Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 17, 1988 · Page 18
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 18

Logansport, Indiana
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Thursday, March 17, 1988
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Page 18 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Thursday, March 17, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie I JUST SIGNED THE MC.LAUSHLIN cof-rtRAci HERE COMES THE BOSS K AND HE'S ON A RAMPfcSE WHAT'S THE CONSTITUT/ON, PAPf IMPORTANT EXCELLENT. 1 • EXCELLENT.' )(/ PIECE OF THAT GUARANTEES Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby THAT LITTLE GENETICS ITS NEARLY CARK. \ HEY., MARTINS WILL ) SOME- BE HERE ONE SOON. THE ENGINE/ ,.,WE CAN BRIWG THIS BABY BACK TO r ^ / UFE' J FORTUNATELY, SPIKE ISN'T A VERY CLEVER MECHANIC. IF I RECONNECT THIS WIRE MERE... NOW I LL OPEN THE THROTTLE/ Beetle Bailey WHAT PIFFERENCE POES IT MAKE? THE PIMIMS HALL HAS A NO-SMOKIMS SECTION HOW Garfield WHEN I'M EATING, I FANTASIZE ABOUT SLEEP. WHEN I SLEEP, t FANTASIZE ABOUT E.ATIN& 1 HAVE AN ACTIVE FANTA6V LIFE IT SAVS HERE , AN ACTIVE FANTA5V LIFE CAN IMPROVE s-^ YOUR PERSONALITY Peanuts YOUR FAMILY V MY PAP NEVER HAP / BURIEP A BONE A FARM., ( ONCE IN A VACANT LOT When I was very young,we lost the family farm. I came from a very poor family. Hartland Rex Morgan YES---AND HE WAS AS RELIEVED AS I WAS, LIMPA/ I PISCOVERED THAT HE'S BEEN TRYING TO HAVE VOU BE SEEN BY A PHYSICIAN FOR THE PAST THREE WEEKS--BUT YOU WOULDN'T DO |T.' BY THE WAY, ERIC PHOMED WHILE YOU WEgE N BEING EXAMINED BY DR. MORGAN/ I INVITED HIM OVER TO HAVE DINNER WITH US / HE - ' SHOULP BE HERE ANV MINUTE NOW.' THERE ARE TIMES WHEN I POHT UNDER 5TAWD VOL! AT ALL, PAR LING.' Born Loser A glfe SWOT OPrue AN IMVK>TAW IPOWTWAWTA Lockhorns Crossword By Thomas Joseph © King Feaiures Syndicate, Inc. Hagar the Horrible YoU/z &OL.V 0/21 YOU MAT po "HE DRANK SO MUCH UA6T NIGHT HE FELL ASLEEP A6 SOON AS HIS HEAD HIT THE FLOOR. ACROSS 1 Camel's back- breaker 6 Part of a. inin. 9 Crown 10 Contents of a bog 12 Bay window 13 Apportion 15 Stylus 16 Sandra Day ™ O'Connor's 7 Llver concern 18 "— to a Nightingale" 19 Long 21 Emulated 44 Word to the captain 45 N.Y.C.'s Boss — DOWN 1 Street sign 2 Trunk item 3 Pluvious 4 "We — not amused" 5 Small kangaroo 6 Large brood 8 Of heat 11 Thus far 14 Belief 17 Bach's " — of Yesterday's Answer 24 "...thy— 31 Trumpet they comfort me" 25 Stick alternative 26 Cleaning product 27 Mussolini, the Fugue" «jiiiwteiLi.,i_i rt/» nr »i ^*o' Sebastian f,0 Wyatt - 29 Chinese 23 Co-worker export sound 32 Commerce 36 Heavenly being (Pr.) 37 Caution 39 Actress, Susan — 41 — and improved Coe 22 Baryshnikov's grp. 23 Arachnid 24 Ghostly 27 Part of a diamond 28 Pound down 29 Make lace 30 Inlet 31 Assail 33 To's (jpposite 34 Varnish ingredient 35 Stadium cheer 38 "Barbar- ella" star 40 Witless 42 Row 43 Marsh plant DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES — Here's how to work it: Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad an buy something YOU do need. Horoscope FOR FRIDAY, MARCH IS. UWH What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. 3/17 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: ARIES (Mar. 2Ho Apr. 19) Though long-range prospects are good for your career, you probably shouldn't try to force things at present. Wait until those on top are in a better mood, TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Some obstacles to your plans could crop up now, but you are on the right track. For some, an opportunity lies away from home. Publishing interests prosper. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) It's not a good time to leu;) or borrow money, but things are shaping up regarding long-range security. Financial backing will soon He available. CANCER (.June21 to.July 22) Partners may seem a bit dilTicult to get along with now or you face some extra responsibilities. Fortunate developments occur in connection witli groups. LEO (July 2:i to Aug. 22) Though all the details won't fall into place right now, a wonderful career opportunity may present itself. Concentration on routine may lie difficult. VIRGO (Aug. 213 to Sept. 22) Problems in love or with offspring could dampen your mood a bit today. Still, you do see a light at the end of the tunnel. Faith works miracles now. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Problems with a family member could interfere with social plans. You may feel a relative is trying to run your life now. Properly interests are favored, though. SCORPIO (Oct. 2H to Nov. 21) It may be that you've taken on more than you can safely handle, but help is there for the asking. A contract could be signed now. Some collaborate. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dee. 21) There may not he its much money available for pleasure pursuits as you'd like right now. but work prospects are very promising. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 1!>) You could be a bit heavy-handed with a family member today. Going out for a break in routine would do you a world of good. Find ways to unwind and relax. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. IS) It's not a good day for getting your ideas across to others, but studying and research are favored. Rumors make the rounds now. Home life is a plus for you. PISCKS (Feb l!)lo Mar. 2(1) An old friend will soon play a mure important role in your life. It's a poor time, though, in become financially involved with others Safeguard assets. CRYPTOQUOTE 3-17 S K U Q W Cj G E A S C E W S R Q D U Q A G S K U C R U E G - HZ S K 'U U I U , " Q W Q G U I U G L. A/I. Boyd E W U GNQRQAP." — EAHA Yesterday's Cryptoquote: THE ROARING OF THE WIND IS MY WIFE AND THE STARS THROUGH THE WINDOW PANE ARE MY CHILDREN. — JOHN KEATS BUFFALO BILL Monarchs of Ihe British Empire proceeded to a royal box at the opera from time to time, but for centuries they went nowhere else to be amused. All invited entertainers, rather, visited them - to put on that prestigious event known as the 'command performance." Then along came America's Buffalo Bill,, the first in history to break the patient If Queen Victoria wanted to see his oversized Wild West Show with its cowboy riders, Indians and stagecoaches, she'd just have to go to him, he said. She went. Q. Is it true you can estimate the age of a Los Angeles Ram by the dents in his helmet? A. What is true is you can es- timate the age of a bighorn rarn by the growth rings on his headgear. Ancient Peruvian Indians at bitter cold altitudes in the Andes beat their frozen potatoes into pulp and ground the pulp into powder. It kept. They reconstituted it just by mixing In a little water. Think of That! Long before Cotumbus discovered America, freeze-dried instant mashed potatoes.

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