Page 10 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Tuesday, March 29, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie THE T?EE /WAN? POU6/E JAC^ete FRO/A PONT SUE MALPRACTICE IT MEANS TO 0E SO CONGESTED WITH TRAFFIC THAT NOTHING CAN MOVE IN EITHER DIRECTION VOU MEAN LIKE 11 BATHROOM IN THE MORNING ? Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby 31 uND£/?5TANP THAT SWITCH ON THE BULK- HEAP/ THROW THIS IS A MESS... cur THE ENGINE, MAX/ IF ^u go oN TV ANP Beetle Barley 16 SARGE SHE CAUGHT REALLY 6OIN6 / HIM IM A OUT WITH X WEAK 56T. LU66? >=V MOMENT HE SAVE ME THE SLIP AS SOON AS PARK. PIP COME THIS WAV? Garfield THI5 WAV BE MV LA6T HOUR LtT ME SPENP IT IN COMFORT OF MV HOME/ REMEM&EREI7 THE VET APPOINTMENT, HUH? NEVER SEE THESE FOUR WALLS AGAIN.' Peanuts YOU CAN MANPLE IT, THOUGH, CHARLIE BROWN, BECAUSE YOU'RE A LOUI-KEV PERSON,. MOU) ABOUT BELOW- /BEING THE MANAGER OF I A BASEBALL TEAM 15 STRESSFUL.. Hartland MAT W6«* WITH m FIRST ONE PW IT Rex Morgan /yOU MI6HT ALS Jj SHE FELL WHILE TAKING A SHOWER A COUPLE OF IS THAT /MRS. BALLARD'S GOOD MORNING, JUNE.' WILL YOU PLEASE CALL THE RADIOLOGIST'S ffice AND TELL HEM THAT LINDA ^1 BALLARD WILL BE \ IN FOR AN X-RAV I OF THE CHEST,THAT) FARTICULAKLy EKESTEI? Ik] WHETHER THERE ARE ANV RIB,, FRACTURES f\ 3-29 SUGGEST THAT CASEY LOOK AT FILM BEFORE _..„ LEAVES THE J OFFICE---ANP TO / CALL ME IF HE Z. FINDS AwyTHlUG UNUSUAL/ Born Loser Lockhorns Crossword © King Features Syndicate, Inc Hagar the Horrible ANP YOJ CAN TELL, "RELAX, LORETTA. YOU'VE GOT TO LEARN TO RELAX UKE I DO." By Thomas Joseph ACROSS 1 "— Hai" 5 Racer's goal 9 Jewish month 10,Job- seeker's need 12 Stubby or Sammy IS WJ. Bryan, for one 14 Self-est.eern 15 Nutria, e.g. 16 Sioux 17 Thickness 19 Pheasant brood (var.) 20 "When you hear the 21 Dream (Fr.) 22 Acted the smithy 23 Vile 24 Visible 25 Suffice 26 Make grillee 27 Soprano Monserrat 30 Word with king or mode 31 Vietnamese city 32 Half a sawback 33 Lapin 35 Hebrides island 36 Twine around 37 Opera feature 38 Deck wood 39 Raison d'— DOWN 1 — Alaska 2 Saw 3 Offer, in a negotiation 4 Donald 5 "— and the Pirates" 6 — rule 7 Make an effort Yesterday's Answer 8 Showing 25 Pan-fry feeling 27 Result of 10 Trajectory a hatching 11 Decay 28 Vessel 15 Discovery 29 Related 18 Anon 21 Pro — 22 Caulk, e.g. 23 Zaharias 24 Look hard maternally 34 "...—, black sheep" 35 Chemical suffix 26 Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad an buy something you do need. Horoscope FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1988 DAILY CRYPTOQUOTES — Here's how to work it: » 2 » 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 3-29 NT K E C Z M S L I) Z M S V K P L M D , All' K S T LDPTSTEPTH F M E P I, I) N Y K P O M D Z L S F E MIS M y L I) L M I) E . — E M I S O T ID C D M N D Yesterday's Cryptoquote: PLEASURE MUST SUCCEED TO PLEASURE, ELSE PAST PLEASURE TURNS TO PAIN. — BROWNING What kind-of day will tomorrow he? To forecast jjiven for ARIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) You'll bring one project to completion now, but deceptive trends in business need watching. You feel inspired, but remember also to be practical. TAURUS ^u (Apr. 20 to May 20) «"* Don't, be sold a philosophical bill of goods. Even self-improvement programs may be run by charlatans. You will enjoy today's romantic and leisure possibilities. GEMINI J-* (May 2 Ho June 20) AA' It would be unwise to get financially involved with a friend at this time. New decorating ideas for the home have you excited. Some bring work home from the office. CANCER find out what the stars say, read the your birth sign. (June 21 to July 22) Though leisure events are favored, you're a bit impressionable in romance. Today's musings may have little bearing on reality. Your creativity is at a peak. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Advice you receive today may be misleading. An ethical question arises on the job. Income should improve. Eliminating household clutter may be a p.m. project. VIRGO (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) You're definitely in a romantic mood. Just make sure that others are sincere before you give your heart away. Creative types are extremely productive now. LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) It's a low-key day. Things are still not clear about a home situation. Catching up on rest and relaxation is a major priority. Some shopping is indicated. SCORPIO rjc (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) ^RG Daydreaming could interfere with job accomplishment, but you seem to be on the same wavelength as a friend. Social life finds you quite popular tonight. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec, 21) It's no time for gambling or taking risks with capital. Be careful not to misplace a valued item. What you learn today is of great help to you in your career. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Others may be a bit mystified by you today, as you keep your feelings to yourself. Some make plans to visit distant friends. Group activities are favored tonight. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Too many non-truths are being circulated now, but private research projects bring results. You may receive financial backing from an unexpected party. PISCES (Feb. If) to Mar. 20) A friend seems evasive. A financial proposal may not be sound. Partnership interests are highlighted. Bonds of affection should grow stronger now. IF BORN TODAY you are creatively talented and good at getting your ideas across to others. L. M. Boyd Queen Margot of France wrote music. In 1608, she asked a church order called the Little Fathers to sing hymns to her melodies. Delightful! she cried. My very own choir! Or words to that effect. She moved them into a fine Paris building. One day she dropped by to listen. They were awful! Out of tune! Discordant! In a magnificent tantrum, she kicked them into the street and slammed the doors. That was the end of it. What are the three most tiresome words in English? Depends on who you are, what? Tennis star Chris Evert has been quoted as saying she's sick of the phrase "relentless ground strokes." Q. I know that mixed drink called a "godfather" is amoretto and scotch. But what's a "godmother"? A. Amoretto and vodka. LINCOLN'S MULES When told the Confederates had captured a general and 40 mules, Abraham Lincoln said solemnly, "I'm sorry to lose those mules." Q. You said East-West across Alaska Is about as far as New York City to Reno. How about North- South across Alaska? A, About the same as Milwaukee to Miami.
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