The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on June 6, 1998 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, June 6, 1998
Page 18
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B8 SATURDAY, JUNE 6, 1998 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble Crossword OUR POINTY- HAIRED !E>05S WONT TELL OUR CO/APANY'S •STRATEGY. SO I SPEND /AY DAYS WANDERING FROfA CUBICLE TO CUBICLE, TRYING TO DEDUCE THE STRATEGY. SO FAR I'VE RULED "FIRST TO MARKET. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to term BY EUGENE SHEFFER four ordinary words. AND "PREMIERE ANYTHING. ^ UPTHERE,..WHYR?Nt <<&OGO ses. WHAT / omeop ( HOT LINKS ANP OAVASCRIFTIN£ It's the only thing I've caught all day WHAT THE UNLUCKY FISHERMAN HOOKEP. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. (Answers Monday) Jumbles: CLOUT SWISH FUTILE VERIFY Answer: Checking the orchard for apples In the spring Is this — FRUITLESS 6-6 B R P O Y S I C H P A U K Z P A B J J Y C I UBSYAKUUN C I K C K C J B I P K H V Baby Blues IWAWATAUfTODAPPVn ! / J CM I TAwt? JlWAMWATAliei Born Loser Ifc T5KNV6 PLKYOFF5 WWCK OST R* TWO NWWS71I FOP Better OP FOP Worse TAKE. My Keys, you TWO GoTbTReBoS Pei«\NNA CftN BRIMS- THE CflR BACK. I'LL DRIVE. YOU Twe 7W KNOW DEflNNA ITSTco BflD „ i'n CHooSETfe ~-IT FEELS LIKE I J V/0U CAN'T * C-MOOiETO HAVETuto FAMILIES, MV FRIENDS AND , RELATIVES/ L -ISN'T Garlield VOU'VE BEEN A GREAT CROWP/ PIPN'T WAKE UP ONCE Pickles OP£*i THE FREEZER. ~ EAT "WE ICE. ~ CREAM/ Rex Morgan, M.D. REX...LOOK! THERE'S SO/HEON/E ON THE OUNP YV ZPKUUN K OBBCKCYBR. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I'VE HEARDTHATTELE- PHONE OPERATORS ARE INCLINED TO HAVE CONNECTIONS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: R 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 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 Old-style "shush" 6 Foe of the Dark Night 11 Rum recipe 12 Puts on a pedestal 14 Equal in duration 15 Itsy-bitsy 16 Stevens or Ballou 17 Ignominy 19 More, to Marcello 20 Reed instrument 22 Numerical prefix 23 4ths: abbr. 24 Foolish sort 26 Just says no 28 Gumshoe 30 Vast expanse 31 Hardly ornate 35 He of the good life 39 Frilly 40 Spigot 42 Olympic sled 43 Mel of Cooperstown 44 Kingdom subdivisions 46 Extinct New Zealander 47 Cafe 49 Cover stories? 51 Turned tart 52 Least wild 53 David of "Just Shoot Me" 54 "-of Glass" (79 song) DOWN 1 Japanese horseradish 2 One of Liz's exes 3 "Who am —argue?" 4 Without . 5 Stingy 6 Sleepwear 7 Garf ield's pal 8"—-Tiki" 9 Bursts forth 10 Call it a night 11 Georgia Solution time: 28 mlns. Yesterday's answer city 13 "Green Eggs and Ham" author 18 Timetable abbr. 21 Ledger datum 23 Shrink in fear 25 Still 27—de- lance 29 Battery terminal '. 31 Unkempt ' folks ; 32 Barbecue locations 33 Misbehaves 34 Aye canceler 36 Mill output 37 One with "("trouble 38 Fermenter 41 The Bell Jar" writer 44 Vb. portion of a sentence 45 Wings 48 La-la lead- in 50"—Little Teapot" The Lockhorns I <IAS FMIUM Er*'<Ut bb "TO MAKE IT EVEN WOR6E, I OWN STOCK IN OUR INSURANCE COMPANY." Family Circus Q"T| ||V/IDCTY? For answers to today's crossword, call O I \J Vll C.LJ 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. Ziggy "The old woman who lived in a shoe would call them skyscrapers." Blondie TAKE A LOOK AT OfcSWOOD'S .„, ^ ^ - CREAM COLLECTION YES, BUT ME'S SO IMPATIENT ABOUT EATIN6 IT/ OH MY, I SEE WHAT MEAN.' 'LET me CHECK. THE ...NO. NO WEIRDNESS. NO flURfl Of 6UILT flROUND THE Mfl&HIN6...IT ISN'T OFFENDED .. DOESN'T FEEL LIKE BflO NEWS.. f I PREDICT THflT*i IS OflD CflLLINfr TO SAW HI... *2 15 CHflRLENE RETURW- INGrftN CflLL... *3 l& BU&INES&.../1ND MM FIRST HflNfr-UP FROM THE mflN i mer LAST WEEK? BOTHER SflTURDW NI&HT ANOTHER ROU&IN& &flmE OF "&UESS WHO'S OM IfH ANSWERlNfr /HACHIME".... Sylvia

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