The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on January 27, 1996 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

Salina, Kansas
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Saturday, January 27, 1996
Page 18
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B8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 1996 Fun M to THE SALINA JOURNAL* Dilbent Jumble VENDOR CAN'T DELIVER, SO s-*^~^~~^~~\ 'I WONDER w WHAT'S ON TV [TONIGHT. Crossword ...SHOULD WE RISK A LAWSUIT OR BUILD A A PRODUCT THAT NOBODY ON EA.RTH •/•—"''V—-v( DID HE ASK /AETO A 'CHOICE? 60 ANTS? \ , WILL IT BE A REQUESf FOR INFORMATION OR' AN IMPRACTICAL SOLUTION? LET'S DO BOTH. 1 BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFEFfc Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form (our ordinary words. Peanuts HAVIN6 HEARD THAT STARTLING NEWS, THE DOS CLOSED HIS EYES, AMP WENT BACK TO SLEEP.. HOW THE PACKET- PALL REF FELT WHEN TEMPERS FLAPER Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. (Answers Monday) Yesterday's I Jumbles: VITAL DICED GAINED CANNED I Answer: What a fledgling photographer can always use — CANDID ADVICE Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey WHEN MV LAUHPRV \S> POME, IT JO ME, ZERO OKAY 60LLK I LEFT SAFE'S JACKET IN THE PRYER TOO LONS/ Hi and Lois QC Q APW, GTD XDHVE EDBGHCG QIXQWC STPCD GP YIQW SQYC QBE VPAADVC. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: DO YOU SUPPOSE YOU MIGHT SIMPLY CALL ANY EIGHT-LEGGED CAT AN OCTOPUSS? Today's Cryptoquip clue: A equals B The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal 0 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 Closes up 6 Skeleton s place 12 Condiment 13 Preferably 14 "Out of—" 15 Gazing 16 Garden Intruder 17 Arrived 19 Bandy of C&W 20 First name In daredevilry 22 Capek play 24 Yon wench 27 Mr. Sharif 29 Entangling weapon 32 Gertrude Stein quote 35 Gladys Knight and the — 36 Iditarod terminus 37 Gold units: abbr. 38 Fall behind 40 Obligation 42 Back 44 Overcome with reverence „ - . , 46 Bowdlerize Yesterday's answer 50 New . 1-27 Orleans university 52 Antiseptic 54 Brunch preparation 55 Actress McArdle 56 Progenitor 57 Philippine island DOWN 1 On base 2 To be, in Toulouse 3 Out of the way 4 Film director Besson 5 He's off to see the world 6 Pull an all- nighter . 7 "Star Wars" weapon 8 Mel of Cooperstown 9 March 17 symbol 10 Architect Saarinen 11 Loblolly, for one 12 Corvine comment 18 Fashionable 21 Erich — Stroheim Solution time: 24 mlns. 23 Where, to: Caesar r 24 Test the waters? 26 "Bali —" 26 Boss ;'; 26 Intended ; to improve skills 30 Long, crosser 31 Ques. counter-.: part •» 33 Simile ? center I) 34 Confeder-. ate fighter < 39 Greek ; physician-* 41 Lingerie buy 42 Dud 43"Arrivederci—" 45 Power unit 47 Laundry woe 48 Arrow poison 49 Crumpet wash- down 51 Cheer for Manolete '53 "A Chorus; Line" song HOW CAM THE THREE BEAKS 2E BO SURE THAT &OLPILOC& /ATE ALL THEIR The Lockhorns Born Loser YOU 3EEMJO HNV6 MA EXCESSIVE LOSS OF ^fe. £NNAEL! HOW AWAY TIMES YOU "LEROY AND I MAD A SMALL WEDDING, AND WE'RE HAVING AN EVEN SMALLER MARRIAGE." OTI IK /IDCrY? For answef s to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr C.LJ 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. OH ...Five USORLY A,Dr\YDO BKDSH? YOU SHOULD LlfAlTYOOKOFTO THAT WAS ONLY A ~T£$r.. . SOT WE HAP YOU GOiN&lHERE FOR A MINUTE. PiPN'T WEii For Better or For Worse Boy-SOMEONE AKES AUTO 0a3E3TfOH.A ITS AM/VZ4NS- MVHfllR.SOl WENT ToWNANP HAD If "Why do you hafta use Oil of Old Lady?" I LOVE rAY LITTLE BASEMENT WORKSHOP/ IT'S SO PEACEFUL, AND I SET THINSS ACCOMPLISHED I SHOULD BRIMS A RADIO DOWN HERE.' MUSIC WOULD MAKE IT EVEN BETTER ! WHY STOP WITH A RADIO ? WHAT ABOUT THAT TORTABUE TV? OH MAN, THIS IS REALLY LIVIN'/ GEE, THIS BRANCH ISN'T VERV HAN& ON, GARFIELP! I'M COMIN&.' PROBIEW- EXHflUSTIOW. DISORGflNIZ.flTION, WRINKLES, TOOTH DECflV, ERODW& 50- ClflL SKILLS. HOSTILITY, FLflB. 308 STRESS TO 8 STRESS 306 STRESS 306 STRESS (WERSPEWDW& CflUSE: JOS STRESS OH THE BRIGHT 5IDE, I 6ELIEVE IDE IDENtHFlEO fl REmflRKfl8LS PROOU&THIE OF mv CflREER. : 0«EREflTIN& cause •• JOB STRESS THE CLOTHES 1NTH6&EOLP PICTURES.' \)OHV V\JE VCE.PT CflUSE". 306 STRESS <55tyL£NOW Rex Morgan, M.D. iN4htNe«CrHbop.Hoop . -Ui... OMBs <^oo t8At-< EL&aANt Pf^terj out the MAtCR'Al* AVAILAW€. S/fe —. spots AtthestopsicrN. II1| _^ J to hove, wH'^H tVP^«t> out to be p -the best"-Srie vv^> RuNNiNCr oi»t " HAD o«.p CAr , A-rWJ*-/W TH/tWJCS FOR THE Tig HAU... BUT DOH'T TELL Anyone. ELSE ABOUT THIS, " IT DOESNT MAKE ANY FF£/?£WC£,JUWe... ALL OVER TW£ HOSPITAL! . CHASZ IS IH HIS PLEASE GO IH! '

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