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May 30, 2014

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: Friday, May 30, 2014 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier : Friday, May 30, 2014 ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier CELEBRITY CROSSWORD SUDOKU Fill in the puzzle grid so that every row, every column, and every 3x3 box contains the digits 1 through 9. Across 1. Part of a window frame 5. Actor Kinnear 9. Funnyman Brooks 12. Mr. Kazan 13. Casting call offer 14. Simon and Garfunkel's "I __ __ Rock" 15. "Man vs. Wild" star Grylls 16. Shown, "Devious Maids" star: 2 wds. 18. Actor Savage of "Boy Meets World" 20. Dependable 21. Brother of Raymond Barone 24. Easter find 25. In the know 26. Writing assignment 30. "Jeopardy!" champ Jennings 31. Tiller's tool 32. Follow as a result 35. Spa feature 37. "90210" hangout the Peach __ 39. Breadwinner 40. Add water to 43. Rocker's guitar 44. He's Raylan Givens on "Justified" 46. Mr. James of "Divergent" 50. "Buck Rogers" actor Gerard 51. Historic canal 52. Rancher's concern 53. Witness 54. Mr. Reynolds 55. "Diary of __ __ Housewife" Down 1. Confederate general Stuart 2. Pub pint 3. Actress Kirshner 4. Floyd of Mayberry, e.g. 5. Actor Hugh 6. Ex-Yankee Guidry 7. Fill with joy 8. Strait or Lopez 9. Tennis champ Wilander 10. Give off, as light 11. Slothful 17. They're often underfoot 19. Before, in verse 21. 2014 series of 5-Across 22. Dr. Thackery on "The Knick" 23. Outlaws 27. Ostracize 28. First-rate (hyph.) 29. 1985 film, "__ of the Dragon" 33. Song, "__, __ and Away" 34. "Take your pick" 35. Part of a jazz combo 36. Singer Franklin 38. Showing sadness 39. Consumed 40. 1980 movie, "The __ of War" 41. Tennis star Nastase 42. Mr. Waggoner of "The Carol Burnett Show" 45. Ms. Long of "Boyz N the Hood" 47. Tailor's bottom line? 48. Geologic time period 49. "The __ Couple" WORD QUIZZARD 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? Animated Series for Adults 1. The first primetime animated series, this situation comedy dealt with adult is- sues at times, but puns about rocks were a constant. 2. This comedy is the longest-running primetime series in history, but the children of the titular family haven't aged a bit. 3. The children of this irreverent series were kept in third grade for the first three seasons before graduating to fourth grade in 2000 – where they've remained ever since. 4. While this Adult Swim mainstay has aired under alternative titles the last three seasons, the central characters are still a talking trio of a milkshake, an order of French fries and a meatball. 5. The dysfunctional spies of this FX series got to try on new roles as dysfunctional drug and arms dealers. Answers 1. "The Flintstones" 2. "The Simpsons" 3. "South Park" 4. "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" 5. "Archer" TRIVIA CHAIN - On June 7, 1692, a massive earthquake devastates the infamous town of Port Royal in Jamaica, killing thousands. A large tsunami hit soon after, putting half of Port Royal under 40 feet of water. In the 17th century, Port Royal was known throughout the New World as a head- quarters for piracy and smuggling. - On June 4, 1754, 22-year-old Lt. Col. George Washington begins construction of a makeshift Fort Necessity, near pres- ent-day Pittsburgh. The fort was built to defend his forces from French sol- diers enraged by the murder of Ensign Joseph Coulon de Jumonville while in Washington's custody. - On June 3, 1800, President John Ad- ams becomes the first acting president to take up residence in Washington, D.C. Unfortunately, the White House was not yet finished, so Adams moved into temporary digs at Tunnicliffe's City Ho- tel near the also half-finished Capitol building. - On June 6, 1971, after more than two decades of weekly productions, "The Ed Sullivan Show" airs for the final time. The show is now remembered most for providing so many iconic moments in the history of televised rock 'n' roll. MOMENTS IN TIME PUZZLE PAGES By Dan Rice

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