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The Star May 24, 2021 Page 15 _'____ King Crossword _ Amber Waves by Dave T. Phipps Weekly SUDOKU 0K, LADIES, ISPECIFICALLY icoME our HERE AND THE Au. w: Do IS EAT SEED AN WHY Do IGET THE FEELING TOLD ALL or You NOT To EAT FIRST THINGISEE IS You PECKING GOSSIP. WE'RE BETTER THAN I‘LL BE EATING ALOtE AND NOW ACROSS THE SEED FROM THE FARMER. UP EVERYTHING SIGHT. THAT. 1 SAY WE ALL PROTEST! m THE CENTER or 6033:» 1 Met melody by Linda Thistle _5 "CSI" settings 9 Apply cream 12 Fender bend- er 13 Gumbo need 14 Mode lead—in 15 Instrument panel 17 Homer's neighbor 18 Thread hold— ers 19 "Tiny Alice" playwright 21 "Heavens!" Spud . 24 Green gem 27 Church seat 28 Ken or Barbie 09419531 5W: "V out ‘amipwis 592mm Mix izoao YUP. GOTTA ADMIT -- I DID DOZE OFF THERE \ A COUPLE'A TIME$. ~ \\- THAT WAS A LONG DAY, $1M, YOU MUST BE TIRED! ' PLOWIN’S ALL DON. . (.0 N (I) 0) Place a number in the empty boxes in such a way that each row across, each column down and each small 9-box square contains all of the numbers from one to nine. c. World rights reserved. .- III II 55 III DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: o 215,5 3 31 Glamorous ~ § Gardner 51 Wall St. debut 8 Nasser's suc- 30 lel bar neck- 0 Moderate 60 Challenging 5 32 Shoe width 52 Jacob's twin cessor lace 090 HOO BOY! , E3 33 Teeny 53 Author Ferber 9 "The Da \finci 35 Eastern path ©2021KingFeaiures5yndnlnc 3‘ 34 Baseball 54 "A mouse!" A Code" author 37 Sweeney g glove 55 Peel 10 Out of the Todd, for one 36 British "Inc." 56 Optimistic storm 39 Actress L mm film! 37 B'rith 11 Ordered Winona .' IBRA (September 23 to Octo- IIIEI EEIII 1 40 F . ( 22 . . f Elnang Eng 38 Son DOWN 6 Journallst emale hare r ' *x ber )Taklng tune out 0 your busy F 1 Huang mag 40 Opposite of 1 Tosses in Nellie 41 Theater award D . SChedlfle “fight-be the? be“ way to E El nyet 2 Harvest 20 Started 42 Aspiration ‘ i ‘ handle that sensnwe I’erate Immer- It by Fifi "ma E um 41 “pred" 3 Not many 22 Pearly whites 43 Gulf War mis— will help reassure everyone involved R0 , 43 Vile words 23 Dumbstruck sile about your priorities. guez EE-H-EI 47 Ghostly greet- 4 Not on the 24 Bread spread 44 Pedestal part _ , . , 3 i V i A ing road 25 Bird (Pref.) 45 Hostels ARIES (March 21 to April 19) SCORPI-O member. 23 t0 Novem . I'PRESIDENT51Wh‘Ch Pres‘ - El man 48 Music group 5 Novelist Anita 26 Appointment 46 Crucial time her 21) 103151011 fun d13C105ure by all ident s1 ned the Loursrana Purchase? Ea EEEEIEI ' " Although you would prefer to move . . g . at a New 6 Alias letters tracker 49 — was say- h parties before agreeing to be part ofa 2. MOVIES: Which 1960s mov- mm In El Years Eve 7 W3 C_C_ 27 Hide ing .. forward. at a Steady pace’ It mg the “great deal.” What you learn should ie featured the theme song “Foggy Elm El ll party cold... 29 Meadow 50 Indigo bread a gOOd Idea to “(tip 3nd reassess your help you decide whether to go with it Mountain Breakdown”? plans.You could in a good reason to 3. ADVERTISING: Sailor Jack and ‘N7 ' & ‘Ny makeachan e at this time. or mt. dog Bingo are the mascots for what 1 S h 1 n e l l .. A .. D g TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) Just SAGITT‘IERHYJS (Novfflpber 22 [0 snaCk? 8 5 2 5 7 2 8 6 3 2 3 5 when you thought you had everything Deccrlpber 1) 1our dec1s10n to gro- t'4. SICSIENcgt: \thhep was hthgqlntema— Y B B G Y E E O I O I U E planned to the smallest detail, you get tea t ,6 $6.6m t at was entrule to Iona pace 3 10,“ aunc e ‘ 2 5 8 7 2 5 3 5 2 3 8 5 7 - m1 1r e.u1ao -‘ some news that could unsettle th1ngs. 3'9“ gm ksome pprl f}; t t 15 wiiogfppzfagvsvesltztztem N T U S D B G A E l R C T But atimely explanation helps put it w‘lnsfiou 3163:1131:th O t 036 Who 6_ TELEVISION; The longfluuiug 8 3 6 2 5 8 5 3 6 8 3 5 3 all back on track- Va “8 "‘3 a“ y y‘ TVdrama“ER”is setinwhich US. city? E V D P K F T E E l- C O 0 GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) CAPRICORN (December 22 to 7. LANGUAGE: What is the mean- 5 6 8 8 4 5 7 5 3 7 6 Home and work continue to compete January 19) Creative activities take ing of the Latin plume, “autviam inve- I; 5 I: S g g g) I: 2 (2 I: <L51 for your attention. But you handle it on a practical approach as you real- “lam amfaCIam i well by giving each its Proper due. ize you might be able to market your 8. INVENTIONS: When d1d the L T R E T N S YE U B S Someone ou trust ffers valuable work Ask for advice from someone FDA approve the first oral contracep- 4 6 8 '5 6 5 3 8 7 4 7 3 2 . ,y . 0 '. d. h. tiveintheU.S.? o M c I E c R c s L H T D adVICC. LISten 10 1t. expenence mt 15 area- 9. HISTORY: The ancient city of 5 2 4 2 7 2 7 8 7 8 7 8 7 CANCER (June 21 to July 22) AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru_ Rome was built on how many hills? 3 E D N G T o E A s L S S Unsettling news creates a difficult but not impossible situation. Continue to follow your planned routine, but keep your mind open to a possible change down the line. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Lick your wounded pride if you like, but it’s a better idea to find out why your suggestions were rejected. What you learn could help you deal with an upcoming situation. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Feeling a bit listless? No wonder, Vnn minlif nllclainnitm‘horrl tn fin- ary 18) If you’re suddenly a bit unsure about your decision, ask trusted col- leagues and/or friends or family mem- bers for suggestions that could help resolve your doubts. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A workplace situation could get stormy. But stay on course until there’s a solution that meets with everyone’s approval, and things final- ly can calm down. BORN THIS WEEKzXoLJ keep. an. (men mind on most matters. making ,' - With the start of barbeque sea— , son, here are two tips straight from my local butcher about grilling meat: First, let meats come to room tempera- ture before cooking. It allows the meat to cook more evenly, and you wbn’t end up with a cold center and a burnt outside. Secondly, when your meat comes off the grill, give it time to rest before serving. This allows the juiced to redistribute throughout the cut of meat, and you’ll end up with .juicy goodness in every bite. —JoAnn ‘ “Bring a distinctive towel to a pool party so that you will know where your towel is. You can make an extra-large towel by sewing two smaller towels together, too.” — .A. in New York - “For a really fun take on kebabs, use fruit instead of meat. The kids especially love fruit on a stick. If you have some neat cookie cutters, use them to cut watermelon into different shapes.” -— M .M . in Michigan 0 The best outdoor tablecloths, espe- . cially on a windy day, are fitted single sheets. Simply fit the sheet over a stan- dard picnic table, and it’s in place and ready. The elastic at the comers keeps it from flying away. You can look at thrift and discount stores for fun pat— terns or just plain colors! CHECK YOUR PEEPERS! Our artist says there are 40 birds pictured above. You have just one minute to find them all. LUNCH BEAK! If six birds can eat six worms in six minutes, , how many birds will be needed to eat 100 worms in 100 % 'Spllq 001 ZJGMSUV minutes at the same rate? ANOTHER STARLING Starting with the word STAFiLING, try dropping one letter so that the remaining letters, in their original order, spell out a new word. Continue in this manner, dropping one letter at a time, until you reach the bottom of our word pyramid. As an example, if we started with the word FIRST we could get FIRST, FIST, FIT, IT, I. You have two minutes to solve this one. ‘aqussod aq lieu] Siemsue JBlllO 'l 'Nl ‘NIS ‘5)le ‘SNILS 'SNIHLS 'SNIHVLS ‘SNITHVLS ZJBMSUV i 1. Where was Jackie Wilson when he suffered a heart attack? 2. Name the Simon and Garfunkel song that was used in the soundtrack for the 1967 film “The Graduate”? 3. In which Hollies song does the name of the girl rhyme with “freckles”? 4. Which group released “Natural High” and “Outside Woman”? 5. Name the sOng that contains this lyric: “Come right back I just can’t bear it, I’ve got this love and I long to share it.” Answers 1. He was on “Dick Clark’s Good 01’ Rock and Roll Revue,” singing “Lonely Teardrops.” Wilson had a habit of taking lots of salt pills and water to create sweating, which he thought looked great onstage. Unfor- tunately, that combination also causes very high blood pressure. He never sang again. 2. “Mrs. Robinson.” The following year it won a Grammy for Record of the Year. 3. “Jennifer Eccles.” The name came from the wife of one Of the writers and the maiden name of the other writer’s wife. 4. Bloodstone, in 1973 and 1974. 5. “Have I the Right?” by The Hon- eycombs in 1964. The pounding drums were enhanced in the record- ©2021 King Features Syndicate, Inc. Illustrated by David Coulson —---—— by Charles Barry Townsend 10. MEDICAL: What is a common name for the condition known medi- cally as pyrexia? Answers 1. Thomas Jefferson 2. “Bonnie and Clyde” 3. Cracker Jack 4. 1998 5. Michigan 6. Chicago 7. I shall either find a way or make one 8. 1960 ' by Ryan A Berenz 1. Name the quarterback who start- ed for the San Diego Chargers in their 49—26 loss to the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl XXIX. 2. What Baseball Hall of Farrier, nicknamed “Double X,” became the second player in Major League Base- ball history to hit 500 career home runs when he achieved the milestone in 1940? . 3. Reality TV star Kendra Wilkin- son (“The Girls Next Door,” “Kend- ra”) was married to what NFL wide ' receiver from 2009-18? 4. What golf equipment manufac- turer introduced its Big Bertha line of , stainless—steel drivers in 1991? 5. During the Korean War, Boston Red Sox legend Ted Williams flew fighter jets and was wingman for what future astronaut/politician? 6. Shannon O’Keefe, Dasha Kovalo- va, Danielle McEwan and Bryanna Cote are athletes in what professional sports league? 7. For what Apple TV+ series did Jason Sudeikis win a Golden Globe award for portraying a ' backwoods American football coach who takes a job as manager of an English Premier League soccer club? Answers 1. Stan Humphries. 2. Jimmie Foxx. 3. Hank Baskett. 4. Callaway Golf Company. 5. John Glenn. 6. The Professional Women’s Bowl- ing Association (PWBA). 7. “Ted Lasso.” BIRDS OF A FEATHER! Hidden in the diagram above are the common names of 25 birds or families of birds. They can be found by reading up or down, left to right, or right to left. You'll even find them diagonally going up or down. Letters can be used more than once. Listed below are the 25 birds you're looking for: Crow Hornblll Shrike Duck KIWI Sparrow Eagle L°°'_‘ Starling Falcon 03mm Stork Parrot Gannet Panes" Swan Grouse pane. Tern Gull qua“ Turkey Heron Robln Vulture HERE IS A PLEASANT LITTLE GAME that will give you a message every day. It's a numerical puzzle designed to spell out your fortune. 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