The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 22, 1996 · Page 18
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B8 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble Crossword THANKS FOR THE BELTING. HERE'S CARD. VOU CALL THAT AN E-rAAIL AODRE55? IT'S EIGHTY CHARACTERS LONG AND fAOSTLY MEANINGLESS. PEOPLE WITH EMBARRASSING E-rAML SYSTEMS... I TELL PEOPLE, "THE REPLY) FUNCTION DOESN'T WORK. YOU HAVE TO TYPE IN ADDRESS." BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble Ihese lour Jumbles, one letter lo each square, to form (our ordinary words. '••** Can you believe how lasl they go? TOSOY r x f x 01996 Tribune M«*« S*rv>c«s Inc Al nights Reserved KELLN Peanuts 6IRL5 LIKE COMPLIMENTS. IF YOU WANT TO IMPRESS THAT LITTLE RED-HAIREP 6IRL, SAf SOMETHING NICE TOMER.. LOOK REALLY CUTE TOPAV f THAT IMPRESSED HER, CHARLIE BROWN..SHE FELL RI6MT OUT OF HER DESK.. RELOAP ZACMEE WHAT THE CAMERAMAN L>5EP TO PHOTOGRAPH THE AUTO RACE. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer here : A (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's I J um bles: KINKY TITLE EITHER COMMON I Answer: Why she didn'l answer (he phone SHE WAS ON THE LINE Cryptoquip Beetle Bailey HAVE YOU SEEN \ I HATE THOSE ROCKY'S NEW SEEPY-LOOKINS 6ROUP/THE / ROCK GROUPS ROC KC ATS?" Hi and Lois TI'ELVI YELEBBEV TEMRAUTEGG SGEIAPM DMDEGGI GBRA DC MYCCU YDGE YCCSM. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: YOU COULD ARGUE THAT THE DENTIST'S OFFICE IS TRULY A FILLING STATION. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Y 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 Unescorted 5 French nobleman 8 Get ready, for short 12 Off base 13 Blueprint addition 14 Traditional tales 15 Tokyo Bay city 17 Advantage 18 Al Bundy's son 19 Logic 21 Clementine's dad was one 24 BBQ order 25 Praiseful poetry 26 Australian seaport 30 Emulate Betsy Ross 31 Recoils 32 "Lorenzo's —" 33 Capital of Uzbekistan 35 Swim- meet path 36 Ethereal 37 One who keeps on trying? 38 Inuit 41 Eviscerate 42 Antelope's playmate 43 New name of Lep- poldville 48 Can't forgo 49 History chapter 50 Checkup 51 Ligurian Sea feeder 52 Nosh 53 Ohio nine DOWN 1 Opine 2 Teeter- totter quorum 3 Fine, to an astronaut 4 Orbs 5 Out of power 6 Einstein's birthplace 7 Goodman's instrument 8 Gratify 9 Cones' mates 10 Therefore 11 Hammerhead part 16 "Ben—" 20 Undergoes a recession 21 "Happy Days" cast Solution time: 24 mins. Yesterday's answer 10-22 1 12 15 2 3 i member 22 Notion 23 Information 24 Pluvial 26 Charlie Barnet's theme song 27 Kuralt's domain 28 Operatic series 29 Sheltered 31 Remove the cream 34 Coiffure 35 "95 Theses" man 37 Gravy, on a French menu 38 — St. Vincent Millay 39 Crystal- gazer 40 Acute 41 Estiva! pest 44 Suspense writer Levin 45 Lumberjack's prop 46 Despondent 47 Early hrs. 9 |10 WHEM VoU SOUP Us OUR HOUSE, YOU TOL.P U& THAT LOCATION, LOCATION/ —/ WteLL, SINlCE THE WENlT UP NEXr POOR, THEY'VE B&CO/A& RELOCATION, RELOCATION/ RELOCATION.' The Lockhorns Born Loser "THAT REMINDS ME, LORETTA ... WHEN WILL YOUR BROTHER BE PAROLED?" 38 42 48 51 39 40 QTI \h /IDCmO For answers to today's crossword, call O I UIVIl CL/ f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. 1 \OK. K 600P DIVORCE LfHJlEK! Family Circus 5TICAULT06CT I i iNicessr^ , OKIP? For Better or For Worse ELiZABETH,TF)ftTi5 So Now you CflN EHToy THINK ITS * VISITMTON HUH,PiM'SHE.'S PROMISED To LOOK "Ballet dancers are always trying to look taller." Garfield I DIDN'T SET-O VES, IT'S GOINS TO BE LATE 1 TRIED TO HAVE IT ON TIME, BUTHEy..THINSS T HAPPEN ,- MX PAYCHECK PUT ON THIS "POG5 ARE 6TOPIP" Pickles Cathy NO, , WOT, OKH.V CASH WOftlEN ARE SICK OF IN& CLOTHES THrtT flRE OUTDflT6D irJ THREE MONTHS.' MILlTflNCE! PERFECTr SLIDE INTO THIS FflLL'5 NEW JAOKET f WE HAVE BETtER THIM&S TO DO THflN flNDEPENDENGE! EXCELLENT f MOTHIM& IT THAN THE NEI*) NO-NONSEN5E FLAT- FRONT PANTf VIE REFUSE TO BE Ffl&HIOM UICTIW6 XNDI&N/INCEf BRAVO f STO/HP, STOWP, STOMP iri VOUR NEU) U)AFFL&- &OLED SUEDE \JODHPUR BOOTS! ..RATS. I LOGIC. FABULOUS. CONFIDENCE f VESf NOTHIN& HOLDS THE RECEIPTS fl& WELL AS THE NEW I UP-SIZED JOTE f Rex Morgan, M.D. THERE5 f 1 TOLP yOU,..IT you y iv/is A FLU SHOT REACTION.' PBKHAPS'MAYBE YOU SHOULD HAVE I've. 86EN PMGrJOSING PATIEUTS FOR VEAKS.JUHE! 1KUSTME...1M FINE.' Be s. tHiNK tliey'P offeRy$-rhe OCCASIONAL, f Ree

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