The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 11, 1996 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Friday, October 11, 1996
Page 14
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B4 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL THE STATUS OF OUR STRATEGIC ALLUNCt IS "DOOMED." OUR PONOEROOS AND INEFFICIENT MANAGEMENT 5TVLE CAUSED THEIR OE5T PEOPLE TO QUIT A.ND CREATE A COnPEJlNG WE rAUST FIND A 6JAY TO DESTROY THAT NEW COMPANY -»^__ ILL 5EE IF THEY'RE. INTERESTED IN A STRATEGIC ALLIANCL. Peanuts SHOULD WRITE A "PA6E TURNER" WRITE A BOOK THAT WILL "5WEEP BOOKSELLERS OFF THEIR FEET" IO-K YOU SHOULP WRITE A BOOK THAT 15 "POWERFUL, YETHEARTIOARMIN6. 1 " Beetle Bailey IMHAVIN6 TROUBLE WITH THE FIRST SENTENCE.. WHAT MAKES YOU THINK YOU'LL EVER BEAT ME AT HANPBALL, BEETLE? I'VE GOT A NEW OUTFIT Hi and Lois Born Loser IK SOKKY, SIR. THAT I5 MA LNLI5T5D NUfAeeR. l TKKT IHFOKMATION. I'LL JUST LOOK. IT OPIMTH6PKONC For Better or For Worse WflNTA NOSE f?lNG, MISS EPlAjflKDS. I JUST WflNNfl CHANGE- SOM£TrilNS ( TROUBLE is I DON'T KNOW OH, MM -1 CftH'r WflIT tiL M W fiOOm flPULTS DON'T GET CONFUSED LiKElHisiiHE 1 / PON'T HflVe. SO MflNV PROBLEMS i THEY HAVE LIFE Garfield SH£ ONLV HAP TO BE SEPATEP TWICE WELL, I HAP A PRETTY GOOV TIME WITH RUBV TONIGHT BUT If WAS HARP TO SLOW PANCE WITH THAT PART IN HER NECK Pickles THAT'S JUST A LITTLE MORE THAN I WANTEP TO KNOW . THE. VOORK \€> KEAli-Y ?UV£VCA.U I COME HOME EVER* N16VVT YOU WAKH" TO TALK AfeOUT SOR£? JG€>T ^4 Rex Morgan, M.D. Jumble BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one lelter lo each square, to form four ordinary words. POCAN L~" k > r ~\ ^ V Ol9» Tneuni Mltta S«nnc«. Ire qriu Rmrved MUHID [ J FALOFY r ^\ r ~\ BLAVER s ^ r ^\ Now arrange Ihe circled letters lo form the surprise answer, as suggested by Ihe above cartoon. Print answer »er 8 : A fTTl T ^ TE CUII] (Answers lomorrow) Yesterday's I J" m bl8s: SWOOP LIMBO BUSHEL TORRID I Answer: What the judge wanted to hear In the record case - BOTH SIDES Cryptoquip ISNJU XI. YTNCJ ORl'U IN JOUUM XYDJ; ISUD M L U V U L IN V R T S I P C K T S I J . Yesterday's Cryptoquip: NOW I CAN OlTiiN HEAR SOME DEAD FLOWER DESCRIBED AS THAT LATE BLOOMER. Today's Cryptoquip clue: P equals K 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. The Lockhorns "MAKE 60RE THEY DO INSIDE YOUR EAR6." Family Circus "Mommy said you're playing phone tag with Mr. D'Angelo. Can we play, too?" Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Derek and Diddley 4 "...baked in—" 8 Parlor piece 12 Chow down 13 Vientiane's land 14 Opposite of "sans" 15 Batting ploy 17 Abound 18Yuletide refrain 19 Nightingale, e.g. 20 Deep olive green 22 Cupid's forte 24 MacGraw etal. 25 No pop-up, this 29 Madison's state: abbr. 30 Reception room 31 Jima preceder 32 Nolan Ryan stat 34 Prior nights 35 Union jack? 36 Obey reveille 37 #3 wood golf club 40 Unrepaired 41 Stereo hookup 42 Summary of the game 46 Low-pH 47 Between jobs 48 Dale's mister 49 Feline, to Francisco 50 Borscht base 51 Envision DOWN 1 Founda- 8 9 10 11 16 19 tion Scull prop Mullins' courier Veep Barkley One of the Apostles Charged bit Part of "i.e." First seen by Galileo Finished Docs' due Peak "Anything It may be a proper subject Solution time: 26 mins. Yesterday's answer 10-11 20 Tennis milieu 21 Hodgepodge 22 Van Gogh's "Bedroom at—" 23 Othello was one 25 D.C. scandal suffix 26 Factors 27 Lambs' dams 28 American Beauty e.g. 30 Amaze 33 "My Cup Runneth Over" musical 34 Actor Bogosian 36 Plus 37 Carpet with a long thick nap 38 Type size 39 "What —?" 40 Wheelbase terminus 42 Tucker's partner 43 Keatsian work 44 Caviar 45 Ogle 1 12 15 2 3 4 / 9 10 11 37 41 46 49 38 39 QTI IIV/IDCTfY? For answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr CL-/ : 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 EMHPVEES MOSTWASH BEHiND EARS'. THE CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF MV FIRM.' Cathy MET IRWIN&. 80U&HT TWO DRESSES, FOUR JflCKETS flNO THREE PfllRS Of SHOES. BROKE UP WITH IRVIN&. &OT RIO OF FOUR SKIRTS, TWO BIOU&ES AND A PURSE. MET ALEX. BOUGHT SIX SWEAT- SUITS AND AN EVENIN& GOWN. BROKE UP WITH ALEX. 60T RIO OF THREE PAIRS OF PANTS ANO A HAT. MET NATHAN. BOU&HT TWO BLAIERS, A SKIRT AND TWO PAIRS OF BOOTS. BROKE UP WITH NA THAN. SOT RID OF SIX DRESSES Sylvia / SOfflE WOfflEN HEAR VIOLINS, I SEE BA&S y OF CLOTHES /HOUIN& |M AND OUT OF THE HOUSE /MV FAVORITE J I'M F/KI/SH STUPENT PO/NG? / TOMGHT SO OF SCHOOL, J THINK &KAIU HAS ATROPHIEP! BEFORE IT FKEEZES SOUP... THESES 5CVMETWIWG J IV/4WT you TO LOO*C

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