The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 24, 1996 · Page 10
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 10

Salina, Kansas
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Thursday, October 24, 1996
Page 10
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B4 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1996 lun THE SALINA JOURNAL Crossword FIGHTING, FIGHTING AGAINST THE OVE.R- GOHElf-MNG BOREDOM.' CUBICLE WARRIOR FOR BATTLE. WHEN rAY GRANDCHILDREN ASK, rAE WHAT I DID FOR LIVING, I'fA GOING TO LIE. I USUALLY TELL PEOPLE YOU'RE. A HOBO. Peanuts 6UE55 WHAT I LEARNED);!, IN SCHOOL K I LEARNED HOLO TO WRITE MY NAME.. NOW I CAN^i 5I6N CHECKS^ •' r^*. WHERE'? GET THE NEW TOWELS'? THEY HA PA FUNP- RAISINS SALE AT MY WOMEN'S LIB CLUB Hi and Lois Born Loser SHOULD UrWE &6£M H6R5 AT 9 O'GLOtK. For Better or For Worse ALIVE IN THIS noose THBTOOESN'rSHED? Garfield CANARV SHORTAGE HITS CITV. 1 Pickles POOP. \KKiO\O PAP UKE^TVAAT Rex Morgan, M.D. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble Ihese lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form lour ordinary words. WHAT IT TOOK TO WIN THE MU^C-LE MAN COMPETITION. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. K. vK >TI ^A. ^A. -A. ^ k. ^A. ^A. -A. ^A. .A. *A (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's I Jumbles: APPLY TOXIN RAREFY MEASLY I Answer: Why the banker used the vault - Why the banker TO PLAY IT "SAFE" Cryptoquip J H ' I H T G B H K Z H B C J I D E DEXB CBIXTJYBC HKB UJLKH YGUY ZI Z YTJLKH JCBZ. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE ACUPUNCTURIST ACUTELY NOTES THAT ALL HE EARNS IS SIMPLY PIN MONEY. Today's Cryptoquip clue: Y equals B 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. The Lockhorns "MUST WE BE INCOMPATIBLE WHILE I'M READING THE SPORTS PAGE?" Family Circus 10- ©1996 &l Keang. Inc. Onl. oy Cow*i Synd.. Inc "I want a window seat so I can wave at all the cars that M „. hafta stop for us." Blondie BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS ing 1 Ballet leap 50 Parisian 5 Coach Par- pal seghian 8 Venus de — 12 Pinnacle 13 Snapshots 14 Alkali neutralizer 15 Fine fog 16"Ulalume" writer 17 Sunder 18 Educate 20 Kitchen rack array 22 Catcher's place 23 Listening device 24 Poli-sci subj. 27 Their lips protrude 32 "Mad About You" role 33 — Amin 34 "Caught ya!" 35 Ties 38 Urban pall 39 Waste no time 40 Gibbon 42 Score 45 Kitchen appliances 49 Challeng i[2[3[4 52 Verifiable 53 Malefi- cence 54 Calendar pp. 55 Look lasciviously 56 Handwriting word 57 Old French coin 58 Vetoing votes DOWN 1 Predicaments 2 Typical DeMille movie 3 Hart's former co-host 4 Bleed 5AII- American dessert 6 Carnival setting 7 Graph lines 8 Singer Carey 9 Add-on for 5 Down 10 Occupation 11 Probability 19 Yiddish Solution time: 23 mins. Yesterday's answer 10-24 utterance 21 Chest muscle, for short 24 Card- table cry 25 Mined- over matter? 26 Meringue dessert 28 Girl in a Cantor song 29 Trendy treat 30 Platonic P 31 Succumb to gravity 36 Start a fire going 37 Drenched 38 Church custodian 41 Circle ratio 42 Oppositionists, maybe 43 Shore sight 44 Thanksgiving veggies 46 Cogito- sum link 47 Hold the scepter 48 Visualizes 51 Cattle call OT1 III /|DCT"Y? ' r ° r answers to today's crossword, call O I L/IVIr CM \ 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. ziggy UP O DOWN O WKATEVER r \wi-w *~) O '9^6 2iggy and Fnends inc Disi by Uruvwsal Press Syndicate J SOMETHING'S SOTTA COW\E OUT =—i OP TMERE Catty IT'S THE VEflR OF /MULTIPLE-' mflXl-DRE5SWfr. f fl /HAXI SKIRT UNDER fl /TWXI 5WE/1T- 6R UMDER fl /flrtXl WEST UMOER K /TWXI COAT' HDD fl CHU/OKV BOOT ON fl CHUNKS STEPLflOOER OM TOP Of A PILE OF CHUWKV PHONE BOOKS .../1UDTA,DAf Sylvia LOvELV flS LON& fl& I STflNO W OME SPOT. WHEN VOU LOOK THIS 6000, THE WORLD WILL CO/HE TO YOU. ITS BRILL/ANT, CHEF< 5£E GI?E^T SHOiy.TITO.' WE'KE ALREADV *^ AHD I'LL SHOW GETTIWS S-MA1L ^fnr» THOSE RECIPES REQUESTS FOR yOUR W WORK By LOSINS AMP WOU/ A LITTLE FUEL , /OU TO/MORROW /MORNIW6. FOR THE EXERClSe BIKE? i •3 (

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