Page 14 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 15, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie WHAT A RAX/ I'M REALLY HEY; MOBCCY'S HOME.' I CAM TAKE A QUICK MAP/ MY WORK' CLOTHES/ LO\S A MlHP REAPER. 1 IT'S THE GREATEST PRODUCT THE WORLD HAS EVER KNOWN OH NO, I PORSOT TO BRING IT.' Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby IT VENTS' AN HAVE YOU PfCKEP UP ROLLO'S MAN IN THE" SPEEV- BOAT YET, COMMANPER ? WE'VE SOT HIM ON KAPAK, FRANK. HE'S HEAPING EAST- NORTHEAST AT 15 KNOTS... HE'LL REACH THE 'FORTUNE'- IN ABOUT AN HOUR Beetle Bailey UNFORTUNATELY, BEETLE HEARP ABOUT IT THF ARMY ALLOWS USB OF COSMETICS ANP HAIR5TVLINC3 Garfield OH, THAT'S OUR COFFEE. OUR TEA TA5TE6 LIKE TRANSMISSION FUJIP WHAT POE.6 IT TASTE LIKE? IRMAJ5THI5 TE.A OR COFFE.E? Peanuts [ HEAR I SOT TRAPEP BACK,CHARLE5,50IJUST WANTS? TO SAY 600PBYE.. I6UE55IWASNT/WO1HELP TO VOUR BASEBALL TEAM ..I PIPN'T SCORE A SINGLE 60AL I NEVER EVEN MAP£ A FREE THROU).. Hartland ...TO CAN ROW! AliW HAVE Rex Morgan IT'S POSSIBLE THAT WHEW YOU FELL IN. -THE SHOWER, you MIGHT JMVE FRACTURED A RIB, LINDA/ 1 PO WANT YOU TO HAVE AN WEU-TUSTTELL HETF J WANT YOU TO , HAVE A ROUTINE CHEST X-KAV.' PLEASE DOKI'TTELL MOTHER THAT YOU THINK I MAY HAVE A FRACTURE/ IT WOULD PAKIIC HER/ IT FEELS MUCH &ETTER NOW, PR, MORGAN/ Born Loser ., m, NQ,,CDH'T YOU SFEA£ EN6LISH? ITHOU6HT CONT «- ~G Lockhorns Crossword Hagar the Horrfble \ U6ED TO THINK HE HAD A FRANK AND OPEN COUNTENANCE. NOW I THINK HE HAS A BLANK 6TARE." Bv Thomas Joseph © King Features Syndicate, Inc. ACROSS 2 Like George 1 Basketball Apley 3 Greeting for Maria? 4 Lenity 5 Radioactive stuff 6 Seed coating 7 Child 8 Nice soul 9 Malay gibbon 10 Gerbi), to some 16 Atelier sight 17 Shade of blue 18 Glazier's item Yesterday's Answer 22 Fruit type 36 PBS 23 Swing about 25 Perform a bank program 37 Eager 38 Cargo weight service 39 Actor 27 Magazine s Morita desid- 40 Macao eratum co j n 30 Crumpet 4! P i ace companion f or 34 Wipe out an 35 Musical orchestra notes 43 Capture dunk type 5 Homicidal 10 Italian river 11 Oeno- phile's delight 12 Computer key word 13 1.0567 quarts 14 Start of a hole 15 "— Me Madam" 17 Neophyte 18 Foot (prefix) 21 Church part 24 Calif, city 19 Gaelic 26 Arctic 20 Forest, 28 Up-tight creature 29 Good-luck 21 Armadillo piece 31 Poet's "at no time" 32 Sandpiper 33 Want 35 Regan's dad 36 One of the Coles 39 Fruit; tree 42 From the beginning (Lat.) 44 Spanish city 45 Red cedar 46 Bottom line 47 Zounds! DOWN 1 Triangle ratio DAILY CR YPTOQUOTES - Here's bow to work it: 3 ' 15 AXYDLBAAXR isLONGFELLOW One letter stands for another. In this sample A is used for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all hints. Each day the code letters are different. DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES - Here's how to work it: CRYPTOQUOTE 3-15 FZK, DLSAN DVV, WPJS AIANKXBA VTRA WPJTQ? SZDS SZAK DNA WTJJTBY JXWASZTBY TJ CPJS SZA (WPJTQ) VXIAN'J XOTBTXB. — BAU NXNAW Yesterday's Cryptoquote: THE MOB HAS MANY HEADS BUT NO BRAINS. — THOMAS FULLER Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad an buy something vou do need. Horoscope FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 16, 1988 What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read thc forecast given for your birth sign. ARIES (Mar. 2 Ho Apr. 19) An important research project may begin now. Important developments happen to you today regarding income and position, but don't advertise your accomplishments yet. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) You'll be making some new friends now. It's a delightful day for social activities and making plans to visit those who live far away. Your popularity rises. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Today's happy business developments are just the beginning of what should be a very productive period for you. Behind-the-scenes connections pull for you. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) HIS You'll want to visit friends you haven't seen for a while. Collaborative efforts are favored now. Luck is with you regarding publishing and education. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Decisions are made now affecting long-range financial security. Investigate retirement plans, IRAs, and the refinancing of current loans. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) You'll be spending more time with a partner in the near future. Today puts a happy emphasis on romance for those eligible. Be sure to accept invitations to go out. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Q|C fp!G It's a beneficial day for both domestic and job interests. Some accept a free-lance assignment. Income should improve now. News comes from an aunt or uncle. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Be willing to take a chance on your creative talents. A romantic introduction comes in a surprising .way. Existing ties will find this a day of special closeness. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You may do some shopping for the home now or change the arrangement of some of your furnishings. A lovely gift may come from a family member. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) You can be sure you'll receive a good response when you make those important phone calls today. Char- isma, self-cxprcssivcnt'ss, and creativity are accented. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) You may find just what you're looking for in an out -of-ihe-way shop. A career project is brought to a successful conclusion. Finances should improve now. PISCES (Feb. 1!) to Mar. 20) It's 'A day meant for group activities and socializing with friends. Home may decide to join a club today. Personal charm and popularity are at a peak. IF BORN TODAY you have a natural interest, in society and its problems and are drawn to reform. You work better on your own than in partnership. L.M.Boyd MfSTRESS DORCAS Will bet you a small unspecified sum your old American History teacher taught you nothing about Dorcas Griffith. She was known in the biblical sense to John Man- cock, whose name so prominently adorns the Declaration of Independence. He'd been going with another young lady for 10 years. Later he married Dolly Qulncy. But in between, there was the lively Mistress Dorcas, who kept a liquor shop and knew how to entertain. Among the Softool programs offered in one British penal institution was a course in scaffold construction. A student studied it carefully, and built a scaffold to escape over a 16-foot fence. Off the lobby of a women's dormitory at the University of Min- nesota are little rooms where the coeds meet their dates. Mush Rooms, the girls call them. Wheelchairs came before roller skates by about 100 years, and roller skates came before bicycles by almost that long. Q. What looks like a light pink rain falls on Miami sometimes In the summer. What causes that? A. African dust.
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