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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas Page 2B — Herald-Zeitung — Tuesday, October 7, 2003COMICS Amnic B.C. THE HIGH-POWERED, NO-NONSENSE BUSINESS SUIT with a flinty lace caau- SOLE PEEKING OUT THE TOP? WOULD A AMN WHO WANTS TO BE TAKEN SE RIOU SLV DO TO WORK KATH HIS UNDERWEAR PEEKING out OE HIS SUIT??...NO? POR&ET THE LACE CAMISOLE? DU A SERIOUS. DEDICATED PROCESSIONAL I I REFUSE TO HAVE UNDERWEAR PEEKING OUT OF *V SUIT?? NAKED ^ f ESPECIALLY ti NOER THE IF YOU ADD SUIT? A STILETTO ALSO TW-S HEEL WITH SAUCY? J [toe cleanse! \( " 1/ MNM y AlobmLs For Better or WorseAmmie I TRUST you, APRIL it's OUST THAT EVER€iKJCEORANQPA MOVED OUT, I HAVEN’T FELT comfortable about you BEINS HOME WHAT ABOUT ED A*Jf DIXIE? WHO’S SOMMA LET THEM our? vohob ooNNA play wiih botte escorcH Pti BECKyfe HOM HAS BEEN VERY KIND. BUT THIS IS 60MElWlN£Wfc HAVE TO deal with i’ll make ARRANGEMENTS FOC you TO SET OFF IHE SCHOOL ■ bos in Town .and SJ 1’ Garfield } A COOKIE *1 L CRUMB Y * • V O q I 0 ^*1 0 o I a. p. j I o Peanuts i'm 60IN6 TO TAKE THIS LEAF TO SCHOa FOR.‘‘SHOU) ANO TELL:. UJHAT OO YOO THINK I SHOOLP SAY ABOUT IT? YOO COULD TALK ABOUT HOU) WE ALL FEEL SORT OF SAD WHEN THE LEAVES BESIN TO FALL... I SHOULD FEEL SAP BECAUSE A LEAF FELL? Sherman's Lagoon SHERMAN, WERE IS THIS PARTY? HE VE BEEN LOOKING FOR AN HOUR THAT MOST KIT OVER THERE. WERE AU THE NOISE IS COMING FROM J PON T THINK THIS IS THE RIGHT PARTY THERE HOO LPNT BE A MOLLET AT OUR PARTY N Stars n Toads Aa SEEMS VERY PEACEFUL. AT WORKRFUN TODAY / WHY WE RE MISSING MISTER SLIDER. IS EVERYTHING OKAY? . W- Tumbleweeds HE WENT TO SEE HIS DOCTOR, FOR A CHECK-UP HE IS THERE. HE TOOK THE WHOLE DAY .OFF? DOESNT ANYBODY CARE’ yes Guay boss is steaming, BUT FOR ME ITS RE AUY GREAT. I THINK HE SHOULD SEE HIS DOCTOR NEARLY EVERY SINGLE DAY* \ f THE MEAT’S X ■Tthat’ll Bnf ( ON THE I 1 ONE DIME. J V GRILL. A -. iii, n* Irs rn I The Wizard of Id Marmaduke Bubos “Here he comes. Oh, for a silent can opener." "My gawd, Floyd, lf you must gawk at other females, do you think you could at least do it a bit more discreetly?!” Horoscope Tuesday, Oct. 7,2003 By Bernice Bede Osol In the year ahead it’s possible that you may choose to make a change in course as to the direction you wish to take in life. It may not be an easy one, but if you’re well equipped to do so, don’t let others discourage you. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) — If you’re not prepared to carry your share of the workload today, don’t expect co-workers to do your jobs for you. Your cohorts will take their lead from the examples you set. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Don’t be duped into buying something you can’t afford just because someone else who is always competing with you does. Playing a game of one-upmanship can be expensive. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — It might be tempting to blame another for a mistake you make today just because you know you could get away with it. However, your scapegoat will find a way to make you pay in larger measures. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Life is a tough race in which to participate — adopting a negative attitude about it only lessens your desire to stay the course. Energize yourself with positive thinking before you enter the fray today. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) — This is one of those days when you could have your priorities mixed up and get them lopsided. If you reward the wrong people and ignore the deserving, it’ll work against you. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — Unless you are vefy careful today, you could put yourself in a position where the wrong, people would control your agenda. Make certain that you are free to operate as you see fit. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — You’d be wise not to be so anxious tq tell everybody what you find disturbing about others. It opens up a discussion about your faults and whether . you’re qualified to judge anyone. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Although you like beautiful things and have great desires of acquiring them, hopes built upon fantasies today are destined for disappointment. Use realism in your drive for acquisition. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — It’s far smarter to do what’s important to you today on your own instead of dragging along someone who could confuse your thinking. Total focus on your cause is needed for success. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Show proper appreciation for another’s participation in helping you today if you hope to have him or her stay on board until your project’s conclusion. Praise for effort is little to ask in return. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) —When a debt is other than financial, sometimes pressuring people yvho are obligated to you only makes them distance themselves further. Don’t tell them when or how to reciprocate. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — It’s a known fact that once Pandora’s Box is open, it can be quite difficult to close again. If you know an issue arouses another’s ire, there are good reasons why you should keep it under the lid. 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, clo this newspaper, PO. Box 167, Wickliffe, OH 44092-0167. Visit for more advice. Copyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Today's Crossword Puzzle Ty day, Od. 7,2003 ACROSS 1 Flower part 5 Desert near Sinai 10 Wading bird 14 Plot inconsistency 15 Ice hut 16 PBS series 17 On the horizon 18 More accurate 19 Bubble up 20 Denim fabric 22 Rose features 24 Coup d — 25 Darling 26 Agatha Christie sleuth 29 Upper limits- ■ • 33 Antique 34 Quantum physics particle 36 VCR button PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 37 Treadmill unit 39 Uttered 41 Comic — Rudner 42 Makes level 44 Hockey locale 46 Harp on 47 Maids and butlers 49 Rain forest 51 Garden bloom 52 Carry 53 Kind of acid 56 Travel stops 60 One of the phobias 61 Type of bacteria (2 wds.) 63 The chills 64 Lunch time 65 Drawing room 66 Portuguese lady 67 Halts 68 Longbow’s sound* 69 Society, briefly DOWN 1 Trawler's haul 2 Soy product 3 Vivacity 4 Business deal 5 Fertilizer compounds 6 White heron 7 Paste 8 Help-wanted abbr. 9 Eddy 10 Ratfink 11 Oaf 12 Dreaded czar 13 Houston and Peckinpah 21 It may be split [A Im! SOESBE 10-7-03© 2003 United Feature Syndicate Inc 23 Fur 25 Thank you, to Fritz 26 Pears and quinces 27 Dark complexion 28 Lazybones 29 Heather habitats 30 Employing 31 Copper, e g. 32 Theater part 35 Ankle covers 38 Vicinity 40 Having fun with 43 Graceful wrap 45 Commuter vehicle 48 Most pleasant 50 Western state 52 Eagle’s gripper 53 Walking stick 54 PC menu item 55 Trampled 56 “Damn Yankees” vamp 57 Teamwork obstacles 58 Baseball scores 59 Young Lennon 62 Cornfield sound STUMPRDT Call for ■■•wore foucMonc ae rotarv ■wpobwod^oopppw opo *wwi» Jf "(SOO2^9934* ;