Pg 22 • MAY 2020 • UPBEAT TIMES, INC. May 2020 Crossword! Punitentiary #2

Anything is paw-sible when you have a dog.

The Dalmatian hid from people because he didn’t want to be spotted.

The dog catcher liked to sing while he picked up strays, “You ain’t nothing but a pound dog.”


1. Castrated male cats 5. Prefix indicating “Upon” or “Above”

8. Forms on a wound 12. Wings 13. Demon 15. Sharpen 16. Inferno

17. Sporting venue 18. A grandson of Adam 19. In a disloyal manner 22. Obese 23. Not hers 24. Cornice 26. What you blink with 29. Shoot for 31. Not amateur 32. Underway 34. Surge 36. Burden 38. Gossiper

40. Prefix indicating “Within” 41. Dissuade 43. Units of paper

45. Conditioned emotional response 46. Bushes 48. What the lion did 50. Sense 51. Utilize

52. Central Processing Unit 54. Filled with anxious expectation 61. Part portrayed 63. Select by voting 64. A climbing plant 65. Sicknesses

66. Separates and classifies 67. Historical periods 68. Young males 69. Biography (abbrev.) 70. Obscene pictures


1. Long hook 2. Pelvic bones 3. City in Italy

4. Be in an agitated emotional state 5. Ireland 6. P P P P 7. Hotels 8. Third person singular female 9. Meeting 10. Dwarf buffalo 11. Superlative of “Good” 13. Alter 14. Valleys “Hail”

21. Barks

25. Moral weakness 26. Sea eagles

27. In a young manner 28. People who accomplish 29. Perfume from flowers 30. Finished 31. Seedcase 33. Anagram of “Eon” 35. Beetle 37. Withered 39. Quantities 44. Backtalk

47. Style of music

49. Passes a rope through a hole 52. Baby’s bed

53. Played on horseback or in the water

55. Sloven person 56. A beautiful and graceful girl 57. Prefix indicating outer 58. Company 59. Tree sloth

60. In order that not 62. S


What kind of dog does Dracula own? A blood-hound.

It’s raining cats and dogs. That’s fine, as long as it doesn’t reindeer.

20. Anagram of

You really shouldn’t be intimidated by advanced math…it’s easy as pi!

The Springs Come Alive

...continued from page 17 42. Regrets

one that would help them build stronger creative community connections while also helping uncover new creative opportunities to participate in. With that, the Springs Creatives group was born. It’s now been meeting monthly for over the past 18 months and adding new members almost every month. The group now exceeds 35 and regu- larly focuses their time together on sharing cre- ative best practices, identifying and collab- orating on community public art projects that help enrich the artistic and creative culture of the Springs commu- nity, and finding new ways to help encourage and mentor young and emerging Springs artists and creatives.” Of the Springs Creatives Tryg- stad says, “There has been a growing interest in making the Springs a culturally rich arts desti- nation, a vision that has been supported by Su- pervisor Susan Gorin for years.

More Info?

Contact: Brad Maihack: Co- founder Springs Creatives and Popup Public Art Grant Project Manager 650-868-7783

Thena Trygstad: Co-founder Springs Creatives

thena@artescapesonoma. com 707-938-8808 Kendra Rimbach: Co- founder Springs Creatives 408-234-6822

JOKES & Humor # 5

A vacuum salesman appeared at the door of an old lady’s cot- tage and, without allowing the woman to speak, rushed into the living room and threw a large bag of dirt all over her clean car- pet. He said, “If this new vacuum doesn’t pick up every bit of dirt then I’ll eat all the dirt.” The woman, who by this time was los- ing her patience, said, “Sir, if I had enough money to buy that thing, I would have paid my electricity bill before they cut it off. Now, what would you prefer, a spoon or a knife and fork?”

“Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another

city.” George Burns

If every seed turned into a plant, we’d be living in a very different world. ~ Hope Jahren

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