The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 20, 1998 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 20, 1998
Page 12
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B4 WEDNESDAY, MAY 20, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbert Jumble Crossword < GILBERT, THIS IS M.LEN, NW NEW SYCOPHANT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, VERY IttPRESSIVEl. HIS HEAD MOOS WHENEVER I TM.K &UT THAT'5 NOT one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. IS THAT GREAT OR COHAT? THE GtST PART . .. WHY THE CHILP PROPIGY ENJOYEP HIS BIRTHPAY. I HOPE WE'RE ) NOT LATE.. J <? THEN WHO'S THE LITTLE KIP IN THE DOS SUIT? THIS ISN'T A COSTUME BALL, IS IT? Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. HI,CHARLIE BROWN! WELCOME TOTHEPANCE! EVERfONE IS HERE.. Answer hon: HE WAS (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: UNITY CHAMP HANDLE LIKELY Answer: What the caring baker liked to do — HELP THE "KNEADT BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Two, in Tijuana 4 Lustrous black 7 Hamlet was one 8 The Montague kid 10 Lascivious one 11 With hands on hips 30 Vanna's cohort 33 Angelo Roncalli 36 Distant 37 Where the action is 36 Engraver Albrecht 39 Shopper's aid 40'60s campus grp- 13 Neoclassi- 41 Cobb et al. cist writer DOWN ZHS 1 CANT BELIEVE HOW MUCH riMEtfTUWAereJUSTLYII r ARPUNR JEREMY? WHEN I WAS WR AGE, I WAS OUT PLAfINC? BAli- "(HAH. ANPLOOK AfrDUNOl/V. Of? TALKING WITH Mr FRIENP5... Baby Blues 5-20 ZXL'K FXI KAOLC KAWK KAOB VWIBKOV HWCPS KPLZB KX HP KXX VSIBKF? Yesterday's Cryptoquip: IF YOU CAN MANAGE FOLDING A ROAD MAP, THEN YOU CAN PLAY THE ACCORDION. Today's Cryptoquip clue: V 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. 16 "-for the million..." 17 Twosomes 18 Cartesian conclusion 19 Wheels of fortune? 20 Scandinavian city 21 Rib 23 Rhythmic cadences 25 "-Fiction" 26 Have an objection 27 Altar words 28 Inning, in bowling dony type 3 Egyptian god of healing 4 Nicholson role 5 Arab bigwigs 6 Per-diem worker 7 Limp-watch painter 8 Limbaugh's milieu 9 Woodwind musician 10 Muppet 1 Calendar info 2Chalce- 12 October Solution time: 22 mlns. Yesterday's answer 5-20 stones 14 Appellation 15 Comic Philips 19 Computer locale, maybe 20 Enduring 21 Henry VIII, e.g. 22 Sought . . aJ.P., perhaps 23 Describe 24 Not precise 25 Humdinger 26 "Politically Incorrect" emcee 28 Bjom's bay 29 Memorization methods 30 Jetties 31"—She Sweet?" 32 "Sister, Sister" sister 34 Ostriches' kin 35 Roentgen discovery PW-/, 1 Do THIS, O The Lockhonns Born Loser I COULDN'T KEEP LAST WEEK'S APPOINTMENT... DIDN'T LOSE THE FIVE POUNDS HE TOLD ME TO." OTI IIV /JDd~Y? For answers to today's crossword, call O I \J\ VII C.U . 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. LET'5 5£e... THIW& PIHCH f\TTH£.Tpe...l'P YOU LET fAE 6U55f>-YOU W6P5 JUST Family Circus ..\ WONDER WHY <3OD MADE SO MUCH DIRT*? For Better or For Worse VOO'RE NJtfT COMING- HOME UH^^^i TRERE'S STUFF 1 4iir/ ll ll HE!/,i'LLBeflROuND. I'LL j. FDR VeftRSMDuTEU.THEM SEE you, MOM I DOM'T g TO "SROVU up'-^— AND Fb^SET, I'M 22-1 DON'T f THEN, ONE DflV LIVE THERE. flNV- ANOTHER BOO IN TFfe HOUSE. _i - -*— — "I tripped over that tree's toes." Garfield WE CAN BESIN THE BUPFET WHENEVER YOU LIKE I HATE THIS MOMENT/ BECAUSE NO ONE WANTS TO BE PIRST IN I ALWAVS BRINS ALONG INSURANCE MAN THE &HO5T CLOSER ANP CLOSER.... SUPPENLV, IT... \ GRABBER HIM/J THAT PART ALWAVS ARES HIM some OF mix. im NOT SURE. WHAT'S NOURS? AIIME'S mix, TOO MIXES flRE THE BEST SO TRUE. ' PUREBREOS BE SO HI&H- STRUM&. I FOUND rtW HUMflfO flTTHE HUMANE SOCIETY me TOO. SHE STARTED |M<7 AND DROOL' IN& WHEN SHE SAW me. i KNEW SHE UlAb THE ONE? Wflb VOURS HflRD TO TRfllM? PRD6t£M<b U WITH THE COMPUTER, "WE M006&? FOOT P6CAL? tTOUOW THERE WHAT SHE'LL £50 FOR A SNAOK. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia J T/4KE (T /OU\/e DEC/DEC? TO PO MTH THOSE >(oo»rc OH.' pAtnep TD scuu VJBN y«« 'eui you're PUU.IN& ouV of 4V>f K-HARl- jour NA«- AN P your poo- PIR5 pLy

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