Page 16 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 30, 1988 Hi & Lois Blondie I &OLLY, i VVISH i COULP OUT THERE IN THAT/MOP P'JPPLE SHE WAS A 250 CAM ONE IN HERE/ POUND 0ALUERINA GREAT-AUNT MYOTUE Frank & Ernest Rip Kirby J'P LicE To Po A LITTLE HUH? THE ENGINES GONE PE4P/ PIKE MUSTVE RUN INTO TROUBLE WITH KIRBY..X BETTER 6ETPOWN THERE/ GET A BLANKET >J AROUNP -,?HIM WHILE 1 FINP HIS GUM/ THE'FORTUNE Dff/FTSTOA S7O/?.. I'LL HT OFF my GRAVITY O£ A Beetle Bailey WHO PAlNTPP / AAV THE PICTURE? / WIPE I PROMISEP HER I'P HAWS IT IN MY OFFICE MICE THAT HE PISPLAVEP IT SO PROMINENTLY ARE YOU KIPPING^ IT'S THE ONE SPOT HE CAW'TSEE Garfield WHEN I CAN'T SLEEP, IT S£EM6 LIKE EVERV SOONP IN THE HO05E IS MAGNIFItP MU5T VOO ?/ Peanuts OR SOMEWHERE, THEREABOUTS, NEARBY, CLOSE TO OR ALMOST.. Hartland AUDIT DOE6NTM0W TOO, THE KIDS <)i||fl(! \" Rex Morgan /THAT'S RIGHT—HAVE MISS BALLARD WAIT THERE UNTIL PR. CASEY LOOKS ^—-—, 4T THE X-R-4V - •' ' IF HE FINPS AWXTHfWG UNUSUAL, DR- MOR&AN WILL WANT TO SEE PATIENT BEFORE • SHE LEAVES YOUR Crossword By Thomas Joseph © King Features Syndicate, Inc. MEANWHILE, LlNPA BOLLARD'S P/REWTS ARE ON A LON6-P)STANCE PHONE CALL-. TELL LINDA THAT I ) THIKIK SHE AND / ERIC SHOULD HAVE / A JUNE WEDDIWG, SARA / I'LL BE HOME TOMORROW AT POUR/ PICK ME UF AT THE AIRPORT Born Loser Lockhorns ACROSS 1 River to the Baltic 5 Introduction 10 A word to the — 11 Cower 12 Latvian 13 Intimate 14 Violin's relative 16 Pindaric 17 Chinese tea 19 Sailing hazard 21 Airport -sight 23 "— for Life" (1956 film) DOWN 1 Pussycat, partner 2 Gaming cube 3 Alienate 4 Anatomical network 5 Bidder's concern 6 Tin-Tin's first name? 7 Atop 8 Relative of "zounds!" 9 Apportion 11 Stadium yell 15 Neighbor's kid 17 Crack, i skin house 29 Gaze 30 Fountain treat 31 Work on mss. 33 — out (manage) 34 All hallow's 37 "...abandon, ye who — here" 39 Breathing 41 Information 44 Reluctant (to) 45 Curious 46 Mine. Curie 4? Bare Yesterday's Answer 20 Spanish dessert <*4 Actor Jack 22 Sen. Albert 3 5 "— — Zapata!" 24 Too young 36 "If — I 25 Overcharge Would (si.) Leave You" 26 Corner 38 Cheese 28 Jeffs 40 Bela's son buddy 42 Craggy hill 30 Burn 43 "— of 32 Populous Reason" ... .AND UORETTA WILL CORRECT ME IF I'M ^^fl^o^4s••••" rr-i S*f •fee SERVICE H Giflraa> Hagar the Horrible Another summer—and another year that no one rode the bicycles? Sell them with a classified ad an buy something you do need. Horoscope What kind of day will tomorrow be? To find out what the stars say, read the forecast given for your birth sign. 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. AJRIES (Mar. 21 to Apr. 19) There could be slip-ups regarding some details, but overall it's a time of major progress for your career. Charm and aggressiveness combine to your advantage. TAURUS (Apr. 20 to May 20) Try not to overreact to a small difference of opinion. Make plans for a holiday. Romantic feelings are heightened now. Leisure events bring much happiness. GEMINI (May 21 to June 20) Morning moodiness could make you a bit snappy. Restrain that flippant remark. Family interests are highlighted now. Evening hours belong to you and a loved one. CANCER ANP ^TAY AWAY AHP FOR THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1988 (June 21 to July 22) Try not to overreact if someone disagrees with you. Nighttime hours are tailor-made for love and the expression of romantic feelings. Enjoy socializing then. LEO (July 23 to Aug. 22) Partners may not agree on a financial concern, but chances arise now to dramatically improve your income. Business indeed mixes with pleasure. Seize the day. VIRGO ... (Aug. 23 to Sept. 22) SSi Downplay small differences with close ties as tonight finds both of you under the spell of romance. Leisure events are happily accented. Celebrate! LIBRA (Sept. 23 to Oct. 22) Handle a touchy co-worker diplomatically. Home life affords you pleasure. Some will entertain now. An improved financial picture ends the day on a happy note. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 to Nov. 21) An inconsequential matter is nothing to get upset about. Singles will meet with romantic introductions. This is a time for marrieds to visit some special place. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 to Dec. 21) Some minor problems may occur with a family member, but this is a joyous time for you in your career. You'll meet with chances to improve income and status. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 to Jan. 19) Distant places call to you now. It may be a romantic holiday for two in the future. Now's the time to meet with agents, advisers, and representatives. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 to Feb. 18) Avoid bickering over a small financial concern, and concentrate on ways to add to your overall security. For some of you it's a financial windfall today. PISCES (Feb. 19 to Mar. 20) Adapt a less critical attitude on your part and you'll find this a wonderful time to further togetherness. I,et a loved one know how much he or she means to you. IF BORN TODAY you are creative and practical but sometimes have difficulty reconciling these qualities. It is important that you like your work. CRYPTOQUOTE 3-30 TC NLOI ULC POVLWO H YHM-WHQOG CL PO H YHM-PGOH'QOG. — HULU Yesterday's Cryptoquote: WE ASK FOR INFORMATION BUT ARE INTERESTED MOST IN WHAT CONFIRMS OUR OPINIONS. — SOURCE UNKNOWN L. ML Boyd Q. Didn't the French doctor Joseph Ignace GuiKotin die on the very Instrument he invented? A. Not unless he took It to bed with him. Guillotln died In his own bed In 1814. He didn't invent the infernal contraption, either, please note. It had been around for a long time before he promoted It to the French as his era's most humane method of execution. Q. Which does the world get more of every day - babies or TV sets? A. It's a tossup. Q. What's an "orphan drug"? A. A drug to treat a disease so rare it's not profitable enough to produce. Medical reporters say there are a number of known but unavailable cures for rare diseases. You know about Jack Dempsey, the great heavyweight. And you know about J. Paul Getty, the great financier. But did you know Getty once was Dempsey's sparring partner? Not all heavy women in old England dieted to lose weight. Many purposely swallowed tapeworms. Don't believe your doctor would recommend this.
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