eleva- tion myocardial infarction," which is when a coronary artery becomes blocked by a clot and the heart sustains damage. Minutes count when it comes to getting care. The difficulty, researchers said, is that the patient can't tell if he or she is having one type or the other. Only by getting to the hospital quickly and being hooked up to an electrocardiogram machine can it be determined. Quite often the symptoms of heart attack are initially mild. Rule of thumb if you experience any symptoms -- such as shortness of breath or discomfort in the chest or any other upper-body area ~ is to call for help within five minutes. That's right: five minutes. When you call 911, not only will you get initial care fast when paramedics arrive (faster than having some- one drive you to the hospital), but once you get to the emergency room, if you're brought in by ambulance you'll be seen immediately. For more information, go to www.mayoclinic.com and put "heart attack symptoms" in the search box. (c) 2010 King Features Synd., Inc. Answer 534297681 ;627831945 189654,273 21678i9534 958i463712 743512869 895346127 462175!398 371928456 Proud Supporter of the Cloverdale Unified School District Inkjet Cartridges * Computer Repair Networking Equipment & Supplies Men. - Fri. 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Sat. 10 a.m to 5 p.m 1117C S. 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