New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 10, 1991, Page 6

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 10, 1991

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 10, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Cornein ik Register “ OWIN 3e given a each day! Pap 6Herald-Ztitung, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, May 10, 1991 Prom pretty Thanks to Celebrations, New Braunfels High School’s hallways reflect the theme of the 1991 Prom, “Unchained Melodies." The event, to be held Saturday at the Greater New Braunfels Chamber of Commerce Civic Center, will feature the music of The Edge. The dance begins at 8:30 and is scheduled to conclude at 12:30 a.m. SEALY • SERTA • SEALY -SERTA • SEALY ♦ At Lack’s May is...    * Better Sleep Month Name Brand Bedding at Lack’s Affordable Prices! Sealy Classic Rest or Serta Posture Quilt X-Firm $QQ99 Sleep Better-Live Better On quality bedding from Lack's •*— ... mr-a **; $-y. ~ • • .... 1 ' Tu in Size Each Firer Full Size $159"..r< Queen Size *499^; Kine Size $599w Sealy Century or Serta Sentra t    Y ■; w WM *' iJK'    !iti*4- ; . W b,%rv»' <-    ...    *"*•. 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On May 16, a symposium on the role of biotechnology in beef cattle production begins the educational activities. Genetic prediction and live animal evaluation of carcass trails will be the theme of the symposium on May 17. Activities on May 18 include a King Ranch tour or a Hill country tour. The Hill Country tour includes the Cowboy Artists of America Museum, the YO Ranch, and the Kerr Wildlife Management Area near Kerrville. J The Beef Improvement Federation was formed in 1968 as a cooperative effort to improve and extend the use bf performance testing in beef cattle. I “Performance testing and selection based on comparative records has undergone thorough evaluation be researchers, organizations, and producers,’' said Dr Tom Troxcl, one of the conference coordinators. • “It has proven useful and important in improving the economics of beef production. There has been a Heady increase in the use by producers of objective measurements as a basis for beef cattle improvement,’’ Troxel said I Student rates are available * Further information is available from Dr. Troxel, Extension Livestock Specialist, P.O. Box 1849, Uvalde, Texas 78802-1849. telephone (512) 278-9151. $ jumpers raise $11.000for heart cause ! Comal county students jumped type to die lune of SI 1,750 for die American Heart Association dus school year, according to Liz Moo i^ey. chairman of die program for die Ipcal division. # “The total raised through die jump fppc project is less than last year. bul t|ie students arid their leachers are to be applauded for dieir efforts in die fight against die number one killer in ranter tea. I lean diseases," said Moo Hey. “In addition to helping a good Cause Uiey Ila vc also learned a good Aerobic exercise* dial will hcip dtcir Overall cardiovascular condition « The biggest fund raiser dns year fas Comal Elementary School, wticre f udcms collected V4 415 in die jump nope contest Second in line was Bulverde Elementary School, wtiere 9udci 1 is collected $3,068 for die good cause I Students of Canyon High Middle |chool of New Braunfels brought iii $2,688 for the titan cause Goodwin primary School of New Braunfels Sleeted $1,129 alai St Peter and ll gym students brought in $2 IS FmHA now accepting disaster applications Aplications for emergency farm loans for losses caused by drought and excessive heat during 1990 crop year for Guadalupe and Comal counties and excessive rainfall and tornadoes between July 15-22, 1990, for Bexar County are being accepted at the Farmers Home Administration (FmHA) office located at 210 E. Liveoak in Seguin, said FmHA County Supervisor James R. Price. Bexar, Comal and Guadalupe counties are three of 19 in Texas recently named by Secretary of Agriculture Clayton Yeutter as eligible for loans to cover part of actual production losses resulting from the excessive heat, excessive rainfall and tornadoes. Price said farmers may be eligible for loans of up to 80 percent of their actual losses or the operating loan needed to continue in business or $500,000 whichever is less. For farmer unable to obtain credit from private commercial lenders, the interest is 4.5 percent. “As a general rule, a farmer must have supered at least a 30 percent loss of production to be eligible for an FmHA emergency loan,” Price said. Fanners participating in the PDC or Federal Crop Insurance program will have to figure in proceeds from those programs in determining their loss. “Applications for loans under this emergency designation will be accepted until August 26, 1991, but farmcrsd should apply as soon as possible. Delays in applying could create backlogs in processing and possibly over into the new farming season,” he said. FmHA is a credit agency of the U.S. Department of Agriculture. It is authorized to provide disaster emergency loans to recognized farmers who work at and rely on farming for a substantial part of their living. The FmHA office in Seguin is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Lack’s of New Braunfels 971 W. San Antonio. 625-7324 ;

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