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VOL. 27, NO. 5 MAY 2011

FREE

Published Monthly by Bingo Bonanza News P.O. BOX 121526 • Arlington, Texas 76012

WIN $100.00

IN BINGO BONANZA’S BINGO MANIA CONTEST see inside front page for details

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(817) 274-2020


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ARLINGTON

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NO COMPUTERS PAPER ONLY

(Located On The Southwest Corner Of 360 & Park Row)

TUESDAY & THURSDAY 7:00 PM (DOORS OPEN @ 5:00 PM) SUNDAYS 1:30 PM (DOORS OPEN @ 11:30 AM)

SET OF CARDS FOR 1ST HALF FOR

ON DAY OF BIRTHDAY, DAY AFTER OR DAY BEFORE

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S. COOPER

(817) 465-8538

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BACK TO THE PAST HAPPY MOTHER’S DAY

3100 Pleasant Valley Dr. Arlington, Texas

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7 DAYS DOUBLE SESSIONS SUNDAY –

1:00 P.M. & 2:45 P.M.

MON • TUE • WED • THUR • FRI • SAT

12:00 NOON & 1:45 P.M. THE BINGO MALL

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EVERY FRIDAY IN MAY

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BASKET GIVEAWAYS!! SUNDAY, MAY 29TH

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DAY SESSIONS 12:00 NOON & 1:30 PM Join us for Daytime Bingo Monday thru Thursday Children Welcome

3

$500

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2329 BLUE SMOKE CT., N.

712 W. DAGGET AVE • FORT WORTH

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MAY SPECIALS MONDAY • TUESDAY • WEDNESDAY Come to play BINGO 1ST SESSION & get a chance to win a COMPUTER for 2ND SESSION. No tickets will be given out after 12:30 PM

MAY 5TH THURSDAY

6-$700 GAMES $25

COMPUTERS

MAY 8TH MOTHER’S DAY

6-$700 GAMES $25

FORT WORTH, TX

OPEN TUESDAY THRU SUNDAY SESSIONS: 9:45 & 11:00 PM • DOORS OPEN AT 8:00 PM

MAY SPECIALS OPEN TUESDAY

THRU

SUNDAY

4-$750 GAMES 2-$500 GAMES Join Us For Family Nights SATURDAY, MAY 7TH

MOTHER’S DAY WEEKEND SUNDAY, MAY 29TH

MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND KIDS 8 & UP ALLOWED TO PLAY! PARENTS MUST MAKE ALL PURCHASES.

WEDNESDAYS

COMPUTERS

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MAY 30TH MEMORIAL DAY

66 CARD FULL PAY

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FUN GAMES BIG MONEY TABS REAL OL’ FASHIONED BINGO FUN Open Wed thru Sun

Bring cans of food for penny sets. See Hall Manager for detail.

PIC 8 ON FRIDAY Second Sessions SUNDAY, MAY 8TH

MOTHER’S DAY SPECIAL FREE DAUBERS to everyone who is a mother or ever had a mother!!!

(Closed Monday & Tuesday)

SUNDAY, MAY 15TH

Early Birds 7:15 Session 7:30 & 8:45

BUY A FULL PAY 9-ON SET AND GET A 9-ON HALF PAY SET FOR JUST ONE PENNY!!

Gameroom Doors Open at 3:00 pm Tues - Sun

Must sit quietly w/adult & play bingo, 8 years old & up only please. One Jiffy Set per Child

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bingo gonna be’s, & wanna be’s

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Michelle Hofmann.

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Santa Fe

KIDS ALWAYS WELCOME TO PLAY FOR 1¢

SATURDAY, MAY 21ST

MAY BIRTHDAY BASH

Explorer

B I N G O

ALL PAPER NO VIDEO

Cedar Ridge

J A C K P O T

FOOD DRIVE ON FRIDAYS


BINGO BONANZA USA May 2011 Page 11

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REGULAR SCHEDULE FULL PAY

$2

$1

HALF PAY (OR LESS)

7 NIGHTS A WEEK

OPEN

7:00 & 8:30 PM

THE BINGO MALL IN ARLINGTON, TEXAS . . . minutes from anywhere

now available power bingo ATM MACHINE

ON YOUR BIRTHDAY RECEIVE A COMBO SET 1-9 ON FULL 1-9 ON HALF

WITH VALID PICTURE I.D.

• SNACK BAR • GLASSED-IN NON-SMOKING AREA

SPONSORS GREATER ARLINGTON LIONS CLUB

AHAVATH SHOLOM MEN’S CLUB

PANTEGO LIONS FOUNDATION

LIONS CLUB OF PANTEGO INC

GOLDEN TEE GOLF CLUB INC


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Come have fun at a Team Bingo Hall Penny 9-On for Your Birthday - Both Sessions - & a Free Dauber

MAX PAYOUT NO HALF PAY

BEST FULL PAY PRICES IN DALLAS

580 W Arapaho Road (Arapaho & Hampshire Lane) Phone #972-479-9177

2120 East Beltline (Beltline & Jupiter Rd.) Phone #972-234-0902

7 DAYS A WEEK Mon thru Sat - 3:45 PM & 5:00 PM Sun - 2:30 • 3:45 • 5:00 PM

3 BIG SESSIONS Special Gift for all Mothers

SPECIAL PRIZES AND GIVEAWAYS

Monday thru Friday

$2.00 FULL PAY SETS OR 1 18-ON FOR $10 $30 MAX-OUT COMPUTER EVERY DAY FOUR $750 GAMES Monday thru Saturday BOTH SESSION COMPUTER - $55 Every Saturday This Month

$1.00

NOW CLOS SUND ED AY

6 DAYS A WEEK REGULAR SESSIONS: 12:15 PM & 1:30 PM

SUPER SUNDAYS

COMPUTER ONLY 3 Lucky People will win A ONE SESSION COMPUTER each session for that day only

CASH DAILY - PAID OUT!

Daytime Jupiter Bingo

Daytime Arapaho Bingo

2:30 • 3:45 • 5:00 PM $1.00 FULL PAY SETS $5 OFF 3 SESSION

$20,000 TO $25,000

FULL PAY SET

Children Welcome 6 years & older-Must play bingo Arapaho Bingo only afternoon hall that plays 7 days a week in Dallas!

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION SATURDAY, MAY 21ST

$1.00 9-ON (1ST SESSION ONLY) $1.00 SETS (2ND SESSION) EVERY MON, WED & FRI

FUN TIME BINGO SESSIONS

11:30 AM TO 12:10 PM ENGLISH BINGO & WINNER TAKE ALL BINGO

$1.00 FULL PAY SETS

FOR REGULAR SESSION THAT DAY

TUE • THUR • SAT

$2 SETS OR 2-9 ONS FOR $10 BOTH SESSIONS COMPUTER ONLY $55.00 Children Welcome 6 years & older-Must play bingo

“Run by Charities, for Charities, The way it was meant to be.” For information on the Team Bingo halls, call our Hot Line

(972) 234-8611 or visit WWW.TEAMBINGO.com

School of the Faith of Texas, Inc., Low Birth Weight Development Center, Holy Trinity Catholic School, The Highlands PTA, Quality of Life, Inc., Sacred Heart Educational Services, Inc., Marian Center of Dallas, The CS Lewis Center for the Study of the Common Tradition, Inc., The Highlands Educational Corporation, St. Joseph’s Helpers of Dallas, TX, St. Stephen the Martyr Chapter, Inc., Texas Center for the Visually Challenged, Cardinal Mindszenty Foundation, Oakhill Incorporated, Truth, Inc., Catholic Pro-Life Committee, Quality of Life, Truth, Inc., Skyline White Rock Lions Club, St. Mary’s Malankara Catholic Church.


BINGO BONANZA USA May 2011 Page 13

Come have fun at a Team Bingo Hall Penny 9-On for Your Birthday - Both Sessions - & a Free Dauber

Late Night I-30 Bingo

Nighttime

North Buckner Bingo 3120 N. Buckner Blvd., at John West Rd. • Phone 214-660-9988

Security on duty at all times Children Welcome 6 and older – Must Play Bingo 7:35 & 8:50 PM (CLOSED TUESDAYS)

4 to 6 max out computer givea ways e ver y night.

(I-30 and Jim Miller Road) • 8105 East R.L. Thornton Phone #214-319-6067

7 NIGHTS A WEEK 10:45 PM & 11:50 PM FRIDAY - 10:50 • 11:55 • 1:05 AM SATURDAY - 10:50 • 11:55 • 1:05 AM

Both sessions full pay computer only $45.00

EVERY MONDAY NIGHT Two Lucky Persons Will Win A ONE SESSION COMPUTER for one week. (Monday thru Sunday) $150.00 per person per session with combined value

OF

$300.00

EVERY MONDAY & FRIDAY

$1.00 FULL PAY SETS EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT

DOUBLE VIP CARD STAMP NIGHT EVERY THURSDAY 2 PEOPLE Will Win A BOTH SESSION COMPUTER for THAT NIGHT ONLY. EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT

$1.00 FULL PAY SETS

PLUS PRIZES & GIVEAWAYS

3 B SES IG SIO EVE NS FRID RY SAT AY & URD AY NIG HT

I-30 NOW OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS

3 BIG SESSIONS

Special Gift for all Mothers

10:50 • 11:55 • 1:05 AM

3 Lucky People will win A ONE SESSION COMPUTER each session for that day only

$1.00 FULL PAY SETS Prizes & Giveaways $5 OFF 3 SESSION COMPUTER ONLY EVERY MONDAY NIGHT Tw o Luc ky People Will Win A ONE SESSION COMPUTER f or one week. (Monday thru Sunday ) $175.00 per per son per session with combined v alue

OF

$350.00

EVERY FRIDAY

$1 FULL PAY SETS • 1ST SESSION ONLY EVERY TUESDAY & SUNDAY THIS MONTH

$1

FULL PAY SETS

CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY WEDNESDAY, MAY 18TH $1.00 9-ON (1ST SESSION ONLY) $1.00 SETS (2ND SESSION) Children Welcome • 6 years & older • Must play bingo

SECURITY PROVIDED


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Bingo Buddies

Kulu Kulu Tea Saafi.

Karen Garner. Rosa Garcia.

Pila Vaka.

Lynnette and Irving Carter.

Rosa Silva.

Crystal Silva.

Gloria Gonzales.


BINGO BONANZA USA May 2011 Page 15

CLUES ACROSS 1. Wound seriously 5. Record 9. Earnestly entreat 12. Dwarf buffalo 13. Manilla sea catfish genus 15. Picasso’s mistress 16. Chinese dynasty 17. Wet spongy ground 18. Wax glazed finish fabric 19. Diego or Francisco 20. In an implied way 22. Outward flow of the tide 25. Writer of poems 26. Stalks of a moss capsule 28. Electromotive force 29. “Phyllis” production Co. (abbr.) 32. Adult male human 33. Finnish island studded lake 35. Coach Parseghian 36. Helps little firms 37. 3rd largest Balearic Island 39. Disk to convert circular into lin

ear motion 40. Old world, new 41. Acid from oil 43. Health Maintenance Organization 44. Cathode-ray tube 45. Brew 46. Nostrils 48. A female domestic 49. S. W. Shoshonean 50. Social deportment 54. A rubberized raincoat 57. Olive genus 58. About ohms 62. Wild goat with backward curved horns 64. Sharp point projecting backwards 65. Approaches 66. Indian frock 67. Search engine friendly 68. Description of design criteria 69. Pickerel genus

CLUES DOWN 48. Of I 50. Disorderly crowds 51. Wings 52. Ball for safe indoor play 53. Snatch 55. Arabian outer garments 56. Scomberomorus regalis 59. A diagram of the Earth’s surface 60. Anger 61. Reciprocal of a sine 63. Nineteen

SOLUTION

1. GEAR 2. CHAIN 3. COAST 4. PEDAL

BIKE MATCH MATCH THE WORD WITH ITS MEANING A. MOVE WITHOUT POWER B. TOOTHED WHEELS C. PROPEL BY FOOT D. METAL LINKS

ANSWERS: 1. B, 2. D, 3. A, 4. C KC115108

1. Another word for mother 2. Cuckoos 3. New Rochelle, NY college 4. Attracts iron 5. River obstruction 6. Militant N. Ireland organization 7. Title of respect 8. Make to specifications 9. Food on a fish hook 10. Br. peer above a viscount 11. Western author Zane ___ 14. Allied H.Q. 15. Defunct phone company 21. Connecticut 23. NY Times political writer Matt 24. Bolivian river 25. Endangered 26. Heavy cavalry sword 27. Make into law 29. Papier-__, art material 30. Streetcars 31. Extinct black honeycreepers 32. Millisecond 34. Gets rid of 38. Indigenous race in Hokkaido 42. Feline mammal 45. Moses’ older brother 47. Relinquish a claim to


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1005 S KAUFMANN

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303 N STORY 1000 E IRVING BLVD

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503 HWY 77

315 PLYMOUTH PARK

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200 HWY 1382

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2708 W IRVING BLVD

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1306 HWY 77 504 FERRIS AVE 500 N. HWY 77

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1305 N HWY 77

MARSALIS ITALIAN

106 SOUTH KAUFMAN

SHELL

1211 US HWY 77 1580 N. HWY 77

113 MARVIN D LOVE

IRVING PUBLIC LIBRARY

801 E. IRVING

SPLASH AUTO BATH

223 E HWY 1382

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440 NURSERY

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1467 ACTON RD

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2920 SHADY GROVE

508 HWY 77

GOLDEN CHINA

TON’S CHINESE

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400 N. GREENVILLE

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10011 MIDWAY

1450 W LANCASTER

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OAK CLIFF MUNICIPAL

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MOUNTAIN CREEK LIBRARY

441 N. GARLAND RD.

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2709 KAUFMANN ST

MINYARDS

LEDBETTER WILLIAM CHICKEN

GLORY CHINA

10TH ST

HICKORY HOUSE BBQ

PLEASANT RUN

4140 S. CARRIER

SINGLETON

HAV R BURGERS

PLEASANT RUN

GRANDY’S

3725 S. CARRIER

DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY

GRANDY’S

EVANS BBQ

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DALLAS PUBLIC LIBRARY

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SUPER WASH

201 N. ECTOR

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1712 HWY 287

WASH IT QUICK

WATCH FOR MANY MORE LOCATIONS IN THE COMING MONTHS

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Whoopee for whoopie pie cookies you can make at home. Filling: In mixing bowl, beat together cream cheese and confectioners’ sugar. Beat in milk and vanilla extract until fluffy. Assembly: Place about 1-2 tablespoons of filling on the flat bottom of cooled whoopie pie and top with another whoopie pie to make a sandwich. By using olive oil, you can be sure the cookies are moist and delicious and lower in saturated fat and cholesterol than when you bake with butter. In fact, you can use Extra Light Tasting Olive Oil for all your baking needs, as well as for sautéing vegetables and with sea_food, without significantly changing taste. A tablespoon of olive oil contains only about one-third of the saturated fat of a tablespoon of butter, only 2g saturated fatty acid (compared to butter’s 7g) and no cholesterol. According to Sheldon, “Olive oil is a smart choice for increasing your intake of monounsaturates.” The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s new Dietary Guidelines seem to agree. They urge people to cut back on saturated fats and suggest switching from butter to oils derived from plant sources. For more recipes, including one for healthful and flavorful carrot cake whoopie pies, visit www.pompeian.com or “like” the company on Facebook.

(NAPSA)-A surefire recipe for entertaining your kids-after school and during school breaks, vacations or “staycations”-is to bring them into the kitchen. Baking is an inexpensive family fun activity that can have delicious results. Mastering cooking techniques can also reinforce math skills such as counting, measuring and separating, as well as improve eyehand coordination. Parents should remember to be flexible, not expect perfection and to have fun! Make sure the projects you attempt are age appropriate. For example, while you may have to read preschoolers the recipe, they can learn to wash hands and surfaces. Once you have premeasured ingredients, you can let kids add them to the bowl. Preschoolers can cut with plastic knives and, with supervision, cut shapes with cookie cutters. They can also sprinkle baked goods with candies, chopped fruits and sugars. Kindergartners to second graders may be able to read recipes and chop soft foods, grate cheese, wash fruits and vegetables, measure, stir batters and knead dough. Third to sixth graders can read the recipe and assemble ingredients, use small appliances and preheat the oven. Interest has risen in cooking classes for kids, an increasingly popular form of entertainment at kids’ parties and scouting events. You can also find classes offered by recreation departments and colleges or by private instructors. Here’s a fun recipe from the Clabber Girl Culinary Classroom cooking camp for kids: BUNNY EARS 4 1 3 1⁄2

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TAURUS – April 21/May 2

Aries, with so many things on your plate, it might seem as if nothing will ever get done. Separate things into manageable lists and tackle each project one at a time.

Taurus, your mind is reeling and the only way to stop these anxious thoughts is to keep busy. Friends provide a welcome diversion later in the week. GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, your current interests aren’t panning out as you’d hoped so consider other opportunities. Stop and consider all the possibilities as soon as possible. CANCER – June 22/July 22 Thoughts of love and relationships are on your mind, Cancer. However, you will have trouble expressing just how you feel to others. Think through the words. LEO – July 23/August 23 Leo, you are a whirlwind of activity and this causes a bit of disruption to a normally organized week. Others may remark on the change in personality. VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 It’s hard to imagine fitting anything else into your packed schedule, Virgo. Somehow you manage to do it. But the effects could prove stressful. LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 It’s time to plan and prepare, Libra. Take out a pen and paper and start making lists. It’s the only way to remain organized with so much going on. SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 Matters of the home take importance this week, Scorpio. Focus your attention on tackling things around the house and you’ll have more time to devote to fun. SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 It might be time to pinch some pennies, Sagittarius. This week you could come up a bit short, and it doesn’t bode well for the rest of the month. Consider working overtime. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, things turn out to be very calm this week and it is surprising how much you can get accomplished. This slow pace is just the reprieve you’ve needed. AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, there’s not much you can do about a particular problem if you don’t spend any time actually thinking about a solution. Ignoring the situation won’t help. PISCES – Feb 19/Mar20 Pisces, a few minor tweaks to your schedule and you are able to tackle an enormous amount of tasks this week. Enjoy productivity.

Taurus, take a few moments to analyze your preferences in friends. Maybe you’re being too stringent. It’s time to open up the options and make a few new ones. GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, there are so many fun things in store that you can’t decide where to begin. Get started on the fun and make the most of the good times ahead. CANCER – June 22/July 22 Cancer, devote lots of time to hanging out with friends this week. Others will flock to you and want to be in your presence. Enjoy the spotlight. LEO – July 23/August 23 Leo, without much on the docket, this week could prove a bit boring. Instead of focusing on the negative side of having a lot of time, relish in the relaxation time. VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 Bad news arrives and catches you off guard, Virgo. Unless you can rebound quickly, it might take a lot of wind out of your sails for the time being. LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 Opportunities at work are many, Libra. You will be a rising star this week. Enjoy the notoriety while it lasts. If your salary is commission-based, expect much. SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 Scorpio, even though you try hard, you cannot control everything. You will have to go with the flow every now and then. It will help you develop a stronger character. SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 Sagittarius, it’s time to put an end to an ongoing disagreement with a loved one. This feud is taking up too much energy that can be put toward better things. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, some people underestimate your abilities, but you can be quite a force when you set your mind to it. Continue to surprise others with your talents. AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, although you will be held accountable for something going on at work, the effects will actually work to your advantage. It’s good to be in the limelight. PISCES – Feb 19/Mar20 Pisces, concentration proves difficult but you have to buckle down and get some important tasks accomplished.

There are some situations for which there are no answers, Aries. In these times, you should defer to someone with more authority on the subject. TAURUS – April 21/May 2 Taurus, a number of people are questioning the way you are operating lately. Do not be dissuaded from action. You know the reasons behind your decisions.

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Nominal purchases can quickly add up to quite a sum, Gemini. Keep track of your spending because you can easily deplete your funds without even realizing it.

CANCER – June 22/July 22

There is a romantic match out there for you single Cancers. It could just take a little more looking this week. Attached Cancer men and women will form a stronger romantic bond.

LEO – July 23/August 23

Leo, be a little more patient because something you started a while ago has yet to be resolved. It can only get done if you buckle down for the next few days.

VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22

Virgo, it can be hard to ignore gossip but that is precisely what you need to do this week. Foul words can hurt only if you let them get under your skin. Keep friends close by.

LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23

There’s no need to worry, Libra. You have it all under control even if it doesn’t seem that way. Once you are done you will see that you had it covered.

SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22

Scorpio, creative processes will keep you busy this week. Get involved in a hobby or project that will take several days to complete. Then begin a new one.

SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21

Sagittarius, a relationship comes to an end and it leaves you feeling a bit detached. The quicker you can move on the better off you will be. Family softens the blow.

CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20

Capricorn, if there isn’t anything positive to say, simply keep your lips closed and be inconspicuous. This can be difficult to do, but it’s best for everyone involved.

AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18

Few things can get you riled up more than dishonesty, Aquarius. Confront someone who has led you astray this week for resolution. You will feel better for having done it.

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May 29 - June 4 ARIES – Mar 21/Apr 20 Aries, frustration sets in and it is easy to get pushed to your limit. A close friend can put you in better spirits in a matter of minutes. Connect with this person. TAURUS – April 21/May 2 Taurus, you will be in a social mood this week and that means that a party or some other event is certain to be in your future. Open up the event to many for extra fun. GEMINI – May 22/Jun 21 Gemini, making hard decisions about your personal life is not easy. However, it has to be done this week if you are to move on to something else that needs attention. CANCER – June 22/July 22 Cancer, unless you can censor yourself, it’s best to avoid social situations this week. There are too many chances for you to say something that can get you into trouble. LEO – July 23/August 23 A new hobby can occupy your time, Leo. Now you just have to find something that you will enjoy. Perhaps an outdoor activity that will be perfect for the warm weather. VIRGO – Aug 24/Sept 22 It could be time to make another move, Virgo. The current situation is just not working out as you would like. Recognize when it is time to move on. LIBRA – Sept 23/Oct 23 Familial obligations can put a damper on social situations, Libra. But it’s not often that family call on you for some support. Clear your calendar later in the week. SCORPIO – Oct 24/Nov 22 This is the week to break out of your shell, Scorpio. Try something adventurous and completely out of your comfort zone. You might just enjoy the results. SAGITTARIUS – Nov 23/Dec 21 Schedule a vacation or time away from someone, Sagittarius. The absence will let you better understand the dynamic of the relationship, so it can blossom. CAPRICORN – Dec 22/Jan 20 Capricorn, though the sentiment may seem trite, stop and smell the roses. Rushing to and fro is not the way to get things done this week. It is time to slow down. AQUARIUS – Jan 21/Feb 18 Aquarius, it’s been a challenge balancing everything, but this week you will finally fall into a groove. Your spouse or a close friend will be instrumental to your success. PISCES – Feb 19/Mar20 Pisces, creative thinking can present clever ways to handle mundane tasks or special things that need attention.

The tallest species of dog is the Irish wolfhound, which grows to be about 32 inches high at the shoulders. *** The first–and so far, the only president to be married in the White House was Grover Cleveland. During his second yeaar in office, he married Frances Folsom, who was 27 years his junior. *** Cuckoo clocks, containing carved wooden birds, which emerge and “sing” to tell the time, were made in the Black Forest of Germany as early as 1730 and are still popular. *** The earliest type of timekeeper, dating from as far back as 3500 B.C., was the shadow clock, or gnomon, a vertical stick or obelisk that casts a shadow, An Egyptian shadow clock of the eighth century B.C. is still in existence. *** The first hemispherical sundial was described about the third century by Chaldean astronomer Berossus. *** What kills a skunk is the publicity it gives itself. –Abraham Lincoln *** Before winning the Presidential election in 1860, Abraham Lincoln had lost eight elections for various office.

Short height and speeches on behalf of the Democratic party earned President James Polk the nickname “Napoleon of the Stump.” *** The corn in corned beef dates back to a time when “corns” or kernels of coarse salt were used to cure beef. No corn was actually involved in the process. *** If you would be wealthy, think of saving a well as getting. –Benjamin Franklin *** There is only one pretty child in the world, and every mother has it. –Chinese Proverb *** Whenever you are asked if you can do a job, tell ‘em, “Certainly, I can!” Then get busy and find out how to do it. –Theodore Roosevelt *** When someone sings his own praises, he always get the tune too high. –Mary H. Waldrip *** An apple a day may keep the doctor away but two carrots a day can help to cut cholesterol levels, say USDA scientists. Carrots, as well as cabbage and onions, contain a type of fiber that lowers cholesterol.

*** Pound cake is a dense rich cake originally made with one pound each of flour, butter, sugar and eggs. *** The name biscotti is a generic term applied to various types of italian cookies that are baked twice. This results in a very crunchy cookie. *** Visitors to Iceland should know that tipping at a restaurant is an insult. ••• The cubit, said to be used by Noah to build the aark, was based on the distance from the elbow to the tip of the middle finger. ••• Ivy is one of the easiest, most successful container plants. It can be trained up a trellis or left to fall naturally from hanging baskets.

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The Roman Emperor Domitian, it is said, was such a good shot, he could put four arrows between the spread fingers of a man’s hand.

*** A rat can go without water for a longer period of time than a camel can.

••• A man wrapped up in himself makes a very small bundle. –Benjamin Franklin

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MAY BIRTHSTONE EMERALD: “Spring’s Eternal Gem” How would you like to wear a gemstone that could protect you from illness and let you see into the future? According to ancient belief, an emerald could do just that. Regardless of these legendary attributes, however, few would deny the pleasure and delight of owning May’s mesmerizing green birthstone. Since approximately 2000 B.C., emeralds have been prized by connoisseurs and sought after by the rich and powerful. They were mined near the Red Sea during the time of Cleopatra, who wore her emeralds lavishly. Sixteenth century

Spanish explorers in South America were amazed to find magnificent emeralds in the possession of the Aztecs and Incas. The source of many of these stones was Colombia, where emeralds were regarded by experts as the ultimate in quality and color. In fact, the world’s largest emerald crystal, at 7,052 carats, was discovered in 1969 in the Cruces Mines in Gachala, Colombia. Although Colombia remains the world’s largest supplier of the fascinating green gem, many exceptional emeralds on the market today come from Zambia, Zimbabwe, Pakistan and Brazil. Like the aquamarine, emerald is part of the beryl family, a normally colorless mineral. Its magic comes from minute traces of chromium, which give the emerald its characteristic spring green color.

“When buying an emerald, the most important factor is color; the more vivid the green, the more valuable the stone,” says Lynn Ramsey, president of the Jewelry Information Center, a New York-based trade association. Don’t be put off by a few fissures, or inclusions, in your stone, advise experts. It is rare to find an emerald without these natural birthmarks, and they do not detract from the stone’s beauty or value as they might with another type of stone. However, these fissures do affect an emerald’s care. For thousands of years, gem dealers have sought to purify the color of their emeralds by immersing them in clear oils or paraffin. In addition to these ancient methods, clear resins often are used today to enhance the clarity of emeralds. Using hot water, steam, chemicals, ammonia or an ultrasonic cleaner could remove oils or resins and damage the stone. Emeralds will remain beautiful and durable for years if taken care of properly. Do what the experts advise: Avoid abrupt temperature changes and contact with rough or sharp surfaces, including those of other gemstones. Store your emeralds in a fabriclined jewelry box or wrap them in a soft cloth or tissue. To ensure a long and safe life, have your jeweler check the setting at least once a year and clean the stone at that time. Designers of emerald jewelry use a wide variety of different cuts. For example, you can choose from the traditional rectangular step-cut, known as the “emerald cut,”

More than 27 carats of emeralds, set in 18K gold with diamonds, adorn this exquisite necklace by H. Stern. as well as a variety of rounds, ovals, squares, marquises or round-top cabochons. The choice of cut is a personal one and does not affect the stone’s value. While there is no official alternate choice for May’s birthstone, those seeking a different stone could choose one with an equally vivid shade of green. These include tsavorite garnet, green tourmaline or the lesser-known, but equally beautiful, chrome diopside. Whether the emerald actually has the power to heal maladies or improve vision as some ancient peoples believed, few can resist its universal beauty. Regarded as one of the rarest and most precious gemstones in the world, a verdant green emerald set into a ring or pendant can bring years of pleasure to the lucky owner.

SUCCESSFUL CONTAINER GARDENING (NAPSA)-Container gardening lets you add character and color to your patio or balcony. If you’re really hurting for space, then a window box can give you the splash of color you’re looking for. “Container gardening lets you bring interior design components to your outdoor space,” said Lance Walheim, co-author of “Landscaping for Dummies” and gardening expert for Bayer Advanced(tm). “It allows you to express your creativity.” The National Gardening Association says that more than 26 million households have container gardens-that’s the equivalent of the total number of households in California, New York and Texas. • What to grow: You can try just about anything as long as the pot is big enough. Options: Japa_nese maples, azaleas, camellias, roses, dwarf apples, lemons,

• Match the plant to the container: A Japanese maple looks great in a glazed ceramic pot. You also want to have one consistent style of pot, such as clay or wood. Snap a photo of your outdoor space with your smart phone and let your garden center guide you on options. Make sure the pots have drainage holes. • Buy packaged potting soil, not gardening soil: _Potting soil is well aerated and holds necessary moisture and nutrients for successful container gardening. • Plant flowers like you arrange a bouquet: Taller plants or flowers go in the middle. Place Container gardening lets you bring inte- smaller ones around that and cascadrior design components to your outdoor ing flowers around the outside. Mix space. plants with the same sun requirements. • Keep it moist: Stick your strawberries, impatiens, marigolds, geraniums, daffodils finger deep into the soil. Water the plants if the soil is dry. You’ll need and tulips. peaches,

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to water often to keep the root ball wet. • Establish a wellness plan: Bayer Advanced Natria Insect, Disease & Mite Control kills aphids, mites, whiteflies, plant bugs, black spot, powdery mildew and leaf spot on contact before they can damage or destroy your container garden (www.BayerAdvanced.com). Always read and follow label directions. • Feed your container garden: Frequent watering washes nutrients from the soil, so you’ll need to fertilize more often to keep your plants blooming. If you do all the right things, your plants will stay healthy and grow. That means you’ll need to transplant them into larger pots. You can reuse the older pot when you buy new plants or flowers.


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MAY FORECAST ARIES THE RAM — March 21 to April 19 Your planetary influence is Mars, The Leader You should play at least 3 sessions or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 1st, 7th, 21st, 29th To play away from home area the 6th, 15th, 23rd, 28th Play afternoon session the 9th, 23th, 20th, 25th Play evening session the 8th, 21st, 22nd, 30th Luckiest color for you at this time is blue/red TAURUS THE BULL — April 20 to May 20 Your planetary influence is Venus, the Determined You should play at least 2 sessions or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 1st, 4th, 6th, 23rd To play away from home area the 14th, 15th, 20th, 29th Play afternoon session the 10th, 13th, 19th, 22nd Play evening session the 3rd, 14th, 27th, 28th Luckiest color for you at this time is brown/yellow GEMINI THE TWINS — May 21 to June 20 Your planetary influence is Mercury, The Intellectual You should play at least 1 session or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 9th, 11th, 20th, 27th To play away from home area the 5th, 12th, 30th, 31st Play afternoon session the 2nd, 13th, 19th, 22nd Play evening session the 25th, 26th, 30th, 31st Luckiest color for you at this time is black/gold

LIBRA THE SCALES — Sept. 23 to Oct 22 Your planetary influence is Venus, The Harmonious You should play at least 2 sessions or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 18th, 21st, 24th, 29th To play away from home area the 8th, 20th, 28th Play afternoon session the 1st, 12th, 19th, 23rd Play evening session the 15th, 18th, 25th, 30th Luckiest color for you at this time is red/black SCORPIO THE SCORPION — Oct. 23 to Nov. 22 Your planetary influence is Mars, The Intense You should play at least 1 session or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 2nd, 5th, 20th, 28th To play away from home area the 8th, 13th, 21st, 27th Play afternoon session the 4th, 10th, 19th, 23rd Play evening session the 12th, 16th, 26th, 29th Luckiest color for you at this time is yellow/green SAGITTARIUS THE ARCHER — Nov. 23 to Dec. 21 Your planetary influence is Jupiter, The Optimist You should play at least 3 sessions or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 13th, 21st, 23rd, 31st To play away from home area the 1st, 2nd, 19th, 22nd Play afternoon session the 10th, 12th, 20th, 29th Play evening session the 4th, 15th, 22nd, 31st Luckiest color for you at this time is silver/blue

CANCER THE CRAB — June 21 to July 22 Your planetary influence is Moon, The Nourisher You should play at least 2 session or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 2nd, 4th, 13th, 25th To play away from home area the 10th, 11th, 13th, 28th Play afternoon session the 5th, 17th, 24th, 31st Play evening session the 2nd, 6th, 12th Luckiest color for you at this time is purple/pink

CAPRICORN THE GOAT — Dec. 22 to Jan 19 Your planetary influence is Saturn, The Cautious You should play at least 3 sessions or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 5th, 7th, 10th, 22nd To play away from home area the 11th, 23rd, 28th, 29th Play afternoon session the 3rd, 14th, 18th, 26th Play evening session the 19th, 22nd, 28th, 30th Luckiest color for you at this time is gold/white

LEO THE LION — July 23 - August 22 Your planetary influence is Sun, The Magnetic You should play at least 3 session2 or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 2nd, 9th, 23rd, 26th To play away from home area the 18th, 19th, 20th, 31st Play afternoon session the 11th, 12th, 30th Play evening session the 2nd, 10th, 17th, 20th Luckiest color for you at this time is silver/black

AQUARIUS THE WATER BEARER —Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 Your planetary influence is Uranus, The Progressive You should play at least 1 session or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 1st, 12th, 22nd, 26th To play away from home area the 7th, 8th, 24th, 30th Play afternoon session the 10th, 14th, 18th, 22nd Play evening session the 11th, 23rd, 26th, 28th Luckiest color for you at this time is orange/yellow

VIRGO THE VIRGIN — August 23 to Sept. 22 Your planetary influence is Mercury, The Critic You should play at least 2 sessions or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 6th, 7th, 11th, 22nd To play away from home area the 9th, 14th, 19th, 24th Play afternoon session the 5th, 6th, 17th, 27th Play evening session the 2nd, 7th, 23rd, 31st Luckiest color for you at this time is red/white

PISCES THE FISHES — Feb. 19 to Mar. 20 Your planetary influence is Neptune, the Mysterious You should play at least 2 sessions or more at one time Your luckiest days will be the 3rd, 8th, 12th, 23rd To play away from home area the 7th, 21st, 22nd, 27th Play afternoon session the 19th, 20th, 24th, 28th Play evening session the 2nd, 13th, 22nd, 29th Luckiest color for you at this time is green/brown


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817-338-0227

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817-860-1122

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BETCHA II BINGO 2420 W. Irving Blvd., Irving

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pm 972-479-9177 3:45 5:00 pm 5:30 pm

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972-272-4189 9:00 pm

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972-660-5951 7:00 pm

EAST PLANO BINGO 14th & Jupiter

972-578-9827 8:30 pm

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