Details for Prizeweek 11/30/18

PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE

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PRIZEWEEK PUZZLE: November 30, 2018

1500

Plus an additional $500 if you
y are a Sentinel subscriber!

All entries must be dropped off at Cost Less Food Company
in Hanford by Wed. - 10 p.m. or Corcoran by Tues. - 12 noon
You can also drop your entries off at The Sentinel office by Thurs. 10 a.m.

Prizeweek An$wer$

NAME:___________________________________________________________
ADDRESS: ________________________________________________________
CITY: ________________________________ STATE:______________________
PHONE:__________________________________________________________
I AGREE TO ACCEPT THE JUDGE’S DECISION AS FINAL
IS YOUR SENTINEL HOME DELIVERED? YES ❏ NO ❏
THIS LIST INCLUDES, AMONG OTHERS, THE CORRECT WORDS FOR THIS PUZZLE.

CREASE
DASH
DYES
EYES
FAN
GARNISH
GREASE
HOME
HOPE
LASH

LEAD
LEGION
LIVE
LOAD
LOVE
MINER
MINOR
NATIONS
NOTIONS
ODD

ACROSS

PRIZEWEEK CONTEST RULES

1. Solve the “Prizeweek” puzzle by filling in the missing letters to make the words that you think best fit the clues. To do this read each clue carefully for you must think
each one out and give every word its true meaning. The correct answers (and some incorrect ones, too) are included in the Word List.
2. You need not be a subscriber to this newspaper to enter. You may submit as many entries as you wish. No copies of the entry blank will be accepted, whether they are
hand-drawn or mechanically produced (printed, mimeographed, etc.) Only entries clipped from the newspaper will be accepted.
3. Anyone is eligible to enter except employees of The Hanford Sentinel, their families or agents of the newspaper, or employees of WestAmerica Bank or their families,
or the Hanford/Corcoran Cost Less Food Company employees or their families.
4. Each entry must be received by Wednesday of this week. Entries may be hand-delivered to the Cost Less Food Company at 102 S. 11th Avenue in Hanford no later
than 10 p.m. Wednesday or Corcoran by Tuesday at 12 noon or delivered to the Hanford Sentinel no later than 5 p.m. Wednesday. Mailed entries to the Sentinel
received after 5 p.m. Wednesday will not be counted.
5. The Hanford Sentinel will award the cash amount shown above to the contestant who sends or brings in to the Hanford Cost Less Food Company an all-correct solution.
If more than one all-correct solution is received, the prize money will be shared equally. Beginning with the October 8, 2010 puzzle, prize payouts will not exceed $2,000.
6. If no all-correct solutions are received, $25 will be added to the following week’s prize as well as another $25 to the subscriber bonus up to $500 maximum.
7. The final decision of the judges is final and all contestants agree to abide by the judges’ decision. All entries become the property of this newspaper. Only one prize will
be awarded to a family unit.
8. Everyone has the same opportunity to win, for every entry will be checked, and the winner announced. No claiming is necessary.
9. Drop entries in the “Prizeweek” box at the Cost Less Food Company in Hanford or mail to: BIG BUCKS PRIZEWEEK, THE HANFORD SENTINEL, P.O. BOX 9,
HANFORD, CA 93232.
10. The correct solution to this week’s Prizeweek game will be published the following Friday. Winners if any, will be announced the same day.
11. The Hanford Sentinel reserves the right to correct any typographical errors which may appear during the puzzle game. Winners must allow the use of their names and
photographs for publicity purposes.
12. The sealed correct solution will be kept in safekeeping by WestAmerica Bank.

2. Some consumers are hesitant about ordering items online because
when considering to_ or not, the result can be expensive.
5. Colleague claims,“The reason most people use _ is because it
makes whatever they’re working on look more appealing.”
6. Woman is relieved to discover that she got a very good rating based
on the results on her_.
7. Outcome of court case was that the cost of _, submitted as
evidence, was dependent on its weight.
8. Security expert, who’s training staff regarding safety measures,
explains it’s common to_ out if threatened by a thug.
10. At dinner party, guest talks too much about how bright_ is, and
dining partner tries steering topic to something more interesting.
12. Opposite of in.
13. Partner wants to quit sailing lessons after experiencing bad_ on
the water.
14. Rookie coin collector asks expert if she’s justified in her excitement
over finding a very_ coin.
15. These days, increased conflict in countries often seems to be the
consequence of _ fueled by intolerance of ruling governments.
17.“Simply because I’m a_ doesn’t mean my rights should be
ignored,” worker says to boss.
18. Noise made during sleep.

OLD
OUT
PAY
PRY
REGION
SHIP
SHIRTS
SHOP
SHORTS
SNORE

SON
SPELL
STOP
SUN
SWELL
UNSEEN
UNSEWN
VARNISH

DOWN

1. In a fit of impatience, man decides to throw blazer aside after
failing to get ugly-looking_ out.
2.“Just pack your old ones,” wife advises husband when he asks
what_ to bring to cabin.
3. Private detective cautions rookie that it’s not unusual to be
expected to _for vital facts.
4. Weeks before October 31st, child draws picture of muchanticipated
but still_ Halloween costume.
7. People who normally _ a quiet life may still enjoy taking part in
elaborate annual festivities.
9. Elderly couple clings desperately to their_, claiming it’s all they
have left.
10. Desist.
11. When discussing his childhood, great-grandfather explains how
enticing foreign _ was to boys who were hoping for adventuresome
lives.
16. Avid supporter.

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