New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 2, 1985, Page 10

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 10    New    Braunfels    Herald-Ze/funy    Tuesday, July 2,1985 Bloom County Dear Abby DEAR ABBY: A million thanks for pointing out the irritating speech habit that so many of our young people exhibit today. I refer to the use of “you know” three and four times in one sentence. It is simply maddening to hear “you know, you know, you know” from so many of our celebrities (especially athletes) while they’re being interviewed on television and radio. I started to fall into that habit when I was in college. One of my professors helped me overcome it when every time I said “you know,” he interrupted me with, “No, I don’t know until you tell me.” Please print this, Abby. If everyone who is guilty of the “you know" habit would ask a friend to interrupt him with, “No, I don't know,” what a blessing it would be. NO MORE YOU KNOWS DEAR NO MORE: I could fill a column with responses to the column on sloppy speech habits. And I think I will: WIL " PILL THE CAT/ THIS 15 PINKLEY / opus tragically KICKEP THE BUCKET mv ten you pit his VOUGH' YEAH / NO KIPPING' MILO 15 HEMING OVER W CHECK YOU CW OF THE U IN IC TOMORROW ' motif ' YOU'RE COCAIN' HOME." DEAR ABBY: I dearly love the English language, but it appears that either our English teachers aren’t teaching or their students aren’t learning. I am appalled at the number of teen agers who use the verb “goes" instead of “says.” Example in point: “Butch and I were discussing this problem, and Butch goes. ‘But you promised you’d do it.’ Then I go, ‘Well, I changed my mind.’ So Butch goes, ‘That’s not fair; a promise is a promise.’ Then my mom goes, Will you kids stop fighting!’ and I go, ‘We aren’t fighting.’” Abby, please point out that “goes” is a verb meaning forward motion in movement, not speech. We are producing a nation of lmbecilic sounding youths holding bachelor degrees! And they can’t spell either! A IN PHOENIX DEAR ABBY: Hooray for “Tired of‘OK’ in Arizona” who complained about the annoying habit so many people have of terminating every .sentence with “OK?” as though it were a question. I am also tired of hearing "right?” tacked onto every sentence when no question is asked. For example, John is telling Jane what happened the other day: “I picked up my kid sister, right? Then she asked if I d mind stopping for a few minutes at the library, right? So I stopped at the library, right?" Abby, what is the point of ending every sentence with a "right”? Sign me ... RIGHT IS WRONG IN MAINE DEAR ABBY: Thank "Gail of Shorewood, Wis.,” who is tired of hearing the word “basically" used and overused incorrectly. My family and I have made a    . game of counting the times a person r uses “basically" in one speech or commentary. I have counted as many as eight "basicallys.” It means “as a basis for" or “fundamentally,” but it's now used as a filler and means nothing My prize story concerns a prominent athlete who was asked in a television interview where he was born. He replied, “Well, I was basically born in New York." Need I say more? Another pet peeve of mine is the incorrect use of the pronoun "myself.” There are several rules that apply, but the simple one is, never use “myself' when the pronouns “I” or “me" can be used instead. JEAN IN MASON CITY, IOWA DEAR ABBY: I was happy to notice in your column that someone mentioned the overuse of the word "basically.” Please add my com plaint to the overuse of the word "totally.” Whatever happened to the perfectly good adverbs “completely,” “entirely” and "wholly"? TOTALED BY "TOTALLY" DEAR TOTALED: While we’re on the subject of words, their use, abuse and misuse, the one word that I hear more frequently used incorrectly than correctly is “apropos.” Many people say, “It is very apropos,” as though apropos meant “appropriate.” It doesn’t. It means “concerning,” “regarding,” “pertaining to” or “relevant.” I have heard this error committee oy professionals, politicians, educators, clergy-persons and literate people who should know better, but don’t. I DEAR ABBY: You frequently tell a correspondent, “Your letter made my day!" Well, Abby, listen to this. After miles of avoiding tailgating trucks and speeders hurrying to resort areas, I slowed down as I drove through the small town of Shafter, Calif, where apparently some kind of doings was in progress Crossing with the green light were about 25 teen agers pushing wheel chairs containing senior citizens, apparently from some nursing home. I called out, “You young people are doing a marvelous job!” Abby, they answered me in sign language! Believe me, that made my day! DR. VELMA RLITER, TAFT, CALIF DEAR dr. RITTER: Thanks for two important messages: (I) There are plenty of terrific teenagers around; (2) regardless of our limitations, everybody can do something for somebody. WE USED TO SIT HERE AFTER. WORK. ANO JUDGE PEOPLE STRICTLY ON THEIR LOOKS. rN0W WE JUDGE EACH OTHER. ^ ON WORE SUBTLE QUALITIES- [TS HE GOOD FOR WE?" "OOEjH HE OFFER SOMETHING I'M I ACIO ING?* “WOULD HE HELP MV jllFE BE BETTER BALANCED?” ^ SSS  KiifP!5 IT USEO TO BE A MEAT MARKET. NOU) IT'S A VEGETABLE MARKET. Peanuts WI -Ut ilWUl Ta aeau* Pear Sweetheart, I miss you very much. Remember how we used to sit in the park oatiliq chocolate chip cookies? i I haven't had single cookie since you left. a ..YOU HAO A FIGHT WITH THE MCCRM 0OV, BUCHY?/ WELL, IT WAS TOO ONE-SIPE? TO CALL IT A FIGHT, TF.. PAC?/ I-., I guess mccrawj YOil fauT- HPS TNICE LES gQ^Ally. vn/1« size ~ ; RIGHT/    -’-tt I MEANWHILE.J _THE 0Lp FARM. A PERFECT HlPEOUTf NOT TOO CLOSE TO TOWN -ANO NOT TOO FAR! r CLASSIFIED WORD AD RATES .212* per word for I time insertion. Lower rates for multiple insertions. IS word minimum. Deadline I p.m. of day prior to publication. Notify Classified Dept, within 24 hrs. if mistake is made in ad. The Herald Zeitung will not give credit for more than the first day the incorrect ad appeared. If ad appears in Wed. paper, it will also appear in the Comal County News for an additional .053* per word. 625-9144 Classified Index Lntiques Apartments b Duplexs For Rent Appliances Auctions Automobiles Automobile Supplies Aviation Boats b Supplies Building Materials Business Opportunities Business Property Fo< Rent Business Property For Sale Card of Thanks Car Pool Entertainment Condos b Townhomes For Rent Condos b Townhomes For Sate Duple* For Sale Farm Equipment Farmers Market Farms b Ranches For Sale Feed Seed b Plants Furniture Garage Sales Help Wanted Homes For Rent 770 Homes tor bale 315 Hunting Leases 300 230 Jobs Wanted *205 400 Lake Properly For Sale 370 IOO Legal Public Notices 430 130 Livestock b Horses 245 125 Lost b Found 410 120 Lots b Acreage For Sa e 375 240 Misc For Sale 260 210 Mobile Homes For Rent 325 310 Mobile Homes For Sa ie 365 360 Mobile Home Sites For Sa‘t 363 415 Mobile Home Spaces For Rent 366 215 Motorc ye les 115 258 Office Space For Rent JU 320 Personals 405 350 Pets b Supplies 248 353 Portable Bidgs 140 135 Real Estate Financing 343 255 Real Estate Wanted 380 355 RV s 110 250 Services 440 235 Storage Space For Rent 312 225 Trucks b Vans 105 200 Wanted To Buy 265 330 Wanted T o Rent 340 Automobiles IOO MERCURY New Engine 1977 Fold $2200 629 350 NEED A GOOD BAT TE RY* We sell good used batteries Guaranteed $19 95 exchange Rosser and Son 625 2571 Across from Sonic Drive In c 9 21 tic 100 _    _____ 1980 VOLVO Station Wagon AM FM tape stereo Air P S P B approx 37,000 miles $8 s50 625 4643 or 629 4523 p 5 8 tfc 100 1980 ZEPHYR $3000 Thunderbird 4147 p 6 11 7 7 100 74 FIREBIRD engine good gas mileage good condition Call 629 6001 after 6 pm p 6 21 7 18 IOU 1984 PONTIAC Firebird metallic gray    great condition, original owner Call for more information 625 7238 or 629 6462 ask for Carol c6 23 7 3 IOO 1981 CHEVROLET CHE VETTE Tilting Steering whee!    bucket seats chrome mags new radials 4 spd    power steering air AM FM $3600 935 2622 P62S7 7 IOO_ 1978 LINCOLN MARK V Moon roof fully loaded Luxury car priced to sen $4500 935 2622 p 6 25 7 7 IOO 1971 OLDSMOBILE Vista Cruiser wagon runs good and looks good Excellent second cai $900 625 5322 PSTB 7 2 IOO_ ONE OWN! HI Pacer F irectacker ted 2 dr auto, console AC AM FM 258 CID 6 new tires shocks battery Lorenzo F Badmg 625 1191 ■ S72100    _ MUST SELL1 7b Dodge Aspen stn wgn PS PB Air radio tuns good $750 or best offer 629 0441 after 5pm pf 267_2T00_ 71 MERCURY MON TEGO Can be seen at 256 E Faust St Current plates and inspection Needs transmission work $350 p 6 26 7 2 IOO__ 1978 PINTO Sta Wagon 4 cyl, 4 speed manual Clean. Excellent iran spoliation Call 625 3105 after 4 pm p 6 26 7 2 IOO_ 1982 FORD ESCORT WAGON $1995 Power AC, 4 dr., cruise, 4 spd transmisston, high mileage (all highway). Engine has 11 OOO miles 625 1 794 c-6 26 7-2-100___ 1978 DATSUN 510    2 Dr., AM FM new tires, good running car 4 speed $1200 OBO 1696 2070 days. 6294242 nights p 6 26 7 2 100 Automobiles IOO Automobiles IOO WE BUY USED CARS 82 DATSUN 280 ZX T ADAM S AUTO SALES Tops, Five speed new 625 7159 tires $9800 629 6910 c-2-B-tf 1 1 __ P 7 2 7 7 IOO 71 CHEVY Nova good 1976 FORD PINTO condition Best offer 629 need! s work new tues 0841 $295 620 Crest Lane at p6 27 7 3 IOO Moor ic rest 625 8290 7 7 1 OO 1979 BUICK Electra P - . cruise tilt premium 1981 TOYOTA 4 speed sound windows air. tinted ^indows and seats and more J 6294112 Status Car $3650 625 p 7 2 7 7 1 OO 3346 1982 CHEVY IMPALA 4 p6 27 7 3 IOO dr 6 10O tike n«*w 1979 RIVERIA lark h e $450 0 6294112 loaded tape deck can be P 7 2 '7 seen at Hill Country T res 4TH OF JULY SPECIAL* on Seguin St 629 8051 or Your choree tor $1950 625 8372 1981 T 1000 Pontiac aa 4 pb 27 7 3 IOO spee d 1980 Sunbird I SBO CHIVY Capric* auto aa but does not Wagon Loaded One work at this puce you can 77 V W YELLOW RABBI! AM FM radio new bat tery AC Good condition Caf 625 3820 p 6 28 7A IOO 1972 CAMPMOBUE AM IV it parting Out 1966 campmobite 15 000 mites oil engine 626 5527 p 6 28 7 4 IOO_ 1980 HONDA ACCORD 4 dr Burgandy Very good condition $350U Call 629 0954 atter 5 629 1821 p* 38 74 IOO_ 71 MG MIDGET Runs go jd 629 5660 after 6 8 74 IOO 1981 OLDS CUTLASS Supreme Brougham 2 dr PB PS autotrans aa cruise tilt excellent gas mileage Also 79 V W Rabbit, 2 dr 4 si*»t*d air runs on regular gas Excellent transportation 625 6725 • ■ 1981 V W RABBIT Sedan, Diese 5 speed lit motor need repair good condition Best offer 629 2850 1)6 JU 7 6 IOO_ 1979 BLACK TRANS AM 2 dr T top b9644 miles $3400 629 6846 p 6 30 7 6 100 1984 ESCORT L 8 000 miles Still under warranty 625 8260 • •    6 IOO MUST SELL 81 Plymouth Reliant K Fully equipped, excellent condition $1,000 under blue book $2800 625 5040 p 6 30 7 5 100 MUST SELL! 1980 Pontiac Sunbird Price negotiable or take over payments of 112 82 mo with small down Call Dee I 438 7446 Located near Natural Bridge Caverns p-6-30 7 12 IOO 1976 CUTLASS Station Wagon Au I heat Runs well $660 or best offer 626-3281 c-6 30 7 5-10_ FOR SALE 1974 Pi - clean, $875 6256795 after 6 pm. p-6 30-7-6-100_ •4 V W RABBIT 16.000 miles, like new, AC, auto, $5495 629 7069 p-7 2-7-7-100__ 'SO HONDA 4 dr Accord, new tires, very clean, AC, AM FM cassette. $4100 629 7069 p-7 2-7 7-100 1976 FORD VAN L it wagon V 8 clean good body runs good Must see 1974 Datsun 610 2 Dr 4 SCH) great condition, like new tires vinyl top $1 725 625 4964 p 7 2 7 7 IOO * ? rn ara •• 105 76 CHEV 454 Crew cab PU 3< 4 ton 59 OOI) miles $3500 p7 2 7 7 IO! 625 3138 74 FORD SUPERCAB we camper Deper<dab‘e work truck 11950ofter 625 4506 att er 5 pm 81 f ORD SUPER CAB excellent condition $5 280 Also 79 I lr ans $. c6 16 tf i D 100 780 629 5356 1 Dodge 1980 Clean 625 2088 Bend Di 105 FORD Lamat 4 wheel drive Call 629 6655 415Riv p6 26 - 1978 pickup loaded I atter! 5 OO p6 27 7 3 105 1984 MAZDA PICKUP short bed very clean, low mileage air conditioning sport wheels roll bar and push bar AM FM cassette stereo $4 125 Call after 6 p m 629 2361 p6 27 7 3 105 1983 FORD 150 P U 3 spd on column $4500 629 4122 until 3 After 7 pm 625 1978 C$28 7 2 105 SHARP 81 GML P U custom 2 tone paint Brown and Cream White spoke rims good rubber Runs great 25 MPG AMFM 8 track RS and P B AC dual tanks Real Jewell After 5 OO, 629 6397 p 6 28 7 4 105_ 1984 VB SHORT BED Silverado Exc cond Loaded 1400 miles $11,600 629 1614 p$ 28 74 106 1979 FORD Fi60~P~U with aluminum camper 6 cyl 3 speed ^overdrive AC, PS., P B naw tires 76,000 miles $2400 626 7673 atter 6 pm 6-30-76106__ 1982 ISUZU PICKUP 626-1730 or 625 7397. p-6 30 7 6106 1971 GMC PICKUP, clean, $1950 6294112 p-7 2 7 7 105 ;

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