Page 20 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 23, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie THAT'S A Piece OF CHIP LEFT ON THE TA9LE/ lVrtAT ?/? . PAINTING/ OM NO, ™«W SHE NEVER HERE COMES WS KNOWS MRS. •«« ( WHAT SHE WANTS 3-23 < AND IT TAKES H&tl WE'RE HOURS TO IT OUT j^y / REAL y-, r _Jr<55S /TROUBLED REMEMBER, VOU PROMISED NOT TO TAKE TOO UONS Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby Beetle Bailey I'M 6OIKIS TO THE LAPIES' ROOM TO MAKE UP WHO PIP SHE HAVE A FIGHT WITH t WHV,OPIE.'WHATEVER &AVE you AN IPEJ : LIKE THAT? THI5 CONO-uPES MY PORTION OF "SHOU) AND TELL" WHERE I HAVE 5MOUJN YOU ALL MY NEW iV PRAYIN6 POLL" SIT POWN, KIP.' I'M 60NNA 5MOU) 'EM MY MEix) ROCKET LAUNCMER.,' MOU) 00 YOU LIKE MY NEW 11 PRAYING POLL" LAUNCHER?! Hartland 0IHK POG6 HOFfED OFF A 68066 Rex Morgan I WOUI-PVE BEEN, BUT I HURT MY KWEE IN MY SOPHOMORE VEAR.' AND THAT RUINED MV CHANCES WITH THE PROS ' WHEN ARE LINDA ANP ERIC GETTING HITCHEP-? SOWEBOpy SAID THAT YOU PLAYEP CQLLEOE FOOTBALL AT STATE, JOHN/;' WHAT POSITIONS- you FIRST- STRING LINEBACKER. WHAT Born Loser to APPEAL TO fO«e9S ALL THE HKESSW QUALI?ltATIOM$, Lockhorns Hagar the Horrible I'LL niKtf AZOUHP AW "I'LL CALL YOU BACK, HELEN, 'LUST FOR LIFE' JUST CAME IN." you MOME weur Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad and buy somthingyou do need. Crossword By Thomas Joseph © King Features Syndicate, Inc. ACROSS 42 Bluster 1 Yacht. 43 I lair ap- anchorajic plication 6 To he (Sp.) 44 Terhune dog 45 Put off DOWN J Intoxicate Yesterday's Answer 2 Hotel palm 14 Consumer 29 Kind of 3 Lucifer 4 Robert —, of "Quincy" 5 Continuous 6 Do in 7 Poetic advert) 8 Of tin- root 11 Mislead advocate 17 All —up 20 "Madam, I'm — " 23 "Talking" bird 24 Drawing room 25 III humor 26 Comeback 27 Dempsey KO'd him 32 Photo 33 Common or horse 34 Like a beaver 36 Kan, as dyes 39 One of the Saints 41 Kind of chart 22 26 27 9 Poetry muse 10 Play part 12 — Hall Univ., N.J. 13 Shakespearean forest 15 Wood sorrel 16 Lacking 18 Cargo- handler's union (abbr.) 19,Japanese wild dog 21 Second helping for a cow 22 Part of an i 23 Karned 24 Unusable parts 27 "Ben Hur" director 28 Throat- clearer 29 Kind of foil 30 Chancy 31 Slip by 35 Granada "rah!" 36 — canto 37 Turmeric 38 Stairway post 40 Parroting DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES - Here's how to work it: 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. CRYPTOQUOTE 323 V S N Q M N R T Z L S T T 8 S I N M 2 K J M I S N R S C M K L S A T M P T X Z S K X S Z K T N S E L M P Z N T NSAAMAT. NMYSNKSA VSN H T S G U V M A S N R S T N E A T . — P M R K P . I S K K S L B Yesterday's Cryptoquote: IF MONEY DOESNT GROW ON TREES, WHY DO BANKS HAVE SO MANY BRANCHES" - BERNARD MELTZER Horoscope FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1988 3/25 What kind of day will tomorrow be? To forecast given for ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) Luck is with you when shopping. Some begin an important research project now. You may feel that a higher-up may not, be giving you the recognition you deserve. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) One conversation leaves you a bit drained today, but another one inspires you. You're good at expressing yourself now, but may not get immediate feedback. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Despite a wonderful success in your career and some positive financial developments, you still could be concerned about a problem of a find out what the stars say, read the your birth sign, financial nature. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) A partner may be non- communicative or perhaps your feelings aren't, being given their due. Your outlook improves tonight in the company of your friends. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Work concerns may preoccupy you to the extent that you feel out of touch with your inner feelings, yet there is some luck in this area. A home matter is brought to completion. VIRGO «,s, (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) 3ii Problems with work or children could dampen your mood somewhat but opportunies arise now through friends, and partners work well together as a team. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) It's only self-doubt that could hold you back from accomplishment today. Follow through on your ideas and the outcome will be success. Home life is a plus. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Though your creativity today may astound even yourself, little feedback comes from others now. Partners, though, are quite supportive and give you encouragement. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec, 21) Financial concerns may preoccupy you now. A new work opportunity arises and a home matter is settled successfully. Watch extravagant spending tonight. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) A party or outing with a loved one will gel you out. of a somber mood. No one is holding you back now except yourself. Unwind, relax, and then celebrate, AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Shrug off a domestic disappointment, to enjoy a career success. Work opportunities are plentiful now and you must be ready to meet them. Act today, PISCES (.Feb. 19 to Mar. 20) A friend can be somewhat trying now. L. A/I. Boyd English is the only language that capitalizes the personal pronoun "I." 'Ask your Love and War man how a woman should react to a knee that touches her own under the dinner table?" asks a client. If you like it, says he, lower your eyes, hold your breath, and press back. If you don't like it, say, "Did I hit your knee? Excuse me." You know how the old movie cowboys vaulted into their saddles? Historical footnotes would have us believe William the Conqueror did that in full armor. Bully for Willy. Oh the poor horse. Q The man who invented the shoelace made $2.5 million on his patent. How much did the man who invented the safety pin make? A, $400. Q. Limbs of the tree next door hang over my property, Can I trim them, legally? A. Am only qualified to quote siudents of the law on that one. They say it has been pretty well decided. You can trim the overhang, they report, but if you kill the tree, your neighbor can take you to court. Why is Cuba's president Ftdef Castro Ruz known simply as Fide) Castro?
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