Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 27, 1993 · Page 18
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 18

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B-6 — SUNDAY, JUNE 27, 1993 BEETLE BAILEY -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL By Mod Walker THE PRESENT I KNOW/ WHY ARE VOU TELLINS A THE CUTTING SACK ALL PDWN THE LINE BLONDIE By Dean Young and Jim Raymond Mff. 0UMSTEAD, "S WELL, ELMO, I'M HOT AND ./ WE HAVE -.THIRSTY rf2" MOST \1_-A. V7 ANYTHIN6 COULD I HAVE A OBINK OP COUP WATEB PROM YOUR -r HOSE OUTSIDE ? CALVIN AND HOBBES By Bill Watterson IS UUGWNG IN HIS SLEEP. HEE HEE HEt PSST7 X 2ZZ... SHU, SO / POONCE ON FUNM?/ CALVIN.., Z2... HEE HEE... mm TO LIFE FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston OH,MflN-~TBflT IS I HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Dik Browne PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz you CAN 6ET A MIT, MAYBE IT'LL STOP SOON.. TijJO STRIKES ON THAT ROUNP- HEAPEP KIR ANP IT STARTS RAININ6! People proud to 'spend' inheritance Dear Ann Landers: I'm writing about the greedy daughters who were upset because their father was spending what they considered to be their inheritance. Last year on my 70th birthday, I received this beautiful essay written by my daughter, Theresa Keegan Monroe. It will be too late to run on Father's Day, but I hope you will print it anyway. Thank you, Ann. My Inheritance I have something I want to share with you — I'm spending my inheritance. When I find the courage to stand up for my rights or the rights of others, I inherited that from my dad. When I look at the flag and feel an enormous sense of pride in my country, I inherited that from my dad. When I find the strength to tackle a problem that looks impossible or overwhelming and I stick with it, I inherited that from my dad. When I'm able to make people laugh — or better yet — laugh at myself — I inherited that from my dad. When something I do seems original or creative, I know it didn't come from out of the blue. I inherited it from my dad. When my friends come to me for help, and I take the time to be Ann Landers Letters to Ann Landers should be mailed to P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, III. 60611-0562 supportive, I inherited that from my dad. When my children get discouraged or disillusioned because of life's challenges and inequities, I say to them, 'Tf you can find some wisdom in my thoughts or some measure of strength and courage to face the future, you are welcome to it, because I inherited that from my dad." — Proud Father in Roseville. Dear Proud: Thank you for reminding us that parents are teaching their children every day by example — both good and bad. Here's more on the same subject: Dear Ann Landers: Can you stand another letter about inheritance? I hope so, because here it is. When my dad died several years back, he left everything to my mom. Her will states that everything she has goes to me. But because Mom was relatively young when Dad died, she is now worried that she is "using up" my inheritance. I've tried to tell her that what Dad left her is hers, not mine, but she frets about spending "my" inheritance to have her roof fixed or go visit her sisters. Will you help me get a message across to that dear woman? As I see it, I ALREADY have my inheritance from her. For one thing, I have her distinctive nose and big feet. She and Dad dragged me to church (I'm a deacon now) and sent me to college. I learned from my mom how to be a good neighbor and a good citizen. She taught me generosity and independence and how to find my way around the kitchen. In short, I've inherited everything I need to be a secure, productive, responsible adult. It is extremely likely that my mom will indeed "use up" my inheritance. In fact, she will probably need financial help in her last years, so I'm trying to set aside some savings now against that day. I figure I owe her, not the other way around. I feel sorry for those selfish sisters who begrudge their dad his home improvements because it means he will leave them less. They must be awfully empty inside. How sad. — Grateful Child in Raleigh, N.C. Dear Raleigh: Beautifully put. Thanks for saying it so well. What's your sign? Astrologlccl horoscopes are for entertainment purposes only. <Your ^Birthday Sunday, June 27,1993 Your chances lor advancement are likely to be better in the coming year in your present field rather than striking out elsewhere. The key to success is to make yourself indispensable where you are. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Today there's a possibility you might be a bit more forgetful than usual, especially when it comes to remembering commitments you made to your spouse or family members. Cancer, treat yourself to a birthday gift. Send for your Astro-Graph predictions for the year ahead by mailing $1.25 and a long, self- adressed, stamped envelope to Astro- Graph, c/o this newspaper, P.O. Box 4465, New York, N.Y. 10163. Be sure to state your zodiac sigh.'i ..I LEO (July 23-Aug:'22) When dealing with subordinants todayj_(make certain your directives to them are clear and explicit. Fuzzy commands could create serious problems. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) In your pastimes with friends today, try not to get involved in activities where betting is a key element. This could produce all types of unpleasant side effects. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) If you hope to play a leadership role today where your peers are concerned, you must first have a concise plan of action. Nobody will follow you if you don't know where you're going yourself. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Your nobler compassionate instincts will be easily aroused today when others need your help. You'll do so without making them feel obligated or inferior. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Be conscious of conditions today when in the company of friends who haven't been doing as well materially as you have lately. Thoughtlessness could embarrass them. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Flattery will not accomplish your purposes today. In fact, it could prove to be very counterproductive. If you want to create good will with friends, be sincere. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Be very careful that you don't let something told to you in confidence slip out to the wrong party. Keeping secrets may not be your long suit today. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) If there is something important that must be done today, try to do it yourself instead of delegating it to someone else. There's a possibility you might pick the wrong surrogate. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Rather than being ineffectively indecisive, it is often better to take some type of action, even if it isn't under optimum conditions. Don't look for excuses to support delays. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) If you're working with tools or materials today with which you're unfamiliar, take time to thoroughly read the directions and instructions before starting. It could save you a peck of trouble. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You might be exceptionally curious today and try to pry into the confidential'matters'Of frie'nds. It's best you don't, because what you'learn may displease you. Monday, June 28,1993 In the year ahead you could be luckier than usual in being able to finalize matters to your satisfaction on your first or second try. However, you will have to totally dedicate yourself to your endeavor. CANCER (June 21-July 22) An endeavor in which you're presently involved is in dire need of effective leadership. You're the person who can fulfill this lack, so make your move today. Major changes are ahead for Cancer in the coming year. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You're probabilities for success are quite high today. Victories in various areas of your life are likely, not so much from what you do but from what others do for you. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Bored friends will welcome your companionship today, because there is an air of excitement and adventure in your persona. What you project is genuine, not a put on. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Be alert for profitable developments today, because something unexpected might pop up that would permit you to tie two loose ends together and gain substantially in the process. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) A situation similar to one you handled successfully recently could repeat itself again today. Do exactly what you did previously that produced productive results. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21 (Persons who like you are apt to bend over backwards today to assist you in any manner they can. If you're in need of a special favor, go to your pals first. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) There are indications you might form two new partnership arrangements at this time. Although they will be unrelated, both could be successful in their own way. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Instead of evading challenges today, step boldly forward and meet them head-on. Opposition serves to awaken your stronger qualities and your resolve to win. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) You're up to handling a full schedule today, so block your time accordingly. Activities energize you, whereas a lack of things to do will be tiring. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Take matters into your own hands today if those to whom you delegated them aren't performing to your satisfaction. These are situations you should be taking care of yourself. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) You're very perceptive today and your judgment could be quite keen. Don't be afraid to make difficult decisions because your ability to analyze is profound. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Give priority today to situations that are meaningful to you in material ways and can be finalized now. Focus on immediate returns. THE BORN LOSER r waL / THORNAPPL£ ( ABOUT YOUR eye DOMT TELL ME....I SHOULD HKV6 COMEIM YEARS A60TO BEFITTED By Art & Chip Sansom 'cCTS POT IT THIS WAY, ONLY YOUR* IS 20-20! RIGHT? ALLEY OOP By Dave Graue and Jack Bender FRANK & ERNEST By Bob Thaves $AtV Tv^O ^H/PJ * TH£ N/6HT, y^A/P MY CA160 Me. IN ROBOTMAN ALLEY OOP KING GUZ. AND THE _. UO. BAND OF MOOVIAN6 LEAVE VERDE TO RETURN TO MOO.... OTHER EVENTS ARE TAKING PLACE THAT WILL MAKE THEIR LIVES INTERESTING WHEN THEY RETURN HOME.' 6-26 ARLO & JANIS IS THIS THE CAVE OF flUNDRA, THE IT t6! HUNTER? ,_-fWHOMZE OUST BECAUSE OVJR WENT OUT WESNT MEW THENKSHT'S RUINEP-WE CAN HAVE A PLEASANT CONVERSATION.,, IWASKTTHEPHNRWRY WAS WORKING THE COUNTER AND HE.. By Jim Meddick By Jimmy Johnson \ f COULP WE WOVE THIS II M.QNO?IHNte-WE 11 ATTENTIQN SPAN OF i IV TSETStFLV... « ^ s >*. riDe'*> COMING \\» WINTHROP By Dick Cavall TOQAYTHE AIR WILL. BE HOTANP MUSGY... V tftM by NEA. me so DON'T TAK& \ •YOUR BAB^T OUT IN me / BUQSY. 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