Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois on April 20, 1993 · 103
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Chicago Tribune from Chicago, Illinois · 103

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Tuesday, April 20, 1993
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Chicago Tribune, Tuesday, April 20, 1993 Section 7 KIDNEWS 11 Will shooting a fibber make him stop lying? Nope. In death he lies still. What did one burp say to the other burp? Let's be stinkers and go the other way. KIDNEWS CHICAGO TRIBUNE TlflllM ILL EVEN EAT 'M rr I OAV ( 7 WAPE. Vlf S NEVT PAY AT IJLINCM j irM M Pxjsw HkyviScS All 1 v Challenger Fill each square with a number, 1 through 9. Horizontal squares should add up to totals on right. Vertical squares should add up to totals on bottom. Diagonal squares through center dot should add up to the total in upper and lower right-hand corners. More than one answer is possible. .Hid i' 1 1ST I 22 I i I 1 I 8 Him 3 10 I 2 8 7 1 16 JJ- lU'UP ".-M injiiiii .1 "' i ili iiLJJai JUiiJlii 10117 ID0CD : : Wuzzles By Tom Underwood Each Wuzzle is a riddle which creates a disguised word, phrase, place or saying. Example: noon good good afternoon (Because the word "good" comes after the word "noon.") 2. OATH UR Brain teaser How many different letters of the alphabet can be removed from the beginning of words to leave new words with the same pronunciation? We mean like eerie - e erie. Using only common words (no capitalized words allowed), see how many same-sound subtractions you can come up with. Besides E, we thought of seven. Answers: '3OVfA AV "JU33 'JU30S S "BUJEJ 'Burert t iou 'joiq mo 'jnoq . h t10 nu3 O 'SPI PP3 V Reprinted from Games magazine, 19 W. 21st St, New York 10010. 1993 B & P Publishing Co., Inc. Bonus jokes off the week Q. Did Moses wear a wig? A. Yes. Sometimes he was seen with Aaron and sometimes not. Q. Did you hear about the actor who fell through the floor of the theater? A. It was just a stage he was going through. Teacher: Would it be correct for me to say, "I have went away"? Pupil: Of course not! You ain't went away, you're still here. Teacher: What are raised in wet climates? PupiL Umbrellas. Q. How do you get rid of a boomerang? A. Throw it down a one-way street. Teacher. I asked for a two-page essay on milk and you wrote two lines. Pupil: It's about condensed milk. Answers ii 6m9 u Wuzzles: ineo jepun ejB noA z eep! paBq-iBH 'V Give us a laugh We need hot jokes. Write to Jokes, Rm. 567, 435 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 60611. Or subscribe to Chicago Online and send in your jokes by computer (screen name Kid-News). For information call 1-800-922-0808. Word for Word The Nuthoads MY MOM MADE ME CREAM CHEESE AND SUCCOTASH SANDWICHES FOR LUNCH TODAY, NERDELL.. YUCKUl .' Mj -Adam WtAep-C'S WALDO? MBHMHHaMMiMHaHa"MMnMMWMMIMMMBaaa 1 f ioj cAfJ All 5-r op I LOT B I CCeR. Ab HEANZ K I i THAJ iov joolc Actually thiak!!! TAURUS (April 20-May 20). A friend is trying to start a fight with you. Don't pull any punches verbally. Just sit face to face and give it to him straight, GEMINI (May 21 -Juno 21). Joking around with a group of friends is not only fun, but in between all the yuk-yuks are a few terrific ideas. Your homework is to put those ideas into action, CANCER (June 22- July 22). Ya know that project everyone's wishing you luck on. , . you don't need luck when you have talent. Don't worry. You're OK. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22). Seems like all your work is keeping you from going outside to play, but you'll be done by the time the weather's nice. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sapt. 22). Hey, Mr.-I've-got-feelings-too. . . So, what? You can dish it out, but you can't take it, eh? Maybe next time all parties will think before saying anything. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23). Family. , . yeah, they matter and there's a little matter that needs to be dealt with. Convene in the kitchen (as usual). Chat. Your birthday this week Here's a riddle: What's something you've had all your life, is a ton of fun to play with and it doesn't need any batteries? Your imagination. Turn it on for hours of fun. XA SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 21 ). You always remember what others tell you, but when it's your turn, it's like talking to a wall, right. Find one who'll listen, SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21 ). Your talents as a mediator are truly incredible. (Ever consider a striped shirt and whistle?) Your sense of fair play is probably why you have so many friends. CAPRICORN (Dee. 22-Jan. 19). You've got two choices: Either wipe that silly grin off your face, or spill your guts. That secret's bustin' to come out. Please? AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 1 8). You read a lot, but have you read between the lines lately? Someone may only be posing as nice. Not a model friend, eh? PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20). Everyone wants to be president of your fan club. (Is it your cologne, or what?) Definitely take the compliment, but don't take advantage of the situation. ARIES (March 21 -April 1 9). Share, und share alike. But when it comes to opinions, that's a whole other ball-game. Everyone's entitled to their own.

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