Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 28, 1987 · Page 8
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8 -MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 28,1987 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL' T.V. Log MONDAY EVENING KTVU KRON KPK KQO a KICU m KTXL a KBHK <& MCTV WON WTBS ESPN DtSN DISC NICK HBO SHOW MAX • 6:00 3's Company News 6:30 Jeffersons News 7:00 Cheers Wheel CBS News V 7:30 M'A'S'H Ent. Tonight Evening Mag. 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 Movte: "Dennis Tbe Menace" ALF Kate&Allte Val'a Family E. Relative NFL Football: Denver Broncos at Cleveland Browns MacNell / Lehrer Newshour Simon & Simon Hill Street Blues Gimme Break • Happy Days Sports "The Main Event ' Cont'd Business Rpt. Animals Hawaii jFlve-0 Family Ties Family Ties International News Baseball: Braves at Reds Cont'd Auto Racing: IMSA GTP Series Cheers NBwtyweds Scandinavia INN News America By Design 10:00 10:30 >i—...- (WHS Movte: "Assault And Matrimony" Newhart D. Women BIIIRafferty Treasure Houses Of Britain Movie: "Prime Cut" Star Trek: The Next Generation Buck Rogers Media Arts H'mooners Buck Rogers Cagney & Lacey MacGyver Hoflywood »!....- IVOnS INN NOWS News Benson Alice Movie: "Atlantic" 11:00 Late Show MAUM PICWS News News H.Caldlcott Rockford Cheers Dating Game Movte Magnum, P.I. '. Movte: "The Nun's Story" Movte: "Cannery Row" Auto Racing Movie: "Bom Free" Heart Of The Dragon My 3 Sons Ann Sothern Landscapes Car 54 Movie: "Another Woman's Child" Cont'd Wildlife ( Monkees Fraggle Rock Movie: "The Turning Point" Movie: "The SlenderThread" Ozzto Tomorrow SportsCenter National Geographic Explorer SportsLook NFL Theatre Movte: "The Member 01 The Wedding" India Journey 'Spy Wonder Of Western Australia Donna Reed Mister Ed Movie: "The Fly" The Temptations & Four Tops Moments Moments Movte: "Thunder In The Valley" Wild Orphans My 3 Sons Down Under Ann Sothern Odyssey Car 54 Movte: "Mandela" Movte: "Teachers" Movie: "Only When 1 Laugh" "Prtal'sHonr" Jflpvte: "Class" TNI FA* By GARY LARSON HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Dik Browne PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz A PIZZA TO A AVAN Mr/V A NO. MA^M, I WASN'T GIVING THE ANSWERS... 1 LOA5JU5T LEAKING INFORMATION. ANDY CAPP By Reggie Smythe LIKE? /"" "^ V REALLY \ v \ SCW1ETHING) f > -ANt> ^ I ( BRAINS \ ' I TpA\ATCH ) « ' © 1987 Daily Mirror Newspapers. Ltd Disl by North America Syndicate Inc YOU DON'T HAVE TO.IKNOW\OU , CAN NEVER BE < SATISREtSWnVt^ AUASSWHOt^S r bAFT ENOUGH 1OAVARVVOU > L — 9-.28 C^ETV'SELFO (.T'EiEtvLXVD) v>^^s-C«j^A-' BLONDIE By Dean Young and Jim Raymond THE BORN LOSER By Art Sansom AND IP VOU'RE | PREP YOU'LL, PINO ANOTHER ONE 1 HATE HEVBRBe v... rr ALWAYS WORKS: -X BEETLE BAILEY FRANK AND ERNEST By Bob Thaves PERSONNEL THE ATTENTION oN THE Llfcg THE ON °LAIP OFF" THAVCS 9 -2 a ASTROLOGY By Sidney Omar Virgo, hang on to your principles For Tuesday, Sept 29, ARIES (March 21-Aprll 19): Mercury does a high-wire act on area of chart relating to mystery, intrigue, the occult. Lunar, numerical cycles emphasize new forms of communication. You'll be dealing with design and symbols. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): There is talk concerning possible promotion or partnership. 'Some say the/e could be a "conflict of interest." Ported self in clinches, refuse to be intimidated by gossip. Aquarian plays paramount role. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): You receive news concerning work procedures, basic issues, employment relating to a dependent. Your own popularity zooms, you'll be invited to social affair that could include travel. Applaud I •. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Study Gemini message for valuable hint. Break from tradition indicated, be aware of fine print, steer clear of one who seeks you as "co-signer." Taurus, Scorpio persons will figure prominently. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Family member talks about various opportunities but mak& it clear forces are scattered. Be perceptive, realize you are on brink of significant discovery. Romance will figure prominently. Send flowers! VIRGO (Aug. 23-S«pl. 22): Be diplomatic, but don't abandon principles. Close relative confides confusion. Money and property could be involved. You'll be invited to attend concert. Taurus, Scorpio, Libra persons will play key roles. LIBRA (S»pt. 23-Ocl. 22): Define terms, streamline procedures. Relative in transit might forget to relay message. Make inquiries, double check lease, license requirements. Individual behind scenes serves as your 'private cheering section." SCORPIO (Oct 23-Nov. 21): You'll locate what had been missing, you'll gain more authority, you could also win important legal decision. Love relationship grows strong. You'll be asked to meet ON 1 ELECTION! PAY THE L06EHSOTTHB WIMNER THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by Henri Arnold and Bob Lee TENKO r "Y" ^ v ^\ j n. PAMCH r ~\ \ / TONBEN YOANNE IJCJ ^ A — ; Print answer hen: Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Saturday's (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: PANSY RUMMY SIMILE FUTURE Answer: What's the weatherman's usual ad|ective?-"UNUSUAL" By Mort Walker specific deadline. Observe Capricorn. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-D.c. 21): Cycle is completed, you return to "old surroundings." Lively Mercury, quiet Saturn causa you to "make good" on promises. Task will be completed, you gain added recognition. CAPRICORN (DM. 22-Jtn. 19): You'll make new start, you also encounter creative, dynamic, attractive individuate who appreciate your talents. Invitation received to join prestigious group, organization. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-F«b. 18): Dilemma resolved, you get credit long overdue. You'll win friends, gain influence, have legitimate opportunity to hit financial jackpot. Trust "inner feelings." Another Aquarian plays paramount role. PiSCESjFeb. 19-March 20): Give full play to curiosity — make inquiries, add to wardrobe, open lines of communication. Aim high, realize your services are needed. Focus on prestige, promotion, standing in community. FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE By Lynn Walker , is COLORING'. GDOM'TBiE KNOtOlOHFTT SEE.THOSE.BOOKS?SEE RULTHflT PFVEK? MOU) By Eugene Sbeffer ACROSS 34 Like some 1 Rachel's grapes? sister 35 East 5 Ending African for pine tribe or ultima 36 Aquatic 8 — Beach, animal Florida 37 Cut 12 Irk molars UJolltet's 40 Poem discovery 41 Hop kiln in 1669 42 City in Egypt 47 Sea eagle 48 Eternal 49 Winter vehicle 50 John 15 Where to see the Great Mosque 16 Camp shelter 17 Make lace 18 Believers in God 20 Take place 23 —of speech 24 New Mexico resort 25 Young maidens 28 California fort 29 Danube feeder 30 .June's "hurray" 32 Rich fabrics Hancock's need? 51 Glut DOWN 1 Cover 2 A concern of'NOW 3 Ending for fore or fire 4 Gap in a sequence 5 Diplomat's need 6 Maori wages 7 More than one madame 8 Diminutive 9 War god 10 Linen fuzz 11 New York ball club 13 Peter or Ivan Solution time: 24 mine. Yesterday'* answer 9-28 19 Formerly 20 Indian 21 One type pf trick 22 Musical passage 23 Hooded jacket 25 Served Uie food 26 Plunder 27 S, wing on a pivot 29 Window part 31 Blunder. 33 Tangled 34 Swift mounts 36 He reigns i»t Valhalla 37 -f- the mark (.conforms) 38 Nobleman 39 Early serf 40 Portent 43 French qonkey 44 Maria's aunt 45 High ex plosive 46 Vital statistic 9-28 R P K B M L K T U CBYPTOQUIP NOSYT'D ROSYD PKL NYLLYT ZU 0 C Z F'C - T Z D Y N K Z B M Z U F ? Saturday'* Cryptoqulp: WAS HAMLET'S DOG, LIKE HIS MASTER, KNOWN AS A GREAT DANE? Today's Cryptoquip clue: N equals B

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