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June 23, 2014 The Star Page 15 Weekly SUDOKU by Linda Thistle 4 2 1 7 3 8 2 4 9 8 9 7 4 3 4 5 1 6 3 1 7 6 5 6 2 8 9 3 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, Moderate ** Challenging . Jr HO0 BOY! @ 2014 King Features Synd., Inc. ARIES (March 21 to April 19) Don't be sur- prised if, in spite of your well-made plans, something goes awry. But don't worry. Your knowledge of the facts plus your Arian charm will help you work it out. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A personal relationship seems to be demanding more than you feel you're able to give. Best advice: Confront the issue. You could find the situa- tion surprisingly easy to work through. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Resist being pressured into meeting your self-imposed deadline. This is important if you really feel that taking more time to finish a project could save time in the long mn. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A vacation choice seems less interesting than when you rest made it. Could it be a matter of the place or the people going with you? Find out be- fore you consider a change of plans. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Someone might be overriding your Leonine logic to get you to agree to "favors" you would normally avoid. Take a new look at what you've been asked to do and see if you've been misled. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Try to keep that emerging "judgmental" aspect in check this week. Too many critiques on rela- tively unimportant issues could create a lot of negative bounce-back reactions. 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But be aware that a satis- factory resolution could still be a long way off. SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) It's not like you to choose the easy way rather than the right way to do things. So, fol- low your instincts and feel assured they will lead you to the right decision. Good luck. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) Hold off on making a personal commitment until you find out what it really entails and whose interests are actually involved. There could be hidden facts you need to know. AQUARIUS (January 20 to February 18) A new friend offers an unexpected opportunity that could lead to a career change. Check it out carefully and consider getting an assess- ment from someone familiar with this field. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) A sur- prising discovery leads to mixed reactions from those involved in the "revelation." But as you come to appreciate the truth, you'll be able to also come to terms with your feelings. BORN THIS WEEK: Your love of travel helps you appreciate the wonders of the world. You would find a satisfying career in any travel-related industry. JA)MSffLO,USL- (c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc. .L U a X a ~ V a a o 35 Needed a 57 Put forth, 21 Expert need i s a n q a a a a .L rubdown as energy 22 Pouch 45 Use a a a i u o a i t~ u 3 maybe ' 24 "Today" rival, teaspoon m 7_ m 37 Versatile DOWN 26 ;iiti:/ly 46 ESeSe~ce StR0 dn, em! ..xm. s o q,IvVT -s bean g g s rmm 38 Burn with2 Raw mineral through mountain ~-~-~ v ~ ~ 0 steam 3 Suder's snow 50 Apiece -- o, q s J. v u 41 Weep loudly destination?. 28 Fervor 51 Superlative. s. o 9 o BlIs d 43 Gen- -- 4 Organic 30 Neatnik's end,ng 1, GEOGRAPHY: What kind of crea- ~ T q iN 44 Therefore compound diagnosis, at tures were the Canary lslands named for? 3 ~'-T-ff ~)-'a "a o- e--~" e 5 Fast times 2. FAMOUS QUOTATIONS: Who once ~ R o d n v N ::liEI V 2014KingFcaturcsSynd.,Inc. said, "There's no trick to being a hu- S a i ~ o u ~ morist when you have the whole govern- "SUl.Ua /..g :eual.:l UO!:l.gloS I ment working for you"? [ ] 3. MOVIES: In which movie was the fol- W i S h i n g W e 11 LAFF - A - DAY acter? "Fat, drunk and stupid is no waylwing line uttered, and by which Char- 4 2 / 4 3 5 8 b ~5~ T )-'--'8 ~" [ s E , e ~ , Y , O ~ X U ~ ~ _..-~ to go through life, son." ,'i du o 4"A O :W" thuman 'a"d - rowt..o=one ' I I I ~7----~--6 I : ; i ii m ~"~ I k3C" 5. MUSIC: In musicalnotation, what O E I L R C Y E C S L I O I I I ~1~1 "~ does the direction "mezzo" mean? 6. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: Of the ~~ I i i I m seven deadly sins, the biggest one is C M S R A T T I N N S N A I , I m ! - ! missing from this list -- avarice, envy, ~ ~ m :~ ;~ ~, ~i ), gluttony, lust, sloth and wrath. What is it? L L I I U O O E V I U M A I ~ ~,&~-F~C,N qr~_?~ m;~ 7. ENTERTAINERS: What was come- ~~ ] ~ ~'_~ '&3~~~~ dian Jackie Gleason's famous parting E U R R D F 0 E N N S E B I ~ ~~ ~l[~ line? ~ ~ ' --[ ~ ~"::~~~_.,,~ ~'~ |~ ~l[~mm 8. LANGUAGE: How would you de- P E R A D T I E A N S Y E I i~i;i ~~~"/ i!~1 !~| ~~ scribe someone who is "garrulous"? HEREISAPLEASANTLrrrLEGAMEIhatwilIgivayoua [ ~ ~gi~4%'1'~ [ ! i~1~~ 9. TELEVISION: The show "Twinmessageeveryday. It'sanumericalpuzzledesignedtospell I ::,1 m I i out our foaune. Count the etters in our name., the I / 'q ff ! * Peaks" was set in which U.S. state? numberoflettersis6ormore, subtract4.1fthenumberisless I m ~ 10. TRANSPORTATION: Where might thane, add 3. The result is your key number. Start at the up- I/ ! -- x"r i youridea"vaporetto"? , per left-hand corner and eheck one ofyour key numbers, left i/ | I iI I to right. Then read the message the letters under the I/ " ~-. ~- I II Answers checked figures give you. I- El, II 1. Fierce native dogs (Canaria) BY " ~ ~:'. 1.01 ".'~4) 2. Will Rogers ~ ~_ I1~ 3. "Animal House" (Dean Wormer) ~ : ~.:~ ~HENRY BOLTINOFE 4. Pituitary 5. Middle or moderate 6. Pride 7.8. Talkative"and aWaYorWechattygO ..." ~ ~ t~ "~"-~ ,N~"~l--~c~ "1 don't want to scare you. But Pop says if 9. Washington I don'tgetbetterreportcards, someone 10. Venice, Italy. A vaporetto is a motor- boat used for transport in the canals. 4v ~c. "~" I! OK. BEFORE YOU SAY ANYTHINe, THIS IS MAY HUSBANb'$ FAULT...6IVE A ANt) 1. Name the last major-league team be- fore the 2013 Tampa Bay Rays to com- pile at least seven complete games in one ! month by its pitchers. 2. In 2013, Baltimore's Chris Davis be- -~ came the third player in major-league his- tory to have at least 40 doubles and 50 homers in a season. Name the other two. 3. How many quarterbacks were picked before San Francisco's Colin Kaepemick in the 2011 NFL Draft? 4. When was the last time before 2013 that the University of Michigan men's CAN YOU TRUST YOUR EYES? There are at least six differ- ences in drawing details between top and 10ottom panels. How quickly can you find them? Check answers with those below. 0~!ss!m s! u8!8 '9 "|u~B!P s! gns ~!qls8 "(; "l~!ss!,tu s! leO~ ") "|t,leJatJ!p ~..l!eH ": "8u!sa!I.,U ,~. leNSe8 "g "8U!$S!tU s! qouefl "l. :seouaJeg!O THEY'LL DO IT EVERY TIME BY AL SCADUTO 1. Name the song that mentions these "The best way to get a bloodstain out of colors and pigment hues: Prussian blue, clothing is by dousing the stain with hy- scarlet, crimson and Havana lake. drogen peroxide and washing as usual. 2. Who had a hit with "Take It to the For clay stains, you absolutely must have Limit"? a Fels-Naptha bar. It looks like a bar of 3. Name the song that mentions mashed soap, and you wet the material and rub in the soap. It's magical. This,coming from potatoes, toast and jam, and T-bone a softball mom whose daughter loves to steaks. slide." -- A.A. in Florida 4. Who released "Yester-Me, Yester- You, Yesterday"? Add these to the list of items to elimi- 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: nate the odor of cooking cabbage: a heel "I'm young and I love to be young, I'm of bread, a whole walnut or a pinch of free and I love to be free, To live my life baking soda. the way I want, To say and do whatever I please." It's easy to make your own spreadable butter. Simply whip 1 pound of softened butter and 1/2 teaspoon of salt. Slowly Answers add 1 cup of olive oil. Beat up to 5 min- 1. "Wear Your Love Like Heaven," by utes to add air and increase volume. Pour Donovan in 1967. Many still talk on into two 1-pint containers and refrigerate, message boards about the song's mean- It's economical, spreads like soft mar- ing. garine, tastes great and you get the bene- 2. The Eagles, in 1975. It's one of the fits of olive oil in a natural product. .few Eagles songs written in 3/4 waltz time. "Before I go to the beach, I freeze an ice-cube tray full of lemonade. Then, we 3. "Bread and Butter," by the Newbeats use the cubes in our travel cups. It keeps in 1964. basketball team reached the Final Four? 5. In 2013, Jaromir Jagr set the record for most career game-winning goals (122). Who had held the mark before him? 6. Of the 56 winners (through 2014) of the Daytona 500, how many started on the pole?