Independent from Long Beach, California on March 18, 1976 · Page 38
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B-8-INDEPENDENT (AM) PRESS-TELEGRAM (PM) h. C.IH.. TI.UH.. B C By Johnny Hart I'll ABNER KCV rr Wrs WOKS LIKE A TIRE PUMfj HCOKEO UP TO A ·'..MISS PEACH By Mell Lazarus THIS IS TH' ) MOST TANTALIZIN' ^ X RAMCE" AH KNOWS V 8y Al Copp I SCHOOL c u for . ivi Pro w.-th 6-iPLS MEET HBfT NEEP^, FULFILL ALL HER OKEAM5, HOFK, AMITIOH5... " H£K HXAL PEK-tOHineP, ANP COMB TO I EYEKVTHIN6 ANP WONDERFUL r\ WORK, BUY HER I N LIFE. - - - - - - - ANIMAL CRACKERS By Rog Bowen . _ . ISALLFALLIf. DOW-SPUTTIN' LAUGH/NJ'?2r 3£T TUMBLEWEEDS By Tom K. Ftyon '"-\ WHAT AN HOMOR (T IS FOR ME TO PC APPRO/CHEF PYTHE ANCESTOR OF NOW.E MOWTEZUMA1 A. OH, PY-THE-PY, WLORP, PIP \OJ KHOW 6OOP O: MONTEOIMA HAP coui\rri«s HUMANS SACRIFICE? TO HIS (30(75? MAR TRAIL By Ed Dodd VOU BE 3OtNG ALL OUT DAD... I'VE NEVER 5EEW YOU SO DRESSED UP' Tt-ICrSe EXPERTS LOHO CLAIM THAT TO* MVI*.. .NOU HAVEW'T PUSHING HARD FOR THE ATOM TO SOLUE DOC... MBS. MOKGAH CWAM6ED A BIT IH FIFTY VEARS/ STEP OR= A CO(?B TOMORROW LOO SMALL., APE TCO GREAT A - NEITHER HAVE YOU CORA...VOU'E£ JUST AS parrry AS EVEB.' Brad Anderson DENNIS THE'MENACE By Hank Ketchum MARMADUKE DONALD DUCK By Walt Disney By Paul Sellers TELLS ME THAT THERE I? A 6PAVE, ECONOMIC 'r Ihf contact slu-lf paper you Iwufjhl? Well Marmaduke found it!' ONE FOR THE BIRDS.AND ONE FOR THE KID AND OWE FOR HIS CAT, AND ONE- FOR TO GROW- NEW HAMPSHIRE By Sounders Overgard C T U A 0 W 0 P N A M CROSSWORD PUZZLE WHAT KIND OF A ROUST HE WON'T BE ABOUT TO TELL fMTRYIMSTO. THIS ? SO, 6OIW TO THE IASALLE N40TEL, A CHICK BUMPED HER HEAP.' I SOT AM INSURANCE THINK.'-SHE MUTTERED THIW6 ABOUT K6R PUIMI / AMD THE' u$. DUkE/ --BUT OH-MO/--WUHAO HER JU5TOWE MORE TIME. 27 Shakcspoar. win spirit 28 Tnblul.nirls 29 Konts poem 31 ttockov loam 32 Black 33 Unconscious condition 34 Flower p-irt 37 Pain Aotjrossrvo ACROSS 1 Unjn 8 Hkxid fluids 15 Sunoosling war 15 msort 17 Sponsored lijiinuo .18 Lafl out 19 Interwoven Wearing a cloak 22 Swbogor Canxiron 23 La'apalooia Woasol's cousin 25 Fl ooi ing 26 Fomalo 47 Companion 48 Irlonlhy shkk( 49 Varnisl] in- 13 Tinyinler- slicus 14 L.cnsl happy 21 Fgyplian solar (juity 24 Not)hbOf of Taurus 25 AmariJIo resident 27 Pipo material 28 Qalcic pott 30 Its capitol is Sana 31 Marsh bkd 33 Dissimilar, lly 34 Cork 35 Minrtoio buffalo 36 Etoimri 37 Healthy- minded 38 Causing to weo* away 39 Rosenirh stiicliint group 40 Rock IhrowtMS 42 Afi.can 4f) Wostetn group if, Sport fishes 48 Sky:Fr. 43 LosAngdos hnemcn 51 Urbanit6 53 C N N N II A E E D R I L 60 PunclfiotiE 62 Poisonous compCHind 4 LnastiM licnll 55 FIuss. walet nealw 56 Steals cnlt*n i7 Pitchers SHE'S DEAD/--WAMT TO SEE SOME VERY UNPRETTV PICTURES? 4? Kiel, 43 Saluraln flat 44 Srgnof Ihmosto conia 45 Boor mejs uros 46 IsVo o Perry PuijlB Solved: nltructions: Hidden wofds balow ipp«ar forward, back- wird, up, down or diagonally. Find each and box it In. '' By Dick Brooks JACKSON TV/INS Concord Purple Lilac White Mountains Exeter Purple Finch Granite State Weare Merrlmack Daniel Webster Nashua White Birch Wlnnipesaukee Tomorrow: Italian Republic DOWN 1 Collapse inwardly 2 of Ine Ams ion 3 Go Forward 4 Thorough 5 Marto up stories 6 nocomo flnbby 7 Novdmtwr ovcnl 8 Cause to movo 9 Certain lannery IH.CPSN Y W-CATSTHAT UP PEAC6 \ THAT I SMJ56 TWXe CM . CH9U3WUP NO.TVWr 1DU PUSMHWiTOVVOtTE --: CUT THC PONTS IN HTS OMPMOrM ON A SWSET XXI WMCW, SOAU-TV«KneS t3ET UH (SOT H« cAwnwsw cxrr LINED NHT JHCOI4O SCOPES Forecast for Friday bfrtndiy t o d a y : n) nro^ autnni.Tlic. Your By Bob Montana yixir ag with getting il to a good stop- point. Update recorrfs. mir evening is for a social . . - . You speak more fluently than usual. T more listening. Ask ' others lo explain how they're oing tn get whal they wanl. .ntcrtainment has top billing. Scorpio (Art. O-Nov. Jl): A bargain is available if you'll check it mil thoroughly. Put in applications and bids, © 1976 by Chteago Tribune N.Y. News Synd Inc All Rights Reserved Year Smooth almost -preferences f.n naturally with available benefits i( you're slill at or near your birthplace. More elaborate or sophisticated patterns turn up if you've relocated. The main challenge is to skip the uncon- stnirtive. Today s n a t i v e s accumulate items that are more useful lo others. Ariei March It-April 19): Sort out tangles and bring your workwee* lo an orderly close instead of spreading out lo begin ambitious new projects. Taurus (April JO-May 20): Negotiate your way wit of a deadlock, retire obligations and reconcile differences. You can coast along, so devote plenty of thought lo health care. Gemini (May 21-June 241: Accept duplication or repcti- liin as normal or even beneficial. You understand Ihe story in another light. Nobody seems lo have any topic in focus. Cancer (Jon? JUary 22): Work out final items of unfinished routines and clear Ine way for a pleasant weekend, few people show adenuate enersy. Slay away from their depressing effect l.eo IJoly 23-Ang. 22): Bridging communications Raps becomes interesting as well as important. Try using - -- · ' - - what . Senile persuasion for ynu really vfant. Do chores first. your applications and bids, particularly where greal distances are involved. SarJtlarltei Nev. 21): Hold down restlessness and enjoy what you have. Finish existing projects to clear enough space lo maVe room lor a hifigcr one. Gel extra rest while dreaming of plans. Capricom (D«. 22-Jan. H): If something important Is in the works, today is for review. i»( for formal presentation. Recap recent progress tu make sure you haven t passed up an opportunity. Aqnarios (Jan. 20-Fr. 18): It's Sack lo business as usual, with no reference to yesterday's happenings. The briefer vonr answer, the better. Slick to the point. Ptacea (Feb. l*-M«rcli 2«): Put personalities aside. I'M every chance to catch up on business communications. You learn more by listening to others' versions ol the story. WEE PALS By Morrie Turner SURE, SHE EVEN! TH*rs HOCKEY wautwnc*/ GAVE ME THIS ' TO PLAY IT

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