The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 18, 2001 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 18, 2001
Page 12
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84: WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL WHAT'S THE WORST THING THAT COULD HAPPEN? OUR BETA PRODUCT COULD TURN INTO AN EVIL ROBOT THAT ANNIHILATES THE GALAXY. APPARENTLY I DON'T KNOW WHAT "WORST" fAEANS. r'LtGEp ,TWlNGO(fr HIMAGIA93 VHJMClf? y I r-v T Baby Blues iGoesj For Bener or For Ifltorse . HUdS FIRST- K^PLANATIOW, SECOND^ I REAP A>i \Ymir •rue UE poEg> \-r WORKS, TOO. I'VE SEEM &MA\iir^ WG +rr, w I PEEL SNVARTER ALREAPV. Blondie CAH you CATER A PINMER PARTY FOR '\CERTAINLy,,, MY OPTIMISTS CLUB? ) FOR HOW MANY?^ m SIXTV PEOPLE,..ANP WE'P LIKE TO SET IT FOR A POLLAR A PLATE Rex Morgan, M.B. I SAW SHIRLEy THOMAS AT • HOSPfTAl....SHE TOLP /V\E WHAT YOU PIP/ UNPER THE CIRCUMSTANCES, you WOULP HAVE PONE OH, WE UOCKEP HIM IN THE BASEMENT UNTIL HE CAAAE TO HIS SENSES.' Peanuts 15 THERE ANV WAY U)E CAM GET RIP OF LUCY OUT THERE IN RI6HT FIELP? 15 THERE ANY WAV U)E CAN 6ET RIP OF YOU? m /pON T SAY THAT.. I \ I WAS JUST 6ETTIN6 ) H V^OMFORTABLE^^ BY HENJRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, tj^orrntou^ortlnar^onjs. WETIC n eMOIWtoy MKk.Smlcw, Inc. RETEX n STIDGE www.furrblt.ooni CHIANG TUTT WHAT THE PLUMPER PIP TO HIS 5HOULPER. Ans: 'f Y Y Y Y Y Y Y T' T Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested tv the above cartoon. Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow] Jumbles: BIPED BALKY ZITHER DEBATE Answer: This was drawn after her fast-paced dance scene-A DEEP BREATH Cryptoquip UQHZ OC HF HZZVJFDE'C VMZGOZ VG LQVOLD? H SHU CMOZ, FHZMJHSSE. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: WHEN AN ELECTRICAL STORM PRODUCED A POWER OUTAGE IN HIS HOME, HE WAS DE-LIGHTED. Today's Ci^ptoquip Clue: Z equals T The Cryptoquip Is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, 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. The LocUiorns -NO, LEROY, THIS DOESNT COOIVIT AS OUR POING SOMETHING TOGETHER." Family O2001 sn Kara. Inc. ^ OttlUyKlngFtMuniSynil. "He's got walkin' figured out, but he's still workin' on his run." Born Loser Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS I London forecast 4 LXVII tripled 7 Marching- band member 8 On the rotund side lOMorticia's mister II Target of a Pasteur vaccine 13 Biblical retribution 16 Auction action 17 Tea additive 18 Pugilists' org. 19 Remark re Yorick 20 One with will power? 21 Autumnal quaff 23 — wool 25 Bulk 26 Near the treasure 27 Alphabet letters 28 Aplomb 30 Beer barrel 33 Retaliated in kind 36 Chide 37 Perfect 38 Medicated 39 Gotta have 40 Teutonic (Abbr.) 41 Switches' positions DOWN 1 Raged 2 Do as you're told 3 Graceful antelope 4 Mild cigar 5 Heel style 6 "the Mood for Love" 7 Author Morrison 8 Seniors' events 9 Small one 10 Tie up the phone . Solution time: 26 mins. ISIQI^B IQQQ ElillBQ DDQH aQB QBCIQ gDQD QBQQSEIQIQ QQDiaillilQ QCaQSQ QSQ EMS ••••• dDiaQDSB •QD ODD mm mmma mum DQQ BOB mama QIDDBQIICI •QDD mm mm QDDQ UMSl UMBSl Yesterday's answer 4..13 12 Astrologer Leek 14 Phobia 15 Listening device 19 Commercials 20 Border 21 Ersatz chocolate 22 Put out 23 Retum mail enc. 24 Golfer Lee 25 Barker and Bell 26 Cable- ready 28 Aspect 29 Weasel's cousin 30 Elbows' counterparts 31 '7oundsl'' 32 Come together 34 Pirates' potable 35 Paradise For answers to today's crossword, call Cn IMDn \9 1-900-454-6873I 99e per minute, touch- d I UlVIr CU • tone/rotary phones. (18+ only) A King Features sen/ice, NYC. ziggy T& Mix SOME 5EEP5NOWANPlfjlEN'? mLO\ YOU me mem? m IF YOU CMUHG FKOIA K mm PKOHe,sTKYoNTKe Cathy l*)flNT TO LUNCH, CATHW ? NO, TH/WKS. I WILL NEVER PW »7.50 FOR A SANDWICH MOltt I SrUCW T>1E ADS... ...CLIP COUPOWS...TRACK DOWN THE BEST BUV5 ON BREAD, LUNCH MEAT AMD LETTUCE.../MAKE A WAREHOUSE RUN FOR PLASTIC lORAP AND CONOimENTS... ...FACTOR IMTHE VALUE 09 m TIWE, CREATWJE EI^ER&M, &A&, VEHtCULflR WEAR AND TEAR AND... ...yoiuAr EMEN IN FRUGALtTS I'0\JER- ACWEVE. Sylvia m I \Sl\ t^**^ pH-Vwo pieces op brCAP-fo- WA", OH rye, m\ bee^'.. "PAOiiH NAiLf"

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