New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 1, 1987, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 01, 1987

View full page Start A Free Trial!

Issue date: Thursday, January 1, 1987

Pages available: 48

Previous edition: Wednesday, December 31, 1986

Next edition: Friday, January 2, 1987

NewspaperARCHIVE.com - Used by the World's Finest Libraries and Institutions
About New Braunfels Herald ZeitungAbout NewspaperArchive.com

Publication name: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Pages available: 261,500

Years available: 1952 - 2013

Learn more about this publication
  • 2.16+ billion articles and growing everyday!
  • More than 400 years of papers. From 1607 to today!
  • Articles covering 50 U.S.States + 22 other countries
  • Powerful, time saving search features!
Start your membership to the world's largest newspaper archive now!
Start your genealogy search now!
See with your own eyes the newspapers your great-great grandparents held.

View sample pages : New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 01, 1987

All text in the New Braunfels Herald Zeitung January 1, 1987, Page 9.

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 1, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Outdoors Thursday, January 1,1987    MaraM-Zaftung,    New    Braunfels,    Texas    PagalA Weighing deer the easy way By CHARLIE PARSONS Outdoors Writer New Year’s is here, leaving just a few days of deer hunting. The season closes one-half hour after sunset on Sunday. Don’t worry though, ducks and Boose are legal game through Jan. 18 and the light geese (snow, blue and Ross’) stay in the picture an extra weekv ending on Jan. 25. Also on the agenda are quail, over in February, and Sandhill cranes become fair in most of South Texas Jan. 3 through Feb. 8. But, back to deer. Since most hunters immediately field dress their deer after bagging them, a live animal weight is impossible to obtain. I’ve often been asked: "How much did my 85-pound dressed buck weigh live?” Because this is repeated many times, here are some graphs compiled from 200 deer in GOOD body condition taken off the Kerr Wildlife Management Area. Since these are typical Edwards Plateau deer, the graphs are applicable to deer taken throughout the HUI Country They are also prt guides for South Texas deer and those from other areas of the state. Remember — dressed weight means "field dressed” with head, hide and feet left on the carcass. 120 __ DRESSED wEiGHT- Find dressed weight of buck in figures at bottom of cnarf and trace line up to diagona From intersection, trace line to scale at left and read live weight. Reverse this procedure to determine dressed weight ol live anima1 DRESSED WEIGHT Does are lighter than bucks so a different chart must be used. As above, fma caressed weight cf doe in sea e a* bottom trace up to diagona', then from intersection trace line to le*t and read estimated live weight ry'X ^ TOP VIEW SIDI VIEW 4    5    6 La 6'A ii 4 ‘V -._ A— 4H 3 4 5    6 7% 6 I 2 3 4    5    6 Deer can be aged by sight of mouth Aga of a door to is determined by tooth replacement and and premolars of the lower Jaw. Aa a certain portions of Its tooth art worn definite differences from the teeth of A dear has only six Jaw teeth, although they appear to have may more. Tho loath are broken into two distinct calogBrtae: the premolar*, which are numbered In the them drawings I J. and S. and the molars, which are Dear are* aged In fraction* became they are bom arayd July and are hUlod during tho hunting—eon. One and ma ho* year oft (long yearling); Tho long parting der Ie the meet neatly reoopiaod of alt age dram. Hr Ant three Jaw teeth are milk teeth, which wM ha iiglaead round tee year* of aga Them are worn ■math ae a lr* yearling, etoile the UM three taeth ie-■MIB Arp. Mw aumbr S tooth hr three cum* kl the ad* tooth air*, tat only two cup* appar on the replaced todfc. rawer Ie thdr lint amos will Mow little i of war on their mUk teeth. par aids Mw Ant three Jaw tad* hp permanent teeth and all daathw of Aw Aret amir doeth 4) la ad Skiing DENVER (AP) - Colorado Ski Country USA reports the following conditions at major Colorado ski areas as of Wednes day. Dec 31 Arapahoe Basin — I new. 28 depth, powder, packed powder Aspen Highlands — T new. 24 depth, hard packed Aspen Mountain — T new. 36 depth. hard packed Buttermilk 0 new, 17 der m. hard packed Beaver ('reek — I new. 24 depth, powder, packed powder Berthoud Pass — 24 new. 37 depth, powder, packed powder Breckenridge - I new . 26 depth, packed powder Ski Broadmoor — Open, no report received Conquistador 0 new. 40 depth, packed powder Ski Cooper — T new 34 depth, packed powder Copper Mountain — T new. 24 depth, packed powder hard packed Crested Butte — 0 new . 30 depth, packed powder, hard packed Cuchara Valley — 0 new snowmaking. hard packet! Ski Estes Park — I new, 26 depth, powder, packed powder Keystone-North Peak — I new. 32 depth, powder, packed pow aer Loveland — I new. 34 depth, packed powder Monarch - 0 new. 41 depth, packed powder Powdertiom - 0 new . 36 depth packed powder, hard packed Purgatory — o new. 44 depth, packed powder Silver (Yeek — T new snowmaking, packed powder Snowmass o new 27 depth, hard packed Steamboat T new 26 depth, packed powder, hard packed Sunlight - 0 new. 24 depth, packed pow der hard packed Telluride — o new, 40 depth, packed powder Vail — new . 24 depth, powder, packed powder Winter Park — 14 new. 23 depth, powder, packed powder Mary Jane — 14 new. 33 depth, powder, packed powder Wolf Creek - 0 new, 71 depth, packed powder 1 Ty • Usa    Ll Here s hoping thot tb s New Veer steers you into goop fortune onp fun Thanks frtencs FfOfTi Tour OIL C HANGE A Ll HHK 'AITON EXPERTS... PRONTO LUBE Three me me hen veer eMi The dentine In the Aret molar (tooth 4) Ie now ae wide or wider than the enamel which surrounds It, and this Is not true of the second molar or tooth 5. Four and me haH year eldi Thedmtineof the Aval and second molar* (teeth 4 and 5) Is rn wide or wid*r rn both teeth, but not in tooth 8. Flue and mo ban year eWt Mw dentine of all molars (teeth 4,5, and*) Is now as wide or wider than the enamel surrounding It. Ste and me hen year etdi Mw Ant molar (tooth 4) lo worn smooth, but teeth 5 end 6 are not smooth. •awm and mo how year etdi Mw Ant and eeeond moian (teeth 4 and ft) en worn smooth, or tooth • may still have a small rtdgs left. Bight end ene4wM veer aids All Heeler teeth ma worn smooth (teeth 4, s, and •), hut tooth • may still haw* a small rtdgs left. mlno, because characteristic formations hove all bam worn smooth. Mw primary factor governing antler formation Is food supply. Ae dear maw oldw* and their tarib flatter, food hardwr and hard* to chew. Body condition will dnpmd,M»dtMaoMly,iowtllmttardevriopmmt. CHABLIS FAR SONS The Hcrald-Zeifung delivers the most information, entertainment and savings . . . Daily Your world is constantly changing. To stay ahead, you need complete, accurate, timely information and budget stretching values. Turn to'the Source... the Herald-Zeituflg. In the Hetald-Zeitung you’ll find stories about New Braunfels and Comal County schools, churches, clubs, civic and charitable organizations; the activities of our City and County governments; taxes you pay and the cost of utilities. We keep you informed about who got married, divorced, died or was born; the weather, local stocks, fires, traffic accidents, robberies and other crimes that happened right here at home. The sports fans can find a wealth of information on all the local sporting activities as well as their favorite teams. Photographs depicting your friends and neighbors doing all sorts of interesting things each day. News stories from our state, the nation and the world are found in the Herald•Zeltung each day through the Associated Press wire service. Each day you will find money saving ideas, sales, and values in the Herald-Zeitiifjg * more than enough to cover the cost of a subscription. Don’t you think it would be a good time to subscribe to the Source . . . the Herald-Zeilung - Your Hometown Daily Newspaper. Call Today 625-9144 Mew tiaunlai, Ttu, HanRld-Zeltuno I I ;

RealCheck