Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 14, 1987 · Page 8
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 8

Ukiah, California
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Monday, September 14, 1987
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8 -MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 14,1987 .THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL T.v. Log MONDAY EVENING KTVU o KRON e KPIX O KQO 0 KQED ffl KICU g& KTXL JD KBHK ffl MCTV WON WTBS ESPN DISN DISC NICK HBO SHOW MAX 6:00 Buddies News 6:30 Too Close News 7:00 7:30 Magnum, P.I. Wheel CBS News Ent. Tonight Evening Mag. 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 Mrs. America Pageant ALF Frank's Place Valerie Kate&Adie NFL Football: New York Giants at Chicago Bears Cont'd MacNell / Lehrer Newshour Rockford Files Star Trek Facts Of Lite Sports Good Times Business Rpt. Animals Fall Guv WKRP Happy Days International Baseball: Cubs at Mets Cont'd Baseball: Reds at Braves Cont'd Tennis: Inter. Jr. Challenge Splash '87 Evening At Pops 10:00 10: 30 News Movie: "Irreconcilable Differences" Newhart D. Women Bill Rafferty Cagney&Lacey Head Class Iran: Behind The Veil Playback '87 Movie: "The Betsy" LNewtyweds Norway News Movie: "Butterlield 8" Media Arts INN News News News Special 11:00 Late Show News News News Hollywood INN News News Alice My Mama Movie: "That Brennan Girl" Trapper John, M.D. Movie: "Breaking Up" Golf: Youth Golf Champ. Movie: "Hot Millions" Small World My 3 Sons Ann Sothern Landscapes Car 54 Movie: "Trenchcoat" Wildlife Monkees Fraggle Rock Movie: "The Iron Mistress" Movie: "Ivanhoe" Cont'd Ozzle Tomorrow SportsCenter SportsLook Kolak Late Show Dating Game Movie Movie: "We Of Tne Never Never" Coustew's Rediscovery Of The World NFL Theatre Movie: "Phantom Of The Open Hearth" India Journey ISpy Wonder Of Western Australia DohnaReed Mister Ed Movie: "Fast Forward" ' Movie: "Fool For Love" Movie: "Three Men And A Cradle" Moments MotTMnts Movie: "One Of Our Dinosaurs Is Missing" Wild Orphans My 3 Sons Down Under Ann Sothttm Odyssey Car 54 Movie: "Jo Jo Dancer, Your Lite Is Calling" Movie: "The Fty" Movie: "A Night In Heaven" HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Dik Browne PEANUTS fHi rAft MDI By GARY LARSON "letter from Lonso.... And he lounds pretty lonely." By Charles M. Schulz MILL. GO FltfE IF OUT TMANKS FOR WAITING ANDY CAPP By Reggie Smythe BLONDIE By Dean Young and Jim Raymond THAT THEY J H6ARP .' ) ...... oaesufr EVHRVON6 <50 AT, NOON.' NO ONE H6RB LISTENS TO MB .' SORRY, BOSS, I PIPN'T HEAR ©1987 Daily Minor Newspapers. Lid Dial by North America Syndicate. Inc THE BORN LOSER r By Art Sansnm BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker THAT A MIM££CAT<:Ar4'T MA££ W HAPPY I Y~^ •—Ci BUT WE'VE CLEANED THE PRILL FIELC? FIVE TIME6 ALREAPV/ WHAT ARE YOU SOLPIER CLEANING IT TILL THE GENERAL SAvS IT'jS CLEAN/.' FRANK AND ERNEST By Bob Thaves THAT MFAN5 HE HA5" FAITH FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Walker --. — A 1 .' /£^esV< J ==.'• ^-c^r a. /* = - / *lHI > > / •^ZT- THEIMB HERE CRN PUVBI SLEEP! LRSTTTME. | LOOl, KMoCKfeDMV TEETH, OFFlHE-NlSHTSTRfSP! HDUCRKVoO SO MRM(/ CflRDS RTONC&? "TOE CHIPS DOOM ASTROLOGY By Sidney Omar Gemini, be mysterious, glamorous For Tuesday, S«pt 15,1987 ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19): You receive satisfactory responses to recent inquiries. Popularity increases, especially with general public and specifically with members of opposite sex. Gemini, Virgo, Sagittarius play roles. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Go slow, be diplomatic, remove safety hazards from domicile. Individual dose to you talks about making basic changes, including address. Spotlight also on personal possessions, income, unique gift. GEMINI (May 21-Jun« 20): Cycle continues high despite apparent setback. You get "breathing room" — means you'll have time to perfect techniques. Delay should not be mistaken for defeat. Maintain aura of mystery, glamour. CANCER (Jun« 21-July 22): Study Gemini message for valuable hint. You can attract investors, you'll get the funding, financial dilemma can be solved. Love relationship intensifies. Nothing occurs in halfway manner. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Opportunity exists to attract fans, followers. Circumstances take sudden swing in your favor — you win applause and could hit financial jackpot. Love relationship will be magnified. You'll understand! VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Stress independence, creativity, willingness to pioneer project. Light will be shed on areas previously dark. You're due to make new start in "different" direction. Leo will play paramount role. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Intuition rings true, you gain by sharing knowledge. Focus on family, possible partnership, serious consideration of marital status. Decision will be made concerning possible journey. Be receptive. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Good news received concerning investments, royalties, possibility of inheritance. Highlight versatility, satisfy intellectual curiosity. Means read and write, ask questions, obtain answers. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): It may be necessary to revise, review, remodel, possibly to change locations. Emphasis also continues on legal affairs, •special papers." Money is Involved and so is your credit rating. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Be persistent, strive for quality as contrasted to quantity. Apparent loss can be transformed into actual gain. Member of opposite sex figures prominently. Virgo, Sagittarius are in picture. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Spotlight on appearance, charisma, personality, physical attraction, intensified romance. Imprint style, refuse to be intimidated by belligerent individual. Law is on your side, be confident of outcome. PISCES (Fab. 19-March 20): Valid hint obtained by studying Aquarius message. Time is on your side, you can afford to play waiting game. Those who try to force action will be in for rude awakening. You will be victorious! Crossword By Eugene Sheffer 61 Spread WHAT THE PEFENPANT'S WAS USINS ON TH6 JURY. THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by Henri Arnold and Bob Lee GOGER ^^ V, ^ PLATA t; LUBOSE DRAPEA __ ^^ f 11 rmr I (Answers tomorrow) V Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Saturday's Jumbles: ODIUM ABHOR (Answers tomorrow) PLURAL INCOME Answer: Why they didn't laugh at the Joke told by the tramp-IT WAS'A "BUMMER" ACROSS 44 Lie in 1 — Lanka wait 4 Donkey 46 Burden- 7 On vaca- bearer tion 50 Faithless 11 Weaver's friend need 53 City on 13 Chalice the Danube 14 Wane 55 Joyce's 15 Counter- homeland tenor 56 Skier's 16 Tokyo, aid once 57 Precedes 17 Jog classic 18 Pomes O r plasm " 20 Mad as sg Potboiler? a wet hen 59 with 22 Women's competence 60 "It isn't far from to dry DOWN 1 Strike 2 Part 3 Jot 4 King- topper 5 Laundry foam 19 Drunkard 21 Law i matter 23 Pallid 25 Engrossed 26 Lake pr port 27 Some shirts 28 Casual headwfear 6 Light satire 29 Above org. 24 Black- footed weasel 28 Denver or Dover 32 Trap 33 Solar disk 34 Pen point 36 English painter 37 Bess lived him iduces [ in rank 1 Faucet 44 Weight unit London" 7 Pleasant custom 8 Precedes ship or path 9 Commotion 10 Up to now 12 Flowering vine Solution time: 26 roiiw. QLXUHB egg UHUEHU ana mHHfl HUU RDUQ OflCl 3HDHE HCJfl Saturday's answer 9-M 30 Persian fairy 31 Hat: slang 35 Wager 38" — Are There 40 Extinct bird 42 Piece jof baggage 45 Swiss! painter 47 Fuzz on cloth ! 48 "Laug'i In's" | Johnson 49 Sow I 50 Luzor native 51 Warp yarn 2 Guy's; partner 54 Cut the grass 9-14 K K CRYPTOQUIP M Z X X II <; W t{ N P '/. \ IT* K \y» H K S k K W H N I' /. N B 7. \ 7. \\ K II X C T N N H (i K Saturday's Cryptoquip: KIDDING ASIDE, THE PIIYS ICS PKOFKSSOR'S FUNNY LECTURE ON GRAVITY JACKED GRAVITY. G K E M II K H / O / N C O (! / Today's Ci-yptoquip elm 1 : N (>(|iiuls K

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