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MARAUDERS
of

MONTEREY

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is svewNG in Moxreeey.. .twe &IS60 AtiD Of a LONG JOLIBNEY POP WfS MiTTE bESVAHT, BEZWZPO...

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em

IS THIS THE STANDARD WELCOME FOR TRAVELED

VISITING

MONTEBEV

'

CA*E HERE MERELY TO


INVESTIGATE, SEIZOR

verouso:

WHEN YOU ANNOUNCE? THIS PLAN Of YOURSTO


BRING A SHIPLOAD OF SUPPLIES FROM SPAIN, ALL CALIFORNIA REJOICED-' FROM ALL OVER, PEOPLE BRING

LOS ANGELES, TOO, IS ANXIOUS TO BE A PART OF ITJ BUT, AS THEIR REPRESENTATIVE, I WISHTO

MAKE SURE

IT IS AN HONEST EFFORT WITH A REASONABLE CHANCE OF SUCCESS ! ONLY THEN CAN I ORPER THE MONEY TURNED

YOU MONEY

.'

THIS IS THE

THANKS
FOR

My FATHER SETS
PEOPLE OF

IT..

THINK / CAN PO .BECAUSE IT

MS

TRyiNSTO HELP THE

CAUFOPWA

WU

DOUBT HI5

TO 6E CONE I OUR PEOPLE NEED THE SUPPLIES TO

MONESTV?

SUMiVB!
I

CAM

BRING THE SHIP THROUGH, AND '

WILL

V0L1 THINK 1 WRONG, EH,

AM

BERNARDO? WELL
perhaps zoeeo MAY BE OF USE HERE, AFTER ALL ..WHO KNOWS?

IF PON DIE60 TW0U6HT SOMETHING AUGHT HAPPEN TO HIS MANSERVANT, HE WOULD BE MORE WILLING TO TELL US WHERE THAT

YOU MEAN KlONtIP HIM,


CASTILLO? BUT HERE IN THE LOBBY

WE WON'T HAVE
TO USE FORCE,

PALOMARES;
THINK WE CAN SET HIM TO

MONEY

IS

.'

WtlOW

US

COME WITH

AHH, WHAT A FINE WATCH, SENOB 1 WOULP LIKE T& OWN ONE SUCH fcSTHAT
.'

JCUffe SO

HCK$ UP
l

WE

BMOiT'S

TftS/L

OND SOMETIME 107EQ

WAT

WHERE
"

THEY HAVE TAKEN

BERNARDO

NOW 1 HAVE YOU ON THE RUN YOU WILL NOT SET


.'

M!

AWAY,

MY MASKED
'

FBIND

terse are suacx


<SET

wvi emoaiUPimaiL
!

*WW MOST DISTMCE 6B0VE rHETBO.IL...


WE WEEE BIGHT &EBKAEPO APPARENTLY WE HAVE TO DO TO SET A MESSAGE TO THE BANDITS IS TO TELL IT TO S&floR VEEDUGO AS ISBCQST!
!

TUOSE H0BSE6 OUT of SIGHT


.'

WE

ALL

WILL HIDE IN THE BOCKS AND KEEP WATCH FOB THE SOLDfEBS VOU WITH THE WOUHDED fl(M STAND GUARD <

WE MIGHT WANT TO STRETCH OUT... ANP SINCE THIS 15 to BE SO PERMANENT, IT MUST BE COMFORTABLE
.'

raxes, DIEGO I'M TWO MONTHS LATE WITH


.'

TAKING

MY TAXES, ANP THEY'RE MY SELL TO


SATISFY TME PEBT

IT WOULDN'T PO ANY GOOP, DIESO I'VE ALREADY TOLD THE TAX COLLECTOR, SENOB VAlPEZ, WAT I'D HIM \NTW6tVCtKS'
!

UEHASADMIEEP

IT

My
HE

AHY TIMES. ..ANP ONCE EVEN OFFEBEP TO BUY IT; EVEN IF I THE MONEY TO PAY HIM NOW,

HHO

IT IS

THE

8ELL

HE'D FlUP

WANTS

ANOTHER REASON TO TAKE

MY

BELL

.'

*..s-

iflrfie,

po* Ptfso tsls s servant, asekanpo\ Cf THE Plan TO REMOVE THE BELL...

Suddenly, beshrbdo gestures

wldu..'

YES, OF COUME.' THAT'S


.IF DON RAFAEL'S PEOPLE FlfiHT GARCIA'S MEN, THEY WON'T HAVE

CHANCE!

PERFECT, BERNARDO GARCiA'S JUST STUP1P ENOUGH TO FALL FOR IT

'.

WUHAVE BUT TO
WATCH AND LISTEN... THEN THE BELL WILL eewiws again;

\
\

WE

WILL REMAIN

SILENT UNTIL WE SEE IF YOU AfSE *ight

MONTEREY'S

FAMOUS
FIRSTS
Monterey as Zorro saw
...changed, perhaps
'.. its old

and

it

buildings are

still

Zorro's day. in this village that "firsts" in California historv.

has not been lost through time modernized but manv of standing, just as thev were in was the scene of so many

The first full-length mirror in California was brought to Monterey in the late 1830's.

When
is

saw her

the daughter of the household first reflection in it, she asked, "Who
'.'"

that beautiful girl

In Monterey's Colton Hal!, in 1849, George Semple, a buckskin-clad giant of a man, led the first constitutional convention which paved the way for California's becoming the thirty-first state of the United States.

rst newsfiisin'!- in California was pubMonterey by Walter Col ton, for Colton Hall was named. The printing press was an antique even then, and had to be entirely remade before it was fit for use.

Munterey

is

not only historic;

it

is

also

lished in

whom

one of the most beautiful cities in California, and it has attracted many famous writers. Robert Louis Stevenson lived here while writing "Amateur Immigrant."

In the early days of Spanish California,


there

were many

injustices dealt the people

by evil Governors.

Only one man opposed


in black

them, he was garbed

and

his

name

was

ZORRO.

Mounted on Tornado,

a fleet black charger,

he rode like the wind, striking terror into


the hearts of despots and bringing the oppressed.

hope

ro

But

in

Monrerey, Zorro was forced to ride a

different horse. Though he lacked Tornado's

speed, he had a gallant heart.

As Zorro

urged him on, rhe white stallion ran as he

had never run before!