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UKcR-JCURNAL, SUNDAY SEPTEMBER 2. 1990 H 9 CROSSWORD PUZZLE ' e r y S 4 m 1,5 a If Kir J I! I'c ph. A': QUOTE-ACROSTIC 'tilted by Charies Preston 51 Pidying 53 Author Umberto 55 Vice cop 58 " Camera" 59 Worship 60 WEAVERS 63 Wynter or Andrews 64 Flower shop purchase, in Paris 66 Mine find 67 Statewide trading org. 68 Entreaty 70 Peaceful birds 73 Care for 75 Past 78 Peter Gunn's lady 80 Beetle type 62 Salt Lake state 66 MASONS 80 Protozoan: Var. 91 Ripener 92 Within the law 93 Monogram of "The Raven" poet 94 Yellows 95 Accumulated 97 Parisian pal 99 English writer Charles 101 Short 40 Sudf 41 Shade of pink 42 ' Diary of Housewite" 43 Offbeat an movement 44 After a while 48 Popular street name 49 Tsps. 50 Relax 52 Sting operation 54 Suspicious of 56 $100 bill 57 Mora unusual 61 At no time 62 Marsh 64 Go by bike 65 "Mule Tram" Frankie 69 Guitarist Paul 71 What is new? 72 Dry expanse 74 Speechless 75 Open 76 Lovesick 77 Portent 79 Part of 93 Across 81 Narrow 83 Adolescent 84 "East of Eden" heroine 85 Lock holder 87 Shoot forth Sdndia 5 Discharged 6 Chilly 7 Nazimova 8 Secular 9 Grass 10 mode 11 Anthropologist Margaret 12 Exile 13 Doria 14 " was saying..." 15 Chart over again 16 Mrs. Ike 18 "I Get Out of You" 22 Namesakes of a Chaplin 24 Wood or Cole 25 "Revenge of the " 26 Vale or Stiller 32 Noteworthy time periods 34 Singer Lopez 35 " Marner" 37 "Arsenic and Old Lace" star 39 "Nothing can lie"; Herbert By Shiiiey Soloway ACROSS 1 Future drs. school 4 Noble-related 9 Latin dance 14 Bracelet bearer 17 Diva's forte 19 Gay: historic plane 20 Town on the Susquehanna 21 Red and Black waters 23 CARTERS 27 Rome'i port, of yore 28 "...nothing like " 29 Disastrous 30 Help 31 Showed feeling 33 They go with letters 36 Mexican eoverups 38 CARPENTERS 42 Nabokov book 45 Strike locations 46 Grainkeeper 47 Gulf of Ob peninsula 83 Pans ai parent 89 Garment shape 90 Vespucci 94 "Batman" West 96 Spaghetti sauce 98 Decree 100 Leave 103 Surtmaker 104 Hire 105 Enlarges 106 Drained of color 107 Data element 108 Andes climber 109 Monster types 112 Maugham s Miss , Thompson , 113 Hole . '. 114 More practical 117 Seashore t . feature .,' 119 monde -, 120 Former theater; org. 123 Heredity-related initials - 124 Glasgow refusal 125 Leb.s neighbor ' v 128 Undergrads ' snooze 102 COOKS 107 Debris 110 Diamond or Simon 111 " as good as a mile" 115 Math, subject 116 Gratuities 118 "Yankee Doodle Dandy" man 121 Accra s land 122 BAKERS 127 Feds 128 Namesakes of Lady Chaplin 129 Instructor, of a sort 130 On cloud - 131 Cool cucumber 132 Painter Albert Pinkham 133 Musial and Laurel 134 Eternally, in poetry DOWN 1 " Barbara" 2 Obliterate " 3 Mandates 4 Ruby or How to find the newsworthy quote and quoter 1. Define "Clues," writing definitions 1n answer column over numbered dashes. 2. Transfer letters to numbered squares in, diagram: the black squares separate words. 3. When pattern Is completed, quotation can be read from left to right. The first letters of the answer words, reading down, form an acrostic yielding the speaker's name and the topic of the quotation. Answer to puzzle will appear naxt week. CLUES A. Chuck B. If not WORDS HdTSTS 68 100To7"TTi7W i 02 C3 1 4 AS L 8 B 7 f 3 A 9 N 10 C 11 H 12 O 13 I i"" TTT 15 K IS B 17 C mmm f 19 N 20 0 21 N 22 A 23 C 24 H 25 K 26 N 27J 28 6 29D " M I 31 E 32 'k 33 O 34 H 35 N 36 O 37 K 386 39 D 40 I 41 L R42 S 43 A 44 K 45 F 46 0 47 G 48 H " 49 C 51 M " 52 L53 i 54 D 55 F 57 L 158 J 59 B 60 C mm' $Q 62 J 63 P 64 i " 65 f 66 0 67 S 68 6 59 Q 70 G 71 E 72 M 73 A " 7 M 75 J 76 0 77 E 78 S 79 P. 80 P 8t ft "" 82 I 83 Q 84 L 85 R 86 P 87 A 88 D 8 G90 P9t N92 I 93 A94 C 95 0 96 Q 97 P. """"" 98 G 99 P 100 B 101 H 102 D 103 K 104 J 105 L 106 M 107 B 108 N 109 E 110 K 111 J 112 L 113 P 114 H 115 R 1160 J"7G 1,8 S l19Nf " 121 B 122 F 123 R 124 0 125 I 126 E I""" 127 G 128 M 129 K 130 H '""j131 J 132B 133 N 134M 135 0 136 H 1370 138N 139 0 140 A 141 I 142 B 1143 M 144 G 145 fr111" ' ; I. I I 146 L 147 B 148 S 149 P ' 150 G 151 01 152 J 153 H 154 P 155 C " ' 156 K 157 S 158H 159 L 160 E 161 J' C. Baiter. .,, . occasionally 155T3TSTfjTJ D. In the manner of sailors E. Shaggy f. Gently cooked Q. Gilbert Keith "3T"7T77 10$ 126 16U T3TS-435l-63-rcS72T W m 13 "33 "IS "73 "98 TT7 133 17 133 "TT ?i "3? "45 13T lu 135 TsS 135 3 "55 153 "53 40 "52 IS ISIS "W! H. Binding J l."Jhe v, Jdaugham 2 was. transports: 2 12317 "58 62Tnl35731oll31l6T J wds. 1 2 3 : 4 ... 5 il 7 fj I 19 10 111 12 113 I 1 14 j 15 16 I 17 " iTl 19 ' 20 21 22X 23 24 25 26 27 28 " 29 "H 30 T; 31 32 ! 33 34 35 """j 36 37 38 39 40 41 " mHt0mmmiimmmKm0 mppm -" i ( - mgmmwmm - i---S-ii---iM-li 42 43 44 J 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 """153 Mrii 56 57 ""58 59 Sb" 61 62 " 63 64 65 : 66 "1 67 "6!)" """ n 71 72 """j 73 74 75 76 77 """" 78 79 80 81 82 83 oT" 85" 86 87 7 SiT" 8sT" ; 90 -. j-mJ 91 92 L 93 94 ,v.-'., 95 96 97 98 T1 99 100 H1 101 I. .." "I " .J " 106 I 107 108 109 110 I' " TTi 112 iTT 114 115 j TTE 117 118 119 120 Til 122 123 124 125 126 " 127 " 128 """" 129 j 130 " 131 132 " 133 "134 P.Considerate - Jfidway:2 -13-371rj3H5159l3g-25"32-4? 5- D.rubbed 135l55-37TT2l45-7T-3I"P-3 Jvl. Mended, as . Ja bone 106 74 128 134 143 51 72 , Qwb0rne:2 135T5131T5-65-6l"96T3 ' R. Virtuoso "53 123TT3 132 "51 "75 "97 "35 5155 19 2l "55 733 135 "51 119 In. Giving O. Copycat i -iT37-45-l"36-75TT5-33 a2a8nds,and; uSTTS 137-21-78 "42 "67 THE JUMBLE Unscramble these six Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form six ordinary words. GOHMEA 13 LAST SUNDAY'S PUZZLE ANSWERS KUNFLY J CROSSWORD QUOTE-ACROSTIC W' 0 v:: AlClUlPflC H k t KT HH OUf " A N C 1 QUHpTOWN (cdI THEPftlRFEC T s1e ItJU P Li A W R DEIBES 1 . THE FUNNYDONE . It's the rich man who isn't afraid to ask the clerk to show him something cheaper. James E. Atz, Milltown, Ind. , Inanimate objects are classified scientifically into three major categories: those that don't work, those that break down and those that get lost. Wayne Walters, Louisville Doctor: "Your leg is swollen but I wouldn't worry about it." Patient: "If your leg was swollen I wouldn't worry about it either." Christine Logsdon, Bardstown, Ky. . There are two kinds of people who don't say much: those who are quiet and those who talk a lot. Esther Falin-McNeely, Louisville Television hasn't replaced radio near as much as it has replaced housework. Glenn E. Spradlin, Munfordville, Ky. A friend's young daughter reported that one of her classmates was not in school that day. "I heard she is sick with 'dramatic fever.' " Opal W. Smith, Louisville I L. Dished M. Assertive N. Youngster O. Skidoo P. Instant Q. Nihility R. Horned S. Expediency T. Lesser U. Limelight A. Ostentation B. Romantic C. Off the beam D. Unmerciful E. Roast F. Kept pace G. Esther H. Henna I. Overwrought J. Lasted K. Immobile utiapnMMturE.-'- W V Mn V V I h I (P.J. O'ROURKE, HOLIDAYS IN HELL: Communism doesn't execute many people . . . ft bores them to death. Life behind the Iron Curtain is like living with your parents forever. There are millions of do's and don'ts. It's a hassle getting the car keys. PRYNTA i m i i t'J. STIMCY 1 i n h i 1ST 01 L V E S DCl A I R ODOll 0 H 0 U $ U WHEN PENTI5T5 ARE NOT, THEIR PATIENTS USUALLY ARE. RAAPPE n r n k A w ' Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as sug-. gested by the above cartoon. JUMBLE Last week's words: HELIUM COUSIN TRUISM INBORN FAMOUS BROKER PRINT YOUR ANSWER IN THE CIRCLES BELOW Clue: That meddler's business was something that was this. Answer: NONE OF HIS BUSINESS ANNIVERSARIES WEDDINGS .it t..1' tr- j Karen ' Denise i Slider and Michael Timothy Z Nichols -1 V lilwt.(imT.trSimlll,,l.,ifri-mi)rial Cynthia B. Wheeler and Steven D. Nickens Cynthia B. Wheeler of Silver Spring, Md., daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Randolph L. Wheeler of Louisville, and Steven D. Nickens of Silver Spring, son of Mrs. Harriet J. Nickens of Riverton, N. J., and Mr. Theodore R. Nickens of Washington, D.C., were married at 2 p.m. yesterday at Alfred Street Baptist Church in Alexandria, Va. The bride attended the University of Kentucky, attends George Mason University and is assistant to the vice president of finance at D. H. Lloyd and Associates Inc. in Washington. The bridegroom is a graduate of Rutgers University and is vice president of marketing for Ventura Consultants in Rock-ville, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Quentonj'Mc-' Donald of Mannsville, Ky.'wil celebrate their 50th anniversary-next Sunday with a reception from 1 to 5 p.m. in their "Music Barnw in Mannsville. ' I ' Mr. McDonald and Mrs. "McDonald, the former Ruby Ellen, Ford, retired in 1978 from General Electric Co. They were married Sept. 2, 1940, in Jeffersonville. They have three children, Dwanetta Robinson, and Gerald and Kevin McDonald, all of Louisville; five grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Newbolt of Louisville celebrated their 65th anniversary Aug. 25. Mr. Newbolt retired from Ashland Oil Co. and is a real estate broker and member of the Louisville Real Estate Association. Mrs. Newbolt the former Leona Brit-ton, is a member of the Louisville Real Estate Association. They were married Aug. 25, 1925, in Tulsa, Okla. Col. and Mrs. Henry Bethel of Frankfort, Ky., will celebrate their 50th anniversary with an Alaskan cruise. Col. Bethel is retired from the U. S. Army. Mrs. Bethel is the former La Verne Preston. They were married Sept. 1, 1940, in Louisville. They have three children, Pam Bartley of San Francisco, Paul Bethel of San Diego and Darryl Bethel of Frankfort; and four grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Calvert R. Pettit of Loulsllle celebrated their 50th anniversary Aug. 11. Mr. Pettit retired in 1981 from McMahan Enterprises. Mrs. Pettit the former Clemma Wentworth, retired in 1989 from Jefferson County Board of Education. They were married Aug. 10, 1940, in Ghent Ky. They have five children, Bob Pettit of Crestwood, Ky., Jo Jud-son, Sue Robertaccio, Cal Ray and Jim Pettit, all of Louisville; and three grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert L. Smith of Louisville will celebrate their 50th anniversary today with a reception at 2 p.m. at Fern Creek Community Center, 6108 Bardstown Road. Mr. Smith and Mrs. Smith, the former Ruby Davis, are retired from Brown Forman Distilleries. They were married Sept. 13, 1940, in Elizabethtown, Ky. They have three children, Linda S. Nason, Donald L. and Lanny R. Smith, all of Louisville; eight grandchildren; and one greatgrandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Herman G. Spencer of Louisville will celebrate their 50th anniversary Friday. Mr. Spencer retired after 27 years with Anaconda Aluminum. Mrs. Spencer, the former Flora E. Langley, retired after 15 years with Modern Industries. They were married Aug. 31, 1940, in Louisville. They have nine children, Marilyn Wethington, Judy Knoop, Rita Pratt, Rosie Carroll, Jana Crews, Geraldine, Mike, Larry and Bobby Spencer; and 20 grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert N. Wright of Louisville celebrated their 50th anniversary Aug. 24. Mr. Wright retired in 1979 as manager for Allied Sporting Goods. Mrs. Wright, the former Lina E. Sherlock, retired in 1986 from the accounting department of Sears Roebuck and Co. They were married Aug. 24, 1940, in Louisville. They have two children, Diane E. Jones of Mount Washington, Ky., and Ronald N. Wright of Louisville; and six grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D, Blaugher of Louisville will celebrate their 50th anniversary Wednesday with an open house from 2 to 9 p.m. at their home, 6842 Green Meadow Circle. Mr. Blaugher retired in 1983 from Milliken & Co. Mrs. Blaugher is the former Lillian June Walker. They were married Sept. 5, 1940, in East McKeesport, Penn. They have one child, Nedra J. , McCloskey of North Huntingdon, ' Penn.; and four grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Fallis Buky of Frankfort Ky., will have their 65th anniversary Saturday with a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. at Ash-wood Place, Frankfort Mr. Buky is a retired Southern' Bell employee and a former member of the Kentucky Legislature. Mrs. Buky is the former Mildred Bibb. They were married Sept, 11, 1925, in Louisville. They have one child, Lois Jean True of Frankfort; five grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. James B. Hlgdon of Louisville will celebrate their 50th anniversary next Sunday with a noon Mass at St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1920 Newburg Road, followed by a reception at the Medical Arts Building, 1169 Eastern Parkway. Mr. Higdon retired in 1984 from William J. Showalter and Sons. Mrs. Higdon, the former Pauline Bush, retired in 1980 from Stewart's Dry Goods. They were married Sept. 2, 1940, in Louisville. They have three children,, James P., Charles T. and Robert E. Higdon, all of Louisville; and : eight grandchildren. Deborah Rene jf V i Stringer lt V't S and ; - 1 John A Paul 11 ' Topp N ' . , 3iaren Denise Slider, daughter fMr. and Mrs. Robert Parrish fild Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm E. SHder Jr., and Michael Timothy jffichols, son of Mr. Carlos N. S:hols and the late Mrs. Phyllis a Nichols, were married at 7 Oh. yesterday at Louisville Pres-Werian Theological Seminary. & are of Louisville. "JThe bride is a graduate of Sullivan Junior College of Business gjjd is employed by Honeywell Inc. The bridegroom attended the Cfciversity of Louisville, is an efectrician for Local 369 and is wapfoyed by Henderson Electric QJ. ' Linda Darling White and William Earl Klllen Jr. ' Linda Darling White of Louisville, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adams White of Floyd Knobs, Ind., and William Earl Kil-len Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. William Earl Killen Sr. of Louisville, were married Aug. 25 at Floyds Knobs Christian Church. I The bride is a graduate of Ivy Tech and is an licensed practical nurse for Hillcrest Health Care. The bridegroom Is self-employed. Make your time more prime. Deborah Rene Stringer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Stringer, and John Paul Topp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Topp, were married at 1 p.m. yesterday at Guardian Angels Catholic Church. All are of Louisville. The bride attended Eastern Kentucky University and Jefferson Community College and is employed by Sears, Roebuck & Co. The bridegroom is employed by Topp's VW Service. Every Evening." . j : t :.

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