14 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert jumble PEOPLE: UJITH BAD OPINIONS THE INTERNET SHOULD Bt FREE. WHY SHOULD I HAVE TO PAY SOfAE GREEDY CORPORATION OR LOOK AT ADS??!! I WILL NOW USE. THIS CARDBOARD TUBE TO EKPLMN THE INTRICACIES OF CAPITALISM. LESSON ONE: THIS WAS SOMETHING THAT SHOULD BE FREE. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble Ihese lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words. Peanuts YOU CAN HELP ME WITH MY SPELLING WORDS.. 10-1 OR YOU CAN TAKE THE BLAME FOR THE INK I SPILLED DOWN THE COLLAR OF THE KIP WMO SITS IN FRONT OF ME.. OKAY, LETS/ YOU SEE WHAT/ALWAYS THE FIRST/TAKE TME SPELLING EASY WAY WORD 15.. lOUT,PON'T ' YOU? Id ...And smalls ££± beautiful good, too WHAT A PRBTTY FUOW6R ARRANGEMENT CAN PE. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, at suggested by the above cartoon. Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: DECAY ABBOT BROKEN PURITY Answer: What the salesman did when they charged their purchases - TOOK THE -CREDIT' Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey Hi and Lois EZY OJCUJOEWU HFWTY- EZCRBYC BJO JUULOYI RT SJHWFV OUJIO RT ULEEWFV CYSJCHO. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: GRADUALLY, THIS ONE TARDY LANGUAGE STUDENT HAS TO START RUSSIAN. Today's Cryptoquip clue: U equals C The Cryptoquip Is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for 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. HOLP ALL /W/ CALL'S MY LUNCH" r/Nv TOTS PA/ CARE The Lockhorns Born Loser HKV6 YOU TR60 DOIN&TWTHlNfa WW6K5 YCO PLNY THE. CC>/C WMCM'THE \ WIZAKDOF, NAD FOONP WOTU£R OH&... IF YOU PLAY THE VIC€0 OF THE V 5TNZ.WAR5* WHILE wmhotilOtol.com "vou't?e eopposeo TO LOOK BOTH WAYS WHEN CROSSING. LEROY!" Family Circus For Better or For Worse 00OKS,VIPEOS AND Toys WE HA\IE HERE -• I APWL,U»KWHAT IK YOUR rveerrs "See? If you wait long enough, apples will pick themselves." Ganfield Blondie Crossword ACROSS 43 Pinnacle 1 Settled up 45 Siskel or 5 Weir Ebert 8 "Pygma- 47 Comedy lion" compo- playwright nents? 12 Flirtatious 51 Gigantic look 52 Button- 13 Berlin's down "Whafll—?" sweater 14 Manage 54 Nisan Byron's daughter 7 54 Across, 15 Golfer's preceder e.g. do-over 55 Work with 8 Learned one 9 Ruffian 57 Kegler's targets 58 "Awesome!" e.g. 59 "Edward 16lngrid, In Scissor- "Casa- hands" star blanca" Solution time: 21 mine. 17 Stockings 56 Humorist 18 Mortar's Bombeck mate 19 Drove around 21 Mule's father 22 Prefix with pad or port 23 A Smothers Brother 26 After-hrs. bank 28 Stormed 31 Eye part 33 "Attack!" to Fido 35 Glowing review 36 Eastwood's ex 38 Margery of rhyme 40 Fresh 41 Headlight? Yesterday's answer BY EUGENE SHEFFER DOWN 20 "—the 1 Ostentation fields we go" 2 Malarial 23 Up to, in symptom verse 3 Misfortunes 24 Plata's 4 Triangle partner 5 Compendia 25 It consists 6 Lord of two peninsulas 27 "—pleasures and palaces..." 29 Leading lady 30 Morning 10 Church area moisture 11 Dandelion, 32 Some are on ice 34 Brought the comestibles 37 Actor Wallach 39 Information 42 Take place 44 Got inquisitive 45 Bloke 46 Designer Gemreich 48 Storybook beast 49 Freeway access 50 Break suddenly 53 Simile 10-1 center 45 51 54 57 46 O"T| IK >|DCin\O For answers to today's crossword, call O I UIVIl CL/ 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. BEWflRE,HAlRy ONE HftS DISCOVJERED DoOE-ue www.uexpress.com e\miva ...VM SORRY YOU DON'T iT "»N 1 MOUSE" FLAVOR L 4-T6M EC I THINK I HAVE IT NOW, 6ARFI6LP THE MAN 15 SCREWING IN A UI&HT BUL6 I'M THE ONE WHO MADE MV HUSBANP WMAT HE IS TODAY A PENNV-PWCMIMS, MONEV- COMSCIOUS, 10-1 Pickles Cathy U&&V4AVEP VJOOLP 400 HOW 5 THE NEW TUBE 6KIRT? WflSW'T I TOLD THE CHINESE CHICKEN SALAD I ATE EVERY DAS FOR A YEAR HAS 1,100 CALORIE^?? WHY WASN'T I TOLD THE ICED LATTE& I LIVED ON ALL StlflimER HAVE A& MAW CAL0RIE& A5 A SLURPEE?? WHV WA&N'T I TOLD AN P/IVORITE FAT-FREE BA&ELS HAVE THE CALORIC CWTEMT Of A 8I&-FATDOU&HNIIT?? CU6TO/MER ALWflV6 BRW&5 A CERTAIN INNOCENCE TO FA&HION. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia J SUPPOSE (7^5 OK T07^'^V'...J'/V1 VALS FIRST T yOU IN/ WHATS COUS/M,..OW HER UR N^E #3AIH*\ MOTHERS S/PE/ survey tosee ip ihey wpre Fon.-the HA* ALwAyj been TOO w OWN CTOop.
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