The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 1, 2001 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, May 1, 2001
Page 10
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B4 TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL A HAPPY OILBERT PREPARES TO GO HOIAE AFTER A LONG DAY IN THE CUBICLE. TOO LATE! THE SIX O'CLOCK HORROR IS UPON Hlt^l IN YOUR WORKSPACE NO ONE CAN HEAR YOU SCREArA. UHAT UAS JUST KEEP THAT? WALKING. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter lo each square, to form four ordinary words. I see you, Bobliy REYMOB m irsoci?EEFBMEa/r UKETHAT iCAU-irc \ WEHL -J BLUMJE A /- WHY THE MATH 5TUPENT COUUPNT FOOL THE INSTRUCTOR. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Ans :mY Y Y >/sr Y Y Y (Answers Yesterday's CPJfl Jumbles: TWILL AWASH DHIVEL MOSAIC Answer: Paying lor a gourmet dinner can be this — HARD TO SWALLOW Baby Blues TOgsoioNGmrMV Too! For Better or For Vltorse MOC PMLJBO'D NC ILWVWAICB DM GCYW DGYD Y NMPJCWI VWCXCWWCB XMMB AI IVYWC WANI. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: ON TOUR, THE ORCHESTRA MEMBERS MADE A CONCERTED EFFORT TO PLAY SUPERBLY Today's Cryptoquip Clue: W equals R 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. HERE WB ARE... DINMER.A MOVIE AMD COFPEE flFTERUJARD.-IS THIS A "DATE," I<50ESS IT IS! UP UNTIL NOUJ, WE'VE OUST BEEN vmCB PARTNERS AT J .THE UE<3 -lorvll ™ ( THENTHIS ISA --V^DqTE) IRIS- l/OU MAKE ME FEEL LIKE , . I'M lb A&AIN!* HEV, UOU BDLKSWANT: LIK £,'uou KfvlOtAJ... ANi/THlN' ELSE'? wnvESslSaSTconT THIS IS MRS. SPITTLE, MV THiRP-GRAPE -XB/KCHeR SHE HATEP m. SHE MAPE ME TAKE SUiWWER SCHOOL "GET OP, UEROY, ITS THE RRST OF THE MONTH. TIME TO ROTATE THE COSHIONS." Family Circus Pickles UVPAlVseAlAOMEWTl \>l \tU SEA SERIES iWERKiALfbUMCe. O2001 Bil Keana. Inc. Dili, by King FMtutaa Synd. www.famflycircus.cofn "It won't work, PJ. Cats are too dignified to ride in dump trucl<s.' BornU Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Sir's counterpart 5 Suitable 8 Corn porridge 12 Drew Carey territory 13— -jongg 14Quiz answer 15H&R Blocic chart 17Facility 18"Holiywood Squares- win 19Deil dwiBller 21 Lewis' partner 24 Big nits 25SI<irt t)ottoms 26 Comets' kin 30 Compass pt. 31 Money of < India 32Feedbag morsel 33 Alternative totinfbil 35 Fill till full 36 Big name in stunts 37 Slot- machine symbol 38 A mum is one 41 Storm center 42 Roster 43 German- born surrealist 48 Between chores 490nassis, ^miliarly 50 Pennsylvania port 51 Indigent 52 Bottom line 53 Copenhagen citizen DOWN 1 Witticism 2 -Eurelo!'' 3 City near Marseilles 4 They run through traffic 5 Old-style pulpit 6 Chum 7 Bernard , Malamud novel 8 Music lover's setup 9 Composer Khacha- turian 10 Inspiration of a sort 11 Juror, theoretically 16 "Houston, we have no proWem" Solution time: 23 mins. QQQBBQDDS DSD •••BSD rnssm QOB •DQDBaDBQ SDQ •DDmii mm YMtantay's answer s-l 20 Rue the run 21 Masticate 22 Musical Home 23NYSE counterpart 24Bouton- niere locale 26 Dean Cain role 27 Peregrinate 28 Brussels- based org. 29 British gun 31 Four-star review 34 Metal alloy 35 Get angry 37 Sodium hydroxide 38—Wilson 39 Beach resort 40 Norway's capital 41 Labyrinth goa 44 Exist 45 FDR's "Blue Eagle" 46 Sermon subject 47 Prepare for a drive 1 2 3 12 15 21 22 23 25 30 33 9 10 11 42 48 39 40 51 For answers to today's crossword, call 1-900-454-6873199e per minute, touchtone/rotary phones. (18+ only.) A King Features service, NYC. ziggy .JOU LOOKEP BUSY... u50 aANbmREPALL. YOUR E-miL FOR Voaiq OAS, irSME/ HERB.' LISTEN/TWO 'tj SKUNKS SOT INTO MV dASSt/EtiV/ 30V/ WHAT/25 I'LL mt \Wt SOUP W dO\X,TVL CMCK OF we DKY mo ^TOLPYOUWKWTHOie 7 imow..,iFe£L Rex Morgan, IVI.D. I KNOW THE PIFFERgNCe BETWEEN BAB/ TALK ANP WORP6.,.6H£ SPOKE TO J ®' BETTER (SET OaUS; V0C...YOU ANP SARAH CAN CONTINUE THIS CONVERSATION LATER/ Peanuts WHO'5 &ETTIM& THE em, m. Pl^JkLew "THE BOOT"? OH, MO! 50 CRflSaf SO CLUtOKW ! WE LIKE TO CALL IT "REOIRECTIOM"... "REltWENTlOM".,. "RElMCflRNftTION"... A CHANCE 10 7RV OM A bmne, Dflzzuwe- rOEW Uf E AND SEE HOU) Hi&H vou cm eo v. WE'RE NOT GETTlNCr ^ THE BOOT. WE'RE GBTriNfr THE STRAPPV STILETTO SflNDflL. ^ ONE HESITATES TO OFFENP A DOUGHNUT BV NOT EATIM6 IT.. |awit»n»iiHj »«.«mTiiiri!S» •to |lie e .tONony, ANP NOW StiowMeytov PowNwi4H-|V^ {few.

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