The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 27, 1996 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, September 27, 1996
Page 14
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B4 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL *](^ Ditoert Jumble Crossword ...THERE I LOAS, NAKED AND EXHAUSTED', JAILES FRO/A SHORE.. DOLPHINS TAUNTED fAE FOR HOURS. SUDDENLY A DEEP SEA 5POPT FISHING BOAT HAPPENED BY. I G'RABDED THE LINE AND HE.LD ON FOR rAY LIFE.. THAT'S WHAT I THOUGHT. UNTIL THE SECOND TlfAE THEY THREW HE BACK IN. I rAEANT LUCKY FOR THErA. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble Ihese lour Jumbles, one lelter lo each square, to lorm lour ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER LAWRD t; r > v J 61996 Trltjgfll M»4l SerVCM. I AH Right] RmrvM APANG Peanuts I DON T KNOW WHEN MY BIRTHDAY 15, AND I PON'T KNOUJ HOW OLD I AM.. 9-28 AND THE PAISY MILL PUPPY FARM ISN'T THERE ANYMORE ! EVERYTHING'S 60NE! NO, I M STILL HERE.. A' REBARL DILPIM IJ > l j WHAT YOU MIGHT CAUL A UAWYER'5 APARTMENT. ACROSS 1 June 420 43 Calendar honoree... abbr. 6 ...and her 44 Propeller partner type 1 1 Rum recipe 46 Suitable 12 Brought up 47 Inuit 14 Rectangu- 49 Hollywood lar electrician 15 Capital of 51 Double- Now arrange Ihe circled letters to form Ihe surprise answar, as sug- gesled by the above cartoon. breasted jacket 52 Dahl or Francis 53 Haggard 54 Prank DOWN Print *n swer here : A [ J J J J J fill (Answers Monday) Yesterday's I Jumbles: THICK LINGO PLURAL GRATIS I Answer: Making sausage the old fashioned way gave him this - A LINK TO THE PAST Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey I HAVE M IPEA. WHY PON'T YOU GO TO THE OFFICERS' CLUB AHP PRINK ANP HAVE FUN WITH YOUR SUPPIES? BECAUSE IT'S CLOSEP FOR RENOVATIONS 1 I WHAT A SHAME... } ANPYOU KNEW I WELL,VOU CAN SIT j |J WAS CLOSEP FOR II XSil?^ NP ^RENOVATIONS/ Hi and Lois UAQ A J E C K M TVUKDETJU SDJHR GQKQHM R X C XEUD T' VTERSXZA TU HTJEZA UXGQ. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I THINK A FAKE DIAMOND IS OFTEN CONSIDERED A SHAMROCK. Today's Cryptoquip clue: H equals L The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, 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. Turkey 16 Place- kicker's pride 17 Harsh, unfair treatment 19 The Cratchit lad uncle? 20 Santa's 21950s load 22 Stick with a kick 23 Smooth, in phonetics _ 24 Phase one |¥|N 26 Back-to- back seating 28 Hardly a nobody 30 Pile 31 JFK administration metaphor 35 Cart 39 "So be it!" 40 Tablet 3 "Who am — judge?" 4 Rather and Rowan 5 Square dance quorum 6 Whodunit writer Sue 7 1995 Broad way hit 8 Erstwhile acorn 9 Made like Demosthenes 10 Fine wool 1 Monkey's 11 Words to live by 13 "South Pacific" lack? sitcom family Solution time: 28 mins. Yesterday's answer 9-28 18 Moreover 21 Natural in Vegas 23 Bolivia's capital 25 Sesame plant 27 Envisioned 29 Result of a series of explosions? 31 Bring the victuals 32 Unlike Victoria? 33 More compliant 34 Salt 36 Member of the DreamWorks triumvirate 37 Lustrous pearl 38 French possessive 41 Impressionist artist 44 Merganser 45 Imperfection 48"— picture paints 1,000 words...." 50 Winter woe WHEW/THAT sMoutp ee THE LAST-rWE X HAVE TO AAOVV THE LyAvVfJ ( TIMS ro <2>er THE I LEAF The Lockhorns Born Loser "I ONCE THOUGHT LEROY WAS A GOOD LISTENER, BUT HIS SNORING GAVE HIM AWAY." OTI lit /IDCFY5 ^ or answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vll C.U : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. Family Circus IT'5 seven V6KK5 . be-nappy ' For Better or For Worse SHE. DIP IT WHILE-VoU AWBV,Liz..sHe-'S BEEN LlKE.THffl' FOR A COUPLE op WE(£KS Now. SHE'S G^TTIr4G LOOKS. ALL KISHT- AND, SURE l PUNMo. M^Vee SHE vJfWeo TO COME BflCK Id SatooL NEW DIFFERENT " LOOK'! Billy's final revealing account of Daddy's speaking M „ engagement. Blondie Garlield TOPAV THEV ALL STAR£P INTO SPACE FOR A WHILE... THEN THE.V LICKED THEMSELVE6 AND TOOK NAPS I'M SURPRISED AT YOU TRVINS TO PULL A STUNT LIKE THAT.' WHAT MADE YOU THINK YOU COUUP SET AWAY WITH IT ?.' WOW.' HOW PIP YOU 00 THAT, MR. BUMSTEAP?.' THERE'S NOTHINQ TO IT, ELMO,,, WHEN YOU'RE MARRIEP YOU'LL BE ABLE TO DO Pickles Cathy UU68A.WOS cArne TO mv . 5P6MT THE EVENING LON&IN&LV flT THE : IR\)IN& Cfl/KlE TO flW HOmE. 5PENT THE EVENING STflRINfr BUSSFtlLLV AT THE TV SET. N/VTHflN CflfflE TO OIV- SPENT THE EVENING ST/IRING LUSTFULLY /IT THE COMPUTER SCREEN. A LIFETIME OF TRYING , FOR A PERFECT WOfflAMLY , SHAPE, AND i SHOULD ' HAVE 3UST BEEN TRVIN& FOR A RECTANGLE. Rex Morgan, M.B. Sylvia you HAVE A WAV WITH CHILDREN, PLANS FOR SO/ME ) THE OF you/? OWN? /NP,LEW/\.../My WA/ME IS JUNE,,.NOT JUL/^O/? PIP I SAY JULIA? I'M SORRY, JUNE...IW GETTING SO DITZV LPoKfNOr At Hen. +H The

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