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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 20, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas On the Road Pet Corner Office administers flood management By C.B. "Mac" McCoy Comal County Engineer As you may know, Comal County is a participating community in the National Flood Insurance Program This allows federal backing for flood insurance on individual properties within Comal County It also means that we must all abide by the Federal Emergency Management Agency rules and regulations, which include boundaries of floodplain and flood way as established in the Flood Instancy Study Maps provided with the FIS are the Flood Insurance Rate Maps and the Floodway Maps The maps used in Comal Countv were last revised on Sept 9.1986 ' FEMA processes map revisions in three ways restudy, map revision and limited map maintenance A restudy is usually initiated and paid for by FEMA. involving comprehensive effort and revision where significant development has occurred on existing floodplams which are likely to have changed the flood risks A map revision is smaller in scope and affects only a portion of the flooding source The community sup plies data and pay for the study Re- Lake Dunlap Trotline Salt It s responsible for a lot more than seasoning your food It can also contribute to high blood pressure a risk factor for stroke and heart attack It s a habit you can’t afford not to shake American Heart Association WET* FIGHTING FOP <XIP LIFF quest for a map revision must be sub nutted by the county judge Limited map maintenance is a new program initiated by FEMA to ex pedite map changes to correct errors or accommodate localized develop merit in small areas FEMA initiates these revisions and the data codec tion and analysis is done by the I S Army Corps of Engineers We have sev eral small revisions in process for Comal Counts Panel i has minor revisions to the flood elevations in the Fair Oaks area at the far west tip of the counts Minor revisions also are in process at Riverwood Subdivision and at the Bracken area This office is responsible for ad ministering the Comal Counts Flood Plain Management program We will answer questions you may have per taming to such matters Autumn gives you an advantage in flea control you don’t have in the sc armer months As the weather turns colder, the outside flea popula turn can be reduced or destroyed, allowing you to concentrate more on the indoors Since fleas spend up to 90 percent of their lives off of your pet. the in door pests spend the majority of their lives on your floors, in your pet s bed ding and in many other places Fog gets help control, and premise sprays can he particularly useful Internal parasites such as round worms hookworms and tapeworms also should tie eliminated from your pets As with fleas, ticks and lice, these parasites can spread to humans Control begins with diagnosis a simple fecal analysis is a good start, and we can prescribe the proper medication if there s a problem Fighting skin problems is a com mon summer problem which may not end with tall Parasites such as fleas and hookworms cause dermatitis severe itching and infections and anemia Remembering that many parasites can spread to humans, the autumn months are a good time to eradicate these pests for the good of every dog. cat and human in your family Pollen can be carried long distances from plants which mature during the windy fall months This means that your pet can In* seriously troubled by various autumn allergies lf your cat or dog starts sneezing and gagging, pollen will usually be the cause Incessant scratching and paw licking can mean that your dog is being bothered by low flying pollen Another danger signal to look out for in your animal is watery, itching eyes, too much rubbing by your pet can result in serious, painful corneal ulcers or even blindness Bring your pet in for a check up and. if necessary, a prescription for medication which can help turn autumn into a pleasant season for your pot in particular and your household in general mi . rn By CAROL ANN AVERY Correspondent June Knickerbocker is in Alaska taking care of grandchildren for a daughter-in-law who is seriously ill Hank and Dottle Markowski have moved to Selma They plan to remain active in supporting Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Department activities and goals Converse Volunteer Fire Depart ment donated approximately S4oo worth of used turnout clothing to the LDVFD last week The coats and boots were greatly needed to outfit the increase in volunteers in the last few months Volunteers are needed especially those persons who would be available during the daytime Chief D R Roberts would like to re mind everyone to be extremely careful over the holidays with Christmas lights being left on unattended and with fireworks These cause many deaths and many thousands of dollars of property loss each year Don't be a victim of carelessness A reminder about the New Year s Eve dance sponsored by the LDVFD at River Bend Clubhouse Music will be by Texas Country a sex en piece band Cover charge will be St; per person with beer and setups available Those attending are asked to bring snack or finger foods It should be a good party Donations have been made to the Lake Dunlap Volunteer Fire Depart ment from the following people From the South Bank area Mr and Mrs Randall Adams Mr and Mrs Emmett H Eubank Mr and Mrs Warren Williams Regency Associates Lid and Cleburne Cad dell From Klein Road Claudme Mulhern. Mr and Mrs Nelson Jent-sch, Gladys M Jeffery Mrs Cora Duelm Elizabeth Fite Thorne Mr and Mrs Marvin Vordenbaum Rachael Klein From Woods End Mr and Mrs Hank Markowski. Mr and Mrs l>ean E Laird and Mr and Mrs Keith McDermott Lullwood Street - Edith S Cartier Helen Onyett, Mr and Mrs Donnie Walther Mr and Mrs Roy Gibson Timber Lane — Alice R Lmsmier. and J E Richards If you have items of interest for the Trotline call me at 625 9144 or bring by the HeraldZen un# offices at 7U7 Landa St Shake the habit. Need Money Fast? Need to Establish Credit?^ To We Make Loans Up $30000 TRY US FIRST We Like to Say YES! Security Finance Corp. 142 N. 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