Page 10 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 28, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie I'VE SEEN THIS SET OP KNIVES BEFORE WHAT PO you THINK" OF THE NEVV I 0oUe-HTFOf? THE PARTY? PO YOU ZEALIZZ \r £ Yfc>(J HALF AN THEY'RE ADVERTISED^ i ON TV ALL THE TvJmin.j'T TIME AND THEY ^^rSAV ARE IWPOSSIBLEl^llTj, TO 1 WOULD,,. > WHENEVER I k SEE THEM ON THE SCREEN... Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby UN£ ONE IS cup THAT CRAZY FOOL MAKTINE/ I WEAKLY RAN HIS SPEEP- BOAT \ DOWN/ BELOW IN THE EN&NE ROOM. THE'FORTUNE' VEERS TOAVOIP A CQLLIS/aV... ANP THE Beetle Bailey LOOK HOW j PROBABLY BEETLE / LEFT HIS / OFF TO TENT / \ PLAY HES THE LAZIEST MAbJ ALIVE, EXCEPT Garfield WHEH HE'S HAVING ANP THEN, BOOM.' TWELVE OR THIRTEEN) HOURS LATER I'M WIPE AWAKE.' I'/M HAVING* TROUBLE SLEEPING. IT 6EE/IA6 LIKE I «JU5T GE.T INTO SEP.-. WO GOTTA TAKE ME TO THE VET.JON Peanuts Hucklebeaqle Finn This is the story of a free-spirited dog. Hartland ITS iweseuTo LOOK SURLY, Rex Morgan WHEN ERIC 7ADE LEAVES FOLLOWING LINPA'S K6FUSAL. TO ACCEPT HIS GIFT, MRS. BAU-ARD LECTURES HER DAUGHTER.' I PID WHAT I THOUGHT WAS /MOTHER I'LL BE \ URPRISED; IF ERIC BUT YOU EVENTUALLY PLAN TO MARRY DON7 EVER COMES BACK.' YoU'VE TREATED HIM MISERABLY UMDA .' Born Loser Lockhorns Crossword By Thomas Joseph t JW) Hagar the Horrible , &oop YOU Are ALL"THESE ARE NOT LEFTOVERS,. THIS is A SEQUEL TO LAST NIGHT'S DIMMER." Saturday's Answer 2 Jordan's capital 3 Blow the trumpet 4 Opposite of a syn. 5 Mi.ss Bloom 6 Shofar, for one 7 Walking on — 8 "— and pass the ammunition" 11 Recital bonus 14 All in 16 Actress Storm 19 Furniture 27 Improved, wood as 20 Gather weather 23 Bestowed 30 Touch, affection e.g. 31 Pilot 33 Festival 36 Pepe Le — 37 Carpenter's square (on) 24 lago's wife 25 Sprayer setting ACROSS 1 Place Cor a sala 5 Fellow 9 Egyptian deity 10 Nantes' river 12 Pornography 13 Downright 15 Basker's hue 16 Whitney's machine 17 Here (Fr.) 18 Becharm 20 Hebrew lyre 21 —, Baker, Charlie •22 "— alcohol doesn't thrill rne..." 23 Crusoe creator 25 Paired 26 Arab monarchy 27 "Barney Miller" role 28 Like Tim 29 Evaluate 32 Pixie 33 Hale 34 Rent 35 It's often ' changed 37 Resiliency 38 Mountain ' crest 39 Gaelic 40 Pitcher 4) German river 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. CRYPTOQUOTES 3-28 .1 F x T z c n x y c z G z c R R x x M G E J F X T Z C I) X , X F Z X J T Z G J F X T Z C D X G C D Q Z G E j T S Q . - Y D E N Q S Q U Saturday's Cryptoquote: WE WASTE TOO MUCH TIME CRITICIZING THE FAULTS OF THOSE WHOSE STRONG POINTS WE COULD BE PRAISING. - COUNTRY PARSON Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad and buy somthingyou do need. 32 Horoscope FOR TUESDAY, MARCH 29, 1988 3/28 What kind of day will tomorrow be? To forecast given for ARIES (Mar. 2 Ho Apr. 19) Concentrate your energies on career now. An important opportunity could arise. Try not to be wasteful regarding spending now. Extra energy devoted to work pays off. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Having household guests now would prove to be an inconvenience. Tonight promises to be a special time for romance and leisure events. You're in the spotlight. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) You're very organized now in getting things done around the house, but in some ways you're not your effective self when it comes to find out what the stars say, read the your birth sign, presenting your ideas. CANCER jo (June 21 to July 22) 'IsJ A lucky invitation arrives now and you'll be pleased with today's relationship developments. Socialize now without going overboard on spending. LEO jJJto (July 23 to Aug. 22) ™ In some ways you don't put your best foot forward in business dealings today. Know when to be cooperative and when to assert yourself. Financial gains, however, still accrue. VIRGO v& (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) SSii Things are much better than you think in the romance department. You'll worry too much as the day begins, but later there'll be a smile on your face. LIBRA jv, (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) (5°$ Social life may not quite live up to its advance notices, but you'll find ways to use time by yourself now quite constructively. Expect some financial luck. SCORPIO rjg (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) HiJ It's hard to get a commitment from anyone in business now, but talks with friends will prove quite stimulating. Tonight finds you very happy about love. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Legal costs may be more than anticipated. It's in the career section of your life where you'll make important gains now. Make sure you aim for the top! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Some questions about love and intimacy remain unanswered, but there's nothing stopping you from making plans for a romantic vacation. Distant affairs prosper. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) You'll need extra care not to hurl, a loved one's feelings. An important financial opportunity could come now. Evening hours emphasizes study and concentration. PISCES (Feb. 19 to Mar. 20} Try not to let. your social life interfere with work now. L. M. Boyd Writings of Chaucer indicate it was common practice In the 14th century for people as they parted to say some slight variation of "Have a nice day!" Q. Did you say man and ants are the oniy animals thai wage wars? A. No, sir, that they're the only animals that wage war in battle formations. Q. How come the sport of fencing got to be called that? A. A. From the Middle English lens" short for "defense." Writes a retired lady: "I took up needlepoint late in life and hung my first effort, a quotation, over the bed. It read, 'A Grade-A husband sleeps with his mouth closed. Baird Leonard'." It Is now known from surveys that more than half the lovers in West Germany prefer to turn the lights off. Papago Indians along the Arizona-Mexico border in bygone times got drunk together on saguaro liquor once a year. It's told Papago priests painted bright colors on the soles of the drinkers' feet before the session started. The party was over when all the colors showed.
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