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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 9, 2003, New Braunfels, Texas ComicsThursday, October 9, 2003 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 3B AnnieMarmaduke Rubes M&7VW s#mr/rr AW STA7WA AVX?/**. /ncvrrrAY/A*s, barton.' THOUGHT IT WAS A Ae/ci&w aer/aer and ITS ONLY A C#/U?'S AIAS77C 7Z»" HOPE THE PRESS NEVER HEARS ABOUT TAYS'M B.C. For Better or WorseAnnie HELUS, APRIL' yxic mom] STEPPED OUT FOR A minute . she said you DI BE HERE TODAyr-- I VIE GOT HOMEWORKS I USE THE COMPUTER „ . ------ I DOWNSTAIRS? J ©ORCV, v------ hon -kortne/s USING IT FOR BUSINESS. BUT I OO HAVE A LIST OF THINGS you CAN HEUP U$, WITH IN THE STORER , THIS BETTER NOT BEJ H PUN. Garfield Peanuts Horoscope Thursday, Oct. 9,2003 By Bernice Bede Osol By being motivated by reward in the year ahead, you’ll prepare yourself to take on greater obligations and responsibilities. Subordinate roles will hold no appeal for you; you’ll shoot right for the head jobs. LIBRA (Sept. 23*Oct. 23) —You have much more going for you today than you realize and unless you understand this, you may not strive for anything. If you think you’re a loser, you’ll be one. Be a winner instead. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) — Break through those fixed opinions of yours today and allow your brain to be infused with fresh, progressive ideas. For true growth, be ready and willing to explore the thinking of others. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Boldness is your forte where joint ventures are concerned, but today it might be smarter to cushion your verve with a quiet approach. Leadership works in tandem with others. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Companions will have respect for your directives today, but unless you have the courage to adhere to them yourself, they could lose confidence in you. Lead by example. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) —You may mean well, but unless you truly have experience in doing a job, don’t volunteer to take one on. Should it turn out to he way over your head, your contribution will hurt, not help. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) — Normally your pleasant manner can get along with even so-called difficult types, but today you may not have the tolerance it ll take to handle a particularly demanding individual. Don’t blame yourself. ARIES (March 21 -April 19) —Your family’s welfare is apt to be your main concern today and you’ll take extra measures to be both protective and concerned for their needs. Their appreciation will be well worth your effort. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — People aren’t mind readers, so if they aren’t being solicitous to you, whose fault is that? Let everybody know where you stand and what you want; only then can they come through for you. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) — It may not be to your benefit today to be stubborn about your business concerns. Being overly protective of your interests might be at the expense of others. Compromise your needs. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — You may have to stiffen your back and dig in when confronted by challenging developments today. Both fortitude and determination will be required in order to realize personal success. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Sometimes silent participation is required when we set out to help others in order to protect their interests. I bis may be one of these days, but your hidden contribution wont be forgotten. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Don’t let an old project suffer today because of your enthusiasm for something new, or else all you’ll have to show for your efforts are two unfinished tasks. Give attention to both. Trying to patch up a broken romance? The Astro-Graph Matchmaker wheel can help you understand what to do to make the relationship work. Mail $2.75 to Matchmaker, P.O. Box 167, Wic kliffe, OH 44092-0167. Visit for more advice. Copyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. Sherman'* Lagoon Today's Crossword Puzzle Stars n Toads CALL TO MAINTENANCE . _ ITS VERY HOT IN HERE TODAY DID YOU CHANGE THE TEMPERATURE SETTINGS? YES, WE RE USING OUR FANCY ELECTRONIC THERMOSTATS TO RE BALANCE YOUR AC. HOW OFTEN DO YOU RE-BALANCE? ONLY WHEN WE GET COMPLAINTS SO, WITH ALL THEIR FANCY ELECTRONICS, ITS STILL BALANCED BY COMPLAINT WELL, ID RATHER BE A TOASTY TOAD THAN A FRIED FROG' Tumblewseds The Wizard of Id J/ VE KAVE THE &EST VETERINARIAN* IN THE BUSINESS Thursday. Oct 9. 2003 ACROSS I Marilyn’s real first name 6 Bedding for cows II Make a note 14 — Tuck 15 Maureen — of films 16 Lennon’s wife 17 Bummer of a car 18 Pub brew 19 Yang opposite 20 Trackster Jesse — 22 “Star Trek" physician 24 Office supply 28 Parthenon site 29 Brass band event 30 Wyoming neighbor 32 Osiris’ sister 33 Alice in 24 261 27* 29 32 39 42 51 54 57 65 68 PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED Wonderland s cat 35 Make a sweater 39 LGA postings 40 Junk food buy 41 Maneuver slowly 42 Ricky of old TV 43 Telegraph code 45 Increase sharply 46 Bizarre 48 Bess or Harry 50 Deal makers 53 Equatorial zones 54 Roundup need 55 Takes a chance 57 Tummy muscles 58 Lipstick holder 60 Brindled cat 65 Caviar, actually 66 In a snit 67 Writer — Zola 68 Newlywed title 69 Nay sayers 70 Very funny people DOWN 1 OB org. 2 Natural resource 3 Brink 4 Beijing name 5 Action-movie name 6 Boot parts 7 “Faster — a speeding bullet” 8 Old clothes 9 They exist 10 Affection 11 Dr. Brothers 12 Pizza topping 13 Theater awards 21 Dandelion, to some 23 Almost sheds tears (2 wds.) 24 Worked N'GIS.H O.tGaVo 1 2 3 4 5 14 17 S S NRMjA P. I T ATT'U n e P A RY I ' a’bVtSe r'o’b'ems toe'dIs t 10-9-03© 2003 United Feature Syndicate Inc undercover 25 Try a bite 26 Diva’s tunes 27 Raw emotions 28 Sigh of satisfaction 30 Toughen up 31 Blocks, as a stream 34 “Munsters’”s pet bat 36 A Judd 37 Sir — Newton 38 Sea swallows 43 Geol formations 44 French I verb 47 Perfect place 49 Roll-call list 50 Type of clock 51 Eva or Zsa Zsa 52 Feminine endings 53 Forest units 55 Mild expletive 56 — spumante 59 Coffee dispenser 61 Pal in Dijon 62 Life story 63 Deli order 64 Lubber's aye STUMP!©? Coll for onotMoro TmmMom or rotary phaaaa MO par atlanta (900) 226-S934 7F0R A HOUSEHOLD Of ONE, I A IHABhCORF FflP F0/1C Cathy If YOU'RE BOTTOM-HEAVY, BUY THE DOUBLE-BREASTED JACKET WITH KNEE-LENGTH SKIRT. KVlCf If WRE SHORT-WAISTED, THE SINGLE BREASTED JACKET WITH A SHORT SKIRT... ...lf WRE THICK-CALVED, 1 A CLINGY TOP AND FLOWING SKIRT... IF YOU’RE SMALLCHESTED A FLOWING1 TOP ANO CLINGY SKIRT... r WHAT IF I’M BOTTOM- HEAVY, SHORT-WAISTED THICK-CALVED ' AND SMALL-CHESTED? j BUY IT AIL AND ROTATE YOUR. FIGURE PROBLEM AREAS? I THOUGHT I LEFT MV KEVS AROUND HERE SOMEWHERE SOME PEOPLE THINK UlHEN LEAVES BE&lN TO FALL, IT IS THE 5APPE5T TIME OF YEAR.MYRE WRONG THE 5APPEST TIME OF YEAR 15 CHRISTMAS WHEN YOU PON T SET ANY OF THE THINGS YOU UJANTEP.. OKAY.. ABOUT THIS STUPI? ;