The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 30, 1996 · Page 12
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The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas · Page 12

Salina, Kansas
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Wednesday, October 30, 1996
Page 12
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B4 WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30. 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Jumble Crossword THIS AlOARD GOES TO Tm FOR HIS INCREDIBLE. ACCOMPLISHMENT. TWO" YEARS OF STONEWALLING ALL PROGRESS, TIIA FINALLY AGREED TO DO THE. COORX FOR WHICH HE OOAS HIR.ED. WL LOOK FORWARD TO WORKING WITH TIrA IN THE. COrAING YEAK AS IF I'D HAVE TIrAE FOR, THAT. BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, lo lorm lour ordinary words. DUESE r ~\ •^ j POASY RERUN .'WHAT MM WITH ARE YOU I LINUS.. DOIN6 HERE? 10-30 HE 5 ACROSS THE STREET KNOCKING ON POORS TELLIN6 PEOPLE ABOUT THE "6REAT PUMPKIN" IM STANDIN6 OVER HERE SO NO ONE WILL KNOW I'M WITH HIM.. UJMAT KIND OF AN / I'M A EVANGELIST/ SEMIr ARE YOU? (EVANGELIST •Jk*. TAMENG ZERBAL There go ^ Ihe prolils WHAT THE FISHERMEN 5UFFEREP WHEN THEIR CATCH PIMINI5HER Now arrange the circled lellers lo form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print answer here : A Yesterday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: AMUSE CHANT PREFIX IMBUED Answer: Tha sympathetic badender was also this A MIX MASTER 5 Not O07's martini preference 6 Bit of wordplay 7 Of English descent, in combinations 8 Noisy commotions 9 Verse, probably bawdy 10 Potter's need 11 Libretto 16 Shipbuilding material 20 Build Solution time: 21 mins. Cryptoquip Bestle Bailey LT. FUZZ X POVOU THINK HE KNOWS TO see YOU, THAT I'M WORKING ON THE GENERAL / PROMOTION LIST TOPAY? Hi" Hi and Lois FKJFEK DSYD NSZH DSK NZH YLK NXGFEM TYEEKO NSYOM TSYLYT- DKLN, X'G DJEO. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: THE DOPE OFTEN DESCRIBED A PERCH AS A FISH STANDING IN A-BIRD CAGE. ' • Today's Cryptoquip clue: T equals C 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 to Betsy!" 1 Restrained 47 Crazes 5 Fat farm 51 "Son of —!' 8 Coagulate 52 Flex 12 Arab 54 Venetian bigwig VIP 13 Wine cask 55 Chart type 14Notpre- 56 Sheep recorded shed 15 Restrictive 57 Wan 17 NYSE 58 Round counterpart Table 18 Shorebird address 19 Regret 59 Recognize deeply DOWN 21 Listening 1 Beatles device movie 22 Skunk's 2 Actor defense Jannings 23 Aviv 3 Wheels of preceder fortune? 26 Indispens- 4 Impulse able 28 Tendency 31 Leave out 33 — Moines 35 Garbage vessel 36 Back- fence tidbit 38 Discoverer's cry 40 "Kitchy- —r 41 Keep afloat I 43 Columnist ' . . Kupcinet Yesterday's answer 45 "Heavens 10-30 another room 23 Anderson's "High -" 24 Grounded Aussie 25 Rush out of Missouri? 27 Nay canceler 29 "To Wong i, ,... 30 Company, 'tis said 32 Group of matches 34 Soft, tremulous light 37 Computer memory: abbr. 39 Semite 42 Sharp, shrill cries 44 Sweater type 45 The world according to Arp? 46 Hollywood dashers 48 Inflexible 49 Jam ingredient? 50 Jet forth 53 Mid- afternoon /AMP I ALWAYS MOUSE \VA£ ,A HOME / x The Lockhorns Born Loser "LORETTA GETS 3O MALLS TO THE GALLON." 45 51 54 57 46 YOU BEAT ML, YOU KNQWTHMT OT1 IIV yiDCr\O F° r answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vll 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. ONLY YOU COULD (JO BOBBIN& Family Circus FLK /VPPLtS M r\ HMLLOWeEN BSgJY.. L- SCHOOL OF HARD KNOCKS ...RI6HT NOW \ POST-GRAPOATe WORK i| For Better or For Worse soMepAy,THeV' L L . ----- ,,.._,„ . BE SENPIUS ME 123 KlftKEAFEiAj , — ,- ..,*-— ...... PLACES UKSSoMflUfll Ri8K9.MftN.\ DUKEITOUT,U)EEP """•"" "•"'""•" ^ ' WHERE THERE'S , ACTION !!! V "Our jack-o'-lantern has a nicer smile than Matilda's does." Garfield TOOT5IE VATCHEO THE SHOP WHILE I WENT SHOPPING THIS i APTERNOON X4, NICE OP HER BUT I PELT SO SUILTY ABOUT LEAVINS HER THERE BY HERSELP.. THAT I NEVER SOT INTO MUCH OF A SHOPPIKJS MODE to-io Cathy •me U)A£,60Pft6£0 MV ^AUPFV MOM4 OWTUEOWER , , LET POT NOOR N\\ViC> ACT TWO PICIW LITTLE REVISIONS TO mflKE OM THE /*WWNlM& OEflL...SIXmiNORCHflM&€S ON THE BAILED MEmO... FWE LITTLE FOLLOW-UPS... SEVEM TIM TOUCH-UPS... TWELUE TEENSV LOOK-UPS.., WTHIN&'S EV6R DOME , r f EVERN WW 5.000 LITTLE RE-DO's USE WP E\)ERV SPECK 0? TlfflE I HflVE TO /1CTU- flLLV fflO\)E OM TO flNVTHlNfr NEW) ! T/M STR/»N&LI»\)& l»0 Tftl CHOKIN& ON CRUMBS? WE, MOU STURD PROJECTSf WE! DIE!! DIEf! WHElOf THflT FELT 6000.' HERE'S A LIST OF EQUIPMENT REWIR PEOPLE. flL&O, THE MAN WU BROKE UP WITH TWO WEEKS fl&Q IS 010 LIME ONE. Rex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia NO you ivoW-' i P/PWT,,, KE THA IT WONT BE 8UT VOU C/^N PO IT/ IrVE/GHEP /MOKE THAM you

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