The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on May 16, 1997 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, May 16, 1997
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B4 FRIDAY, MAY 16, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbert Jumble Crossword CATBERT: EVIL H.R. DIRECTOR NEW POLICY: COMPANY DOCUMENTS fAUSJ USE THE OFFICIAL FONT... X, LET'S SEE... WHAT WOULD BE THE HOST OBSCURE AND FONT SOMEWHERE IN_ I UNDERSTAND I CAN GET THE ELBONIAN FONT SOFTWARE FROrA YOU. YEP. UNLE55 YOU HEED CONSONANTS FOR SOfAE REASON. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble iheso lour Jumbles, one leller to each square, to form lour ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER VOFAR r > »s. J r^"^ S^ J C1997 Triune Media 5fv«*V Afl Rj/itt R«iirv«4 VIILC Peanuts SOMEWHERE IN THIS GREAT CITY THERE HAS TO BE A MAILBOX WITH A LOVE LETTER FOR ME S-16 NALDAV MELTIG r > V J •O <> WHEN ROMANCE PLOOM-p ^ THE LEAVER TURN, \r"y— House monogram 40 Bustle 41 Specify Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. K. ^^ _/^. jA^ ^ i K. *A\. ^ K- >T^ -^K. ^^ ^ Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: NAVAL ERUPT SWIVEL PRISON Answer: A good place to rise lo Ihe top AN ELEVATOR Crvptoquip Beetle Bailey NO ONE SHOLJLP BE ALLOWEP TO SM THAT BEFORE PAWN SOOP. HAVE YOU HAVE 6UARP PUT/ AT M.'OO, ARE_yOU AWAKE? Hi and Lois LROKF, GZEHNQF UQKGF. KNH ARNHYHN CHZWI' UZLHO K E CHIKYZWP EIHQQAZEIQ1-'. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: WOULD YOU SAY DOMESTIC CATS REALLY LIKE MOUSEWORK? Today's Cryptoquip clue: A equals F 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 Story" Os- 1 One of the car winner Kennedys 39 White 4 Scenery chewers 8 Grow weary 12 Mined find 45 Advertise 13 Condo, e.g. 48 Famous 14"Metamor- rock quartet? 50 "Darling, Je Vous — Beaucoup" 51 Duel tool 52 Existed 53 Despot 54 They'll last ._ _ for hours 21 inseparable 55 Stomach 22 H.G. Wells' muscles, demented doctor 26 Nearby 29 "Gollyl" 30 M divided by IV 31 Songwriter's subject 32 Bear hair 33 Leno's prominence 34 Blackjack part 35 Stately tree 36 Mary's pal Yesterday's answer 37 "West Side phoses" writer 15 Thirteenth president 17 Lotto offshoot 18 Empty the truck 19 Mimic for short DOWN 1 Bean curd 2 Green acres 3 Farmer's home 4 Merciful 5 Battery terminal 6 Russian space station 7 Type of 26 Down 8 Nicholson role 9 "Hail!" to Caesar 10 Cacophony 11 Tokyo's old name 16 Unfettered Solution time: 28 mins. 20 Macabre author 23 She loved Narcissus 24 Low-pH 25 Arm bone 26 Seafood item 27 Crazy 28 "Awaiting reply" 29 It's a mouthful 32 Kayoed 33 Deep fissure 35 Remnant 36 Dermatology cases 38 Avid 39 Mudville "goat" 42 'The Music Man" setting 43 Snatch 44'The Untouchables" role 45 Atl. counterpart 46 Claiborne of fashion 47 Actress Thurman 49"—Lazy River" w RAP,YCHJ'RE GO^A ' 'TO PUNCH >0A8£" /FoRTHAT The Lockhorns Born Loser W TKKT t\KPP6H6 ML TK5 Tl fA£! NOT S-lb "6UCCE66 HASN'T SPOILED LEROY ... IN FACT, IT'S NEVER EVEN TOUCHED HIM." 45 SO S3 46 47 Ofl Vk yiDCFY? For answers to today's crossword, W I UIVIl CZL/ : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minuti touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. call minute) on ,TH6 PtK&NJL KENMi-WeErlT/ FOELTILTIHGK: WKf\T'5THE C£lfA£ IN TILTING K Family Circus For Better or For Worse WE HAD 3 CHiupf?eM, RAISED CHICKENS-i sewep FOR A LIVIM&- - BUT THftTUJftS ANOTHER LIFE. so i ueFT Howe WHEN i VJBS 18. CAME. To WEEPER! Vbu'Kp.<?uiTe WAS TOUGH TlMes. IF I WflS VoUR MoTHssR, I'D P& MISHTV PROUD ' wish Granddad was still alive. He'd have enjoyed Dolly's dancing." www.uexpress.corn ^^ •\ ...SOMETiMES i HAVE MY VEDY OWN WEBSiTE"'. T Garfield IT'5 CALLtP \ SMELL5 LIKE EAU PE GEEK';/ ^ A POCKET PROTECTOR / THEV MATCH VOUR PERGONALITV I WITH J05T THE RIGHT SCENT THIS ISA PERSONALIZEP COLOGNE, &ARFIELP you WILL?; NOBOPV'S EVER SAIP THAT BEPORE .' WHERE'S MY PEN?I MY ORDER SHEET 11?I THIS CAN'T BE HAPPENIN6 ! PON'T SO AWAY ! ( I'M CALLING MY SUPERVISOR !!! SO, WILL YOU ACCEPT OUI? CREDIT CARP OPPER Cathy ...SOTH/tT'S IT, IRUIN&?? WOU ReflPPEflREO flFTCR THREE SEflRS TO TELL WE WVE 8EEM HIRED TO RIP APflRT mV Off ICE, THE ONE, ST/IBLC THIN& IN WV LIFE?? I „ 41 THE RAISE I WON'T &ET ^ LAST SEAR IS HELPING- W SOU TO RUIti THE ONE ^REA Of mV UNIUERSE VOU COULDN'T TOUCH BEFORE?? THAT'S IT?? ISN'T THERE AWTHIN& 6LSE VOU TO TEU ME ?? THIN& * r ...DID sou &«v sorne- THIN&? I WflS LISTENIN& TO MY VOICE MAIL. ...OH, LOOK. SHE'S FfllUN& IN IUNACV ALL OVER fl&AW f Rex Morgan, M.D. SyMa IT'S ALL SHE HAS LEFT" TO ENJOX. I?£X .' DEAL IS THAT TO8V WILL CASH BETTVS D/SAS/LITV CHECK.-. ...MNP GIVE HER AN /ALLOW ANCE TO PMV 8IKI6O/ Vo^ A N P if nAKe$-fhe '

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