The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 15, 1997 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, May 15, 1997
Page 12
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B4 THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1997 •H ^RPHI HI Hi THE SALINA JOURNAL Ddbept JumMe OH,NO! I OVERSLEPT. .. NO TO APPLV BEFORE rAY BIG MEETING/ OKAY, DOES EVERYONE UNDERSTAND THEIR, TASKS? I WONDER WHY THEY WERE 50 RESPECTFUL TODAY. IT'S GINGRICH! BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one loner lo each square, lo form tour ordinary words. VALAN Q ,/T ^s / eiWTTntwiwMrJiServeM !nc Al Rwjh'J Reserved PUTER Peanuts ITS ABOUTTHI5 KID WHO'S IN KINDER6ARTEN, ANP HOW THE STRESS IS SLOWLY PE5TROYIN6 HIM.. EVERY MORNIN6 HE. ' MA'AM?) i-* WELL, I HAVE ANOTHER ONE HERE ABOUT SOME PURPLE BUNNIES.. VISWEL INSORP 7> s. s. > V v You'll have unlimited opporlunlllss In this lob A GOOV PLAC.6 TO f>\-=>e TO THE TOP. >' > Vl > Yeslerday's Now arrange Ihe circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by Ihe above cartoon. (Answers tomorrow) Jumblos. LURID ANISE BLITHE GIGGLE Answer: Slriking oil let! Ihern - GUSHING Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey YOU'RE OUR YOU WHEN YOU SAY "NOW WHAT" YOU SOUNP LIKE YOU PON T KNOW WHAT'S ON/ LIKE A PUNCH/ STUPlP' REAL K P L Q A W F R M T H C P L RIG A P - HIMR ZFIQQC Hi and Lois QTVF WPLRFKPZV? Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I'M CERTAIN THAT ALL POLICEMEN TEND TO SHOP AT THE DEPARTMENT STORE. Today's Cryptoquip clue: K equals W 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. The Lockhorns ' YOU'f?E A ANU/V\B5KrULL,A WHAT YoU CAN FlrJP IN A THESAURUS I KEEP HOUSE, LEROY... IJOST DONT CLEAN IT. Born Loser , BUT THANICYOU THKT'5 KI6HT... GOODBYE-! V'5 5M> WK£M YOUK. IW35T INTl^ Family Circus For Better or For Worse i'\Je M&VeR SEEN IN HERE 6&FORe.\T's LIKE oNe OF THE Pies BACK HOME!-BRINGS BOCK SOM& MEMORIES, i'LL TELL you 1 . NIGHT, M& r^fl WOUUP SEMP us KIDS DOWN TO THE LOCAUi& ser <auR CI^P. i THE OLPE6T, 60 | "• — weNTiN. GarfieU "No, Mommy, you're only s'posed to touch the soccer ball with your feet or your head, not your hands!" Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 1970s tennis legend 5 Four- wheel- drive vehicle 9 Marceau portrayal 12 Neighborhood 13 Storybook villain 14 Bother 15 City of India 17Ultramod- ernist, 18 Come down 19 Narrow 21 "— Law" 22 More contemptible 24 Oil up 27 Aries 28 Plagiarizes 31 Simile center 32 Whatever number 33 Enemy 34 Gambling game 36 Sleepwear, tor short 37 Charon's river 38 Ecuador's capital 40 Egg: prefix 41 Agitate 43 32-card game 47 Garden tool 48 East Indian rat 51 Model Carol 52 Jeannie's portrayer 53 Send forth 54 Guitarist Montgomery 55 Information 56 Part DOWN 1 Rum cake 2 Exam type 3 Painter Guido 4 Silly bunch? 5 Sudden setback 6 Freudian concept 7 Blunder 8 Banana skins 9 She played Mrs. Robinson 10 Thought 11 Combine funds 16 "Eureka!" Solution time: 22 mlns. Yesterday's answer 5-15 20"— the ramparts..." 22 Musical dueler? 23 Grant and Irving 24 "Mighty — a Rose" 25 Exploit 26 Feasts 27 Engrossed 29 Tarzan's son 30 Westheimer subject 35"— Town" 37 Pole's game 39 Not up 40 Overseas agreement? 41 Plug of tobacco 42 Gap 43 Author Ferber 44 — sapiens 45 Irritate 46 Diminutive suffix 49 Lord Byron's daughter 50 Bottom line 1 r 1U 11 OT1 IR /jDCir^O For answers l ° today's crossword, call O I UlVln \—\J 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. aggy WE'RE BEIN& ANNOVIN& ' IN SHIFTS WE'RE THlNtClNS OP ADDING A ROOfA RISHT OVER THERE, ^ Off THE '^ KITCHEN WHAT ?! THAT V WHAT CO VDU WOULD BLOCK ^ CARE ABOUT AAY VIEW Of THE ^ SEEINS SNEL&YS' YARD, THE NEW NEIGHBORS/.' r^l VARD? WELL ...HAVE VOU SEEN MiRS. SNEU3Y ?/ Pickles Cathy BUT HE'S BEST KNOWM FOR THE SENSITWE HE NURTURES DISPLACED THROU&H THE FEELIN&S THEV EXPERIENCE? r«e ONLV /neT THE Home l/ERSION. I DON'T KNOIO THE OFFICE UERSION. i see SOU'WE WET OUR NEW RE-EN&INEERIN& CONSULTANT. HE'S ONE OF THE HOT NEW T«LENT6 IN CORPORATE HOUSE CLEANING f HE HA&N'T PICKED A TOWEL UP OFF THE FIOOR IN HI& LIFE f r 'AWttV? THE LA5T TIWE I AENTlOttED FEELINfrS, HE DIDN'T CfllL FOR THRE6 VEARSf Rex Morgan, M.D. fo pinf/siisH -fhe OmeAV Service woneN, buj DiDN'-f- 4-wo BASICALLY.WE DECIDED To LET &erry CONTINUE TO BINGO / I THOUGHT SHE WAS A S4/H8f.lNG SHE IS ...BUT ITfe f?£ALLV THE ONL/ THIKI6 IN LIFE SHE ENJOVS , A FAt &L 0fr KeR/'a.ype ip A P' U L -tHAt MAKei neN peeL L-'ke Hero." «y ol /

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