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October 18, 2013

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: Friday, October 18, 2013_ ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier SUDOKU TRIVIA CHAIN By Dan Rice In the grid below, twenty answers can be found that fit the category for today. Circle each answer that you find and list it in the space provided at the right of the grid. Answers can be foundin all directions - forwards, backwards, horizontally, vertically and diagonally. An example is given to get you started. Can you find the twenty answers in this puzzle? 1. Before this H.G. Wells novel was made into a film in 1953, Orson Welles broadcast it in 1938 as a radio play that fooled the American public into believing a Martian invasion really was happening. 2. In this classic sci-fi film from 1951, the alien visitor programs his robot to cease his destruction of the Earth in response to the message "Klaatu barada nikto." 3. In director Tim Burton's sci-fi comedy "Mars Attacks!" of 1996, the only way the bubble-headed invaders could be destroyed was the yodeling voice of this singer. 4. On this TNT series about humans fighting to win back Earth after a successful alien invasion, the power grid has been neutralized and most of mankind destroyed. 5. The alien invasion takes place in the Old West in this action thriller from 2011. Fill in the puzzle grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. ANSWERS CELEBRITY CROSSWORD Invaders from Beyond 1."The War of the Worlds" 2. "The Day the Earth Stood Still" 3. Slim Whitman 4. "V" 5. "Falling Skies" PUZZLE PAGES WORD QUIZZARD Across 1. Movie, "The Parent __" 5. Actress Ward 9. "The Big Bang Theory" character 12. James __ Jones 13. "__, poor Yorick..." 14. Music producer Brian 15. Pot starter 16. Pack (down) 17. List ending abbr. 18. Shown, she's Amy on "The Big Bang Theory": 2 wds. 21. Justification 23. Subj. for Sheldon Cooper 24. Ms. Corby of "The Waltons" 25. "All Creatures Great and __" 29. Alan Cumming on "The Good Wife" 30. Comedian Louis 31. Knock-offs 34. "Are You __, Chelsea?" 36. Word with "coat" or "shooter" 38. Katie Holmes' "__ of April" 39. Location of Moe's Tavern 43. Eastern philosophy 44. Pickle flavoring 45. Actress Carrie-Anne 48. Aloof 49. Nobelist Wiesel 50. "At Last" singer James 51. In medias __ 52. Agents, for short 53. Shade of blue Down 1. "__ and Sympathy" 2. Skedaddled 3. Hari Kumar in "The Jewel in the Crown": 2 wds. 4. "__ Don't Eat the Daisies" 5. Smooth fabric 6. Placekicker Jason 7. "The Silence of the __" 8. Jellied dishes 9. Stagger 10. "Against" prefix 11. Jim Davis on "Dallas" 19. "By __ bonnie banks..." 20. Aspiration 21. Coral formation 22. Ms. Fitzgerald 26. Funny story 27. Harp's cousin 28. Christopher and Michele 32. Prefix for "center" 33. Elvis song, "Return to __" 34. Cause for overtime 35. Sports headgear 37. Light on one's feet 38. Heaps 39. Richard Pryor comedy, "__ Crazy" 40. Walk back and forth 41. Thinnes and Scheider 42. "__ This House" 46. Subway stop: abbr. 47. "Exodus" actor Mineo MOMENTS IN TIME - On Oct. 26, 1825, the Erie Canal opens, connecting the Great Lakes with the Atlantic Ocean via the Hudson River. Built in only two years, 83 canal locks accommodated the 500foot rise in elevation. The canal was 363 miles long, 40 feet wide and 4 feet deep. In nine years, tolls had paid back the cost of construction. - On Oct. 25, 1861, the keel of the Union ironclad Monitor is laid at Greenpoint, N.Y. The vessel -- 172 feet long and 41 feet wide -- had a low profile, rising only 18 inches above the water. The ship had a draft of less than 11 feet so it could operate in the shallow harbors and rivers of the South. - On Oct. 24, 1945, the United Nations Charter, which was adopted and signed on June 26, takes effect and is ready to be enforced. Representatives of 50 nations attended the first conference.

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