The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 17, 2001 · Page 12
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B4 TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Jumble Crossword lAY CUBICLE 15 SUCKING THE LIFE FORCE OUT OF lAE. I f^E^t< . IT ALUAYS HAS, BUT IT 5EEIAS LIKE ITS HAPPENING FASTER NOUJ. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. BEIPD 02001 TrJxmo Media Seivices, Inc. Al nighls Reserved. KAYLB THEIRZ 'f&UPICTATEANE-MWl-C^ HOIK yac& RECCgNITlCN ^ E-MAIL IN A SPEECH 5IMULATl(?NfTO5l?AMANP iN5KJ?a^ REAPING rr WOULDN'T IT wnHAcca FACPP wwv»jumbte com TADEEB s. A, THIS WA5 PRAWN AFTER HER FA5T- PACEP PANCE SCENE. Ans.er.^Y Y Y Y "IfT ^ vt^ yT^ >1 k yk Now arrange tfie circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Y Y Y Y A A A, A. / Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: PRIZE QUOTA PYTHON PEPTIC Answer: A citizen turns Into tfiis at tax time — A "PAY-TRIOT" Cryptoquip Baby Blues New exazciie PPOC^AM , C-OtMG To 66? Vine usoMi 1. WtiJy^ lU^TAgfuJiTH 7 For Better or For Wtorse CIJW KW JNJXAYBXKN RAVYL GYVTEXJT K GVCJY VEAKFJ BW IBR IVLJ, IJ CKR TJ-NBFIAJT. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: TWO SHOPPERS TALKING IN THE BEDDING DEPARTMENT WERE MAKING BLANKET STATEMENTS. Today's Cryptoquip Clue: J equals E 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. TO SEE // e<3 tOELl_X-- HE'S WON SOME^ I 410ARDS FOR ^ HtS FHOTo&(?APH</ -AND HE HAS HE'S fleOOD FRIEWP, DE^ C\ WflMT To TfeLL MU I-TMINK HE W/ASfl LITTl-E HURT To KNOW UlE <&OT M/\Rf?ieD /^MD DIDtvl'T TEl-U HIM, MlCHflEL- we HAVE Ta KEEP rr A SECRET. IF \AOtA. FOUMDOOi; SHE'D EXPLODE II^Hb \ MILLION! The Lockhorns GarfleM 03M1 v *M Moest «<iEfiPniSES. IN •d tf King Tnum Syr>*ca« tf. / 7 n "FORGET NEW CHINA, LORETTA... YOUR MEAL6 DESERVE A PETRI DI6H." Family Circus Picldes It^ NEUi UiAV$ StoCR ^ VEArt. I K ^ARtlCl£,TobJ OZODI 8il Kaane. Inc. Dial, by King Fflflturoi , www.famllycircus.CQm "I don't know WHAT Grandma cooked for us, but she said it was rich in fiber." Blondie HERB'S BUYING k ] NEW CAR TO / REPLACE HIS < OLD CLUNKER ) r < THAT'S NICE I WISH I THERE'S NOTHING COULD BUy] WRONG WITH OUR A BRAND-<^ CAR, DEAR r- NEW CAR.' i\ V_^_^/^— y Born Loser BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 "-the word" 5 Navigator's aid 8 Buy stuff 12 Slanted type (Abbr.) 13 Coexist 14 Gambling game 15 One-piece wraparound 16 Underworld guard dog 18 Lion/ goat/ serpent hybrid 20 Immersed in water 21 Writer Buscaglia 22 Raw rock 23 Lecherous fellow 26 Demon of Amerind folklore 30 Bush spokesman Fleischer 31 Rap artist -Kim 32 Bradstreet's partner 33"Beowuir DOWN monster 1 Various 36 Down things East (Abbr.) 38 Annoy 2 Hexagonal 39 Lummox state 40Journalist 3 Husband, Alexander in Le 43 Eagle/lion Havre cross- 4 In a breed meager 47Lycan- manner thrope 5 Computer 49Shoppe shortcut descrip- 6 Type of tion code? 50 Hit 7 Apiece bottom 8 Distorted 51 Teensy 9 Zeus' 52 Hold the consort scepter 10 Cross to 53 Theater bear offering 11 Luxurious 54 Ultra- 17 Cow modernist palace? 55 Monopoly 19 Always, card in verse Solution time: 27 mins. warn Qas maisi •QEaiD EMU WSBM QEQEataaDSiD mm •DQCl DdDDBClBIi] mna am mmm iDQsiD mm mas Yesterday's answer 4-17 22 Vinegar mate 23 Succumb to gravity 24Timetabe abbr 25 Dead heat 26 Actor Wheaton 27 A mean Amin 28 Holster item 29 Inseparable 31 Albanian coin 34 Fourscore + 10 35 Sketch 36-tai 37 Be able to buy 39Qluck's ' "-ed Euridice" 40 Trade 41 Sherman's assessment of war 42Pavarotti piece 43 Merriment 44 Chimney channel 45Cleese companion 46 Requisite 48 Possess ziggy HBYi mrTOUCHTHAT! m POWNLOAPJN(=iSom $ruFf mm m gfKPJ^ Sim . ... www.ziggyzone.com IT MJUOWS YOU TO KIMCK OME 5t-V0W TO LNTC^l \ m WOULD IW WT TKKT 7^^ TK^RHDIHGOHCSKOH I Cf^KeTO WKTCH KT mYGweu TifAe! Rex Morgan, IVI.B. Cathy REX, BEFORE VOU ASK ME wwy I'M Bm&m My PATIENTS' FAMILIES HOME.., you PONT HAVE TO EXPUAIN... THEy NEEPEP HELP ANP you COULPN'T REFUSE... IIL III i UOHW DID I BUW THAT RUfr LAST WEAR? WHV DID I SUCCUmB TO ANOTHER PILLOW SALE ? WHS DID I HAME TO HflME THE LAmP?? 1 / excess! ( OyeRlMDUL &EtOCEr L GLUTTONS! [i THERE'S NO eETnri& M WD Of IT...I 3U&T HAVE TO LWE WTH rr... A COM- STflNT, DWLV REmiNDER Of mv l *3EAK WILL. Peanuts Sylvia LET 5 TRY TO MAKE IT A NICE FRIENPLY 6AME... TeOOP! I'LL HU6 V THE CATCHER! A cu^ of coffee ...BLA<-M*^o •\\. wi\ave'i-li)e UpoLoCr/2.e before ' iN-Hiere. j_

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