New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 7, 2005, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

October 07, 2005

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Xii Today's Crossword Puzzle WBlWWMMnwnWWMWHWI Friday, Oct. 7. 2005 ACROSS 1 TD passers 4 Dirigible 9 Cuts unevenly 13 Shoe saver 14 Trooper’s aid 15 Explorer Sebastian — 16 Uke a rock 18 Prince Valiant’s wife 19 Cut off 20 Fellow feeling 22 Horse-drawn vehicles 25 Filter in 26 Drips 28 Totals 32 Gullet 35 Pile of papers 37 Aquarium scavenger 38 Famous lithographer 40 Eagle’s lair 42 Earthen pot 43 Candle lovers 45 Coffee or end — 47 Dandy 48 Happened next 50 Robbery 52 Hike 54 Drive back 58 Extravagant 62 Passes over 63 Ms. Burstyn 64 Talks about 67 Mold source 68 Fierce whales 69 Potpie veggie 70 Hauls off 71 Trawler net 72 CIA employee DOWN 1 Swab brand (hyph.) 2 Dull and ordinary 3 Trunk contents 4 River crossers 5 Go on the — 6 Snake River loc. 7 Tangles 8 Hunts for food 9 Hot condiment 10 Be a party to 11 Early Teuton 12 Hang around 15 Prances nm PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED nm 1 1 2 3 13 16 19 22 10-7-05© 2005 United Feature Syndicate. Inc 17 Mr. Diamond 21 Kitten’s cry 23 Big laugh (hyph.) 24 Clay-target sport 27 Andrew’s ex 29 Baby elephant 30 About 2.2 lbs. 31 Cad’s rebuke 32 Wordless actor 33 River in England 34 Licks, say 36 Bran provides it 39 Camera parts 41 Newsman — Abel 44 Calm 46 Take up, as a cause 49 Telephone trio 51 Antacid brand 53 Compliments 55 Says “yeth” 56 Not gradual 57 Dryden work 58 Into the sunset 59 Puppy-chow brand 60 Put on the brakes 61 Trevi Fountain coins 65 —-fi flick 66 Be able to STUMPED? Call for answers Touch-tone or rotary phones 95c per minute (900) 226-5034 The Wizard of Id THE EARL- OF SANDWICH IO SEE YAU WHEN PIP'IPU START PUTTING MEAT BETWEEN TWO Suites OF BREAP? Rubes Marmaduke feasts “Why would anyone take a number to be _barked    at?”    _ HH "Spare me the ’seat betta save lives’ speech, officer ... How do you think I ended up this way?" Horoscope HHHHHHHHHHHHHHMH^ Friday, Ort. 7,2005 Several happy situations could be in the offing for you in the year ahead that will bring you closer to who and what you really are. Acting on this, you’ll be able to operate on your own terms and bring good fortune to you and your famdy. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — A self-understanding about who and what you are will aid you considerably today in interactions with others. With it you’ll be able to express the true you and bring out your best. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Do not ignore any hunches or intuitive perceptions you get today on ways to better the lots of persons to whom you feel responsible. They’ll not only work for them, but bring you happiness. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Over the next couple of weeks your ideals may become very important to you. Once you’re sure they’re realistic for you, do all that you can to put them into play in your everyday life. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Conditions that have an effect on your finances could take a sharp turn for the better today through a good deed of another to whom you may have been kind in the past. It’s your turn. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) —Temporarily set aside projects today that are of a routine nature and take on doing something nice for one you like simply because you’re grateful for who they are and what you have. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — An opportunity may develop today for you that will fit nicety into a successful situation that a friend has underway. It could have some hidden underpinnings that you can handle easily. ARIES (March 21-April 19) —Today is a period when iliiBlfifii1 "i r -    -    ■    rn selflessness will count for far more than usual. Instead of losing anything when you place your emphasis on others, it’ll make you the winner in the long run. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Big strides on an important project can be made today if you allow yourself to look for new ways to do things better. Use your imagination to rise above the obvious and see things in a new light. GEMINI (May 21-lune 20) —Youngsters will respond more readily and retain what you want to teach them today if you set the example of a charitable and thoughtfulness influence. They’ll like what they see. CANCER (june 21-July 22) — Situations could work out quite well today where relatives or members of your immediate family are concerned. Caring for one another will make a better world for you and those you love. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Involvements that arouse your inner idealism will work out exceptionally well for you today both emotionally and intellectually. It could play a major factor in your relationships with others. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — This is a good day to spend some time trying to get a clearer idea of where you are in life and how well you have fulfilled your spiritual and material needs; then put your thoughts into action. Get a jump on life by understanding the influences which are governing you in the year ahead. Send for your Astro-Graph year ahead predictions by mailing $2 to Astro-Graph, clo this newspaper, P.O. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092-0167. Be sure to state your zodiac sign. (fopynght 2004. Newspaper Enterprise Assn. HERALD-ZEITUNG 707 LANDA STREET • NEW BRAUNFELS, TX 78130 • 830-625-9144 • METRO; 830 606-0846 3 MONTHS REGULAR NE ONLY $39 SAVE 13% FROM REGULAR NEWSSTAND PRICE OF SAS 6 MONTHS EGUIAR NE ONLY $59 SAVE 35% FROM REGULAR NEWSSTAND PRICE OF $91 12 MONTHS —► ONLY A savings of 46 Address: PaymentKdrde one) Cash Check MasterCard Visa Discover Acct #:--- Exp. Date:__ Amount:--- ;