The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 23, 1996 · Page 12
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B4 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 23,1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Mart Jumble : EVIL H.R. DIRECTOR PINK SUIT APPROACHING ACTIVATE PURRING AND SHEDDING. I FEEL LIKE COrArttTTlNG BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION SO, ALICE, HOU) LONG DOES IT TAKE TO CURL AND STYLE A SUIT LIKE THAT? DO YOU ORX-CLEANJ IT OR JUST GIVE IT A PERfAT Peanuts Unscramole these lour Jumbles, one leller to each square, to form lour ordinary words. PALPY ' I v ^ ^ s 01996 Tnbun« M Al Aghtl fluirvtd tO-13 I DONT KNOW.." LATELY. IT SEEMS THAT WHENEVER I 60 TO A PARTY, I END UP FEELING SORT OF OUT OF PLACE.. OXTIN A YERRAF f "> ^ J YALMES cx /" ~> ^ J c I ' N. S^ S ^ > V J • This makes me (eel more secure Why THE &ANKER L>5>EP THE VAULT Now arrange (he circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. •°oxr]mTrrr] (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's I Jumbles: SOOTY KNELL PAROLE ECZEMA I Answer: What the cameraman used to photograph the auto race - A "ZOOM" LENS 'J!UiJll!H' Beetle Bailey BIG CONTEST/ THE WINNER GETS A N/OHT ON THE TOWN.' PINNER/ MOVIE/ PANCIMS/ WHAT PO YOU HAVE TDPOTO ENTER? YOU'RE ALREAPV IN THE FINALS./ __ r }) c\ Hand Lois VIH QPEFEKPVEUWMV QPEVHZG KDVHM VIQV QZZ IH HQUKM WM MWXFZG FWKXDKHG. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: BRAWNY HAWAIIAN BASKETBALL PLAYERS USUALLY LIKE TO SHOOT HULA HOOPS. Today's Cryptoquip clue: K equals N The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, 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. The Lockhorns WHAT A NICE PICTURE, THE COW IN Born Loser I HOPE MY CHATTERING TEETH WONT KEEP YOU AWAKE, LEROY." DID YOU 56HD fxWKY FDK.THM OFFIUfvL fAMOE. lEN-Oe Bf\f£8rXLL THCY OrT€K£D CM TH6 EACKOF Trt OEiseALBoxT s-ir=£y Family Circus For Better or For Worse SH& HftS SOME, soop FRIENDS-AND SHE UteU. WITH SHE'S COUKfECXJS HELPFUL WP HONEST SHE'S ReflUV A Nice KID I "This is my lunch bunch." Garfield Crossword ACROSS 1 Peace-of- mind . discipline 5 Hiatus 8 Atmospheric pollutant 12 Book after Joel 13 Gettysburg Address word 14 Glazier's sheet 15 Peeping Tom's places 17 Erstwhile Peruvian 18 Trap 19 Leash 21 Composer Khacha- turian 24 Author Buscaglia 25 Radio initials 28 Actor Neeson 30 You can't stand to have one 33 Halloween shout 34 Frogs' hangouts 35 Leading lady? BY EUGENE SHEFFER 36 "Friends" 59 Remnants providers cast DOWN 22 Oodles member 1 Talks on 23 City north 37 The gamut and on of Bismarck 38 On the 2 Portent 25 Basic briny 3 "Naked lessons 39 Crone Maja" 26 Low sound 41 Earl Grey, painter 27 Where et al. 4 Secluded "there are 43 Schussers' retreat no atheists" mecca 5 4 qts. 29 Wood- 46 Biblical 6 Candle shaping queendom count tool 50 Colonial 7 D,C. news- 31 Wide st. patriot paper 32 Shell- 51 Motorists' 8 Malice game need woes 9 Sewer 34 Senate 54 Concluded accesses employee 56 Smelly 57 Simple 58 Born 20 Shade Solution time: 21 mlns. paper 8 Malice 9 Sewer accesses 55 Idolaters' 10 Formerly 38 Having . emotion 11 Equipment missed 16"—the the boat fields we go"40 Mimic's " ' skill 42 Volcanic outpouring 43 Old woman's home? 44 Stromboli spillover 45 Reach across 47 Vivacity 48 Yield 49 Poses some queries 52 Have bills 53 Ball 10-23 support Yesterday's answer QT1 |h /IDCrV? For answars to today's crossword, call O I VJIVIr C.LJ f 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on f touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King | Features Service. x I f rn IF \OUHAME NOTHING TO DO ...DONT DO IT HERE I -o •- rnr~n IO/2J Y£SSIRTH£R£'5 NOTHIN&LIKE A&OOPPOT OFCOFFEE FIRSTTHIMO- |NTHE.rVtORNIN& | ANICEHOTCUP I OFCOFFEEVESSIR « ANPMAVBEA I POUGHNUTTOOA 1 NlCfcPOO&HNUr , i tOPONKANO | MUNCH O O ^•«—<^—• I'M CUTTIN& VO_U OFF A£ECONPANPTHIRP COPI6NICETOO, ALON&WITH/MORE POOGHNUT6ANP PAVT6 10-z* WE REALLV ^ WE MISS IT TOO, MJS6 PLAYINS J. NANCX BUT THE WITH f BUSINESS HAS TO COME FIRST IT TOOK AWHILE } AND WE OON'T TO FIND -4 LIKE THEM REPLACEMENTS ) NEARf/AS FOR VOU ^ MUCH AS VOU HcMes Cathy REAUY &OOO PLAYERS.' IM KEEPIN6 WITH THIS RCTURA) TO SWIPLE, HEflLTHN LWIN6, WE BRIN& WflROROBE Of UE&ETflftLE 10/065 f SKIRTS... ZUCCHINI-TONED TI&HTS... SOUflSH-TOMEO 5WEATER5... EG6PLflNT-TONED BOOTS... flllK IT /la TO&ETHER /IND VOU EXUDE /I FflRM- FRE&H DOWN-TO-f/»RTH OLOWf /WCKff HUMAN SALAD BAR ff WITH BEET RED CHEEKS! EXCELLENT FINISHIN& TOUCH f T6ACU HER CAT TO STAXiO 13?. Rex Morgan, M.D. E>y THE w/v, WOULO f CONGEST lOtJ YOU HAVE PRESCRI8EP I BELIEVE 4WT/8rOTICS OVERP/?ESCr?ISEP FOR THOSE K/NPS OF /wpecr/ows/ Tf?ue..,8UT lf£SPI(?^TO/»y INFECTIONS 8ITE--T/?UST VOUR TO OUR LAST

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