The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on October 31, 1996 · Page 10
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B4 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1996 Fun THE SALINA JOURNAL Jumble THI5 NEW MOARD GOES TO KIrA FOR HE.K EXCEPTIONAL LOORK.. KL/A WORKED EVENINGS rVND WEEKENDS TO FIX THE PPvOBLLfAS THAT WERE CAUSED BY HLP> OWN INCOMPETENCE. AND IT LOOKS LIKE Km Hf\S A FULL PLATE FOR THE CODING YE.APs.TOO. WHICH SIDE FACES THE WALL? BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION Unscramble these lour Jumbles, one letter to each square, to lorm four ordinary words. Peanuts EFNOL s > v J V, 019% Irtxjnp M«M Services Inc AH fli^ili R«n)rvfNj FREEW f ^ V J CUPHIC f "SI/" > ^ ^A^ ^ \ ENGLET 7 X v J f ~\ ^ J f > \_ J ^"V V J f\ \ / Look-thoro 3 Irosl on Ihe pumpkin THE KINP OF WEATHER YOU GET ON HALLOWEEN. ARE YOU THE T NO, I'M YOUR KID GREAT PUMPKIN"? I BROTHER WITH A SHEET OVER MY HEAP.. I FORGOT TO CUT OUT THE EYE HOLES 50 I HAVE NO IDEA WHERE I'M 60IN6. Now arrange the circled letters to lorrn Ihe surprise answer, as suggested by Ihe above cartoon. Answer here: "f Y Y Y Y Y 1" - f Y Y Y ' N. ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^\- ^ N_ _^^ ^\^_ _^\^ _s (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: SUEDE SOAPY MAGNET BLAZER Answar: What the fishermen sullered when their catch diminished - A NET LOSS Beetle Bailey X PIPNT THINK THERE \ SARGE ROCKCATS REHEARSAL HI and Lois TOFXM YS, UYESH BFOUEXO DOB HOT SOHEFOX HOXTSH HY CT O COH CYM. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: PEOPLETHATSHUNTHE SUN ARE SIMPLY CALLED SHADY CHARACTERS, I'M TOLD. Today's Cryptoquip clue: U 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. The Lockhorns THE 1 THiRP CANPV BAR AP siN<£E TH ,T1/V\E THE POORB&UL. PoN'r &o our -OI A5 /V\UCH Born Loser "6HE WAS WEARING A MASK, LORETTA ... I THOUGHT SHE WAS YOU! For Better or For Utorse VOECDUUDHiTTHeCflMPOS NftH. V^O CRN SO. IM <3°NMA '"' FoR A WHILE -THeRE'S STUFF I HEflD BflCK To THE flPART- HftPPENlNSATlHEREZ.-,* - _ - , ___ • MENT. I S OUST ONE MORE NlSHr ITS HAU.OWEeN.MlKE SHOOLDDOSoMeTTHlNSl VOJ'RE RIGHT "Trick or treat!" Crossword BY EUGENE SHEFFER ACROSS 1 False god 5 Greet 9 Comic DeLuise 12 Wrong 13 Late scat legend 14"—not choose to run" 15 Most expensive property 17 Kanga'skid 18 England 19Siskel's partner 21 Injection meas. 22 VH-1 offering 24 Trails the pack 27 Jostle 28 Impale 31 "I" strain 32 Assn. 33 Prevarication 34 Saxophonist Stan 36 Compete 37 Nabors role 38 Leaks slowly 40 Sam Spade was one: abbr. 41 Gem 43 Sun, on the Seine 47 Author LeShan 48 Second most expensive property 51 Ivy Leaguer 52 Toll road 53 It takes the cake 54 Com. device 55 Queued up 56 It may be left to the navigator DOWN 1 Rum cake 2MPs' quarry 3 Breed of steed with speed 4 Hammerstein's contribution 5 Felled 6 So as to emulate 7 Under the weather 8 Great quintet? 9 Adverb re 26 Down 10 Stench 11 Academic Solution time: 22 mins. Yesterday's answer 10-31 16 Elmer, to Bugs 20 "Encore!" 22 He hit 61 in'61 23 Incite 24 Journey segment 25 Candle count 26 Chance remark? 27 Jupiter's alias 29 Have a bug 30 Spelldown 35 Menagerie 37 Cushion 39 Minestrone, e.g. 40 Soft drink 41 Borscht base 42 Run in neutral 43 Distort 44 Rain-gutter setting 45 Estival desserts 46 Fast time 49 Broadcast 50 Studio that made "King Kong" O-TI IK /IDdrY? For answers to today's crossword, call O I UlVIr C.LJ : 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King Features Service. flggy 1996 2iggy and Fr.erx)s Inc. Dm by Universal Press Syndicate ... iERRV LEWiSWAS BAD V\M CARRE V iMPRESSiONS II. GartieU HEV GARFIELR I GOT VOU AN (WHAT PO VOU THINK? OUTFIT FOR THE C05TOME PARTV ^ HAVE ON6ASV FEELING- THIS BOOK TEACHES VDU ALLS YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT MAKINS PECISIONS IN A HURRV.' Pickles Cathy STILL THINK I NEED THE BOOK? NATHflM ? WHEU)! 50RR 1 / I HAVEN'T CflU.EO. THE SEEK) OUT Of TOWN flT fl WEBSITE SEMINAR! urn.. .ME WEREM'T TALKIN& WE WEREN'T TflLKINfr, WEREN'T E-W1AIUN&.. ...WE'D MOVED ON, REME/WBER ? I'VE TRIED E-M/ULlNfr, BUT NEvER PICK UP HOUR ME&Sfl&ES' NrtTHflN, REmem- 8ER?? TO CONTACT! I'm TOOf HOW'S TOMORROW NI&HT? THE ONLV ' /MEM WHO EVER COfflE MCK FOR fflORE ARE THOSE I'VE Bex Morgan, M.D. Sylvia THIS /s WUTS...TU. NEVER LOOK LIKE THOSE WCVMFW/ THE OWl.y THIWG YCU HAVE TO LOSE IS J IrV/SS A FOURTEEW PRESS S/ZE &£FOK£ I TOOK TH/S

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