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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page IO Herald-Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, June 4, 1991BrieflyNBTA holding tournament The New Braunfels Tennis Association is kicking off its summer activities with a women’s fun tournament, with two separate weekends of play for singles and doubles. The doubles tournament is June 8 at the New Braunfels High School courts, with a Wednesday registration deadline. Check in will be on June 8 at 8:15 a.m. The following Friday, June 14, will be the day of the NBTA singles tournament. The deadline to register is June 12, and check-in time on the 14th is 5:45 p.m. The fee is $7 per event for each participant. For more information, call Beverly Tucker at 629-4358 or Cristina Lagunas at 625-0244.NBVA registration starts Registration for summer league volleyball will be held through Thursday at the Comal ISD central administration office on Highway 81. Fees will be $25 for sponsor’s fee and $1 per player for A, B and co-cd divisions. For more information, call 629-6635 or 625-8081.. Dolphins taking applicants The Landa Park Dolphins are accepting new swimmers through June 15 for the summer swimming season. Registration forms can be acquired at the Landa Park Pool from 4-6 p.m. or at the Parks and Recreation office. To accommodate more people, both morning and evening workouts will be held, starting at 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. respectively.Three Parks Run on June 8 The Three Parks 5000-Meter Run will start June 8 at 8:15 a.m., near the train station in Landa Park. A children’s IK run will precede the 5000-meter event at 7:30 a.m. Race day registration goes from 7-8 a.m. The entry fee for runners who preregister is $10, with the deadline for preregistration being May 26. Late or day-of-race registration is $13. Registration for the children’s run, either before or on race day, is $3 without a T-shirt and $8 with a shirt included. Each runner in the 5K event will receive a Three Parks Run T-shirt and free entry to Wasserfcst for themselves and their families. Awards will be given to the top three male and female finishers in various age categories. For more information, call Tim Hooker-at 625-8620, Ray Kochn at 629-0299 or Bill Holden at 625-2488.Summer tennis program The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is starting a tennis program this summer at the H.E.B. tennis courts in Prince Solms Park. The program is geared for all ages interested in improving their overall game. Instruction will be conducted by Allen Farmbrough, who competes nationally through the U.S. Tennis Association. He has taught at both Ncwk’s and T-Bar M. Youth sessions will meet twice a week for four weeks. There are three youth sessions scheduled for the summer. Session 2 starts on July 8 and Session 3 on Aug. 5. The fee for each session is $80 per person. Classes will run from 8 a.m. until noon on Mondays and Wednesdays for intermediates and advanced players, with beginners meeting at the same times on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Adult classes for all skill levels are also scheduled from 6-8 p.m. Mondays through Thursdays. The fee for adult lessons is $10 per hour for group lessons and $20 per hour for private lessons. Registration will be at the H.E.B. courts after class. For more information, call the Landa Recreation Center at 620-PLAY.    JV-ball play starts Monday An adult volleyball league begins play June IO at the sand courts in Landa Park, with the seven-wcck sea son costing $85 per team. Games will be played each Monday, with the first set starting al 6:30 p.m. Winners will be determined on a best-of-thrce basis. . The co-rccreational league allows no spiking.3-on-3 tourney on Saturday The Rec Center offers monthly 3-on-3 A>asketball tournaments, always on the second Saturday of the month. This month’s event is June 8. The cost is $1 per player.Parks & Rec plans day camp The Parks and Recreation Department is offering a day camp, called Camp Thunderduck, for boys and girls ages 6-12. Activities include arts and crafts, outdoor recreation, athletics, field trips and special events. The camp runs every day from 8 a.m. until 3 pjn. The cost of the camp is $45. Sessions run June 3-14, June 17-28, July 8-19 and July 22-August 2.Lady, Junior clinics set The Landa Park Golf Course has scheduled lady and junior clinics for the summer and fall. There will be three junior clinics for boys and girls planned by age groups. The first, for 8- to 10-year-olds, will be June 24-28. A clinic for ages 10-12 will be held July 22-26. A clinic for juniors 12 and older will run Aug. 5-9. All junior clinics will be held at Landa Park from 9:30-11 a.m. A ladies clinic will be held Sept. 16-20 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the golf course. Call 625-3225 for more information.Special tourneys scheduled The Landa Park Golf Course will host two special tournaments in July. The first will be a Father and Son tournament on Sunday, July 21. The second will be a Junior Invitational on Monday, July 29. To register, or for more information, call the pro shop at 625-3225.Water Works offered Water Works exercise classes are scheduled at the Landa Park Olympic Pool from 7-8 p.m. on Mondays and Wednesdays and from 9-10 a.m. on Saturdays. The class, offered through the Parks and Recreation Department, is led by Candace Wells, who is in her eighth year as instructor. Call 625-4416 for more information.CHS offers tennis program Canyon High School will sponsor a “Go For The Gold” Junior Development Tennis Program this summer for five different levels of players. There will be three sessions to chose from in the month of June. Each session will last one week. You may sign up for one or all three sessions. The dates are June 10-14, June 17-21 and June 24-28. Programs will be offered for beginners (White), Intermediates (Blue), advanced-intermediates (Bronze), advanced (Silver) and tournament/ high school level (Gold). The cost is $25 for the White and Blue sessions and $60 for the Bronze and Silver. The entry deadline is May 30. The times for each session will be 9-10 a.m. for White level, 10-11 a.m. for Blue, 1-4 pjn. for Bronze, Silver and Gold. For more information contact program director Ed Strieker at 625-6251 or 625-2801.NB Triathlon on June 9 Central Texas Triathletes are invited to join others from across Texas and the nation on June 9 for the third annual New Braunfels Triathlon. The event, which benefits the New Braunfels Children’s Museum, will include a 1,000-mcter swim, followed by a 20-mile bike ride and a five-mile run. The early entry fee of $35 for individuals and $75 for a relay team is due by May 31. The late entry fees are $45 and $85. Athletes will compete in various age groups: 14-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69 and 70+. Relay teams are composed of men, women, mixed or Masters over 40. The New Braunfels Triathlon is Tri-Fed sanctioned and proof of membership is required at pre-race registration. Packet pickup will be June 8 from IO a.m. until 7 p.m. at the Wasserfcst celebration in Landa Park. The race site is 1.2 miles down Schumann’s Beach Road off FM 725, which is three miles south of IH-35. For more information on the race or to obtain an entry form, call the Children’s Museum at 620-0939.Scholarships still available More than 100,000 collegiate athletic scholarships are available each year to male and female high school and junior college student athletes. Contrary to popular belief, students don’t have to be all-state to qualify. Much of this money goes unused. A new publication with forms, sample letters and tables of factual information is available for student athletes. It takes them step by step through the important process of getting an athletic scholarship and includes college and conference listings. For details on how to get a collegiate athletic scholarship, send a large self-addressed, stamped envelope to the National Sports Foundation, 612A Willow Drive, P.O. Box 940, Oakhurst, NJ. 07755.Aerobics classes meet The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an ongoing “Dance Aerobics” class taught by Terry Bogue. Gasses are held Monday through Saturday at the Landa Recreation Center from 9-10:15 a.m. The fee is $2 per class or monthly fees of $15 for twice a week, $20 for three times a week or $30 for unlimited classes. Babysitting is available. For more information call the Rec Center at 620-PLAY.Golf cards available by mall Swing into action with the 1990-91 Golf Fore Sight cards which benefit the Texas Society to Prevent Blindness. For $35 each, cardholders can enjoy playing one round of golf with greens fees waived at each of the participating courses. The Blue Cards are good for 21 golf courses, including local courses Lee’s Par 3, Woodlands Country Club and Northcliffe Country Club. Other courses participating are Woodlake, Northern Hills and Seven Oaks in San Antonio, Tapatio Springs in Boerne, Aquarena Springs and Quail Geek in San Marcos, the Devine Country Cub, Flying L Ranch and Lost Valley in Bandera, Chaparral and Starcke Park in Seguin, Oak Valley in Helotes, the Hondo and Hallettsville golf courses, Edna Country Cub, Independence in Gonzales, Rocksprings Country Club and the San Marcos Driving Range. A Green Card is available for the South Texas area, which includes courses in Corpus Christi, Portland, Kingsville, McAllen and Brownsville. You’ll be helping the TSPB, a nonprofit volunteer health agency, to save the sight of children and adults. For more information about the cards, contact Ginger Cave at the Texas Society to Prevent Blindness, 10205 Oasis Dr., San Antonio, 78216, or call 342-3292.Baylor coach heads camp Baylor University Baseball Coach Mickey Sullivan will again lead camps for Little Leaguers this summer. Boys ages 9-15 can take part in one of three camps, which will run July 7-12, July 14-19 and July 21-26. Sullivan will utilize the baseball coaching staff at Baylor, with additional instructors for the camp coming from other colleges, junior colleges and Texas high schools. For more information on the Little League camps, call (817) 756-1816.ScoreboardOn The Air TUESDAY 3pm— Coliege basebal NCAA World Sones Gamed ESPN 6:30 pm — Pro baseball New York at Cincinnati. ESPN 6 35 p m — Pro baseball Philadelphia at Atlanta. TBS 7pm— Pro baseball San Diego at Chicago WGN 9 30 p rn — Pro baseball Boston at California ESPN WEDNESDAY 8 a rn — Tennis French Open ESPN 1:15 pm — Pro baseball San Diego at Chicago WGN 6 30pm —Pro baseball: Toronto at New York. ESPN 7:30 p m — Pro baseball Montreal at Houston HSE 8pm— Pro basketball LA Lakers at Chicago Game 2 NBA Finals, KMOL 1130 pm — College basebal NCAA World Series Game 11, ESPNAmerican League All Time* COT East Division W L Pct. GB Toronto 26 23 549 — Boston 26 22 542 A Milwaukee 23 25 .479 3V4 Detroit 23 26 469 4 New York 21 26 .447 5 Cleveland 20 27 426 6 Baltimore 16 30 375 8V4 West Division W L Pct. GB Oakland 30 20 600 — Texas 26 16 591 1 California 26 21 571 VA Seattle 26 23 531 3 Minnesota 26 25 510 4 A Chicago 22 25 468 BA Kansas City Monday's Games 21 27 438 8 Toronto 5, New York 3 Cleveland 2. Detroit 0 Oakland 5. Chicago 3 Minnesota 3. Baltimore 2 Today's Games Toronto (Stottlemyre 5-1) at New York (Sanderson 6-2). 6 30 p rn Chicago (McDowell 5-3) at Cleveland (King 4-4) ,6 35 p rn Seattle (Holman 5 5) at Detroit (Cerutti 0-1), 6 35p.m Baltimore (Ballard 3-6) at Minnesota (Guthrie 4-3), 7:05 pm. Texas (Guzman 0-1) at Kansas City (Bod-dicker 3-4), 7:35 pm Milwaukee (Navarro 5-2) at Oakland (Welch 4-3), 905 p rn Boston (Bolton 5-2) at California (Finley 8-2).9 35p m National Lev ue East Division L Pct. GB Pittsburgh 32 15 661 — New York 26 21 553 6 St Louis 26 22 542 6V4 Chicago 26 23 531 7 Philadelphia 22 27 449 11 Montreal 20 29 406 13 West Division W L Pct. GB Los Angeles 28 21 571 — Atlanta 25 21 543 VA San Diego 26 25 510 3 Cincinnati 24 24 500 3* Houston 18 31 367 10 San Francisco 16 32 360 IO* Monday's Gamas No games scheduled Today's Gamas New York (Cone 5-3) at Cincinnati (Hammond 3-3), 6:35p.m. San Francisco (Burkett 2-3) at Pittsburgh (Z.Smith 7-2), 6:35 pm. Philadelphia (Mulholland 6-3) at Atlanta (Glavine 8-2), 6:40 p.m San Diego (Benes 2-6) at Chicago (Scan-lan 2-1), 7.05 pm Montreal (M.Gardner 0-2) at Houston (Hamisch 3-3), 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Hershiser 0-1) at St Louis (DeLeon 2-4), 7:35 pm.Leaders TODAY’S MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (136 at bats)—CRipken. Baltimore, 353, Sierra. Texas. 353, Molitor. Milwaukee, .346; Joyner. California. 345: EMartinez. Seattle. 342. RUNS—DHenderson, Oakland, 36. Molitor. Milwaukee. 36: Polonia. California, 36. Sierra. Texas. 36. Canseco. Oakland. 34. Palmeiro. Texas, 34 PBI—DHenderson. Oakland. 39. Fielder. Detroit, 36. Winfield, California. 38, CRipken. Baltimore. 37: Thomas. Chicago. 37 HITS—Molitor. Milwaukee, 69, Puckett. Minnesota. 67; CRipken. Baltimore, 66; Sierra, Texas. 65; Polonia. California, 64 DOUBLES—RAIomar, Toronto, 17; White. Toronto, 15; Caner, Toronto, 14; DHenderson, Oakland. 14; 5 are tied with 13. TRIPLES—Molitor. Milwaukee. 5; Polonl-a. California, 5; 12 are tied with 3. HOME RUNS—CRipken. Baltimore. 12; DHenderson, Oakland. 12; Deer. Detroit, 12; CDavis, Minnesota. 11; Fielder. Detroit, 10; JeBarfiekJ, New York, 10; Winfield. Califomi-a, 10 STOLEN BASES—Polonia. California, 18; RHenderson, Oakland, 16; Raines, Chicago. 15; RAIomar. Toronto, 13; Cuyler. Detroit, 12. PITCHING (5 decisions)—Henneman, Detroit, 5-1. .833,1 56; Stottlemyre. Toronto. 5-1, 833, 3.38; Erickson. Minnesota. 8-2, 800,1 58, Finley. California. 8-2. 800. 3 68; Key, Toronto, 8-2, 800,2 64 STRIKEOUTS—Clemens. Boston, 83; RJohnson. Seattle. 69; Ryan, Texas, 67. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (136 at bats)—TGwynn, San Diego, .356, Jose. St Louis, .349; Samuel. Los Angeles, .337; OSmith. St. Louis. .335; Pendleton. Atlanta. .328 RUNS—TFernandez, San Diego, 37; Coleman, New York, 35; Butler, Los Angeles. 34; DeShields, Montreal. 33; RThompson, San Francisco, 33; Strawberry, Los Angeles. 33; VanSlyke. Pittsburgh. 33. RBI—Justice, Atlanta, 38, WCIark, San Francisco. 38; TGwynn, San Diego. 36; Calderon, Montreal, 35; Johnson, New York, 35. HITS—TGwynn, San Diego, 73; Samuel, Los Angeles. 62; Jose. St. Louis, 61; OSmith, St. Louis, 56;TFernandez. San Diego, 55 DOUBLES—Jose, St Louis, 17; Bonilla, Pittsburgh. 14; TGwynn, San Diego, 14; HMorris. Cincinnati, 13; Justice, Atlanta. 13. TRIPLES—TGwynn, San Diego. 7, Fel der. San Francisco, 6; Cand ae Ie, Houston, 4; Coleman, New York, 4; LGonzalez, Houston. 4, TFernandez, San Diego. 4. HOME RUNS—FMoGriff, San Diego. 12; GBell. Chicago. 11 Johnson. New York. 11, Gant, Atlanta. 10; Mitchell, San Francisco. 10. ONeill. Cincinnati, 10; WCIark, San Fran cisoo, 10. STOLEN BASES—Coleman. New York. 28; DeShields, Montreal. 23; Grissom, Mon treat, 23; Nixon, Atlanta, 19; OSmith, St Louis, 16.Harald-Zfltung CLASSIFIEDS 1-8 in—rtona $3 20 par day Lower rat— tor muMpto Inaerttom. Nodfy tie wBMn 24 hour* H a mtoMke ii made in your ad. No oradt wW ba given tor more then Aret Incorrect insertion.CALL 625-9144 Tm—day-Fnday Pvibttce*one-1:00 PM the day before Sunday Pubkoatton-1:00 PM Friday Jbbqyn.....HiruMin MM UM, I I I 220 Condos/Tawnhomee tor Rent..... .880 Antkiuft AukmUM 106 ConOoe/Townhomet tor B— .380 br Bjm fi—t —|RWIA^PWa r apx 315 Duplexes/Apte. tor 8—.............. 210 E-tan...„............——........ .400 NMI iBblbrtieni.......................... Automat)#* IOO f AlfVUMI iiaxLwt 266 i I i I .110 Fifnii/Ri'KhH tof R#fil............. 356 Ameban ••*.» .116 taixllM nj9iaa Bn_i rirfilWni Mtfl IU* WPI .355 Beets B Bubbles......................... .180 ap Jb3l am tm rfMrMt'lrt'wiiS ......................... ..250 .840 Ftoan—I..................................... ft-iif*~iti GpporbjnMts .810 Furniture..................................... 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We. pa. pb $1200 00. Call 625 0649 after 6 QQp rn 1979 Fiat Spider 2000 Convertible Very good condition new top. recon ditioned transmission, new clutch and pressure plate Reconditioned di Ne rental New shocks & many other features Nice paint job Reasonable pr iced lo sail, not a give away Call for info 620 4543 or (620 9076 ask for Kent) 1980 Rabbit. AC, am/fm. 127,000 miles, $1160 625 3944 Herald -Zritung WEST ENO AUTO SALES 1557 W San Antonio 629-0025 W# Finance Eazy Terms Cell Today Drive Today We Buy Cere IOO Automobiles 1981 Plymouth Reliant, for sale as is, $300, 6290376 1982 Buick Electra. 4 dr., 1 owner, in good condition $3,250 OBO 964 3216 ask for Becky Atter 6 30 899 3288 1982 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Brougham, 2 dr., very good condition, looks good, runs good new tires $1,800 firm Canyon Lake 612 936 2706 1983 Chrysler Fifth Ave, Excellent Condition $2350 or reasonable oHer 629 5356_ 1983 Mercury Capri 6 0, 5 spd new clutch, A/C. good body, sunroof Roy, 625 1763 or 626 7649 1985 Renault 2dr black like new, AC, stereo 5 spd $3250 629 6878 _ 1987 Chrysler LeBarJn GTS. leadier, auto, power accessories, looks like new $6,900 , week ends and evenings, 1 612 964 2606___ 1988 Ford F 150 Super cab. standard, cruise con bol. A/C, tilt steering Call 626 0674_ 84 Ford Mustang GT, on# owner, excellent condition 79.000 mites $4,500. Call after 6pm. 626 4021. IOO ‘72 Buick LeSabre, runs good, $600 629 7546 84 Olds 88 4 door 88k, runs good, $1800 OBO Must sell 629 7246 Batteries starting at $18 exchange Wanted Cars $ Trucks COMAL AUTO SALVAGE 629 6965 For Sale or Trade, 88 Ford Taurus. 6cyl, 4dr power door locks, bit $ cruise Clean and runs good st# roo Maka otfar 1 612 885 2396_ GOVERNMENT 8EIZED vehicles from $100 Fords Mercedes Corvettes Chevys. Surplus Buyers Guide (I) 805 962 8000 Ext S 10069._ 83 Chevrolet Caprice Classic. AOR. loaded, ex ba dean, excellent oondi bon, $3.100 OO 6251613 Low Monthly Auto Incur-anc#. Caff 626-3000. One Owner! Very Clean 1980 Olds Regency with low mileage $3500 firm 625 9490 Trucks/ Vans 105 Trucks/ Vans 105 R.V.’b 1972 C 60 Chevrolet Dump buck. 5 6 yard box Work it everyday (612)899 2616    ____ 1976 Ford Ranger with camper shell $3 600 Call 620-7136 1985 SIO Ext Cab, V-6, Mint cond Loaded I Owner, 33k, Camper shed. $6200 , 625 4131 *67 Chevy PU. V. ton. rebuilt 350 engine Seen at Kroger s parking lot Dou blo gas tank 629 4179 78' Ford Super Cab, auto, V-6, a/c, stereo, good run ning condition $1700 , 629 0666_ ‘79 GMO Jimmy, rebuilt motor $ trans, $1800 629 3947 or 629 JAMM ‘86 Ford F 160, 4x4, loaded, car phona. $9,500 Call 629 4933 Not sold cad again John Deer# 360 beak loader. $3700 of recent work done Must sell, Roger Wolf. 964 3942 Antique Automobiles 106 1963 Chevy Delivery Wa gon. $600 OO Firm 626 6618, ask for Rick RYS 110 110 1963 Journey Motor Home, 27ft. 32.000 miles. Excellent condition $16,600 OO Call 620 4967, 1990 Prowler 26 Travel Trailer twin beds, ton bath, microwava, asking $12,000 620 1406 1961 27- Allegro, Ad extras except tot maker Excel lent condibon $12,500 Also Thousand Trail Un limited membership for A of current selling price Will consider trade-in of 2 horse bailer with tod living quatert    or cattle 626 6627 77 GMO Motorhome, 30 sleeps 8. newly decorated, located on Guadalupe River, $7000 00. 620 7737. 89' Carrie Ute, 36 ft 5th wheel, self contained Uke New. Make Offer Call I 612 620 1308, leave message Cab Over Pick Up Cam per 8 with stove, ice box. jacks, asking $650 00 620 1406 Motorcycles 115 Kawasaki Ninja 900 Sh<+ wroom condition Call 629 2864 evenings or 620 8137, $2300 loran— MOTORCYCLES Psrti. acce*tooM end repair SH brand eyelet, cs! Suzuki of Itoouln, Inc. 1-600-7474063 Assi A— Id Buy/ Pri g) Service Availst* Bo— $ Supplies 120 12' Fishing Boat. Sears Baitweil, Flotation, Oars & Locks, Anchors $250 OO Firm 1 512 964 3758 14' Alumacraft Boat, 6HP Evinruda motor $795 00. Trailer Optional $75 00 See at Landa Skeet Car Wash 625 8601 84' Ski Centurion, stereo. ski equipment. Nfe jackets. $3500. 1 512 885 2045 Boat 6 Motor with all ac cee sones 40HP electric Mercury motor 14/» Trimcraft bi hull fiberglass boat 2 batteries, eagle bolling motor, suck pump, new ulba Eagle depth fin der. strong bailer, with ex ba spara tire 629 3854 Fishing boat, 14ft, bailer. 5hp motor, bolling motor w/battery Call 620 5920 Fishing boat,14ft, bailer, 6hp motor, boiling motor w/hattery Call 620 6920 For sale 1990 Champion 1611 bass boat, 200XP Evinruda motor, Motor Bide bolling motor with >toonbol Cumstom tan dam trailer, very low hours, very fast • 72 7860 After 7, 625 7198____ For sale 6hp Montgomery Ward boat motor $100, 936 4409 Boats I Supplies 120 76 Bsylinsr, 22A feet, Volvo engine 8ft wide. stove, toe box, cutty cabin, Completely re worked, good condition, $5,500 6253776, at Cranes Mill Automobile/ Supplies 130 camvoh jurrouonvE- VW BEETLE Specialists For New Braunfels— Full service department New and Used parts Engine rebuilding 1496 Hwy 81E 625-4008 Portable Buildings 140 Portable utility buildings All wood/ shingle roof, built on your lot 8X8 to 16X40 620 6127_ Spring Sale! Barns, stor ages, warehouses, field offices, utility, garages Custom made to order 6256396 Wsntsd_200 Correspondent Do you have your finger on the pulse of your commun tty? The New Braunfels Herald Zettong rn seeking area correspondents for Comal County oommuni bes. Sample column, re ter en cee required Con tact Janine Green at 625 9144 Help Wanted 200 Cooks wanted Minimum wage Must work nights, weekends, holidays Apply in person Landa Station High school stu dents welcome Denial Hygienist Wanted! FuH or Part bme Salary and or commission Dr Wolbrecht, 512 268 4011 in Kyle Dental Hygienist Needed IA days a week Salary Nog 1 512 899 7128 Detail Person Must have previous experience! Job includes washing, wax mg. compounding and in tenor cleaning Apply in person Wendell A Sons Auto Sales, 1095 Hwy 81 r_ EARN MONEY Reading books! $30,OOO/yr income potential Details (1) 806 962 8000 Ext Y 10069 Appointment Secretaries. National company has 10 immediate openings No experience needed will bam, no sales Full or part tome hours AM or PM Guaranteed wage, plus bonus paid weekly 620 9039 Michael Per marten! management pot mons available, travel required Help Wsntsd 200 A daily salary of $300 for buying merchandise No exp nee Call 6am 11pm, Mon Sun at 694 7539 Stringers Wanted The New Braunfels Herald Zeitung is looking for people who follow any of the three local high schools in any sport to oover those games Writ mg experience not essen bal (Sample story, refer enoes required) Contact Joe Belk, 6259144 Assemblers Excellent rn come to assemble pro ducts from your home 504 646 1700, Dept P622_ BE ON T V I Many needed tor commercials Now hic tog all ages For casting info Call (615)779 7111 Ext T 392_ Body Man/ Painter Must be able to do quality workll Five Point Automo bye 964 2976_ Comet Cleaners is seeking and experienced, de pendabie, quality minded shirt presser Apply to person, 692 S Walnut Cooks, dishwashers needed Mostly nights Apply at, Pats Place 202 S Union, 2 4PM, M F ;

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