Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 17, 1987 · Page 12
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 12

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12-THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER M, 1987 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL. T.V. Log THURSDAY EVENING WTBS ESPN MSN DSC MCK HBO MAX 6:00 3'» Company IJtrJersons 6:30 'eoe John Paul II Cont'd 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 M'A'S'H IBIoValleyRound-UpOfStarc Vhit Of Pope John Paul II 'opt John Paul II: Th» American Journey Cont'd POOB In America Cont'd MacNafl / L«u6r Nemnour Rockford Files Star Trek Facts Of Lite G^tiVisnv Cosby Show I Bob Hope Special The Muopets Pope In America Business Rot. I Only Orn Earth Fan Guy WKRP QoodTlrrns Happy Days N6w!y^6d8 Ntohtcourt ILA.UH 10:00 10:30 We The People 200: The ConsttaittorH Qtt Movie: "Mr. Mom" Mystery! 11:00 UM8MW Great PartormanoM Papal Visit Movie Cont'd NQWS Movte "Buffltt" Cont'd Sorter Mag. | VolHybeH: Pro Beach Town. Movie: "OMYeNer" Kingdoms My 3 Sons TMs England AnnSothem Movie: "Players" Cont'd Animal World Car 54 INN N0W8 Movie: "A Little Sex" A Gambler Tales Fishing Ate* Movie: "Sinners In Paradise" Trapper John, M.D. Na* FwUHl MrMm KOM DMMteM MoM* "Holowtrlwh" Movie: "King Hat" Movie: "Bonnte And Clyde" Windsurfing Animsls AlOeming Scuba World Onto Scientists SportsCenter SportsLook Schol. Sports Movie: "Maryland" Pacific ISpy Movie: "Bronco Billy" Sea People Donna Reed Mister Ed Space Oasis MOVWC TiM nBwINQ MlQ Tnv COMrvOr MOVVK An AiMncM In Pvto NWAnMNH My 3S009 Movie: "Night Of The Creeps" Movie: "Betrayed" Movie: "Murphy's Romance" Movie: "Warning Sign" Chet Atkins AnnSoVNiti Gaiegber's Overbear* Movie: "Under The Rainbow" TIN8MOW Car 84 •Teachan" TMt PAR tfftl By GARY LARSON Flamingo fought HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Dik Browne PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz U)E NEEP TO LIVE CLOSER TO A LAKE. ANDY CAPP By Reggie Smythe BLONDIE By Dean Young and Jim Raymond EVERY AVDRNINCJ, THE SAME OUs ARGUMENT -WHOSE TURN IS IT TO BUY THE DRINKS THAT TAKBS W9 YBARS OF BXWWIiNCB sonny, WE'RE ALL our OP WHATCHAMACALUTS AH,WELL,T1ME TO OPEN UP. By Art Sansom THE BORN LOSER WAS TALKING TD TOE PILOT! AgOJ ID TAK5 OFF By Mort Walker BEETLE BAILEY IF you POKl'T LIKE TME WAV THE POOP LOOKS, JUST SAtf 60! I'M TIREP Of THESE SUBTLE . PUT-P0VVMS.' By Bob Thaves FRANK AND ERNEST j. poNT IT CAN'T By Lynn Walker FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE ASTROLOGY By Sidney Omar Cancer, reach beyond your limits For Friday, S«pt. 18,1987 ARIES (March 21-AprH 19): This can be your power-play day) Lunar, numerical cyctes accent intrigue, pressure, deadline, creativity, circumstances that swing in your favor. You'll certainly have IUCK in money and love. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Get started on new project Obtain valuable hint by studying Aries message. Emphasize confidence, initiative, originality, check wi*i older individual regarding real estate. Leo plays role. GEMINI (May 21-Jun* 20): Intuition rings true, short trip is part of scenario, ideas can be transformed into profitable project. Relative who failed twice" is now due to succeed — listen! Cancer native figures prominently. CANCER (June 21-Jury 22): Reach beyond previous limitations. You're due to receive credit for project started more than six months ago. Money picture is brighter than might be imagined. Lost article will be located. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Dig deep for information, check source material, take initiative, realize you are on right track. Judgment, intuition are on target. You'll receive favorable public attention — views will be vindicated. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Define terms, be analytical, choose quality over quantity. Someone provides you with "privileged information." Scenario highlights communication, self-expression, travel. Libra, Sagittarius play roles. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct 22): Significant changes occur which affect life style. Popularity increases, wish is fulfilled. You receive money that had been withheld. Focus on friends, desires, powers of persuasion. Taurus figures prominently. SCORPIO (Ocl. 23-Nov. 21): Individual in position of authority could be temporarily "embarrassed." Avoid pressing — patience will prove to be virtue. Terms require dear definition. Know it, play waiting game. Pisces in picture. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Study Scorpio message for valuable hint. Avoid rushing to judgment. Focus on philosophy, religion, spiritual values, long-range prospects, possibility of journey. Virgo native will play key role. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Focus on power, authority, confidence, willingness to accept challenge of deadline. You'll earn more money, credit wjll be extended, you could initiate profitable business enterprise. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Finish what you start, realize that more persons are interested in your thoughts, actions. Focus on legal affairs, special documents, rights and permissions. Marital status will also be spotlighted. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): Be careful in handling leases, special documents, other people's money. You'll be concerned with intrigue, possibly the occult. Member of opposite sex wants very much to confide feelings. Protect interests! By Eugene Sbeffer 1-ir A HYPOCHONDRIAC SUFFER* IN A HUKIPM7 WAM5, BUT KlfVf K IN THIS. I THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by Henri Arnold and Bob Lee TAIRE ^ J GUSINE r ^ "> S / ±^ KERCE r~\ ^ J ^^^ ^ J DEYMEL f ^> k, j Yesterday's Now arrange trw circled Utters to form the surprise answer, M sug- peeled by the above cartoon. Print answer here: |TT T ^C XT (Answers tomorrow) j Jumbles: AXIOM CLOUT BEFOUL JIGGER Answer: A professional crook spends his time try- Ing to get money without getting this— "TIME 1 ' ACROSS 1 Vault 5 Bath powder 9Krazy — 12 "Family Ties" role 18 Sills song 14 Pitching stat 15 "Shift!" 17 Omelet start 18 Start a voyage 10 Canadian players 21 Thus 22 Chic topper 24 Wit's forte 27 Dale's spouse 28 Met VIP 81 Reverence 82 Nay oppoaer 38 Hip, '606-style 34 Brewery output 89 Last letter, in Britain 87Repair 38 Thesis 40 Party 41 like a tough guy 48 Detect* 47 —Jima 48 Be alert 51 Bill's partner 58 Singer Fitzgerald 58 Challenge 54 The works 55 Thin cut 5« Metallic button DOWN 1 Fifth Avenue store 2 Not aweather 8 Fathom parts 4 Reveal 6 Stretched out eOnasais 7 Tall tale 8 Supply the eats 8 What metronomes do 10 Mythical ship 11 ID for luggage 16 Status — 20 Struck out 22 Actor Charles 28 Ogled 24 Quick punch 25 Be in arrears 26 "Don't panic! 27 Level 28 From, in Frankfurt SO Append 85 Cheer 37 Singles 88 Elbows 40 Grass moisture 41 Thin mineral 42 Deserter's label 48 Tiff 44RBI, eg. 45 Beige 49 lose hair 9-17 CBYPTOQUIP T M U D F R M K F W K Q : U D W T P D Z WYaleolaver NKPR I8THYES YQKP KBQ RHR " I S R Z W H K Y N R R . " Ye»terd»y'e Cryptoquip: CARPENTER ON OCEANGOING SHIP: "I'LL SEE WHETHER I CAM SAW AT SEA." Today's Cryptoquip clue: M equals D Hie CryrtMNip U a simple Mitetitution cipher in which tore, short words, and words using an apostrophe can give each letteruwd stamto tor another. If you think that X you clues to locating vowels. Solution is accomplished by equals 0, it will equal 0 throughout the puzzle Single let- trial and error.

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