Page 16 Hi & Lois Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Friday, March 25, 1988 -j FOf? WHAT THEV' POf \ .**""•*+£ 7 >* You Blondie Frank & Ernest , PEOPLE SAV TERRI0LE THINSS ABOUT JULIUS :r-^ AND AFTER YEARS Of MARRfASE TO HIM, i CAN TELL YOU... > THEY HAVEN'T EVEN *— SCRATCHED THE SURFACE Rip Kirby WHATSTWT AHEAP?... ANOTHER BOAT XI SMUG6i£K MUST SWING WHEEL HAKP.. THROWING SP/KE. INTO WHIKUHG ...COMING STRAIGHT AT US' Beetle Bailey HE WANTS ME WHERE you WITH SARSE'S JEER TO TAKE IT TO Garfield THE SHOP. SIR GARFIELP, LET'6 JUST STAV IN TOPAV AMP LOUNGE AROUNP I FEEL 50RTA SILLV, BUT I'LL GIVE ITA SHOT Peanuts 15 THAT THE Y SHE 5 CUTE, "PRAYIN6 POLLY HUH? WER YOU TOOK / PRAYIN6 HANPS TO SCHOOL? I ARE HELP TOGETHER UJITH VELCRO IN THE FIFTH CHAPTER OF THE55ALONIAN5, IT 5AY5 tl P(?AV WITHOUT CEA5IN6" I WOMPER IF V I NEVER YOU CAW PRAY/ KNOW WHAT WITHOUT JYOU'RE TALKIN6 VELCRO.. /\ ABODT.. Hartland VWHWU KNOW YWI& WIPING! Rex Morgan AND NOW — IF THE BOTH OF you WILL CLEAR OUT OF THE KITCHEN , I'll <3ET DINNER READY.' BETTER VET, TAKE LlMDA FOK A LITTLE WALK OUTPOORS, ERIC.' WELL, I'M NOT SO SURE IT'S AKIY OF /OUR BUSINESS, LADY.' OKJ THE OTHER R4NP, YOU /\MD ERIC WERE /MARRIED, I SUPPOSE Z'l? BE OBLJ&EP TO TELL you: WHERE HAVE YOU TWO BEEN'? Born Loser Crossword Lockhorns By Thomas JosephgJg«||E Hagar the Horrible A 0IT OF HAM, "WHAT'S HAPPBNEP TO YOU? WHEN i LEFT FOR WORK rme MORNINQ VOU WERE VERY FRlENPLV." Yesterday'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. © King Features Syndicate, Inc. ACROSS 41 Go next. 1 Ella's 42 Rotted specialty ' (away) 43 Bacterium 44 Dullard DOWN 1 Barbecue rod 2 Sea or snake 3 Alert 4 Vietnamese holiday 17 NASA 5 Stem's approval opposite 20 Encircle 6 «_ Days 23 Noted That Shook Christian the World" ?4 Red 7 Start, out along 8 (ia/ing 10 VCR button 12 Trick alternative 25 Approve 26 European sa!ad plant 27 Permission 40 "... 28 New Guinea with the port spoon" 30 Intro - duction 31 Emulate Cicero 32 Candle 36 Watch over 38 Crude sugar • 5 "That's one small — for man..." 9 Richard Gere film 11 Dogma 13 In a snit 14 Sign up 15 Tobacco ingredient 16 Child's card game 18"...— ! saw Elba" 19 French or Foreign 21 Inlet (Sp.) 22 Squid output 23"— you dare!" 24 Flock 26 Bob's "Road" companion 27 Afford 28 Card game 29 Shrew mouse 30 John Silver's pet 33 Nigerian 34 Curry ingredient. 35 liair pad 37 Between Leo and Libra 39 "Peel DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES — Here's how to work it: 3/2S 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 ail hints. Each day the code letters are different. Horoscope FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 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) Shopping for the home is a pleasure now. You'll pick up an item of beauty. Avoid arguing with family members about a career concern. Impatience may be a problem today. TAURUS ^ (Apr. 20 to May 20) If Though you're charming today, you still may be drawn into a quarrel. Visits with neighbors and scenic drives bring pleasure. Some good news comes now. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Privacy abets romance. Look for bargains in out-of-the-way shops. Try not to argue about money or other financial concerns today. Meet others halfway. CANCER (June 21 to July 22) Though you'll be happy with social invitations you receive today, a partner will have his or her say now. Talk things over amicably. Don't quarrel. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Behind-the-scenes connections are helpful to you in business today, but you may not see eye to eye with a co-worker. Curb a tendency to act in haste. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) Travel is favored now and the social scene should be active for you. But it's not a time to force issues in romance. Honey attracts more flies than vinegar. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) You'll be doing some decorating around the house. Some invite a co-worker over to visit. Temperament could be a problem late in the day. Don't get resentful. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) Romance is highlighted today. Partners work well together. However, others will resent unsolicited advice today. Be sure to be on time for appointments. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Good will opens doors for you in business, but where money is concerned today, there is a tendency to argue. Partners may not agree on the use of joint assets. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) No doubt about it, the day will prove romantic for you. Self- confidence is much in evidence, but don't come on too strong. New starts are favored now. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) The personal touch is an asset for you in your career. Mix business and pleasure. You may put your foot down now if a relative becomes too bossy. PISCES (Feb. 19 to Mar. 20) Though romance and pleasure pursuits are indeed favored now, a problem could arise in connection with a friendship. Hobbies also afford you pleasure. IF BORN TODAY you are intellectual and practical with a strong imagination. You work best when inspired and can succeed in creative fields. 3-25 1 V A V CRYPTOQUOTE M F V I L A R A Z Y J L K L A Y F 0 A L 1 L R N L A T K L R M Y J T K R A Z F L R N L MVGLG OA VPM T 0 W L . — SVRAAL L. M. Boyd G X J O T T L M Yesterday's Cryptoquote: CHILDREN ARE LIKE SPRING...FULL OF HOPE AND THINGS TO LOOK AHEAD TO. — GRANDMA MOSES Q. Which is bigger - the world's smallest sovereign state of Vatican City orthe Magic Kingdom at Florida's Waft Disney World? A. Vatican City, just barely. With 108 acres. The Magic Kingdom has 107. Another species In the animal world that can change its body color to match the surroundings is the diiuphujine itioSquiio, tiie malaria spreader. What, you've never heard of C. D. Wagoner of Schenectady, N.Y.? His was the first voice to be broadcast on radio around the world. In 1930, that. 0. Where and when was the first national spelling bee? A. Louisville, Ky. In 1925. The Courier-Journal organized It. Sevenout of 12 college students live at home. No private phone number nationwide starts with 555. That's why its so frequently used as a fictional phone number prefix on TV. GOOSEFLESH Q. In the human body, what's the "erector pili"? A. Those tiny muscles at the hair follicles in your skin that tighten up to give you gooseflesh.
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