ACROSS 1. Cast a ballot 6. Perimeters 11. City in New York 16. "-- the raven . . ."
21. Popped up 22. Stirring 23. Rain forest parrot 24. Loan-sharking 25. Dangerous woman
26. Take delight in 27. Ad 28. Fable guru 29. Dawn goddess 30. Gauzy fabric 32. Play possum
34. Aloha token 36. One of ten 37. Type of appeal 39. Some singles 41. Go formal 43. Joins hands
45. Woodwind instruments 47. Officer wannabe 49. Mall stand 51. Learned one 54. Overzealous 55. Firm up 56. Rara -60. Kind of gallery 61. Thief's need 62. Kind of threat 64. Festive night 65. Range sizes 66. Ancient Scots 67. Coffee source 68. Big Bird pal 70. Basketball hoop 71. Team cheer 73. Cigar-smoking George 74. Rusted away 75. Ms. Lanchester 77. Genie's abode 78. City conduits 79. Refuge abroad 80. Tucker of music 82. Move crabwise 83. Rock band Pink -84. Shaggy flowers 87. Ring-shaped cake 88. Cops, to a felon 89. Job opening 93. Steel girders (hyph.) 94. Dizzy 95. Price-fixing group 97. Stretchy bandage 98. Vicar's residence 99. Epics 100. Lop off branches 101. Unqualified 103. PC button 104. Easy-care fabric 106. Ducklike birds 107. Kind of cracker 108. Mets' former
ballpark 110. Fourth-down option 111. Gone amok 112. Keeps digging 113. Genghis Khan followers 115. Great destruction 116. Antlered animal 117. Complete debacle 120. Pantyhose color 122. Stockpile 124. Like khaki 128. HMO staffers 129. Kiel conjunction 131. Third dimension 133. Made beef jerky 135. Ms. Merkel 136. Flawless 138. From the beginning (2 wds.) 140. Check for fraud 142. "-- vincit amor" 144. Pageant crown 145. Cabinet post 146. Shorthand pro 147. Formation flyers 148. Western 149. Disgorge 150. Cuts back on 151. Moderated DOWN 1. Bouquet holders 2. Sky hunter 3. Weightlifter's pride 4. Language suffix 5. Slight damage 6. Previous 7. -- on (ponders) 8. Mallet 9. Be very frugal 10. Part of SASE 11. Called strikes 12. Bull's-eye locale
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Nix, a 57 year-old volunteer from Plano, said he prepared for the walk with physical therapy sessions after his surgery and motivated himself by looking at a photo of his father, Cecil Nix, a U.S. Navy gunner’s mate, who survived the attack on Pearl Harbor during WWII. He dismissed any thoughts about not walking. “I told myself, what would the marines do? Terry Nix participates in military ceremonies on his motorcycle. They would get up and go whenever they were called. So exhaustion as he walked with his gratitude to a number of can you.” Then he added: “I determination. men and women in uniform can comfortably lay my head “Step, step, step, step. for their service. on a pillow at night, knowShow them that you care,” he His message to friends: ing we are not going to be repeated. “It was worth it.” attacked because of the sacriHe coped by stopping For the past seven years, fices our military has made.” often at a table where he was Nix has served in the Patriot Another reason to walk? given bottles of Gatorade. He Guard of North Texas, a Nix added, “Somebody has also kept a watchful eye on group of motorcyclists that to walk for the guys who no the first aid station, just in go to DFW International longer can.” case. Airport and participate in Nix said that the walk Nix returned home with military ceremonies when became difficult for him bean array of photographs the bodies of soldiers killed at cause the weather was hot that he promptly posted on war arrive. The bikers serve and humid. Nix, who also Facebook. He said he got as escorts for the hearses that has recovered from surgery some satisfaction from “paywill carry the soldiers’ caskets for a brain aneurysm, battled ing it forward” by expressing to their hometowns for burial.
bolsters our reputation as an educational organization.” “We are thrilled to have the Perot Museum come on board as a partner,” said Mark Katz, president of distribution for National Geographic Cinema Ventures. “Not only will this partnership allow us to bring our films to Dallas, but the Perot Museum’s support will assist in our ongoing efforts to create engaging films for audiences here and around the world.” The summer film lineup includes “Pandas: The Journey Home 3D, presented by National Geographic,” “Flight of the Butterflies 3D” and “Dinosaurs: Giants of Patagonia 3D.” The Perot Museum is located at 2201 N. Field Street in Dallas. For more information, visit perotmuseum.org.
YOUR STARS THIS WEEK By Stella Wilder
The coming week is likely to require of many individuals the reordering of priorities, rescheduling of appointments, reworking of schedules and rethinking of plans – much that was assumed applicable turns out to be wrong even as the first workday begins. There is an old adage about assumptions, and it is likely to be proven true as old ideas give way to new, more up-to-date, more accurate notions of all kinds. There are many benefits in the offing, but only to those who are willing to face what is undeniable and do what is necessary to align prevailing facts with nascent ideas. Forcing a square peg into a round hole is not going to work out as desired! Many conflicting emotions will arise, and those who are fooled – by themselves, most likely! – into thinking that feelings are more powerful than demonstrable reality will surely have a hard time of it. Those who accept the fact that reality is what it is can make much of what the week has to offer. GEMINI (May 21-June 6) This is a good week to go back to that project that was set aside some time ago. Right now, your ideas can yield much fruit. (June 7-June 20) – You're not likely to be the same person at
week's end as you were when it started. Trends prove powerful. CANCER (June 21-July 7) You know what lies under the camouflage, but are you brave enough to uncover it? Others are waiting for you to make a move. (July 8-July 22) – You're trying to make sense of something that, in fact, cannot be. It's time to get out of your head once again. LEO (July 23-Aug. 7) Only those who have been in your shoes in the recent past will know with any accuracy what is going on with you. Trust them. (Aug. 8-Aug. 22) – You're looking for a way to announce yourself, and the perfect method may soon present itself. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 7) Travel is not likely to take you where you thought it would, but only because there is somewhere much better for you to go! (Sept. 8-Sept. 22) – You're relying on something traditional and comfortable, but the new and untried is the better bet. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 7) You may not be seeing things as clearly as you might as the week opens, but a friend
gives you a jolt that changes everything. (Oct. 8-Oct. 22) – You're waiting for something that a rival thinks will never come. Your patience is likely to pay off. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 7) You may not be able to get things done with any consistency until relatively late in the week, but, as they say, better late than never! (Nov. 8-Nov. 21) – You're working closely with those who don't really understand your needs. It's time to clarify. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 7) Everyday affairs are likely to be overshadowed by something that is rare and impossible to ignore. (Dec. 8-Dec. 21) – You've had someone on your mind for quite some time now. It's time to get in touch. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 6) Someone piques your curiosity toward the beginning of the week, and by the weekend, you'll almost surely know where this is going. (Jan. 7-Jan. 19) – You will have to be more careful than ever to deliver the goods on time and in peak condition. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 3) You may be bored with the
13. PC screen images 14. Trippet 15. Wanted GI 16. Bobwhites 17. Function 18. Deposes 19. Crowd in 20. Media excesses 31. WWII craft (hyph.) 33. A funny Murphy 35. Pierre's school 38. Pioneer Daniel -40. Meager 42. Coils of yarn 44. FBI acronym 46. Type of wine 48. "Sesame Street" topic 50. Pandora's boxful 51. Tire in the trunk 52. -- B. DeMille 53. Does damage 54. Short summary 55. Unisex garb 57. Peddles 58. Leafy vines 59. Far from posh 61. Terra -62. Captain Nemo creator 63. Demolition -66. Earnestly hopes 67. Muscular 69. Lines on a map 72. Radius companions 73. No-goodnik 74. Overact 76. Cartographer's book 78. Objects to 79. Raise spirits 81. Readied the bow 82. Where Khartoum is 83. Terrarium plants 84. Small coins 85. Disconcert
86. Therefore 87. Intolerant person 88. -- couture 90. Machine-shop tool 91. Barracuda habitat 92. Payment details 94. Red gem 95. Hunker down 96. Enticements 99. Wind-driven spray 100. Walt Kelly strip 102. Sealed a package 105. Protective garment 106. Feel envious 107. Crystal-filled rock 109. Happy sighs 111. Affinity 112. Crunchy snacks 114. Telescope lens 115. -- rancheros 116. Kind of biology 117. Corn-chip name 118. Gandhi setting 119 . What a standee would like (2 wds.) 121. Hacienda brick 123. More peculiar 125. Viking letters 126. Pastis flavor 127. Greeted a shepherd 130. Cartoon chipmunk 132. Diary lock 134. Venetian magistrate 137. How -- things? 139. Vacuum part 141. Ms. Hagen of films 143. Give -- -- break
OFF THE MARK
Photo by Yang Dan
Copyright 2014 United Feature Syndicate, Inc. same old endeavors, but you'll discover that with minor adjustments you can rediscover your enthusiasm. (Feb. 4-Feb. 18) – Now is no time for you to ignore those in need; give what you can, and trust that generosity will be rewarded. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 5) You'll be in charge of keeping everything running smoothly throughout the week. A quick fix may be required at some point. (March 6-March 20) – You're not next in line, but you aren't too far back, either. Your turn should certainly come this week. ARIES (March 21-April 4) You can put your trust in someone who is thoroughly trustworthy, but you may still doubt that you're doing all you can. Fret not! (April 5-April 19) – Common sense is all you need to prevail, especially when a rival is doing things too quickly. TAURUS (April 20-May 5) There is little you can do to ensure that someone else will follow your instructions – but those in charge know those instructions are sound. (May 6-May 20) – You're likely to meet up with someone who presents an idea that is worth some serious thought.
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MAY 30 - JUNE 5, 2014
Published on May 30, 2014
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