The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 3, 1996 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, October 3, 1996
Page 10
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B4 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1996 Fun THE SAUNA JOURNAL X ri- 'h ^ Gilbert Jumble Crossword I NEED TO DOCUMENT VOUR JOB PROCESSES TO SATISFY OUR ISO 9000 REQUIREMENTS. I TRV TO ANTICIPATE THE SHIFTING POLITICAL COINDS. THEN I WRAP W5ELF IN THE RELEVANT BUZZCOOW5S AND TRY TO ACHIEVE IMPORTANCE WITHOUT ADDING VALUE. WHAT'S YOUR JOB TITLE? DIRECTOR OF 150 9000 QUALITY PROCESS DESIGN. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter lo each square, to form four ordinary words. USTIE r^ ^ J f ^\ S, / 0)996 Trtltw Utdl SfrvfcH. Inc *l flight! Peanuts COME ON, CHARLIE BROWN..THE GAME 15 STARTING..,YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO 0E PITCHING.. I CAN T PITCH KNOWING THAT LUCY I5INRI6HTFIELP! SHE S OUT THERE JUST WAITING TO DO SOMETHING STUPID! SHE DRIVES ME CRAZY 10-3 YOU A DRINK OF WATER.. I KNOLO SHE 5 OUT 1 THERE! I CAN'T / LOOK! SHE'S OUT (JMERE,ISN'T 5HEJ. SOI NY r ^\ v, ^ TEEBLE r > ^ y i*" ~> ^ j DIMROB n ^> >^ j 7> V J HOW THE VOUN6 &ANKER VIEWEP THE PEACH -5CENE, Answer here: WITH "£] Now arrange the circled letters lo form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. I) JLL Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumblos: MUSIC GRAIN POLICY SECOND Answer: She hoped her bread would do Ihls In the contest - RISE TO THE OCCASION Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey T THOUGHT THAT OLP SEAT FROM A FIGHTER PLANE WOULP MAKE A 6OOP , —~ VISITOR'S CHAIR f? A < y '± Hi and Lois GQIGNJ YNMSY NJ Y S F P F Q R , T A M G U S T Q F Y II P I NAM. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: PLACARD IN A BUTCHEK SHOP ADVISES ALL CUSTOMKUS: NliVKR A BUM STEER. Today's Cryptoquip clue: T 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. I LOVE THE UNIFORMS.' I LOVE THE STITCHES The Lockhorns Born Loser IT'S NOT WORWNG, BPUT05 ! ON COWN ! •<\ r "LET THE DOCTOR EXAMINE HER, LEROY. NO NEED FOR YOU TO DO 60." GarfieW Btondfe "Erin wasn't doin' so hot in first grade, so Mrs. Clarke transformed her back to kindergarten." consonant 41 Spume 43 Vampire's daytime location 47 Melody ACROSS 1 Emphatic assent, in Essen S Musical phrase 9 "Delicious!" 48 TV's "— 12 Book after Live' Joel 13 Notion 14 Acapulco gold 15 TV's"— Lives" 17 Actor Tognazzi 18 State 1 Actress Pinkett Restless" 10 Desire 11 Othello, e.g. 16 "Mined- over" matter 20 Lennon's lady 22 TV's "— 51 Poorly 52 Showgirl "At the Copa" 53 Harrow's rival 54 Embarrassed 55 Green 19 Lost cause acres 21 Away from 56 Excep- NW tional 22lnaccom- DOWN paniment 24 Protrudes 27 Winter ailment 28 Feed-bag fill 31 Kind of tree 32 Another kind of tree 33 New Deal org. 34 Earth's heirs 36 Pump up the volume 37 Crucial time Yesterday's answer 38 Humorous 40 Greek BY EUGENE SHEFFER 2 Part of a Children" Latin I trio 23 Oatmeal 3 Pleasures spoiler 4 Rate 24 Predica- 5 Gap ment 6 Berlin's 25 Exploita- "What'll tion — ?" 26 "As — Turns" 27 Exploit 7 Fire (Fr.) 8 North Dakota city 29 La-la lead-in 9"The—the 30 For Solution time: 22 mlns. example 35 Do-it- yourselfer's buy 37 Inexperienced golfer 39 Oar fulcrum 40 Miss Piggy, self- referentially 41 Equitable 42 Incense 43 Family 44 Greek cheese 45 "Believe — Not!" 46 End of a Christie title 49 Postal Creed word 10 ' 3 SOYalie H6GOTTIKPOF Family Circus For Better or For Worse IS IT OK IF SHAUJMfi- SHE-IS 80 COOL.Llll HAD SUCH flN AWESOME UMBTrilS, SUMMER/ ... I SHOULP GO TO MY PUPiCE. AFTER MARI& COMES ALONG? SHE flN' I. SCHOOL, PAWN? HER HflS P REftU STOCK -flN' HE. RACES QT1 IK /IDCPVO For answers to today's crossword, call O I U Vlr C.U 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. flggy 0199B. Ziggy and Frundt. Inc./Oisl. by Universal Preti Syndtcmli G PO HAV/e A COLOR TV !l iS IS A BlACK-AND-WHVT<£ CARTOON IV THERE'S A CAT IN THE NEI&HBORHOOP.' QUICK/ HIPE IN MV MOOTH.' WHERE 16 THE TRUST? WHERE IS THE TRUST?/ c PROVINS, ONCE ASAIN.TWAT MAN \S INFINITELY-SMARTER THAN INSECT.',_^- Pickles Cathy I& YOU'RE UP 6A6V". \T6 A 1938 COKAEDV WVTW CARV 6.V2AKfT VV6L-1 NEVER €&&4 LOOK /n THIS Be/urn r ^ pewTium-zoo PROCESSOR USITH fl 2&I& HrtRD DISK... 3ZA1B OF EDO RAW 4MD ESbKOf CflCHe.,.IZ86lT GRAPHICS ACCELERATOR CflRD ...ISDN WOD6M.../)MDRe- CO««)A8Le CD-ROM DRIUEf WOK AT THIS BE/JUTS ( SLEEK, NflRROW-LE& PflNTS .... BELTED, OPEN- NECK JERSEY TOP... SENSUOUS SUEDE FWTS...C/IS- CflOMfr HAIR...SULTRV CHflRCOflL EVELIDS WITH 6RON2E tflSHES.' Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia SHOULD H/WE 60HEN THE <?UICK-TI(HE VR PLU&-IN. SHOULD HflUE GOTTEN THE LIP LINER. O,..HOW WMS /OUR WITH UWA HOPING a/ THE ENP OF £ WEZKSHE'U KEMEM&EK SHE -MUST HAVE ~ TVKEEPIFt. . NAMES TOpAVf piu-s -Hie Ho Hog.6 cooK/NO..yeS.' OUJ- A L'ltie ftyRBiy, *™j Dip N. vow onWc t

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