The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 13, 2001 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, April 13, 2001
Page 16
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B4 FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Dilbept one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. SOINY emi TnbWK Madia Sankai, Inc. YUHRR D SHURTH • n ANDAGE —cr^ Another hour I we land HOW THE PA5- 5EN©E|25 FPUT WHEN THEIR UATE FUI6HT RAN OUT OF PPINK5. Now arrange the olrclad letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer here; 111 J >°rrn K A\ A, As .A ,. K A. A Answers tomorrow Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow; Jumbles: LADLE CHOKE RACIAL MASCOT Answer: This gives a miser a warm feeling -COLD CASH Cryptoqulp For Bener or For Wbrse ITte BEEW INSANE,M/\N. PEE'S MOM IS SO FOCUSED Ofvt-T>HIS IxJEPDlNS, SHE CALLS US THREE Tir>^ES ft J UPTD HER., BUT EVERW- THir-JS- IS DECIDEP BEFORE lAJE HAVE A TgIS UJOMi^N ISfl CON- pLOHl l/OU SMILIN <&?1 Tfe>U-IN<50yER6&^f?fN&, '-—ir -L •» ^ f SLYLFPO'C DGCDKRYAJX QBYYB; "BXV CBXVDLFC GLSLF VDL. YRLN QLFLXN KLY APYDKJLV," Yesterday's Cryptoquip: IN THE MUSIC ACADEMY SCANDAL, ONE UNLUCKY PIANIST IS CONSIDERED THE KEY PLAYER. Today's Cryptoquip Clue: G 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. I SELF-INDUL^EMT V-^Pi?UITCA »i :E! l/OU rtRE-WUKINS- ABOUT l/OUB MOTHER- IN-, /. The LocklHH'ns OiODI WU ItOEET EKTEn />HIGE&, WC OMtuMd b| Kin« F*tli«M GfnICiM "Today is GOOD Friday, tomorrow is BETTER Saturday, and next day is BEST Sunday." Blondie Born Loser BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARQIRION Unsoiamble theas four Jumbles, BY EUGENE BHEFFEI? ACROSS 1 Thou squared 4 Puts into the mix 8 Stumble 12Spoon- t}ender Geller 13 Admonition to Nanette 14 Texas city 15 Catholic leader 17NYSE counterpart 18'Tommy, can you 19 Possess 21 Writer Fleming 22ChatteiBox 26 Relieve 29 Make like Maroiano 30"Awe- somel" 31 Humpty's perch 32 Junior 33 Frat party outfit 34 Intent 35 Harper Valley org. 36Keafon's 2 "Dies—" stay^at- 3100cen- home role tesimi 37Complain 4 "20 39 Sticky Questions" stuff category 40 Hole 5 Film 41 Fingers of director baseball Stanley 45 Utter 6 Modem- members day 48 Type of evidence brd 7 Exemplar SOTom Joad, of wisdom e.g. 8 Nasality 51 Leak out 9 Aries slowly 10 Diamonds 52 Navigation 11 Plague hindrance 16 Same 53 Cried old 54 Gotta routine have 20 Grow 55 Type units 23Ballina gym? DOWN 24 "Othello" 1 Greatly villain Solution time: 25 mini, Bin DQDDD mm mm mxM DQCl E]SD QUOD WM mSM QaBBB DIHQDlinD QDC! Waim BQOIQ Yfltt«rd«y'iansw«r4.^3 25 Cheese choice 26 Booty 27 Poker hand 28 Ticklish Muppet 29 Feathery accessory 32 Cowboy hat 33 Sing heartily 35 Omega preoeder 36 Anchored 38 Surprised defeat 39 Barely scratch 42 Cereal Mikey likes 43 Part of the loop 44 Part of Sam I Am's entree 45"Whaml" 46 Arthur Godfrey played It 47 Spade, heart, club or diamond 49 Pirouette pivot 1 2 12 15 18 26 27 28 31 34 37 1 50 53 Ziggy JTslRQE WHm"THEY SAYA^OOT PO(2] VfeARS, aOT THAT POESK'T MEAN Yoa SHCOLP H AN/E SEN/BN ^ YEAR II ^ www.Jiggyzona.oom HEy RAD/ WHICH TIE SHOULP I WEAR TO A PANCy RESTAURANT; .STRIPES OR PLAIP? Rex Morgan, M.D. Cathy you T (3UP MARIS ASTHAM WAS CAUSgD Sy SAiVJKE... , I WASN'T ^mmioiA ARE CAUefP By A/.OrClFTHINifS, MR. liC9mt\ THE FACT IS HE'S AN ASTHMATIC... ANP NEEPS yOUR Hetfi-TO coNTRou rr/ D0^J'Tm/\KEmELOOK! I DOK>'T WANT TD LOOK.! NOU blDN'T LOOK, DIDVOU?? OK... I'm &OIN& TO LOOK. XLL FORCE W&ELf. TD LOOK! I LOOKED! 1 SAWf ILL DO BEHEfl! XLL REFORM \ OUST (TETTWY HIDEOUS NUmBER OUTOFmW HEAD "VT-\r7— THE flCCOUMTflr^TS OFFICE l& LIKE h BflTHROOm SCALE. SHALL WE PEEKJ Sylvia I CAN T CATCH THOSE BECAUSE THE 6R0UNP 15 TOO BUMP4'! HE WHO CANNOT PANCE PUTS,THE BLAME ON THE FLOOR," /UJHATEVER V. THAT MEANS 6 \ve CcMiNAVjof' yer 'i on 'fVie Are yov \2*<6 'iKer •Vo be a- H a PW ion M-, S 4he Sel -^Co^^•\yeL ^c. Weep A Vfii^ 'u^y ^eve' ALWAYS ?^XlVM ' oPPl:/ ON-

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