The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 1, 1996 · Page 16
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B4 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1996 lun THE SALINA JOURNAL ^SHi(S3S!»!W Dilbert THE SOUND CRAZY, CAN'T BECAUSE IT WOULD SOUND SILLY YOU YOUR OWN] SCREEN SAVER? ITS CALLED "LOALLY'5 101 ANNOYING CU&ICLE SOUNDS' Peanuts ONE BROTHER SAT IN A \ PUMPKIN PATCH ALL NI6HT \ WAITIN6 FOR. THE''6REAT PUMPKIN/ THE OTHER 8ROTHER\ WANDERED AROUND THEYARDALLNI6HT/ WITH A SHEET / OVER HIS HEAP.'/ I COULPN'T SEE I FOR60T TO CUTOUT THE EYE MOLES.. KIND OF A 5TRAN6E HALLOWEEN.. Beetle Bailey I'M THINKIN6 OF LEAVING THE ARMY ANP SETTIK/e A LETS SEE YOUR RESUME EMPLOYMENT A&ENCY I PON'T THINK WE HAVE ANY OPENINGS *LOW MAN ON TOTEM Hi and Lois I THINK' I'LL HAVB A LITTLE LITE=-F/V\ WITH AAV "LEAN CUISINE H y " X HE AiN'r MEA\A; MY'RATHER/ Born Loser , W£ NOW KKVE THE. ££SULT5 OF IS IT JUST fA£, OK DOES IT OUiZ. LATEST PP6-£L£CTION POLL. -* r THM 6C6CTION /\LW,\YS TRJCK. OK. TPEM 7 LIKE COIK1CID6MC6... For Better or For Worse HOO,MIKE! UOK.IT I GOT LAST NIGHT! ITCOK THESE SHOTS ON VCUR CAMPUS Trie ENGiNEERS PAINTED THE DOME ON TBE OBSERVfVtbFW ' I SOT'EM *- THOSE <3i>ys PLf\V THAT SOME. PUMB THPiTS WHAT I 0®tt@ A&OUT THESE OW SCHOOLS, • MIKE ITS ALL TBe Jumble Crossword BY HENRI ARNOLD & MIKE ARGIRION BY EUGENE SHEFFER GWAON ^"^ ^—^ ARROD f "S s / s > ^ J PERREF s > s / f > V y LURIAB ^ > k. J f~ "S ^v > WHERE CERTAIN CABBIE5 CAN TAKE A CUSTOMER. Now arrange the circled lone s to form the surprise answer, as ug- gested by the above cartoon Print answer here: [ \ ] A f "Y" "Y" N- ^TV j^,,^^ fv -^TV ^TV (Answers tomorrow) Yeslerday's I Juntas ^ELON FEWER HICCUP GENTLE I Answer. The kind ol weather you gel on Halloween "FRIGHT-FULL Cryptoquip 1- Z W J H I : T Y l ; X I- E I- A Y R II I" W B , "A R U L Z W U U E VV D K I- Z W A T - I- A K VV K VV D B W I-I K ." Yesterday's Cryptoquip: EARLY ON, COUNT DRACUI.A HADTHENATURALTALEN'I'TO HI-A BAT HOY. Today's Cryptoquip chic: T uquuls G The Cryptoquip is a substitution cipher in which one letter stands (or 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. ACROSS 1 "Cheers" bartender 4 Bistro 8 Cabbage concoction 12 Pay with plastic 13 Pinnacle 14 Headlight? 15 Fire, in today's lingo 17 Bulky bovines 18 Doles out 19 Cote commentary 21 Japanese drama 22 Slight rise, on Wall Street 26 Alma follower 29 Sch. org. 30 Oriental tea 31 Louis XIV's self-comparison 32 Blackbirds' nest? 33 Gator bowl? 34 Refusal: prefix 35 Honey- comb material 36 Thought cost 37 Maintenance 39 Stratum 40 Princess' insomnia cause 41 Sherbet flavor 45 Iowa city 48 Transfer software 50 Emilia's conniving hubby 51 Buckeye's home 52 9mm subma- chine gun 53 III fate 54 Dormitory denizen 55 Bottom line DOWN 1 Pop 2 Off base 3 Kittenish call 4 Pollux's twin 5 Tending to mimic 6 Moroccan city 7 Carry out 8 Mild expletive 9 Negligent 10 Pub order 11 Triumphed Solution time: 28 mins. Yesterday's answer 11-1 16 Composition for trio of trios 20 —Locka, Fla. 23 Computer symbol 24 Biggers sleuth 25 Girl of s^s- s-song 26 Carte 27 At the summit 28 Aquarium 29 Snapshots 32 Duvalier sobriquet 33 Olympian prize 35 Itsy-bitsy 36 Absinthe- like liqueur 38 Derby site 39 Knife eponym 42 It may be a common subject 43 Stare 44 Tend texts 45 Succor 46 Long March leader 47 Freudian concept 49 "Eureka!" The Lockhorns "LEROY, I OUST KNOCKED JUDGE FREEMEYER OFF THE BALLOT." OT~| IR/|OCP\O For answers to today's crossword, call O I Ul Vll dJ I 1-900-454-6873 (99 cents a minute) on touch-tone or rotary phones. You must be 18 or older. A King ' '.' Features Service. Family Circus Ziggy O 1990 84 Kii Dill Dy Cowtii Synd Garfield "Are you sure this is a children's story? It didn't begin with 'Once upon a time.'" Blondie YOUR BOSS >)( TELL MM WANTS YOU rfi^&V I'M BUS/! OH THE j-^^^T I'LL CALL PHONE y <© AV> > HIM LATER I FOR HEAVEM'S /SAKE! WHAT DO V. YOU MEAN TELLING MM YOU'RE BUSY?! WELL I AM...IM BUSY TAKIKJS OH, CMON...THAT'6 NOT SCARV NOW, THAT'S SCARV 'NflTHflN'S THERE, CflTHV ?? NflTHflN'S SflCK IN THE PICTURE?? NO. NflTHflN'S NOT EVEN l/flGUELM IN THE PICTURE.' NO, /VlOm. WE'RE ftlEREW HflVINfr OWE Lfl5T OflTE TO CLflRIFV OUR. BREflKUP. NflTHflN'S SORT OF IN THE PICTURE ? BUT NflTHflN'S THERE ? NflTHflN UHWTS TO 8E IN THE PICTURE! OMLV HERE 50 I CflN eXPlfllM OMCE /1ND FOR WHV HE WILL NEVER BE THE PICTURE f NflTHflN'S IN THE PICTURE HOWEVER, HIS flBOUT TO 8E CHOPPED OFF 84 THE CflfllERfl-WOWM. \ HOPE VOU'UU WELP RE-ELECT WEU-, W APPV TO VAELP St>0 oor , \ VOU eAVO YOG Rex Morgan, M.B. Sylvia SHAMELESS, r j GOT HE/? in THE/?E. ...VOUVS MERES'V P/PN'T 1? OVER * s/ze s/x IN you* L/PE .' THAT WOMAH TO I.O5E VV£/GHT.,./(NP '•/M GOIWG TO HELP Hgf?.'

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