New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 23, 2003, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 23, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Tuesday,December 23, 2003COMICS Annie B.C. der sytftc- cadC 4#>njL&nJL- udia Aa-^ 041, A JOB THREAT MISS AWW-IT-AIU Pc fair Cathy |7 tlECTRAr MOUSIE HAO MOUR. CHRISTfit\Ab BATH* let granola smell HOU ! WM MW ! MOU SMELL ALL SWEE AND FLUETM ! IT SMELL HER Of OE ' DOESN'T SHE SMELL ALI SWEET AND FLUTES ?? j ^. A . For Bettbr or Worse Hi! • * WERE 3UST SMFlUNO cathm’s Doer! I wish MOU WERE HERE TO SMELL HER DOCr ^ THE HOLD AMS AT LAST HUMANS FOCUS ON WHAT REAL LM MATTERS.  --- WM I a THfcCeu Bt A 20MIMUTE    THANK.GOODNESS I P/ACK&X?^ > /'VS NEVFK f El l SO STOP HERE ANVPNE WISHING A LUNCH. I CAN’T AFFORD TO ^ V RTOR. IN MV WHOLE TC- LEAVE MHE BO& AOC A BREAK AMP RE PRES H ME fVTS Pl EASE KEEP youR TICKETS With you , AND TO START OFF T0NI6WT U)E'RE SERVING A SPECIAL 6REEN SALAD MTW THOUSAND ISLAND DRESSING * lf Sherman's Lagoon rtf* T UMBLE WEEDS I ALL I WANT JJT f FOR CHRISTMAS IS #^MY TWO FRONT j ^ FRONT TEETH ■r/ *7*4 v YOU HEARD V? 23 TMF LADY' J The Wizard of Id fc*l/T CH*. |ST/WA* IS «riUL. VMO VWS AWAY Marmaduke Bubas “We’re trying to trim the tree. It's not time to take it down yet"    f "A quarter for this, a quarter for that. What do I look like, a freakin' bank?!' Horoscope Tuesday, Dec. 23, 2003 By Bernice Bede Osol It is quite likely that you will develop a number of new associations in the year ahead who could introduce you to several fresh interests that will be intriguing. However, don’t be so quick to abandon your old activities. (CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Others might have you doubting your decisions today and changing your mind about things. They may be right, but they could just as easily be wrong, so before you back out. do another review. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Eeb. 19) — Expecting more than you’re entitled to today could: I) Arouse the ill will of your associates: 2) Cause major complications for yourself; and 3) Invite great disappointment. PISCES d eb. 20-March 20) — It will be very important for you to remain totally impartial when dealing with friends today or you could get blamed for displaying favoritism, as well as greatly hurt another’s feelings. ARIES (March 21-April 19) —When going after accomplishing your objectives today, you are ctpt to have to hold op tight with both hands with each step you take or you could lose your footing. Success could be elusive. I AU RUS (April 20-May 20) — Usually you're quite a good sport, but today you might have a tendency to take competitive games far too seriously. Be a humble winner, or, if you lose, do so with grace and style. GEMINI (May 21-June 20)*— lake absolutely nothing for granted today, especially in your commercial affairs. Although from time-to time you may think you have the upper hand, chances are that the opposite will he true. • CANCER (June 21 July 22) Under no circumstances must you hastily enter into any agreement today Should the possibility arise that things don’t gf> well, it might he quite difficult for you to squirm out of it. EEO duly 23 Aug. 22) —Theres an old saying that goes, “More tears have been shed over prayers answered.’’ So count your blessings today instead of what you can’t have. What you want may not he meant for you. VIRC it) (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Spend your hours today with real pals who mean a lot to you rather than with groups or cliques that contain individuals who you truly don’t like, no matter how great others think they are. LIBRA (Sept. 23 Oct. 23) — Anything vital that you must conclude today should be put first on your agenda of things to do. Unfortunately, too many disruptions could occur and more time might be needed to complete it. SC( )RPI() (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Just because some of your friends aren't in complete agreement with your ideas today doesn't mean they don’t like you. It merely means that they have a different way of looking at things. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) It s always possible to develop material opportunities as they arise, but not all of them are easy to accomplish, lf you’re looking for an easy “kill” today, you may have to pick another time. 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, E<) Box 167. Wickliffe, OII 44092-0167. Visit www.hernice4u.com for more advice. ( opyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Today's Crossword Puzzle Tuesday. Dec ?3. 2003 ACROSS I infield fly (hyph ) 6 Teen events II RN specialty 14 Make glad 15 Solar system planet 16 Aussie jumper 17 Church table 18 Home reference (2 wds.) 20 Paving material 21 Short flights 23 Be frugal 24 Venice locale 26 Cash-back offers 28 Make like Houdim 30 Portended 31 Attacks 32 Be in store for 33 Fetched 36 Retirees kitties PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 1 2 3 4 5 I 14 17 20 I 37 Intended 38 Talon 39 Okla. neighbor 40 New days 41 Because of (2 wds.) 42 Child or Roberts 43 Pester 44 Baby shower gift 47 Age on the vine 48 WWII sub (hyph.) 49 Ooze 50 Henri’s landmass 53 Fireworks component 56 Solitary type 58 Tire pressure meas 59 Pie-chart lines 60 — Allan Poe 61 Survey choice 62 ‘‘Ivanhoe’ author 63 Work stations M5 DOWN 1 Fuel from a marsh 2 Clay pot 3 Roman senator 4 Ms. Hagen 5 Maybe 6 Full of energy 7 Cheerleading yells 8 Spanish gold 9 Everest, e g 10 Frozen dessert 11 Speckled fish 12 Not tight 13 Blast-furnace fuels 19 Tiny sphere 22 Bullfight yell 25 Tiny amounts 26 Reddish-brown hors- A L I c P I N K s E A s 1 o M8 44 48 53 58 61 11 12 1^ 16 t? ?'i 03O 2003    f    eature    Syndicate    Inc es 27 Correct copy 28 Estrada of “CHiPs’ 29 Lee ot cakedoni 30 Safari leader 32 Condor's nest 33 Last of the harvest 34 Equine fodder 35 Pairs 37 Lose hair 38 Heal 40 Grumbles 41 Spotted 42 Author — Auel 43 Rush oft 44 Not smooth 45 Degrade 46-Hindu mystics 47 Pay by mail 49 Clubs, e g 51 Plumbing problem 52 Hits the wrong key 54 Cul-de— , 55 Bachelor's last words (2 wds.) 57 Tribute in verse STUMPED? 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