The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on April 29, 1997 · Page 17
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 17

Salina, Kansas
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Tuesday, April 29, 1997
Page 17
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THE SALINA JOURNAL Fun TUESDAY, APRIL 29, 1997 B7 Gilbert Jumble Crossword GOOD NEWS ABOUT VOOR H ATE GOOD NEWS ABOUT COMPENSATION PLAN. TWENTY PERCENT OF YOUR, PAY WILL NOCJ BE IN THE FORfA OF STOCK OPTIONS INSTEAD OF CASH! TO GET YOUR STOCK OPTIONS, STrAPLV SIGN THIS UPDATED EMPLOYMENT AGREEMENT. WHY DOES GOOD NEIOS FEEL LIKE A fAUGGINGT BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to lorm four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFEF FERAT r >* v s ^ "N V J r > s. J C1997 Tnbun* MeJn Serv«*. Ir* Alt Rights R LUXTE Peanuts I M 6ETTIN6 5UPPER AS FAST M I CAN! I KNOW YOU'RE HUNGRY, BUT WU PON'T MAVE TO BREAK THE POOR POWM! BLOMAG SNUFIO THE YOUNG- PRINCE'S FIRST ATTEMPT TO RIPE A HORSE BECAME THIS. epithet 38 Quiltlike mattress 40 Emanation 42 Cadmus' daughter 43 Heat providers Answer; A ^ _^K. v^ Now arrange the circled tellers to form the surprise answer, as suggested by Ihe above cartoon. Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: FUDGE PUDGY HOPPER USEFUL Answer: How he felt when the tobacco tycoon gave him a cigar-PUFFED UP Cryptoqulp Beetle Bailey THE SECRET OF SOOP COOKINS \& PATIENCE NOW LET THAT POT SIMMER FOR TWO HOURS. THAT'S IT? JUST LET IT SIMMER? IF THERE'S ONE \ THINS I'M SOOP 1 AT, ITS LETTING / THIM(55 SIMMER / Hi and Lois YOOLDOFF KX FPT, KNO ZXYKN FXDLAOGF NPKO ZXFK AF IOG-. KPAYDT ZPGIN. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: MANY CARPENTERS WHO MISPLACE THEIR TOOLS ARE REALLY SAW LOSERS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Z equals M ' The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, 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 Milne character 5 United nations? 9 Constrictor type 12 —Romeo 13 Verdi work 48 Evergreen 14 Canine 49Moranof forename? "Happy 15 Heat Days" provider 50 Continental 17 Not Rep. or prefix Dem. 51 "— De- 16 Croupier's Lovely" tool 52 Diet, info 19 Bullwinkle's53 Easter pal purchases 21 Letter line 24 Pinnacle 25 Acapulco aunties 26 Workplace of a sort? 30 Remnant 31 Ann and May 32 Through 33 Made heavier 35 Utter disarray 36 "Sad to say..." 37 Surgeon's DOWN 1 Cushion 2 Bullring bravo 3 Vacationing 4 Ed or Emmylou 5 Enjoy the sun 6 Lo-cal 7 Tribute in verse 8 Library furniture 9 Heat provider 10 Sty cry 11 Raggedy sort? 16 Lummox Solution time: 24 mins. Yesterday's answer 4-29 20 Rowboajt need " 21 Mulligan, e.g. 22"— Kleine Nachtmusik 23 Heat providers 24 Mottled 26 Wilander of tennis 27 Mimic 28 Seine feeder 29 Church service 31 Different 34 Day— colors 35 Lamented 37 Lingerie item 38 Name for; poodle 39 Condo, e.g. 40 "Clueless" expletive 41 Coffee vessels 44 Exist 45 Chap 46 Previous to 47"—your old man!" HAVE SUCH AT THEIR OLirOF 0LOCXS. IT TO The Lockhorns Born Loser •KEEP IT UP, LORETTA, AND YOU'LL BE JOINING THE FIRST WIVES CLUB." 38 42 46 51 39 O"T1 IIV /IDCr^O ^ or answers to today's crossword, caTi O I UlVIr IZU f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) 3n touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King » Features Service. * WHMS TH£ DIFFERENCE BETWEEN 2% M.ILK. KEGULAP. WLKT ,.Z%AMUCIS Family Circus 6IV5 1% /AIUC ON A. DI6T ? A MfflfTOTHE '"^ F«HT... FEELS NiCEi v . For Better or For Worse I SURE WISH SCHcou WflSI I'M SONNA PE 16 IN ft I 0H,Mfl|j I flM &QNNA OVER fts SOON ftsTHE J FEW pays, LI^-THEN ee, uK&<^5Cia fls WOKLP ? WE'RE UKE f I CflN GO FOP> My , | SCON flS llerTHftT SONNA &E THIS-I WWW BE. ' DRIVER-' -•FREE / 'Daddy, how do "Mommy's better at I... no, wait..." math. I'll ask her." iarfield SURE 00... HE'S THE 9ANKER WMO OKWEC? THE LOAN ON THIS PLACE THAT'S NICE OP YOU! WE ALL NEED TO HELP EACH OTHER OUT LIKE THAT HEY, THAT SUY DIDN'T PAY HIS I GIVE HIM FREE SOUP..,THE POOR GUY'S 9EEN OUT OF WORK FOR TWO Pickles Cathy I H/WEN'T HEflRO FROM IRUINfr IM THREE VEflRS f WHW WOULD HE CfllL?? WHV WOULD HE CflLL WIE flT WV OFFICE, MOT flT HOME?? IS HE OE6PERflTE TO SEE me, BUT AFRAID A MAM MI&HT ANSWER AT HOME ?! DOES HE WANT ME BACK ? COULD HE POSSIBLE THINK. I'D TflKE H/m?? IS IT A PLOV? A 6Ame? A TRICK?? UlrN WOULD HE CALL?? WHM?? WHS?? WHV?? CflTHV. I'M OUT OF PRflCTlCE. I NEED A 5IN&LE WOWAIV) WITH AN IM1A&INATIOM, AND I NEED ONE WOW ? Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia yOU PONT KNOW WHAT ITS /SO,..yOU GO TO BINGO LIKE TO SIT/4l?OUNP HERE MO G/A/MpLE yOUl? ALL DAYMD PO NOTHING.' V PISASILITy CHECK BINGO ISN'T A BAP THING, 0ETTy...LOTS OF BENEFIT FRCvfc THOSE G/WES/ BUT yOU'RE -AN APPICf.../(NP you PONT HAVE THE TO LOSE'

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