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Thursday, April 23, 2009 g)mbaU, ACROSS 1 Audacious 5 See 6-Down 9 Waste no time 12 Hebrew month 13 Brewery creations 14 Peculiar 15 Breakfast spuds 17 "Family Guy" daughter 18 Tire patterns 19 Adversary 21 Mother 22 Ask (for), as a loan 24 Wan 27 Occupation 28 Shakespeare sobriquet 31 Writer Buscaglia 32 Parisian pal 33 Stickum 34 Dalai- 36 37 38 40 41 m m I 2 12 15 18 -~4 25 31 34 t-1 42 47 51 54 Crosswo-Yd m m -~2 29 30 45 46 50 55 Right on the 9 Web site 30 Speck map? intro 35 Blackbird 56 Knight's 10 The same 37 Embellish- backup (Lat.) ment 11 Provocative 39 U.S. resort 16 Food safety lake org. 40 Chance 2 Bloodhound's 20 Gist 41 Yon folks clue 22 Marge's 42 'q'he Music 3 Weak, as an hubby Man" locale "Of course" DOWN Mile fractions 1 Thai money Go in Greeting Fibula neighbor excuse 23 Sacred 43 Sash 43 Aromatic 4 So-o-o-o Egyptian bird 44 Rani's resin handsome 24 Every crumb wrapper 47 Perp. to vert. 5 Monkey-- 25 Vast expanse 45 Covering 48 Base 6 With 5- 26 Domestic 46 Clothing runner's goal Across, beer? store 51 Lamb's dam "open 27 Davidson of department 52 Exam format sesame" man 'qhe Crying 49 -- pro nobis 53 Unyielding 7 Spelldown Game" 50 More, to 54 Gullet 8 No liability 29 Fish eggs Manuel DIGITAL SOUND STADIUM SEATING On-line ticketing available ar QuarryCinema. com! Blazing Saddles n Thu., 4/23, 7:00 Fri.-Sat., 4/24-25:9:00 17Again PG--1] Fri.: 5:05, 7:05, 9:05 Sat.: 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05, 9:05 Sun.: 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05 Mon.-~u.: 5:05, 7:05 Hannah Montana G Fri.: 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 Sat.: 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 Sun.: 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15 Mon.-qhu.: 5:15, 7:15 The Haunting in ConneCticut PG-1] Fri.: 5:05, 7:05 Sat.: 1:05, 3:05, 5:05, 7:05 Sun.: 1:05, 3:05, 5:05 Mon.-Wed.: 5:(15, 7:05 Fast and Furious PG-13 Fri.: 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 Sat.: 1:00, :3:/)0, 5:00, 7:00, 9:00 Sun.: 1:00, 3:/)0, 5:00, 7:00 Mon.-Thu.: 5:00, 7:00 VIonsters vs. Aliens PG Fri.: 5:10, 7:10, 9:10 Sat.: 1:10, 3:10, 5:10, 7:10, 9:10 Sun.: 1:10, 3:10, 5:10, 7:10 Mon. Thu.: 5:10, 7:10 Movie Hot Line (320) 685-7111 Burglary at the ........... Hayloft Sgt. Kathy,....- ,Pedersn Sunday, April 19, the Hayloft ..... Bar and Restaurant in the city of St. ..... !:,i!~ Minnesota State Patrol " Augusta was burglarized. The sus- ~ ~ar~i,,a. pects made forced entry through a door at the rear of the building. While inside, they pried open sev- eral different machines to steal the money inside, including the pull- tab funds, a dart-board game, a toy box and a bar-top video game. Also taken during the burglary were numerous bills, most were one-dollar or five-dollar bills that were pinned to the ceiling of the bar. These bills have signatures and/or phrases written on them with a black marker. The Stearns County Sheriff's Office is asking if the public may have informa- tion on this burglary, and to call the Sheriff's Office at (320) 251- 4240 with any information. Spe- cifically, they should be watching for anyone passing bills that may have the black-marker writing sig- natures or phrases on them. 55+ Driver 2009 King Features Synd., Inc. Improvement Program offered The Minnesota Highway Safety Center will be offering a 55+ Driver Improvement Course on the fop lowing days: May 16 (4-Hr. Refresher Course), 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Brandl Motors, 14873 ll3th St. - Hwy 10; Little Falls. May 5 (4-Hr. Refresher Course), 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., Holy Cross Lutheran Church, 2555 Clearwater Rd.; St. Cloud. May 4 & 5 (8-Hr. Full Course), 6 p.m. to 10 p.m., Milaca High School/Com. Ed., 500 Hwy 23 W - Room 114; Milaca. May 13 (4-Hr. Refresher Course), Dear Trooper Kathy: I am won- dering why people feel it is nec- essary to yell at others when they really don't know what is going on! Here's what happened. My sister broke her foot and was in a cast. I dropped her off at the front door of the store and then went and parked in the handicapped parking spot. I put the permit on the mirror. When I got out of my vehicle, a lady started yelling at me and telling me that I wasn't handicapped and I should leave that spot open for the old people. It didn't do any good for me to tell her that I had dropped off my sister because she wasn't in any mood to listen to me. Could you please tell people to STOP acting like the HANDICAPPED POLICE? They don't always know what a per- son's handicap is and I am NOT going to explain it to them. Trooper Kathy Says: OK, out there - STOP acting like the hand- icapped police! I think you made a great point and I don't really need to add to it. I will add a few comments though, about handicap parking certificates. 1. The disability-parking certifi- cate MUST be displayed on the rear view mirror. 2. If there is no mirror it must be placed on the dashboard. 3. The MN statute mandates the parking permit is to be displayed by the physically disabled person OR a person parking FOR the benefit of THAT disabled person. A few other rules you might want to know about. A person with a handicapped permit may park: 1. In a designated disability park- ing space 2. In a non-restricted metered parking space without obligation to pay the meter fee AND without regard to time limitation unless otherwise posted 3. In a non-metered time-lim- ited passenger-vehicle space unless otherwise posted. This handicapped permit does NOT allow you to park: 1. In designated no-parking spaces or 2. In parking spaces reserved for specified purposes or vehicles or 3. Where there is a local ordi- nance that prohibits parking on any street or highway for the pur- pose of creating a fire lane or 4. To provide for the accommo- dation of heavy traffic during rush hours Use of this certificate by anyone other than the disabled individual (or for the disabled individual) is a violation and could result in the revocation of the certificate, your parking privilege, and/or a fine of up to $500. The certificate must be surrendered upon the death of an applicant or when a certificate is altered or damaged. If you have any questions regard- ing traffic safety and/or traffic laws, please e-mall her at . Sgt. Pederson will not offer advice on specific situ- ations or real events, which involve law enforcement. 5p.m. to 9 p.m., Apollo High School Meeker Cooperative holds 74th - Room 614, 1000 44th Ave N Door #30; St. Cloud. Annual ti o May 13 & 14 (8Hr. Full Course), ...co..n, 5 p.m. to 9 p.m., Clearview Elemen- Our Energy, Our Future was the important for greater risk man- tary, 7310 Hwy24 SE; Clear Lake. themeofMeekerCooperativeLight agement and competitive electric The Driver Improvement course & Power Assn.'s 74th Annual Meet- rates. Votes were tallied and mere- --- King Ctossword -- is open to the public; however, pre- ing April 6. CEO/General Manager bers in Districts 4, 7, 8 and 9 elected registration is requested. A MN Tim Mergen told members that if all four incumbents to the board of Last week's answers Highway Safety & Research Cen- a regional and/or national cap and directors: DeWayne Albright, Dis- ter certified instructor teaches this trade bill is approved, members trict 4; K. Bruce Krueger, District Solution time: 21 mins. class. Driver safety, confidence and could expect to feel the impact 7; Larry Huhn, District 8; and Karl A"-ff -ff comfort are enhanced by utilizing with higher electric bills. He Lundin, District 9. During a brief T A- S ~ the most up-to-date research in encouraged members to fill out an organizational meeting officers O X E E the field, including the latest visual Our Energy, Our Future postcard, were chosen as follows: DeWayne --~" ~ I scanning and steering techniques, which allows messages to be sent Albright, President; Karl Lundin, ~ ~_ anti-lock braking (ABS) skills, air- to congress asking them to keep VicePresident;JimWirz, District3, R I N E bag information, driver distraction, rural electric cooperative mem- Secretary; and Jeff Anderson, Dis- o N C S road rage and new vehicle tech- bers in mind when voting for cli- trict 5, Treasurer. Approximately U C C T nology. The fee for the four-hour mate change legislation. In other 850 members and guests attended T-A~ ~ refresher course is $18, and the business, Guest-speaker Scott the Annual Meeting event, which II II - ~ eight-hour course is $20. For more Parsley, vice president of mem- included a roast pork dinner. Spe- Y N "C ~ information or to register call toll- ber services at East River Electric cial guest Dave Schwartz, former o o L I ~ free (888) 234-1294. Persons age 55 Power Cooperative, gave a history extension agent and current mas- -ff -ff -E ~lt- and older who complete the course of East River and discussed future ter gardener, conducted a gar- ~ qualify for a ten-percent discount projects, including new wind ini- dening seminar in the Commu- on their auto insurance premiums tiatives. Beginning May 1, 2009, nity Room, giving advice on how for three years, according to Min- Meeker Cooperative will begin to choose and plant garden and nesota law. First time participants purchasing some of its power from landscape vegetation appropriate must complete two four-hour ses- East River. Mergen told members for Meeker County. sions. Repeat persons are required that adding another power sup- to take a four-hour refresher plier created diversity, which is course. I Emergency ' ! I Food She Inc. " s [WELL CO" /t[ [ "" -'- ~- "", F-,~-....n:... St" Anne's Church in Kimball I a ~rn_:...Tu,s.frh u r s_...jI II ~ Iss of "lane and need shulder rePlacer~erlt surgery? ~hUrlleral chond rolysis 11 I Wells Pumps /I AIso open 2rid Monday of the I I month: 5:30-6:30 p.m. /Water Conditioningl [ te . (320)398-Zml I / For after-hours emergencies, I [ call one of the area churches. ]