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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Stocks NEW G5 48 34 AMR 50 Amer 43 Ameritecn 50 Am 41 Amer Amer T4T 43 61 140 26 BellAtlan wi BellSouth 38 24 Beth 23 43 CaterpTr 35 Stl Un 29 62 62 4 31 63 217B 35 East 37 55 Enserch 49 R 37 Weather Brownie the dog stares into the sun late one He was accompanying his Ernst while doing some chores on Comal Soil conservation Local temperatures Wednesdays high was 45 degrees in New The temperature dropped overnight to 17 degrees and 16 at Canyon Todays high was expected to reach the with tonights low in the mid20s and a high near 30 on Lake level Canyon Lake dropped from feet above sea level to feet as of Thursday Texas A highpressure dome of polar air centered over North Texas brought frigid temperatures across the state and forecasters predicted snow flurries in scattered areas over the Temperatures were below freezing across the Lone Star except for the lower Rio Grande early while some light snow fell in the Permian Readings were below zero in the northern the National Weather Service Extremes ranged from 41 degrees at Brownsville to 2 degrees below zero at Light surface winds prevailed across the with northerly breezes at 10 to 15 mph over Central and South Skies were except for low level cloudiness in South The weather service said cloudiness should in crease in South with partly cloudy conditions in western sections and sunny skies in the Some scattered snow is expected east of the mountains in Far West High temperatures should reach the teens in Northwest Texas to the 30s across the remainder of Highs in North Texas should be 28 to 35 with increasing cloudiness and warmer tem peratures Lows should be 17 to On cloudy conditions should with a slight chance of light snow in southern sections and highs of 23 to 36 The nation Teethchattering subzero temperatures chilled areas today from the Northern Rockies to the Midwest as a storm system spread snow from the Ohio valley into New Up to a halffoot of snow was dumped on Wednesday while 9 inches fell at and 4 inches covered New York A winter storm warning was in effect for eastern Pennsylvania and the coast of New Travelers advisories covered the midAtlantic Under fair the temperatures dipped below zero in Kansas and Missouri while measurements were in the 20 below range over the Northern Minnesota and It was 27 below at and 25 below at Winds up to 70 mph whislted around Squaw Mountain and Fritz Peak in northcentral Veterinary Viewpoint Plant fertilizer key to successful management By CARL ENGLERTH District Conservationist This is a good time to evaluate your plants fertilizer needs for the next growing used and in association with other management can be the key to a successful conservation The fer tilizer needs must be met in relation to the ex pected crop The problem of maintaining adequate supplies of nutrient elements in the soil of humid regions becomes more evident as the years go Virgin fertility has largely been The farmer who is progressive is no longer satisfied with yields which can The present concern is primarily with such plant food elements as and In Comal County nitrogen and phosphate is the main As soils become older agriculturally and the yields are stepped up by growing improved hybrids and disease resistant by using improved tillage practices and by applying more trace element deficienceies If soil fertility has been depleted due to leaching or past crop production this problem is an important one and should be adequately considered in developing a and plant conservation The fertility problem should be approached It should be comsidered along with other conservation alternatives such as kind and sequence of crops in a Conservation Cropping species to be used in pasture the need for grassed and the management of the Crops aer fertilized to supply the nutrients that are not present in sufficient quantities in the The purpose of an adequate fertilization program should be to supply year in and year out the amounts of fertilizer that will result in sustained yields and net This means the most ef ficient use of fertilizer and other This does not necessarily mean that it would be con sidered logical to add to a soil all the fertilizer at one time or in one year to bring the fertility up to its original There is a difference between the maintenance of a fertility level and building fertility up to a maintenance This building up process and cost may be distributed over a period of The physical condition of the which a factor in governing soil mositure relationships and how efficiently moisture is stored and is also an item to They may be a factor to consider in determining the beginning level of the fertility As crop yields are residues are As residues are increased and properly soil improvement biological and chemical fertility is Fertilizer may be the key to the production of adequate residues for adequate soil improvement or It takes pounds of plant residue from each crop to maintain the same level of organic matter in the soil each Soil organic matter has been the builder agent that has compensated to some degree for improper soil management in the On unfertilized 95 percent of the nitrogen and 50 percent of the phosphorus absorbed by plants comes from the breakdown of soil organic Since some producers removed all the grain sorphym residue by bailing it for feed last you amy need more fertilizer this year than in the This agronomic principle has practical ap plication in determining fertilizer needs for a newly planted and managed pasture as Some of you may have experienced the ability of improved grass to establish themselves more readily on land which was recently very dense in brush and has been dozed just prior to In effect his area has natural or virgin fertility due to past years accumulation of soil organic matter and no soil on the same farm and in an adjacent field which has been in field crops for many years the improved grass did not do well at The soil ogranic matter was extremely low and the fertility level which was added was not enough to provide the necessary elements for a successful This is a com mon occurence in Comal Soil s in dense vegetated areas may also be low in fertility especially where soil erosion has The same principle also takes place during a drought period when little rainfall is Cats enjoy regular brushing As the weather gets your cat will shed some of his winter You can keep this cat hair off you and your furniture by brushing the cat thoroughly once or twice a As you will no doubt your cat will enjoy being brushed and look forward to these Brushing is also important to the health of the An unbrushed cat will swallow all that loose hair when he cleans Hair balls can then form in his stomach and these may cause vomiting or con Your veterinarian can provide medicine to solve this but its better to avoid it with a few minutes of brushing each A teaspoon of mineral oil once a week may also help in preventing hair The type of cat you have determines the sort of brush you should A wire brush is recommended for long haired cats and a rubber brush for shorthaired THINK AIRLINE TICKETS THINK BRENDAS TRAVEL CENTER WALNUT SHOPPING 6587358 6257528 San Antonio New San Mai Claws can cause problems A cats claws can get quite sharp and can cause damage to curtains and as well as the Outside cats generally wear down the ragged edges of their claws on posts or other structures of thise Inside on the other will need a scratching post to keep their claws your furniture and doors are going to be at Some cats tend to play a little rough with other cats and with possibly causing scratches which can be very These problems can be lessened by trimming you cats claws on at least a monthly An effective alternative is to have the claws on the front feet surgically Both indoor and outdoor cats adapt well to even retaining the ability to climb and As it also saves the household this procedure has kept many an indoor cats from becoming permanently an These message are a public service of the Comal County Veterinary Medical AMERICAN 4 CANCER 9 cnr HvraldZeitung Taylor USPS 377880 If you have not received your paper by Tuesday through Friday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 11 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and Friday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Dave Manager Claude Elnora Kraft Manager Robert Johnson Mike Grist Manager Cheryl McCampbell Manager Don Manager Carol Foreman Gus Press Foreman Roland Kraft Shop Foreman Wanda Editor David Editor Patricia Editor Subscription Rates In Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one In Texas 6 one Out of state 6 one Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX Deaths Baby Means Veltmann Services for Baby Means will be held at 11 Friday at Lukes Episcopal Church in San Bishop Gerald Me Callister of Oklahoma City will and burial will follow at the Mission Park North Veltmann died at the Eden Home for the She was born July on the Y6 Ranch near Fort Her parents were John Zack and Exa Gay married Clyde Charles Veltmann on and was widowed She is survived by a Exa Damori of New Braunfels a Veltmann of Bracketville four grandchildren and one Pallbearers will be John Stephen McAllister and Alex Memorials may be given to the Eden Francisco Vasquez MrvicM for Francisco of 1670 were Wednesday at Holy Family Catholic Church with the Don Murray of Burial was at Peter Paul Catholic Vasquez died at home He was a lifetime resident of New He was born in Mexico to Bonifacio and Candelaria Chavarria He retired from Servtex Material and was a member of Holy Family Church and the Union Mutual Universal in Universal Survivors include his wife of 55 the former Carmen Vera three Felicitas and Florinda Vasquez and Amelia all of New Braunfels a Pedro Vasquez of New Braunfels a Leonore Vasquez of Lubbock two Antonio Vasquez of San Antonio and Bartalo Vasquez of New Braunfels 10 grand children and 10 Pallbearers were Juan Martin Mar Cruz Sosa Nieves Martinez and Carlos Soto A rosary was recited at Tuesday at Morales Funeral Home SLEEP WELL SLEEPg WELL IS OPEN FEATURING THE AFFORDABLE QUALITY OF FINE WOOD UPHOLSTERY 25 SAVINGS SELECTED STYLE MERSMAN T WALDRON comfort tables SOMtRS CO1POHA1ION WHEN ORDERED MERSMAN T WALDRON comfort tables AND MUCH CUSTOMER SERVICE IS PART OF THE VALUE YOU RECEIVE FROM SLEEP WELL BECAUSE WE CARE ABOUT THE COURTYARD SHOPPING CENTER IH 35 W AND FM 725 EXIT 187 NEW BRAUNFELS 629565   

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