The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 10, 1997 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, May 10, 1997
Page 18
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BB SATURDAY, MAY 1O, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Mbert Jumble Crossword .WE DID AN INDUSTRY SURVEY TO SEE HOW YOUR SALARIES COMPARED TO THE AVERAGE. WE DIDN'T GET THE NUMBERS WE HOPED FOR, SO WE BROADENED THE DEFINITION OF "OUR INDUSTRY." ITA SO HAPPY TO BE IN THE INDUSTRY OF "HIGH TECHNOLOGY, TEXTILE WORKERS, TEEN-AGERS, AND DEAD PEOPLE." Peanuts SOMETIMES I LIE AWAKE ATM 16MT, AND I ASK,"POES ANYONE REMEMBER ME?" TWEN A VOICE COMES TO ME OUT OF THE DARK 11 THAT SAY5,"SURE, FRANK,WE REMEMBER Beetle Bailey HOW ARE WE OUT OP CAMP WITHOUT REMEMBER OUR CAMOUFLAGE TRAINING? Hand Lois . \T'S ALMOST MOTHER'S ] gtfe &A\P TWAT 'r We H/4vfe TO ) ALL. 5UV£QV1ETHIM<3. .-/ TV/o WELL-S&JAVeP K/P5 Born Loser ** r COlT B£ SILLY! THAT'5 AW OU> ^>HION£C? KM6PY; NO OM6 USeb BUTT&& 6£T WITH ^ v\* V,TK6 '90S... =or Better or For Worse HAVEN'T WET H& WBNTS Mei&TfiKE LAW ING - BUT THftTfe NOT Me! 6TOFF. HE'S AM IMPORTER. He HAS A HUSB Bo&iNE8a . VDOOOTTA GO WH&RB UJHV WE NEVER T po wHprr you WANT To DO! WHAT He r,r< GarftoU WELCOME TO "£P, THE WONPER , CA -... ...THE APVENTURE5 OF "LOTHAR: MOUSE WARRIOR"! <3?M PAWS 5-10 I HOPE THOSE BATTERIES WEAR POWN SOON Pickles Rex Morgan, M.D. J P/6COVej?6P HOW/MUCH J LOVB MX HUSS/*NP; WELLS...5O/ME- THAT'LL GIVE THE OLP I YOU' ./16'fHIK/GTO V TH THIWK BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble Ihese tour JumDles, one letter lo each square, to lorm four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER ! BITOR f ^^f ^ ^ >K. ^ 01997 Trbur* Metfi S«rvic*l. Inc. a Reiervi<j UGLIE GLACEY I GURDED WHAT THE INSECTS TURNEP THE BABY'S OUTIN6 INTO. Now arrange the circled letters to lorm the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Yesterday's (Answers Monday) Jumbles: HUMAN CROAK FEMALE SECEDE Answer: A moody artist can do this MAKE A SCENE Cryptoquip MZX LDUUHDXFRXD UHMXA DXHXDDXR MU ZXDOXVH OVGWZMGAWVK FO F MKLX DGWZMXD. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: ALL THE COPS COMBED THE DISTRICT, HOPING TO LOCATE THE MISSING BARBER. Today's Cryptoquip clue: D equals R 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 Assistants 6 Combines, as resources 11 Derby 12 Soda-shop orders 14 With malice aforethought 15 "We — amused" 16 Aachen article 17 Brit's boob tube 19 Sticky stuff 20 Identifies: colloq. 22 Deserter 23 Lily variety 24 Undoes a dele 26 Wanted 28 Sweet potato 30 Stewart or Steiger 31 More slender 35 Sanctified 39 Hirsch sitcom 40 AAA job 42 Montreal athlete 43 No longer chic 44 Kin of Flopsy, Mopsy, and Cottontail 46 Glutton 47 Shorebird 49 Nabokov's nymphet 51 Union tactic 52 Treats with leniency 53 Horse 54 Chopped DOWN 1 Socialist council 2 Pang 3 The whole enchilada 4 Fedora material 5 Poultry purchase 6 Book of sacred songs 7 Nashville entertainment B Flamenco cheer 9 Hang around 10 Straight Solution time: 26 mlns. Yesterday's answer 5-10 man 11 Gridlock^ caco- ", phony ' 13 Rose 18Terhune dog 21 Phono- ; graph needles 23 Inch along slowly 25 Perched ' 27 Weep 29 Like office mail, often 31 Goes no farther 32 Leaps 33 Blackmail 34 Deterioration 36 Run out, in a sense 37 Annoyed maliciously 38 Frat-party garb 41 Cymric 44 Lapdog, for short 45 Hitchcock tour de force 48 Compete 50 Matlock's metier The Lockhorns "THAT'S NOT PART OF YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH DUTIES. UEROY." OTI lit /|DCI"Y5 ^ or answers t° today's crossword, call' O I Ul Vlr C.LJ 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. ' Family Circus 5- eiMTI^KcMW.lnc. Out bjCtwlil Byre),.Inc. "It's a pitcher's mound! Do you think it's high enough?" COMPUTERS ARE REAULY VERY ...IN 3UST ONE WEEK VVE MOW MOCH UFE>NAS ONE" WHEN V>J SET (AA.RRIED, WHO'S THE BOSS IN THE HUSBAND VOU RIGHT, HE SAID THE HUSBAND Cathy 50, ARE VOU 5EEIN& AKM.... HURRV, CHMLENEf HURRVf HURRVf HURRVf ..OK...OK... WfllT... FRID/W. 8:00(w. someeuv NAMED TOGO. NEPHEW Of IMRCIfl'S NEI&HBORf SyMa

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