The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 20, 1996 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, January 20, 1996
Page 16
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B8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 1996 Fun IT'S NOT E1A5Y TO JUGGLE THREE I HEARD YOU WERE DOING SOrAE Jumble IT'5 THE NVORTONS WITH A 1 QUESTION ABOUT THEIR CEILING FAN. LOHE.R SOU-SAY "TOGGLE:.. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words. MUJOB k / f "> OUWTOJM M«U S«r*«, Inc. Peanuts pear Contributor, • We are returning your stupid.story, Please don't send us any more..Please, Please, Please... This will help you get a ! lob In civilian II WHERE THE SHOEMAKER UEARNEP HIS CRAFT. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. (Answers Monday) u: NOTCH RAVIEN RERCE SMUDGE Answer; W hat he faced when he married the mother of two — "MINOR" CHANGES Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey LOOKS LIKE YOU'VE GOT SOME THINKING WELL, WELL, THEY SAY A HEAVV INTAKE OF6IN INHIBITS A MALE'S LOVE LIFE T0P0...LOVEOR6IN Hi and Lois XIO VRAQN NLONQGOUUX MBX NQBN LOHHRHA NQF VBLBNQIH R M B GUFFN GFFN GFBN. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: ADEPT COOKS GENERALLY KNOW THAT SALT IS ALWAYS REAL GOOD IN A PINCH. Today's Cryptoquip clue: G 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. U ITl '\ Hi/A TO SLEEP -L, ours —o- KATTMS?HAPX N Ol'M LETT/ "THlSA\ORNirJ(3 The Lockhorns Born Loser emros, YOU FOEGOT TD POT OUT TH£ 6^&fr66 6£FOK£ TOO CAME TO BED, WDNT YOU 7 *UOO|C, IFYOU'K601NGTO GALLIC , 60 PUT (TOUT YOUPSSLf! < WU MOf •TiNtlPmilll. «. OHM "LORETTA AND I HAD A TEAM MARRIAGE UNTIL SHE CUT ME IN MID-6EA60N- For Better or For Worse pO,|61tU.LOOKUKE AFRUMP</,MIPPLE Gartield I CAN ONLV IMA&INE. HOW , THIR6TV ALL THAT BARKING /MUST MAKE O Of to PAWo 1-20 Pickles HOW ARE tHINSS eOlNSI'/AOM A R3R YOU THESE> REAU CAYS ? >-— f LOSING STREAK "We don't use that word in this house!" hafta go outside to use it?" THE SALINA JOURNAL Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Photos 6 "Star Wars" villain 11 Garment fora wahlne 12 Arab potentates 14 From one side to the other 15 Fanatic 16 Bu. fractions 17 Refuge 19 Calendar abbr. 20 Groucho- esque countenance 22 Apprehend 23 Dismissed 24 Ford flop 26 Cohan's bestowal to Broadway? 28 Jazz style 30 Schisgal play 31 Horses 35 Earn 39 Piccadilly figure 40 Intention 42 Showroom car 43 God, in Rome 44 Pitch 46 Dracula's alter ego 47 Off the boat 49 Harm 51 Go back into business 52 Expurgated 53 Drenches 54 Prefer- straw 2 Hospital staffers 3 Caesar's "I love" 4 Thrust 5 Journalist Faludi 6 Wicked • woman 7 Congregational cry 8 Actress Arthur 9 Ethel Merman, e.g. 10 In the ences area DOWN 11 Canada 1 Used a emblem Solution time: 28 mlns. Yesterday's answer 13 Undoes;. deles 18 Crossword clue abbr. 21 Picture puzzle 23 Rescued 25—Alamos 27 Sticky stuff 29 Their mates are so proud 31 Moth repellent' 32 Emerges 33 Attention? getting call 34 Round": Table address 36 Quarter back? 37 Visualizations 38 Schlepped 41 Example 44 Arduous journey 45 Dry : water- '. course 48—Locka, Fla. 50 "Ferd'nandT cartoonist QT1 IK /IDCrY? For answers to today's crossword, call O I UlVIr C.U f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King H% ~ , Features Service. SEE WHAT I MEAN ?.' < &IUS! &US! BILLS/ AND LOOK, EVEN THIS LETTER MARKED OCCUPANT" HAS A BILL ^-^ IN IT.' BOY, WHEN HE SETS ON A LOSING STREAK HE DOESN'T FOOL AROUND Cathy AWKE THE BED, OR LEftUE IT A /HESS ? ...HflNfr UP THE TOWELS, OR THROW THEM ON THE FLOOR?.. THE FiRST DECISIONS 1 OF THE fflORNIWfr SET THE PRECEDENT FOR EUERVTHIN& TtWT FOLLOWS. THE fflomE^^•uM OF THE WHOLE DAV is OETERmiMED BV THE CHOICES i./nflKE BEFORE rue EUEM GOT- TEW TO HflVE fflV FIRST CUP OF COFFEE. ^iilll' ..•i'v •SEjuiJi.'' 'JJ^"*"™™~ S '^L 1 'T," i C i'*r T^^T^^ , i *' l ",";tt LkSiE Bex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia WHEU WE HIKE!? BECK/(.,. W MAY&£...BUr YOU WEKE SfHE JOAtJ.l HEED TO SPEAK TO X J TH/WK SO, MK. CHASE! 15 «£ AVAILABLE? / SAWKAt LET KWEIV TH/S K'OUi.P HAPPEN.DIDH'T YOU? RIGHT-SHE. WAS BEST HURSE FOR THE JOB! lpo\cep RAdioM'ive -to ne L^HDiNCr iCrW- piNK . 5wSpicioV5-LooKfNCrHeRb He JAia >i Fop.-Hie Su SAPPED 'N pop. A

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