Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana on March 18, 1988 · Page 14
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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 14

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, March 18, 1988
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:Page 14 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, March 18, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie / RAP, 90 YOU I £V£R TrW OF \ ACTING \. A KIP */ pd soVtTX/N© TOTALLY FOP NO 000/7 REA50M JUST FOR THE «W OF IT? MY SISTER WAS A PRACTICAL NURSE BUT SUB MARRIEP A PATIENT AND RETIRED HE WAS A 9O-VEAR-OUO _, MILLIONAIRE WELL THAT'S CERTAINLY PRACTICAL Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby SIR? ON THE RAPAR... THE 'FORTUNE,.' SHE'S UN PER WAY/ I'LL TAKE E OF KIRBY ONCE ANPFO/5 ALL/ i of PHIL ALREADY. ITS KIRBX/ QUICK...TAKE THE HELM.WEVE 6OT TO KEEP HER IN POSITION/ Beetle Bailey THERES A JOHN IM THE ENLISTEE? MEM'S CLUB LOOK WHO THINKS THEY'RE 5OME8OPY I HAVE TO GO TO THE BATHROOM Garfield GARFIELt? HAVE VOO EVER IMAGINE!? VOUR6ELF A5 RE.ALLV WONG AGAIN? YEARS OF EXPERIENCE5 VET TO BE LIVEP. VEAR5 OF FUN <VET VEAR6 OF VET TO BE Peanuts TWO AWI7 A HALF REVOLUTIONS... I U5EP TO PO BETTER THAN THAT., Hartfand K1TON6W&? ISAOISA5IEK AREA! [i Rex Morgan f YOUR DAD CALLED ME FROM CHICAGO THIS ME SAlP JT APPEARS THAT ERIC'S AGENT WILL BE SIGNING HIM TO A FIVE-XEAR CONTRACT IN THE. AMOUNT OF MILLION TO PLAV PROFESSIONAL FOOTBALL.' ISN'T THAT FANTASTIC"? YOU KNOW, DARLIM6—YOU'RE A VERY FORTUNATE VOUW6 WO/ttAM.' XCU HAVE A &OOP EDUCATION ANt> A GOOD CJOB--- AhJD, BEST OF ALL, A FIANCE WHO ADOpgs YOU ' Born Loser (a>YAY 5T-6AY! vrr" ii Lockhorns Crossword Hagar the Horrible IT SAYS TUT ALL YOUR "HE'S MY MID-LIFE CRISIS 1 ." Yesterday's Answer 22 Woody Allen 30 Actress- singer, — Cara 31 Honey badger 33 Gary — 36 Matter (Law) Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad and buy somthingyou do need. TOR SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1988 By Thomas Joseph © King Fealures Syndicate, Inc. '! ACROSS 1: 1 "Rosebud," f! for one J; 5 Tiff ;• 9 Spelunker's •i concern 1 10 Grand's ji little f; cousin ;i!2 So be it I'll3 CBer's ij alias {!l 4 60 sees »!15 Coal 11 scuttle Jil6—de f J France 1117 Mere h chatter I'19 — Tin Tin DOWN 1 Disney dog 2 Greek city 3 Happening 4 Cub Scout group 5 Hooked nail 6 Kegler's target. 7 Firedog 8 Forceful 10 Songster, film Hobby — 23 Plot 11 Minuscule secretly 15 "Now — 24 Whistle this" sound 18 "Don't 25 Kasparov's do game —. !" 26 Ultima ts20 It's thrown 21 ' ror , soria i 29 Eagle's ;J21 >i22 Wound's f! aftermath £j24 Sharp taste | i25 Coagulate >J26 High place •J27 Layer ) i28 Empty talk (si.) f. 32 Smooth iJ33Hovei' >J34 — of Good ;' Feeling ;..35 Helix '•{37 Guitar pail ''38 Harsh [<39 "— Kleine Nachtmusik" '40 Take five 541 Rod's partner Horoscope J DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES — Here's how to work it: 3/18 AXYDLBAAXR isLONGFELLOW ' One letter stands for another. In this sample A is used J for the three L's, X for the two O's, etc. Single letters, J apostrophes, the length and formation of the words are all ;j hints. Each day the code letters are different. [l ;.<! 3 CRYPTOQUOTE If 3-18 What kind of day will tomorrow be? To forecast given for ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr, 19) You're in a rush to make things happen in your career, but you may come on too strong and antagonize others. Downplay ego and try not to force issues today. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Further planning is needed regarding a trip. Advice you give now would not be well-received. Don't try to impose your standards on others. Live and let, live. GEMINI (May 2llo .June 20) You may have a short temper today. An argument could arise with a • friend over a financial matter. Be careful in your use of credit. find out what the stars say, read the your birth sign. CANCER (.June 21 to .July 22) Partners have their say now. Be attentive and don't argue about a career concern. A tendency to be moody now will work against your best interests. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) You may be agitated about a career matter, hut there's little of positive value you can accomplish now. In this instance, tomorrow really i.s a better day i'or you. VIRGO (Aug.23toSept.22) A child could be a handful now. Forgo gambling and taking risks with capital or credit. Try not. to quarrel with a companion tonight. Romance is iffy. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to (Jet. 22) You're a natural peacemaker, but today you could be drawn into an argument over a domestic mailer. With partners the need is strong now for compromise and diplomacy. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Temperament could undermine job efficiency now. Extra attenlion should be paid to details. Curb impatience and don't, be drawn into a conflict with a co-worker. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) You're in the mood for fun and good times, but arc prone to spend money as if it were going out of style. CAPRICORN (f)ec.22to.!an. 19) Guard agi;ist any tendency to be bossy with family members. Some domestic problems have to be dealt with now. .lust make sure that you're not the problem! AQUARIUS (.Ian. 20 to Feb. 18) It's a day !<> pay extra attention to traffic rules when driving. Try nol to take too much offense at someone's mnmsidcrale remark. PISCES (Feb. 19toMar.20) It's not the best day for socializing. A dispute with a friend could arise over a financial mailer. You'll be <juick to lake offense if aiuone crosses you now. L (> Q D O U T D I' O P T Z Q Y P A G L P O T N P G T A Z L P P L P Q L L. M. Boyd SQ DP AT M Y N O J L T Z Q Y P >{T H A . — L A E V Y P Q 1 N T M L N U Jj Yesterday's Cryptoquote: THE IRIS IS THE PLEAS- 3 ANT PART OF THE EYE, LIKE IN "IRIS EYES ARE 'J SMILING." —ANON ONE-WAY STREET You don't just double a street's capacity by making it one-day. You triple even quadruple it. An elephant's brain weighs five times as much as yours or mine. At age 9, the average girl weighs half as much as her grownup weight. Average boy doesn't get to that halfway weight until age 11. To wake up a 'possum playing 'possum, you have to throw it into water. The great elephant Jumbo was so called for a reason: Jumbo is a Swahili word meaning "chief." POISON Many a sorrowful soul was poisoned In bygone centuries, but murderous poisoners were extremely rare. Mostly, poisonings were unintentional. From food gone bad. Salmonella. But that was too mysterious. Historical fiction put tubes of toxin In every purse and pocket. And blameless widows were eyed with huge suspicion. People believed devoutly In murder by poison even as they believed in witches. Eventually, though, as more and more refrigerators were sold worldwide, fewer and fewer mystery writers chose poison as their murder weapon. Big seller in sports equipment lately is said to be the pre-oiled softball glove.

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