The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 8, 1997 · Page 12
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•4 THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1997 Fun THE SAUNA JOURNAL f^f^ffi?«^'^^t^^^:i^T"'^-i^-^^-r'^"~v:r i -jf'~-- Mbert Jumble Crossword FLASHBACK,'• DOGBE.RJ tHE. COORLD'S SMARTEST GARBAGES AN INVENT THE FIRST 60E& BROWSER AS A PRACTICAL 30KE.. IT'S OUT OF CONTROL. i WONDER WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THAT COLLEGE KJ.P WE FRAMED HE'LL BE OKAY, COHERE WOOLD YOU LIKE THIS BUSHEL OF BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER STACK IT NEXT TO THE PHOTOGRAPHERS I Unscramble those (our Jumbles, one letter lo each square, lo form (our ordinary words. Peanuts HERE'S THE UIORLP WAR I FLYIN6ACE RETURNING TO THE AEROPKOME... ME KNOWS HIS FAITHFUL \ MECHANICS WILL JUMP UP ) ANP DOWN ANP CHEER WHEN/ THEV SEE HIM LANP..^/ 4KI07 OAJI08 4J4J N 482 0- 5 OQ7652 TO HER FAN5, SHE WA5 THIS. 4AQ965 Q7K5Z , OK.94-3 ^"* 7 <L* At Now arrange Ihs circled letters to lorm Ihe surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. 7 >o^ v ./TV Yesterday's {Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: TOPAZ FIORD DARREN VANITY Answer: Because of this, Iho lognl scholar read ancienl works - THE "FINE" PRINT Cryptoquip Beetle BaNey BACK IN THE BARRACKS, WE MAKE OUR 0EP5 AFTER WE SLEEP OUT HERE, YOU BETTER * CUV XVLLM J Q B M N I Q Q M XliPGHILGZC HBQQZ UVL Hand Lois ALDCIGCGVZ NGPAVL CGJZ. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: A WARY CUSTOMER COULD SIMPLY SEE RIGHT THROUGH THE WINDOW SALESMAN'S SPIEL. ; Today's Cryptoquip clue: A equals G 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. ACROSS 1 Stroller 5 Handle clumsily 8 Mast 12 Actress Singer 13 Ivy Leaguer 14 Mala — 15 Well- informed 16 Whitney's trap 17 — time (never) 18 Ross' work 20 Attic 22 Vaudevillian Eddie 23 Taro recipe 24 Bunch of ants 27 Gat attachment 32 Mainlander's memento 33 Spoon- bender Geller 34 Debtor's letters 35 Legume deleterious to cattle etal. 38 Poverty 39 Palette DOWN 1 Asset 2 Rappel- ler's need 3 "...maids all in —" 4 Make smaller 5 Buddy Holly Hit 6'The Greatest" 7 Type of chair or collar 8 Actress Stone 9 Author Cornwell 10 "Rule Britannia" composer —" 11 Uproar Solution time: 23 mins. option 40 Commotion 42 Treasure containers 45 Cony 49 Springy song 50 Gettysburg Address word 52 Corpus 53 Between jobs 54 Tank fill 55 Stead 56 Noble 57 The time of your life 58 "Desire Under the Yesterday's answer 19 "Just say —-" 21 Unoriginal one 24 Every last crumb 25 Old Olds 26 Beatles song 28 Anger 29 Song from The Music Man" 30 Many, many years 31 Same old same-old 36 Expulsion 37 Drenched 38 Teeter 41 Opposite of nyet 42 Film fragment 43 Hair alternative 44 Forsytes' tale, e.g. 46 Reach 212, maybe 47 Same as before 48 Sprinter Wyomia 51 Joke 1 12 15 18 2 3 THE AAUDfSLIDERS- BEAT THE PUPPLE-JUMPERS &TO 6 I 0 f MMM, LET'S S££ IF r CAN GUESS The Lockhorns Born Low 1 TJ\ KALJLY rAOHGPY, CUT I'D "YE6, LEROY THINKS OF ME AS HIS BEST FRIEND ... HE TREATS ME LIKE A DOG." OT1 ||V yiDCr\O ' :or answers to today's crossword, call O U Vlr 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. LFeeLFiNe... TKIN6J05T K LITTLE. \'M DR. MiNSKY,AND i'LLBE <3iV«Ne VOLJ VOLiR PHVSi NOW.WMiCH iNDiGMiTY v SOU CA,RETO SUFFER RRST? For Better or For Worse Tney toVe T& POT* TRICK QUESTIONS" ON MULTIPLE LAST TTME SHE. SOT A CHOICE, you EITHER KNOW GOOD MARK WAS THE STUFF <OR yoy CWT THE - SO WHflT' ~ POINT IN CONFUSING I've <3OT a TO DO, T&INM'LLDOOKON Yesterday a caterpillar fell on Dolly. LOOK AT TME TIME.' DON'T YOU HAVE ANY CONSIDERATION FOR THE BEST OF US ?.'.' HASN'T SOTTEN HERE I'M 5OBRY, EVERYBODY, BUT I JUST COULDNT WAKE UP THIS JAORNINS / irs NCTT A. PROSLEf/ TOCJAY NOW IT'S TIME TO PLAY "NAME THAT PAIN".' it CAR6RJLLV, CONTESTANTS... PAT, THAT'S A &UV WHO FOR60T OUCH/ VAAACH/ TO TAKE AUU TH6 PINS OUT OF HIS NEW 5HIRT/ f Z3 SECONDS INTO THE REUNION, flNDTHE WUrlC IS> fllREflDV BflCK ? JTMM'T BE ABOUT BUSINESS UlOTIL flCKNOW- LE06E THE HU&6 MOM- BUSINESS ELEMENT? rr WOULD BE ABOUT 8U5IME56 If VOU'O (J»UIT IT ISN'T ABOUT BUSINESS? WE HflOEN'T SPOKEN IN THREE JRUIN&. THIS ISN'T flBOUT v BUSINESS. ves IT IS. SEE? ITS BUSINESS! THE GUISE OP BUSINESS, flW- BE. BUT WHEW TlAJO PEOPLE USED TO DffTE, IT'S NEVER f?e/IUY BUSINESS. TO SEE SOU flBOUT BUSINESS CffTtR Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia HOUT ME THBKE L&J'T BE A FIRM! 1 QUIT,.AS OF NOW! Here'; ON yovf snoKe HooP poejN'-f cgASH A^P you're sijf/N<j AROUNP wifH

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