The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 3, 1998 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, April 3, 1998
Page 14
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B4 FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Jumble Crossword LOOK AT THE WARNING LABLL ON MICE'S ANTIOEPRESSANTS. IT CAN CAUSE FATIGUE, DISORIENTATION, MEMORY LOSS, LACK OF SEX. I WONDER HOCO LONG WE'VE BEEN TAKING THENV THERE'S NO 00 AY TO KNOW. r~\\ GEELY OigUTrtuwMKliBrvtoM, toe. All Rtjftti HlMfvtd. J DOLYD Peanuts AFTER .YOU'RE PONE\ SAILING, YOU 5HOULP TIE UP YOUR BOAT SO / IT POE5NT PRIFT / ^ AWAY.. EXTFAMEAT ANPEXTFA COLKUN RAWHTT BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION UnicramWe these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER I en|oy It even when I do It wrong / EASY TO PO WHEN YOU CROCHET Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer h»n: (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: TWILL SKUNK BRIDGE WHENCE Answer: What the chemist added to his skin cream — NEW WRINKLES Cryptoquip Baby Blues 4-3 ZGN DWREM LPZ MEPM PF PKDZ RYFYKPS WL MKNSZ PF PMMYFMWGF R Y M M Y K. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I THINK ANY MAN WHO LIES DOWN ON RAILROAD TRACKS EVIDENTLY HAS LOCO MOTIVES. Today's Cryptoquip clue: R equals G The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, 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. ACROSS 1 Scroogean shout 4 Tramp 7 Imelda's collection 12 Popular card game 13 Gasteyer of "SNL" 14 Eucalyptus eater 15 Speck 16 Movie pooch 18 He defeated AES 19 Tonto's horse 20 Fox's cry 22 Work unit 23 Not nude 27 Clumsy chap 29 Schulz's dog 31 Reef ring 34 Pueblo material 35 Forerunner to 1 Down 37 Ripen 38 Mayberry marshal 39 Bubble producer 41 Succumbs to gravity 45 Reacts in horror 47 — NaNa 48 LBJ's pets 52 Zero-star review 53 Where the action is 54 Epoch 55 Remnant 56 "Olympia" painter 57 Scale members 58 Unfavorable vote DOWN 1 Socks' rival 2 Battery terminal 3 Park Place profit- maker 4 Musician's measures 5 Halloween charity 6 Estate 7 Revue segment 8 Sweetie 9 Feed-bag tidbit 10 Ivy Leaguer 11 Japanese honorific 17 Harbor craft 21 Tom Sawyer's aunt 23 Morse Solution time: 25 mlns. Yesterday's answer 4-3 and ZIP 24 Card game 25 Police alert abbr. 26 Go blonde 28 The Greatest" 30 Kvetch 31 Doctors' org. 3210th anniversary gift 33 Stale 36 "Zoundsl" 37 Current unit 40 Pal of the groom, often 42 Skiers' ! mecca 43 Accra's land 44 Annie's companion 45 Estival pest 46 Mmes., across the Pyrenees 48 Son of Noah 49 George's brother 50 Lavatory sign 51 Hydrocarbon ' suffix 7 14 B 9 10 11 The Lockhorns Born Loser P AJLL FI NISRFJD WITH Youis-TESTf YOU wmht>e3l® *Y6S, L.ORETTA, THI6 MEAL 16 FIT FOR A KING... AND IT'S REVOLTING." IT IK, HKV5 KOW CO YOU 6XP6CJ. fA,6TO DO THKT WITHOUT K WOKD PKOCESOK.T Oil IIV /IDCr^O ' r ° r answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul 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. Family Circus YOU WANr A SECOND OPMON? ...WELL^HEN i WANT t\ SECOND P£T(EKT! For Better or For Worse HO\A) COME YOU FKOM K\CHflEL?-U)HftT I "TELL CAUSE BLABBERMOUTH . yoo MOM. HOST-STUFF; "What nationality is Barfy?" GarfteU I THOUGHT HE HAD THE PLU ? MV BOSS CAME BACK TO WORK TODAy HE DID/ SUT IT WAS OVER IN 12 HOURS THAT'S AS LOMS AS ANV 6ERM COULD STAND LIVIN6 IN HIS BODV { I'M ( NOT V HERE/ WELL, IT'S FRIPAV NIGHT AMP I HAVE PLACES TO GO! I'M OFF POING SOMETHING EXCITING; TRV HIPING BEHINP THE CURTAINS. THAT WILL FOOL ME J?M PAV?6 M-5 Pickles Cathy THE PERFECT ) TflCKET flNO PANTS TO EXPRESS m NEW, OVIM- WIC, NO-MOMSE/05E. TflKE- CHflR&E BUSINESS IOW6E f ...OR 16THE MCKET 8KI«T BETTER? IF THE SKIRT'S BETTER. IS THIS SKIRT BETTER OR IS THI6 SKIRT BETTER? IF THIS SKIRT'S BETTER, THElO THIS BLOUSE OR THIS SHELL OR THIS SWEATER.../1NO IF THIS SWEflTER, THEN 00 I STILL W/1WTTHAT 3flCKET?? MEED HELP? SES. WHICH OF flLL THIS WILL mflKE /HE LOOK. LIKE fl REflL OECI6ION-MflKER ? Rex Morgan, M.D. SO SHAPY PALMS 7 WE TH/N/f SO/ COOPED ' ' SC/4M PPO/M ( HALL STILL OWNS THE GOT TWO CeWTS OW THE POLLAI? AT THE THAT DIDNT EVEW GUI? LAWSK'S FEES.' Sylvia V«w. WILL sleep ANpwHewyoi YOU'LL peei. i

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