The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 25, 1996 · Page 16
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B4 FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Gilbert Jumble Crossword CATBERT: EVIL H.R. DIMCTOR LOA.LLY, YOU'VE BEEN TOO BUSY TO GET FORTY HOUR.5 OF TRAINING THIS YEAR I HIRED A \ CONTRACT EMPLOYEE TO HELP YOU OUT. J WHEN DOES HE START? ul YESTERDAY. HE ALREADY FINISHED EIGHT HOURS OF YOUR TRAINING. " I'm cm old doq now," he said. "I'm not a puppy anymore." "But my life isn't over. There are places to go,things to do,and lots still to learn!" BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one lellor to each square, lo form lour ordinary words. You should go on a diet Who x" needs •'" it THE RESULT OF OVEREATING ANP AVOIPING EXERCISE FOR MANV VEAR-S-. So he enrolled in Senior Obedience School. THE GENERAL OKPEREP HIM TO GAIN TEN POUNPS IN THREE PAYS I HATE A SNITCH SST. SNORKEL WENT OFF HIS PIETAGAIN/ Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Answer here: A TI" ^*~ -^. -/ Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: BASIN SNORT FINITE HANGAR Answer: What it look to win the muscle man competition - A STRONG FINISH Cryptoquip HI and Lois GTt) LKCHSQI 'Q1HDB D B G T K C H QC G H S QI I W QCJDE, "GQJD LD G P WPKV I H D E D V ." Yesterday's Cryptoquip: IT'S TRUETHAT EDISON ONCE DESCRIBED THE LIGHT BULB AS A BRIGHT IDEA. Today's Cryptoquip clue: I equals L 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 Infants 6 Peregrinate 9 Chatter away 12 Giraffe's cousin 13 It strikes some people 14 Call — day 15 Harness race horse 16 Pile of unfinished work 18 With acuity 20 Between jobs 21 Shade of blonde 23 Yahtzee item 24 Without any omissions 25 Churlish sort 27 Ecdysiast's move 29 Oration 31 Patronizing 35 "Psycho" setting 37 Token, maybe 36 Appease 41 Slangy refusal 43 Cornfield comment 44 'To — not to..." 45 Pinkish color 47 Tension remedy 49 "Teacher's Pet" star 52 Breakfast for Brutus? 53 Wet wiggler 54 Once more 55 Aviv lead-in 56 Bullring bravo 57 Emitted beams DOWN 1 Jazz style 2 Wanted poster abbr. 3 Excavating machine 4 Fencing prop 5 Begat 6 Ibsen heroine 7 Vacationing 8 Calendar abbr. 9 Rita Hayworth movie 10 Bikini, for one 11 "Doughnut dipped in Solution time: 26 mins. Yesterday's answer 10-25 concrete" 17 Somewhat 19 Most people spend it all in one place 21 Tummy muscles 22 Bribe 24B&B 26 Expression 28 Muham- madanism 30 Coquettish 32 Prosperous area of Boston 33 A couple of cups 34 Archery- bow material 36 Authorize 38 Monastery bigwig _ Furlough 40 Making all the stops 42 Comic strip Viking 45 Quarrelers' skirmish 46 Big story? 48 Old Olds 50 Big story? 51 Here, appropriately AROUMP FOI? OUR LOUSY \0-TS T&LLG /V\E CHIP 0ROKT6 UP VVITH TH/VT CUTE CHEERLEAPEf? The Lockhonns Born Loser "SKY, CHIEF, I NtVOZ. NOTICED "* THM "LORETTA TREATS ME LIKE A KING. JUST LAST WEEK SHE ASKED ME TO ABDICATE." OTl IK /IDCr^O ' =or answers *° today's crossword, call O I UlVIr L_U 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. PICTU£t B6FOEE WHO Family Circus HV1EROADTO FAILURE \S /XCTUAU-V THE PATH OF LEAST PERSISTENCE FOP Better or For Worse OK. you COM& our Ft>K A WHILE. My buckle got unbucked." Garfield OH, OKAV, JANICE I UNPER6TANP 6HE HAP A 600P REA50N FOR NOT &OIN& 0/JT WITH /V£« SH£'6 ALLERGIC TO GEEKS.' ANVSOD/ INTERESTED IN GOING TO A MOVIE WITH )> •>— US t )r-^ WOULD VVE BE IMTERESTEP IN THE MOVIE? IT'S CAU-EP*PREPDIE ANP THE PRESHMEN 00Py SNA.TCHERS" WE'PE NOT INTERESTED ANYONE INTERESTED LENDING U$ FOURTEEN DOLLARS? Pickles Cathy PrTOERNED TI&HTS WILL fflflKE THflT OUTFIT LOOK THIS ISN'T LflST VEflR'S LEG,'THIS IS THE LE& I WflS BORN WITH f PRECISELY. THE LE6 IS flNClENT, 40U CflN'T WEflR ANCIENT, ?LE5H- TONED LE& WITH /{ BRAND -MEW OUTFIT ( V. HOUlmUCH NEWER COULD IT LOOK? I 3UST TRIED 'IT ON TWO SECONDS A&Ofj AH, BUT WRE WE/1RIN& IT WITH LR&T VEAR'S LEfr TO TRULV UNDERSTflNO WOmEN'5 FflSHlON, ONE MUST WITNESS THE WOlflENT OF THE S/U.E... . . TUW«, KiOT AJLLDuieP. CAT, 6UT e.«E COOLD e>rr OKI LET OGTAW CAJ2£ OP HER ROK VOU, Rex Morgan, M. T/TO,TH6 STATION ... , J DO (S GETTING FOR you? ypozews OP FAXES ev B* |;l I I I I

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