The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 28, 1998 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, May 28, 1998
Page 10
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THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Jumble W DOG PUT FERTILITY DRUGS IN /AY COFFEE. AT FIRST I WAS AAAD. THEM THE TABLOIDS OFFERED AAE A MILLION DOLLARS FOR STORY. HAVE NY AGENT YOU ADVISES SEEN A, AGAINST DOCTOR? THAT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. WHAT THE FOOTBALL COACH PIP ABOUT THE TEAM PROBLEM. THE HOKEY-POKEY WASN'T VERY / WALTZ, CHARLES, ROMANTIC, CHUCK I BUT I NEVER HOW ABOUT THE/HOW COME LIMO, CHUCK? /WL>FELL WE NEVER DOWN POIN6 SAW A LIMO, iTHEHOKEY- EITHER.. >\ POKEY? US TO ANYMORE 15 BROKEN AFTER. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. DANCES, CHUCK (Answers tomorrow) Yesterdav's Ju"*lM: HOUSE BARON MELODY WATERY ' Answer: Raised by a mother— AN EYEBROW NEVE CAMPBELL- OR MINNIE , 60LPIEHAWN Oft, { FARRAH BWCETT? TO LEARN TOPLA'r' APPLE OR ALAN IS Baby Blues GTR WKQRX UDQ QB VTRDZ TR RPRC QGBZZRE TKQ UDGVT KCBXERX GB QDPR GKWR. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: MAYBE MOST WORLD- WEARY CARPENTERS WILL COMPLAIN THAT THEY'RE BOARD. Today's Cryptoquip clue: P equals V The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, 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. tS NOTHIM6 Twe wre Of N\iMTV-F|2ESH WOOLP Vft) Youp 6000- NI6HT The Lockhorns Born Loser »im "PINNEf?'6 READY? FINE, JUST SCATTER THE ASHES ON MY PLATE." TH6P615 K MCW OIP6CTIV£ OK COrAPMY PKXEDUK 6KOCUP WILL KOW 66 . For Better or For Wonse DARN "WOSEECVS. I'VE. TOLD'EM NOTTb LEftVE THE VAIINDOWS OPEM ! SHH. IF SHE KNOWS WE'RE OP HERE. We'RE Lie LDVd. FU=mfeN OUT "We're out of nose paper." Gapfleld IS THAT ALL VOU CAN PO? Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 "Chicago" lyricist 4 Service members? 8 Use a teaspoon 12 Postal Creed word 13 Sutherland solo 14 Train noise 15 Natant 17 "Consam it all!" 18 Swabbie's prop 19 Lam 21 Dickensian merchant 24 Savion Glover's specialty 25 — Baba 26 Flushed 28 Witticisms 32 Founder 34 Took the prize 36 Be absent from 37 Dundee portrayer 39 Playpen item 41 "Who am —judge?" 42 End of a Web site address 44 Woodchuck 46 Brighten 50 The word? 51 Jai follower 52 Ornamentation 56 Excoriate 57 Overhang 58 Big Apple sch. 59 Mandli- kova of tennis 60 Color worker 61 Jewel DOWN 1 Type units 2 Archery need 3 Full 4RV 5 Spoon- bender Geller 6 Engine noise 7 Former "...Home Videos" emcee 8Boo-boos 9 Melt 10 Tittle 11 Optimistic 16 Horde 20-Mahal Solution time: 23 mlns. Yesterday's answer 5-28 21 Partner of 27 Down 22 Hodgepodge 23 Wood for 2 Down 27 See 21 Down 29 Embezzler's method 30 One of the Jackson 5 31 Predicament 33 Hopi's carving 35 Aries appellation 38 Tm — in Love" (75 song) 40 Talk persistently 43 Silenced 45 Piratic potation 46 Cilium 47 Actress/ columnist Chase 48 Profit 49 Supplicate 53"—haditl" 54 Loony Louis 55 Gingiva O~n IIV yiDCr^O ^ or ans wers to today's crossword, call O I \J Vlr DL/ ! 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. Qggy (D1998 ZIQOV and Filends. Inc. /Dill, by Unhrarul Press Syndicate WH#T HAVE YOU DONE NOW ? ...YOU <SOT/\ TWEAUDUBON SOCIETY". > A LITTLE BtACK POO 3AT ON THE >i PORCH ANPBINGO WAS HIS NAME... 1 IF I LET HIM BITE ME,MAVBE HE'LL QUIT I'VE BEEN HERE FOR A LONS TIME WITHOUT A PROMOTION TELL ME, HOW CAM I MOVE UP ? THERE'S ONLY ONE WAY FOR YOU TO MOVE Pickles Cathy H CNOLE5S WIWTER Of LOW-FflT ErTnN&, /MONTHS Of TflSTELESS, BORW&, REDUCED-FflT WEALS... fldOMTHS OF ICKS FffT-FREE I SflCRJFlCEO EUERYTHINfr I LOVE, flND THIS IS HOW I LOOK?? THIS 15 IT?? THIS IS THE BEST VOU COULD DOT? ft SI&N OF /nflTURITV. NO LON&ER EfYIBflR- ev mv BODV- r/n INSULTED ew a. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia GCXDp.' F/?OyM HE^e ON, NO COFFEE, NO TBA.NO CITRUS. ', LET£ GO SACK TO THE OFFICE! WE'RE PUTT/W6 XOU OW MY SPECIAL PI£T/

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