The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 1, 1997 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

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B4 THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL as^^g^8a9jW»S^^ Jumble Crossword YOU WANT fAL TO SIGN AN AGREEMENT THAT I WON'T COORr' FOR A COrAPE-TLTOR FOR FIVE YEARS IF I LEAVE HERE? MO PROBLEM. (THIS IS HERE YOU / T00 GO. > EASY. I HAVEN'T DONE AW WORK HERE FOR FIVE YEARS, SO HOLO HARD COULD IT &E? BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words CLOAV Peanuts 60T HERE FAST.. UJHEN DID HOD LEAVE!' THE 0I6WIN6 UJA5 ON TWO, AND THE SMALL WIN6 WAS ON NINE? / SOMEDAY YOU SHOULD VLEARN TO TELL TOOPH •^ >^ ' " ZAHDAR f > V J NECNAD s X / My ears are freezing Vv -Is WHAT A C.OLP HEAP CAN LEAP TO, Now arrange Ihe circled letters to lorm Ihe surprise answer, as suggested by the above carloon. Print answer here : A if" "Y "Y [ I J J K. vTv -^v vT^ ^1 IS. JT^ jT^ -/TV ^/l Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: GOING HAVEN CAVORT WHALER Answer: How Ihe makeup arlist described the lore- easier - WEATHER "VAIN" Cryptogam Beetle Bailey I HOPE YOU DIPH'T TURN 'ON A HORROR /MOVIE OH, JOHN, I LOVE YOUR KI5SES/ KISS ME A SAIN/ AGAIN/ MARRY ME/ 5-I TO SARSE, THAT'S A HORROR MOVIE Hi and Lois HGQ'F M OHVMNNC FWC WHOWCGF NDVY DN MQHYMX XHNC? Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE GOOFY GOLF •SCOREKEF.PER SIMPLY LIKES TO CALL HIMSELF A TEE TOTALER. Today's Cryptoquip clue: N equals F The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think 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 Likely 4 Made into lumber 8 Waxed 12 Uncivilized 13 Singer's comeback? 14 Stromboli spillover 15 Malfunctions 17 Finished 18 Additionally 19Oater 21 University lecturer 24 Perch 25 Somewhat: suffix 26 Emulated Fido 28 Puts on the line 32 Stout relatives 34 He'll put the squeeze on you 36 Pronto, in the O.R. 37 Also-ran 39 Sphere 41 One — million 42 Sinbad's flyer 44 "Nell" star 46 Harbor craft 50 First 0? 51 Farming: prefix 52 Pants 56 Pelvic bones 57 Lead-in to dollars or Disney 58 Deer's cousin 59 Vanessa's sister 60 Stationer's quantity 61 Crafty DOWN 1 S.A. BY EUGENE SHEFFER nation 2 Chum 3 Jerks 4 Back a motion 5 Essen expletive 6 'That was a close call!" 7 Attendance count 8 Larynx opening 9 Carry on 10 Always 11 Caution 16 Pirouette pivot 20 Round Table address 21 Part of an Solution time: 23 mins. Yesterday's answer old telephone 22 Norway's main port 23 Vessel for three men 27 Stickum 29 Intercostal pains 30 Welles role 31 Walk of Fame emblem 33 Belgrade resident 35 Sandy's remark 38 Kanga's kid 40 Lowest 43 Pole tossed in a Scottish sport 45 Correctly quoted 46 Kite part 47 Unsightly 48 Cheshire countenance 49 Authentic 53 George's brother 54 Blueprint add-on 55 "Guys and Dolls" role The Lockhorns Born Loser . ^~ I icy ^^.V •PKIL5WMKS "IT MAKE6 YOU LOOK TEN YEARS SILLIER.' Family Circus OT| IIVyiDCPY? * r ° r answers to today's crossword, call O U Vlr CL/ f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. For Better or For Worse .you GCT VOUR il CAND^CE. HAS HER PRIVET'S) PAWN.PIDVO'JKNO^I PRIVER'S L1CEM8E )^ ^ __ LICENSE ? 7 CAMpflGE ACTu^U-Y V ^ —Vr—W\AN'SOTHEP PRIVEF?S OH,HE'S NOTONTHE MENU! KEEPS THE FU,ES DOWN 1 . 1 . "April's over! Knock it off!" Blondie CAT HAIR 15 GOOP. HAIR BALLS ARE &OOP HAIR BALLS ARE OUR FRIENP5 SENSITIVITY TRAINING- 9UWST6AD, VOU WORK TOO WARP... VOL) SHOULD RELAX MORE... LEAN SACK, PUT YOUR PEET UP... TAKE A LITTLE ft NAP SO MUCH FOR REVERSE PSVCHOLOSY 5-1 Ptekles Cathy If IT Hflb f\ CHILD'S UOICG OM IT, I'LL KMOU) HE GOT MARRIEO flMD HflD fl CHILD AFTER WE BROKE UP If IR\)IN6'& flNSWERINfr HAS fl WOmflN'5 UOICE ON IT, I'LL KNOW HE'S IM r\ SERIOUS RELATIONSHIP. IT'S His MICE?.'.' I H/WEIO'T HEflRD TH/^T VOICE IN THREE VEflRSf SHE JU5T HEflRO THE VOICE OF THE PERSON SHE IMS CflUINO. MV SOUL ODTU MAfc- KHWTVAELORP..^^ OF TUE WOKLP*. M05T POOR EASV fKVMEKtTS, Rex Morgan, M.B. OK^V.THIS IS IT^ I'M LEAVING!/ DON'T GO.SOKI. J'LL BE /AT WILLV5 PLACE.' MIL tXE WITHOUT •3>&mfa

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