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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Bloom County New Texas December turtle mmm IN m IT ISNT WHAT A SCALE MOW WOOtP VOU BE PEPRE96EP ABOUT LIKE TO BE TEPPEPON VERM PAM AMP CAUEP A LIAR rOO SPflKKLE5 LOOK SKlrtM OR 00 THEV 3UST WflKE THE FftT TWINKLE IF NOU CANT WEARVOUR GRAND ILLUSIONS FOR THE WHEN CAN NOU WEAR THEM DOES THft ORES5 MAKE WE LOOK SUITRV OR THE PLASTIC DRWE IRVWO WHO WITH WILL IT MAKE HIM SHES WEARIM6 JEWELRY THE PLASTIC HERE S THE BOX OF PARTY HATS YOU THERES AN ART IN KNOWING HOW TO BE THE LIFE OF THE IM SURE I WILL TIME TONIGHT ON THE LAST PAY Dick Tracy WE CAN ARRANGE I DIET EVERY MAJOR TELEVISION NEWS AGENCY IS REPRESENTED THE QUESTION ISDO WE GIVE IN TO HER RANSOM Gasoline Alley Thank uou uou dear Y No one has eyer prec ious botj been so kind to this poor worthless 51 bLCn woman I has brinq PoppMl THAT IN Th YOU 6UHE HAP ME FOOLEPf PIP 5AV YOUVE PIP 9O WANT TO FOUNP SOME SORT OF Vf VOU WW KNOWN THE WWTS Of VOU STOPPEC WITH jusTOM HAVE THE lit OLP tIMf MOS AN7 THE 7KOVEWITHOUT A tEAPEZ HAVE RUN VtXg 1 WITH PAHI6EWUS CM K TOR cny WHO MWE NO SUluETS FOR THEIR 6UUSJ Texas Land of promise Editors note The Associated Press will take a look at Texass Ses qulcentcnnlal year throughout TNI mtOMTH MISS The first description of the western frontier came back to Europe In the form of rumors of vast quanities of gold and But when con quistador Don Francisco Vasquez de Coronado returned to Mexico from his devastating expeditions with pockets there was talk in stead of the land itself the dramatic the the possibilities of the It became the land of For thousands of years before Europeans searched for cities of Indians had lived heartily off the land now called The hunters and gatherers and the flourished on the plentiful game and rich But this was before the climate became the explorers had difficulty comprehending the power of the land it was an awesome place to One early Mary noted at the Colorado River Crossing that there was nothing but a not eaven a tree cut down to marke that travelers and new settlers often stressed the beauty of wild usually in springtime when the land bore new color and Geography professor Robin Doughty is familiar with the percep tions and makeup of Texas Doughty reminds us that in the in agural address to the first congress of the Republic of Texas in Presidentelect Sam Houston cap tured the elusive quality of the Texas landscape by calling it a spot of earth almost unknown to the geography of the Perhaps to comprehend the states im migrants commonly divided its physical features into three distinct One of these was the Coastal Doughty an arc of lowland adjacent to the Gulf of Mex filled with oak clumps or and black clay soils which became sandier and drier southward This grassfilled plain lay behind a shoreline of sprawling bays and sand dunes that provided travelers only a few har like along the expos ed The Coastal Region grew famous among hunters as a nation of geese healthseekers sought out fashionable beaches to in hale the bracing though when Houston delivered his the coastal zone was gaining a bad repuation for malariatype Biting mosquitos thrived in Indianola and in other communities along the The elevated Rolling Prairie region became the most according to stretching from the Sabine River northward to the Red River and westward to the Balcones It was a land likened to classical Greece and The Rolling Prairie promoters had a mild fertile abundant pure water and turkey and other game People entering Texas from Louisiana or Arkansas converged on the ter minus of the Hispanic Camino pushing westward under a closed canopy of hardwoods and loblolly and shortleaf But as they forded the numerous rivers intersecting their they came upon openings that gradually The gently undulating combining woodland with was a major attraction for farmers who felled trees and turned the sod for corn and other the Blackland run ning from about San Antonio nor thward to include Waco and constitutes the largest acreage of continuous cultivation in the The mountain or western zone lay beyond the Colorado Doughty Austin was the gateway to this remote and unexplored Rainfall decreas ed as travelers passed through the rough limestone upland of the Ed wards until after crossing the Pecos they entered a true desert where short range creosote bushes and mesquite covered the basins which received less than ten inches of moisture per Mountain Texas was home for throngs of pro nghorn antelope with mule deer and bighorn sheep living in the high It was a harsh environment with drought and extreme heat and Doughty explained that it was not always clear where one region ended and another But it was the middle ground that became the focus of early settlement where the oatural parkland of wood and prairie offered enormous CLASSIFIED WORD AD RATES per word lor 1 time Lower rates for multiple 15 word Deadline 1 of day prior to Notify Classified within 24 if mistake is made in The Herald Zeitung will not give credit for more than the first day the incorrect ad If ad appears in it will also appear in the Comal County News for an additional per 6259144 Classified Index Antiques for Rent Auctions Automobile Boats Supplies Building Business Opportunities Commercial Property For Rent Commercial Property for Sale Card ol Thanks Car Pool For Rent for Sale Duplex For Sale farm Farmers Market fot Sale Garage Help Wanted Homes For Rent Homes For Automobiles 1983 Z28 TTop cruise tilt power power power tint Selling for wholesale book Days 629 nights WE BUY USED ADAMS AUTO NEED A GOOD BAT TERY We sell good used Guaranteed Rosser and Across from Sonic 81 FORD LTD excellent Best deal in 629 1976 PONTIAC Good second car or family The price is 1982 GRAND PRIX BROUGHAM low new or best 82 HONDA Accord good 1983 NISSAN Stanza excellent Dolby evenings 1978 COUGAR 302 Excellent 1985 DODGE 4 4 5 console with Rallye Very economical See at 610 Crest Lane or phone 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