Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on June 30, 1993 · Page 12
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 12

Ukiah, California
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Wednesday, June 30, 1993
Page 12
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12 —WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1993 BEETLE BAILEY -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- By Mori Walker LISTEN, THE 0EWERAL 15 TALKIMS TO HIMSELF A0AIN THANK VOU, THANK YOU, ONEANP ALL... < WHATS HE LIKE IN REAL LIFE AH, YOU LIKE THAT LITTLE JEST? WELL, HERE'S ANOTHER ONE IF YOU'LL STOP LAU0HIN6 WEU NEVER FINISH BLONDIE Dean Young and Jim Raymond THIS NEW 0IET I'MTBYINS ONLY LETS MXl HAVE SMALL •AMOUNTS AT EACH MEAL ALl • / SO WHATPO •VOU HAVE THERE ? CALVIN AND HOBBES By Bill Watterson I REN) THAI ARE TRXlNG TC) COMPUTERS TWNK ISHT THAT WEIRD?? \F COMPUTERS/CM\ THINK VMN.T NILL/PEOPIS BE. BETTER AT AMAH MNX8E. TUECLL INMEHT A PSKUOT1C COMPUTER,. FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Johnston HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Dik Browne PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz CMARLIE 0ROWN 15 ROUNPIN6 FIRST! HE'S R0UNPIN6 SECONP! ME'5 ROUNPIK6THIRP... T^ l/^'f 0UT ROV H0005' 6REAT-6RANPPAU6HTER HAS THE BALL!! SHE'S BLOCKING THE PLATE!'.' _ 6-30 v> 1993UrmedFeature Syndicate, inc. THE BORN LOSER By Art & Chip Sansom DONTFBET, A\Y BOY... YOU GET Av FRCCDBOP THERE! NOT IN TH6, note! 'Missing' jackfet mysteriously reappears Dear Ann Landers: My dear friend, "Alice," has always included me in her family activities. She invites me for every Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter. Here's the problem: Several years ago, I bought myself an expensive taupe leather and suede jacket. I loved the jacket so much that I bought a taupe sweater and a leather skirt to match. The outfit was really a knockout. Whenever I wore it, I received loads of compliments. A year ago, my jacket disappeared. Because I travel a lot, I thought I had left it somewhere. Alice's younger sister, "June," works at my doctor's office. When I had a checkup last week, I stopped by to chat with her, and there, hanging on the back of her office door, was my taupe suede jacket. I was so shocked I was speechless. When I got home, I called Alice and told her what I had seen. She said she'd talk to June about it. Well, June told Alice that she had bought the jacket herself. Alice said she didn't believe her sister, but she wanted to give her the opportunity to return it wiih grace. So far, she hasn't. I just came home from another family get-together, and June was there. She seemed very uncomfortable. I really want my jacket back, Ann, but I'm concerned that it Ann Landers Letters to Ann Landers should be mailed to P.O. Box 11562, Chicago, III. 60611-0562 might cause a rift, and I don't want to lose Alice's friendship. How should I handle this? Should I give June the rest of the outfit if she continues to maintain that the jacket is hers? She will never be so well-dressed in her life. Please help me out. — Fort Wayne, Ind. Dear F.W.: Give it one more shot. Go see June, and tell her you know that jacket is yours and you want it back—no questions asked. If she still insists that she bought it, ask her to produce proof— such as the name of the store, etc. Of course, she will not be able to produce proof, but you will have had the satisfaction of letting her know you know she's a liar and a 'thief. That should be 1 enough. Dear Ann Landers: I have been ' married for five months and have ; regretted it every day since. I've been miserable and now realize this marriage was a huge mistake. I am in counseling, but my husband won't participate. Although I ve pleaded with him, he refuses to improve our marriage in any way. I feel I should get a divorce, go back to college and make a life ol my own. My problem is that I don t know how to tell my parents. They are wonderful people, and we are very close. No one in our family has ever been divorced. It would be a terrible shock to them. I should tell you also that they didn t want me to get married because (a) they thought I was too young, and (b) they were not fond of my choice. Also, they spent a small fortune on the wedding and gave us a number of expensive gifts. Although our marriage has been bad since day one, I have never told my parents about any of our problems. This will be a devastating blow to them. What should I do? Please throw me a lifeline. — Sinking Fast in Massachusetts Dear Sinking: If the marriage is hopeless and you are as unhappy as you sound, your parents would not want you to stay in such a rotten situation. Simply tell them flat out how miserable you are, and I'm sure they will be understanding and supportive. P.S. If your counselor hasn't told you this, you need another counselor. What's your sign? Astrological horoscopes sr* (or entertainment purposes only. qfour ^Birthday Thursday, July 1,1993 More travel than usual Is a possibility for the year ahead, especially important trips you'll be making for business purposes. You could be luckier on the road than you will be staying in a fixed position. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Even though conditions might not be optimum today, try to focus your efforts and energies on fulfilling your ambitious objectives. Trying to patch up a broken romance? The Astro- Graph Matchmaker can help you to understand what to do to make the relationship work. Mail $2 and a long, self-addressed, stamped envelope to Matchmaker, P.O. Box 4465, New York, N.Y. 10163. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Have fun and enjoy your friends today, but don't get involved in business situations with one another. They might not work out too well and it could put wrinkles in the relationships. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) If you have something important you're hoping to pull off today, try to do it with the aid of family members and relatives rather than with outsiders. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Your powers of observation should be quite keen today. Important knowledge can be acquired by closely observing others, especially persons who you feel you'd like to emulate. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) If you use your common sense and business instincts in your financial dealings today you should come out on the plus side of the ledger. Let your natural inclinations guide you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) The ability to operate independently of others will be important to you today. Don't get involved with people or situations that could tie you down. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Conditions 1 are a trifle unusual today. You could be in' for a pleasant surprise, especially if you visualize events ending up in a positive manner. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Benefits could develop for you through your social contacts, so take advantage of every opportunity you get today to see and be seen. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) A goal you're anxious to achieve is attainable, but it might have to be done the hard way. Don't be discouraged if it is a little tough getting started. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Keep your schedule flexible today so that you can deal with unexpected changes. There's a good chance a couple of things might occur in which you'll want to participate. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Investigate situations today which could be developed into an additional source of earnings. If you'll look hard enough, you might uncover something pretty exciting. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Today you 1 might be more fortunate through a partnership arrangement than you will be functioning as an independent operator. Don't treat indifferently that which works the best. POP CULTURE By Steve McGarry Dame Edna Everage is the alter ego of Australian Barry Humphries. Bom In Melbourne In 1 934,Humphrles studied law, philosophy and fine art at Melbourne University, abandoning his studies to work in theater. Moving to London, he was understudy for the role of Fagln in the stage show "Oliver 1 before landing his own British TV show in 1968. ©1993 by NEA, Inc. 6/30 "^ Identify the following Australians: a) rugged star of "The Birds" and "The Time Machine" b) topped the charts in the early '80s with "Down Under" c) chart-topper who recorded "All I Have to Do Is Dream" with Victoria Principal d) married to Linda Kozlowskl JQlAej. pog (e :tJ»M«uv \^I. FRANK & ERNEST By Bob Thaves SB ALLEY OOP By Dave Graue and Jack Bender ROBOTMAN By Jim Meddick AS SOON Afl MY {fiOOtt VYHEM T A* fiOON^flRSATl I'll. MASTERPIECE IS VCAN VOeT / A* I OET ) 6O TELL AM ARTIST IS ^THAT'S (OA. DEAR/\WB1X SINCE THAT 0OIN01O PAINT) RtOHT, ( WKATEVER j SKIN YttOT ON 16 •~ ™ - L.UH...INT6NPEP TO SHOWER THIS IAORNIN&, BUT 1 HfrNE r\ STEP AMP...UH,. HKK.l OUT WITH PLWN OL' FOIKS... SMTOFTHEEAPCW THE...ERR..5REKT CAN'T HOW HONORED WE ARE TO PRNEWTO \ FELVAS (AINP \.OPEN K WINDOW? « ARLO & JANIS By Jimmy Johnson ALMO&f TWO MOM ADD DAD ARE, UAVIUft TOMORROW.' WINTHROP By Dick Cavalli WHEW THE YQOFM L.IFEAW2 J22. ANPT60 TO MY ETERNAL THE PAPER BAe \ INDUSTRY WIU. W SO RiaHT DOWN A THEDF^AIN. /" ^ x> -—^ ^— c:

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