The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 24, 1996 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, January 24, 1996
Page 10
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B4 WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24. 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL /AMI, SfOO* 3DB IS TO TEST A\V NEW INVENTION THAT BLOCKS KIDS FROK SEEING DTPvTV PICTURES ON THE INTERNET. HIS YOUTHFUL CURIOSITY 15 NO rAATCH FOR NW TECHNICAL BRILLIANCE. I HOPE THAT WASN'T THE SOUND OF EYE&ALL5 GETTING REALLY DIG. Peanuts YOU SHOOT, AND ILL 60 UP FOR THE REBOUNP.. THAT WAS THE REBOUNP.. Beetle Bailey WE SEE VOL) WATCHIN6 HER ALL PAY LON6/ YOU P0N'T KNOW WHAT IT'S LIKE TO SUCH UNWANTED ATTENTION. 1 Hi and Lois THEY" SAV .TW AT SPRIH0 ISTHEBESTTMAEFOJ? Born Loser BUT IT ISNT 5MOWIK6! HO, BUT THE FOKCA5T For Better or For Worse ,SOME wispa ftRooNotfeCHEEK- Gartield H£.V,CAT.< /VMNP IP I TAKE PICTURE.? IT'LL MAKE A GREAT HUMAN INTEREST 6TORV FOR /V\V PAPER! CALL IT WHAT IT IS, PAL... •CHEAP SENSATIONALISM".' Pickles Jumble BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these (our Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary Words. TYIED f "> ^ ^/ *^\ ^ ^J OlMftfflbuM Utfti Strtot, Inc. LAWTZ f ~Y "^ ^. ^_ _> ATTRYN ^ > ^ j KOHOED ^ ^ w_ j ^^^ ^ j i >. > WHAT &AUPING JOKES PO AFTER A WHILE. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, aa suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer hero: [ Y Y Y 1 "r Y Y Y Y' I^<^^^*b^^^6Uta«^d ^^riQ^^^uWari^j^^u (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's I Jumbles: MAJOR JpUCHY BUCKET AFRAID I Answer: What the'ex-Jockey considered his railroad work — A DAY AT THE TRACK F BFUUC UFHKWH DFKWB ZAX VAT ADS. CRN XWW, AE SWVE HND- DADT RNE RU EZW VWD. Yesterday's Cryptoqulp: 1 LEARNED THAT THE STREET-CORNER ARTIST MANAGED TO DRAW SOME LARGE CROWDS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: U 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. The Lockhorns OltM WU. NOtIT iMTfRMUHt. M. "WHAT DO YOU MEAN IT 6HRANK?" Family Circus "Very good, Mommy! You must have gotten all A's when you were in second grade." Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Teensy part 5 St.Jeader • 8 Church section 12 Entertainer Falana 13 Wish undone . 14 Entreat 15 Bunker Hill commander 17 Actor Auberjonois 18 Method 19 Store- door sign 21 Crafty 22 Crosby's pal 23 Rock band's equipment 26 Ring decision 28 Lawrence's partner 31 Prohibits 33 Killer whale 35 Friend of Ingmar 36 Take care of 38 Physique 40 Antiquity 41 Antitoxins 43 Natalie's father 45 Pebbles 47 It takes guts to make one 51 Fashion 52 Reputation of success 54 Square 55 Vandal 56 Singer Tori 57 Takes a mate 58 Rubber tree plant mover 59 Kin of 35 Across? DOWN 1 Jungfrau etal. 2 Conservative 3 Bullring bravos 4 Schooner's staffs 5 Russian president of the 1980s 6 No longer chic 7 Forage plant 8 Suitable 9 Maintain 10 Having the full marble comple- Solutlon time: 21 mlns. Yesterday's answer ment 11 Ogled 16 Scot, e.g. 20 Diary ' 23 Stomach muscles, for short 24 Daisy — 25 Foreshadowed 27 Ball 29 Singer Tillis 30 Put a : stop to 32 John Paul of the Supreme Court 34 Nunnery 37 Galena, e.g. 39 Lecturer's platform 42 Greek opener 44 Wreck ' beyond repair 45 Expanded 46 Carry on 48 South American ; capital 49 Composer Stravinsky 50 Monster's loch 53 Sequence 45 51 54 57 46 QT"I Vk yiDCir^O for answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr CL/ : l-goo-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. sggy ... SOMETIMES r _ . 'ADULT RUMOR"MEANIS ALL THE .iOKES ARE OVER TWIENTY-ONE YEARS OLD' * o .ME , icgfJHgfcSI VOUSUBE OO A LOT Of WORK AROUNt? THIS PLACE, . aUfASTEAD WELL, THAT'S MY JOB, EL^AO, =PUFF,PUFF:- UUSBANDS DO ALL THE TOUGH. HEAVY-DUTY STUFF LIKE LIFTING .HAULINS, DUMPING, SHOYELINS... ANP iPUFF. PUFF: WIVES DO ALL THE OTHER STUFF... WHEN I GROW UP, WHAT ARE fAY CHANCES OF BEING THE WIFE? Cathy HOO.HA.HA!! WHV NOT 3«ST 5AN, "TO LWE PILV EUER AFTER, S»mPLY MflRRV A HANDSOME PRINCE AND RIDE OFF HIS HORSE- DRAWM CflR- RW&E"??.' Hfl.HA.HAr? f HA, Hfl, Hfl( WHO WRITES THIS STUFF?.' Hfl.Hflf /IMO HERE'S A GOOD OWE!... "TO LOSE WElftHT. SWIPW EAT LESS"f , "TO nWNfl&€ STRESS, SIMPLV QUIT WORRVlr4& SO MUCH." OH, RI&HT... HA.HAf NEVER 30K.E flBOUT RWflLTV WHEN THERE'S fl FUTURE PRINCESS, IN THE ROOM. 1HW6 RKCUER. OP EWERS'VEAJR Rex Morgan, M.D. WHATS WKOUGT YOU POWT LOOK SO GOOD/ ^ *C ULCER IS /ICTWS UP.. W o/w,l MEED PR. PETER H/WSOWS PERSOWWEL FILE..MWP HAVE HIM P/6EP FOR /ME.' I WEED TH/T RLE ASAP, JO AW? KNOW POH'+ WAN T f o

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