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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas i 50 percent of the cost of i W f to replace feed n allowin produced on the or pays eligible 30 rainfall from December through May amounted to inphes the second driest penod in over 90 years Of records behind 1 956 which received inches Disaster Assistance In response to the debilitating drought last week Prep ident Clinton ordered million in federal assistance to grain producers mostly in Texas and Oklahoma who are facing their worst drought in 100 years The assistance is primarily aimed at wheat producers who nor mally graze cattle on their wheat but were not able to this year According to the state office of Faim Service Agency over mil lion of the million could go to Texas producers but is as wiffi any other disaster assistance funding sub ject to a lot of restrictions As a result acrcageiseligiblefdrhayirigorgrtei Emergent Loan Eligibility en into must get operator who ii a the United Wroval from their local Farm Ser States is of good character can shbwi vice Agency office before haying or evidejee of having suffered a the acreage ng physical or production loss has ity and iiKuired a 30 loans Was made available for enw percent below a normal pro gency loans USDAs emergency loan be eligible for alow inter program fund was exhausted this year est percent APR loan If an eli with neariy five months left in the cur gible borrower is unable to obtain cred rent fiscal year These additional funds it from a private lending institution will allow eligible applicants to receive USDAs emergency loan proceeds loans of up to 80 percent of actual pro may be used to restore property pay duction loss or or enough production costs pay delinquent debts for years operation whichever is pay living expenses repair buildings less Keep in mind however that under buy equipment and refinance debts FAIR the emergency loan limit has The term of the loan is based on the been reduced from per dis type of loss use of loan funds type of aster to per borrower A bor collateral and borrowers repayment rower with a qualifying loss who has ability Production loss loans are nor or more of emergency loan mally extended for up to seven years debt cannot receive additional emer and real estate is normally required as gency loans A qualified borrower with security for longer terms ess than outstanding can Eligible producers Who need feder only receive funds up to the al assistance should contact the local limit FSA office at 62561 11 l il l For Fathers Bayi New Item Golf fSWiw s Free Gift Wrap With M Call today for Information or to order your 1996 Texas Golf Pass hoir scholarships Fathers tay Weekend 100 Gallons of Gas GIVEAWAY 9 am MondayRegister to Win BBQ Pit GIVEAWAY Value Saturday 2 pmReglster to Win Mil will donate 50 cents from each of the Ant 500 pies sold to the Womens Shelter 35 Comal County Girl Scout troops will be barbecuelng sausage on a stick as a fundraiser Kollbassa sausage will donate 25 cents for each sausage value pack sold to Comal County 651 Walnut ewBratmfels IH kff i Taylor vicepresident of the New Braunfels High School Choir Boosters JoAnn Briggs sec and Debbie Vaughn president present scholarship checks to April Briggs I Almee Horak The scholarship fund was started by a raffle of poinsettias donated by the t Haus at the Christmas concert More money was raised by Booster Club fundraisers and is Brian 4Hers lo well at loresville JOE G TAYLOR Extension Agent Several 4Hers from Comal Coun at Floresville The sanctioned leer and heifer show had more than X entries from the state of Texas outh from Comal County exhibit g and placing in the show include Heifer Kevyn Ivy teserve Champion Hereford Heifer ustyn Cox First Place fall born itaineAnjou Heifer Steer Division Justin Eldridge Reserve Champion igus Steer Reserve Champion Steer Garyn Byrd Champion ford Steer Kevyn Ivy Champion Hed Hereford Steer Kristopher ifrnann Reserve Champion Polled ford Steer second place heavy Polled Hereford Steer Amber third place heavy weight Polled reford Steer third place heavy Shorthorn Steer Allison Kraft Of Shorthorn Steer second light weight Shorthorn Steer Eldridge Champion Chianina ir Champion AOB Steer Tom f Dale Fey second place light Sjmmental Steer Jeff Eldridge exhibited the Grand Champion Reserve Qrand Champion overall Farmhouse From Twin cape to From Twin eapc to From Twin Set to Kinx Set FREE Delivery FREE Frame on selected sets SLEEP STORE FUTON GALLERY L439 BUSINESS 98 NEW BRAUNFELS 6255513 Notice Vote on The New Braunfels independent School District Conducted a public hearing on a proposal to increase your property taxes by percent on June at The Board tif School Trustees of the New Braunfels Ihdependerit School District is scheduled to vote on the tax rate at i public meeting to be held on June 17 1996 at 430 West Mill Street
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