New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 12, 2003, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

November 12, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 12, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas i    mComics Wednesday, November 12, 2003 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3B AnnieMarmaduke Rubes /WWWW! OH, A«V/ LETS WALK DOWN TO THE WATERFRONT - AND I PRO/WISE YOil'U G£T vats*    . B.C. Cathy I THOUGHT MOU WERE ^ going to relax and EMJ THE HAPfN FOODS OE THE SEASON IN MODERATION I WAS., UNTIL THE LITTLE VOICE SAID " no!" WHEN I HEAR "NO," I PANIC AND EAT MORE. WHEN I EAT MORE, I HEAR, "NO" MORE AND EAT MORE. J TLL ONLW (JLARN MODERATION lf I CAN HEAR "VES"! WW CAN’T I EVER HEAR A VOICE SAVINA "'/ES?"?? For Better or Worse ok, we're- amcKiy &cinc-> 10 see how many new WORDS IME CAM MAKE BV J ADPIM& TO OL* ft LUI pl fie?. J BtCC-K VsJOep 'EAg * NEAR, HEAR... SHE AR' VFRY <5<X)D, AMAL IAI DEAR, RE AR, CLEAR, — r.ooD I) sri rn .ma.,. - * ii m\ ikhi "Beer”>& mot an E-A-R WORD, DYLAN Peanuts YES.MAAM..I NEEP TO EXPLAIN 50METHIN6 ABOUT MY REPORT.. ■yn TUELL, MV 006 SORT OF 60T MOLO OF IT.. OH, NO, MA’AM ..HE dipn't chew it up., L Sherman's Lagoon YOO ALl PACW? IT 8 ALMOST CHECK-OUT TIMS IPE RE ALREAPY CHECKUP OOT LOOK HERE S OOR "PMLY ROOM CHARGES' SHEET I NSI PC OUR US/I TOPAY AUGHI ME MOSHE ■ ^ t uohl ACCI PENT ALLY LEFT THE * JfJggAP PAY-TV CHANNEL ON SINCE g17 VEVE BEEN HERE' * I Stars n Toads I HAVE SEXUAL HARASSMENT TRAINING NEXT WEEK wprtrfun cwn Tumbleweeds \Mfu,poot(kaA.. 17 \jtani cond fa. AtM naMpiurw^idl^Tlu- /m/itmiJUfiTtyoLL. Arvt, nrimw HOW COME IS YOUR CLASS FOR ONLY TWO HOURS. AND MINE IS FOR TWO DAYS??? MAYBE SOMEONE- THINKS YOU NEED ITI $ 2003 Tore K Ky.fl Umlauted by f-»otthAm*nc*'itpOfiili Inc Tm Wizard of Id Horoscope MERER Wednesday, Nov. 12,2003 By Bernice Bede Osol You will have some rather large opportunities to be able to forge ahead in the coming year, but you might need others to help you achieve things. Avoid dealings, however, with those who have disappointed you in the past. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) —There will be plenty of opportunities for personal financial gain today, but you must be able to first recognize them for what they are. Take time to analyze developments as they arise. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Be sure to look beyond the packaging today if you are shopping for something special. What appears to be extraordinary because of its wrappings might be totally inadequate. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — It ll make a difference in today’s outcome of events as to how you evaluate life’s situations. If you’re not realistic and don’t look beneath the surface, you could pull the wool over your own eyes. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — Optimism is a must in affecting a successful outcome of events, but it must be based on realistic chances. See situations for what they are today and not only for what you would like them to be. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — By dawdling your time away today on frivolous pursuits you’ll lose money instead of making gains that are awaiting you. Play it smart and pay attention to business. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Should feelings of inadequacy permeate your being today, know that they will only be figments of your imagination. Any challenging developments will quickly awaken your real abilities. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — If you want to achieve your objectives today, be sure not to broadcast your intentions in advance to people who you know have a history of imposing their negative views on everything. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — Stay out of the affairs of friends today and try to keep their noses out of yours. Needless complications could result out of faulty reporting being broadcast to others. CANCER (June 21 - July 22) — Trying to cover up something that should be shared with others for selfish reasons will cause your image to suffer greatly today. Friends and associates will see right through your little game. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Cozying up to a friend today while ignoring all others just because she or he can do something for you would be a mistake. Pals are watching you closely, so you’d better treat everyone equally. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) —Take nothing for granted today in a matter where the stakes are quite meaningful to you. Carelessness or miscalculations on your part could have very serious ramifications. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) —Your suggestions and ideas will have merit today in as much as they could be quite beneficial for the entire family. Don’t let a competitive member of the clan convince you otherwise. Scorpio, treat yourself to a birthday gift. Send for your Astro-Graph year ahead predictions by mailing $2 to Astro-Graph, clo this newspaper, RO. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092-0167. Be sure to state your zodiac sign. Visit www.bernice4u.com for more advice. Copyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Today's Crossword Puzzle Wednesday, Nov. 12, 2003 ACROSS 1 Make happy 7 NBO rival 10 The rudiments 14 Acid in lemons 15 Source of iron 16 Ghostly noise 17 Horses pull it 18 Digit 19 Arm bone 20 Meteor (2 wds.) 23 Yarns 26 Army off. 27 Usher’s beat 28 Shades 29 First-down yardage 30 Whitney invention 31 Boise s st. 32 Square-dance partner PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 33 Firm up 37 KP workers 38 Sorority letter 39 Garden tool 40 2001, to Ovid 41 Speedily Say more Life story Sorbet ER staffers 47 Colonist William — 48 Cactus defense Varnish ingredient Praise 53 Salad dressing ingredient (2 wds.) 56 Navaho foes 57 Business abbr. 58 Diva’s performances 62 Overseer 43 44 45 46 51 52 63 Garland 64 Asparagus tidbits 65 Feed the kitty 66 Goal 67 Speed up DOWN 1 Some IBMs 2 — Abner, of the comics 3 Yves’ vacation time Develops Yearning sounds Mike problem Natural fabric Grill Detected 10 Funny 49 53 | 56 62 65 11-12-03 C 2003 United Faatuia Syndicate Inc 11-12-03© 2003 United Feature Syndicate Inc 11 Takes a powder 12 Gondolier’s “road” 13 Trap 21 Spotted wildcat 22 Put on weight 23 Piece next to the drumstick 24 Sound Part of LCD Nevada resort Merchandise Food seller 33 Opportunity 34 Fix, as in cement Part of PASA Circus roarers 42 Adroitness 46 Like old butter 47 Thick soups 48 Diver’s gear Rock climber’s aid I e. words Nubby fabric 52 Sorority letter 54 Obnoxious 55 Mild oath 59 Wharf denizen “— we there yet?” 9-digit ID 25 29 30 32 35 36 49 50 51 60 61 STUEEPID? 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