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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas Special donation June wet weather make a pesty problem pair By BILL SCHUMANN County Extension Agent Mosquitoes and rain go together like Mom and apple One can always bet mosquitoes will be a pro blem this time of year following rainy Mosquitoes dont spontaneously oc cur from rain they are just quick to take advantage of all that standing As the rain falls and fills up such as tin rain old car tires and dirty or plugged rain it provides mosquitoes with excellent places on which to lay their Mosquitoes descend upon these egglaying sites with a Mosquito eggs are laid on the sur face of water and hatch within three The small wigglers must live in water where they feed on small water plants and animals that breed in Wigglers mature in about seven to 10 days and then change into round pupae cocoons with a small tails enabling them to The adult mosquito emerges from the pupa in a few days and then the cycle is repeated as the adult mosquitoes im mediately mate and start laying more The best way to rid an area of mos quitoes is to destroy places where the wigglers Within a communi if all residents would make a con scious effort to empty water from all containers at least once a discard old cans and the mosquito problem would be greatly one unnoticed 5 gallon bucket full of water can pro duce hundred of mosquitoes in a very short period of for mosquito control will give only temporary The best method is to eliminate the areas where the wigglers If insec ticides are to be or pyrethin can be used on the outside of the The best time to apply insecticides is during warmer periods of the Mosquitoes do not like bright they will hide in dense shubbery around the particularly around shaded Hanging baskets with ferns prp vide an excellent spot for mosquitoes to hide during the The soil is moist and normally hanging baskets are not exposed to full One should concentrate on areas that liar Crossword Mosquitoes dont spon taneously occur from rain they are just quick to take advantage of all that standing As the rain falls and fills up such as tin rain old car tires and dir ty or plugged rain it provides mosquitoes with ex cellent places on which to lay their bor mosquitoes when ticides for using insec The best approach for keeping mosquitoes out of ones house is to have tightfitting make sure they have no holes in the screens and use weather stripping around the It seems no matter what we a few mosquitoes are going to gel in our avoid leaving porch lights on to attract mosquitoes at night and avoid opening and clos ing doors on the house at night where Keeping mosquitoes out of the house is a good a alarm clock is enough noise for Wet weather continues to hamper harvest The inches of rain that feel in this area in May was the second highest in recorded The highest amount was received in May 19S5 when inches The region is about 160 percent ahead of the longterm yeartodate average The excess rain has caused soil losses and halted agricultural ac The harvesting of greens and other crops is almost at a stand Even specialty crops such as seed wheat v seed crop of biuebonnets near La Pryor are in jeopardy due more disease and other The 1987 wheat crop is ending up to be almost a complete About 70 percent of the crop was lost to the early April freeze and farmers have been unable to harvest the remaining crop as a result of high crop moisture content and saturated This means that the remaining wheat crop will have to be harvested by locally available combines or Uvalde County Dan Davis said that most area ranchers are still Ranchers exist off If it doesnt we dont grow he Some producers are stocking more livestock to take adavantage of all the extra grass and weeds in Replacing fences and water gaps washed away in flooding is a minor inconvenience weighted against the Uvalde County Extension Agent Darrell Smith said the rains have helped turn ranching The 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60 Negative Creative Hands has made a special dona tion to the Emergency Childrens After the shelter has moved into a Lynette the owner of Creative will personally create a room of textile delights especially an This textile room will consist of items such as a comforter or crib window window diaper wall hanging bumper chair lap sack and picture Pictured is model Maggie Public Records District Court Civil Filings Exparte Herbert Francis Forsberg Divorces William Ewell and Estelia Lindsey Daniel and Lynda County Clerk Marriages Maria and Juan Jaime County CourtAILaw Convictions Keith Louis Bowen sale of alcohol to a minor Sioo fine 90 days jail on State District Court Two men received sentences Mon day in state district court following pleas rendered in two separate The sentences were handed down by Judge Robert Pfeuffer of the 207th State District David Garcia of San was given a deferred three year in the Texas Depart ment of Corrections on a motion to revoke probation on an earlier burglary of a motor vehicle convic The motion to revoke stemmed from a DWI Pfeuffer ruled Reyna should re SARAH PUKE reports pn cur schools HeraldZeitung IUSPS 37780UI Published S nuility in urn in Thursday Friday ufteniuuns liy AVic Hmimfels Herald Publishing 707 Lnmlii or Drawer New Texas Second Class postayi pilid by New Unninfels Hirtild Publishing nt New DAVID KRAMER Editor and Publisher JIM WKliRE Aliitiiighiij Kiiitur DKliORA H LA WRKNCK Offirt SANDIH UTTER Retail Adartisinti Aliimiyer CHERYL MtCAMPUELL Classified Muntiijii CAROL AVKKY Circulation Manayvr MAGGIE LOMUARDO Composition Foreman GUSELHEL Pressroom Foreman DANA UVERSTREET City Editor WANDA LA SATER Lifestyles Editor TOMLABJNSK1 Sports Editor Subscription Rules applicable sales tux Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall counties six SWMi one Senior Citizens Discount carrier delivery six one Mail delivery outside Comal in Texas three six oue Mail outside Texqs six one have not receictd your nawspapgr by Tuesday tftrwyji or by c0 or tiSSJWO by 7 11 Dwwer Texas main on probation following 30 days confinement in county The burglary conviction was from a 1986 He was charged with DWI in June that Norman Matthew of San was sentenced to three years in TDC on a motion to revoke probation on an earlier aggravated robbery The motion to revoke stemmed from a family violence and resisting arrest charge in March 1987 in which he threatened to kill his According to district court Steiner has been institutionalized twice previously for mental He had been placed on five years probation for an aggravated robbery conviction on an incident that occurred in March Gigantic Summer wear Sportswear SQ99 Q99 to to to Personal Janteen Teddi Devon Haberdashery Dresses to to to Donovan Galvani Marcus Allen Tony Todd Sansage Starshine Andrea And More Camp Shirts to 12 99 Several or 100 Sizes Summer Pants Zip pocket style in cotton Calcutta cloth or assorted Sizes 8 to Petite too Sheeting Jacket Roll 2pocket styles in cotton 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