The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 15, 1998 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, May 15, 1998
Page 14
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B4 FRIDAY, MAY 15, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbert Jumble Crossword ONE. LIKES BEING HUNTED COLON AND SHOT COITH FLU DARTS, CGALLV. I «s ) BUT COMPANIES ARE NNNAXSED FOR THE BENEFIT OF STOCKHOLDERS, NOT ErAPLOXEES. I OWN STOCK. IT'S IN rAV HOICK) ACCOUNT. in NOT SUPPOSED TO TELL YOU, BUT NONE OF THAT IS BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramblelhese four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words. HAFIT film TOutu Midi SiMCH, Inc. A»«gN»BM«v«a. Peanuts OCTIX f ~\ \^ _j f ~N ^ j YARPTS f ~*\ ^ > ^ ~\ v. _j UNSOIC r "\ \^ > r "\ ^ > f~ ^\ V J WHAT A MATTRESS SALESMAN LOOKS FOR. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer A > f J \. Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: METAL KAPOK UNCURL JITNEY Answer: How he felt before his first sky dive — JUMPY Cryptoquip Baby Blues 5-15 ZU'F WC KCWGQN UVBU UVQ TCCN FIMHTUCN KQWU YBG EQIBMFQ V Q HCFU VZF YBNEHQF. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I IMAGINE A FRIGHTENED CALF MIGHT WELL GROW INTO A COW- WARD. Today's Cryptoquip clue: E 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 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 Lockhorns MAW HAP A UTTte LAM& SOMETIMES I THINK I'M LIVING WITH LEROY POSTHUMOUSLY." KKMlHCb 15 K OlS- Born Loser we Kf\ve KHOTKEK. OH, we'pe HOT HWIHG I k Dl X — POIWOFV16WI5 COPP6CT fVMD YOU Family Circus For Better or For Worse SHOWED APRIL HOW To| U3UBSS SH&S SO USED IT'S NICET& See A n -- - - * -"-•*"'-^SIOMTHPTT NEW SENERfvnoN BEING- Lf\RSE, PiPPREtlftTe AN OLD SBjfigg- UL-^^^O^. BtTOFA "Okay, I'll get it for you, Mommy. Where is it?" Garfield Blondie BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Sailor: slang 4 Mine car 8 Marshy area 12—tree 13 Latvia's capital 14 Language of Pakistan 15 Retriever type 17 Lost Ark seeker 18 Satisfy 191967 James Darren hit 21 Fractional suffix 36 Countries DOWN 37 Dowager's 1 Swallow pet, often hard 39 Terd'nand" 2 Amorphous cartoonist 40 Took the prize 41 Emulate Lindy 45 Actress Pinkett 48 Guard dog, often 50 Skunk's defense 51 Basin adjunct 52 Vintage 53 Blunder 54 Depend (on) 22 Shepherd's 55 Undeniably 16 Made an companion 26 Sweetheart 29 "Moonlight 30 Harem room 31 "Diary of — Housewife" 32 Clear the tables 33 Impartial 34 Deterioration 35 Soar silica 3 Motion pig-ture? 4 Inferior in quality 5 Park attractions 6 Past 7 Percussion instruments 8 Porcupine feature 9 Grecian vessel 10 Keep talking 11 Fella Solution time: 28 mlns. Yesterday'* answer 5-15 assessment 20 Powell ; co-star 23 Bank transaction 24"—it my way" 25 Dumbo's wings 26 Dwell (on) 27 Melville book 28 International grp. 29 Broker's advice 32 Kitchen appliance 33 Hindu ascetic 35 "Alice" spinoff 36 Servant's uniform 38 Sleepy, e.g. 39 Normand of silents 42 Chinese port 43 Story 44 Extremities 45 Trot 46 Commotion 47 "Cock-a- doodle--^" 49 Have bills 45 SO 53 46 47 OTI liy /IDCn^O ' =or answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr C.U 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. Ziggy ...FRANKl_Y,THiS ORERATfON MEDICAL SCHOOL AND THEN PERFORM I WELL, IT'S FRIPAV NI&HT ANP JON POeSN'T HAVE A PATE. KNOWWHV? PO THESE WAX LIPS MAKE \ ME LOOK SEXIER? ) C'MON, I'LL SHOW YOU HOW TO USE OUR NEW M?,N0,rV0.' I I— HAVEN'T GOT TIME/ WE HAVE PEOPLE TO 00 THAT ADMIT IT, BOSS.,.YOU'RE SCARED OP ALL THIS NEW I'LL HAVE YOU KNOW THAT LONG BEFORE YOU V/ERE BORN, I MASTERED BOTH THE TELEPHONE AND THE RADIO/.' Cathy THROUGH THE ABES SOntEONE U)HO RESPEOT& WE fl6 flM EOUflL! I DESERVE A SflflUV BUSINESS PflRTNER! I MPH 15, I DESERVE A SENSITIVE, NURTURIM& SOULmffTEf I DESERVE /» RELfl- TIONSHIP THflT LflSTS /IWRE THflM 180 EPI&DOE&f! Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia BEOTA... WHAT ARE (1 CAME TO MEET YQUK] MNP TO BRING YOUR FAXES f I HOPE VOU BURY THIS YOU 00/WG HERE? ^ PL/tN£,S^NP(?4.' J I FRO/M MST KUGHT/ JI L^ GUV.' niwep OU/NWCT IN ANP A

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