That's Jakarta, With A Capital 'J' Every answer is the name of a world capital. You'll be given clues to its phonetic parts, and you name the capital. For example, given the clues "person from Bangkok" and "salary," the answer would be Taipei ("Thai" plus "pay").

## That's Jakarta, With A Capital 'J'

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That's Jakarta, With A Capital 'J'

# That's Jakarta, With A Capital 'J'

## That's Jakarta, With A Capital 'J'

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On-Air Challenge: Every answer is the name of a world capital. You'll be given clues to its phonetic parts, and you name the capital. For example, given the clues "person from Bangkok" and "salary," the answer would be Taipei ("Thai" plus "pay").

Last Week's Challenge From Listener Jack Lechner: Name two different kinds of wool. Take the first five letters of one, followed by the last three letters of the other, and the result will spell the first and last name of a famous actor. Who is it?

Answer: "Al Pacino" can be formed from the first five letters of "alpaca" and the last three letters of "merino."

Winner: Charles Eugene of Marina, Calif.

Next Week's Challenge From Listener Eli Blake of Joseph City, Ariz.: Take the names of two state capitals. Change one letter in each one, resulting in a phrase naming someone you will see soon on TV. Who is it? (Hint: You don't really have to know anything about TV to solve this puzzle.)