The Brazosport Facts from Freeport, Texas on June 13, 1957 · Page 5
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, ,« li*3lLr":l^A,*':j^'^> LOCATIONS in. ittrttaettt It *8 7-«i» Am BARRETTS' LOIE8 "J^Bt at - jxf we «_ B «, ,„- rnsteubferl of 10 WM in the texii .well at all tun* bargained** came as contract* atge* MMdtitfOfi* are hi* butlnett ait*' eoBtroflfa» Aim *tofc •* IS* t«tt»fc W, fc MeOteg. M wid wtwt lame h* find* IB DO* dip**. ,' ,..>•• elatioft ;f • director of the ig Chemists' 4sso> a three-yea* term. Mais. — . ffl *i wn«i frogmen dueovered MfoB« UWt Ittihe wreckage « **«*1 OH (be fioot bf Ipt- wlch Bay, they {igured the* had hit the jackpot Sob Atb* erty aftd Ed-Lyman couldh't wait td let the box open. It wal fitted with an ex«C«tt mud. ILL GOING STRONG!! FACTORY FRESH NEW 1957 MODELS I960 NEW IES PLYMOUTHS COLOB3 AKD BODY TYPES i ADD STILL KOBE OOMINO ALLOWANCES FOR IR OLD CAR... WE NEED USED CARS W. S. McOrcttor if a man who Jke» to tfet hit teeth into hia Work. That's why he welcome* mosquito bltet on hla awi»— sometimes at the rate of SOO to 300 lafittlnes and bite* during A 5-mlnute period. McOregor, a project, leader and eniomologlst IB the Dow Tesaa Division'* A«ri«iltu«d lesearch Department, probably tar been bitten by more moa qultos in the put month tha most people see of hear In UfeUme. It'i all part of a day- work (or him In the battle be ween science and the pesky , jr Tewns J- — -. Up'lPo 30 Mo^To •The Best Deal In The Ooflity See MOTORS Dodge • ANOUTOK Counting Mosquitoes Job Of Dow's M. S. McGregor where mosquito* an mo- from five to 10 In lower areas * ' • • McGrtgor has had the un uaual task of serving as th of fldal counter ibr * mosquito control project following- heavy rains and flood water* la the , By takin« mosquito counts, **<*», Brasaeperi JIM VOORHIES BOA WHIELPOOL APPLUNOE8 tt Orel* W«y, Ufa FheneT-iniW7-: r*« IblUilne. Hi* fact* and flgwes set the stage, for a Quick kill when the mosquito control project was started late last month by the State Department of Health and thfr U. S. Public Health Service, The emergency isprayinK and dusting prelect got under way almost before I the flood writers had subsided in Bratoria County. McGregor usually locate* mosquito strongholds by walking into an Bret When the grass la thick. "I wear a short -sleeve sport shirt," he said, "pick out a spot and Just stand ther*, holding out my ana*. 1 ' ' Holding; out your bwe arms to mosquito* Is like waving a red flag at a bull. Demit? Varle* McGregor — a natle^t man— usually count* landing*, and cf «v*,to \6 .cuiuuw^ r f f t*s-M.I | walked' Into: iorne "hot* «v»»« recently, where thrue^ mlnuiet Cei* the lob done—, to (be tune of 200 to SOO landing* and btus. • . .-.>. ..'••• -.: In what McOreifw c«U*."gen- eral areas," the .-ount may run between' M to 00 Undings and bite* over fl»e ralnuva. tfce aim method he itmploys Is • tlaie-honored aystern used by people who^count mosquitoes. • McOregor «l*o cwut* larvae or "wlgglen" he find* in pcnds, stream* and Other stands of water. His dipper count* run and up to 200 to 300 in other breeding spots. Dow* Airport Used When the Health Service team arrived here with their airplanes add ground equipment, McGregor led them straight to the areas where the mosqlutoes were thickest. The '• plane* were based at the Dow Texa* Division airport tor their war on the mosquito. ; McOregor found five species in the area. While there Was a low count of the familiar salt i marsh mosquito he found a surprising number of the TtMat and Anophele*. Aaophele* On tnenas* "The Ferrox lay* its egg* on dry ground and ha* a vldous bite,'^ said McGregor — and he'* the man who ought to know. . He said he found more Ano- nhele* than he had anticipated, and less of tlie tfliy Aede*. After the spraying and dust- Ing ha* had time to take effect, McGregor win trek back to the mosquito haunts to check on results. Mosquitoes "• ik«s alf thrat! *•• of tin South! ilnr »r i Bf< ij ^, »,«& MiN'S 100% NYLON STRETCH SOCKS .ONE SIZE FITS ALL! 27 bunches or binds Cool, light weight. Knits tof those hot summer days ahead Includes: 6x3 ribs, verticals, clocks, novelty patterns. MEN'S .SHORT SLEEVE WASHABLE ihatn, embraid* waaVai, ltn»ft waavai, . 6v»ry ihf'ft wathabla. 'All M cut tor aefton and wdvart fab. rtet In bright iumm«i> ihactet. 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