The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 16, 1996 · Page 14
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 14

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 16, 1996
Page 14
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B4 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL «aSSWS8SBWasW8!?W!»«W^ &OOTH AT THE. SHOW AAU5T BE. SEVERAL OPTIONS i. MGIC TRICKS a. SPECINL EFFECTS 3. RAFFLES H. BOOTH FOR THE. &EST RESULT, COrAGINE ML FOUR: CREATE. THE ILLUSION THM VOU'RE BAFFLING OFF THE BOOTH BABES . Peanuts COME ON OUT, MARGIE..l'T'5 A 6REAT DM FOR FOOTBALL! ITS A TERRIBLE DAY FOR FOOTBALL,SIR!I'M 60IN6 TO STAY IN, AND WORK ON MY BOOK REPORT.. /TUB FRESH AIR WOULD DO YOU 600P! Beetle Bailey Hi and Lois PITTO l<SH UP . IN THAT TUBE/ Born Loser HOLO, CKEOIT CAPD CUSTCME-K. 56KVIC£ ? THIS 15 GLNX5 V^"^^V 7 THOKMf\PPl£... L V6P.Y WELL, OK, NO, NDTHIN6 U KG THM... TH6 KUIA5EK5 KNVE-WOKHOFF TH6 FPOMTOF For Better or For Worse •ECGAK MlSHTj I HURT HIM)!! *~* Jumble BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscraml>iu those lorn Jumblos. one lollof lu orich square, lo form PERIT r V -/ s~ ^\ ^ s f ^\ ^ J YOMSS ^ ^\ s_ ^ r "\ \ / TOMELE ' -\ \ / s ~\ ^ J YUFEEL /" "\ »v j /" >, V -/ * ^ "\ \ / f ^\ \ / S" "\ •^ J Why ran'l I linfl the report'' WHY THE AU-pENT- MINPEP PROFEe-^OR COULPN'T GET HI-5 OLP COMPUTER TO WORK. Now arrange Ihe circled lollors to lorm Ihe surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. r^ ,/Tv */T^ ^k. ^v >t^. >4 K. vK. >^ ^v _^^_ >^ ^ (Answers lomorrow) DRONE LOWLY WAITER AVENUE Why Ihe conductor won Ihe achievement award - HE WAS WELL-"THAIN-ED" Cryptoquip I'YLAATFP VMR MJFTT C Y M C QMCTF IMCC! ; TPPTP QWDD PCWDD VLIT Q W C Y P A F W R J P . Yesterday's Cryptoquip: I THINK THOSE DARN CHEESE CAKES ARETURNING INTO POUND CAKES UPON EATING. Today's Cryptoquip clue: A equals P The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, 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 "BETWEEN THE INCOME AND THE OUTGO, WE'RE SOMEWHERE IN THE MIDDLE." Family Circus IO-I6 'OU90 Oil K.ane Out at Syno.. Inc "Have you and Mommy decided which college I'll be workin' M „ my way through?" Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS power • 2 Bread 1 Massachu- 43 Tackles' spread setts cape teammates 3 Cherished 4 Very eager 44 Affront, 4 School 8 Luxurious in slapg subject 12 Milwaukee 46 Hindu involved product prince with abc's? 13Stromboli 50 Small rec- 5 Guy's (angular companion suitcase 6 Eventual 55 Sapporo aves sash 7 Peregri- 56 Count's nates counterpart 8 With 57 Dumb- 9 Down, founds concluded 581000m 9 See 8 59 Speck Down 60 Evergreens 10 — Paulo, 61 Serpentine Brazil swimmer 11 "Ben-—" DOWN 17 Sort 1 Moolah 19 Despon- Solutlon time: 28 mlns. spillover 14Waikiki wingding 15 Overwhelming quantity 16 Arena battler 18 Chariot puller 20 Crafty 21 Swedish pop quartet 24 Sandra's "Speed" co-star 28 Dressy clothes 32 Membership payment 33 Lubricate 34 First name of '49 Down 36 Haley's "Oz" costume 37 Went like the wind? 39 Garden favorite 41 Watt's Yesterday's answer 10-16 dent 22 "Kabooml" 23 Spry 25 Gridlock component 26 Simon or Diamond 27 Org. for 28 Down 28 Sailors 29 Rhythmic cadence 30 Sheltered 31 Ollie's pal 35 Speech 38 Move like a duck 40 "This — stickupl" 42 Wrong: prefix 45 Command to Fido 47 Monologue bit 48 Rose's lover 49 News- making law professor 50 Jewel 51 "The 7 Faces of Dr. -" 52 Museum stuff 53 Pay with plastic 54 Fresh 1 VI 15 18 2 3 Of! IK yiDCr^O For answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vll 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. aggy i PACK UP AAV TROUBLES ..?r 01996. Ziflgy and Frt»nd». Inc./Dm. by Unlvona) Preu Syndtcal* I L.OV6 A ^A SREAT RACE? SREAT RACE IN ^—^>- TME MIDDLE OF) v THE NISMT £S YES.., FIRST I EAT THIS PIZZA WITH THE SAUSAGE, ANCHOVIES, ONIONS AND JALAPENO PEPPERS ON IT THEN I * TAKE THIS ANTACID,., AND THE RACE IS WHAT-5 THE MATTER? /VW WIFE. WCKE.P /V\£ OUT OF THE HOLE WELL,I ATE THI5 GARLIC BULB,ANP.. THEN'RE STRETCHflSLE f VERSflTlLEf /IND. BEST OF /u FALL FflSHIOM LIKE HEflD-TO-TOE SKINMV KNIT SWEflTER DRESSINfr ? 5KINAN KMITTEO PflNT&.. SLIM KNITTED SWEffTERS SLIMKV KNITTED COATS.. SVELTE KNITTED SKIRTS. PflCKflBLE /IND OF- ( PRECISELY. flND IF VOU FIND SOWEPL/ICE WHERE BflSOV STILL IN, CflLL COLLECT! Rex Morgan, M.B. Bo6 Poll's Fer/AUe PE.oBLeH ITS JUST AU IP£A, JUUE.' T NO...I THWK IT SOUKIPS "BEPSIPE /MANOR* H/IS ,4 NICE R/NS TO /T,' WHAT WILL WE CALL OUR MEW HO/VIE? we CAN WAIT IF you

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