The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 19, 1995 · Page 21
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 21

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, May 19, 1995
Page 21
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The Salina Journal FUN Friday, May 19, 1995 C7 Calvin and Hobbes Family Circus CROSSWORD By Eugene Sheffer HOW OFVEU HWt 1 TCAJD "Try this on, Billy. Billy?" Beetle Bailey ZERO, WHY ARE YOU CARRVlHS THAT SWOW SHOVEL BEETLE'S SMART... HE CARRIES A RAKE 6>O 6AROE WILL TH/NK HE'S WORKING The Lockhorns "CANT YOU EVER GIVE ME THE SILENT TREATMENT IN SILENCE?" 36 They're in good hands 37 Typewriter roller 39 Bandleader Brown 40 Greek vowel 41 Bother 45 Whence linen is derived 48 Echidna's kin 50 Bean town? 51 Simplicity 52 Mountain 53 Well- sobriquet 2 A bit of a shock 3 Three- handed card game 4 Oscar winner for "Cocoon" 5 Overcharges 6 Cross type 7 Bland 8 Where the action is 9 Formal wear 10 Kyoto cum- ACROSS 1 Nightwear, for short 4 Spot of wine? 8 Fermi's concern 12 Fine, to NASA 13 React to a pun 14 Hayseed 15 Stabilizes 17 Egress 18 Assault 19 "And—the opposite shore..." 21 Acidity levels 22 Nebraska river 26 Home of the brave 29 Youngster 30 By what means 31 Enthusiastic 32 Scoundrel 33 Incisiveness 34 Cambridge sch. 35 First Supreme Court Chief j Justice Yesterday'8 answer 5-19 versed with merbund 54 Mast 11 Bumped into 16 Used the VCR 20 Antiquated 55 Cunning DOWN 1 Hemingway Solution time: 28 m'ins. 23 Emaciated 24 Schlepp 25 Rams' ma'ams 26 Pack down 27 Satan's specialty 28 Pocket bread 29 A singing Starr 32 Hors d'oeuvres 33 Domineering 35 Lustrous black 36 Kitchen tool 38J.R. Ewing, e.g. 39 Capital of Tibet 42 Resorts 43 Calm before the storm 44 Agriculture Secretary under Clinton 45 Winter woe 46Backtalk 47 I love, to Livy 49 You can't stand to have one 5 0 3 46 47 CTIIUDCR9 F° r answers to today's crossword, call V I UHlr CU I 1-900-454-6873199eperminute,touch- tone / rotary phones. (18+ only.) A King Features service, NYC. 5-19 CRYPTOQUIP NCG KGPY ZJFFUFX ZWWE UD W F G NCPN Y U E G M J D U F X C G K F W W M Y G . Yesterday's Cryptoquip: A FORGER IS A FELLOW YOU CAN COUNT ONTO EAGERLY WRITE WRONGS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: F equals N IT'S NEW...BOOK 21 Now you can order 200 classic Cryptoquips by sending $4.50 (check/m.o.) to CryptoClassics Book 2, PO Box 6411, Riverton NJ 08077. Walnut Cove Hi and Lois 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. O1995 by King Features Syndicate, Inc. (I'd like the red ; cardigan sweater in a medium, please Yes... my Visa number is) 4I2-008-OI4-76I. And it expires in November I995. Okay- thank you S For Better or for Worse ONE WHO SETS RAID A UoT OF /MONEY MAV0E I G>0 TO LAW SCHOOL. OF LAWYER WtoUU? YOU But I haven't forgotten their numbers credit cards Mom? -1 I DIDN'T f EVEN THINK 1 NEED TO COM9 MY HAlR J OKAY, EVERYBODY, LET'S &O DADDY CAN PINISH SHAVINS r— I NEED TO SET IN THERE FOR A SECOND EUV fV4O I WfYflEDTb GNE 2- WEEKS you A 0 GRftND OPENING" <Vi|=iI GIFT. \AlEVOERENT SURE ! WEU -> WHfl(TITWOOiX>BE \ NEED -„_-. TO BRUSH 1Bte - f TEETH S BEEM WUV'S TV'S CLflSSIC! VOU imeut TflSKS WITH L16E- VOU,ON THE OTHER HflMD, Hfl\IE fl LITTLE TOO MUCH TI/ME OM VOUR HflNDS, mOTHER.. OF COURSE VOU AWE, SWEETIE. VOU'RE LIFE FULL OF STRESS SO VOU WOM'T FEEL LONELV., Born Loser US SUCH fl GREflT COAlBIMflTION ISM'T IT? r MO ON\6 WOULD L£KVe UKTIL "* (Wti'K.LKfc... WrAMHW 3 PLHED...DIDTHe PUHLONGT TflNCE 50 VOU WOM'T HflUE TIME TO NOTICE WHflT VOU DON'T HflVE... VOU'RE SU6CONSCIOUSLV REPLflClMfr A HUS- BflNO /WD CHILDREN WITH fl STflTE OF -IriDUCEO GLKDV5 5AH6 Rex Morgan, M.D. 5WE PIP WOT MEAH TO INJURE YOU. CELESTE... SURELY YOU KNOW THAT. AFTEK MY WOIV GET BACK BEFORE J BKAIU YOU! / C/l/ME TO TELL YOU PK. L WHAT DO YOU 825-1001 2 Blocks South of Central Mall SUNFLOWER INTERIORS Carpet Factory Outlet, Inc.

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