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July 04, 2014

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: Friday, July 4, 2014 _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ The Post and Courier : Friday, July 4, 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. Dwindle 4. Sarah Shahi on "Person of Interest" 8. Thumbs-up 12. Actress Thompson 13. Greta Garbo's "Mata __" 14. Wine and __ 15. He's Lester on "Fargo": 2 wds. 18. Dr. Melfi, to Tony Soprano 19. Two-time U.S. Open winner 20. "__ Miserables" 21. Put a lawyer out of business 25. Jack __ of "24: Live Another Day" 28. Recipe direction 29. Harry Potter's Hedwig, e.g. 30. New York's Tappan __ Bridge 31. Lisa and Freeman 34. Stared 36. 2007 comedy, "__ of Glory" 38. "Exodus" actor Mineo 39. Sought office 40. Wants badly 44. Shown, "NCIS: Los Angeles" star: 2 wds. 48. Andrew __ Clay 49. "While You __ Sleeping" 50. 1979 film, "Norma __" 51. FBI agent on "The Americans" 52. Carnac the Magnificent, e.g. 53. Common connector Down 1. Shade trees 2. Actress Richards 3. Roseanne's last name 4. Black eye 5. Best Actor winner in 1993 and 1994 6. Barking sound 7. Telegraphed 8. 1974 Frederick Forsyth thriller, "The __ File" 9. Lifetime reality series, "__ of Queens" 10. Alicia of "Falcon Crest" 11. Tokyo money 16. Mah-jongg piece 17. Yalies 22. Astronaut Aldrin 23. To __ __, perfectly 24. Actor Diamond 25. Fail onstage 26. Military no-show 27. Arm bone 32. Mr. Brody of "Houdini" 33. "Sinbad: Legend of the Seven __" 34. James or Jennifer 35. Actor __ Alda 37. "The __ of Kilimanjaro" 38. A movie's music 41. Ms. Farmiga of "Bates Motel" 42. Pizzazz 43. Citizen Kane's "Rosebud" 44. Certain bank accts. 45. Punch 46. Color TV pioneer 47. "Gidget" star Sandra 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? TV Time Travel 1. Appearing on the "The Bullwinkle Show," this cartoon dog invents the time traveling WABAC machine to educate his adopted human son. 2. On this classic sci-fi series, a secret government project sends Tony and Doug hurtling through time to invari- ably land at some perilous event, such as siege of the Alamo. 3. An experiment leaves this physicist jumping about in the past and tempo- rarily taking the places of other people. 4. This longtime TV character was an alien Time Lord whose conveyance to the past and future was a British police box. 5. This hit animated series began with a pizza delivery boy being cryogenically frozen for 1,000 years, after which time travel served as a frequent plot device. Answers 1."Mister Peabody" 2. "The Time Tunnel" 3. "Quantum Leap" 4. "Doctor Who" 5. "Futurama" TRIVIA CHAIN - On July 9, 1777, New York elects Brig. Gen. George Clinton as the first governor of the independent state of New York. Clinton's career was marked by his hatred of British loyalists, called Tories. He kept the public's tax burden low by confiscating and selling land belonging to Tories to maintain state coffers. - On July 7, 1865, Mary Surratt is ex- ecuted for her role as a conspirator in Abraham Lincoln's assassination. Surratt's boardinghouse, a few blocks from Ford's Theatre where Lincoln was murdered, served as the place where a group of Confederate sup- porters conspired to assassinate the president. - On July 8, 1898, notorious con man "Soapy" Smith is murdered in Skag- way, Alaska. Smith earned his nick- name "Soapy" selling bars of soap wrapped in blue tissue paper. He promised crowds that a few lucky purchasers would find a $100 bill wrapped inside the $5 bars of soap. MOMENTS IN TIME PUZZLE PAGES By Dan Rice

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