Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 15, 1987 · Page 10
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 10

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1 ft-TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1987 •THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL* T.V. Log TUESDAY EVENING — — ti * _j _i | J If 1° so KICU JET KTXL — J0i — KBHK m w MCTV WON WTBS ESPN WSN DISC NICK HBO SHOW MAX . 6:00 Buddies 6:30 Too Close News News News MacNell / Lehrer Newshour Rockford Files Star Trek Tacts Of Life PatDve Good Times 7:00 7:30 Magnum, P.I. Wheel CBS News ABC News Business Rpt. Ent. Tonight Evenlno Mao, Truth Animals Fall Guv WKRP Happy Oavs Barney Miller Newlyweds Coaches Baseball: Cubs at Mets Cont'd Movie: "Mitchell 1 Cont'd American Muscle Magazine Movie: "Call Me 1" Sea People My-3 Sons News 8:00 Movie: "Aoatha" Matlock ^ ==== ^^^^^^^^^^^ == ^325^^^^^^H ^— ™«»2S55B5BHHBBH! 8:30 9:00 9:30 Houston Kntahts Who's Boss? Grow. 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Movie: "Perri" American Kingdoms This England Donna Reed Mister Ed Movie: "Remo Williams: The Adventure Begins" Movie: "Legal Eagles" Movie: "Chlsum" Movie: "Walk Like A Dragon" • Scuba Work) | Running TattiMMn Movie: "Lots Of Luck" AfmTlw WOftd My 3 Sons Al Owning 1st ft Ten AtertrM Car 54 "ImlAlMrl" Movie: "9 1/2 Weeks" Movie: "The Hit" TNI FAR MM By GARY LARSON "OK, you*v» got m* ovw o ban*... but how do I know mot* cm o/Mho HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Oik Browne PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz &w* a , ;c#*. r &V*U TOMORROW \5 CITIZENSHIP PAY...HOU KNOW WHAT OURTEACHER WANTS ME TO PO? I'MSUPPOSEPTOLEAP THE CLASS IN THE PLEP6EOFALLE6IANCE' ANDY CAPP By Reggie Smythe BLONDIE By Dean Young and Jim Raymond DON'T FORGET THE IVA1TRESS, PET WHAT'S *XIR If I SELL LINE OP WO«K,BP? ««T fr OWI WITH THE BORN LOSER ^— NOW LETS 66£..rjA6H MONTH 30% By Art Sansom ...ITHIMK FOP O.Cri4lN6,l5 BEETLE BAILEY By Mori Walker F0£ PERSONAL. OH-OH/ I THINK IF yOU WANT TO SMOOCH, . VOU POH'T HAVE TO PULL WE'VE RUN OUT THAT FAKE STUFF ON FRANK AND ERNEST By Bob Thaves FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Walker ASTROLOGY By Sidney Omar Capricorn, your gift is coming For Wednesday, Sept. 16,1987 ARIES (March Jl-April 19): Family differences can be amicably settled. Budget will be arranged to your satisfaction. Focus on security, diplomacy, rekindling flame of love. Taurus, Libra, Scorpio persons play roles. TAURUS (Aprl| 20-May 20): Look beyond the immediate, define terms, get rid of superfluous material. Emphasis on surprise packages, visits, trips, communication from. relative in transit. Pisces, Virgo persons figure prominently. GEMINI (May 21-Jun» 20): This can be your power-play dayl Astrological, numerical cycles highlight intense relationship, authority, responsibility, increased 1 income. Accept challenge which includes meeting deadline. CANCER (Junt 21-July 22): Moon in your sign emphasizes appearance, personality, timing, ability to take advantage of unusual circumstances. Romance figures prominently, you no longer feel alone. Yes, purchase apparell LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Individual close to you confides secret. Emphasis on discretion, clandestine arrangement dining in out-of-way place. Light will be shed on areas previously obscured. Another Leo plays role. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): You receive applause for turning in "outstanding performance." Lunar, numerical cycles accent popularity, public acclaim, chance to hit financial jackpot. You'll successfully utilize powers of persuasion. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct 22): Emphasis on prestige, standing in community, possible promotion. Spotlight on social activity, popularity, unusual journey. You'll be sensitive concerning appearance, weight, apparel, body image. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Be aware of details, source material, small prmt. Long-distance call could relate to social affair that includes travel. You're due to receive possible assignment. Another Scorpio plays key role. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Oec. 21): Do some private detective work. Missing funds can be recovered by filling out correct forms. By making special effort, defeat will be transformed into victory. Gemini, Virgo persons play roles. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Major domestic adjustment is highlighted, includes beautifying surroundings. Gift representing genuine token of affection is "on the way." Attention also centers on legal papers, partnership, marital status. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-F«b. IB): Lunar position accents dependents, pets, employment, excellent report concerning future prospects. Keep resolution relating to diet, nutrition, general health. Pisces, Virgo persons in picture. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Scenario could include "emotional fireworks." Spotlight on style, romance, intensity, excitement of discovery. You'll have more responsibility, but chance for additional income is also present. ACROSS 1 Verdi heroine 5 City vehicle 8 Bugle call 12 Animal's stomach 13 French assent 41 Asian wild ox 42 Soak flax 45 Table spread 46 One- baggers By Eugene Sbe/fer 3 Beaver works 4 Wonder 5 Tennis arena 6 Mom's sister AMQTHER NAME FOR A CREPIT .CARP. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Ttfrffl^rtr^Y! TS? THAT ^AMBLED WORD GAME ** >y *y far £f taraQ * b y Henri Arnold and Bob Lee VBOR X; ^ZUG ^ >^^> Print answ terdays Jurnb Answ ELYSEP ^ j CLEMUS K; I ^ vrhore: ^ C^~>Cj! 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