The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 21, 1996 · Page 16
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 16

Salina, Kansas
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Monday, October 21, 1996
Page 16
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•8 MONDAY, OCTOBER 21,1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL" Mum Jumble Crossword OH THE SURFACE, YOU SEErA TO fAA^E SOfAE GOOD POINTS A&OUT TECHNOLOGY... ; i: 10 BUT VOUR ADDRESS REVEALS YOUR NEW5IE IDENTITY. YOU'RE PROBMJLY A GOW HERDER OR A CARTOONIST. HOW DOES IT FEEL TO BE A*N ELITIST j TECHNOLOGY BIGOT? PREFER TO THINK OF WSELF N5 A, TECHNOLOGY "HWE." BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble thase lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words. NIKKY y "^ f ^\ ^ j 01996 Tnburw Mtdl Services, Inc M Righa R«flrvad ETTIL Peanuts THIS 15 MY REPORT ON WALTER DIEMER, THE MAN UJHO INVENTED BUBBLE 6UM. OBVIOUSLY, WE ARE ALL GRATEFUL TO HIM.. AUPIO VISUAL, MA'AM.. I'VE SEEN TW/S MOVIE. THE SUV WHO FINPS THE TREASURE GETS IT IN THE ENP WRONG.'THE GUY WHO GIVES AWAY THE ENPING GETS IT IN THE ENP/ RITHEE IJ MOCNOM WHV PIPNT ANSWER THE PHONE,. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer hero : »J| f I H Q Saturday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: ADAGE OCCUR EXHALE SOCIAL Answer: What a news vendor likes to get in sub zero weather-COLD CASH Cryptoquip HI and Lois ZXQ YXQUE NKOQC FDNF FDC ECAFWHF'H XIIWYC WH FKQUZ N IWUUWAO HFNFWXA. Saturday's Cryptoquip: THE RICH PLAYBOY POSSIBLY DESERVES TO BE CONSIDERED A CASHANOVA. Today's Cryptoquip clue: I eqiials F The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter Stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it will equal O thrbughout 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 Mil. woman 4 Fathered 9 Exemplar of patience 12 Swelled head 13 Sheer linen 14 "When Will — Loved?" 15 Jazzy samba 17 Heavy weight 18 The time of your life 19 Walking on air 21 Acer members 24 Withered 25 Actress Gardner 26 Chem. or bot. 28 Showed again 31 Mick dagger's lack? 33 — shoestring 35 Competent 36 Llamas' territory 38 Elsie's upbringing? 40"—Lazy River" 41 Oklahoma city 43 Quested 45 Table- tennis ' need 47 Youngster 48 Gorilla 49 German folk dance 54 Baton Rouge sch. 55 Outfielder's excuse 56 In full bloom 57 Superman foe Luthor 58 Relaxed 59 Arthur or Lillie Solution time: 27 mln. BY EUGENE SHEFFEFt 20 Geometry * find I 21 Baby doll's call 22 Shakespeare's waterway 23 Ballet partnership 27 Letterhead : abbr. Saturday's answer DOWN 1 Computer network 2 Past 3 Romaine 4 Aspects 5 "Rhinoceros" writer 6 Hope- Crosby "Road" destination 7 Pole staff? 29 Xanadu's 8 Casino river employee 30 Undiluted 91940s 32 Transmit „ two-step 34 Spartan 10 Woodwind 37 Fer- 11 Flex mented 16Maglieof fodder baseball 39 Guaran- ; teed to fail 42 Perry's aide '••-. 44 Actress: ; Hagen ; 45 Become tedious ', 46 Church ;; area 50 Vegas " •', opener.. :; 51 San Francisco's'! — Hill 52 About to ^ arrive "I 10-21 53 Greek H " 4 7 10 11 YbUl? MIPS MAV 05 BUT TMEV'KE STILL HUG<SA8L£ FRO/A /AY HIPPIE ooM'r The Lockhorns Born Loser ' ISYOUP. OPINION r U£LL / ITGCet)WITrWT5^YlN6..^ "WHY IS IT THM WHEWB/ER POLITIC OFTH6LKTe5TPOLL5l "BLESS THAT NO-FAULT INSURANCE." 1 6 9 52 S3 O~ri IK /IDCr^O For answers to today's crossword, call ; O I Ul Vlr CL/ : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) onV touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King ^: Features Service. .,-•?-* Family Circus CIANS SKY, "ITGO£5 WITHOUT Sf\YlNC?;THE.Y NEVER60 WITHOUT SKYING IT ? For Better or For Worse BOT I CflN STIU. PLflV WITH HIM WHENEVER I FeeOH/MflN HIS UjflNTeP Tb DO VOU FflVOr? Ziggy It's not my lunch. My dad missed the trashman and I'm to drop this into the school dumpster." OPTvMiSM iS TAKING A CAMERA ALON6 WRHKl if and Friends. Inc. D>sl by Univirol Pieti Syndicala Garlield WHAT'S THE MATTER? yOU LOOK A LITTLE QUEASX I WAS SICK LAST NIGHT ANPMy STOMACH IS STILL UPSET PtekJes Catty AAV CURE POR AKJ UPSET STOMACH IS PISS 1 FEET ANP CHILI I WAS JUST TRYING TO BE HELPFUL I BOUGHT THIS PRim, ELE&flNT SUIT LAST VEflR BECflUSE VOU COMIlOCED /HE IT WflS CUS&ICf/ VOU'UE OWMED IT FOR A HEflR flNO IT STILL HflS THE PRICE Tfl& ON IT... CLASSICf YOU WJTflSlzeD YOU'D BE /IBLE TO SQUISH IrtTO 5IZ.E 7 Lfl&T WINTER... ... CLASSIC f VOU DREflfflED OF IT TO FICTITIOUS DINNER PARTIES THROWN 6V VOUR H^IPOTHETIC/1L FUTURE HU58flND...CLflSSICf flND NOW) VOU HflvE fl VEflR-OLD SUIT WITH flN EXPIRED TEN-DflV RETURN POLICY WHICH, OF COURSE mflKES IT P(...J / »TU\ViVC I'LtTAVCE 1 MUFRWWrTUME.^ Rex Morgan, M. I ASSUKE you... I'M FlWe NOW, THKEE.' AHD NO.<.J'/M NOT , SHORT OF 8R&4TH--OR PREGNMNT/ PLEASE LOOK AT Me, LEU A.' Asleep. wf|Ai'j WRONG- is pi<,ivre? jpj sLeep ANP He'uu

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