The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 19, 1996 · Page 18
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 18

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B8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL pt^^afmpffi^gt^eBWg^R^'MW«*»i^Sjg».'*g Jumble Crossword AT THE TPvADE 5HOLO UJHAT CAN \OU TELL fAt ABOUT PRODUCTS? OUR PRODUCTS ARE. DEFECTIVE., LIKE VOUR5ELF. I PROBABLY SHOULDN'T \ HAVE STAYED UP ALL I NIGHT SETTING UP THE BOOTH, j — J WHAT ARE YOU DOING LATER? BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble Ihese four JumbleS. one teller to each square, lo form lour ordinary words. AGDEA /• "^ ^ ^ ^ > ei9961nt«jfie MMI S«ryicM Inc Peanuts SO IT'S BEEN RAININ6 A LITTLE..WE COULP HAVE PLAYEP ANYWAY.. YOU AND i AREN'T BOTHERED BY A LITTLE RAIN, ARE WE? THREE 0 CLOCK IN TME 2 MORNIN6.ANP I'M TALKING TO A FOOTBALL.. UROCC [ X ] AHLEEX n LAISOC ^ "N ^ ^ ^ This should help keep you warm WHAT A NEW5> VENPOR UKE-S TO GET IN -soe ZERO .WEATHER. bund 37 —mo 381980s movie series 45 Mephisto- 5 pheles' forte 46 Tarkenton 6 or Drescher 7 47 Curly's 8 brother 48 Ready for 9 action 49 Green land 10 Now arrange Ihe circled lellers lo lorm the surprise answer, as suggested by Ihe above cartoon. Print answer here : [ HJ Yesterday's (Answers Monday) Jumbles: MINER PIOUS CANINE FORGOT Answer: When the workers were lardy Ihe cleaner was - STEAMING Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey f! GUESS I'P BETTER SET HOME ANP FACE THE MUSIC YOU'RE LATE AGAIN, YOU MISERABLE WORM/.' ANP IT'S ALWAVS THE SAME LOUSY LYRICS Hi and Lois WMS UGHM EVXJOBJ EBLLGOVJ QSLSUUSL WB OS HBZLGQSUSQ X HXLMXZBHX. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: HIGH-LIVING MOVIE STARS ARE COOL SINCE THEY'VE OFTEN GOT SO MANY FANS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: H equals C The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals O, it will equal 0 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 Prized DOS session 4 Do the driveway 8 Atkins or Huntley 12 Mimic 13 Thought 14 Othello's tormentor 15 U.S. soldiers 16 Audition- er's goal 17 —-Carlo Menotti 18 Annual presentation 21 Apr. addressee 22 Card game 23 Snake's place? 26 Upper limit 27 Comedian 30 Smart thing to say? 31 Tarzan's son 32 Interlaced 33 Mel of Cooperstownf 34 Branch 35 Saloon pastime Yesterday's answer 36 Kyoto cummer- 50 — pickle 51 Coaster 52 Foolish 53 Pitch DOWN 1 Infatuated 2 Grand- 11 19 20 23 scale Arizona city Gift on the 11th day of Christmas "Watership Down" author Rather Erode Prop for Groucho Barber's concern "Zounds!" Many, many, many Antenna type Grow Remark Solution time: 23 mins. 10-19 from the nursery 24 Same old thing 25 Performance 26 Oft-tattooed word 27 Moo goo gai pan pan 28"— atque vale" 29 Teut. 31 Filled in on the details 32 "Plan 9 ;,. From Outer Space" C director ' 34 Rudimentary lesson 35 Perry White's • paper 36Nolongef v ' squeaky 37 Muffler 38 Cribbage scorekeepers 39 Ellipse 40 Rickey : flavor 41 Met melody 42 Discharge 43"—Lisa" ; 44 Calendar \ quota 1 12 15 18 2 3 " PRETTY' PLEEASE, WITH <5\J<5AR ON TOP? I The Lockhorns Born Loser NOT A6A.if4 i gaJTUS. [ KKVQ41HKD WKM'5 TK6 FU55,6LK?Y5^LOTS Y6N\, BUT NOT WITH NOVGLS ON '\DEO>iTfilCjr,T!) SLEEP 51UC6 Cf PEOPLE UNWIND IN BED£Y£RY § YOU C-£CK£D"MOBY-WOCOUT FKO^ TK£ U BKf^Y! .—-r-^-fl OF K GOOD NOVEL! wmhoe&IOaol.com °'" "LEROY REALLY LIGHTS UP A ROOM ... IT MUST BE HIS NOSE." Of"! [ft yiDCr^O ' =or 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. Family Circus For Better or For Worse VJOULP LIKE-TO OUJN RABBIT CLEAN AN FOR.OR HE'LL. flggy "Oh-no! Daddy's wearin' his cook's costume!" ...i RNALLV GOT MV \NN6R CM»LD ...UNFORTONATeLS', "i P'l ' ' ) 1996, Ziggy and FiMnds. Inc.'Diit. by Universal Press Syndicate Garlield Btondle 'ROOM FOR RENT? WHAT ROOM?/ VOU'RE STAN PIN& IM IT SEE? HERE'S THE SHOE RACK IN THE UPSTAIRS CLOSET... AAY SLIPPERS ARE RISHT THERE DAISY SURE ) IS A SMART < LITTLE DOS, ISN'T SHE, PADDY ? \ ( VOU CALL THAT "' SMART, WHEN 1 HAVE TO DRAW A PICTURE TOR Pickles Cathy . cere, see. .„ &OiEUAUC CDOUP TKAVJEU OKi tWE OTWEE \CDOLP6TAV ' "PflNTS jtrtflfC 4 "SHOES, *3.60"7? VOU PAID 33.50 FORA HOO, HA! LOOK, AT THflT OME! HA, HA '.'. HA, HA! THflT'S r\ flRE THEV KIDDIN&, MOM?! HA.HAff IT l& THE HUMOR, GETS (jooo one, CATWf Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia THERE IS SOA1E CCWGESr/ON.., ) CORRECT.' 0UT ITS L005EWING UP! , tt c-w^- off our circviA- ANP YOUR. I

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