The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 3, 2001 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, May 3, 2001
Page 12
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B4 THURSDAY, MAY 3, 2001 THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbert I THINK UJE HAVE SNAILS IN THE OFFICE Crosswofd BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, BY EUGENE SHEFFER one letter to eacli square, to form four ordinary words. DUILF OZOOt rrbunt MrKfli Smket. Inc. ^*liniB«|RM««d. GUZAE ^ - EMPAND YALAWY HOW THE BOSS HANPL-EP THE HEAVy WORKLOAR n Answer here: HE . Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. J ' Y Y Y" A Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: NOOSE PARTY FESTAL ORCHID Answer: The transmission man was llred because he was-TOO "SHIFTY" Baby Blues Cpyptoquip \\m fttJo-rvifli Joe (o« VoJ! v.; LTZBPD H OBHPM ZKVBYHE, H SKC TPZTEF RMFJ ACROSS 1 Mugs 5 Unruly bunch 8 Experts 12 From the top 13 Idolater's emotion 14Wander at)out 15 Moreno or Rudner 16 Born 17 Mr. Sharif 18 Put Into words 20 Leg bone 22 Greek letter 23 Animation frame 24 Washing well? 27 Quaff 32 Self 33 Drain cleaner 34 "Platoon" locale 35 Control 38Verx)mous vipers 39 Commotion 40 Lid for a lad 42 Big toe 45 Reveal 49 Competent 50 Recede 52 Endlessly 53 Above (Ger.) 54Neither's partner SSAshcroft's predecessor 56 Works with tile 57 Literary collection 58 Remnants bOWN IRic Ocasek's band 2 Condo, e.g. 3 Wilson of "La Femme Nikita" 4 Fabric sample 5 Jaw 6 Have debts 7 Complaint iBOne doing exploration 9 "Star Trek" baddies, once 10 Ellipse 11 Antitoxins 19"Howzat again?" Solution time: 28 mins. maim maaam Etna DQQB QiaSBQQQa ••am amsi IMSM atxas ansa SDGDS 21 Lemieux milieu 24 Fbunda- tion 25 Give it(try) 26 Lobster liver 28 Watch 29 Spine component 30 Hiatus 31 Type squares 36 Hammock occupants 37—Turn (traffic sign) 38 Current measure 41 Hatchet 42 Carry a load 43 "Waterloo" quartet 44 Lawless character 46 It takes the cake 47 Fax 48 Cupid's alias 51 "— voyage!" Rex Morgan, M.D. MES, CATHH, VOU STILL HflME A 306. THfllv)*^ MOU, m. PlrOKLEH! IN Ffla, BECAUSE Of ALL THE CUTBAIXS, VOU ALSO HflVIE TONS'S MB. LIM'S MB AND nlflRK'S 30B ! If BUSlMEsa TANKS ANW mRB, VOU'LL ALSO Hfl \|E KIM'S SOB, BOB'S 306 AND FRAN'S 306 ! VOU COULD FINALLV HflVH IT ALL''. Peanuts Sylvia I MAVE TO WRITE A REPORT ON UJHV WE'RE HERE.. 600IP..THAT WAS EASIER THAN I TM0U6MT.. oO\f OWN GrOOp ..y^^ 2 >o%,\o^ speNp tooVo of youv free pje-V ColA Ai^P EAtiNCrHeAOlWWP SNAt-HS • I'M pv>H»NCr )bM on ^ recirte. Here's yooir yoor Wife.'' ',coi)U> ^ (| ON -Hie -fAtte^I'LL

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