The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 16, 1998 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, May 16, 1998
Page 18
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B8 SATURDAY, MAY 16, 1998 Fun THE SAUNA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble I HAD TO ttAKE 50f\E OPTIfAT5TlC TIONS TO KE.ET THE REVENUE TARGET. IN LOEEK THREE, WE'RE VISITED BY AM ALIEN NAfAED D'UTOX INAG WHO OFFERS TO SHARE HI5 AOVANCE.D TECHNOLOGY. THEM 00 COE USE'HIS V TECHNOLOGY TO DESIGN I OUR NE.U1 PRODUCT? J NO, WE KILL HIf\ KND SELL THE AUTOPSY VIDEO. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION UnscrambleThese tour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words. BLONE ~n n Otm Titm Moll StnUI, Me Peanuts HEY; CHUCK,WHEN WE 60 TO THE DANCE, ARE YOU 60NNAPICKMEUP IN A LIMO? 'OR MAYPE WE SHOllLP JUST MEET THERE, HUH, CHARIE5? ' 5*16 MEET WHERE WHO 15 IT'S US, CHUCK, YOU 610CKMEAP! 'I THINK YOUVeYl FOR60T 60T THOSE / TO TELL 6IRL5 ALL / THEM TO CONFU5EP,0I6 SAVE ME BROTHER.. ATHEWALT1. LAHCK YERFIN (; DOBENY [ I ] ^ ^ ^ ^ EAR TODAY, GONE TOMORROW Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. iirr^ Answer A [ ^ s y ^ f ~^^^ ~^^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ > II f ~\y "S y *A^ > r > ^ / f ~^ ^ > Yesterday's (Answers Monday) Jumbles: FAITH TOXIC PASTRY COUSIN Answer: What a mattress salesman looks for — A SOFTTOUCH Cryptoquip Zits ELECTRICALTAPEINMr TZX?UE£>X,L-IKE<f»USAIP. <10U OF NOT RETURNING IT.. YOU W£F!E ACTUALLY RIGHT ANPIWASWRDNS. Baby Blues 5-16 U K U X P V M Y Y C E Y TKRY HVMKRJQ OPA ZJREXUYAHM, "YQYZEJTCPH PO CEY PZYAJ"? Yesterday's Cryptoquip: IT'S NO WONDER THAT THE POOR SCULPTOR WENT MAD BECAUSE HE LOST HIS MARBLES. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Z equals P 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. The Lockhorns Born Loser "IT WAS SIMPLE, LORETTA ... I PICKED THE HORSE THAT LOOKED LIKE YOUR MOTHER." HCWDOYOOK36TK THWeUH5 ^JC^TCM Family Circus For Better or For Worse BROTHER OF OLD SHOES LftST NIGHT. COOL ! ; UJHEJ4 1 ' SORDOM BLEW UP PIMK ROE8ER SUONlES WD ACTED LIKE 03^8? THERE WERE, so MANV GREffT PKHURES OF you DOING-IRE DOMBeSTTHlNSS'!/ "Now I know how Tiger Woods feels." Garlield Blondie NOTHING LASTS POR6VER eXCEPT WHATEVER 13 IN THE BACK OF THE ReFRIGERATOR Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Oppositionists 6 New dad's handouts 12 Oddly picturesque 13 Weakness 14 One that makes one? 15 Without a doubt 16"—have to do" 17 Place of worship 19 Art sponsoring grp. 20 Track legend Zatopek 22 Greek H 24 "Caught youl" 27 On in years 29 Last writes? 32 Not here 35 Make like a fish 36 Connections 37 Blueprint addition 38 Mongrel 40 Catches a quick 40 42 Hot tub 44MITgrad 46 Pulpit , 50 Hack 52 Less than 100 percent 54 Cohort of Dorothy and Bennett 55 Hang around 56 Took a whirl 57 Mountain air? DOWN 1 Bee or Em 2 Apprehend 3 Name 4 Chemical suffix 5 Loser to a flush 6 Hacienda 7 Harden 8 Reunited land: abbr. 9 Willing to yield 10 Incense 11 "I —Little Prayer" 12 On the — vive 24 Donkey 25 "Explain : yourself . 26 Friendly 28 With melancholy 30 Christmas or Easter: abbr. : 31—Aviv 33 Ostrich's cousin 34 Dr. Rhine's- field 18 On the lam 39 Marie 21 Carnivore's Antoinette, stomach 23 Pirouette pivot Solution time: 24 mlns. Yesterday's answer 5-16 e.g. 41 Flavorful 42 "Lion King- villain 43 Excoriate 45 Can't forgo 47 Remote- control button 48 Belgian songwriter 49 "-the ramparts..." 51 Canto lead-in 53 Low noise O"n I|V /|DCirY5 For answers to today's crossword, call O I UlVIr CLJ : 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 .:.\FEELSO<3\JiLTYWHEN 1 TWC.^T^^ OFF FROTAVVORK trtfr ALL /VIT VACATiOfJs K " ' ENDUPTURNiNS « BLONOI6 ? WHAT HAPPENED TO MY SOCKS ? THIS IS ALL VDUR STUFP IN HERE! " I NEEDED MORE SPACE, SO I PUT VDUR VOU KNOW, OUT OF " ^IX DRAWERS IN TWIS CHEST, VOU'VE SOT ^} FOUR AND I'VE GOT TWO ^THAT'S BECAUSE HALF ' THE THINGS M3UVE ' GOT AREN'T WORTH WEARING Pickles Cathy DRWET WIN DONT SOU WflLK. HER IN SOUR NEI&H BORHOOD? UM...THERE'S someone I mi&HT 5EE AT THE PflRK. OOPS. TIWE TO DRIVE ELECTRfl TO THE REAtLV? HOUiPOS'OO /IT THE PflRK.? 1 : NOT SEEIIO&, wm. s/W. I SflU) Him THERE ONCE /IMD If I 00 fl&fllM, I «1&HT SEE HIIH rt&fllM. /WHILE OTHERS WrtlT FOR T MULTIPLE GRANDCHILDREN WE HOLD OUR SREflTH FOR ft REPEAT SI6HTIN&. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia PIDhfT IfNOW WHAT/JTfe ALL RIQm!l CUT OFF L5£ TO DO. ,5C i J ( THE FAX NOTAT/OWS AND^ BUT THERE'S OWE THING MOW.. GEORSE AXEL ROD HAP A 'HEART /TTMCK WHILE you GONE.' HE'S IMTHE HOSPITAL: kettine -fo cte^r if «/p?''j AsK'P e/>fierLy. . "NO, iv> A 5e4 of A ow/erpuL, 69uA. T iON-tHAt'J

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