The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 28, 2001 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, April 28, 2001
Page 12
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B4 SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2001 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL IT DEPENDS UHAT YOU rAEAN BY GOOD. DO YOU HAVE A GOOD JOB? I IF YOU CONSIDER THE DECLINE OF KY STOCK OPTIONS, I UJORK SIXTY HOURS A UJEEK FOR NOTHING. mm Jumble Crossword HEY, LOOK AT THE TlhAE. fAY BOSS THINKS I WORK EIGHTY HOURS. HEE HEE HEE! BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, BY EUGENE SHEFFER one letter to each square, to form tour ondlnary words. PYLSH oeoot ThbufM Medi Sarvtcm. Inc. TYSUL I Zits FLEEBE 1^ >i [»ANH^^ll^*5iJNL £S5lrwTOve^ ottese/micAnoN. INITIAL ReHTHEKEWfEKE www.|umbla.cofn CROSSWORD By Eugene Sheffer NOSPER 1/ M/ N/ A eoOP THING FOR A TIREP WITCH TO PO. Ansmr. Yesterday's Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. ^ "K Y Y Y Y k /k /K A A / (Answers Monday) Jumbles: DECAY SUFILY BEMOAN NAUSEA Answer: What a steady Income will let you keep — YOUR BALANCE Baliy Blues For Better or For Worse NGI ZTC SENG RVZAIOOZV ADUFVIC GIEMDTL DQ NGI FQDMIVODNL'O JETJFTFO RVZUVES. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: DURING A STUDY OF STAR INTENSITY THE ASTRONOMY BUFF HAD SOME BRIGHT IDEAS. Today's Cryptoquip Clue; G equals H The Cryptoquip Is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you thlnl< 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. ACROSS 1 Neelyof hockey 4 Favorable voters 8 Afore­ mentioned 12 Actress Hagen 13 July birthstone UHornecJ antelope 15 Carton 16 Infinitesimal bit 17 In due time 18 Party game 21 Absolutely 22 Simple sugar 23 Sectioned 26 Winter woe 27 Essayist's specialty, maybe 30 Touch 31 Opposite oflrans-" 32 Long lunch 33 ATM ID 34 Snapshots 35 Computer connector 36 Pouch 37 For example 38 Party game 45 Jet black 46 Use an old phone 47 Fragment 48 —colada 49 Farm fraction 50 "Who am judge?" 51 Goblet part 52 Crystal gazer 53 Carpentry tool DOWN 1 Windy City squad Solution time: 23 mins. BQDl BDlDClQlIIISIlIi] •HQ QSISQIIIQ DDDSDD mm Umwm BBQ BSD Yesterday's answer 4.25 2 On 3 Long skirt 4 Talked foolishly 5 Gordon and Roman 6 Bert Lucarelli's instrument 7 Characters 8 Emulate Oksana Baiul 9 Family member 10 Fanzine subject 11 Sand hill 19 U.N. veto 20 Columbus sch. 23 Fast- fonvard 24-Wan KenobI 25 Sister 26 Predicament 27 Single no more 28 Indignation 29 Hack's pal 31 17-year locusts 32 Georgetown athlete 34 Atl. counterpart 35 Austrian composer 36 Early wake-up hour 37 Frighten 38 Broom- closet items 39 Monad 40 Year-end refrain word 41 Big nits 42 Egyptian wader 43 Beatles' meter maid 44 Do stevedores' work 1 IRIS IS PICK.INS- ME UP IN A C/\E>, AND lOE lARE eoiNS- TO ©&e A MOVIE OlDOl WM HOeST CNTEWnKa. NC. D The Lockhorns I'P UIKE TO JON, BUT I STAV MVO VISIT, HAVE A PATE / LOOK AT THAT UGUV ( H0U5TEIN OVER THERE -eeit'sie- "GIVE A WOMAN AN INCH ANI? SHE THINKS SHE'S A RULER." Family Circus 0WE-WIM6. WWAT- B /eR. CAREER StH) CHOOSE, AAAKESORe UPE »S-T&0 fertORT ^ SOME -mtl ^^O ^ 1O20OI 8il Keane, Inc. DIsI. by King Fsatuiin I "Hi, Mrs. Clarke! Wanna meet my daddy?" Born Loser [ JUST KK) K eOOK K&OUT "DIDYOU KNOW 50N\£m^<5^ "^SOUMtPS UK£YOOK FMKE^l^ Rex Mopgan, M.D. SARAH SPOKBl JUNB, COMB "I wiu PflmPER m \ INrJER GODDESS! • "I WILL CHERISH MV 60D -&WeN SHAPE !y 0 0 7 I WILL COVER UP . /ILL m miRRORS WrTH Sylvia THERE'S A t706 MERE AT THE POOR WEARIN6 YOi;R BLANKET AS A BOU) TIE... I WAS THE ONLY ONE NOT UJEARIN6 A CLIP-ON ! —— -<:^ • Of ye, frecl ^Nce ScieN- •••A«&^m+ep^c^ ^ArCcorPiNCf Jj ' T"? 'SnoHiHCr KiU -Vou.'' "No ONC W^N -\S +0 HeAr. "vJooi^ you liyce +0 K^AY your 5A4 $H ^W /Ay '1 t\ope your AfFAir5 Are \u oypep -'P" «poiMi. ^ -VAVtCH" 5N \P CL -ype, HeLpiNCi r-ie D OWN %VL c£\vJN <=r "WHA-\ if 1 'tNveN -t- A device .^f*^ Ac^ivAVe^ v^l \®t^ Wse +Vie lip ON yoy^ve AG-oop nAw >a .ype/'r

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