The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 7, 1996 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

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BB MONDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbert Jumble Crossword YOU'LL HEAiD OUR TECHNOLOGY ALLIANCE WITH A 5f\ALL SILICON VAUEY 5TART-UP. Peanuts CORPORATE CULTURE 15 A BIT DIFFERENT FROrA OUR5. TRY TO Bt FLEXIBLE. I'VE NEVER SEEN A I THINK I'LL PIERCED CALL YOU BRAIN TMSTER BEFORE CONSERVATIVE." BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble Iftesa four Jumblss, one lelier to each square, 16 lorm lour ordinary words. BY EUGENE SHEFFER FARE f ^\ ^ J IPEEC i TME 6ASE8ALL SEASON I50VER,ANDYOULOST EVERY 6AME..WHAT AR? YOU601N6TODONOW? IM60IN6TOLIE WERE IN THIS BEAN8A6 UNTIL NEXT THEN I'LL BURST FORTH LIKE A BIRD FROM AN E66, AND FACE THE NEW WORLD! AFTER THEV COME TO TAKE VOU AWAY, I'M 60IN6TOMOVEMYTHIN65 INTO YOUR ROOM.. VITEOM GRAFUL WHV THE PIPNT ON THE REMARKS. Now arrange the circled loners to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. TWPV Print answer here : ™EY M** ^d-* V I „ Saturday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: BRAV.O' ULAC POTENT AROUND Answer: What it takes to be a winning golfer A LOT OF DRIVE Beetle Bafley HEY/ THERS'5 NO TOILET PAPER/ I'LLSEEIFLCAN FINP SOMETHING ©1906 tiy King F««lu/ei Syndcaw. Inc. Wond ngnu ntfrvta HEV/WHAT HAPPENED TO ALL THE BULLETINS r JUST P0STEP? Hi and Lois J'W OHZ GTHG GTD WFADZ QHLDI'O VH1QCD S H L D JO O J V A C Z HO T H I W H 'O H 1 F S L . Saturday's Cryptoquip: WHY WAS THE PEDIATRICIAN ALWAYS IRRITABLE? BECAUSE HE HAD SUCH LITTLE PATIENTS. . ' Today's Cryptoquip clue: I equals R The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, 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. ACROSS 1 Detail, for short 5 Jan. and Dec. 8 Parks or Bonheur 12 Radner portrayal, Baba — 13 Send out invitations 14 Malefi- cence 15 Sheltered 16 Advice •from • Polonius, pah 1 18 Back-fence chatter 20 Became lachrymose 21 Fusses 23 Bat wood 24 Advice, part 2 28 Wickfield's clerk 31 Reverential fear 32 Carpentry tool 34 Verily 35 Jerry's old partner 37 String . around your finger 39 Old French coin 41 Advice, parts 42 Opt 45 Educated 49 Advice, part 4 51 Mirth 52 Hurler Hershiser 53 "My — Sal" 54 Where the heart is 55 Quayle's successor 56 Home for the bacon 57 Noah's passenger list DOWN 1 Booty 2 —Alto, Calif. 3 Rams' ma'ams 4 Salad selection 5 Personnel 6 Ending for "verb" 7 Revue segment 8 Use anew 9 Business expense 10 Paddock pop 11 "When I was —..." 17 Wonder- Solution time: 26 min. Saturday's answer 10-7 1 11! 15 1B i! 3 land party ( fare 19 Pedestal • occupant 22 Hills of Rome, by number 24 Spoiled 25 Have bills 26 Early member of the "60 Minutes" team 27 In the slightest , 29 Peacock- tail design 30 Apiece 33 Piece of Italian bread? 36 Bean 380 40 Exploit 42 Plumbing problem 43 Ticker-tape •. parade honoree 44 Work units 46 Fluores- '. cence 47 Blood: prefix ' 48 Ball- bearing items 50 Cudgel CHIP, WE WANT" A LITTLE, UM, COULP vbu WATCH TPIXIE' The Lockhor ns Born Loser wmhoestGaol.con^ "16 THAT THE CEREAL OR VOUR HEAD?" O~n IIV /IDd~Y? For answers to today's crossword, call O I \J\ Vlr CLJ : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on : touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. THIS EOfAMTlCT DO YOU I WKKT6D TO TO 6Xf\CTLY KS 'i: WC'P£ DOISiCs Family Circus THe WORST ThA»K<5 ABOUT TO sen He^e AIPT ous \rusebib u ^ Ui FOP Better OP FOP Worse SH& GOBS To F\ E6l ,SHE SWIMS DON r TALK is eu zaseiB FoK/^l WHILH SH&'S fl LiTTu DEPRESSED. GCOP HOME fl NICE. l,Soco FflMILy NICE. FRIENDS... "Maybe I'll be put in the gifted class now. Saturday was my birthday, and, man, Btondie was ' giftecl! " GarfieU OH WOW/ My COLP'S SOME / I CAN BREATHE ASAIN/.' HOW LON6 HAS VOUR HEAP 06EN 6TUPPEP UP LIKE THAT? IP JUS' HABBENED MR. ARBUCKL£,THI5 IS THE "HAPPV PAV-PATING SERVICE WELL ( vV£ FINALLV FOUNP <VOO A PATE SUBJECT, OF COUR6E, TO HER PAROLE HEARINCr aovou HflVE BREAKUP SCENE WITH NATHAN VET, CATHH T THERE WON'T BE A SCENE CHARLENE. 1A)E ONLV HAD THREE DATES' wue KrJOWM HIM FOR AMOMTH. THERE'LL BE A SCENE. NOT AFTER THREE DATESf VOU HAVE TO HAVE SIX DATES BEFORE IT WARRANTS A SCENE. UNLESS VOU'VE PASSED THE ONE-/MONTH IYIARK. EVERV DfH PAST ONE NECESSITATES /MORE Of A SC6NE r EACH SECOND THAT GOES #/ WITHOUT BREAKUP MEANS THERE'LL BE f\ eiOfrER 5CEWE .'! NATHAN, ITS CflTHVf Am I IRRESISTIBLE, OR WHAT? SEE IMMEOWTEWf Rex Morgan, M.D. AFTEK B6RNAS NISHr CLASS, SHE CALLS r/ro H/S STUPfO. PONE WITH MY THOUGHT I'D : OK A /MINUTE/ A ume TIREP FROM WORKING OUT/ OKAY..-I'LL OHIY '» l> the.MORNWQ- I'LL Revi$if ^—^ IIX+ CDO<-IA1 Cn^L^u it. _ ' hX.."'> HAYee I'LL HAVE ON if- I Hipe it-

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