Page 14 Phdros-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 22, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie HE U- POLISH M OOPS, OFF "ME ROAST >t>U! THAT'S I'M SURE < i NOW IT WAS MY y YOU'BE IMAGINATION <l TALKING gur TELL ME 5H£ HIP IT A NOISE (BETTER NOT BURSLAH...) U30SB IN THE COWNSTAIRS... WAKE Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby THE 'FORTUNE f,, SHE'S GOIN' IN A CIRCLE... SOMETHIN'S WRONG.. SP/KE"S GOT A GUN,.. STAY BEHINP THAT ENGINE.' THIS KIRBY'S A PANGEROUS MAM. THE SOONER FINISH HIM BETTER/ Beetle Bailey I BETTER GET AHEAP OFHHR/ ©IMME AM ALE, EVERY TIME.' FULL BOPIEP/ TOUSH/ WHAMMO/ WHAT5 ALL THE JABBER OUT HERE? PISCUSSIH6 IMPORTANT BUSINESS, RI&HT. you NEEP PUKICH. ZAPPO/ MOST LI6HT BEERS ARE LOUSY. NO BITE. NO POW RIGHT. COLOREP WATER Garfiefd BUT, LET'S 5AV THAT MIXER WA6 RUNNING 4T THE TIME.. VOU HAVE NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT, /MR. ARBUCKLE LICKING- THE BEATERS ON A CAKE /MIXER CAN'T P065I&LV HARM MOOR CAT Peanuts 5EE MOW SHE HOLP5 HER HANDS TOGETHER? GOP 15 PLEA5EP WITH HER..I THINK HOW 5HOULP 1 KNOW H / THIS IS MY "PRAYING DOLL" 1 V Harttand Rex Morgan MEANWHILE, IN CHICAGO IT'S DARK BUT I WANT YOU TO SEE WHAT I BOUGHT MRS. BALLARp.' IT WILL BE HER WEDDIM6 BELIEVE ME, HE'S WORTH EVERY OF r ---ANP MORE 1 SEE WHERE VOUf? IN-LAW IS 5I6NIM6 A MULTIMILLION-DOLLAR CONTRACT TO RO FOOTBALL, JOHK) Born Loser A TIPPLW6-?) Crossword Lockhorns Bv Thomas Joseph King Features Syndicate, Inc. Hagar the Horrible ..OES THE SARBASE MAM 16 HERE IS THERE AKJYTHIMG IN THE REFRIGERATOR YOU'VE GIVEN UPOM?" 40 Stagt- show 42 Weighed down 4,'} Tea-party ittlendee 44 Onion's kin 45 Bed or table stuff DOWN 1 McQueen sci-fi film, with "The" 2 Canter 3 Incident 4 Pulpit talk (abbr.) trailer 6 "Apocalypse Now" star Yesterday's Answer 7 Mauna — 26 Chopin 8 Virtuous 9 Befoul 12 Kind of control 17 Galley item 20 Part of an agenda 23 Bird mimic 24 Arabian drum 25 Small number work 27 Word for word 29 Mystery author .Josephine 31 Caper 32 Linda — 36 Clare or Henry 37 High- schooler 39 Contest, of a sort, 41 Whitney 2 8 ID 17 ACROSS 1 Hallowed 6 Rebuff 10 Acis. to (iahitea 11 "Love.— and obey" 13 Doni/etti work 14 "The — 11 us Landed" 15 Willard'.s pet rat 16 British miler 18 Slippery 19 Giant 21 A language of Kenya 22 Crest 23 Pitchor's target 24 Old Turkish coin 27 French secondary school 28 Tenure 29 Material for a Holger costume 30 ' — Maria" 31 Rose fragment 33 Barbara — (ieddes 34 Deli offering 35Hgt. 38 West Indies resort. DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES - Here's how to work it: 3/22 AXYDLBAAXR is LONGFELLOW 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. CRYPTOQUOTE 3-22 Z B C J V F X S J F W U ' I Q L J N J U I L V V W , N P X S J M T U V W P T E F W ,) C T U X M L T U A P F W ? — M F -L U T L S C F H 1 D F L Yesterday's Orypt-.qiiotf: A FATHER KNOWS HIS KIDS AKU GUuWiMi' UP WHEN HIS DAUGHTER STARTS APPLYING LIPSTICK AND HIS SON STARTS WIPING IT OPT. — JOEY ADAMS Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad an buy something von do need. 38 26 Horoscope FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1988 What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You have good inspirations today, but it's too soon to launch a plan. Continue working on your dream in private. Watch judgment regarding credit use. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Others seem to have the edge now in financial dealings. One proposition may have strings attached. Club activities and artistic pursuits give joy. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Though you feel stuck on one project, overall this is a favorable time for career interests. Trust intuition. Avoid a wild spending spree tonight. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Open up with others. Don't withdraw into yourself. Uplifting encouragement and support comes through a loved one. Partnership interests are highlighted today. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) It's an inspired work performance for you today, but still be on your guard a bit because of deceptive trends. Some strain could occur in a friendship. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) The results of a business/pleasure meeting are inconclusive, but you'll be pleased with today's romantic developments. Rapport between partners is excellent. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Some mix-ups could occur about a proposed visit. A creative project should be kept under wraps for now. Finances improve, but some confusion exists at home. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) You may have to deal with some sharp types in business, but it's a happy day for you regarding romance and creative pursuits. Going out for fun appeals to you now. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) It's probably not the best day to sign a contract. Be protective of financial interests. Work, though, is inspired and domestic interests prosper. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) It seems like its one interruption after another at work today. Creative interests may stimulate you more than the same old routine now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Some may take work home from the office today or a do-it-yourself project engages your attention. There's still much up in the air regarding plans for travel. PISCES (Feb. 19 to Mar. 20) Strain could exist between a family member and one of your friends. Still, partnership matters should prosper now and social activities are recommended. IF BORN TODAY you are versatile and ambitious. L. A/I. Boyd Q. What's the diameter of the eyeball of a blue whale? A. About five Inches. Worst possible marriage, said that Love and War expert Madame Dariax, is that of an Anglo wife and a Latin husband, "because the wife will never accept being treated like a slave and the husband will refuse to relinquish supremacy." Do you buy that? Q. Two U.S. Presidents have worked as male models. The obvious. And who's the other one? A. Gerald Ford. You know how the caffeine in coffee perks you up? Researchers are looking for a similar pick-me- up that can be put into cologne. Especially for workers in dull jobs. But It has to be legal. Wouldn't do for a particularly bright-eyed employee to explain: "It's something I sniffed," Before electric heating pads, before rubber hot water bottles, even before those covered pans of hot coals, the most commonly used bed warmer in the world was the Mexican Chihuahua. Or so says one historian. A "casket" was a chest to hold jewels, not remains, originally.
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