New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 11, 1987, Page 3

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

June 11, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 11, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas County Agent Special donation Mosquitoes, wet weather make a pesty problem pair By BILL SCHUMANN County Extension Aqent Mosquitoes and rain go together like Mom and apple pie One can always bet mosquitoes will lie a pro hlem this time of year following rainy weather Mosquitoes don't spontaneously or cur from rain storms, they are inst quick to take advantage of all that standing water As the rain falls and tills up containers, such as tin cans rain barrels buckets old car tires and dirty or plugged rain gutters it provides mosquitoes with excellent places on which to lay their eggs Mosquitoes descend upon these egg laying sites with a fury Mosquito eggs are laid on the stir face ot water and hatc h within three days rite small wigglers must live in water where they feed on small water plants and animals that breed in water Wigglers mature in about seven to in days and then change into round pupae cocoons with a small tails enabling them to swim The adult mosquito emerges from the pupa in a few days and then the cycle is repeated as the1 adult mosquitoes im mediately mate and start laying more eggs The best wa\ to rid an area ot mos quitoes is to destroy places where tin* w igglers develop Within a commum tv. if all residents would make a con scions etfort to empty water from all containers at least once a week discard old cans and tires etc the' mosquito problem would he greatly reduced However, one unnoticed 5 gallon bucket lull of water can produce hundred ot mosquitoes in a very short period of time Insecticides for mosquito control will give only temporary relict The best method is to eliminate the1 areas where the wigglers develop It msec ticicles are to be used, malathion methoxy dor. or py ret Inn can tic* used on the out side' of the house The (test time to apply insecticides is during warmer periods ut the* day Mosquitoes do not like* bright sunlight therefore they will hide in dense slumbery around the home particularly around moist, shaded areas. Hanging baskets with terns pro vide an exc ellent spot for mosquitoes to hide during the day The soil is moist and normally hanging baskets are not exposed to hill sun one should concentrate on areas that liar Crossword Mosquitoes don't spon taneously occur from rain storms, they are just quick to take advantage of all that standing water. As the rain falls and fills up containers, such as tin cans, ram barrels, buckets, old car tires and dir ty or plugged rain gutters, it provides mosquitoes with ex cellent places on which to lay their eggs. bor mosquitoes when using insec ticides for cont rol IIH' best approach for keeping mosquitoes out of one s house is to have tight fitting screens make sure they have no holes iii the screens and use weather stripping around the doors It seems no matter what we do a few mosquitoes are going to get in our houses However avoid leaving porch lights on to attract mosquitoes at night and avoid opening and closing doors on the house at night where possible* Keeping mosquitoes out of the house is a good idea, a buzzing alarm clock is enough nots** tor anyone* Wet weather continues to hamper harvest The I » 12 inches ut im in that te*e*l in tin*' area in May was the* second highest iii recorded history rile* highest amount was received iii May IuTi when I IT 67 inches tell The region is about I ho percent ahead ot the* long term year to-date* average already Pile excess rain has caused flooding, soil erosion crop livestock losses and halted agricultural activities The* harvesting ut carrots greens and other crops is almost at a standstill Kven specialty crops such as xeed wheat and a wed crop of bluebonnets near La Pryor are in jeopardy due to birds more rain. <hse*ase* and other problems rile* I0H7 wheat crop is ending up to lie* almost a complete hiss \limit 70 percent of the* crop was ACROSS 1 Footless 5 Arrangement IO Oaf 14 Method 15 isolated 16 Fuel 17 Firmness 18 Assailing 20 Famed fiddle 22 Asian fete 23 Meat cut 24 Exhausted 26 Barbarian 27 Purged 30 Flowers 34 Tserried 35 Seek 36 Fled 37 Instrument 38 Establish 40 Kind of palm 4 t Emulate 42 Segment 43 Hockey player 45 Street 47 Musical do 48 Card 49 Revere 50 Send money 53 Edict 54 Shreds 58 Tied 61 Unique 62 Kindle 63    barrel 64 Plant 65 Winter vehicle 66 Young girl 67 Time period DOWN 1 Paris pals 2 Grape drink 3 Essence 4 Dehumanize 5 My Gal 6 Overjoyed 7 Trifled 8 Group 9 Confine 10 Children 11 Scotch isle 12 Doilies 13 Project 19 Fish 21 Oppressive 25 Abashed look 26 Bequeaths 27 Chair part 28 Auto 29 Ectal 30 Bit of wit 31 Hot 32 Ardent 33 Quick drink 35 Hogan 39 Slate abbr PREVIOUS PUZZLE SOLVED BATED OV I N E SONO/ SNAP L ■HME DEC OC ABOUT d'o o’n I E dV OO' [sp RI E 1 I C rn A r‘ ■ [t; e' f Lj E . I A RM E 's| BF- Ir E M I ' IRO r TAMP OREL O’ T 40 Church room 42 Bargains 44 Understand 46 Showered 47 Shrinks 49 Wealthy ones 50 Arbiters for short 51 Baleful 52 Only this 53 Tribe leader 55 Offended 56 Allegation 57 Predictor 59 and Jerry 60 Negative 14 17 20 27 28 29 34 37 41 45 50 bt 52 58 62 65 lost to the early \priI freeze and farmers have been unable to harvest the remaining crop as a result of high crop moisture content and saturated soils This means that the remaining wheat crop will have to be harvested by locally available combines or lost Uvalde County rancher Dan Davis said that most area ranchers are still smiling. “Ranchers exist off rain It it doesn’t rain we don't grow mod In* said Some producers are stocking more livestock to take adavantage ol all the extra grass and weeds in pastures Replacing fences and water gaps washed away in flooding is a minor inconvenience weighted against the benefits I valde County Extension Agent Darrell Smith said tin* rains have helped turn ranching around The range is great and the prices are great Creative Hands Ltd has made a special donation to the Emergency Children s Shelter. After the shelter has moved into a facility Lynette Ciauser the owner of Creative Hands Ltd will personally create a room of textile delights especially for an infant. This textile room will consist of items such as a comforter or crib quilt window treatment window .vhimseys diaper stackers wall hangirg bumper pads chair pads lap sack and picture Tame Pictured is model Maggie Ciauser Public Records District Court Civil Filmqs Kxparte vs Herbert Francis Forsberg ex pa rte Divorces William Kwell and Kstelia Lindsey Higgins Daniel \ anti Lynda M \nderle County Clerk Marriaqes Maria Ksparanza Ruiz and Juan .Limn* Montoya County Court At Law Convictions Keith Louis Howell saleot alcohol ta a minor Moo line to day' ail deferred on probation State District Court Two men received sentences Monday in state district court following pleas rendered in two separate cases The sentences were handed town by Judge Robert Pfeufferof the o7th State District Court David Garcia Reyna 25 of San Marcos was given a deferred three year sentence in the Texas Depart merit of Corrections on a motion to revoke probation on an earlier burglary of a motor vehicle com c tion The motion to revoke stemmed from a I AV I arrest Pf eld ter ruled Revna should re ROUGE Ve’s e'd’s I :° 11 12 13 16 19 23 SARAH DUKE    daily    in    the reports on our schools    lci~Z»itung Herald-Zeitung I sPS .177 HWU /',#/»/, >/»«•«/ S ii It i/<l lf III ii Kll I ll lf. fin 'till'). 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