New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 27, 1987, Page 7

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 27, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zettung New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, January 27,1987 Page 7 Bloom County x > v AR Nfit O    *    '    ,    i scHwwrrmooep MY GOT. /MWJ MW Id ..UNHUMAN pont fop a mure THINK THAT I PONT Love you exactly m rn YOU Att HANPSOME- IF I MAY /MKZ AN ASIPE HERE. NOTI THAT MY SIGNIFICANT OTHER' IS ON THE PRINK Of ENTERING THE CONVERSATIONAL TONE OF A RELATIONSHIP THAT MANY OF US KNOW AS THE PIG lie: listen. PERSONALLY, I THINK THAT REALLY...HUM MUSCLES ARE GROSS    RIGHT Dear Abby Woman Wonders if Fruit Giver Is Really a Fruitcake DEAR ABBY: During the holidays someone left a beautiful big basket of fruit on my doorstep. I thought it a wonderful gesture, but after careful examination, I found there was not a card or any sort of identification on it anywhere. Now, I’m not usually the fraidy- Crossword cat sort of person, but alter thinking about it, and having checked with friends and co-workers fall to no avail), I became rather concerned. Who would leave such a lovely basket with no card? Any other time I would have no qualms about eating it, but because of the Tylenol Cathy Pvt BIEN GIVING HIW THE I Tpyt TRAVELED QUITE A BH EVIL EVE FOR 15 WlNUTES, ; WINO IF I GIVE ll A TRV ? RNO HE STILL DOESN'T HAVE NM RENTAL CAR REAOV. GUE HER THE CAR me her the car. GIVE HER THE CAR Peanuts TOR LOST LUGGAGE, IT S IN the eves. for rental CMS, IT’S IN THE WRIST. IM TALKING TD THIS 6lRL,5EE..iT'5 PURIN6 LUNCH PERIO?... Ii IM TALKING An? i'm talking jJhen All of A 5UPPEN SHE SAYS l'LUH0 ARE YOU? ' WHO AM I?/ IVE SEEN SITTING IN FRONT OF HER FOR THE uUHOLE YEAR1 HOL) CAN SHE NOT » i. ^    •    A    AA    -» MAYBE SHE KN0UJ5, BUT DOESNT CARE V ACROSS 1 Brain mat.er 5 At hand 9 State capital 14 Grogshops 15 Fields Lat 16 Abscond 17 Ratites 18 Rhymester 19 Ascended 20 Antlered 22 Thought highly of 24 Petty ruler 26 Meat cut 27 Allurement 29 Poem 30 Combustion residue 33 Piercers 37 Supplication 38 States 39 Hogwash 40 Flotilla 41 Matches 42 Jazz style 44 Outmoded 45 Cooler 46 Be listless 47 Debacles 49 Designated hitter 53 Turned up 57 Bedevil 58 Marsh grass 59 Composition 61 Table scraps 62 A-S peons 63 Attar 64 Future benefiter 65 Embark on 66 Time periods 67 Catalogue DOWN 1 Instigates 2 Female demon Main shock Affirmers Lay-me-down Sikorsky Salute 8 Sinks completely 9 High ranking 10 Blue shade 11 ill at ease 12 Foil s kin 13 Fix 21 Scurries 23 Cocoons 25 Golf word 28 Child-raising state PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 30 Athena 31 Noticed 32 off 33 Peacock 34 Vicious 35 Requisite 36 Forthwith 37 Abundant 40 Raft 42 Of ships abbr 43 Swindle 45 Log source 47 Declaimer 48 Dividing walls 50 Foot bone pref 51 Oieate 52 Adiusl anew 53 Functions 54 Hangout 55 Ms Farber 56 Commitment 60 Help’ 1 2 3 ‘ 6 6 7 8 9 10 ii 12 13 14 is 6 17 I 20 ■ 22 23 24 ■ 27 2^ ■ 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 ^7 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 ■ 46 47 48 ■ I 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 I L 58 ■ 59 60 I r 62 63 r 65 66 I67 deaths and other such scares, there is no way I would eat it or give it to anyone else. Ifs a shame. Maybe I am being overly cautious, hut then again, what if I’m not? To the person, or persons, who left it, please don’t ever do anything like that again. If there was nothing wrong with it, a lovely basket of fruit went to waste. And if there was something in it, well, God help you. By the way, there were three people home the day it was put on the doorstep. If anyone knocked or rang our bell, nobody heard it. Only a few people at work even know where I live, and I checked with the neighbors to see if it could have been delivered to us by accident, and maybe their relatives were asking if they’d received it. Nothing. It seems so strange that no one knows where it came from, who delivered it, and no one saw anyone leave it on the step. Tell me, Abby, am I being foolish? JUDITH K., ST. LOUIS DEAR JUDITH: Foolish? Certainly not. I wouldn’t eat it either. The most plausible explanation: The giver probably delegated the job of delivering it to someone who was not very responsible — and the card that should have been delivered with the basket was “lost.” After this hits print, let me know if the giver comes forward. DEAR ABBY: This is not tragic or world-shaking, but I would like your opinion and possibly the opinion of your readers. I just discovered that my college-age daughter does not wear underwear (panties). I was shocked and told her I thought it was indecent. She replied. “I don’t want panty lines.” She is a hard-working student, works part-time in a department store and does not drink, smoke or use drugs. I am very proud of her, but this really bothers me. Am I hopelessly old fashioned? Or is this a common practice among young women today? SHOCKED DEAR SHOCKED: Old-fashioned? Not really. But in your daughter’s case the absence of panties has more to do with vanity than “decency.” CONFIDENTIAL TO ILL. 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