The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 2, 1998 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, April 2, 1998
Page 12
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B4 THURSDAY, APRIL 2, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Mtort Jumble RESOURCES is PRESCRIBING POWERFUL ANTTDEPRESSANTS TO TrAPROVE fAORALE. I THE LABEL SAYS IT /AAY CAUSE "UNWARRANTED OPTlrAISrA ABOUT YOUR DEAD-END JOB." I GOTTA GET rAE SOfAE OF THAT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these tour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. Peanuts THERE'S A SREAT ALLI6ATOR SNEAK INS UP BEHINP YOU.. * APRIL FOOL!" I PAY" WAS YE5TERPAY. APRIL FOOLS' IT TOOK ME ALL NI6HT TO THINK OF THAT.. WSIVEMEAHANP THIS! I QUIT: This formula should take 'em out WHAT THE CHEMIST APPEP TO HIS SKIN CREAM. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: AFOOT PANSY MOTIVE GYRATE Answer: Why the debater was a good fencer — HE GOT THE POINT Cryptoquip Baby Blues 4-2 B CXBVW FVL AFV QXH UBRO MHQV HV TFBUTHFM CTFDWO RIBMRVCUL XFO UHDH AHCBIRO. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: TO CREATE SOME AMUSEMENT, EINSTEIN DOUBTLESS WOULD BEGIN MAKING WISECRACKS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: D equals C The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 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 Lockhor ns Bora Loser "MOTHER SENDS HER 'I TOLD YOU SO'S." 1 ItoTEKD OF CONTINUINGTK\5 5IUX KKkUfA6NT, WHY DOU'T W6 BOTH NCW THe££ COULD B6 KNOTH&K. 51D60FTH6GOIK? YOU COULD se p6 W&KT Nb i Family Circus For Better or For Worse NOT GONNft BE A I "OUST WANT TO WRITE. A SO..A/OU VOPiNTTbBEA .1 T£<AT REMINDS rVte UlU&T I Fecri v.iua-r I *.}——vj a^acfJitJA nrrno-r-l I '"" 1 rSEMINPb ryife-, T, WEEP. NOT WHAT I FEEL, \AjHflT I » -nSTAPVlHS- ftKnSflJL VSW&oim*,fSSi'/ LIKE SOME CF THE suVS KNCMJ.- IT'S N^r STUFF fl IF I v - •— --^^ WER&C>UITAFOOD.' WE KNo\M. j VoU CAM LEARN...rrjOSTel HAVeTo ST/NRVE.T& ^-- - —•* 10 " MDOWHATIWA' — 'GONNA BE ° ;wa». i tz^n^^ 11 nr^H^st^t «i To DO-THEN REPORTER, MEAhl. a |l I'LL-STARVE! roc ©1008 B>l Koone, Dlsl by Cowles S/nd.. li "I don't wanna learn it by heart, Mommy. It's better to learn it by head." fiartleld Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFEfi ACROSS 1 Predicament 4 Try 8 Crossed the Hel- lespont 12 Rhode's mom 13 Wharf 14 Fork feature 15 Earl's superior 17 "Puppy Love* singer ' 16 Sine-non link 19 Leno's show 21 Fairness 24 A Bobb- sey twin 25 Prompt 26 Wield a needle 28 Mideast- em land 32 Nothing, in Paris 34 Trinity member 36 Tablespoonful, often 37 Overturn 39 Servicewoman 41—Diego 42 Young Mr. Lincoln 44 Trophy room item 46 Conked on the noggin 50 Hosp. section 51 Fat removal method, for short 52 BBQ wood 56 U.S. 57 Honolulu's island 58 Playground game 59 Damp and chilly 60 Snick's mate 61 Assoc. DOWN 1 Carrey or Vamey 2 Oklahoma city 3 They often bear titles 4 Crouches 5 Color 6 Brewer's oven 7 Chomping champ 8 Blemished 9 Annex 10 Egyptian cross 11 Butcher's wares 16 On the — Solution time: 23 mint. MED EHT Y R EHA X E Yesterday's answer vive 20 Aye canceler 21 Beige 22 Witticism 23 Undeniably 27 "Holy mackerel!" 29 Summer pest 30 Birthright barterer 31 Island goose 33 Peter Finch's Oscar movie 35 Entry in Baby's agenda 38 The Joy Luck Club- author 40 Coterie 43 Showroom; samples 45 Needle: prefix 46 Dressed 47 "Green Mansions" girt 48 Receptive 49 Jerry's old partner 53 Von wench 54 Pitch 55 Humpty Dumpty SB 61 54 55 QTI ||V /IDCrY? For answers 'o today's crossword, calj O I U Vlr l—LJ 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. aggy ...VM 6ETTiNiei"nRED OF CRACKERS...WHAT ARE THE CHANCES FOR SOME FRENCHToA^T? THIS IS A REALLY IMPORTANT MEETINS I'M SEMPIKK5 YOU TO; DO you HAVE ANV QUESTIONS? . . DONT THINK SO/ WHAT DO YOU THINK THEy'LL 0£ SERV/HS FOR ICEP KETCHUP ISN'T SO BAP I THINK WE'VE PUT OFF SHOPPING JUST A LITTLE TOO LONG^HAVEN'T WE? ttM PAWS H-2 ITS fl SEASON OF FLUID FEJWNINE LINES... NO UPPERS... NO BUTTONS... NO HOOKS... 3UST THE SimPLEST Wl&P OF FflBWC, ...LOyiN&L4 ORflPED OUER fl FULL-60DV &IRDLE WITH BUILT-IN PADDED PUSHUP BRfl flND flTTflCHED SUPPORT HOSE ' TO EXCEPT I LOOK SO FflBULOUS. THE UNDER- GflRMENTS /1L&0 HELP HOLD IN THE INOI&NANCE WOV REALLY. Rex Morgan, M.D OUTRAGEOUS LEASING KMS IN PLACE BEFORE TH£ WERE HIKED.' G£0/?OE HAD TO WATCH , HELPLESSLY AS COOPERS SLOWtX DR/UNED OFF /^LL OUR pevofep Hlnscif perfeoT-iN<r -fhe Heel- He'/ Nev«r.wAverep. Never sotuep PejICrN/NCr A A <joP. HIM by UfrH T lN<i- . SMALU, AN/AIAL?

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