The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 20, 2001 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, April 20, 2001
Page 16
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B4 FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL OUR COtAPANY VALUES ARE TRUST, INTEGRITY AND TEAt^ORK. FOR THE FIRST TirAE IN fAY LIFE I FEEL THE UJARf^ GLOU OF UNCONDITIONAL LOVE! Jumble YOU'RE UNDER A HEATING VENT. OH. . .UIELL, THAT'S GOOD TOO. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these (our Jumbles, one lenerto each square, to form four ordinary words. LURRA O200I Tnbiin. Mvf Strom, Inc. Al mfu Rw«v«d. ROALF CUPSAM THEMIFKINTEPITOn; ixm> IT mom ENVQOFE WITH A CCyPLEOFOK PHOTOS irO/riNTHEMAIL^- UNLOGE - s. A / _ WHAT THE G05- 5IP5 eNJOVEP 5HARIN© AT THEIR LUNCH, Print answer here: Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. V "Sr N K f "y 'Y k A A. A A. Yesterday's A\ A\ A\ A (Answers tomomjw) Jumbles: LOGIC FELON QUARTZ EXPEND Answer: Letting his partner fall did this to their relationship - PUT IT ON ICE Cryptoquip Baby Blues SPeuP Woo PS ujitu m TO/ W(VSASlM6lNC-a)lvJ(JoV, For Better or For Hftirse WMP YSRRVWSRGSPY XVEOOJ JVTOGVEWOKPK NPDW MSR XIZ WI JVNP RZPPDSTL EMVTLPR. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: WOULD A HOLE IN THE WALL OCCUPIED BY SMALL HAIRY RODENTS BE CALLED A MOUSE PAD? Today's Cryptoquip Clue; R equals S 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. ujou). I flin so REUEVEP! llHoueHT UOUb BE mGK.\\ OR INSULTED OR..^ m EXTRAV/l<5,qNrweODINS IS RISHT FOR UJ6DP1NSS ARE AS PERSOWflL AS BIRTH AND DEATH, eON.EVElSiy- I PEOPLE, AND TOO OlvlE MUST OBSERVE 1 „ t^UCH FOR OTH ER THESE LIFE- C.\\PHGr\U& EXPEl?l6^k;ES IN THEIR OWN ARE you CRPOy? •••1 BOUBHTA TheLockhorns iTENIERPRISES,INC DWrtUM by King fMUM SrnOoM Garfield GARFieLP I6N'T\ MUCH FOR TWe FARM LIFE, IS HE, JONNV? "IF YOO THINK I HAVE TOO MANY MAGNETS, LEROY, OUST SAY SO." Family Circus I Lov/e-ro PERCH \li m&M PLACE6 VlHElO I LOOK AT FEEL LIKE I'M &eiM(&M00MEP/, O2001 Bll Keane. ItK. DBI. by King Features 1_, _ www.lamllycl "Did you use up all the "good old days,' Grandma, or are there still some left over?" Born Loser Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Snapshot 4 Frost 8 Explosive sound 12 Homer Simpson's expletive 13 Ticklish Muppet 14 Relaxation 15 Four-line verse 17Pumps up the volume 18 Coral creation 19 Daisylike? 20 Confronts 22 Place 24 Pentateuch bk. 25 Comparative figure of speech 29 Afternoon social 30 Best man's responsibility 31 Old French coin 32 Symbolic story 34 Fill till full 35 Twain DOWN lad 1 Without 36Whirling further part ado 37 Shoe 2 Debtor's scratch letters 40 War 3 Sketcher's sitcom medium 41 Firetruck 4 First word need of 3042 Contra- Across, diction in often terms 5 Scandi- 46 Baldwin navian brother man's 47 Italian name bread? 6 Chartres 48 Tulsa chum sch. 7 Howard or 49 Pub Ely missile 8 Endure 50 Author 9 Weak, as Hunter an excuse srChariotte's 10 Snakes —" 11 Network Solution time: 23 mins. DQQQ EiWS GMBS •QBO BQB aaaa BDQQ DQIl SUMS Sma BMS QQHQQ BDQElOlilBIDSS amas ami QBCQD Yesterday's answer 4 .20 16-off (started) 19 Endeavor 20 Greek cheese 21 Skating leap 22 Memorize 23— -bitsy 25 Cow's hurdle? 26 London airport 27 Numerical (Pref.) 28 Contrite one 30 End of wk. letters 33 Result 34 Mediocre 36 Oriental noodles 37 Herring­ like fish 38 Soft-drink flavor 39 PC owner 40 Pianist Dame — Hess 42 Grand -Opry 43 "Sun King" Louis 44 Mined matter 45 Gist For answers to today's crossword, call 1-900-454-6873199« per minute, touchtone/rotary phones. (18+ only.) A King Features service, NYC. Ziggy ^^P^NERiPEWAS ™AiRPUWef=OOD>a^ Blondie cw£F, HovJ 00 YO) me w JOB eFPEaiV£ME55 OHKSCNLEOF 0K6-T0'TeK? Jmt MOUGKORC ^ SCALE ONLY GOEb OOH^ y TO 0K£ ? Bex Morgan, M.O. REX, I'M A6 mXW TO BL/VWE FOR THIS Ncmma tm i HAVE... Cathy so I WAS THINKING MAYBE THERE'S WAY WE COUUP EASE INTO THIS HOlO CAN I e\IER SAME Mom ?! 7 BUS W BULK.! USE GEMERIC BRANDS! CLIP COUPONS! SHOP ascouNT STORED! GO TD THE LlBRflRW! UIRN Off LI&HT5! WALK mORE, DRWE LESSf \^R&U56! REfURBISH! REDEEM? POOR BABM • ITS IMPOSSIBLE ISN'T IT??' ^ HARDWARE &L\TCH. ^ SHE CLICKED ON THE "SWmPATHV SITE" AND THE "ADVICE Pfl&E" POPPED UP flfrfllN. Peanuts Sylvia NO, A^A'AM, I DON'T KNOU) WHAT HAPPENEP IN 1540.. NO, AAA'AM, I PON T KNOU) WHAT HAPPENEP IN 1680, 1820 OR 1910... MOWEVER, I MieWT BE ABLE TO MAKE A WILP SUESS AT WHAT MAPPENEP RIGHT AFTER BREAKFAST THIS A^0RNIN6... ©7001 Iflf NOW Hotedw Trtiww 1^ S*v«M ««w camcH*^ a •^oejN'^c^re ^^VievicH 7b)(x A p'.LL FOK it.

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