The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 25, 2001 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, April 25, 2001
Page 14
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BB WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL AftAGH! f^o-o-o-o /// 7/ NO fAORE HEV, DON'T DONUTS EVEN KID FOR YOU. ABOUT THAT. C3 ay Baby Blues ^ ' NO For Better or For Wbrse OK.- I TURN 0^4 THE MACHINEflsJP \ WAIT R3R THE LITTLE PICTURES ia LIME UPALON* THE BOTTOM OF THE ^ .|—v MOW I SELECT THIS LITTLE DOOPLE HERE ANDrTTAKES MET?) THE e-MAIL PLACE AMD THEN •• /NO WOMPER THEI/CALL THAT LITTLE . 1=L<<^6HIN« LINE •1WERE,/«("CURS&R". Pickles spErw MosTop me Vto^iESrf V*iORK. BUT IHATALLOWEPME WWW Blondle 1 JUST MAO AN EVE EXAM AND MV eves ARE STILL OUT OF FOCUS,,, WHAT'S YOUR SPECIAL TOOAY? 1^ FILET MieNON FOR BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARQIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to lorm four ordinary words. JUTSO OSOOt -Mxiiw M««i SKVICU . Inc. FOIMT REMORT www,|urrW«.eom SCUABA Long way Irom ahore WHAT THE HIPPIE SAIP WHEN HE WENT ON AN OCEAN CRUISE, Now arrange the circled letters to lorm the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon, Pr/n» answer ,.e«: " rTTl Y 1" •> A A /I N -A A J (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's ' "'" ~" '" Jumbles: PYLON KNAVE JOVIAL POMADE Answer: Easy to get walking Into a glass door — A PANE PAIN Cryptoqulp PL S XFHFMUTUNPOH VSO SAT LSUPSN VSPM, OVFINQA'H PH KD S VSAQNDKSM XFIOHSUVD? Yesterday's Cryptoqulp: WHEN CONDUCTORS ARE UNUSUALLY KEEN, YOU COULD SAY THEY REALLY KNOW THE SCORE. Today's Cryptoquip Clue: P equals I The Cryptoqulp Is a substitution ciplier In wlilch one letter stands for another, If you think that X equals 0, It wiii 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. The Lockhorns Osnoi vw MOOT iNiEnmui. < NO OMMUM br "mg rMUM "WE DONT HAVE ANY NUMBERS TO CRUNCH." Family Circus OiOOl Bll KHHI . Inc. Oitl. Dy Klr>g FMlUfti L, .. www.famllycircu8.Bom "Know why our memory is better than Grandma's? We don't nave as many things to remember." Born Loser HOT 6eTH (^G dx^, you're BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 To Choke 4 Belligerent deity 8 Saxa- plione type 12 Carnival venue 13 Racetrack 14 Close up tight 15 Hustle and bustle 16 With humility 18 TV, newspapers, etal. 20 Woods Stat 21 Pinches 24 Statbnery 28 Hockey feat 32 Timbuktu 's country 33 Blond shade 34 Narrow furrow 36 Knarry 37 Tackle- box item 39 Fiesta choreography 41 Bygone airline 43 Remedies, for short 44 Apprehend 46 Send forth SO Redemption stubs 55 Picnic crasher 56 Stage statuette 57 Small combo 58 Groom's reply 59 Antelope's playmate 60 Trumpet 61 Get dressed in DOWN 1 Metric unit 2 Staffer 3 Suitable 4 Angora fabrics 5 One of Frank's exes 6 Snitch 7 Hit the ice 8 Hindu retreat 9 Meadow 10 Hosiery shade 11 in need of updating 17 Siesta 19 Passbook abbr. 22 Heart of the matter 23 "Get lost!" 25 Sell temporarily Solution time: 25 mine. Yetttrday't uswer 4.25 26 A util. 27 Amusement park attraction 28 Stringed Instrument 29 On the briny 30 Aftenvard 31 Charlie Brown's nemesis 35 Steele's partner 38 Armed cavalryman 40 Donkey 42 Jongg lead- n 45 "Little Women" woman 47 Put into words 48 Loosen 49 007's alma mater 50 Scuttle 51 Pres. nickname 52 Father's Day gift 53-Magnon 54 White wine aperitif ziggy \NELL,if Voii DOHTWAHTANY ALUMINUM SiDiKGi.WHY DiD You ANSweR THe pwoNe? GemNfoOLoef^! Rex Morgan, M.B. Cathy OURCOmPAIMW HAS TO CUT BACK BECAUSE OUR CLIENTS ARE CUTTlMCr BflCK.| V OUR CLIENTS ARE CUTTlNfr BACK BECAUSE THEIR cusromef^s ARE CUTTlNfr BACK BECAUISE TVEIR COmPflNlES ARE CUtriNfr BACK... SEE? lOE ARE ONE I WE'RE ALL CONfJECTEO! U)HM ARE WE CONNECTED NOU) THAT E«ER«OrtE!S HeflOSO DOIrtM THE DRAIN? I*)HEN EWEBXONE WAS BECOmiNG- A ffttLLlONAIRE, I |A)A& ALL BV MW5ELC f! ' ALWAYS GO AROUNP A PINING ROOM CKAIR,.NEVER TRYT0 60THR0U6W IT,' -two C6r-vpAN|C5 ^eUiNCr fLA^ec) prices,/^LLPW/NCr IN Exce$5 frofHi. ^u<i,lh<l4<' ' /\1 ny •*At,l'ef<^L 'o(»Lv -tv>e\ierx

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