The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 29, 1996 · Page 18
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B8 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Dilbent Jumble CM BERT: EVIL M.R. DIRECTOR TO: ML EMPLOYEES THE Sr^ELL OF POPCORN IN THE OFFICE 15 HE'S BANNING POPCORN! FIRST IT COAb TOBA.CCO, THEN PERFUME, NOW THIS... THERE'S ONLY ONE POLLUTANT LEFT. Peanuts ... THIS BRINGS /AE TO THE UNPLEASANT SUBJECT OF CO ALLY... BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, In lorm lour ordinary words. SUMEA | J r^ ^ _> 019% Tttwrw Met)* Services kit Rights ficwfv NAHCT 7 ^\ V > 600D MORNIN6..WE'l?E HERE TO TELL WU ABOUT THE "GREAT PUMPKIN" UJHEN THEY WON T LISTEN WE OBEY THE BIBLICAL INJUNCTION..WE SHAKE THE OUST FROM OUR SHOES AND 60 TO THE NEXT HOUSE.. Beetle Bailey DUSTY \ CROSS- ; jRAlNEKSy' EXFRIP BIUMED 7 N V J My wife doesn't understand me THE PARTENPEf? WA5 ALSO THIS. Now arrange the circled letters to lorm the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. ••Arm E 1 1 1 1 1 (Answers tomorrow) Yesterday's I J um bles: CHICK GAWKY FLURRY SCROLL I Answer: His lellow grease monkeys called him "SLICK" Cryptoquip WHAT5 YOUR TROUBLE, BEETLE? I USEP TO BE A WORKAHOLIC Hi and Lois ZJV HCUV CDZVI- HVAYQMRVH F UVQYJ FA F DMAJ AZFEHMEW ME F RMQH YFWV. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: MY DOCTOR USUALLY CLAIMSTHATHEADACHESAREALLINYOURM1ND. Today's Cryptoquip clue: R 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 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. The Lockhorns CUT AL-ONcS POTTEP LIME Born Loser YOU'KE f3£G,IKNlH6TO THM IS K PIWKM, NOTK TUPKEY! wmhoeslOaol.com "YOU LOOK UIKE DOULY PARTON DOING A MANPSTAND." mOSE- A££ IT5 56ED!b YOO C«ittilif PIMMHM SCOOPS OUT ! STOP KFQ? ramliy birCUS For Better or For Worse ( SO HOW flftE. VOUR COOKSES"! TROUBLE IS, I _,. }> • «__ ^oihicv'? _-* 6 MONTHS WORTJH OF IN&TOPO-BOT Garfield ANP EVBRVTHIN© ... . - BE COMPLETED flN' IN THE _ CPiN ONTTME.NOEXTfe S&T To IT, Becftuse. I'M gioMS. No E;xc oseS - ON4PROTECTS I -• '-- — THE PRESSURE m a REAL superhero. I'm Daddy." ' Blondie Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 Baseball's John Powell 5 Aussie hopper 8 Proscriptions 12 Nashville attraction 13 Evidence against Borden 14 "And pretty maids all in—" 15 Highland musician 17 Ms. Lollo- brigida 18 Cunning 19 Crib 20 Manila's location 21 Foundation 22 Conk out 23 Take ten 26 New Testament leadoff 30 Highly excited 31. Visibility hindrance 32 Salad ingredient 33 Dan Quayle's tuber? 35 Aromatic wood 36 Burden 37 Existed 38 Caution light 41 State of matter 42 Carrey or Croce 45 Combine 46 Iraq metropolitan 48 Dirt 49 Past 50 Admitting clients 51 Perry's creator 52 Author Amy 53 Feeble DOWN 1 Goes up and down 2 Autumnal stone 3 Licentious revelry 4 Swindle 5 Fast 6 The yoke's on them 7"— the ramparts... 8 Rectangular diamonds 9 Scottsdale's st. 10 Admonition to Nanette 11 Pavlova portrayal 16 Mountain goat 20 Torched Solution time: 27 mins. Yesterday's answer 10-29 21 Trifle 22 Trygve's successor 23 Seance sound 24 Conceit 25 Parcel of merchandise 26 Shemp's brother 27 Cisneros' dept. 28 Bambi's aunt 29 Kids' card game 31 "Back to the Future" star 34 Pitch 35 Simoleons 37 Conestoga 38 Church area 39 Heath 40 Seethe 41 Enthusiastic 42 Scoff 43 Light bulb, in a way 44 Semia- quatic weasel 46 Cudgel 47 DuPont rival B 14 17 9 10 - 11 38 4S 4B 51 39 40 Q"T| IIV /IDCFY? For answ ers to today's crossword, call O I \J\ Vlr CJL/ 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. Ziggy .1 by Universal Press Syndicalo I'M GOING- TO HAV£ SOME FUM WITH THI6 OPlE MASK NOW WHERE COOLP OPlE BE? HOW'P YOUR TEAM 00 TOCAY, BOTTOM OF TWE NIMTH, BASES LOW?EP TWO OUT,.. YOUR TEAM MUST NAVE A LOT OF COMFIPEMCE IN YOU AND THE PLAYERS WERE ALL YELLINS, LET ELMO PIMCH-HIT/ LET ELMO PINCH-HIT.'" Pickles Cathy > IT WASN'T ^ ( MY TEAM... > S, IT WAS J ( THEIRS J S^ MAPAM, I'M 99% ££ 6OA r l SHOULD flNSWER THESE CrtLLS WHILE I E/1T LUNCH 8UT I C/IN'T CflLL WHILE MOUTH IS FULL... i SHOULD WRITE THESE REPORTS WHILE I E/tT, BUT I DON'T W/WT TO DRIP SfllflD DRES5IN& IM THE KEVBOflRD... I SHOULD* BE FILINe ii ORGflNIZINCr, OPENIlOfr DO M/1IL... 6«T J WEED TWO HflNDSf EVERVTHIM& NEEDS TWO HflN&Sf? ...SHOULD HflUE 3UST GONE OUT TO LUNCH WITH WE. WOULDN'T HAVE GOTTEN DONE. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia von see. LOUIE... \ NO KIPPING? /WBE you CAN £AT ANVTHIN6 ) I SHOULD'CO/MEUP IP yOU EAT __-r<^ WITH X\ D/ET CHIL/ DOG? POW'T MBSS WITH PERFeCT/ON. LOUIE...CATCH yOU LATE/?/

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