The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 17, 1996 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, October 17, 1996
Page 10
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B4 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1996 Fun THE SAUNA JOURNAL ^^^ r Jumble Crossword OUR CONSULTANT SUGGESTED PUTTING ATTRACTIVE WOIAEN IN BOOTH AT THE SHOCO. I REJECTED THAT IDEA IT 15 SEXIST AND DEMEANING, i HAVE A BETTER IDEA TO INCREASE TRAFFIC TO OUR WHAT'b THE DENTAL FL05S FOR? IT'5 YOUR THONG BIKINI. YOU'LL STAND IN FRONT OF OUR COMPETITOR'S BOOTH BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one leller lo each square, lo form four ordinary words BY EUGENE SHEFFER UNERP U ^^> ^ / ACROSS 1 Snapshot, for short 4 Reaction re Yorick 8 "How — Be Sure?" 12 Mathematician Lovelace 13 Incense 14 Brewery output 15 Turned 41 Occupant of 42 Across 42 Farm structure 44 Thickets 46Maitred' 50 Marseilles monarch 51 California community 52 Whims 56 Mob bigwig 57 Soprano Te Kanawa 58 Luau music-maker 59 Port en route to Casablanca 60 Coin aperture 61 Kitten's comment DOWN 1 D.C. lobby grp. 2 Rhoda's mom 3 Monta- gues' foes 4 Bristlelike appendage 5 Claiborne of fashion 6 A Baldwin brother 7 Auto style 8 Windlass 9 Fraternal fielder 10 Jodie Foster movie 11 Land in the water 16 Resort 20 Explosive sound 21 Exceptional 22 Cupid 23 Freudian concept 27 Dutch — disease 29 Garden pepper 30 Adams or Sedgwick 31 Succumbs to gravity 33 Photo line 35 French noble 38 Indeed 40 Dickens' "Little —" 43 Pop singer Stevie 45 Islanders' finger food 46 Gabrielle Chanel 47 Admitting a draft 48 Hemingway sobriquet 49 Brad, e.g. 53 Expert 54 — out a living 55 Wield a needle over 17 Survey 18 Boom times 19 NASA vessel 21 Tell 24 "— As a Stranger" 25 Exist 26 Census datum 28 Wears a rut in the rug 32 Sch. mil. Peanuts &ROKER LIKEP TO EXERCISE. PLAY FOOTBALL? TOPAf?lT'5RAININ6! IT'S POURIN6! C'MON, CHUCK IT'S NOT RAIN IN 6 THAT. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. N. ^\. ^*. J ^ ^^ ^^ J \- _fl Print answer here: (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: TRIPE MOSSY OMELET EYEFUL Solution time: 23 mlns Answer: Why the absentminded professor couldn't gel his old computer lo work - TOO LITTLE MEMORY grp- 34 In need of updating 36 Rien, across the Pyrenees 37 Montaigne DUTN XQ NU1 1BWGHCU ZITGGE GH1M NQ VTGG GHNNG! DUHN1 TBX you've JUST GOT TO FORGET WHAT YOUR MOTHER TAUGHT VOU/ 39 Cotents of Yesterday's answer 42 Across W Z T E V T N C ? U H N N I B C . Yesterday's Cryptoquip: SHOPPERS CAN AGREE THATWATER MATTRESSES WILL STILLCOMEW1TH SPRINGS. NEVER LOOK BEFORE YOU LEAP' Today's Cryptoquip clue: R 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. Hi and Lois The Lockhorns IWZIPPEP", J ,,, J TO WITH YtoU, 0K3M4JE O- 17 OT~I IK /IDCfY!) For answers to today's crossword, call O I UlVIr LLLJ f 1 -900-454-6873 (99 cents a mjnute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. "I HAD AN ACCIDENT ... FIRST THE AIRBAG EXPLODED. THEN LEROY." Born Loser R16KT- KNAD IAKN! A. RRING)SQUAD, For Better or For Worse "When the wipers are goin 1 you hafta look fast between swipes." Garlield WELL, 1 SHOULD ) HOPE SO AFTER ALL, 1 fttt THE COMPANY'S SENIOR REPAIRMAN THERE, IT'LL, 0E AS GOOD AS NEW YOU CERTAINLY KNOW WHAT YOU'RE POIN6.' VOU KNOW WHAT TO PO' WHAT'S SO ALLURIN& ABOUT PLAIN BLACK JACKETS? SEE? SEE HOW VOU'RE DRAWN CLO&ER TO TRV TO SEE THE REAL COLOR? SEE HOW WU C/W'T GET 9UITE CLOSE ENOU&H TO TELL THE DWfERENCE? THOSE AREMT BLACK. THEV'RE ALMOST- BLACK E&6PLANT... ALWOST- BLACK UfflBER... ALMOST- BLACK BLUE... THESE /IREN'T BLACK? SEE HOW A AIAN WILL BE COMPELLED TO HURL HIMSELF ACROSS THE ROOM SWASH HIS EYES WTO VOUR SHOULDER TO FI&URE OUT WHAT COLOR WRE WEARIN&? 15 THI& THE WISER ONE OK THE BLUE ONE? OUR &T IS BrtCK-f PlHASE. AT LEAST TASTE. Vt. OH, UMW ^ GOOP KtTTVf ACTOA.U-V, \'NA S LIKE IT. » PRDTAV6€. JOST OKkE UTTLJE J'/H S£1?IOU5...ALL HE HAP TO EAT LAST MIGHT VOU HAVB FOR WAS A SPIWACH SALAP^>V DIMMER? Sofvecotiovs s B4HAN Aj weN-1- Able to APPRCW MY Sfiut H/weN'-r pedpep pick MOP.R\;CJ off the

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