The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 3, 1997 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, October 3, 1997
Page 14
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B4 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Difoert Jumble Crossword A rAOB OF STUPID PEOPLE ATTACK OOGBERT'S HOUSE OUR PLAN tO DRINK ALL OF HTS HOSE U)ATEP> ISN'T WORKINGS HEY, CAREFUL.' VQU'RE GETTING WATER ALLOVER) THE GPA5S ... J WAFT, THAT GIVES K\E AN IDEA.'! (HOW'S THE ATTACK GOING? THEY TRIED TO RUIN OUR LAUJN BY SPRAYING WATER ON IT. BUT NOW IT'S TURNED INTO A HOSE FIGHT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARQIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, (o form four ordinary words. LAROF \ r > v J f "^ k. J 01WT Trftunl Mftjil Strvtcit. toe. Ail RlghU Rtinviil CUTOS Peanuts YES,MAAM../Wf P06 IS STILL SITTING OUT5IPE ON THE FRONT STEPS.. « NO, I TRIED TO EXPLAIN , TOHIMTHATP065ARENT ALLOWEP ON THE SCHOOL 6ROUNP5,. HERE, HE LOANTEP ME TO SHOW YOU HIS PASSPORT.. UTTOWI TTH NELKRE WHY THE PAPE.R HANGER WORKEP LATE. Now arrange the circled letters to lorm the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. >r (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's Jumbles: LEECH AUGUR SWERVE BAFFLE Answer: How the model calculated her worth AT FACE VALUE Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey STOP PLAVINS WITH YOUR FOOD/ Hi and Lois X AXLN RK NOR FK ZEWV RVOR XR WKEAY ZOLN ZN YNWXYNYAM RVXWL RK ZM FRKZOWV. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: ARE THOSE FEMALES PLAYING MALE PARTS SIMPLY GALS IN THE GUISE OF GUYS? Today's Cryptoquip clue: Z equals M 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 1 Plate stat 4 Greek cheese 8 Money 12 Interceptive rocket: abbr. 13 Mike Motley's neighbor 14 Curved molding 15 Moose's partner 17 Calendar quota 18 Classify 19 Kennel cry 21 Bk. after Ezra 22 Complain 26 Maximum 29"— your old manl" 30 Thither 31 Word with code or rug 32 Rev up 33 Despondent 34 Ashen 35 Amber brew 36 Bit of snow 40 Sen. org. 41 Collar 45 Open some 48 It'll clarify your outlook on things 50 Burl's ex 51 What we share 52 Docs' org. 53 Ring out 54 Felix Linger-like 55 Cartoonist Browne DOWN 1 Tabula follower 2 Alfresco entrees 3 Don of MSNBC 4 Search (out) 5 Third rock from the Sun 6 Italian cardinal? 7 June of filmdom 8 Nutria 9 Candle count 10 Poseidon's bailiwick 11 LBJ beagle 16 Ancient Aegean area 20 Mensa Solution time: 28 mlns. «« «.u 39 One of the Maunas Yesterday's answer 10-3 stats 23 "Clan of the Cave Bear", character • 24 "Caine Mutiny" author 25 Dandling locale 26 Legisla- tions 27 OPEC member < 28 Options list: 29 Seek : damages ' 32 "Gigot" star 33 Fanfare 35 Museum , stuff 36 Robin Hood's sur-l roundings; 38 Tax time . 39 Petrarch's: love 42 Bygone expletive 43 Big rig 44 Shipbuilding wood 45 Heidi's ••:"•;• height 46 Typical / G.I.? 47 Literary collection 49 Neighbor ofOnt. The Lockhonns Born Loser NO, I WON'T HOW COULD YOU B£ 50 fA\ND6DTYOU KM6W HOVJ IIAPOKTWT TrWWto "••"-•«""•""••"' •* •« "OF COURSE I WAS LISTENING TO YOU, LORETTA... THAT'S WHY I FELL ASLEEP.' 45 50 53 46 47 OT| IK /|DCrY5 For answers to today's crossword', call • O I Ul Vlr L-.LJ I 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) oa touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. For Better or For Worse AND, WHI I TORN TflE TiMER ON ..,_,,_,, wm-M 7 -~ 4 FOR W HOUR. _J THINK ABOUT W/ i.t.i—.1 ii_.. J~ »1 y 1* i(0_. 1-7.— it. \s* ' t WHM P0»l&l£, excu5etx> WBte WASTH/s CAT? YOU PUNISHEP. OK? OUT OF YOUR ROOM. "No dessert for a week? 'II STARVE!" WE'LL JUST TELL'EM NO.' THIS IS OUR NISHT OUT.' HOW ABOUT AN ACTION MOVIE TONIGHT? JUST THE TWO OF US! /IT'S BEEN IN TH£ \. FOR SIX MONTHS HOPE VOLi PIPN'T EAT THE MEAT LOAF,' GARFIELP ANVBOPV WHO EATS THAT HAS ONLV MINUTES LEFT JUST ENOU&H TIME FOR PE5SERT THEN WHAT IP OUR WIVES TRY TO TALK US INTO SEEING SOMETHING ELSE WITH THEM? LETS STICK TO OUR SUNS, NO MATTER WHAT THEY SAY.' SHE'S 1 HflVlN&A FIT IN THE FITTIN& ROOM. f CUSTOMERS > ALWAV5 THINK SOMETHIN&'S SUPPOSED TO /MATCH. IT'S AVE/1R OF OPPOSITE 5 f TH6 DfllMTV BEflDEO DRESS UNDER « /WflNlN CO/^T... THE LflCV CflffllSOLE WITH SLOUGHY TWEED TROUSERS THE HUGE FUR COLLAR OA) A TIM CASUAL SWEATER ? Rex Morgan, M.D. TANNING PON'4 KNOW wHy -fHAt THATS NONSENSE ... KNOW WH/AT I THINK 1 . ••? I THINK /OUV?e SCAREP OF THE WHOLE /PEA OF CHILDREN' pv»»Hcp Her Keys INTO MAyee1 » ANAL/SI'. svffep.iN&Fr<»MA'.

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