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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 7, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 4 New Texas June 1991 Music Study Club New Braf nfels Music established more than 60 years ago and longtime contributor to the life of music in the commun this spring held a Silver Tea in the Lemmon Among those at the which served as a fundraiser for the groups scholarship fund from left In top Ann Klee Terry hostess Thelma Schleyer Vir ginia Coffee and hostess Jo Ann Another event concluding the club year was the presentation to Dittlinger Memorial Library of the study book Accepting the vol ume from and is library director Vicki Photos by Karla Wenzel and Erik Karlsson County agent Bee traps stirring interest in state By JOE Comal County Agent Skyblue contraptions hanging from trees and brush along area high ways arc attracting a lot of attention from people and Like a fisher man with a worm as the Animal and Health Inspection Service APHIS is using these traps to lure Africanized honey The pcromoncfillcd cage is used by APHIS personnel to monitor the migration of the more com monly known as the killer A phcromone is a chemical substance produced by insects for Since the first AHB swarm migrated from Mexico to the United States in October more than 25 swarms have been detected and destroyed in mostly along the Rio Grande River After a swarm was found May 7 in the Southern Pacfic railroad station in Eagle a quarantine was imposed around a 2mile radius of the as called for under the Tex as AHB a 100mile quarantine was placed around the allowing beekeepers to move within but not out of the The quarantine now includes 12 counties from Maverick and Zavala south along the Rio Grande to the Gulf of said Elba program manager for the Depart ment of Agricultures Africanized honey bee After the find in Eagle we thougfht wed better move line further north so we could con tinue to monitor the movement of the Africanized honey Quintero The traps arc placed at 1mile inter vals on 90 from Del Rio to Uvaldc southeast on 140 from Uvalde to south on Interstate 35 from Pearsall to Cotulla southeast on 624 from Cotulla to the intersection of 59 north on 59 to Beeville and then east to the northern edge of the Aransas National Wildlife The trap line also runs along the Rio Grande River from the coast to Del APHIS personnel will check each trap every two If a swarm is found in the it will be destroyed and then brought to APHIS labs in Laredo or Harlingen for tentative 5 Elsies Tours 3791257 2230 Colorado Foil Colois 713 Ozark Special Branson 815 Fall Foliage Mississippi Guise TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR WEIGHT Permanent Weight control Hypnotherapy and Neuro Linguistic Programming CALL FOR FREE INFO LONNIE SHOEMAKER Certified Hypnotherapist and NLP Practitioner 6291008 New Braunfels This years crop still looks peachy ByJOE Comal County Agent Crank up the ice cream Hill Country peaches are ready to go Were pickin like said John horticulturist for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service based in Gillespie Right now we have a tremendous ly good he So far its every bit as good as earlier predic This could stack up to be the best season since which was a real bumper crop This is a very unusual year every variety in every orchard has fruit hanging on the Lipe estimated that peach statewide will be up 50 to 60 percent from last years generally good Gillespie County in the heart of the Hill for has to acres in about a tenth of the states acreage and more than any other Yeilds should range to bushels this he The county produced bushels in 1981s banner year but had more acres in production A few good years back to back like this should encourage increased and production will go back up Lipe said early season Hill Country peaches started coming off a week ago with the first ones just now hitting the he are all cling primarily of the Springold and Bicentennial Prices are running pretty Lipe Were seeing 19 paid wholesale for a half bushel on down to lows of for Roadside sales generally are running This is pretty average for early season which start strong and generally taper off as the season Most of the peaches now are small and going to wholesale he The bigger peaches will be ready soon and roadside stands and pick yourown operations will go into full Lipe said the definition of a 1 peach will change with the season as A 1 now is a good quality peach measuring two to twoanda quartcr Later on it will be two anda quarter on Early peaches arc smaller because they develop so rapidly from bloom to Its the amount of time the fruit hangs on the tree that determines the size for the most The horticulturist said the Hill Country crop will consist mostly of cling fruits until around June 10 when the freestone varieties Our peach quality looks about normal so and the crop as a whole hasnt seen many Lipe Weve been very fortunate in missing hail in the Hill which this year is a pretty good Other areas in Texas havent been quite so for now trying to complete a harvest has had a scattering of It wasnt said Calvin Exten sion Service horticulturist at Texas but its always a lot when its your Joe Ttytur it Comal County Agent for Agri culture with the Texan Agricultural Extension SATURDAY 1OAMTO9PM SUNDAY NOON TO 6 PM SINCE WIO COAST TO COAST Come In And See For Yourself What Makes Levitz The Worlds Largest Seller Of Famous Brand Furniture CLIP THESE COUPONS AND SAVE SATURDAY SUNDAY June 9th Only YOUR CHOICE BUY ANY RECLINER Will Hold GET THE SECOND ONE Any Recliner Until Fathers Day One Per Family O TWIN O FULL O QUEEN Brass plated camel back head board has porcelain finials and comes in three sizes for one low Assembly Limit One Per Customer Regular Prices Expires June 9th uooa June 9th univ I June 8th Only I June 8th and 9th Only 149 ONLY25 TO SELL Relax in this comfortable 2way reclinerwith tufted back and plush seat Limit One Per Family ONE TIME BUY NO RAINCHECKS 15 SETS TO SELL Fresh dinette has an al nond laminate top tab le and 4 ivory 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