New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 30, 2003, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

December 30, 2003

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 30, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Tuesday, December 30, 2003COMICS Annie Marmadiiko Rubes JCSTA OSA ATTY AAS SO* SCUtS "//CYCCP AtACC/Af 7*/S /roses t*a*tp. • #a to rout s#a*r JASO THC YANKBB PRISONERS WIU. SLEEP ROR TWO OUTS, MY GENERAL IS^WWW/ ' DRUG1 BX nAI «iV*-/vvV/itd/?'%- /».«/ Cathy I BEGOUD THE SALES- ^ PERSON TO SEARCH THE COUNTRM TOR THIS! I OW RETURN IT if 7 I'LL RETURN \T FOR TOU. ) HOIN, AOM?? HOU) CAN MOU PACE HERT? f ILL RETURN IT FOR ^ MOU UKE m /WITHER RETURNED FOR ME ANO UKE, ONE DAM, MOU’LL RETURN FOR SOUR CHILD' FATHERS PASS THE TORCH. (WITHERS PASS THE RECEIPT. WHEN ITS MOOR TURN, MOU'LL BE READM AND SOU’LL KNO*) ekactlm WHAT TO DO. For Better or Worse e-LizABETM' we didm’r dcnnisiwe met ati>m sogusd*)u6AicT\ i know yao'vesot} IMikIk vnub PL)ME.' ^ JMERfeSe f\MD_ANTHOMysL yes WHEN I CALLED. 1 ANOTHER PARTyJ ^ - JVA GOGO MCMORy. 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What you uncover will contribute to your happiness and could involve anything from learning about a new technology to seeing someone in a new light CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — A new discovery may be dropped into your lap today that will give you the answer for something you have been seeking. This encounter will turn out to be a lucky break. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) —You may not want to spend your day in your usual routine today, and you shouldn’t if that’s the way you feel. TYy to find a way to do something exciting and/or unusual. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — Even if in the company of people you see every day and know quite well, there is a possibility that a startling new idea may surface and open up a whole new avenue to something magnificent. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — Be hopeful*regarding the outcome of events today. With your clever mind and able talents you won’t have any trouble making anything you tackle the success you imagined it could be. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Follow your intellectual evaluation of important matters today, because your thinking is likely to be far superior to that of those who may endeavor to advise you. GEMINI (May 21-June 20)—You could be surprisingly lucky today in the success of any project you’re working on at this time, especially when you team up with another who is as competent as you are in the subject. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Instead of dodging a difficult dilemma today, you’re apt to meet it head on. You’ll realize your greatest asset is to compassionately use the facts as they exist, regardless of their harshness. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — A commercial situation that requires some clever reworking could work out astoundingly well for you today. You won’t have to settle for something that looked like it would be second-rate. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) —You’ll keep a cool head when last-minute changes are foisted upon you today concerning a social event. This will make the new plans turn out to be more fun than the original ones. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — Attitude is everything today, and your happy-go-lucky one will handle what could have been a disaster at work and turn it into a success that you can take pride in — and even boast about. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Sometimes it’s necessary to take a calculated risk, provided the odds are in your favor. Chances are you could find yourself in just such a situation today and will do the right thing. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — It might have been impossible yesterday for you to please anybody, but today no matter what pops up, you possess the knack to say and do all the right things that’ll soften even the hardest of hearts. 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. Visit www.bernice4u.com for more advice. Copyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Today's Crossword Rums TU—day. Dae. 30,2003 ACROSS 1 Outlaw 7 NFL player 10 Witty remark 14 Of high mountains 15 Actor Herbert — 16 Dog in “Beetle Bailey” 17 Gourd-shaped rattle 18 Paris pal 19 Boutique 20 Bric-a-brac (2 wds.) 23 Vail visitor 26 Coop denizen 27 Pat —of the NBA 28 Time in office 29 Coal scuttle 30 Fleming of spydom 31 Norma — 32 Hydroelectric 14 project 33 Languages 37 Dear Abby’s sister 38 — Marie Saint 39 Run up a tab 40 Tint 41 Spanish towns 43 Young chap 44 Bedouin attire 45 Merchandise ID 46 Chess pieces 47 Archeologist find 48 Overflowing 51 Give alms 52 Pump bottoms 53 Forget it! (2 wds.) 56 Portion of medicine 57 Machine tooth 58 Chocolate dessert 62 Fishing gear 63 Bauxite or galena 64 Remit in advance 65 Geologic dM- 66 Rested 67 Flavorful seed PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED cough hghshsjq Buran HHWHU UHUH □HQH □Hraaraumnmn unniQu mam annua hwmoi:] nun DOWN 1 Loud noise 2 Huntsville's loc. 3 “Morning Edition" netwk 4 Crown 5 Provoke 6 Hot drinks 7 Put 8 — numerals 9 Skip over 10 Bantering 11 Merman of song 12 Reserve supply 13—turvy 21 Beechen) or Wole raunnmsa annmumn □finnan union wun □ann Minion union MHH UHUH QMHBliB numnnnio unnnnun □qui amnu nunnn wow wiinnn ffimnaQHEHSBH srano nnnn ranoQU mucin 00110 manna amma 17 28 ^1 I 37 41 ■ 10 \\ TT I 16 I 19 r7 53 56 I 65 12-30-03© 2003 Unfed F—tur* Syndical*. Inc 22 Stretched to see 23 Watchband 24 Mr. Reeves 25 Peace goddess 29 Destruction 30 Hawkeye 32 Oracle site 33 Ohio or Spanish city 34 Self-move firm (hyph.) 35 Jazzman — Blake 36 Connery and Lennon 42 Orchard units 46 Pickle size 47 Scoundrels 48 Agassi of tennis 49 Swain 50 On a cruise (2 wds.) 54-Mall for Plato 52 Night racket 54 Cpl. and Sgt. 55 Brats 59 Whirlpool site 60 Spade of whodunits 61 Look closely STUMPID? Miler (MO) ;

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