New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 7, 2003, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — HERALD-ZEITIJNG —t hursday, August /,Comics Peanuts I THINK I'LL IMPRE55 THAT LITTIE RED-UAlRED GRI BY JUMPING OPE THE HIGH BOARD... OR MAYBE I LL IMPRESS HER BY JUST JUMPING OEF THE LOW BOARD... OR MAYBE I LL JOST JUMP IN FROM THE SIDE OF THE POOL.. ■*0*. f Cx OR MAYBE I LL JUST I IMPRESS HERBY HOW MANY HOT DOGS I CAN EAT.. J , rJI~k\ k Cathy T SHIRTS AND SHORTS. 0 o 7 UNLESS THINGS T GORMUS VOELL WITH IRVING ON OUR TRIP... IN WHICH CASE Til WANT FLINTY TANK TOPS AND SARONGS... UNUESS THINGS OO REAUM. REALLY REALLY WELL, IN WHICH CASE TLL WANT SLINKY SUNDRESSES... SULTRY EVENING GOWNS... SASSY HATS... SAUCY STILETTOS... BEADS.. 8AGS...WRAPS. WE'RE NEVER SO NAKED AS WHEN someone SEES OUR »£» FULL Of CLOTHES- Hi* □ The Wizard of Id Annie Sherman’s Lagoon mcoah? you Re J ~ I HT CREST CP IN i ASTRONOMY? , ^ V i ve got rn ^—^3 COORPINATfS TO MARTHA 11 STEUART'* House MAY I TAKE A PEEK AT MY HERO? jfnMTLY) t mmm (/ I MR USE THAT RUBBER SPATULA'WIP It MARTHA! WIP IT DOOP' Marmaduke Rubes “You’re hardly the ideal coffee-break companion.' 'Yon, son. it s true. Our whiskers ara roughly tho same width aa our body and ara primarily uaad to aaa lf we can fit through an opening. There are, however, exceptions to the rule.” Horoscope Garfield Tumbleweeds /"LOUSY, ROTTEN CARDS! THAT'S WHAT I GET FOR PLAYING WITH A TINHORN CHEAT! For Better or Worse (MAKS 60PE >t)U 6OAK THS ROT®, PCT THE END THERE, NEL60N • TUEY De/ OUT j— amcKLy. —  J LlZ^r HED COME BY eeexr! let he xviow THE 60DC0ME6 HE’S HERE.. Stars n Toads I THINK OUR ACCOUNTING FOLK ARE USING FUZZY MATH TO ADD THESE FIGURES. S\ Y IT SHU. DOESNT ADD UP / ITS NOT FUZZY MATH; ITS FUZZY BRAINS! \ /V „ I DOUBLE CHECKED, Y®/ / AND TRIPLE CHECKED, 1*24* "9^ com ADVERTISE With over 53.000 newspapers printed and distributed locally every week, How can liss?! Thun*** Auf J, TODAY'S CROSSWORD PUZZLE NKW HK At NI I I ft 11 liHAI d-Zkitdnc; I hursday, Aug. 7, 2003 By Bernice Bede Owl People with whom you team up can play beneficial roles in both your personal and work related affairs in the year ahead. Choose to work in tandem only with those with whom you have a gixxl rapport LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Although you may sense that you have the upper hand in a critical exchange with another today, this evaluation could be entirely erroneous. Change your thinking or be prepared to look foolish. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Be particularly careful who you employ to perform an important service today, and don’t leave anything up to his or her discretion, lf you see things aren’t turning out right, stop the job immediately. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — Attempting to keep up with the Jones’ is downright foolish, but it’s exactly what you might attempt to do UxJay. Buying what a rich pal purchases may turn out to be worthless to you. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Here s a good motto to hang on the inside ol the entrance/exit to your home or office today, for all lo see: “Be sure that what you see here and say here stays here when you leave.” SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Just because someone with whom you’re associated today can yell the loudest doesn’t mean you should knuckle under to his or her demands. A mouse may roar like a lion, but he’s still a mouse. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Be financially prudent today, and don’t he taken in by someone who is attempting to turn smoke and mirrors into an investment extraordinaire Whafhe or she is dangling is all hot air. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — If oth-ers aren’t being as cooperative with you today as they usually are, stop and ask yourself if you might be the one who is setting the guidelines. You get what you give in this world. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — Don’t Iud yourself about your skills, abilities and qualifications. Taking bn a task that is beyond your capabilities will put you in a risky situation physically and could damage your reputation. ARLES (March 21-April 19) — Usually you’re a rather accommodating individual, and friends find you an easygoing person to be around in most instances. However, today these splendid traits could be nowhere to be found. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Ifs OK to want to be left alone, but if this extends to being too self-serving with no regard for your fellow human being, associates will start to deliberately place obstacles in your path to trip you up. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Normally you’re one of the most open-minded and flexible people to be around, but, much to the chagrin of your companions today, you may choose to behave in ways that are totally the opposite. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Being loose and frivolous with your money is one thing, but today your taste could be out to lunch and you may find yourself purchasing a number of outlandish and grotesque items. Trying to patch up a broken romance? The Astro Graph Matchmaker wheel can help you understand what to do to make the relationship work. Mail $2.75 to Matchmaker. P.O. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092-0167. Copyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. ACROSS I Penpoints 5 Sports'zebras’ 9 Winged Victor/ 13 Port near Kyoto 15 Charles Lamb 16 Did great, slangy 17 Goto see 16 Strong cheese 19 Not spicy 20 Hearth residue 21 Flightless birds 23 Resolute 25 Overcharge 26 Sleazy 27 Nod or wave 30 Historian s word 31 Expect 32 Weekdays 37 Shade plant 38 Trounces 40 CMI disorder 41 Like gardenias 43 Nine-needed monster 44 Ancient 45 Like some new shoes 47 Tent dwellers 50 Contented sound 51 Newspaper feature 52 Ink spot 53 Traveler's stop 56 Leather-working NaS 57 Patrick's domain 59 Quey 61 Pace 62 Blackthorn 63 Put up 64 Inspects SS Stitched together 66 Invitee PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED DOWN Variable star Osins' Ester Big party Have winter tun Take to task House wings •For shame'’ Links Put the finger on 10 More aloof 11 Gene or Grace 12 Vortex 14 Old not cook (2 wds) 22 Scratch 24 Low cards 25 Undercover job 26 Not loose 27 Iron fishhook 28 Bigpitcher 29 Poet 318 SI MIMM UHLIK! 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