Page 10 Hi & Lois Pharos-Tribune, Logonsport, Indiana, Monday, March 21, 1988 Blondie W0_L,P!P VoU F/NP/W- ) THINS WE CAH LOOK AT I r ;, —^ J ^5, PEAR REALLY A SUPER MEAL,MO« SOMETIMES ViDROS JUST SET IN THE WAV Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby LOTTIE op POYOU WANT US TO CLOSE ON HER NEGATIVE, COMMANPEK... JUST STAY CLOSE UNTIL WE KNOW WHATS SOWS UP TO? HE'S RUNNIN' AWAY FROM WINE - BEER " DELI» Beetle Bailey YOU'LL N&VER 6E A SUCCESS UNTIL WILLING TO (SO THE E-XTRA INCH... WHEKEP BEETLE &0? SUCCESSFUL MEN ALSO GO THE EXTRA VARP... THE EXTRA MILE/ I SAW HIM ABOUT A MILE FROM HERE Garffeld &OOP MORNING-, GARFIELP. I FlXEP VOO EGGS, BACON,CINNAMON ROLLS ANP HOT COFFEE NICE TRV,dON. VOO ALMOST GOT ME 0 P ON A Peanuts FOR l SHOW ANP TELL TOPAY, I HAVE BROU6MT MY NEW "PKAVIN6POLL" YOU WILL MOTE THAT HER WANP5 ARE HELP TOGETHER IN A PRAYIN6 POSITION BY VELCRO..ARE THERE AMY QUESTIONS? NO, I PO NOT BELIEVE VELCRO15 MENTIONED ANYWHERE INTHE NEW TESTAMENT Hart/and Rex Morgan YOUR FIANCE HAS BEEKJ HERE T. FOR 20 /MINUTES, PARL/NG.' —• ISN'T IT TIME YOU CA/KE To CiR£&r HMt? / CAW YOU TAKE A 1 ^ LINDA WILL HERE JUST SOON AS SHE'S MADE FRETTV ENOUGH FOR yo<J ERIC .' LINDA IN THE BEDROO// AFTER ERiC ARRIVES, SALLARD CHECKS OKI FROM YOUR COOKING COME OUT FRONT WITH ME, AIRS' I'LL BE OUT IN A M/NUTE, MOTHER / Born Loser RI6HT 228 NOW6QARDIM6 FORIT5FIHAL Crossword Lockhorns By Thomas Joseph © King Features Syndicate, Inc DOWN I Hoofing material Hagar the Horrible IT STAJZTEP WiTM TALKING TO HOU5EPLANTS "AND NOW, FOR A WELCOME BIT OF COMIC RELIEF DESSERT." Saturday's Answer Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad an buy something you do need. ACROSS 1 Barbershop need 6 Indian title 11 Tropical vine. 12 Keep away from 13 Fiery crime 14 Inhibit 15 Do better 16"<;otcha!" 18 TV emcee Ron 19 Idea 24 "...a dagger I — before me?" 25 Hodgepodge 26 Ancient Roman port 29 Like brine 30 Pinocehio, at times 31 Word with jet or chess 32 Indigenous 34 Palm leaf 37 Be human? 38 Sheni's son 39 Suit 43 African antelope 45 Share and share — 46 Trace 47 Hash house 48 "The Sons of Katie 3 Sfnitrhy 4 Voko — 5 6 Auto type 7 Bristol brew 8 Shanty 22 Stone 23 Rubber duck, e.g. 9 Chemical 24 Old f.itk suffix 10 Ending for rub or fib 17 A long row to 20 Paint layer 21 Building wing 26 ()ld-t ime comic < )Isen 27 Deadly one? 28 Thomas Lincoln's nickname 29 Conceal 31 Waller Scott's title 33 39.37 inches 34 Swedish island 35 Fencing move 36 Viper 39 "The — Seed" 40 Yale man 41 Half a sawhuck 42 Lardner'.s "Alibi — " 44 "Diamond 18 26 30 42 33 20 48 44 38 23 10 35 Horoscope FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 1988 What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES — Here's how to work it: 3/21 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. CRYPTOQUOTES I W J H V U C G F N I M V K M G K Q M J C U B C N I K P B S R I V U P V K M Q J S B V H U C M H .) C I! M .) R R O D K V B O K R M H K A G ,J P Q V K M MNP M H J C H M I K R K P B K U N W W . — X N U I) J Q ,1 Z M Saturday's Cryptoquote: NO PERSON CAN BE CONSIDERED A FAILURE WHO HAS BEEN THE CAUSE OF A CHILD'S LAUGHTER. — GEORGE T. ROBEY, JR. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You'll meet with some delays or obstacles in your career, so patience and perservence are needed today. Negotiations are liable to stall over details. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Your philosophy of life is tested in some way. Care is required in the handling of finances now. Snags could occur regarding a travel or educational concern. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) W?P You could be a bit undecided about a career matter. Treat higher-ups with the proper respect. It's not the best day for raising capital. Keep track of records. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Work goes best from behind the scenes. Try not to let a partnership matter get you down now. Don't let sensitivities get the best of you during the evening hours. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) *CTT Distant interests are favored today, but responsibilities in connection with work may interfere with social plans. A minor disagreement could occur with a friend. VIRGO .. (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) 3BE Expenses could arise regarding children today. Business and pleasure do not mix to your advantage, but some career gains will be made. Don't be critical late p.m. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Some home matters need tending now. Pay extra attention to details at work. Don't skim the surface. Couples may make plans for a weekend trip. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Morning hours are best for job accomplishment. Paperwork may seem heavy or tedious. Financial negotiations are complicated. Be more understanding of a child. SAGITTARIUS -. (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Sfv Don't let money concerns keep you from having fun today. Make plans for an outing with a close tie. Toward nightfall avoid bickering about incon- sequentials. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Today you may feel there's just too much to do. Focus your energies on doing one thing at a time. Try not to be bothered over little things AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) £5?! Creative pursuits are accented now, but you may be holding yourself back through lack of self-confidence. Don't blow a money concern out of proportion. PISCES (Feb. 19 to Mar. 20) An old friend doesn't, seem very sympathetic today. Shopping for the home is favored, hut, try to avoid domestic quarrels late in the day. Don't be touchy. IF BORN TODAY you are intuitive and introspective. L. M. Boyd Q. What do you call a @? A. The "at" sign? Only name I've ever heard for it. Redbook magazine in 1975 concluded from its own survey of 100,000 women that "Sex and religion seems to be a marriage made In heaven." It reported "the religious female is the most sexually satisfied, the most sexually active...woman in the country." The W. S. Gilbert of the renowned Gilbert and Sullivan team buift a tennis court on his estate. And played often. But rarely won. He hrt the bal! too hard. He refused to develop that thing called "touch." To improve his score, he had the court lengthened. GOOD-LOOKING WOMAN If she was a good-looking woman in 16th century England, she was called a "broad." Q. Who were the only two men in history to have coins named in their honor? A. Simon Bolivar - the "bolivar of Venezuela. Christopher Columbus - the "colon" of El Salvador and Costa Rica. How come northbound robins average 50 miles a day while southbound robins only average 30 miles a day? Ireland's Irish eat seaweed to fight the common cold.
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