The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on September 30, 1996 · Page 14
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B8 MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilhept CAT BERT, EVIL H.R DIRECTOR I NEED TO HERE A PROGRAhrAER FOPv (AY PROTECT TEArA OUR POLICY 15 TO FIR5T SEEK CANDIDATES FROfA WITHIN THE COMPANY. IF NONE 13 QUALIFIED, YOU MUST USE A SOCK PUPPET. HOW fAANY OF YOUR POLICIES ARE DESIGNED FOR THE SOLE PURPOSE OF SATISFYING YOUR SADISTIC TENDENCIES' 1 ALL OF THEIA. ARE JUST OBVIOUS. Peanuts NO..RI6HT IN THE MIPPLE OF OUR PRACTICE OUR SPRINKLER 60ES ON, YOU JUST NEVER KNOW WHAT'S 60IMS TO HAPPEN, PO YOU ? Beetle Bailey INTERNATIONAL MUSEUM OF CARTOON ART SCOREBOARD GOAL SEE? AREN'T YOU SLAP I MAPEY0U PUT ON YOUR SEAT BELT? Hi and Lois TO SE FULLY'\ WHEN X CRISI&J r MEEPA SPORT- UTILITY AW OFF-ROAD Born Loser For Better or For Worse \rt /PIP HAVE fl Ocop SUMMER?!! rwsd I HAVEN'T SeeN you FOR A WHIU& ! •• you . •>H"plFFEReKT.' COME. /> RIGHT r OUT S A.NP- tipv ASK we, $sa ui. VOU VJflNNA KNOW WHV SWV&pMyHeflpjr"" 2 " \x)ELL,IU/A9TlRe -; °THE GIRL WITH THE « Ganlield I'VE BEE.N BU6V ALL PAV WAIT. PIP VOU 6AV "B06V; OR. 'SITTING AROUNP POIN6 NOTHING"? Pickles OP TUE Rex Morgan, M.D. B£RW/4 /^NP TITO /^RE STUWWEJ? WHEN THE/ /^PP UP THE COSTS OP THE exEKCISE BIKE XNP TH6 H Jumble BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one leller to each square, to form four ordinary words. IRILCY ^ ^\ v. > f > s, / LAVE r > ^ / DABBIE f "\ \ S FINTEC f >, ^ ^ <•"" > v J ^ ^\ ^ ; /" > S / r > ^ ^/ He slopped ,...... ***ly HAPPENED TO THE EYE POC-TOR WHO WA5 FOLLOWING TOO C-LO-5E, Answer here : WAS LL Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. H r ~*y ~°<^ >x^ > (Answers tomorrow) Saturday's I Jumbles: DRAWL PAGAN BARREL LIMPID I Answer: Wnal you might call a lawyer's apartment A LEGAL PAD Cryptoquip I- I : S K I' T W URTAXOUHP X W l ; L W T V U W V T W B B N B H OB T E H S B H T N B W RSWTEUA? Saturday's Cryptoquip: THE HUNGRY ASTRONAUT WOULD MERELY DIG INTO A SANDWICH AT LAUNCH TIME. Today's Cryptoquip clue: R 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 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. The Lockhorns "FOR ONCE I GOT UP EARLY ENOUGH SO I WOULDN'T HAVE TO RUN FOR THE BUS." Family Circus •9-30 ©1996 Bil K«ana. Inc. 0»(.0y CowlBi'Synd.. "After the first 20 or 30 viewings of a tape, you really start to see some finer nuances." Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Airport abbr. 4 Khan title 7 Passport endorsement 11 Splendor 13 Torched 14 Golf-bag item 15 Lab assistant? 16 Under the weather 17 Egg container 18 Antillean tribe 20 After-bath application 22 Game- show prize 24 Vacillate 28 Single 32 Plumber's tool 33 Oppositionist 34 Bygone flightless bird 36 Journey 37 Cacophonous 39 A couple of cups 41 Scopes i IS [3 defender 43 — es Salaam 44 First Itr. 46 Ohio or Mississippi 50 Excitement 53 Menagerie 55 Pet-shop buy 56 Hexagonal state 57 Bobble 58 Vivacity 59 Calendar abbr. 60 Society- page word 61 Summer NYC hrs. DOWN 1 Grand- scale tale 2 Frat-party garb 3 Cupid's forte 4 "The Greatest" 5 Coated aurically 6 Holdup man 7 "The Fly" star 8 Dander 9 Distress call 10 Farm critter 12 Long- popular game, with "The" Solution time: 24 min. Saturday's answer 9-30 19 "Humbug!" 21 Baton- waver Brown 23 Edge 25 Rani's wrap 26 Related 27 Turned on the waterworks 28 Combo 29 Sulawesi ox 30 Recipe word 31 "— Many Girls" ('40 film) 35 Moreover 38 Thither 40 Corn spike 42 Shrivel 45 Went like 60 47 Crooner Jerry 48 "Zounds!" 49 Dollars for quarters 50 Kramden's carriage 51 Put away 52 Item on Baby's agenda 54 Raw rocks 7 14 17 8 9 10 50 56 59 51 52 OTI IIV /|DCP\Q For answers to today's crossword, call O I VjlVIr L_L/ 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. ziggy ,TH ATS WHAT i CAU- DIC? YOU HEAR THE ONE ABOUT THE PARROT AND THE PET WELL ? AREN'T YOU SOINS TO TELL IT ? •J NO.,, t WAS JUST WONDERING IP YOU HEARD IT Cathy I INVITED NflTHflN IN /1FT6K DIMMER />A)0 HE fflflRGHED OVGR TO MV COfflPUTER flNO SPENT TWO HOURS OA) THE INTERNET.' HE UWS DflTED BV HE WflS OVERWHEUH60 6V HI5 flTTRflCTION TO VOU flND JU&T PflNICKED. VOU HflUE TO TRV CflTrN ? &IVE HIW/I CHflNCEf MM'T rtBflNDOM THIS SEN- SITWE, MRIN& SOUL OVER ONE LITTLE CflSE OF SECOND DATE NERVES?! Sylvia ONCE /I COFFEE ROOM. MOW fl RESLISOITflTION ROOM. _ , , Beueve in ) spewT FOUR 7HOUSAUP JP We BOTH LOSS. THIRTY pOUUPS...THArs ROUGHLY SIXTY-SIX POLLAKS A POUHP/ /IMP THE WORST IS /6T TO CO/ME/

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