The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on March 30, 1998 · Page 16
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68 MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL man I CAN'T GIVE YOO A RAISE BECAUSE: vou'Rt ABOVE THE SALARY rAIOPOINT. OUT AT LENST YOUR STOCK. OPTIONS ARE DOING GREAT! Jumble I DON'T HAVE ANY STOCK OPTIONS. OH. I'rA PROBABLY THINKING OF Crossword NEXT, IT SAYS I SHOULD COACH YOU ON YOUR INTERPERSONAL SKILLS. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble thrn* four Jumbtot, on* tetter to each square, to form four ordinary word*. HOW HE FELT WHILE ROOFING THE POLICE STATION. HOW MUCH IS THAT IN D06 YEARS? Now arrange the circled letters to lorm the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. ONE HUNPREP AND ONE- ONE HUNPREP ANP TU)0.. ONE HUNPREP (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: POACH RHYME PALLID FEUDAL Answer: When an astronaut takes of), he naturally gets - FIRED UP ANP THREE... \rV0NRERFVL PREAMS THINK HAVENCWIN6 WHATSOEVER TO GO Bern* ww WARNING'for the 18 years you Will be WRON6 abbufc EVERYTV4IN6." B ' A - -Q.C43-J Q U R Q R Y BYQNCKWNQWJ RJABNRO BE RLQ QC BYEBEQ CY UBE LNBKREWR. Saturday's Cryptoqulp: I THOUGHT OLD, CANNED LEGUMES MIGHT BE CALLED HAS-BEANS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: L equals P 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 Born Loser wmhoestOaol.com "DOES THIS INVOLVE ME GETTING OP, WRITING A CHECK AND FINDING A STAMP?" Family Circus For Better or For Worse &D,THey'\feQcrr Me ffT |n BUT THE copy's BeeM BY fLlKE.WHKTSTFte -" TWO EDITORS flLREftpy ~ — ANl* I'KJ! I VP A/^AIklQ.T" Ol908 Bi! Kesna. I no* DW. by CoAloa Synd. "You better mind your P's and cutes." Sarfleld BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Hulot'9 portrayer S Massage 8 Place for bubbles 12 Command to the troops 14 Thought 15 Friars'fun 16 Oast 17 Golfer Ernie IB Put one's two cents in 20 Book- jacket paragraph 23 Contributor to Bartlett's? 24 Family member 25 Uris book 28 Skater Babilonia 29 Mountain nymph 30 Piratic potation 32 Ideal places 34 Whine 35 Workout stats 36 Run, as color 37 Devotee, and then some 40 "Bali -" 41 Paddock parent 42 Something to follow? 47 Valhalla VIP 48 Old story 49 Took care of 50 "Pinafore" designation 51 Base-runner's goal DOWN 1 "High -" 2 G.I. mail addr. 3 Scone- eater's quaff 4 Magazine ad card 5 Reformer Jacob 6 Coffee vessel 7 Ornamental flowers 8 It comes in pieces 9 Tennis situation 10 Word form meaning "distant" 11 Straight flush, e.g. 13Qty. of Solution time: 25 mln. Saturday's answer 3-30 energy 19 "On Golden —" 20 Dracula, sometimes 21 Island feast 22 Monad 23 Neighborhoods 25 Three- paneled artwork 26 Verifiable 27 Year-end season 29 Oil grp. 31 intern's field: abbr. 33 Acclimate 34 Column slab 36 Stars and 37 Uncontrollable 38 Miami's county 39 Plumbing woe 40 Palette selections 43 German physicist 44 Lennon's lady 45 Bottom line 46 Seine ; season OTI IIV yiDCr^O F °r answers to today's crossword, call O I VJIVIr }-,\J f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. sggy i ... NOT V6U .'...VOLJR PARROT HAS E-MA\U. HERE'S SOMETHING VOU NEVER STOP TO THINK ABOUT... CO VOU REALIZE THAT ONE- SEVENTH Of VOUR LIFE IS SPENT ON i PTOOEV/ NOW THE IN5IPE OF MV MOUTH IS ALL BLACK.' NEWSPRINT WILL PO THAT jyAftPAVre 5-50 WHAT ARE VOU COOKINSy^- 4 HOT MONEV? I CAN SMELLx*-* SAUSAGE IT ALL OVER THE r-T GARLIC, AND HOUSE.' ^_^ ^ PEPPERS REALLy, QAGWOOD4 EATIN© THAT WILL eive you NIGHTMARES.' NIGHTMARES? VOU CANT BE SERIOUS... WHAT MAKES VOJ THINK I'LL SET ANy SLEEP AT ALL?.' Ptekles Cathy I'UE &IVEN UP ON ORES&IN& THE CU&TOfflER /)NO flffl NOW DRESSING THE CLOSET. THEV LOVEIX ? /ILL NEATW PRESSED MO OR&flNllEO 8V COLOR... ..flNOTHE SmELL! I THE SfflEU. OF NEW CLOTHES! I/n/IGIME OPENING- f\ DOOR. flT HO/KE flNO HWIN& THE FILL WITH THE SCENT OF NEW CIOTH6&, flNO SEEW& PRISTINE LINE OF PRETW NEW THIN&& /ILL H/)N&lfO& IN THE Sflme DIRECTIOM TU&T LIKE THESE.... I WflWT THflT! VE6ff , AR& TU&V? Rex Morgan, M.D. HEN (3eO(?GE WMC6S UP, HE TEU5 J/^N -^BOL/T BEING f WHV P/DWT ev COOPER HALL ! t-*-*-*-^*-^-*-.^*-!! IYE OONT S/^y TH/1T, DARLIUG! WE'RE GOING TO GET THROUGH TH/S/ COOP wis eteepiNG us PRV r MLSIF/EP C/tSH FLOWi

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