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

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 14, 1996
Page 14
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B8 MONDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dtfcept Jumble VIA PUTTING IN CHAK&L OF DEVELOPING OUR LbOOTU FOR THE BIG TRADE ,\ C^ej^Ja IV I PICKED VOU BECAUSE THE. ^ALES IN THE DEPKRTMLNT HAVE. DISQUALIFIED THEMSELVES THROUGH A PROCESS OF STRATEGIC IOHM IS STRATEGIC INCOMPETENCE? I HA.D THAT WRITTEN DOWN SOrAE PLNCt.OUT I LOST IT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Peanuts U)I4AT'S ME /ITS RAIN1NJ6 50 DOING IN / I THOUGHT HE HERE 7 MI6HT PREFER TO EAT INPOORS.. I'M SUPP05EP TO EAT AT THE SAME TABLE WITH A DOS? THIS I5MV0READ PLATE..WURBREAP PLATE 15 THE ONE ON THE LEFT.. Unscramble these lour ono loilnr lo uacri squ; lour orilin.uv wi/nls RACCK '-'"..''.- ^ ^ .,•••• ',•.^•^7 -'• TIFEN f ^x V J ^ > v > COYTUR /" "Xj ^ s f >, V -^ UNBRAU f "N, S ^ Answer .•A' ^" A, V > Jumbles, ro. 10 lorm ^ ^ ' > s / ^ >^ ^ V f > s / n: These form will onlicjhlr w5i ^^ ?^-^ ; '^ •"' ons There's " v " u so much lo ^ ^- learn \ ' •, - i_^j u ^ '"^ ^~*^-. H ' G-EOLOCM^T OFTEN FACE6 THI-r>. Now arrange Iho circled letle lorm the surprise answer, as gesled by Ihe above cartoon ^ >k >tv J L > :m: rs to sug- V > (Answers tomorrow) SORRY TRULY CHORUS AWHILE When ho robbed Iho box ollicc. Irie actor STOLE THE SHOW Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey AG 1GO ZPGC CV! QVVV .R T Y W M O 1 ; B A M G Q Y T B W A ? V W Z W K Q K W G K K W C F A T P M Q G G R G P M . Saturday's Cryptoquip:A TAILOR SIMPLY LIKED TO REMIND PATRONS: "I TAKE MEASURES TO SUIT YOU." Today's Cryptoquip clue: M equals G 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. MEN,WE MUST 5E REAPY TO 6OTO THE HOT SPOTS ANVWHERE IN THE WORLP ANP PUT OUT THE FIRES. and Lois The Lockhorns WbNPER IF FRAr^ LLOYP Wf^isHr STARTUP our LIKE THUS?" A _ i LEROY HASN'T SLOWED DOWN. HE'S STOPPED f^-f^f^^^f^' ^r y Bonn Loser *""•* TT DC:Ail-TrA£ WOKKOM K£'M5W 5TePMWKDPL£ ~ KODUKT: —-7 -s I y BUT JUST LET - ., n . ^ 50fA£TKiNG> oo Family Circus •fcgJg^- Jg ^ I t For Better or For Worse I. Ml PI I I HAxteMT" fiePM . c to-SO.CO( 'TH56KXJNDWOQ; |OV6^5££5M£6 JAMDPfJODUGTIOH, - ™ c 14HOL6 A SCOP FfllEMD IS SOME ONE WHO LISTENS flFfeR THEV SO -SO, CONN IE. My MOM'S NOT \A)EU_, SOME OF us OFF ^ WORK - \ \ MCOPS flRE \ \ GarfieW "When I have kids, I'm not gonna change diapers. I'll let the daddy do it." Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Walt Kelly's possum 5 Figure head: abbr. 8 Weirs 12 Unbreakable 14 Send out 15 Career hit leader 16 "Damn Yankees" vamp 17 Clump 18 Friend 20 Polite title 23 Cover in dirt 24"— a Little Prayer" 25 Lauds 28 Disencumber 29 Southern side dish 30 Through 32 Credit 34 Pickle flavor 35 Hayseed 36 Chops down 37 Minnesota mining range 40 Opp. of neg. 41 Labyrinth goal 42 French- American soprano 47 Spiked club 48 "The Messiah," e.g. 49 Gen. Bradley of WWII 50 Marshy area 51 Lofty DOWN 1 "Great Expecta- tions" hero 2 Raw rocks 3 Comprehended 4 Street sign 5 Lummox 6 —de deux 7 Enough 8 Holdups 9 Beyond control 10 Marathon fraction 11 Luminary 13 Pull an all- nighter 19"QBVII" author 20 Russian space Solution time: 25 mln. Saturday's answer 10-14 station 21 One side of the Urals 22 Father figures 23 Grease one's palm 25 Bering Sea island group 26 Bad 27 Ledge 29 Food, in slang 31 Capp and Capone 33 Meteorite memento 34 Tyrannical ruler 36 Four-time Indy 500 champ 37 Note from the boss 38 Checkup 39 Director Vittorio de — 40 Blueprint 43 Dander 44 Man- mouse link 45 Zero 46 The sun 37 41 47 49 38 OT~| ||V /|DCP\O For a nswers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vll CL/ 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. en? ...HOW WRONG? V^ '^1996, ZiMy and Fc.endB. IncJDisl. b( UnreslMl PieM SyndicalB CATCH A MOUSE, OR 900 PON'T GET PINNER VOU PIPN'T U6E THE MAGIC WORP5 UiUAfc\E€> IT SURE IS NICE OF YOU TO TAKE CARE ARE YOU SURE BLONDIE I'LL KNOWS THAT YOU'RE rSAY SHE BRINGING ME HOfAE FOR DINNER* WE ARGUED ABOUT IT ALL LAST EVENING ' OF ME WHILE CORA'S OUT OF TOWN Cathy PLEflSE (JUIT WEEP- IN&, mom. IT'S OUER. MOU WOULD HflVE mflDE SUCH rt BEAUTIFUL COUPLE r 1QUIT WEEPIN&. VOU CflM QUIT WEEPING, HE NEVER G/WE SOU A CHANGE (f HOW HAPPV COULD HE PO&- ^ SI8LV BE WITHOUT mE ?? THERE'S STILL HOPE f VOU TflUGHT /HE THAT f THERE'S ALWAV& HOPE If VOU LOOK IM THE R(6HT PLACE '.'. DRESS HER FOR 30HN-30HM ON THE REBOUND f! GET IN LINE WITH flLL THE OTHER MOTHERS. Rex Morgan, M.D. S^1!^^r L l^«^rfc P TbO SOON! Sylvia

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