The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on December 31, 1972 · Page 6
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The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas · Page 6

Brownsville, Texas
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Sunday, December 31, 1972
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fiTmtTM*.U.TM. in e E MY CONPOLENCES10 \OUON UJSINSTHE ELECTION FOR CHIEF/ LOTSA LOCK / TOWHATPOWU UTTCIPUTE YOUR LOSS?; iz-Jfl THE PERFECT SYMBOL OF MALE CHAUVINISM... P WZ tT KEA. IM. m tit. CX ht A MN-E dWvtIUISr PISSKJW ! /2.-30J GLASS] 6cmA R'HSAKSZ rcAsrs TO , 1973f-HOWS THIS? "l f^BDBS THE AHDTO TUS IMEANTTHE STOCKS ^ OS AU. OFA SUPDGM My TV ET JUST STOPPEP,---· IT WAS RISHT IN THE MIDPLE OFMV FAVORITE PROGRAM, 'SUPER SANITARIUMf THERE'S AN EXTRA CHAK6EOF7MWW OUCKS IF I ANSWER QUESTIONS] «VL THE FRONT PESK,,.TEU. IHEIft TO GET A COUPIBOF HUSKY MBN UP HERE REAL FAST' R./HEVU/ PIP YOU HS«? PHONE COWN THE ENP - FTKIS CORRIPOR. / ISNT THIS GREAT! IT'S A CARP FKOM FRANK, GARKKjf Off-. HD PATTY! THEY OCX IfTHHT'S MARRIED--AND W£XSE, W . SO HONeYMOONlfia IH FLORIDA KEYS/ THERE'S SOME CREAT FI5HINS THERE/... MINERVA--PACK VOUR THINGS--WB'KS GOIN' SHOULD WE CALL THSfatKe--OR THE Kff.Z.? Horoscope Forecast Vy JEANE DIXON MONDAY, IAN. 1 Y o u r birthday t o d a y : Reorganization in the way you look at life fores changes in all circumstances. You have the energy and the initiative. Today's natives usually have very good memory for even trivial details. ABIES (March 21-April 19): Now is the time to apply for a n y improvements, higher ratings, open campaigns to get a reasonable share for yourself. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Take the trouble to review your reserve funds, the shares you hold in collective ventures. Budget for the coming nxmtt and year. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Your opposite number Is after your attention, will do almost anything to get a better understanding with you. Don't be rushed. CANCER (June 2t-JuIy 22): Skipping your usual schelule helps offset minor annoyances. People are inclined to perverse: moods when you want simple 1 agreement. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): More actual work is going on than you had bargained for, some of it with great personal satisfaction, some of it for no reward. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept 22): Home is the finest place to express your creative impulses, not just resolutions, but doing something to get things moving. LIBRA (Sept. 2£Oct. 22): If you are restless, pick up and nove about--there are many MS to go brieflv, errands etter run now than later. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): Successful planning can be done :oday. When you are satisfied you're on the right track and Ear enough along, call it a day. - SAGnTAJRIUS (Nov. 22-Dec. 21): You are near your best in morale and style, so do a bit of showing off. The business of the day Is minimal. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19): You catch up with some wandering possessions, find out what has been happening without your proper, attention. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 18): Let your friends step forwarc and speak first. Your solutions tend mainly to fit yourself and your needs, not theirs. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20)' It is normal to feel that nearly everybody is asking quite a lo from you--they are. Sef priorities early in the day. ONE THING IN COMMON STIRLING, Scotland (UPI) Dozens of motorists stranded recently in and around Stirling had one thing in common. Al had filied up at the Globe service station soon after gasoline tanker had delivered water there by mistake. WORLD ALMAMC FACTS The U.S. National Guard originated with the Old North Regiment of the Colonial Militia in Massachusetts in 1636. The National Guard is the oldest military force in the country and has participated in all U.S. wars and conflicts since the Revolutionary War,. The" World Almanac notes. In peacetim* it is commanded by the State governors and serves in ftat« emergencies, disasters, and civil disturbances. Copyrltlit O ]·? IftwtpAper Bnterprlit Atin. youVe HAP A PERFECT RSCORP FOR FORTY THOLJSANP ' aercusM lUTWeCMSCF' yatiRWFe! ia-30 i ' TOU KNOW! HE'S HAMDSOM6 WITH DARK ALLURINia- EYES tn « «SE -!CU AU. faeHr, LUV? HE'S NOTSD DUAAB, pELIENC ME. JILL.' OUT OUR WAY OUR BOARPING HOUSE YCAH£' WELL, WHBJ1USEP IT 1 DJPH'T TrilWKl'P EVEhJ MAKE IT TO THE OAS HEROES ARE MA^n-WOTIORW --THE IW-EETWEEWER-- WE OFFICERS Hfcp A,TIE VOTE ON WHICH NISHT -t TO CELEBRATE-v* ) THEY'RE.. ^ TW3TY1N 1 JJO,. ITtWUtMT ·m PAETV V/KSN'T UNTIL TOMORROW NI6HT,' 11-30

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