The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 19, 1998 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 19, 1998
Page 18
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B8 TUESDAY, MAY 19, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbert Jumble Crossword VOUR COfAlC STRIP SEErAS TO BE NOTHING BUT A CLOWN WITH k 5/AKLL HE^D WHO SAYS RNNOOIA THINGS . VIA IAAINTAINING ™ ARTISTIC INTEGRITY BY CREATING A CONIC THAT NO ONE WILL ENJOY. THE IMPORTANT THIN&"] IS THAT YOU ENJOY ITJ THE FIRST TWO WERE OKAY, BUT NOW I'fA JUST BITTER. Peanuts HOLP IT RI6HT THERE, PUDEITHISISAPANCE! THE 006 CAN'T COME IN! THERE WAS A MI5UNPER5TANPIN6.. THIS LITTLE KIP THOUGHT IT WAS 60IN6 TO BE A COSTUME 0ALL 50 ME WORE A D06 SUIT.. OKAY, 60 ON IN... HAVE A 6REAT TIME. PRETTY 600P D06 SUIT. ...IFTie R7RTHr?l<5HT PEUVgRV 0F THINE 50W- INTO THE HANR& FETfe SAKE, MQM, R9NT 05 SUCH A PRUPE. JUST '£0\m PARK'/ THOUSEEKETH, METHINK9TH0U HAST PIVINEP UNFAIUN& CEFTAINTK Baby Blues PM?PV, WHEN I WAtJt TO 66 JUST ...WrrnMOPE wwe. | / O£ AMD A8lC.6e«CA(2.J / Ol^ AMD A FOW Tofi, A- Born Loser For Better or For Worse MICHAEL AN' I SeHD BRCK AM' FORTH VOe Go INTO THESE CHAT- [TALK ABOUT? HOMEWORK, MOVIES, PERSONAL STUFF. >jtoo Tusr .OPEN UP AN' \A)ANNA SAL/.' Garfield I PONT WANT TO B6 PISTURBEP 3?A». (7AVTS 5-19 Pickles BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. Rex Morgan, M.D. I'/M SOIWS TO TELL THE TRUTH f DR. MORGAN GAVE US THE W/t/ME OF AH ATTORNEY.' HAT WILL VOU PO BOUT THE FVtLSE MBPICARE CM//HS, /Ml? THERE'S A POSSIBILITY you /MIGHT GO TO msow 1 KNOW/SUT WITH -THESE POCU/MeNTS...SO VV/LL COOPEf? H-4LL/ WHAT THE CARIN6 BAKER UKEP TO PO. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Ans: Yesterday's r> r> r^ r % r (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: TACKY ICING DROWSY CALMLY Answer: Often seen at a model home — WALK-INS Cryptoquip 5-19 D K • HWL RPQ NPQPFY KWJADQF P SWPA NPI, BTYQ HWL RPQ IJPH BTY PRRWSADWQ. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: YOU CAN DEFINITELY SAYTHATTHE POLITE MAESTRO CONDUCTED HIMSELF PROPERLY. Today's Cryptoquip clue: R equals C 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 "MY HUNTING 16 NOT KEEPING UP WITH YOUR GATHERING." Family Circus 31999 Bll Ki Oist. Dy Cowlea Synd., Inc. "If I planted sesame seeds, would I grow hamburger buns?" Ilondie BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Pull an all-nighter S Resort 8 Figurine material 12 Vagrant 13 Intimidate 14 Mine finds 15 Fertility goddess 16 Stray of a sort 18 Boo 20 Earlier, in verse 21 Peculiar 22 Actress Joanne 23 Imperfections 26 Soho phone booth 30 Perrier, e.g. 31 Shell out 32 Columnist Kupcinet 33 Simple , dance , lesson 36 Lawrence of comedy 38 Listener 39 Intention 40 Hut 43 Do the town 47 Exceed 49 "Rule, Britannia" composer 50 "I cannot tell —• 51 Card game 52 Tardy 53 Actor William 54 "Monty Python" opener 3 Slightly 4 Kremlin locale 5 Bum with steam 6 Survey 7 Hole- making device 8 Delighted 9 Not pizzicato 10 Sweetheart duration 23 Calendar abbr. 24 —-tzu (Taoism founder) 25 "La Cage -Folles" 26 Outdo 27 Pen name? 28 Mork's home 11 Noble Ital- 29IV squared 55 Any minute ian name 31 Apiece now 17 Musical 34 Mystery DOWN Scruggs 35 Seize 11n fashion 19 TV revenue 36 Compete 2 Parks or Bonheur source 22 Rotation Solution time: 24 mins. Yesterday's answer 5-19 37 African antelope 39 Pal of D'Artagnan 40 Drench 41 Luau dance 42 Persisting 43 Glaswegian, e.g. 44 Stopover en route to Casablanca 45"Do- others" 46 Adolescent 48 Ms. MacGraw 1 12 15 18 2 OTI IIV /IDCn^O ' r ° r answers '° today's crossword, call O I UlVIr CL/ : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. KOVMLPNCa \STHiS TAKE THIS TO HIS CARPOOU SHOULD BE ORIVINS UP ANY SECOND.' 5-11 WOW.' THAT'S ONE SMART DOS VOU HAVE, CW3." ' Cathy THERE HE IS.' THE fflflM I WAS HOPIN& TO ROW IMTQ is comiN&TowflRO me! I PLflNNEO IT, /WD IT'S HflPPENING-... IT ITCfliYIETO BE... I CREflTED THE SPflGE UOIlAf SUDOENtH I SEE THflT I COULD HflVE ORCHE&TRflTED EVERMTWN& IN MV Llf E! ...I COULD Hfl\)E DOME flNV- THIN&I WflNTEDf.,.1 SOLL CflNf I CM CRE/TOE RELATIONSHIP I PERSONAL POWER: IT TflKES 20 VEflRS TO OWN IT, flND ZO SECONDS TO STflRT fl6USIN& IT. I SPEflK TO ^ / WHO LEONARDO WCMPRIO I fl&KED? ORNOOMEJJ J Sylvia fc*C VOU TOO OLO-yO vwtHiN^ ihesHow you MAOC ANy op -tne Fouu ow Are NotthctAr&e T Q Z- "BoWNCr, wni • " U-t ne jee

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