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Augus 2, 2021 The Star Weekly SUDOKU by Linda Thistle Ell-IE."- IIIIIIEII HIE-IIIIIH Ell-HIEIE IIHIIIIII EIIHIIIII IfllllllflII 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. DIFFICULTY THIS WEEK: 9 . 0 Moderate 00 Challenging 0.0 H00 BOY! c 2021 King Features Synd.. Inc. em ARIES (March 21 to April 19) You still might have to deal with some lin- gering confusion that marked a recent workplace situation. But for the most part, you should now be 'well on your way to your next project. TAURUS (April 20 to May 20) A new commitment might demand more time than you’d expected to have to give it. But rely on that special Bovine gift for patience, and stick with it. You’ll be glad you did. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You’re earning the admiration of a lot of people who like the way you handle yourself when your views are on the line. Even one or two of your detrac— tors are being won over. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Tak— ing your responsibilities seriously is what you do. But ease up on the pres- sure gauge and make time for much needed R & R. Start by making this weekend a “just for fun” time zone. LEO (July 23 to August 22) Some recently uncovered information might make a change of plans inevitable. If so, deal with it as quickly as possible, and then find out what went wrong and why. What you learn might surprise you. VIRGO (August 23 to September 22) Aspects favor moving carefiilly and deliberately when making any significant changes. Could be there are more facts you need to know, which you might overlook if you rush things. - Coffee filters make wonderful glass cleaners. They leave behind no streaks and no residual lint. - Berries are in season, and there’s no greater time to stock up. But don’t feel like you have to make jam out of all the berries. Freeze in a single lay- er and transfer to a freezer—safe bag or container. Later they can be popped into muffins and quick breads, as well as eaten straight out of the bag for a delicious treat. - “Do you love burgers? Here ’5 a great thing our family does that saves money and is very handy: When ground beef goes on sale, we buy a large quantity and premake many burger patties, sea— soned and shaped just as we like them. Then we separate them with butcher’s paper cut into squares. We put them in stacks, and then into empty bread bags to store in the freezer. When we are getting ready to cook out, the patties don’t have to be all the way defrosted, just put on the grill and cooked up!”— AJ. in Florida - Okra, which is at its peak July through September, makes an excel- lent stew thickener. But it’s quite yum- my on the grill as well, brushed with olive oil and lightly seasoned. Just be sure you don’t wash it until you are ready to use it. There’s a natural pro- tective coating on it, and if you wash it off, it’ll get slimy. 1. What kin isthedoortothe doormat? 2. Whereisagoodplaceto go when you're broke? 3. What question must be answered ‘Yes”? 4. What was the best bet ever made? 5. What do you lose every time you stand up? @2021 King Features Syndicate, Inc. ‘del "WA '9 WW? BILL '7 MS S'B'A 5°09 INM. '8 W 01 09 "31910.31 dais 2 is"? ’l :uemsuv WV LINK-UPS! Here's a list of 12 short words, divided into two 1 MIL ELL columns. Turn them into six longer words by linking them “gs-r BLED together. To do this, draw a line from one word in the left gag-rs LED column to one word in the right. 'POIIEd ‘l-IW ‘polqu 'iiesmo ‘Ieuieu ‘sefieliw :flmsuv A TRIANGULAR WAGERI Lay out 9 sticks onlhetable,asshownhFig.1,andbetyour friendsthatlheymn’tmoveaofthestidato newpositionsandcreatesuiangles. 'euoeflieitpuesqfluemuuusyewequouno/(z'firdugumoqssewemeoqduemsuv Amber Waves R.F. D. DON’T LIKE TO MOW MY LAWN THE SAME WAY TWIC LIBRA (September 23 to October 22) A problem neighbor might be looking to goad you into an action you don’t want to take. Ask someone you both respect if he or she would act as an impartial arbitrator for both of you. SCORPIO (October 23 to Novem- ber 21) A recent workplace accom- plishment hasn’t been overlooked by those who watch these things. Mean- while, start making travel plans for that much-too-long-deferred trip with someone special. ' SAGITTARIUS (November 22 to December 21) Those money matters continue to move in your favor. Now would be a good time to start putting some money back into the house, both ' for esthetic as well as economic reasons. CAPRICORN (December 22 to January 19) A changing workplace environment can create job pressures. But, once again, follow the example of your birth sign and take things a step at a time, like the sure-footed Goat you are. AQUARIUS (January 20 to Febru- ary 18) Cheer up. You could soon have the funds you need for your worthy project. Your generous gifts of time and effort are well known, and someone might decide it’s time to join with you. PISCES (February 19 to March 20) Your inner scam-catcher is right on target, and you’re absolutely right to reject that too-good-to-be—true offer. Meanwhile, something positive should be making its way to you. YOU BORN THIS WEEK: You are generous and also sympathetic to people who find they need the help of other people. © 2021 King Features synd., Inc. :31L‘ 1 . Which single artist released “Hold Tight” as a dance cover in 1977? 2. Name the singer-songwriter who released “All by Myself.” 3. What was the first Jackson Five song to top the charts? 4. Which ‘Beatle released “Got My Mind Set on You” as a single? ‘ 5. Name the song that contains this lyric: “Sometimes a love won’t let go, Hard as I try I know it shows, Every- body’s telling me you’ll be over her eventually.” Answers 1. Vicki Sue Robinson. The song only reached No. 67 on the Billboard chart, but went to No. 2 on the dance chart. 2. Eric Carmen, in 1976. The verse is said to be based on Rachmaninoff ’s Piano Concerto No. 2. It’s not the only Rachmaninoff music that Carmen used as the basis for a song. 3. “I Want You Back,” in 1970. It was first performed on “The Holly- wood Palace” TV show in late 1969. Michael Jackson was 11 years old at the time. 4. George Harrison, in 1987. 5. “Who’s Holding Donna Now,” by DeBarge, in 1985. The song shot to N0. 1 on the Adult contemporary chart, as did their first top 10 release, “Rhythm of the Night.” DeBarge was made up of family members, mostly siblings. © 2021 King Features Syndicate Illustrated by David Coulson 316.2 MY DAD’S NO PROBLEM. BEAT US AT HDE AM) SEB< HE’S EASY TO HIDE FROM AND DOESN’T LOOK TOO HARD. f9 Us Features Syndicate, Inc. World rights reserved. SO ONCE I’VE RUN OUT OF DIFFERENT . ’ ” i . ‘1‘. P '3 II. it. I’IIIII I 1. GEOGRAPHY: In which European city would you find the Spanish Steps? 2. TELEVISION: What were the names of the parents on the animated TV show “The Jetsons”? ‘ 3. LITERATURE: Which 20th-cen- tury novel begins with the line, “This is my favorite book in all the world, though I have never read it”? 4. U.S. STATES: What is the state capital of Nevada? 5. HISTORY: What was the pen name used to publish The Federalist Papers in 1787-88? 6. ADVERTISING: What product is advertised in commercials that feature The Most Interesting Man in the World? 7. MOVIES: Which movie features the often-quoted line, “Round up the usual suspects”? 8. FOOD & DRINK: What kind of fish produces caviar? 9. ENTERTAINERS: What were the names of the sock puppets used by ventriloquist Shari Lewis? 10. SCIENCE: How many elements are on the Periodic Table? Answers 1.,Rome, Italy 2. George and Jane Jetson 3. “The Princess Bride" 4. Carson City 5. Publius 6. Dos Equis beer 7. “Casablanca” 8. Sturgeon 9. Lamb Chop, Charlie Horse, Hush Puppy and Wing Ding ' 10. 1 18 ‘ by Ryan A. Beng 1. In a 2004 ESPN special called “Util- ityman: The Quest for Cooperstown,” comedians Randy and Jason Sklar campaigned to get what player into the National Baseball Hall of Fame? 2. Pro Football Hall of Famer Steve Atwater was a hard-hitting safety for the Denver Broncos from 1989-98, but he played his final season in 1999 with what team? 3. In November 2014, what 47-year- old goaltending coach for the Buffa- lo Sabres suited up as an emergency backup netminder? 4. What Ohio State Buckeyes men’s basketball player was named Big Ten CoePlayer of the Year in 1999 and won the Frances Pomeroy Naismith Award (for the best shorter-than-aver- age player) 5. In 2001, the Baltimore Ravens were featured in the first season of what long-runnirg HBO documenta- ry series? 6. In roller deny, the players who score points andwear stars on their helmets are knowr as what? 7. “You got a belt—up glove, a home— made bat and a brand—new pair of shoes” are lyrics I) what 1985 song by John Fogerty? Answers 1. Jose Oquendo. 2. The New York Jets. 3. Arturs Irbe. 4. Scoonie Penn. 5. “Hard Knocks.” 6. The jammers. 7. “Centerfield.” — by Charles Barry Townsend FIND THE BIG WORDS! Using the definitions and the anagrams below. you must find the eight eight-letter words that fit into the framework pictured on the left. For each definition, the letters in the two anagram words must be unscrambled and used to form the word asked for. DEFINITIONS: ANAGRAM: 1. Type of invitation. drag even 2. A great summertime drink. dome + loan 3. He guards and herds animals. hogs + deep 4. A great place for a race. weed pays 5. Wrongdoings. dims + seed 6. An ill-mannered act. dens + sure 7. Every car has one. tore + dome 8. 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