The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 1, 1998 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 1, 1998
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B4 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Mbert Jumble CM-BERT: EVIL H.R. DIRECTOR T'fA NOT ENJOVINGJ JOB. THIS POWERFUL DEPRE5SANT DRUG FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE. I 010 NT KNOW H.R. COULD PRESCRIBE DRUGS. I'D HATE TO LIVE IN A 600RLD COHERE THNT UJAS ILLEGAL. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. Peanuts WHAT \ / SAY SHOULD \l ANYTHING I SAY?y\WUWANT APRIL YOU DON'T SAY FOOL! "/"APRIL FOOL" UNTIL YOU SAf SOMETHING ELSE FIRST.. IF I ATE ALL Wm> NOW, R7KNTUNPER5T/WP A^AINUNTIUPINNEPOME! WHY THE PEWTER WAS A &OO9 FENCER. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer /»•/»: HE THE Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: DROOP DOUSE HUNTER SAVORY Answer: What the cowboys liked to do after work — HORSE AROUND Cryptoqulp Baby Blues 4-1 FD ZVARFA NDEA REONAEAXF, AWXNFAWX LDOGFBANN SDOBL GATWX ERYWXT SWNAZVRZYN. Yesterday's Cryptoqulp: YOU CAN BE SURETHAT OBSTETRICIANS MAKE THEIRMONEY IN THESTORK MARKET. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Z equals C The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, 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. IT MOST Be Nice Tbl|V£ IIJ SucH A The Lockhorns Born Loser *l TOLD YOU TO READ THE FINE PRINT BEFORE . YOU OOINED THAT HMO, LEROY." we're Lucjcr/ WHEN He WN3 KWD, NJL K6 HAD I THINK. IT WK> K P>€>IO YOO COUU? OMLX UST6HTO For Better or For Worse Voo 6T1LL DOSGIN.S SOME. I I SOT ft PROJECT WITH REPORTER AT "WE ^| WEEP ftPPRON/ED.-l' TRUE, SHORT NOT ^\l STORIES To SO WITH l|RieHTNoW,li HIS FHcJToGRAPHS. SO FAR,We Vte HAD 3 ,COOL IDEA!-"OUST" &AU.ERV SHOWS... MAKE'EM BIS To SCREW LESS ON , . lFTHf=V DON'T SELL! WHAT ARE GONNA CDFFEETftBLE BOOKS? "A big elephant in the backyard? Gosh, PJ! I guess we better go have a look." Sarfield Blonde Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1Heel 4 Hotelier Cesar 8 Pronto, on "ER" 12 Wish otherwise 13 Words of understanding 14 Last few notes 15 "Bowwowl" 16 '81 Stones album 18 Marshy area 20 Suitable 21 "—the torpedoes!" 24 "Get outta herel" 28 "Byel" 32 Links targe 33 Vintage 34 Bird in "Peter and the Woir 36 Swindle 37 Antelope's playmate 39 Mali town, once 41 Medicated 43Tatum'sdad 44Luau bowlful 46 Making all 2 Emanation the stops 3 Resist 50 Abridged boldly title of a 4 Ceremo- 1995 movie nles 55 Newscaster 5 This — Pern- recording" maraju 6 Asian 56 Arouses holiday adulation 7 Epsilon 57 Make follower SSPonderosa 8 Rob Roy patriarch ingredient 59 Ancient 9 Barbie or Persian Buzz 60 Phoenician 10 Commotion seaport 11 Greek 61 Tin Man's cross prop 17 Harvest DOWN goddess 1 Grouch 19 Eccentric Solution time: 28 mlns. BlAlYlWl I |N|D|O|WBIODIE Yesterday's answer 22 Vegan's no-no 23 Private remark? 25 Move to and fro 26 Oodles 27 Carte 28 Singer Rundgren 29 Bread spread 30 Versified praise 31 "Heavens!" 35 Nacre source 38 Composure 40 Important numero 42 Mob bigwig 45"— no kick from..." 47 Island near Florida 48 Wall St. acronym 49 Kent's coworker 50 Lid for a lad 51 Pay with plastic 52 Become one 53 Actress Wray 54 Hockey star Bobby 10 11 OTl IIV /IDCr^O ^ or answers to today's crossword, call O I U Vlr CL/ 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. I99fl Ziggy ind Fnendi. Inc /DM by Untvtnil P,e» 5) iynflicllJX CASWOOD/ I'M 6IV/NS VOU A RAISE/ BIS6ER THAN VOU EVER FOR PETE'S SAKE. CAS/ WMAT'S THE MATTER?/ W/Wy AREN'T VOU JUMPINS POR ARE YOU KIDWN6? LOOK AT THE CALENDAR... HE DOES THIS EVERy APRIL POOL'S SOMEBOW PUT PISH PETER&ENT IN THE AAOUTHWASH BOTTLE VOU WOULPN'T KNOW ' ANYTHING ABOUT WHOA. THI5,WOULPVOU? I CAN SEE MVSELF IN WDR TEETH THEVLL BE OUT BW M/N ! MOD SO VOU CAM AT LIE/iST LOOK WITH-IT FOR FEU) weEKS BEFORE THEYRE OBSOLETE f FEW MEflRS fl60 WOU HAD UE> "INUESTIN& IN THE WHAT CAM VOU P06&I8LV 5AV ABOUT THI5 SPRlM&'S CLOTHES ?? WON'T THEV BE OUTBV NEXT VEAR. TOO?? NEW FOR DEADLINE DRE&SM&: CflfllE flNO WENT. HTEXPlR/mOMff THEM IT UW5 EUEGflNCE OOP5 AGAIN. "TIMELESS" IS OUT. Rex Morgan, M.D. HOVVPIP COOPER )?os you, MRS. GOffPOW? THE /\XeLI?OP5 P/IN THE PLACE...&U7 COOPE /MOW£y/M/\N AS QueN-fINTArANtiNO'i"ReservoirPo<tf witH eyeRy+HiN<5r t>wt the ' (N-tVte coffee SHOP ep' of tV»« some N'C« HE WAS A PARASITE ! WITHIN TWO VE^SS HE — r THE PLACE SINCE "7 Brip« Fod. T H MOV)« jw>t -too v vow? 6o«P Ne^/s .' NOW Vov At»*4 re«ov«p Film wHH AU. -fhe kKy See -»V»e lviA cut o Svc«

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