Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 30, 1987 · Page 12
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Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California · Page 12

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1 2 -WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 30,1987 -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL' T.V. Log WEDNESDAY EVENING O KTVU O KRON e KPIX KQO O KrCU £Q KTXL JD KBHK £D MCTV WGN WTBS ESPN DISN DISC NICK HBO SHOW MAX 6:00 | < 3s Company _[ News 6:30 Jeffersons News News MacNell / Lehrer Newshour Simort & Simon Hill Street Blues Gimme Break Int'l Cont'd Happy Days Vienna 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 Baseball San Francisco Giants at Los Angeles Dodgers Wheel CBS News ABC News Business flpt. Enl. Tonight Evening Mag Truth Animals Hawaii Five-0 Family Ties Family Ties Cheers Newlyweds International Baseball: Cubs at Pirates Cont'd News Highway To Heaven Oldest Rookie P. Strangers Express Head Class Own League Year In The Life Magnum, P.I. HooDerrhan Slap Maxwell 10:00 10:30 NoWS St. Elsewhere Equalizer Dynasty Lily Tomlln Movie: "Last Train From Gun Hill" Movie: "Body Heat" Star Trek: The Next Generation Looking East INN News Baseball: Atlanta Braves at Houston Astros Cont'd AWA Championship Wrestling Movie: "Chautauqua Girl" Africa My 3 Sons LovS Expmt. Movie: "Lady L" Spice Of Life Ann Sothern Wildlife Cine Car SA Harry Butler , Monkees Movie: "Old Enough" Movie: "Short Circuit" Cont'd Chet Atkins Tractor Pull Ozzie A.C. Clarke Fishing News Mai Sharps INN News n-...news Benson Movie: "Broken Dreams" Alice 11:00 Late Show MAUJC news News News Dancing Man Rockford Cheers Dating Game Movie: "Man Of The Frontier" Magnum, P.I. _ Movie: "Hud" Movie: "Gold" SportsCenter SportsLook Send. Sports Movie: "The Red Badge Of Courage" China ISpy Truth About Alex Brothers G. Shandling Heart Of The Dragon Donna Reed Mister Ed Karate "James Dean" Wrestling Movie: "Treasure Of Matecumbe" Landscapes My 3 Sons Wildlife Ann Sothern Movte: "About Last Night..." Movie: "Tough Guys" Movie: "Creator" A Failure Car 54 Movie "Laura" Movie: "The Hrtcher" TNtfAitfM By GARY LARSON "Ye», ym, I know fart, Sidney... everybody knows than ... But look: Four wrong* iquored, minus two wrongs to the fourth power, divided by this formula, do make a right." HAGAR THE HORRIBLE By Dik Browne PEANUTS By Charles M. Schulz SUMMER 60ES BY TOO FAST.. I'LL BET IT RAINS AGAIN TOPAY... YESTERPAY WAS TOO HOT. WE WERE OUT OF COLP CEREAL THIS (MORNING.. TME STUPIP TV WASN'T WORKIN6A6A1N... (WHAT'P HE SAY? v " ANDY CAPP By Reggie Smythe BLONDIE By Dean Young and Jim Raymond OH, ANOI MUST TELL SOU, FLO -I GOT THEM TONXVMEA LONG poms THIS SOON ? SAUERKRAUT. LETTUCE, TOMATO PKXLeS.ONIONS, MUSTARD, CATSUP I'VE MADE SOME U3VELV NEW FRIENC.S SINCE I JOINEbTHE XEBSCaURStR) ONJT? © 1987 Daily Minor Newspapers Disl by North America Syndicate Inc By Art Sansom THE BORN LOSER WITH AAU66II06 BEETLE BAILEY By Mort Walker MY WIFE \ WHAT HAP A HAPPENEP BOPY LIKE THAT OKICE- MISS BUXLEY HAS A BOPY THAT JUST WON'T QUIT By Bob Thaves FRANK AND ERNEST FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE <r^ \\ir^--/^^ —• ifli^r By Lynn Walker I UII8H I UJflS R DCGSDONT ASTROLOGY CR CHORES OR rWWlMQt By Sidney Omar Be realistic, Libra For Thursday, Oct. 1,1987 ARIES (March 21-April 19): Family member makes "second attempt" at reconciliation. Gourmet dinner awaits if you accept invitation. Popularity rises, superior is serious about possible promotion. Cancer native plays role. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): You'll have "special success" in dealing with public, especially women. You'll have chance to display product, to advertise and publicize. Long-distance call verifies views, could lead to travel. • GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Keep resolutions concerning diet, nutrition. A "mysterious stranger" is actually a secret admirer. Scenario highlights intrigue, mystery, glamour, spice. Message will become increasingly clear. CANCER (June 21-July 22): Check details, be aware of latest source material. Scenario highlights public relations, reputation, legal rights and permissions. Marital status grabs share of spotlight. Gemini figures prominently. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Scenario accents excitement, discovery, travel, charisma, gain through creative endeavors. You'll receive "back pay" or royalties. Call or message relates to challenge, assignment, deadline. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Domestic adjustment is featured, you'll receive gift which helps beautify home surroundings. Success indicated in dealing with young people, in participation with one who writes, paints, designs. LIBRA (Sept 23-Oct. 22): Focus on real estate, property values, long-range commitments. Define terms, be realistic, see others as they are, not merely as you wish they might be. You'll be invited to join exclusive group. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Focus on power, authority, ability to obtain information previously "prohibited." Relative who does plenty of talking is sincere but could be misinformed. It is best to heed your own counsel. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): Someone wants to "paint your portrait." Emphasis on communication, romance, ability to meet deadline and to reach more people. Financial picture comes into sharp, clear focus. Watch Aries! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): Stress independence, willingness to pioneer a project Take initiative, imprint style, refuse to be sidetracked by belligerent individual. Special note — avoid heavy lifting. Aquarius plays role. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): You'll be playing role of "innocent bystander." If someone believes this, sell him the "Easter Bunny!" In actuality, you will be in thick of things. You'll earn more, you'll enjoy greater popularity. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): What appeared to be a "lost cause" is actually alive, and kicking.' Wish is fulfilled, romance is featured, you'll gain via business or profession. You'll add to apparel in anticipation of journey. CfO»9WOfd By Eugene Sbeffer WHAT SHE CALtEE? HER HUSSAMP VYHgKJ H5 KgrTONI TBUUM& THOSE SAMS PLP JOKES. I THAT SCRAMBLED WORD GAME by Henri Arnold and Bob Lee TASEC n ^ ~s s ^ CLAIME /~ > V S f ^ \^ y r ~> ^ J IMERG ^^^N ^^ STELED ' 'S ^ J ( \ ^ ^ ^^ J Yesterday's Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as sug gested by the above cartoon (Answers tomorrow) Jumbles: TWICE RAPID AWEIGH FLAGON Answer: What that guy who acted HKe a skunk hoped that nobody would get— WIND OF IT ACROSS 1 Old crone 4 — Marian 8 Social group 12 Storm center 13 Home of the lepre chaun 14 Israeli dance 15 Be a stool pigeon? 16 Fleet canine 1 8 Role for Pat Morita 20 Weaken 21 Imitates 24 O.T. prophet 28 Hunt ing dog 32 Verne's captain 33 French soul 34 Squinvl 41 Palm cockatoo 43 Sly, sidelong look 44 Dangerous curve 46 White cliffs city 50 Irish or Russian 55 TV actor Robert 56 — vera 57 Away from the wind 58 Cain's land 3 "I — Kick Out of You" 4 Fancy name for Bigfoot? 5 Word before base or brake 6 Anger 7 Actress Susan et al. 8 Polish composer 9 Role for Ed Asner 59 Diary word 10 Footed 60 Equal 61 Printer's measures DOWN 1 Popular sandwich 2 Nurse, in India vase 11 Rotten 17 Sandwich filler 19 College cheer 22 River in France Solution time: 22 mins. aaaa rjrjHU nmra EDHQQ rancua aau GjaEHHamra amn 345 — canto (singing style) 37 Night liftht .')» Norwc gian i lot! aaa nrarnrj Yeftterday'u anitwer 9-30 23 Fishhook line- leader 25 Philippine island 2q Hemsley sitcom 27"— Back the Dawn" 28 White House pet 29 Khayyam 30 Arctic- gull genus 31 Dick Van — 35 Cat or dog, perhaps? 38 Choose 40 Spanish gold 42 Hardwood tree 45 Daytime TV fare 47 Hollywood iTosser? 48 Orwell's school 49 Taylor ami Cameron 0 Small mass 51 Hitrcclona bravo 52 Mauna 53 Ruhhei (roe 54 Society pan*' word 9-30 B O S g o i CRYPTOQUIP KN Y KVBKSP Ell N E R I ? N K U U E I D U ' g VYRI FS FIG KVEUI. Yesterday's Cryptoquip: PUFFED-UP BRAGGART'S HEADY BOASTING IS THE PATTER OF TINY FEAT. Today's Cryptoquip clue: I! equals N The Cryptaquip is a simple substitution cipher in which each letter used stands for another. If you think that X equals 0, it wiU equal 0 throughout the puzzle,

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