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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas                                Finance proposal on county agenda New Srauhfels HwMleitung December SA Deaths Strong stuff CISD PHOTO Theyre only scale but students in Smithson Valleys building construction and mill and cabinet classes build them Students from left Jay Eric Mitchell and Abel Uballe show how strong theses models The all models of homes with basic floor were done as class and have withstood weights of up to 800 says instructor Mike Veterinary viewpoint Tips on medicating dogs When your dog is sick and must take it is your job to see that he Read and follow label directions Be gentle and confident when administering You will be less likely to frighten your If your dogs appetite is a tablet may be hidden in his food or given in a ball of ground meat or If this doesnt you may have to try less subtle Try putting your dog onto a table if hes not too Most dogs are more docile in this position and are more easily Then grasp the dogs upper jaw with one pressing his cheeks inward to cover his Hold the capsule between the first finger and thumb of your other Push it over the back of liis Immediately close his mouth with both hands until he Never allow the capsule to If your dog spits it try This column is provided as a public service by the Comal County Veterinary Medical A representative of the financial advisers for Alamo Area Mousing Finance Corporation Thursday will speak to commissioners court about Conial County joining The commiuiomrs meeting is in the Bill Carpenter with Kitter Peabody will give the meeting a builder came before the commissioners court asking for the county to reactivate the Comal County Housing Finance Corporation that existed from The corporation was created under the 1979 Texas Housing Finance which allowed governmental entities to set up finance corporations to provide lowinterest morgages to low and middle income people who have never owned a home The law also provides that a builder can buy the taxexempt bonds to finance their However the bylaws of the Alamo Area Housing Finance Corporation limit the builders of multifamily units to structures no larger than Clyde Booth with Lumberman Investment Corporation This would not allow the builder who wanted the corporation to be reactivated to qualify because he was building an apartment who will also speak to the commissioner on the Alamo Area Bond Program said that his company wished to buy million of the million bond We are trying to get Kendall and Comal counties to get into the program which is a very good It creates jobs in the building industry and suppliers of building and it helps people own their first We have a builder in Kendal County interested and one in The interest rate is Itt percent below the FHA Booth The problem for Comal County creating the corporation by itself is that the county has to prove it can provide a pool of 300 morgages a year which would be difficult to get an A bond rating for the lowinterest Carpenter The lesser populated counties are left in a situation where they cannot get the bonds sold unless they band The law provides for counties grouping together to form the finance corporation as long as they are in the same planning Carpenter When AACOGs housing finance corporation was forming Comal County was invited but Comal turned it down because the Comal County corporation already existed and the board had not decided it wished to go into the multifamily which the Alamo Area corporation Other items on the agenda will include the presentation by Betty Wall of a report from the legislative subcommittee of the growth and development This report was given to the New Brauhfels City Council in their last The subcommittee will ask the com missioners to sign a letter requesting the National Park Service to study the rivers and recreational areas of Comal The study will suggest solutions for some of the problems the county faces from the influx of Also Justice of the Peace of Precinct Howard Curly will ask commissioners for a budget The boundaries bet ween precincts 3 and 4 may change so that Startzville will be included in The commissioners also plan to honor retiring chief deputy Victor Streigler and outgoing commissioner Charles Tart THE DIRECTORS OF MBANK NEW BRAUNFELS ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE ELECTION OF MIKE GRIST AS MARKETING OFFICER OF THE MBanlc New Braunfels A Momentum Bank Member MCorp and FDLC Joseph Migasiuk Funeral arrangements for Joseph Migasiuk of 352 Mill are pending at Doeppenscmidt Funeral died today at his Carl Mulhollan Funeral services for Carl Mulhollan of 404 Marble will be held 11 Thursday at DoeppenschmidtFuneral Home with the Max Copeland of the First Baptist Marble A former New Braunfels Mulhollan died Tuesday at Colonial Manor Nursing Home at the age of The son of George and Lillie nee Morgan he was born 1895 in He married Vivian Wallace April 1917 in She proceeded him in death in Mulhollan worked as an agent for a railway express company until his retirement and lived off and on in New Braunfels since For the past four years he has lived ih Marble He was a member of the First Baptist Church of Marble Survivors include a Cleta Todd of Marble Fails three Carl Mulhollan of Mulhollan of New Braunfels and Jack Mulhollan of Boeme two Midred Cody of Bridge City and Florence Reese of Orange a Faxon Mulhollan of Bridge City 16 grandchildren and 10 great Memorials may be sent to the charity of ones Farm Bureau donation goes to fire departments Two area volunteer fire depart ments were given each recently from the Texas Farm Bureau In surance The Farm Bureau gave the money to the Bracken and New Braunfels volunteer departments as an ex pression of thanks for their work on the fire earlier this month at the home of Melvin Route Box The money will be used for the departments loss prevention Texas Farm Bureau companies pay fire departments the when a department works at a fire in rural and the property is insured by the The insurance company believes fire departments have contributed to reduce the amount of loss involved by fire and more have helped prevent DPS off ice to close for Christmas New Years Texas Department of Public Safety offices and drivers license offices will be closed from 24 to 26 in observance of the Christmas The drivers license office at 1258 Babcock in San Antonio also will be closed All DPS offices also will be closed 1985 for the New Years tforaldZtltimg USPS 377880 If you have not received your japer by Tuesday through riday or by call 6259144 or 6581900 by 7 and 1 Published Sunday morning and Thursday and riday afternoon by New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX Second class postage paid at New Braunfels Herald Publishing 186 Castell New TX ave Kramer General Manager laude Settle Manager Robert Johnson Dave Kramer Advertising Manager Cheryl McCampbell Don Avery Circulation Manager arol Avery Photocomp Foreman Gus Elbel Foreman Wanda Lasater Kaleidoscope Editor David Editor Datricia YznagaKing Wire Editor Subscription Rates Includes applicable sales tax Carrier delivery in Blanco and Kendall Counties 3 6 one Mail delivery outside Comal County in Texas 3 months 6 one year Mail outside Texas 6 months one year Postmaster Send address changes to Drawer New TX Weather Amarillo 42 Austin 71 BeaumontPort Arthur 73 Beeville 81 Brownsville 83 Bryan College Station 70 Childress 38 Corpus Chnsii Dalhart Dallas 48 Del Rio 71 El Paso 53 Fort Worth 52 Galveston 65 Hondo 74 Junction 72 Kingsville 81 Laredo 80 Longview 71 Lubbock 46 Lutkin 76 Marta 64 McAllen Midland Odessa San San Antonio 75 Stephenville 56 Texafkana 70 Victoria 80 Waco 60 Wichita Wink 47 DRAW THE WEATHER SUBMITTED BY Joey Fifth Frazier Elementary Texas Temperatures were mild across Texas as a warm from pushed moist air ncrthward from the Gulf producing fog and lowlevel cloudiness as it overrode a stationary cold front extending across Central Afternoon temperatures were expected to range from the 60s in the Panhandle to the lower 80s in the Rio Grande Valley ai least through What a difference a year makes On this day in much of Texas was shivering in subfreezing temperatures in the Stan of a bonechilling week in which the mercury never rose above 32 degrees for almost six It was Texas coldest December on Scattered rainshowers were reported across the South Plains while light rain mixed with drizzle was falling over parts of North and Nodtieasl Dense fog was reported in parts of the South South Texas and along the Texas Visibility was reported down to one fourth mile at Midland and oneeighth mile ai Beaumont Port Arthur Overnight temperatures ranged from 34 at Amatillo to 69 at Corpus readings were in the 40s and 50s over the northern half of the state and in the 60s in the Texas temperatures lows and precipitation for the 24 hours ending at 7 Hi Lo Ppn 38 67 The Nation Up to a foot of snow fell in Southern California and southern Nevada while freezing rain spread across parts of the nations midsection and forecasters warned ot rain or snow for much of the Freezing rain spread from south central Kansas across northern Missouri to northwest icing highways and prompting widespread travelers A low pressure system off the central California coast sent snow into California and and a winter storm warning was posted for the mountains of Southern California Travelers advisories were posted for the southern Sierra Nevada mountains and eastern Mojave Desert of California and parts of central and southern had a fool of snow early today and had 7 Early morning fog was widespread over the Gulf Coast the southern Plains and Ohio and Tennessee Subzero temperatures were common over the northern the northern Plains northern The East generally was Brought To You NEW BRAUNFELS NATIONAL BANK 1 r iu 13 t i c ui U 6258587 1000 N lellcr 2   

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