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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 20, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Pugs10A Hatald Texas December Schumann Beware of planting wheat late in the season Some farmers in Comal County are still trying to plant wheat due to unusually wet conditions that have prevailed during the past several Because of such late pro ducers need to be aware of certain Consequences of late planting are potentially reduced yield due to in adequate possible winter kill and reduced vegetative development tillering that will result in Increased pressure from diseases such as leaf rust and greater risk from heat and drought stress In the Inadequate vernalization will be less of a problem in northern areas of the state than in southern regions with milder Every winter wheat variety has some vernaliza tion Vernalization simply refers to a number of chilling hours below a threshold temperature of about 40 degrees that is re quired by a particular variety to realize normal head development and grain Each variety has dif ferent vernalization requirements below which yield will suffer due to an unadequate period of cold weather during vegetative Wheats well adapted to South Texas will not normally require a Dear Abby Grocery Checkout Policy Poses a Relative Problem DEAR ABBY This letter seeks your advice about a problem that is probably familiar to many of your The supermarket where I am employed has a policy that forbids customers from purchasing items that will be rung up at the register operated by a My motherinlaw thinks this poli cy is an insult and refuses to shop here even though she has shopped here exclusively for She has to go out of her way to shop else I am not the only member of the family working arc three of us We have tried to tell Mom Crossword that this is a common practice among retail stores and is not meant as an insult to its employees or their We employees think our relatives should patronize this as it helps the volume of We would appreciate your views as well as those of your NIAGARA DEAR CASHIER The policy that prevails at your place of employment was established for a valid Everyone in and their rel ACROSS 1 Toothsome 6 Feign 10 Puncture 14 Diacritical mark 15 Town 16 Ankles 17 with a View 18 Heat chamber 19 Waterless 20 Kind of day 22 Penniless 23 Let it stand 24 Flys nemesis 26 Roman bronze 29 Author Bagnold 31 Trouble 32 International rader 34 Pitch 38 Pick a crop 39 Sodium chloride 41 Green shade 42 Most certain 45 Most recent 48 River 49 Angry 50 Understand 51 Kern musical 55 Window part 57 Mountain crest 58 Was hot 63 Acidulous 64 Defraud 65 Crumble 66 Sicily volcano 67 Marsh 68 Obtained entrance 69 Sediment 70 Filled with wonder 71 Insects DOWN 1 of David 2 Ouse feeder 3 Footslog 4 Gods 5 Greek deity 6 Dogs 7 Achieve 8 Copycats 9 Chess pieces 10 Alarming 11 Playing card 12 Akin 13 Waiter 21 Camping item 22 Security 25 Existed PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED 26 Pretensions 27 Ratite 28 Wrangle 30 Carts 33 Musicals 35 Succumbs 36 Or 37 Network 40 Untied 43 Ancestor 44 Youngster 46 Russias Mountains 47 Bank account 51 Badgers kin 52 Speak pompously 53 Swiss canton 54 Out of line 56 Plumed bird 59 Fast message 60 Roster 61 Manage a magazine 62 Cozy rooms 64 Tiny realize and accept it without feeling offend ed or Problems Write to hor a per unpublished send a self stumped envelope to Box All correspondence is confiden Horoscope By Stella Wilder DECEMBER 20 Born you are a highly capa ble individual in many Howev you do not necessarily have the selfconfidence you need to begin working allout toward achieving your You would be to start small and work your way gaining in confidence all the Once you feel fully how there will be little that can stop and you will no doubt rise to the top of your chosen field in record time The media holds a particular fascina tion for and you would be wise to explore this more To see what is in store for you to find your birthday and read the corresponding Let your birthday star be your daily DECEMBER 21 SAGITTARIUS 21 A good day for time spent with You may become in volved in quite an adventure before CAPRICORN 19 You may become the object of anoth ers considerable fascination Explore the possibilities romance may result AQUARIUS 18 Your plans and aspirations may be met with indifference Do not be discouraged forge ahead PISCES 19March Time is of the essence Do not let ii slip away without making the most of it ARIES March 21 April 19 You receive troubling news during morn ing hours that may set the tone for the entire TAURUS April 20May 20 Idle conversation may ultimately prove quite profitable Let nothing slip by unnoticed GEMINI May 21June 20 Early morning confusion should not keep you from completing todays tasks if you are firm in your CANCER June 21 July 22 Time table laid out by companion proves Iron out difficul ties through calm LEO July 22 What seems an obstacle proves later to be an You are entering a phase of energetic VIRGO 22 A good day for getting things done around the house especially if you are allowed to go about your business LIBRA 22 You would be wise to disassociate yourself from conflicts on the home front to or you risk adding fuel to the SCORPIO 21 Ro mance is spiced with intrigue All should remain harmless if you and partner remain Uniled Feature great number of chilling while those common to the High Plains and North Texas generally require con siderably If winter wheats can be planted arid a stand achieved In December in North yields will not Usually be limited by lack of ver yields in South Texas will gradually diminish in most years as the planting date goes past the first week of In abnormally cold years such as late little effect of winter yields was observed from planting as late as 20 it weather conditions are favorable and disease pressure is light in the Although winter wheat is well adapted to cold temperatures and can stand extremely hard freezes without significant wheat does not grow at temperatures below 40 degrees Wheat planted in December will have little opporunity to make any significant growth before weather wamrs in the The greatest injury observed due to the cold winter of 198384 was in fields where wheat did not emerge until early December due to planting in dry Stands that had not developed secondary root systems or produced tillers suffered somewhat erratic stand More mature wheat lost leaf but stands were not significantly Part of the loss of young wheat was due to shallow root systems in realtively dry surface soil which gets much col der than more moisture Another potential for yield loss in late planted wheat is due to lack of vegetative development in the particularly the opporunity to pro duce Tillers are secondary shoots that develop from the main Tillers produce at least half of the wheat heads in most Yield is equal to head numbers times number of seed per head times average seed The reduced opporunity to tiller in the fall could reduce the potential number of wheat Which is otie Important com ponent of wheat Favorable spr ing Weather or a mild winter would result in little difference in tiller numbers between early and late planted Higher seeding rates in later planted wheat help reduce the loss that might occur due to fewer tiller Late planted wheat also will mature In Central and South early maturing wheats pro duce the best wheat yields because disease pressure as well as heat and drought stress are greatest In the later part of the growing Pro ducers plating late should plant a leaf rust restant variety and carefully evaluate the need for a fungicide ap plication when the flag lead excerpts in the If spring weather is dry as in the last two substantial yield losses might be expected due to drought or stress on later maturing Spring wheats are a possible alter native if winter wheats cannot be planted due to wet Over most of the spring wheats yield about 30 percent less than winter The later winter wheat is planted in the the less will be the difference in yield poten tial between spring and winter Two types of spring wheats are planted in These are length sensitive wheats such as Nadadores 63 and daylength insen sitive wheats such as Siete Anza and Penjamo Day length sensitive long day spring wheats head out when days lengthen in the spring and should be planted during November or early Daylength in sensitive wheat head out in response to warm temperatures and may head out during the winter if planted too Such wheats should be planted from 20 to 15 in South Texas and as much as three weeks later in North Tfce Silver Tree 20 Off on All James Avery other 14 Gold now thru 24th No Special OrdersAll Sales Final DeALeu op JAMGS jeweLuy 230 SAN ANTONIO NEW TEXAS 78130 6251114 EcoYKnny Furniture OPEN SUNDAY 22 FREE GIFT TO FIRST 50 CUSTOMERS INSTANT CREDIT 10 DOWN TO QUALIFIED BUYERS WATCH FOOTBALL SUNDAY ON OUR BIG SCREEN T V RCA Vidio Cisselli Rtcordu tnioit control ixPRi tuner wiin 80 pieseis joceo Sejicn ana SIOD Action RCA 25 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hill just outside of a tittle town named Jamil informed Hafid that he would give him one of his prize blankets with his own symbol in one a star and a halfmoon to take in to the little town the next Hafid was to try and sell it to anyone in If he was he would be promoted to being one of Emails Hafid was excited about the opportunity and looked for ward to the next As soon as the sun rose the next Hafid was on his way down the hill to the little He knock ed on every door and stopped every person he met but was unable to persuade ANYONE to buy the prize blanket from Finally as night was starting to fall and he was about to start back up the hill to Jamail and admit defeat he heard a little baby crying back behind all of the main storesin the downtown He walked in back to investigate and to his amazement saw a couple who had just given birth to a little child and they were in a stable with some animals belonging to the Filled with compassion for the little Hafid offered his prize blanket to the Mother for her newly born She accepted it and immediately wrapped it around the shivering After wishing both proud parents good luck Hafid departed the stable and headed back to camp on top of the On the long trip Hafic quandered what he should tell Jamai that the prize blanket had been stolen that he had sold it and the money had been taken by or the As he walked up the steep incline to Jamails tent he ooked up and saw his uncle standing n the entrance to his tent Jamail would look up in to the and then back down a Hafid decided to tell the truth that he was unable to sell the lanket to anyone and had given it to young couple who had just given irth to a As Hafid walked up to Jamail asked him to look up nto the sky at the bright star over Jamail told Hafid that the sta lad followed him all of the way from the little Hafid then told Jamai about his experience that Jamai took all of these events in account ant decidedto take his young nephew int iis headquarters tent and tell him th story about the ten scrolls and now his boss long ago had given them to Jamail then told Hafid that he was taking the events of the day as sign that he was to pass along the ten scrolls to To shorten the story a little now Hafid took the studied them and became a very successfu Over thirty years later Hafid was in troduced to the Apostle Hafii noticed something familiar about th robe Paul was Paul said tha it had been given to him by one o Jesus disciples after He wa And after asking Paul a few questions about Jesus and inspectn the corner of the robe to see the half moon and Hafid knew that Jesu was the baby he had given the priz blanket to behind the Inn years ago Hafid then gave the Ten Scrolls t Paul for safekeeping and with th help of the Holy Paul becam the greatest soul winner of his Have a Merry Christmas on His Bir thday Boblewis Ed Note This space donated by HCC thru Sat 9 AM6PM 9 AM 8
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