The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 12, 1997 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, May 12, 1997
Page 16
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BB MONDAY, MAY 12, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL . ? ,,^^ DHbert I'LL JUST GIVE THE THERMOSTAT A LITTLE BUttP IT'S FREEZING IN HERE. CAM WE AT LEAST AGREE] THAT WHEN rAY CACTUS SHRIEKS IN AGONY, IT3J TOO 5HRJ EKING BEFORE YOU TOOK YOUR 'SHIRT OFF. j Peanuts I NEEP HELP WITH MV HOMEWORK.. U)E ALL NEEP HELP WITH OUR HOMEWORK..WERE ALL PLEAPIN6 FOR SOMEONE TO LISTEN..WE'RE ALL DESPERATE I LIVE IN THE UURON6 HOUSE.. Beetle Bailey THEY'RE NOT ON SPEAKING TERMS LATELY M and Lois BILL XVhJT FOK TAX 1 WE PIPN'T EVEN HAVE /A ToSPeWTVB MONEY' we KBAUYl' Born Loser ^iMTuecoL.o, OK , I N LOK6 WOPLDOF ON6 OPOIKAJL PULE TKKT YOU KKV£ TO LEAKH './AOK6Y rrrm— ^-\^lci ~TT][ \T JU5T DO£5K'T HNV£ fAUCH TO SNY TO fA.6! For Better or For Worse I THINK WE SHOULD CELE.- I'LL C^LL ft SUy DOESN'T SeT TOP SHE COULD USE ft fes? BI C57-" . I'P FEEL OUT OF IF yoO'RE ASK ON THE SPUR OF "W& MOMENT? GwfieH EVER HAVE A DAM WHEN VOU J05T CAN'T WAKE UP? Pickles TRACKS UKE IWATUTTte WO IhJTHE WHHN IVEUS QUITS HIS JOB IM A /?/\QE.C£LeSTe TELLS HIM SHE'S TAKING /VtELINDM /4ND LEAWNG/ IVf// s HOJGOIUG AUywH£&! ( HO! Jumble Crossword BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble Ihose lour Jumbles, one letter lo each square, lo lorm four ordinary words. VERAG LJ CIM7 Tnbune Ufljti Strvic SOMEO THRAHE f >^ V J LEWFOL 7—^, \^ J V IrK I r > ^ > s > **" >, >» /" THI3 HAPPeNS- WHEN GREAT 6-PORT-5- C.Ar?6> ARE &UILT FOR A LOW PRICE. Now arrange Iho circled lellers lo form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer here : THEYJ'' Y 'I 'T Y Y Y N. >T^. VI N. VTV -ST^ j^rv V Saturday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: ORBIT GUILE LEGACY DRUDGE Answer: What Ihe insects turned the baby's outing Into-A "BUGGY" RiDE Cryptoquip O AXBVRVNOSRNY WVNQ OAHOMF FOMF RVOR VXF JNSM QOJKSXRN YKB XF RV'N WVKH. Saturday's Cryptoquip: THE PROOFREADER OFTEN REFERRED TO HERSELF SLIGHTINGLY AS A TYPE RIGHTER. Today's Cryptoquip clue: B 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 Author Buscaglia 4 Toast topper 7 "Jabberwocky" start 11 Sicilian spouter 13 Multipurpose truck, for short 14 Horn sound 15 Heavy metal rock band 16 Rocky peak 17 Optimistic 18 Bo-peep's charges 20 Prop for Sherlock 22 Where to go "in lilac time" 24 Van Cleef, opposite Eastwood and Wallach 28 In need of dry cleaning 32 Literary Lorna 33 Burg 34 Occupa- tion, briefly 36 Destiny 37 See 40 Down 39 North Star 41 Thick cream soup 43 Erstwhile acom 44 Loosen 46 Relinquish 50 Nephrite 53 Hiatus 55 "Mississippi Masala" director 56 Stage statuette 57 Discoverer's cry 58 007 foe 59 Existed 19 Write 21 Third degree? 23 Symbol of intrigue 25 Piglets' pop 26 Oppositionist 60 Piratic potation 61 Cut off DOWN 1 Thompson and Salonga 2 Delineate 3 "Somebody 27 Ruby and bet — bay" Sandra 4 Protrude 28 Impale 5 On 29 Author ; 6 Earn Morrison 7 Good poker 30 Intimidates, cards maybe 8 Court 31 Party 9 Response: bowlful abbr. 35 Menagerie 10 Firmament 38 Holster 12 Good bridge cards Solution time: 24 mln. Saturday's answer 5-12 item 40 With 37 Across, fail 42 Whodunit authors' award 45 Honolulu's island 47 Title for Grey 48 Kitchen flooring, for short 49 Let fall 50 Chore 51 Rushmore figure 52 Conk out 54 Shriver of tennis The Lockhorns "HOW COULD YOU INJURE YOUR ROTATOR CUFF PLAYING POKER?" O"T| Ik /IDCrYO For a nswers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr CLJ 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 aggy 5-12. "In the car we buckle up, but at school I hafta buckle down." Btondie WE NE6C? TO MAKE A DECISION ' ON THIS TOC^Y .' YES OR NO.' WHAT DO YOU THINK?.' COULD I ) SLEEP < ON IT? ) ( I SAID WE NEED S THE DECISION V_ TOPAV.'/ // /HEY, I WAS ONLY ( TALKING ABOUT FIVE ) ^- AAINUTES OR SO — / 5-12. Cathy I NEED TO EXPLAIN WHY I REfllLY CflME HERE, 6/VTlW. I'm MO LO«&ER UNDER SOUR SPELL, IRVlN&f I'W FREE '. &M r1rWTHIN& ! WUU NEUER A&AIN H/\UE ONE SHRED OF AW LIFE , UNDER VOUR CONTROL, f VOUR CflmPflNV HIRED WE TO flNMLSZE EUERWNE'5 JOB AND SEE WHICH ONES I CflN HELP ELIMINATE. WHICH OF US 16 EUER CO/nPLETELV EK-BOYFRIEND- Sylvia P/\Dpy...SWIFF...DON'T HURT O the ^BN your YOU CASH- tVi'u c«eApuy. Covef. IN -vje v/etyet IN CASC $He riAKei Vow

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