The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 26, 1996 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

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B4 FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbepl Jumble Crossword I'VE RtDUCED YOUR SERVICE COSTS BY GIVING THE TECHNICAL-SUPPORT GROUP AN UNLISTED PHOME NUfABER. AND A FLAW IN VOUR PRODUCT DISABLES THE CUSTOMER'S E-rAATL', THEY CAN'T EVEN WRITE 'TO YOU FOR HELP/ WHAT IF ' THEY ASK A FRIEND TO E-fAAIL US? PEOPLE UJHO USE OUR PRODUCT r— DON'T HAVE FRIENDS. ) BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble these (our Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form (our ordinary words. Peanuts SOMETIMES I LIE AWAKE AT NI6HT, ANP I LOONPER IF MY LIFE WOULP BE AFFERENT IF I MAP IT TO DO OVER... THEN A VOICE COMES TO ME OUT OF THE PARK THAT SAYS, 0 BOY, THERE'S AN ORIGINAL THOUGHT! " DANNEC ?~~*\ ^ j I r ~\ ^ > ^ > A good unposed picture takes patience D 0 WHAT A FLEPGUNG PHOTOGRAPHER CAN Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. . Yesterday's " "' T -y" ••-••- (Answerstomorrow) Jumblos: DUMPY NUDGE MAGPIE VANITY Answer: A skinflint stops at nothing when it comes to this—TIPPING Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey MISS I WANT TO PICTATE A LETTER TO 6EH. RUKUS REMEMBER SIR*YOU PIP THAT BEFORE LUNCH 1 PIP?...OH.. OKAV... EARLY ALZHEIMER^? EARLY HAPPY HOUR Hi and Lois MP TPI KIYYPKW TPI DAZFG KADYBT EJBB JOT WAZFG-BWZZWM EJG JO PEGPYIKK? Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE FUNNY TRAVEL AGENT'S ADVICE TO EACH AND EVERY CLIENT: LET YOURSELF GO. T6day's Cryptoquip clue: E equals C 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 "With ir 4 Windy City squad 8 Secluded valley 12 Chit 13 Comedian Idle 14 Anger 15 Might 17 Sharpness 18 Gesture of respect 19 Pay with plastic 21 Got the ball rolling 22 Settled 26 Farm machine 29 Away out there 30 "Haiti" 31 Helicopter designer Sikorsky 32 Stripe 33 Cereal choice 34 Actress Thompson 35 Gender 36 Minimal change 37 Duration 39 Witch 40 Nay canceler 41 Author Fallaci 45 Kinky hairdo 48 Left to fend for oneself 50 Lyricist's subject 51 See to 52 History chapter 53 Dumbstruck 54 Hook's henchman 55 Aries appellation f DOWN 1 Greet the villain 2 Tittle 3 Knitting stitch • 4 Heart 5 Provided incentive 6 Morsel 7 Erudite one 8 Golfer's goal 9 Young chap 10 Early bird? 11 Born 16 Swiss mathematician Solution time: 28 mlns. Yesterday's answer 20 Kids' card game 23 "Phooey!" 24 Author Hunter 25 Just say no 26 Chelsea's pop 27 Author/ critic James 28 Give for a time 29 Office machine 32 Directives 33 Open 35 Pigs' digs 36 Procession 38 Stared 39 "Stormy Weather" singer 42 Port of Yemen 43 Pianist Peter 44 Leading man 45 Peninsula St. 46 Line 47"—been had!" 49 President pro — STOP NA5<3>IN<3 ABOUT STOP THINKING ABOUT NA30lN<3 /1AE ABOUT The Lockhorns Born Loser CltM WU. HOIII I Nil MMUI. WO. DMKIMM »f KMf f 1-36 "SHOULDN'T YOU BE TURNING IN? YOU HAVE A LOT OF TELEVISION TO WATCH TOMORROW." For answers to today's crossword, call 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. For Better or For Worse DIDIT 1 . CUT! I SOTHftUFOFMy HAIR CHOPPEC>OFF,ANP ITS fill BeCflUSE OF SHECflNTSftVIUCOK LIKE AN ft3lrt<3 HIPPV MOW (SHE-WANTED BEWARE O'F DOBERPERSON "Why are kings higher than queens? Aren't men and women s'posed to be equal?" Blondie Garfield ( AAAAH.'OOOOM.'AAAAH' LETTER CARRIERS ARE MADE Of STERNER STUFP THAN YOU .' FR6EZINS ?!) WEARING SOAAE UH-OH.IT'S GE.TTIW& PARK FLAR FLAR FLAP/ WHEW VOU'RE WHWIN&, VOU DON'T H/WE TimE FOR DOIN&. WHEN VOU'RE DOIN&, VOU DON'T Hfl\IETI/HE FOR WHINING-. SO, TEflm...flRE WE 60IN6 TO BE MINERS, OR /IRE WE GOIN& TO BE DOERS ?? '. WHWERS /IRE BEflTEN 8V STRESS. DOERS USE STRESS N H HEflLTHV.. PRODUCTIVE WflV. OK.. flCTIOM. I LIKE IT. ITS fl STflRT. IN LIFE, THERE flRETWO KINDS Of PEOPU •• THE WHINERS flND THE DOERS. INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE STRESS GMT Rex Morgan, M.D. FOUR WOMEN FILED SEXUAL K/NP OF TROUBLE* KMW, WH/ir Ape ouff weiv TALKING ) IS JN B/S TROUBLe XT THE ABOUT? Xn. -r HQSPtTAL.JUNE! H/1R/4SS/MEWT A34/NST H//M

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