New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 2, 2003, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A — HeraLD-ZeITUNG — Saturday, August 2, 2003Comics PeanutsGarfield CMON OUT, ANDELL WASTE IT AWAY P0IN6 NOTHING..THEN U)E CAN LOOK BACK UPON IT, ANO REGRET IT FOR THE REST OF OUR LIVES! Cathy A VACATION WITH TINING"” r THIS IS 2003? JUST OPEN HOUR EMES! LOOK ' CLICK' TA OR' THERE'S VO UR PICTURE?! 7perfect" ( THE mtJTHER'S REA CV ' FOR DIGITAL BUT THE DAUGHTER'S STILL STUCK Tumbleweeds WE ROUTED A TROOP OF CAVALRY The Wizard of Id THIS0LD-TIMER IS* R WREP Years OU?.' At WAYS BREADY JU AFTER TOV BREATHE 7 - For Better or Worse LfcT'6 PAC* IT, OGUN WE'BE NOT THE‘SIT DOvUN AND relak’ Types we oer Eouep easily we have 1& . DOIM6, THINGS . ll I MINH IliJ^ ... WELL, DOTN&Annie BX. WHAT OHIO PE MPRSe THAN SeMlH&OUT A LAME DUCOTEPAI ? S^RV/N(S OUT A PEA P-PUCK TERM . Sherman's Lagoon HI, MCGAN SAY. HAS ^t—J ( no MILETIC in FACT. 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True* I 21 NKW Hhajunkki I* I Serai j>>Zkit(jn<; Horoscope Saturday, Aug. 2, 2003 By Bernice Bede (Sol You are apt to be the most fortunate in the year ahead with involvements in which revising outmoded situations are called for. Turning the useless into functional, profitable situations will be your forte. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — A critical task you’ve put off for far too long will have to he dealt with today before you can proceed with doing what you really want to do. Get it out of the way early and you’ll have a grand day. VIRGO (Aug. 23 Sept, 22) — Beware of an unfettered desire lurking in the background when you go shopping today. If you can keep this craving under wraps, you should be able to enjoy your excursion without penalty. LIBRA (Sept. 23-()ct. 23) — It’s nice to be the good guy, but don’t be a patsy today for someone who is a weak, dependent person and always dumps his or her responsibilities on others. You’ll be happier just saying “No!” SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Ifs not your style to he stingy or miserly with a friend who has always treated you in a generous fashion. If you simply can’t afford something, let your pal know the truth. He or she will understand. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec 21) — If you’re contemplating going out with friends today, make certain it’s something you’ll really enjoy doing. You’ll ruin the occasion for them if you’re too uptight about it. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 19) — Even though an objective you have is clearly defined and you know exactly how it can be achieved, you could back down today if someone challenges you. This would he a mistake, so follow your game plan. AQUARIUS (Jan. 2()-Feb. 19) — Should you mistakenly perceive selfdoubts and apprehensions as intuitive perceptions today, it would cause you to feel like a loser before you even try. Squelch dire thoughts with optimism. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — A source that is usually available whenever you need assistance could be cut off today. Stand on your own two feet — you’ll be amazed at how able you are to fend for yourself. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Even if another person with whom you’re involved isn’t in harmony with your aims unlay, by laying out your plan you’ll be able to convince him or her to go along with you. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Just because a co-worker may not place as high a value on your services as you do, pay him or her little mind. You can correct this image by proceeding forward and getting the job done. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Don’t attempt to alter something that’s disturbing to you all in one day. If you make your moves gradually and in a friendly, pleasant manner, you’ll make the inroads you desire today. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Although you and your mate may have a common goal, each of you could work at cross-purposes today by undoing what the other has done. Consult with each other on a game plan before getting started. Know where to look for romance and you’ll find it. The Astro-Graph Matchmaker wheel instantly reveals which signs are romantically perfect for you. Mail $2.75 to Matchmaker, c/o this newspaper, P.O. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092-0167. Copyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. ACROSS 1 Golden Rule word I live I door 12 Zen riddle 13 Uke a Souse — 15 Htghchatr pari 16 Margin 17 Sticky 18 Gush over 19 Halvah mg’edient Compliments 23 Late night ho6» 25 ‘Ormoco Flow’ singer 26 Cave dweller 29 Catches on 31 Male or female 35 Commotion 36 Bustling about 38 Pasture entrance 39 Circus animal 41 Teamsters' rigs 43 Alike 44 Not hollowed out 46 Wild West show 48 Crimson 49 Beset 51 Least-varying tide 52 Cen fractions 53 Spur on 55 Turn 57 Makes a big profit (2 wds J Artistic work 65 Cars murmur 66 Mystery Man I Brenda — 68 Flake 69 Armbone 70 Sonnet stanza 71 She, in Marseilles 72 Drag into court 73 Pullets 74 Canary’s dimer PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 61 DOWN f Hawaiian strings 2 Leal juncture 3 Price tickets 4 “Paper Moon" actress 5 Wisdom 6 Alien vessel 7 Uprising 8 Yvette’s brother 9 Holy terror IO Chalet feature It Does batik 14 Looking at 15 Runaway scholars 20 Part ot MHz 22 Brief farewells 24 Web-looted animal 26 Light, strong wood 27 Tijuana farewell 28 Implements 30 Gartunkel’s partner 32 Pepys'book 33 Bugs Bunny’s pursuer 34 Cattails g T T TT M s Q a L L s L E E p D E A Q p I U T 0 i A K T □ P R I M R a s E E Ft rn a 0 L I O IK I E V 0 M 0 0 R S D R A M □ E I Ll E L 0 £ L i D 0 s A R A M I S J A R 0 R U r P S s P I L L A N E 0 M A a X E A L w s u i T N A- IC H X E R A T I 0 M 0 A T R A T L A S A Ll T S s A X 0 N X si x 0 8-2-03 © 2003 United I aatufa Syndical* Inc 37 Goes horseback 40 Waterfall site 42 Harbors 45 "The Wanderer' singer 47 Aunt Bee 8 nephew 50 Cowboy’s rope 54 -oven 56 Microwaves Mangily 57 PC Drains" 58 Humdinger 59 Atlantic nier 60 Liver paste 62 Field mouse 63 Kind of model 64 Scraped by 67 Stimpy’s buddy f 4 4 4 12 16 19 STUMPED? ■OToT answers • Touch tone or rotary phones ase per mnHjui (900) 226-5934 ;

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