The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 6, 2001 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

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B4 FRIDAY, APRIL 06, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL I'hA BRINGING l>AY COPY OF "WHO'S INCREDIBLE" TO m HIGH SCHOOL REUNION. IF ANYONE ASKS HOW I't^ DOING, I'LL CASUALLY OPEN THE BOOK AND POINT TO KY NArAE. I GOT RICH SELLING A BOOK CALLED "WHO'S INCREDIBLE" TO GULLIBLE PEOPLE. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one leRer to each square, to form four ordinary words. SEUDO s ,.A ejooi Tribune Media Sentas, Inc. All RlgMe neierveil. LITAP 2 Zits MYDOBE WHAT PIP W WRITE n MINE I^AgOl /riHPTlME IT ^AIR5ANPa £IT /^™E cow. PIUCWOF PEP. , MOURUQ —|7 I must say you're not too expensive \ WHAT THe FORTUNE TELLER C.HARGEP, Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Y Y Y Y " K Y Y Y Y"^ A, A A A / k A A A y (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: BRAVE INKED UNRULY FAMILY Answer: To a mechanic, coffee Is often this — "BREAK" FLUID Baby Blues For Bener or For Wbrse VSC VKQE VRPOKT PF FORYJPEM KAA. SC SRFE'V IKEC R IRTECI VSPEM FPEYC ORFV QCCJ. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: MIGHT YOU CONSIDER THE PRESIDENT OF A SODA MANUFACTURING COMPANY A POP STAR? Today's Cryptoquip Clue: I equals D The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in w^hich one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, It will equal O throughout the puzzle. Single letters, short words and wfords using an apostrophe give you ciues to locating vowels. Solution is by trial and error. IT /S VERy LATB. ITI IS TIME TO SLEEF?/ SOMETIMES, LOOKING MU H^S ITS BBNEF/TS. The Lockhorns 4- te wiiihoeslOool.com Garfield • M AR(?IAGE 16 THE PROCESS OF FINDING OOT WHAT KIND OF HUSBAND Y00(? WIFE WOULD HAVE PREFERRED." Family Circus Pickles WELL, m -THE OME. VlHO PEERS \AlAtERS WI^A, AWP TA\<ESCAREOPmM. MAKES HIM WKiE.. GRA^APA? O200I BIIKasn*. Inc. Dltt. by KJng f ealuroi I www.famllyclrcus.com iinnllycfrcus.com "Momrny's font is a lot prettier than yours, Daddy." Blondie Born Loser Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Rushes of wind 6 Chart 9 Part of a wd. 12 In the works 13 Raw rock 14 Before Wed. 15 Comic Anderson 16 Cassava pudding 18-of steps 20 Deride 21 Vacationing 23 Never, in Nurenterg 24 Spread out 25 Horse play? 27 Just one of the bunch? 29 Insight 31 Dasher's yokemate 35 False (Pref.) 37 Marquis' superior 38 Frivolous 41 Shell game need 43 Driver's license datum 44 Carpet layer's concern 45 User 47Tubular dessert 49 Actor Wallace 52 Summer on the Seine 53 Moo goo gal pan pan 54 Bird or Hagman 55 Absolutely 56 "Malcolm X" director 57 Nelson and Mary Baker Solution time: 25 mins. oiiiiDD •QD mmm QIIBE] UWSl BOOB BcaBQ EXM wsum WMOXM fODBCllDB BDQ WSM QDBB QOBBODBIS aOO DBD BODCIQilEHZI WSSSH BSD QBD BQQDoa mmmsa DBDB mm BBIQB QDBB BOO OBDB ^••B DBB BISQB Yesterday's answer ^ DOWN 1 Guy's companion 2 E.T.'s transport 3 Fluffy dessert 4 Drudgery 5 Oktober- fest item 6 Barbara, to Dubya 7 Suspicious smell? 8 Energy 9 Milkmaid's perch 10 Agave plant 11 In need of caulking 17 Loom on the horizon 19 Classical dance movement 21--Locka, FL 22 Dandy 24 Hot tub 26 Annie, for one 28 Extra 30 Chicago hrs. 32 Flan's cousin 33— out a living 34Mardi Gras monarch 36 "Rabbit, Run" author 38Cagney's partner 39 Incensed 40 Hereditary units 42 Supermarket section 45 Lotion emollient 46 Ballot residue 48 A fly-by- night? 50 Distorted 51 Pataki's abbr. Ziggy AMM PLANET? Rex Morgan, M.D. Cathy MARB AHV BBAU ARE IN •rVIERE, MR, AACBRIPE... BUT TME/ WONT GO WrrH YOU! LIKE I SAIP...AAINP yOUR OWN BUSINESS, upy.' 7 WHILE OTHERS ^ BOU&HT STOCKS SOU BOU&HT SHOES. WHILE OTHERS TRADED IN BLUE CHIPS, MOU TRADED IN BLUE 3EAHS... WHILE OTHERS WWESTED IN DOT-COMS, VOU INVESTED IN DOO-DADS... f WHILE OrHERS PLACED THE MARKET, VMOU PLAMEDTHE MALL. ...AND HOVi WRE BROKE! WHILE OTHERS WALLOW IN TOTAL RUIN SOU ARE mEREtV BROKE'! Peanuts Sylvia l'/\^ SORRV VOO GOT MIT ON THE HEAP YE5TERPAV, CHARLES HOU KHOU), I REALLV PIPN'T CALL FOR A BEANBALL.,1 CALLEP FOR A KNUCKLEHEAP.. pr"P It WAS DH« "Creorcre wHo?"I vJenCxfK^z up priNKiN(3-...BiuL Newer GrA>ve op ANN/+HiN&f+he 6yy HMN'^- A cHeeseijortier ox P. ^YOON (\e iN<T H'ls Urfree-Hobby SHWxivvouer IAN ^rejiPeNC^.' -HieNX woKe up 7r «$\o^NVX vvfA<, A s^o&Ki>wi<er:.. wwicB OiPK'^ hAe he AjH^ppy

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