The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 15, 1996 · Page 18
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B8 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbert IF iGU v'LMvi TO HAVE A BOOTH AT THE TRADE SHOW, YOU NEED THE "OOGBE.W TRADE-5MOUJ CONSULTING COMPANY" TO DESIGN IT I RtCOrAMENO THE DtLOXE BOOTH. ITS GUARANTIED TO GENERATE THE rAOST REVENUE. HOU) WOULD TV\e DELUXE A BOOTH 6ENERME f-\ORE REVE NUE FOR, rAY COMPANY? OH, SUDDENLV THIS 15 MJOUT YOUR Peanuts I5N'TTMI5 6REAT,CMUCK? TMI5 IS REAL SPORT!TMI5 15 REAL FOOTBALL I WHERE 5 MY 006? THERE'S 'HOW SHOULD I KNOW? I CAMT SEE A THING.. WORE 5ITTIN6 ON HIM! Beetle Bailey WHAT'5 THIS? \ WE WERE ON A SILL FOR OFFICIAL LUNCH AT / BUSINESS LE MAISON?' yy 1 "^. ID-IS BUT THAT'S THE MOST EXPENSIVE PLACE IN TOWN// VOU PON'T SEEM TO UNPERSTANt? WE WEREN'T PAYIM& FOR IT Hi and Lois Born Loser l'V£ GIV6N UP HOPING THAT /AY I JC6T HOP5 TKM /AY MIGHTfAKReSDOM'T 1 For Better or For Worse ($WH! Garfield Jumble Crossword BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter lo each square, to form lour ordinnry words ORNED /" > v J r ^\ s / ^*\ \ / C1996 TnrjuneMwtl Service) Ire YOWLL t RETAIW J'" "% r > r ~> UNEAVE /• ^ ^ f i, f > v / Harry never missed a stop WHY THE CONPUCTOR WON THE ACHIEVEMENT AWAER ^^••j!5.rrm-"r Now arrange the circled letters lo form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above carloon. I/ Si/ SJ" SI/ jk. Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: CRACK FEINT OUTCRY AUBURN Answer: A young geologist often laces this - Cryptoquip A "ROCKY' FUTURE X P Q X F S P Q Z U J G C B F KQJJUJ KCSJU CBJ P N B F X F W X F 1' Z H Z N F G KCSJU N E Z F J C I' X F W . Yesterday's Cryptoquip: DO YOU KNOW WHY THE LIFEGUARD GOT FIRED? HE KEPT PEOPLE WADING TOO LONG. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Q equals H 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 Daytime TV offering 5 Missile shelter 9 Kipling lad 12 "Bus Stop" author 13 Green acres 14 Dockworkers' org. 15 Vodka concoction 17 Canine forename IBM's best worker 19 Heat- resistant glass 21 Not merely prompt 24 Firenze farewell 25 Malarial symptom 26 "Double 'ndemnity" star 30 Distress call 31 Wield a roller 32 Pub potation 33 Captivate 35 Cavort 36 Near-meter 37 Dickinson output 38 Annual visitor 40 Satyr's counterpart 42 Sch. org. 43 Kahlua concoction 48 "What Kind of Fool — ?" 49 Musical Home 50 "Topaz" author 51 Aviv preceder 52 Basin accessory 53 Senate employee DOWN 1 Family member 2 Indivisible 3 Khan title 4 Little rock 5 Spotted 6 Really mad 7 Gossip columnist Smith 8 A couple of cups 9 Champagne concoction 10 "Would — to you?" 11 He has a de-tailed description 16 Clark of Solution time: 24 mlns. Yesterday's answer 10-15 "Hee Haw" 20 Deviate off course 21 Facility 22 Literary conflict 23 Scotch concoction 24 Bamboo, e.g. 26 Chopin's love 27 First X? 28 Nontalka- tive one 29 Piano lineup 31 Short allegory 34 Stoolie 35 Settle an account 37 Deposit 33 Lovers' quarrel 39 Where not to throw bouquets 40 Suitable 41 Place of worship? 44 Churchil- lean creditors 45 La-la lead-in 46 Peruke 47 Simple sugar The Lockhorns wmhoostOaol-Com "IT'S A CLASS-ACTION SUIT FROM EVERYONE WHO'S EVER EATEN HERE." OTI IIV /|DCnV5 ' r ° r answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vlr C.LJ 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. Family Circus Ziggy &lV SHOULDN'T UICK TO ..^ _. - MJ-.YT WOULDN'T Be ^^ TO eveRVo^e eise wwo-q ^nwa w uyero DO IT FOR ^, ' 1996. Ziggy and Filends, Inc 'Oisl. by Universal Press Syndicate 10-15 <£>1Q96 Q'l Keane. Inc Oisl by Cowl* s Sync) . Inc "How do you spell that? Okay...'B'... Wait — how do you make a 'B'?" Blondie GARFlELP, IT'6 TIME VOU REALLV GOT TOUGH WITH THOSE mice, i VIPEO OAAAE.S FOR A WEEK.' YOU ^'C VES, MO I EXPECT fAUST'VE JMORE OF THE SAME THIS AFTERNOON QUITE A MORNING Pickles Cathy FOR WOmE/0 WHO ARE SICK OF TEETERINfr /IROUNO IN GHOPPV LITTLE SUITS flND TOE-CRUSHING PU/MP5, FflLL FflSHION IS flLL GOOD NEUJ&.M SHOES /IRE LOW flND CHUNKH /1ND EUERV PIECE OF CLOTHINO HflS SEEM RE- PROPORTIONED FOR fl LON& LEflN SLEEK, SWEWV LOOK.' IN ' OTHER WORDS GOOOBVE, STILETTO HEELf HELLO, STILETTO BOM! FOR EUEM BETTER NEWS, A FUO&E SHOP JU&T OPENED IN THE FOOD COURT. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia

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