The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 28, 1998 · Page 18
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SATURDAY, MARCH 28, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL I MATE BEING OK UNDERFUNDED PROTECT. CAM YOU SPARE SOrAE *ESOURCt5, LAOY? HOU) ABOUT THAT INTERN? Afl£ VOU USING HIrA? FIRST YOU HAVE TO V.EAP.M HOU) TO GIVE YOURSELF A SPONGE CATU W THE WATER FOUNTAIN. Peanuts 50 THE FAMILY 60£S INTO THE MALL, AND I'M LEFT ALONE IN THE CAR... ^3: HERE'S THE WORLP FAMOUS BI6-RI6 OPERATOR TOOLIN6 HIS WAfTOWARP OMAHA.. ONE MINUTE HERE WHILE IOE TAKE THE MAP OUT OF THE aoVE COMPARTMENT.. ONE MINUTE MERE WHILE WE TRY TO 6ET THE MAP BACK INTO THE6LOV6 COMPARTMENT.. ; WHEN 1W \H&& UUSB7 NONSTOP! Baby Blues M, . . . '• ' I I *-1..' ' < •Tlrfn-'f il /Vljllll IT'""' ^ttttS^qg/r^ «Mrf^i A.V! T': l ; ; three, Born Loser 1 IT 50 Kr\PP6N51 66T5C*A£THIN6 BOOKS ON AUWOT>pe CJOKt For Better or For Worse PLACE n VhsSHOOLDSO So SWSB ft SUB THEN WE WONT HftFiA MESS PfcHtos AU.TUO&& Rax Morgan, M.D. /J^N...J WAS JUST iw QiAP,5weerH£ARr/ HOW /\i?e you FSELwe? JumUe BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARQIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one teller to each square, to form four ordinary words. HOCAP U YEHRM LJ DALLIP DEFAUL f^S*!^ WHEN AN ASTRONAUT TAKES OFF, HE NATURALLY GETS Now arrange the circled tellers to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print an»w»r h*n: Yesterday's (Answers I Jumbles: HUMAN PENCE JAILED COMPLY Answer: What he did when the checkers champ Invited him to play - 'JUMPED- AT THE CHANCE Cryptoquip 3-28 R SZMWQZS MDV, BFPPTV DTQWYTK YRQZS GT BFDDTV ZFK-GTFPK. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THIS SIGN MIGHT BE SEEN AT A MASSEUR'S: WE WONT RUB YOU THE WRONG WAY. Today's Cryptoquip clue: G equals B The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words and words using an apostrophe give you clues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. The Lockhonns "LETS SEE WHAT MY WEATHERMAN SAYS." Family Circus 3-28 ©l»98 B« K.«nt, „,„. . OKI t>»Co«toi Syn4. inc. "The judge 'soused Mommy from jury duty and gave her a parole." Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Bum a bit 5 Show guts SRep.'s rival 12 Add cargo 13 Vacationing 14 Simile center 15 Ransom Eli- 16 Fashion 17 TV chef Martin 18 Monterrey moolah 19 Ms. MacGraw 20 Gumbo thickener 21 Journey segment 23 Exploit 26 Cubic capacity 28 Barbarous 32 One of Clio's sisters 33 Romeo 34 Gauguin's hangout 36 Take out of context? 37"—the 38 Aussie coat-of- arms symbol 39 Sunup 42 Possess 44 Spring occurrence 48 "Cybiir role 49 Condominium, e.g. 60 Herbert Hoover's home 51 Driver's license datum 52 Faction 53 Do what you're told 54 Bandleader Kyser 56 Served perfectly 56 Affirmative action? DOWN 1 Sound of stock footage? 2 He played the Skipper 3 Puts together 4 New Year's promise 5 Break 6 Off base 7 Semidi- Solutlon time: 27 mlns. HQHOl OnHEEHaniCl DEB QSHBB 011(3 BDHHD QUEH QBEJD ama Yesterday's answer 3-28 ameter 8 Potato bud 9"Banana Boat Song" 10 Jacob's brother '; 11 Tailless cat 20 Flip side of "HeyJude" 22 Overact 24 The Crucible" locale 25 Examine 26 Feast- famine link 27 —-dl-dah 29 "Hail!" to Caesar 30 Comprehend 31 Prior to 35 Containing mockery 36 Needing body work 39 Hard-drive insert 40 Vicinity 41 Ceraceous 43 Broad 45 Vagrant 46 Dumbstruck 47 Methods 49 "Bom in the—" /v j I jk. /IDCnV) F° r answers to today's crossword, call O Ul Vlr CL/ : 1 -900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. >»AN& IN RJRT/-I£P> FROM \/VA5HiN&TONA NEW NEW SPECIAL PROSECUTOR [ HERE'S ANOTHER SWEEPSTAKES THINS COR YOU.. JJPV/ THEV SURE ARE <5ETTIN6 " MORE HONEST ANt? REALISTIC... TWEV USED TO SAY IN VERY PINE PRINT/ "VOJR ~ CHANCES WINNING ARE ONE IN 65O MILLION" Hw&\ WHAT DO THEV SAV NOW? rT VOU HAVE THE SAME CHANCE OP)/ WINNING AS A SNOWBALL IN vou- KNOW- WMERE" Cathy rm NOT S«OPPIN& FOR A WARDROBE. IW HERE STRICTW FOR WEAR WN OR EUENIN& ;..OR PERHAPS THE CLASSIC SLEEVELESS SHEATH. WEAR IT WITH A JACKET W OAV REVEN&E... TOSS ON PEARLS FOR EVENING REVeN&e... ...STRAPPV FLATS FOR, WEEKEND REVEN&E.... WHICH CAN TRANSITION ALL SEASONS AND BECOME A 3A5-MV-A-VEAR, ANV-OCCA- &ION RE^EN&E /NOTHIN& SELLS IN THE WOfflEri OEPARTWENT ALSO PACKS WELL FOR /HID- VACATION EmPATrN. Sylvia A ovi Her*? '- ? ^fe- kt?

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