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2: Friday, August 22, 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. Ms. Ramirez of "Grey's Anatomy" 5. Cat cries 9. Network of "Shark Tank" 12. Poke 13. Strike out 14. Spike TV's "__ Rescue" 15. Thickening agent 16. Scrabble piece 17. Country singer Joe 18. Shown, "Hostages" star: 2 wds. 21. George Clooney's "Up in the __" 22. Brouhaha 23. Marathon swimmer Nyad 26. Song, "It's a __ World" 30. Luke Wilson's "__ School" 31. Tim Roth series, "__ to Me" 32. Susan or Petula 35. "Parks and Recreation" actress Aubrey 37. Jim Carrey movie, "__ Man" 39. Moo __ gai pan 40. Keri Russell spy series: 2 wds. 46. Jack Nicholson movie, "The __ Jakes" 47. Ripped 48. "The Man Who __ Too Much" 49. Assistance 50. Podded veggie 51. "At Last" singer James 52. "CSI" clue 53. Documentary, "The Hornet's __" 54. Try out Down 1. Falling-out 2. Ben Affleck movie 3. Horse color 4. Mrs. Rocky Balboa 5. TruTV's "__ City Masters" 6. Olympic runner Zatopek 7. Ms. Holland of "Arrow" 8. War horses 9. Aid a felon 10. 2010 Best Supporting Actor 11. Hilary Swank's "Boys Don't __" 19. "Covert Affairs" org. 20. Mr. Bergeron 23. Johnny Carson's bandleader 24. 1990s series, "__ Fly Away" 25. Ms. Maris of "Nurses" 27. __ __ carte menu 28. Tina Fey role 29. "Switched at Birth" actress Thompson 33. Deli loaf 34. "Family Ties" surname 35. Luau dish 36. Necklace type 38. Chimney output 39. "The __ Gatsby" 40. Mary-Kate, to Ashley 41. "Today" host Kotb 42. Misses the mark 43. Chip-in chips 44. Brooklyn team 45. Steve Forrest cop series 46. "All My Children" character Martin 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's Sport Coat Detectives 1. This private investigator is an ex-con- vict who lives in a battered mobile home on the beach in Malibu and drives a gold Firebird. 2. This fashion trend-setting series of the 1980s dressed its lead police detective in pastel-colored Italian sport coats with rolled-up sleeves over T-shirts. 3. Over a decade later, that actor played a San Francisco police inspector who drove a yellow 1971 Plymouth Barracuda on this series, which co-starred half of a "stoner" comedy duo. 4. On this 1978-1981 series, the private eye drove a red 1957 Ford Thunderbird which he parked in the living room of his con- verted warehouse space, located next to a casino. 5. The titular hero of this 1982-85 series was a Texas oil tycoon's son who used his fleet of cars, helicopter and a powerful Ap- ple III computer for his private investiga- tion hobby. Answers 1. Jim Rockford 2. "Miami Vice" 3. "Nash Bridges" 4. "Vega$" 5. "Matt Houston" TRIVIA CHAIN - On Aug. 31, 1888, Mary Ann Nichols, the first victim of London serial killer "Jack the Ripper," is found murdered. The police were at a complete loss for suspects. However, two letters alluded to facts known only to the police and the killer. These letters, signed "Jack the Ripper," gave rise to the serial killer's nickname. - On Aug. 27, 1937, George E.T. Eyston breaks his own automobile land speed record at the Bonneville Salt Flats in Utah, raising the mark to 345.49 mph. Eyston described his built-for-speed Thunderbolt as having two 2,000-horse- power Rolls Royce motors geared to- gether. - On Aug. 26, 1944, French Gen. Charles de Gaulle enters Paris, which had been formally liberated from the Germans the day before. As he entered the Place de l'Hotel, French collaborationists took a few sniper shots at him. - On Aug. 28, 1955, while visiting family in Money, Mississippi, 14-year-old Em- mett Till, a black teen from Chicago, is murdered for flirting with a white wom- an. His assailants -- the woman's hus- band and her brother -- were found "not guilty" by an all-white jury that deliber- ated for less than an hour. MOMENTS IN TIME PUZZLE PAGES By Dan Rice

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