Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 25, 1993 · Page 18
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 18

Ukiah, California
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Friday, June 25, 1993
Page 18
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B-6 — FRI., JUNE 25-SAT., JUNE 26, 1993 BEETLE BAILEY -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- By Mort Walker PIP YOU KNOW THERE ARE- 62 WARS GO\\\G ONffUSHTNOWAKOUNP THE W0RLP* YOUR WIFE, &\R BLONDIE By Dean Young and Jim Raymond TOOTSIE'S MAKING TW6 6N.AD AND DESSEOT PCD? OUR DINNER... AND I'M MAKINS EVERYTHING ELSE BLONDIB AND TOOTSIE, TWO S8EAT CMEPS.' 9BTWEEN THE TWO OP YOU, THESES NO REASON TO EVER SO IX) A RESTAURANT AGAIN.' I CAN THINK OP TWO REASONS CALVIN AND HOBBES By Bill Watterson THE LITER M« WORLD V5 ABUZZ NBour MABEL SIRUP'S SEQUEL TO "HAWSTCR HUE1 N4DTHE VIE HME TO BUX in ITS CM1ED. "CONVMMWER CORIANDER SM-kMMADER MO 'ER SMSUEHWTOER Ba\.SL^NOER".' . SHOULD BE foRCEO To LNE IN THE BOlUMGS THEN DESIGN, AND CHILDREN'S BOOK NUTUORS SHOULD BE FORCED TO READ THEIR STORIES ALOUD EN/EW 5\NGLt __ N\SUT OF TWE\R RoTtEH LWES. FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Dik Browne FW.'fW! FUH! PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz HEY. I THOUGHT I FELT A DROP OF RAIN.. T 6-zf I PIP! IT'S RAINING! MA! YOU RE POOMED, KIP! YOU'RE 60NNA STRIKE OUT!.' lit THE BORN LOSER By Art & Chip Sansom DONTee CUUX^ IGOULDWTBe MQRereRRC TH6WAYIM! ALLEY OOP By Dave Graue and Jack Bender MY TORCH-BEARERS WILL ACCOMPANY WU/THANKfi AND YOUR MEN THBOUSH TMECWfiS TO TME> IONS - OUTSIDE ENTRANCE, YOUR ...ANP DON'T WORRX/ MV PEOPUE XSOODBVE; MV WE'LL KEEP YOUR I WILL BE MOST) FCIEN09I MAY ' LOCATION A SECRET' V GRATEFUL/ ARLO & JANIS By Jimmy Johnson PLAYIU& no no THE P£6K IF YOU DOKJ'T WANT THEM.' Herpes creates rift in loving marriage Dear Ann Landers: I am 45 years old. My husband and I have been married for 26 years. We have three beautiful grandchildren. Our life hasn't been all peaches and cream, but for the last 13 years, I thought things were pretty OK. "Hank" is in the Army National Guard. He signed up when he was 30 years old. He is now 44. He was deployed in December 1990 for Desert Storm and was gone for six months. He returned in June, and things were fine until February. Then Hank developed some sores on his genitals. We went to see a doctor together, and the diagnosis was full-blown genital herpes. I accused him of being with someone while he was in the war, which he denied vehemently. Now I have found out that the first outbreak of herpes usually occurs two to 26 days after having had sex, which would mean Hank was with someone here in the states. We've been through a living hell ever since that visit to the doctor. I've contacted several other doctors and called the herpes hotline. The information I've been able to gather points to the same thing. Hank must have had sex with someone else. Of course, I was tested also. The reports were negative, which was Ann Landers Letters to Ann Landers should be mailed to P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, III. 60611-0562 no surprise to me, because I've never been with anyone else. Even Hank's sister, who is an R.N., wants to know why he won't 'fess up. I need to know the truth, no matter how much it will hurt. It's the lie that's killing me. Now I find myself questioning every move he makes. I love Hank very much and don't want to divorce this man. I need your help. — Trouble in Toledo Dear Toledo: My medical consultants say it is possible, though not likely, to get herpes through skin-to-skin contact that is nonsexual. Since you want desperately to keep your marriage together, go with the long shot and accept his word as the truth. , I hope you have talked with your gynecologist about how to protect yourself from getting infected. If not, do so at once. Dear Ann Landers: I am a nurse at a local clinic. I have just written to the publisher of one of the leading magazines, requesting that he discontinue advertising perfumes by inserting ads saturated with fragrance. Some of our patients are extremely allergic to these perfumes. When a magazine or any other advertisement arrives with these inserts, it is quickly discarded. I feel especially sorry for the postal workers. When some of these magazines are delivered, all the correspondence received at the same time reeks with the fragrance. I'm sure many of your readers will be grateful if you can bring this to the attention of those responsible for such advertising. — Nurse in Roanoke, Va. Dear Va.: The perfume advertisers already have the message, probably because of complaints such as yours. The fragrances in magazine ads, as well as mailings, are now sealed, and the reader must break the seal to get the scent. Maybe I'm an oddball, but I enjoy those sample scents and congratulate the adver- tisirig genius who came up with the concept. Gem of the Day: Tact is the ability to close your mouth before somebody else suggests it. What's your sign? Astrological horotcopes are for entertainment purposes only. <Your <Birthday Saturday, June 26,1993 Conditions that have been restricting you should begin to dissipate very soon. Your new freedom and mobility will substantially enhance your possibility for success in several critical areas. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Persons with whom you're involved will tolerate a lot of your shortcomings today, with the exception of selfishness. If you're too self-serving, it's art automatic turn-off. Know where to look for romance and you'll find it. The Astro-Graph Matchmaker instantly reveals which signs are romantically perfect for you. Mail $2 and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope to Matchmaker, c/o this newspaper, P.O. Box 4465, New York, N.Y. 10163. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Be wary of inclina- tions towards unrealistic thinking today. You could run the gambit from wishful expectations to a defeatist attitude. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Take with a grain of salt business proposals offered you by others today. The presenter's intentions might be honorable, but his/her deal could be flimsy. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) The impression you'll make on others today will not be a good one if you're so self-absorbed in your own interests that you're oblivious to theirs. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) It's best to understate your accomplishment today than to have friends think you're exaggerating or being boastful. In fact, the less you say the better. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Just because you're able to afford something today, don't assume everyone else can as well. A sensitive friend won't react kindly if you call his/her lack to the attention of others. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Don't delegate your authority today to someone who might not have your best interest at heart. What is important to you might not be of significance to this person. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) In order to get associates to help you today, you might make some rather lavish promises. Remember, others will take your commitments seriously, even if you don't. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) If you cater to your extravagant whims today and spend more than you should, your day of reckoning might come about much sooner than you think. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Be fair with the your family and loved ones today regarding your expectations of them. Unreasonable demands may be met with anger and resis- tances. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Criticizing another's behavior could backfire on you today. You might be the one branded the disruptive influence and shown the door. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Be extremely careful in both your business and personal financial affairs today. If you do things in a slipshod manner, there's a chance you might suffer a severe loss. POP CULTURE By Steve McGarry Country singer Johnny Horton was often billed as The Singing Fisherman" thanks to his skill with rod and reel. The "Louisiana Hayrlde" slar, who found chart fame with hits like "The Battle of New Orleans" and "North to Alaska, " was killed in a car crash in 1960. The tragedy made a widow of Norton'* wife, Blllle Jean Jones, for a second time - she had previously been married to country superstar Hank Williams, who died in 1953. 1. Who hit the charts with: a) "New Orleans" (1960) b) "Way Down Yonder In New Orleans" (1960) 2. Who was the star of the movie "North to Alaska" ? uouuBoAppaijft spuog. FRANK & ERNEST By Bob Thaves P/lCM(5e C&tTAlNLY 1$ ROBOTMAN By Jim Meddick A i HENR \THEReAREOTHERTHINSS WENT IAE?THE LWECANIW..CABLETV '" • / CfrBlE ^ ISN'T EVERYTHING...; 11 ~^^> ' KNOW ) IERME... J rWT. RIGHT. I PONT KNOW \WHAT CAME OVER ME THEVIPEO STOPE CLOSEP 5 NUNV1TES WINTHROP By Dick Cavalli HE KNEW COLUMBUS. A PIZZA F*PU3R IN YUBA AND, WHEN THE PUCE HBTCCK UP THE LIFE. ''**+<t*Vt l

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