The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 27, 2001 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

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B4 FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Crossword IT FEELS LIKE EVERYONE IN THE UORLD IS LYING TO rAE. CONGRESS IS LYING ABOUT THE BUDGET, STOCK ANALYSTS ARE LYING ABOUT THEIR RECOmENDATIONS, tAY BOSS IS LYING. . . THIS THERAPY STUFF IS SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN TO UORK, RIGHT? BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, , one letter to each square, BY EUGENE SHEFFER to form four ordinary words. CADEY I O200I Trixjiw IMa Sarvlcn. Inc. SLURY n Zits BENAMO :mNOTG ^|M& A "O^ANIZEPA A mpem" y www.iijrrtMe.com PAPPINGtiPtK^ APPHCATION ASANUE WHAT A 5TEAPV INCOME WILL LET YOU KEEP. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested tiy the above cartoon. nmrTTTTTn k /K >K ^ JK JK Jt^ >K ^ Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles; I^USIC ANNOY ANGINA PERMIT Answer: What the candidates became when they joined the picnic race - RUNNING MATES Cryptoquip Baby Blues WHAT po Vol) WAUTI TOROTOiJi&rtT? —7/- CLg4+) OPmC If^lOWtTJ AMP For Better or For Wdrse ARWYJH Z PMRAG NV PMZW YJMLJPYMG, MIL ZPMWNJN CG TRW IZA PNCL TWYHIM YALZP. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE JUSTICE, LATE FOR A TRIAL DUE TO A LONG TRAFHC JAM, RUSHED TO JUDGMENT. Today's Cryptoquip Clue: N equals 0 The Ciyptoquip 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. ACROSS 1 Trail the pack 4-"King- Cole 7 Bundle of grain. 12Acapulco gold 13 Indivisible 14 Pound unit 15 Tulsa sch. 16 Cheese 18 Spacecraft compart- nrtent 19 Urge 20 Trade 22 Packed away 23 Responsibility 27 Every last iota 29 Cheese 31 Ordinary writing 34 Planet 35 Cheese 37 Crone 38 "Zip--Doo-Dah" 39 Ms. Thurman 41 Seeks info 45 Jogs 47 Misery 48 Cheese 52 Fury 53 Mistreatment 54 Vast expanse 55 Collection 56 Appearances 57 Summer NYC hrs. 58— Paulo DOWN 1 Picots 2 "You Are Here" sign 3 Cheese 4 — -me- tangere 5 "20 Questions" category 6 Dangle a carrot 7 Type of food 8"Ben--" 9 Chang's closest relative 10 Expert 11-de-lance 17"Cheers" order 21 Old hat 23 The end 24Tandoori bread 25 Name in Burma's history Solution time: 28 mins. BDD WM^ •QB anus DQHE] •BDD DBISBQBQg DBBiD BcinD mm Yesterday's answer 4.27 26"your old man!" 28 Mainlander's memento 30 Eventual aves . 31 Org. for moms and dads 32 Disencumber 33 Flamenco outcry 36 Gang's domain 37 Animosity 40Bullwinkle, e.g. 42 Cheese 43"M*A*S*H" setting 44 Take care of 45 Equipment for Se Ri Pak 46r ^umerical datum 48 Aries 49 Kimono holder 50"-Sera Sera" 51 Tars' org. •TRAT UTTUE em. OF UOURS • IS A COt ^lPUTeR WHIZ,eL| lAJrrH COMPUTERS, // cvxD-THeyVeeRouJtvi 1/ UPwrrHTHEM. // ' 7 Tlt>^eS SURE HAVE CHA^^1<SED! I REMEMBER (AJHEN WE TDRNED f\ HAMDLE ON THE PHOWE AND (WAITED FORTTHE OPERATOR. 7ES SIR, HEARING- A HUMAN VOICE ON THE OTHER END OF THE LINE lAjAS A REAL I^IRACUE.H I HAVe A GlRUFRieN7 NOW, JON Rex Morgan, M.B. TVWNK you, MRS. A«?FUJ/W...yOU'RE A vgRy COOL • — you'RE micoue, BEAU...TAKe CARE OF yOUR- SEUF, PAU/ WERENT you eOlNlJ TO HELP wiuLis oer HIS TRUCK OUT OF THE prrcH? i »)HflT \e sou Dump AM ^ EmPL0MeE...THIH&5 LOOt^ DlfFERENPr IMTKEMORNlMCr .../WO THEN VOU CflM'T (JET THE DUMPEE BftOK.?? IA)HAT \f THE PEOPLE wou DUMP &er COURTED EH THE VERW SflmE PEOPLE WHO TOLD VOU TO DO THE OUmPlNfr?? WHAT IF VOITRE RflDlflTINCr THE "OmmCr UI6E" SO STRON&LW THAT W)E ALL DECIDE TO OUmP VOU BEFORE VOU CAN DUMP US? Sylvia . LOOK, I APMIT I LOST MV TEMPER VESTERPAf, BUT 160TTA HAVE MY BLANKET BACK! NOT NOW, KIP... I'M 60IN6 TO A PARTY.. TALK ABOUT FEELIN6 RIP1CUL0U6 3 -Ho€ uaA<^y project ArrANfrcp •fop. A forlvA'ii; of ^Vie €<'presi- filfJCj IH .ooo L ikHow...yov/ N0+ oel4y Bwj.. -fhe P or\rA»t f ^^v4&3 in pis IN PiX .bN'.. T \S,ooo AiLeAS;

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