The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 18, 1998 · Page 18
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
Issue Date:
Monday, May 18, 1998
Page 18
Start Free Trial

B8 MONDAY, MAY 18, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble Crossword I'tt CREATING A COIAIC STMP CALLED "PIPPV THE ZIP HEAD." I'f\ CRAttfAING AS AAUCH ARTCOORK. IN THERE AS POSSIBLE, 50 NO ONE COILL NOTICE THERE'S ONLY ONE JOKE. 'THE JOKE is ON THE .READER, ISN'T IT? I'D BETTER SOttf. ART IN THERE. v Peanuts IM FEEPIM6Y0U . , EARLY BECAUSE I'M V, 60IN6TOADANCE TONI6HT.. IM MOPIN6 I SET TO DANCE WITH THE LITTLE RED-HAIREP 6IRL, ANP... ^ I PIPN'T KNOW YOU WERE 60IN6 ALON6.. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER OFTEN SEEN AT A MOPEL HOME, Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer hen: Saturday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: NOBLE CHALK FINERY BEYOND Answer: — A "CORNY" LINE Cryptoquip HEY JEREMY! SAVE GONE. HOT WATER UET^ Y HURf?TITUP! &=>[ ( HEAR A PAN6IN6 V SOUNt?? 3 Baby Blues 5-18 XBV PJT UYCKTKOYQX MJX OIJO OIY ZBQKOY HJYMOAB PBTUVPOYU 1KHMYQC ZABZYAQX. Saturday's Cryptoquip: DID YOU SEE THE NICE MUSICAL FOR PACHYDERMS, "ELEPHANTOM OF THE OPERA"? 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. ACROSS 1 Emeril Lagasse, e.g. 5 Haul 8 Kyoto currv merbunds 12 Peregrinate 13 Paleozoic, for one 14 Scrape 15 Eastern potentate 16 Hindrance 18 Her hubby decided she should go topless 20 Ate daintily 21 Linguist Chomsky 23 Blueprint addition 24 Made dim 28 Billions of years 31 Young fish 32 Psychologist Alfred 34 Earthy prefix? 35 Type style 37 Haunted 39 Popeye's Olive 41 Teensy bit 42 Final touch 45 Book before Jeremiah 49 Volcanic glass 51 Olympic skier Mit- termaler 52 Wading bird 53 Raw rock 54 Nest piece 55 Survive 56 Young Mr. Lincoln 57 Pageant adornment DOWN 1 Grouch 2 —erectus 3 Satan's specialty 4 Playwright Molnar 5 Kate's Titanic" co-star 6 City, jocularly 7 React in horror 8 Wise utterance 9 In-box pileups 10 Capri or Wight 11 Exceeded 55 Solution time: 26 mln. 5-18 17 Dead heat 19 "I Never Promised — Rose Garden" 22 Type of toast 24 Vacationing 25 Family mem. 26 Summary 27 In the cards 29 Bom 30 Turf 33 Old Oldses 36 Key worker? 38lntelli- ; gence 40 Went first 42 Spring wind? 43 Disco music group 44 Laugh-a- minute 46 The Music Man" locale 47 Unrepaired 48 Overpriced 50 Altar constellation . . . OP,vOe toOU-P JUST wJOUK So 1U\S PlAC€ \NOOU) $eeiv\ i!k \wHoe UTT BI66EP, The Lockhorns Born Loser •LEROY USED TO BE THE TOAST OF THE TOWN ... NOW HE'S BURNED TO A CRISP." Q"T| IIV/IDCTY? For ans w ers to today's crossword, call O I \JI Vlr C.LJ I 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. DO YOU mow 66CAU56 E 66T Family Circus KOWWrVbYOUK. NORMALLY, WE DONT ACCEPT COLLATERAL... For Better or For Worse IF \vtou RE SENDING-A I AND? HE'S NOT * MICHAEL, ^^^ SURE. He LIZ-ASK HH WHEN HE'SI MB MU3KTSTW/IN COMlNS HOME.X J HM. LONDON " WORKONA PROJECT WITH HIS ROOM Mfife. UJHffT ABOUT HIS JOB LAST TO KNOVO EVERVTrHlNS I APPLIED FOR HIS BOSS SAID HE'DTRI/AN'SET ME ON DAV SHIRT "I got grounded for NOTHING." "I get grounded for EVERYTHING!" WHAT'S THIS COINS I MAILED IT IS THAT ALL VOU PEOPLE HAVE TO DO?.' WEISH OTHER PEOPLE'S MAIL?! IT'S A FRACTION TOO HEAVV... VOU NEED TO ADD SOME POSTAGE OARf=IELP, ALL VOU THINK > } , I'M REAPING A BOOK "MOBV PICK" WE'RE OUT OF TARTAR SAUCE ABOUT. IS FOOP WE WEJSHED IT AT THE POST OPPICE... Pickles Cathy SO, WHAT PIP 1WIMKOP COt«W»CT6P FELON HELLO! HERE WEflRE! IT'S MOW OR NEMER! WE WILL NOT BE flMIL- ABLE AFTER TOD«V \\ SflYS VOUR DO& IS fl &OOD WflN TO WEET WEN... ...WELL.VOOHOO. WHflT DOVOU CflLLTHl&? WE TRIED ITf AND NOW WE QUIT Iff WE'UE HUD tl! WE'RE Of F THE FINAL CLEARANCE f &OIN& our of BUSINESS! DOORS /WECLOSIN&f /ILLFIXTURES/MUSTGO!! HOW DIFFERENT HfE WOULD BE IF WEN RESPONDED "TO THE UN&Ufl&E OF THE MALL. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia ... .„,.' SAHDRA LEAKHS ABOUT GEORGE AXELROPS HEART ATTACK, SHE VISITS HIM IN THE HOSPITAL! I peeL.jAp.ou JUST KMOW THty ARE THE 1 POUT WOKKV^l XWOW REAL TWWG..»ND I WXtWT V JUST IVH/*T TO DO WITH TO HAVE THEM HOW P/P you COME &y THESE I THATS NOT IMPORTANT, PAPERS. MS. WHITWOfJTH? V /Mff. AXELKOP.'

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free