The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 10, 1997 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, October 10, 1997
Page 16
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64 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1O, 1997 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble Crossword BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION NtVER! CWT OUT OF THERE, ALICE! KNOCJ YOU'RE TELECOMMUTING Unscramble Ihese lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, lo form lour ordinary words GO BACK TO A CUBICLE'! A 600P THINS TO PO WHEN ENCOUNTERING AN ICEBERG, Now arrange the circled letters to lorm the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. MF WE 6ET SEPARATED MAY0E WE'LL MEET A6AIN IN A BETTER WORLD., THIS ROU6M IS PRETTY THICK.5IR.. JUST FIND THE BALL, MARGIE! (Answers tomorrow) BEIGE SURTAX MUSLIN snowdrift lell him - STORMING Jumbles: ROBOT Answer: Stuck In I C M ' G H C J G I Z D "B Z D , WAS THE GENERAL MAP? I LOST MY CAR IN THE MALL PARKINS LOT ASA I N.I HAP TO TAKE A CAB HOME WELL,HE5AIP IT WOULP NEVER HAPPEN A6AIN BY EUGENE SHEFFER Hand Lois J A Z W P A W C 1 J H Z M !" G C 1'ZAB CGBPW? Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE FED-UP STILL-LIFE PAINTER WAS NOW SURE IT WAS TIME TO DRAW THE LIME. Today's Cryptoquip clue: A 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 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 Holyfield ploy 4 U.N. gift- shop purchase 8 Insensate 12 Rhoda's mom 13 Anger 14 Bakery employee 15 Sophia's co-star 17 Lamb's pseudonym 18 Capricorn 19 Trolley noise 20 Command to Fido 22 Jack's companion 24 Barrier 25 Just so-so 29 Under the weather 30 Conversation piece? 31 Ewing's wares 32 With melancholy 34 Concerning 35 Manolete's foe 36 lapetus or Tethys 37 Entries in Berle's files 40"—the Obscure" 41 Satan's specialty 42 1959 Bock/ Harnick musical 46 Relate 47 Green acres 48 Mason's field 49 Cubesmith Rubik 50 Proscriptions 51 Praiseful piece DOWN 1 "Jules 8 and —" Computer language Florentine needlepoint Devotee Rhythmic cadence The whole enchilada Earthy prefix Decorative black metal Bruins' home Chow — Show immodesty Anthracite, Solution time: 26 mine. Yesterday's answer 10-10 e.g. 19 Ad award 20 Drink . greedily 21 Cover of gloom 22 Wobbly treat 23 One way to stand by 25 Israel's leader, 1969-74 26 Lou of comedy , 27 Beatles' meter maid 28 Carolina campus 30 Med. plans 33 Verdi work . 34 Staffer 36 Last word of a soap opera title 37 Ballet leap 38 "Awaiting reply" 39 Place for a hot pot? 40 Bring together 42 Calendar abbr. 43 George's brother 44 Young fellow . 45 Have bills 1 12 15 2 3 THEN WHYAREV6U SITTING THBR& STARlrJcb AT THE TV&£|?EEN? The Lockhorns Bora Loser "A PENNY FOR HI6 THOUGHTS WOULD BE OVERPRICED." OTI IIV /IDCFY) For answers to today's crossword, call O I UIVIl CU I 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. NOT TK5 FIBER CONTENT t USEO'TO ON THE TH6BOX, . iS ALL FULL..BOT i For Belter or For Worse WEEDED,COULD you THIS IS A VOJNS UjoMAN SHE CLE/V43THE ReS- WHAT Tea OS SoMejHiN& AB°OT WHO uveS WITH HER 2. TAURANT EVERV NISHT IN THIS PHOTOGRAPH •? CHILDREN IN AN OLP VAN, EXCHANGE FOR FOOD BEHIND A . . WASHROOM AND ELECTRICITY "We don't waste electricity sending e-mail to a boy half a block away." BLONDIE, I'M MAKINS MVSELP A SANPW/CM... WOULD YOU LIKE ONE ? IT WON'T 3E ANV TROUBLE, I'VE SOT ALL THE STUPP OUT LIFE'S NO GARFI6LP REArtEMBER, VOU CAN'T ALWAYS SET EVERVTHIN& VOU WANT NO THANKS/ DEAR, I'M NOT HUN6RV J'O W OUT BUT I KNOW ONE, MOW. Of COURSE DON'T KNOW , CflTHV. vou WORK/IT Home... EXERCI6E K HOWE... IMTCH flUOVtES />T HOmE... EAT /H HOWE.. .VOU NEVER LEflVE THE COCOON f f PRECI5EW. VOUR WHEI0 WOU /»RE COflWLETELV SELF -INVOLVED, THE 0NLV PER&OlO VOU MILL EVER. KEEP/neeTlrN&ISVOURSEUF! KEEP RUNNING- INTO mv MOTHER. REPERTOIRE, flNO Kl LEflfeT vouu &er some ANMOVIN& NEW) Rex Morgan, M.D. ]T W/S GR6/4T SP£NP/N6 / I KWOW...WESHOULP T/A-lE IV/TO VOU TON//6HT, I 60 OUT TO WNWgJ?... JUNE/ No,i CTAVCP "vNAbnd(irep. ivipe«p- HWH

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