The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 5, 1998 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, June 5, 1998
Page 14
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B4 FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble HOLO IAUCH &UOGET DO I HAVE FOR /*\\ PROTECT? f IF YOU KNEGd 00 HAT I YOUR BUDGET 60AS, YOU'D SPEND IT I M_L. CAN YOU AT LEAST TELL ttE WHAT OUR COMPANY STRATEGY 15? NO, I DONTi GUANT YOU TO LOSE HOPE. I ^T L Peanuts WHAT COULV I DO ? I NEEPEP A PRINK . „ OF WATER.. > J ^ BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. When can we make a pie? *•»• CHECKING THE ORCHARP FOR APPLES IN THE SPRING & THIS. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer hero: > ^ >^ ^^. > N. ^> ~ ». j \. Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: SHEEP GUILT POETRY COUGAR Answer: What the egotist had at the cocktail party — AN T OUT FOR HER Cryptoquip Baby Blues 6-5 O'HY IYEVR LIEL LYUYBIKSY KBYVELKVN EVY OSDUOSYR LK IEHY DKSSYDLOKSN. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THINK ABOUT THIS ONE: WILL YOUR REPAIRED RADIOS BE LIKELY TO WORK OR PLAY? Today's Cryptoquip clue: S equals N 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. AtviD WouO i? we Moreu? ^W\ ROOM 616 The Lockhorns Born Loser "LEROY, YOU TELL HIM RIGHT NOW THAT I NEVER POT WORDS IN YOUR MOUTH!" CD(A£OH, ONLY 5TM6 WRICK b N4 Family Circus For Better or For Worse He FELL OFF IHE ^vi rpHWEHflDToQo BLINK1N1 ROOF, My PEAR U»N^ FbR * - AN' ITS ^rejL_SO«> ^ NEWRENTER. HlSSELF IN.'! r MV BACK ft LITTLE. you UFTTHIS INTO THE SURE.WHffTS "This B-flat is hoarse." Garfield Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 43 D.C. bigwig leopard 1 Blue stone 44 Symbol 4 Busy with 6 Matlock's 45 Summer 5 Knievel field telecast 9 Vacation- 47 Additionally ing 49 Tray 12 — -garde contents 13 Freudian 52 Plato's H subject 53 Gerund 14 Spy agcy. suffix 15 Congolese.54 Pilfer probably 16 "Inside Europe" writer 18 Language 20 Steering wheel 21 Cheerlead- ers'cry 23 Muck's pal 24 Droves 25 Help a hood 27 Computer button 29 St Patrick's Day event 31 Gardening | H |°| P [ tool IA '"" C1 35 The Titanic was one 37 Bigfoot's cousin 38 Highway divisions 41 Has permission performance 6 Pea or bean 7 Malarial symptom 8 Triumphed 9 Dark yellow 10 Profession 55 Roulette bet 56 Larry's pal 11 Cultivates 57 Linger 17 Richard DOWN Pryor 1 Clinton's movie Buddy, e.g. 19 Bridge 2 Heather's expert daughter Charles 3 Cougar or 21 Seance Solution time: 26 mins. Yesterday's answer sound 22 Lawyers' org. 24 One of LBJ's beagles 26 Aptitude 28 Knapsack part 30 Prefix for armor able 32 Goethe protagonist 33 Seine season 34 Back talk 36 Come out 38 Con for good 39 Sharp 40 "War- Games" group 42 You'll get a rise out of it 45 Clinton Cabinet member 46 Movie pooch 48 24 Down's companion 50 Listening device 51 Crafty 1 12 15 2 3 4 38 44 47 52 55 39 40 QTl IIV /IDdr^O For answers to today's crossword, call O I UlVIr I—Ly f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. CAPCTOON TAXES! MY BOSS SOT SICK OF ME AND TOLD ME < TO LEAYE HOW'S THE NEW GOING, I'fA CURRENTLY ON SICK LEAVE OH DEAR, SICK LEAVE ? WHAT'S THE PROBLEM ? THE AUPIENCE IS &AZING UPON We. WITH RAPT ATTENTION! OR SLEEPING WITH THEIR EVES OPEN I'LL NEWER. FIND A FLflTTERIN& WELL, Of COURSE WOMT! LOOK ffT YOUR THl&HS flRE PERFECT! YOU NEED SHOES! /MORE SHOES! LOTS OF CHUNKV. FABULOUS. UE6- LEN&fHEN ING- SHOES!! ..TO THE SHOE DEWRT- AlENTf /l^NONlE SELL. IT TflKES rt PROFE&SIONflL TO RESUSCITATE. IS 06&I&NED FOR CHUNKS PLATTORM BflRE FEET RUIM THE WHOLE PROPORTION)! Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia OVER rH£Ke,REX< JAKE THAT KOAP INTO'THE WOOPS! nirr«R ON S(PC

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