The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 2, 1996 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 2, 1996
Page 12
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B4 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL HHbert Jumble Crossword CAROL, I NEED TQ DOCUMENT YOUR PROCEDURE FOR ORDERING OFFICE SUPPLIES. IT'S AN ISO 1000 REQUIREMENT - IF SOrAEONE AvSK.5 FOR SOMETHING, I CHECK THE SUPPLY CABINET FIRST. THEN I SAX "THERE'S ONE LEFT. YOU CAN'T HAVE IT BECAUSE THEN WE'D BE AUOUT.' THEN I SPEND THE REST OF THE DAV COfAPLMNlNG AfcOUT THE PERSON WHO J BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble thase lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words IMCUS r "N ^ J r> ^ / f "> ^-J 01996 Tntxjnt Mttfl Strvw. IT RIGAN Peanuts THIS IS IT, LUCY. WE MAVE TO CONCENTRATE! TME SEASON 15 ALMOST OVER.. THIS IS OUR LAST GAME.. AAU6HHJ I CAN'T STANP IT! IJUST CAN'T 5TANP IT! ' HOU) LON6, VBASEBALL! NOW, OHLORP /I REMEMBER.. HOWLON6* OURLA5T6AME HUWLUNb.. l OFBA5E0ALL i CLOIPY ENSCOD I hope II comes out tall and dully HOPEP HER &REAP WOULP PO THI5 IN THE CONTEST. Now arrange the circled letters to form (he surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. y ~*Y v ~*v~ "> TO Y ^ r ^ ^ vN^ ^ r ^Y T ^ Answer -1111 JTHEI I I I I 11 1 j (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's I Jumbles: PARCH EXTOL MEADOW CALLOW I Answer: The Installer's shoddy work got him this CALLED ON THE CARPET I BROUGHT YOU THIS NICE PLANT TO MAKE , YOUR OFFICE PRETTY, AMOS AMP PON'T MOVE IT Hi and Lois ACHSHIW JX H QI'GSTDI OTF'A HWKJODO HCC SPOGFVDIO: XDKDI H Q P V O G D D 1 . Yesterday's Cryptoquip: TYPICALLY, A THIRSTY PHYSICIAN IS ONLY A DRY DOC. Today's Cryptoquip clue: K equals V 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. THREXTENEC? WITH EXTlNCTIO/J,,, The Lockhorns Born Loser "IT'S NOTHING SERIOUS... LORETTA OUST SHOPPED TIL SHE DROPPED." Family Circus For Better or For Worse . , SHflWNR-MAKlEGor C^NPACE SHflV|M&/ HeR NoSE PiePCEP, LOT OF S1UFf= 1 HflPPENeP WHILE I SUESS IT OUST ISNTTHflT COOLTo TflLK BlW6 Bll Koint. inc. Dal by Cooltt Syria., nc "That means those houses don't have electricity." GarfieM Blondie BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Off-key 5 Push firmly 8 History fans 41 Old Peruvian 43 Sign of assent 12 Impetuous 45 Obelisk 13 Lamb's dam 14 Formerly 15 They're nothing new 17 Pronto, in the E.R. 47"— Fideles" 51 Off base 52 Civil War battle site 54 Novelist Grey 55 Spelldown 56 Skirt length 18 Carriage in 57 Peacock- a Disneyland ride 19 Garb 21 Half-ton 22 Line of fashion 23 Arthur or Lillie 26 Energy 28 Old marketplace 31 Itsy-bitsy bits 33 Ill-lit 35 Oklahoma city 36 Town of central Italy 38 Crony 40 Red Sox legend, to tail spots 5fl Bishop's bailiwick 59 Fit of peevish- ness DOWN 1 "Animal House" group 2 Kent coworker 3 'The Thin Man" pooch 4 Dense 5 Signed on for another hitch. 6 Reverent reaction 7 Small plateaus 8 Stamps 9 Metal Solution time: 21 mlns. Yesterday's answer hardener lOCicatrix 11 Head of France 16 Bon mot 20 Source of caffeine 23 Life story 24 Dawn goddess 25 Daughter of Oedipus 27 "Great Expectations" hero 29 Inlet 30 Wood- shaping tool 32 Tennis- match format 34 Sea cow 37 Expert 39 California city 42 Bedouins 44 Considers 45 Stupefaction 46 Vacationing 48 Ollie's cohort 49 DeVito sitcom 50 Send forth 53 Born QTI ||V yiDCP\O For answers to today's crossword, call O I L/l 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. Bggy y ana Fnnnat. IrK /Dm b, Univecial Pun 5 ( nd«;au WOULP VOU PLEASE &E. QOIET?. WHOAJ IT NEVER OCCURREP TO ME TO A6K POLITELV WOULP VOJ HIRE ) i/ OH WE TO CATER A < (PEFINITELV OKAY THEN, V OH, EXCELLENT.' I'LL TAKE IT RARTYFOR YOU IF I WORE THIS SUIT TO OUR; INTERVIEW ? HERE'S MY CARD.., I'LL EXPECT TO BE CATERING YOUR NEXT PARTY , "•A IO-1 Plcktes ^^^ Catty " ALL THA.T HEAVEN PA9 WHERE'S ALL SOUR STUFf, NrtTHflfO? Wl SIUFf-FREE, CflTHV f VOU'RE STILL TRflPPED IN THAT WHOLE MATERIALISTIC RAT RACE THIN6, BUT IW FREE f I 60T RIO Of CHAIRS I ^ DIDN'T SIT ON...TABLES I DIWVT USE...LA«IP5 I DIDN'T NEED...BOOKS I DIDN'T READ ...CLOTHES I DIDN'T WEAR... TVs I DIDN'T WATCH... AND ALL THE JUNK AND CLUTTER, THAT DRI\IES PEOPLE INSANE.' I RE-PRIORITIZED AND SIMPLIFIED UNTIL I &OT VH LIFE OOWWTO JUST me AMD ftW LOUED ONES f ...WELL, LOWED ONE, REALLV, 8UT tT HflS A WHOLE BUNCH OF PEOPLE INSIDE. Rex 1 PONT NEEP A SHACK,} VOLWE RIGHT, BEKHA TITO , .. 4NP WEITHEI? .' U/6'U NEVER LOSE WEIGHT TH/IT WAY.' TAKZ A KIPE OH VOUKBIKS. I'LL CALL VOU cuss/ ' WE'RE OKI ou« KMV, SERMA ... J PEEL TH/NNER AL/—*~-'

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