The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 18, 1996 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1996
Page 10
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B4 THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Oilbert Jumble DOGBERT MEETS WITH SOFTWARE DEVELOPERS NOTE THE mj&E /AARKET FOR SOFTLOARt THAT RUNS OM THE "DOGBERT JOOO" OPERATING SVSTEfA. Crossword BUT WHO CARES? THE! IMPORTANT THING IS THAT I BROUGHT A GAG OF TOYS. liOrAE SAY THE COMPUTER 'INDUSTRY is BULLION SILICON. I THINK FOAtt AND PLASTIC ARE EQUALLY .IMPORTANT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these (our Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER GIMCA ^^^> ^ ^ f "\ *Y, J 01999 Tribuni Mod I Strvctt, Inc. Ai Rlgdu RtMrvtd. NAPAD Peanuts ML TRIED BEIN6 A V^SHEEP P06 1-18 I USED TO STARE AT THE SHEEP LIKE THIS, BUT IT PIPN'T WORK.. THEY THOUGHT I LOAS JUST BEIN6 RUPE \ SESCUN YINJET There's a good getaway In this one THE KINP OF BOOKS PRISONERS PREFER Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer here: L2J Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: DELVE PIPER OVERDO EMBALM Answer: What the novice fisherman ended up with — A REEL PROBLEM Cryptoquip THE CRITICS ARE RI6HT/ THERE'S TOO MUCH SEX AMP VIOLENCE ON TVs THEY CAN'T PO ANYTHING ABOUT IT THIS IS THE 6:OONEWS Hi and Lois TB TAAVTLTJHS MTV SHMNTBZM JCGS NZU ZVYUCFH COS OCUU, "A Z L H F H f O V T Y H I" Yesterday's Cryptoquip: DEPEND ON IT: A DISOBEDIENT LITTLE BOY IS INVARIABLY ON HIS PEST BEHAVIOR. Today's Cryptoquip clue: O equals B The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands fnr another. If you think that X equals 0, 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 Speaker's spot 5 Hooter 8 Low-pH 12 Hankering 13 Greek consonant 14 Mrs. David Copperfield 15 Eins, zwei, drei, — 16 Received 17 Somalian super- model 18 Hun honcho 20 Lusters 22 Chap 23 Mideast- em lute 24 Bound 27 Alphabetized job 32"—was saying..." 33 Six, in Sicily 34 Onassis 35 Handrail 38 Unforeseen difficulty 39 Compass heading 40 Wapiti... 42 ...and part thereof 45 Invented 49 Traditional tales 50 Performance 52 Bill of fare 53 Confront 54 Low sound? 55 Stiffly neat 56 Shakespeare title start 57"—favor, softer" 58 Fountain treat DOWN 1 Opera star 2 Persisting 3 Controversial rapper 4 Seafood choice 5 Ballpark performer 6 Personal question? 7 Many 8 Farewells 9 Funny performer 10 Shiraz is there 11 Rather and Ros- tenkowski 19 Article in Paris Solution time: 23 mlns. Yesterday's answer 1-18 Match 21 Prop for Markham's man 24 Poke 25 "Bom in the- 11 26 Medieval performer 28 Born 29 Performers' overseer 30 Gun- lobby grp. 31 Jazz job 36 Small land areas 37 Visualize 38 Economizes 41 "BeholdP 42 Mater ' lead-in 43 Yuletide refrain 44 Freeway access 46 Infamous lyrist 47 Oklahoma city 48 Pre- Soviet council 51 Bill's partner 1 12 15 18 2 3 GtloW SCULPTURE #67 The Lockhorns Born Loser HOW DO 6C-T THEJK NMMC3 ( A 'IN 'WHO'S WHO"? "I SEE THE FIRE HASN'T GONE OUT OF OUR MARRIAGE." OTI ||V/IDCrY5 For answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr t_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 YOt ^i 1 60TTD ...CIVILIZATION KNOW/T ENDED — FiLM AT ELEVEN I! For Better or For Worse IM TfeLUNS ytoo. ITfe BEEN ON MV MIND ftU- ey cRiTciiiNs VOO.SHE DOMfS SOME OF THE - WELL- i crusr WISH HER VJORPS DIDN'T \AteK3H SO MUCH. WITH euzpiBem AND SHE Teas Me i LOOK LIK& A LEFTOVER FROM THe&o& y<30,SEE?-IT NSl LOftD! "Billy committed a foul and it was a FRAGRANT foul!" Garfield I'M LATE POR WORK AND I OONT WANT MV 9OSS TO S& ME.' COULD YOU SIVE ME A UP TO MY THIRD FLOOR OFFICE? DAGWOOP.'NO/DON'T DO IT. 1 I'VE BEEN AWPUC., I'LL CHANS6, >e-^r I PROMISE.'/ JUST LOOK AT THAT BEAUTIFUL PAV OUT THERE' DON'T KEEP ONE LITTLE BOX TO FILE /ILL COUPONS flND CLIPPIN&S flLPHA- eETICflLlV CflTHS? BECflU&E THAT ISN'T fftV VOU'UE ONLV OWNED FOR FOUR OASS. I'VE SEEM PER- FECTIN& SVSTEM FOR SEARS' VOU'UE 8EEW PERFECTING VOUR SVS- TEM FOR 15 VEAR5, BUT VOU DOM'T USE VOUR SV&TEM'. I DON'T USE mv SV5TEIH BUT IT WOULD WORK If I DID USE IT! f fflV DAUeHTER: A RU&&ED IMOIUIDUALI&T WHO'S AN EXACT CLONE OF ME. WTHER, IF I'M 60IN& TO MOT USE K SVSTEM I WANT PT TO 8E SVSTEM f OU1M, UNIQUE SVSTEM f.' "ieENiALOTOF teCHKJOLO&lCAL HAVEN'T St)U? Rex Morgan, M.D. Beueve Lov/e w PIP RECKA SAY SOME- )UO.,,SHE IVOUIDWT THINSJTO YOU ABOUT I EXPOSE HER PERSOHAL HUSSAHD? ^L PKO&LEMS OW TH£ JOB.' you SHOULPVB seen THEIR. FACES WHEN THEY fOUUP OUT 0ECKA WAS PR. HAHSOH3 WIFE BUT WE S/W/4 COUPLE OF THE HOSPITAL NURSES AT LUUCH! INCr, " Be Pol KNOIV? L«Ke

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