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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels February 8A County joins finance corporation on 32 vote By LILLIAN THOMAS Stiff Wrlttt Comal County residents will be among those who can apply for the lowinterest rate mortgages made available through the Alamo Area Housing Finance Commissioners court Monday agreed to join the housing finance corporation that covers nine counties Including Bexar County in a threeto two with Commissioners Monroe Wetz and Bill George voting against appointed miasioner Yankee1 Camarillo to its The mortgage program will be totality financed by private lending institutions that buy up to million of the taxexempt the local lending institutions that participate will be the ones to make the program available to the countys Both Wetz and George had similar reasons for voting against the tax exempt mortgage 1 dont see why we need to get another entity in another group making taxfree Bill George Im against it because the federal governement that has this big deficit right now will not be able to get taxes off of these Someone has to pay the So everyone of these we create just shifts burden that much more onto everyone elses Wetz t dont see why we need to get another entity in another group making taxfree George said after the Financial representative Bill Carpenter explained to the court the 45page document they signed that essentially set dorm the guidelines for multifamily developments which can be vetoed by the county that the development is Not a penny of million will gof to multifamily Those are financed and the federal government has set no limitation on the amount that can be financed for But each county has complete veto power over a development in its Car penter The corporations legal counsel explained to commissioners that the singlefamily program was con trolled by a whole set of federal regulations and that Was why the papers dd not include those The guidelines for the multifamily developments were specific to this housing finance They were arrived at in response to the same concerns you have raised The other county governments were also concerned about these multifamily developments getting away from Carpenter SVHS plan Valentine events Members of the Bulverde Middle School National Junior Honor Society will be selling Valentine carnations on campus Other Comal ISD Valentine events include a Sweetheart Concert at Smithson Valley High School Thursday by members of the stage and symphonic anda Valentine Dance on Friday night at Bulverde Middle Sharon BMS Honor Society said flowers at each will be sold before on break and at and students will be able to present the carnations to their Valentines that same Proceeds from the flower sales will go toward an endofschool banquet for Honor Society About 50 seventhand eighthgraders at Bulverde Middle School are mem bers of the which is co sponsored by Mildred David SVHS band said the Sweetheart Concert is free and open to the and will begin at in the school The identity of the beau and sweetheart elected from the bands senior members will also be revealed at the On Bulverde Middle School will host a Valentine Dance from 710 in the campus Seventh graders will select a Valentine king and queen to be crowned at the Dress for the evening will be governed by the school dress The which is open to BMS students will be chaperoned by parents and BMS Principal Paul Tressa said the dance proceeds will benefit the school and the ad mission fee will also help offset the cost of dance The Valentine Dance is sponsored by the BMS Student Council with assistance from the ParentTeacher Boyer gets art honor A New Braunfels Middle School eighthgrader won honorable mention for his pencil drawing in the Central Texas Scholastic Arts Awards sponsored by the University of Shane Boyer was among six New Braunfels Middle School students who entered the Others included David water colors Hank pencil drawing Michael ink drawing Chris ink and Sion graphic Boyers drawing will be on display through at the University of Texas Art Boyer and his family attended the ceremony Saturday in Austin when he received a certificate of The contest was open to all students from the eighth through twelth Boyers art teacher is Charlene RAINBOW Invites you in her private home for Tarot All Read ings Private Con 6255667 with this coupon Keep an eye on the news in the ECKE SAVINGS AMERCAS FAMILY DRUG STORE See our 8page sale circular for even more savings throughout the store CONDITIONER COMTREX MultiSymptom Cold Reliever CAPSULES MultiSymplomCold Reliever TABLETS SILKIENCE SHAMPOO Or CONDITIONER Limit 2 COMTREX CAPSULES 16S Of TABLETS 24S Limit 2 C WAX or COMET CLEANSER While quantities last OMNI QUARTZ MENS or LADIES ANALOG WATCHES Choice of WHITMANS RED FOIL HEART BOX MINK DIFFERENCE HAIR SPRAY Limit 2 SHAVE CREAM Limit 2 99 NEWS REGULAR Vor PIVOTING RAZORS PACK OF 5 Limit 2 1 SOFT SOLID 2 TYPES Limit 2 EXTRA STRENGTH PAIN 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