The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 7, 1997 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, May 7, 1997
Page 12
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B4 WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL ^ Dilbert Jumble Crossword FLASHBACK TO THE INVENTION OF THE FIRST 60E6 BROWSER WHAT SHOULD COE CALL OUR DOGDERT? IT'S DESIGNED TO rAAKE MILLIONS OF PEOPLE SIT AROUND WAITING FOR NOTHING TO HAPPEN... FEW VEAiVS LATER I CAN ALMOST SEE A RECOGNIZABLE BLOTCH! THIS IS AWE50IAE! BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, ono letter to oach square, lo form four ordinary words. Peanuts A5 THE LOORLP WAR I FLYIN6 ACE TAKES OFF, HE SEES THE WORRIED LOOKS ON THE FACES OF HIS FAITHFUL MECHANICS.. ME KNOWS THE* WILL THINK OF NOTHIN6 ELSE UNTIL ME RETURNS BECAUSE OF THIS, THE LEGAL SCHOLAR REAP ANCIENT WORKS, 41 First course, often 43 Northern hemispheres? 46 WKRP medium 50 Nitwit 51 Arrangement of five items in a cross 54 Cupid's alias Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: DEITY WAFER TYRANT JOVIAL Answer: When they decided to get married it was RITE, NOWI Cryptoquip Beetle Bai HENEEPS. A GIRLFRIENP. Hi and Lois I EIVR YWNFXCBV YXWPH NSCTPR NBB VSQAF FAVXWQA FAB ESUHXE NIPBNCIU'N NTSBP. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE PERSON PRETENDING TO BE A GANGSTER IS OFTEN LABELED A FALSE HOOD. Today's Cryptoquip clue: E equals W The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, 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. ACROSS 1 Crumples up paper 5 Half a French dance B Wound reminder 12 California city 13 Tree ring tally 14 Stash 15 Compact car maker? 17 Alkali neutralizer 18 What some 55 To and people do 56 Can't for animals 19 Cherry or beefsteak 21 "Lolita" star Sue 24 Ump's call 25 Sagacious 28 Ostentation 30 Uncivilized 33 Something up your sleeve? 34 Glazier's supply 35 Hard water? 36 Vast quantity 37 Greatly 38 Off the payroll BY EUGENE SHEFFER 39CDs'pre- 59 Carolina 16 Attention decessors college getter? DOWN 20 "How clum- 1 Starter sy of me!" home? 22 October 2 Admitting stone a draft 23 Taboos 3 Brent 25 Existed Spiner role 26 Dander 4 Soviet 27 Target of symbol Jenner's 5 Hack vaccine 6 Of an 29 'Take — earlier time your 7 Barber- leader" shop call 31 Expert 8 Sea World 32 Became attraction one 9 See 8 34 El —, Texas Across 38 Geronimo 10 Mine entrance stomach 57 Alluring 58 10th anniversary gift 11 Start over Solution time: 21 mlns. Yesterday's answer or Cochise 40 Verses 42 Coffee maker 43 Mid-month, roughly 44 Quayle's successor 45 Floor plan abbr. 47 Two-way 48 Busy with , 49 Yokemates, often 52 Swiss canton 53 There's a small charge for it DO YOU PIFFEREMCE A A STALACTITE.? The Lockhorns Born Loser RA.T5) "IT DOESN'T MATTER IF MONEY COULD BUY HAPPINESS, LEROY. ON YOUR SALARY, WE COULD NEVER AFFORD IT." OTI IV/IDCrY5' ror answers to today's crossword, call O Ul Vll C.U 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. WHAT ISITKBOUT^": i to INTO KQAM POOIA, NO OMe WILLCRKT WITH Family Circus ITEMS OR LESS S CANT YOU COUNT,? MS LANE »S FDR IZ »TEMS AMD> YOU'VE GOT 15 1! For Better or For Worse FAILED, i crusr KNOW FAILED'! ^'^^.?^^ rION Hay RELAX, FARRAH, UNIVERSITY' OF BECOME. FAMILY." OUST A SUMMER COULDM'T THINK YEAHTRAT HAPPEfNEP To Menao. "Billy, your science project will have to make way for my dinner project." Blondie GartieW WHAT DO iOU T STRETCHING... THINK VOU'RE y- I HURT JAY -[ COINS?.' Y\ HAMSTRING ~^ ^RUNNING OUT ~ V I ALSO HAVE BOWLER'S WRIST AND TENNIS ELBOW AT LEAST HE'LL NEVER HAVE TO WORRY ABOUT WRITER'S CRAMP.' 50 ONE ACCOUNTANT SAYS TO THE OTHER, "VOU'RE 50 ACCRUAL, VOO r PON'T PEPR6CIATE M£ ANYMORE/" JN TWI5 HAS BEEN "IN5IPE JOKE THEATER" HI, CflTHV. HOW HAUE VOU 6EEW? &REAT, IRUIIO&. REfllW &f?EAT f ...VOU? me, roof MM LIFE t& WONDERFUL EVERHTHIM&'S /M/)R«ELOU& PERFECT?... US TWO CUP& OF COFFEE flND A THESAURUS? JU&T FflBULOUS! BRILLIANT? INCREOISie f Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia LAKKY...IT5 VVELL5.' WHAT DO you /«e/»N ay CALLING CELESTE SEHIWP MV BACK •? CAL/M POlA/W, WELLS... WE'RE /4LL VERV ABOUT YOU...I WAS JUST,. you we*e JUST BUTTING INTO My BUSINESS they cosf j||oo sure they A -rhey •ttien to

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