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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 5, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8 — Herald-Zeitung — Tuesday, April 5, 2011 ERALD-ZEITUNG To place an ad call 625-9144 or 1-877-409-9860 • Fax 625-1224 • heraW-2eitung.com Deadlines UNE Advertixing fbraAty-IWwby • Imrrw In I2.0» mmm <Uy Mer» pelile »Ine tnÀty - IM6 a ni. 4a, Mer» puMwatM Hater ila, • R»«rr*r In 124* eem fW*lj> Inaila, • Inmi b> 12.46 me Irida, DISPLAY Advertising Ta»», i lf*nie • i»»»r,» li, .V46 poi. --TW». • 4ppra,ak k, Ir, 146 p.ni •rd. * 8»*»rt» k, $48 p ie Tri. • Apprmak k, Tara. 1246 amai ¥«n. • tpprmak ky Tfcor» * lami k, 146 a 4 »4 1246 homi Man. * Knrrn k, S46 pm 1246 mma Tri. . tal. • 4ppm»ak k, The Herald-Zeitung, publisher of the Herald-Zeitung and the Upstream reserves the right to correctly classify, revise, and edit all copy or reject or cancel any advertisement at any time. Acceptance of any ad is subject to credit approval & supervisory acceptance. The Herald-Zeitung shall not be financially hitole for errors, omissions or the failure to publish any ad for any reason. APPROPRIATE ABBREVIATIONS ONLY. CHECK YOUR AD THE FIRST DAY it runs for errors. Liability of errors shall not exceed the cost of the space containing the error. Rates 101 »gal Notices mo Legal Notices 1210 Dogs, Cats & TWO ON-LINE AUCTIONS NOW IN PROGRESS! Firearms, home decor, household and more to bid visit www.fMftindale auction,com V. Grimm #16230 13% BP. 110 N< NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE OF PROPERTY TO SATISFY A LANDLORD’S LIEN. Safe to be held at Canyon Bend Self Storage at 188 Canyon Bend, Startzville, TX 78133 on April 26th at 11 a.m. Seller reserves the right to withdraw the property at any time before the sale Unit items sold for cash to highest bidder. Property includes the contents of spaces of Richard Jones: miscellaneous household items, electronics, furniture. NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE of property to satisfy landlord's iien. Sale is 9am, April 30th, 2011, at 1674 S. Seguin St, New Braunfels, TX. Property will be sold to highest bidder for cash. Cleanup and removal deposit may be required Seller reserves rights to withdraw property from sale Property includes contents of spaces of the following tenants: LEVIE P. OLD - tools, clothes, furniture, utility cart, ice chests; MONICA ALEMAN -furniture, clothing; PATSY NORMAN - 2 queen size mattresses, box spring, furniture, Bissell vacuum cleaner, Hoover Steam Vac, clothing. Contact John Neely at Lone Star Storage, 830-627-7900, 1674 S. Seguin St, New Braunfels, TX 78130. % Habitat 1 9 for Hwmanjf* 4 Habitat for Humanity Restore 1269 Industrial Drive, New Braunfels, TX 830-625-7005 Tue Sat 8:30AM -1:00 PM fOptn to the public! Shop - Donate - Volunteer New & Used Building Materials, Appliances, Furniture and More New Spring Items: Landscaping Products, Carpet Squares, and Laminate Flooring available Items priced 50% off retail prices 130 ADOPT-A-PET! Guadalupe County Humane Society 2484 Hwy 46 N. Tues.-Sat. 10 a.m.-2 p.m. 830-372-2055 See our dogs & cats at www.gchshufflane.com So many to choose from!! For a small fee that covers spay/neuter & shots you can SAVE THE LIFE of a dog, puppy, cat or kitten at the Humane Society, 1920 Kuehler Ave., 830-629-5287. AKC LABRADORS Yellow & Black, Call Rick 830-237-7459 riyj_rcltvlabradors.com Lost & Found 325 Healthcare FOUND Pomeranian @ Common/Peace St. 830-832-0800 Found (M) Border Collie. Off FM 725. 830-625-8128. Lost Cat: neutered 4 yrs old, gray, buddy, 830-708-8385 ALZCARE Pursue a rewarding career that allows you to make a difference in the lives of the elderly. Join our team. Alzcare, a leading provider of Alzheimer's Assisted Living care is seeking candidates for the position of Residence Manager. Must have FUGITIVES APPREHENDED BERLANGA, ROBERT, JR. BETANCOURT, MARIN REYES Sax; Mala Haight: 6 02" Waight 155 lbs DOB: 06/D4/I979 Charge: Motion to revoke probation for theft of property over $1500 under $20.000 Sax: Male Height. 5 08" Weight: 146 lbs DOB: 05/28/1952 Charge: Driving while intoxicated 3rd or more CHAVEZ, GERARDO Sex: Mala Haight: 5’09" Weight: 160 lbs 00B: 11/15/1966 Charge: Motion to revoke probation for driving while intoxicated 3rd or more V V I w I f \ m. • m HA ' 1» CHITTUM, RAYMOND WADE, II Sex: Male Height: 5'09" Waight: 150 lbs DOB: 07/12/1974 Charge: Theft with two or more convictions for the same offense and theft over $1500 under $20,000 CORONADO, MICHELLE GENEVA GRIFFIN, RACHEL ROSE Sax: Female Haight: 5 04* Waight 200 lbs DOB: 12/04/1970 Charge: Failure to appear for theft of property over $1500 under $20,000 Sex: Female Height: 5‘03~ Weight: 144 lbs DOB: 02/14/1983 Charge: Two c misapplies* Axiwpiiihry property pLpfflA under $20.000 aJKnwo counts of theft over $1500 under $20,000 % HUTCHENS, WILLIAM BRANDON KIMBLE, GEORGE R. Sex: Male Height S‘«7' Weight 165 lbs DOB: 02/08/1975 Charge: Eight Forgery MCGRAW, ROGER LEE Sex: Male Height 5‘08" Weight: 140 lbs DOB: 04/05/1985 Charge: Motion to proceed with adjudication for unauthorized use of i vehicle $ 2QO REWARD For information leading to the arrest of Comal County's Most Wanted. Callers will remain anonymous. CALL 24 Hour Phone number (830)620-3400 Mon-Fri 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (830)620-3411. W * , * 1 ,he PmWk ' Act t .xte 5521X11 «.soi.«imxai«! a m an.I . ! «Mue* Hu* w a true and accurate account a* of Monday. April 04. 201 I at II;30 contact C’rinir Stunner« „ Vu Vi *° 4 *PP ,c,u ""‘t anyone. For nhowymmpt lips, and rewards, pleune . number <#.101620 MIX) Mon Hi X a n, ... 1 p.m. ,*«,¡620 Ml f fhenc are Ufttin»» of w^inî mak a ,rc " K, ' tanvc <* * ul " innocence, t HAcen are te verify the slum* of each warrant prior to making an amwt. Any person i* tnnocenl of wrongdoing unie»* proven guilty in o court ol law Advertising rates are available upon request. Special discounts are offered for multiple run ads. All Line, Garage Sale and Service Directory ads must be pre-paid. (Minimum 4 lines, with bold, ail caps header). Free ade: Lost & Found, Free Giveaways, For Sale Items Priced $50 or less (3 line maximum). No refunds will be given on any line ads. 355 & 406 healthcare experience Management a plus Salary and benefits. Email resume to infoOaHcane-net A/C SERVICE TECH 5 yrs. minimum residential & light commercial exp. Co. truck & benefits. 210-832-9001 TRUCK DRIVER Asphalt Paving Co. of Austin is taking apps for haul TK/Belly Driver. Exp. moving heavy equip, preferred must have: Clean driving record, pass a drug and background check. Apply to 14701 IH35, Buda or Call Jeremy 512-801-8830 ADMIN ASST. wwwJxQrmanagement.com Please send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org NEW BRAUNFELS road construction company looking for truck driver with Class A CDL and mechanical experience. Must be willing to work out of town in spring and summer months. EOE 830-609-2971 SEASONAL HELP Seeking hard-working and dependable housekeepers for seasonal work. Excellent compensation and working conditions. Must be bondable and available to work weekends. 1040 N. Walnut Ave. Suite C2 New Braunfels, TX. 830-624-1441 CHALLENGER SCHOOL seeks exceptional people to train for preschool teaching positions at our Avery Ranch campus. To apply, submit a cover letter, resume, and brief essay on your view of America to MB@ehjiltng®t ççhoçLcom NATURAL BRIDGE WILDLIFE RANCH is hiring outgoing friendly personalities for The Safari Camp Grill and Visitor Center. Immediate positions available. Apply in person exit #175 off IH35. 355 355 JOIN A TEAM THAT MAKES A DIFFERENCE IN THE LIVES OF THE ELDERLY AlzCare has career opportunities for P/T Resident Assistants w/ a BIG Heart and P/T Recreation Staff. Apply in person, 550 Rock St., in NB or online www.alzcare.net Make your career meaningful, join our team. EOE/Drug Screening required. 325 ^ ea ^ carí i"|325 Hea ' thcare IMMEDI I ATE ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS On the Job Training Provided. Plasma Experience a Plus. HS Diploma, Late Evenings & Saturday Work. Fast Paced, Drug Free Plasma Donation Center. Please Apply in Person or Submit Resume to: DCI Biologicals San Marcos 1400IH-35 South email@example.com Previous applicants need not apply No phone calls!!!_ 325 325 EMT - Basic (Must have current license) DCI Bioloaicals The Plasma Center Immediate Openings • Closed Sundays • Excellent Starting Salary • Sign on bonus • Paid Insurance Please Apply in Person or Submit Resume firstname.lastname@example.org 1400 IH-35 South NO PHONE CALLS!! tbarm Now Hiring! , Apply at front desk. No phone calls please! Housekeeper & Supervisor Full time & Part time positions available, Competitive Pay, Eligible for incentive program after 30 days! P/T RETAIL SALES Shop in Gruene looking for dependable person to work 2 to 3 days/ week. M-F, Occasional Weekend^, Daytime Only. No Smoking. Fax resume to 281-395-2512 BMC Building Materials is hiring F/T exp. Load Puller & Class A CDL Drivers, great benefits. Apply in person at 3620 FM 482, EOE WANTED Real Estate Agent to work with Broker. No experience is needed but license is required. Please call office @ 620-7653 to set up an interview. EXP. F/r CARPENTER w/tools, referrals, permanent position hrs will be 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Provider Construction 719LandaSt. T Young Man Wanders Adrift In Sea Of Confused Emotions DEAR ABBY: I'm a21-year-old male who feels lost and unfulfilled, and it's because I don't know what I want or deserve. 1 am one of three adopted children. I was the child who always needed the family support system the most. I come from a not-so-happy family, one with all its priorities centered around money. (Or, more accurately, lack of money.) I never felt the love a child should feel from his family. My problem these days is my alcohol intake. I can't stay away from beer. I drink to forget my family problems and the fact that I can't seem to get anything right. I dropped out of college because I don't have a passion for anything or anyone. I used to have hobbies -- like writing, photography, etc. -but the beer has taken away my motivation and creativity* I feel I'm losing my will to keep trying. I want so badly to keep trying, but my emotions are keeping me down. I just want something new, something I can give my all to, something that won't hurt me in the future. — WHAT CAN I DO? DEAR WHAT CAN I DO?: I'm glad you wrote, because I know of a group that may be able to give you the emotional support you need to get back on track and regain control of your life. It's Emotions Anonymous. Founded in 1971, it has 850 chapters worldwide and 450 in the United States. It is a 12-step program for people experiencing emotional difficulties. In these groups, members help each other by sharing experiences, strengths and hopes in order to improve their emotional health. It also offers books and literature to new and existing groups. The email address is eainfo(at)emotionsanony-mous.org and its website is www.emotionsanony-mous.org. DEAR ABBY: Back in second grade I was friends with "Jessica." A girl named "Kristy" started at my school, NEED FULL TIME Maintenance technician for apartment complex. Please fax resume to (830)606-7316 T BAR M NOW HIRING! Front desk-Part time position, hours vary. Apply at front desk. No phone calls please! NOW HIRING Roofing Field Supervisor Email resume to ro&jgueiQ wbrooflnq.com The New Braunfels 1407 w Herald-Zeitung keeps you in touch Yvith your community |410 §[ Subscribe Today! 625-9144 All real estate published herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it llegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination because of race, color religion, sex, handicap familial status, or national origin, or intention to make any such preference limitation, or discrimination." We will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law All persons are hereby Informed that all dwellings advertised are available on an equal opportunity basis GARAGE BDRM fully furnished, $350 mo. $50 dep. 1/2 elee. 1/2 cable, 830-626-7763 0ELKERS ACRES- 331 Rosalie, Brand new duplex.3-2-1. All kit.appl.included. $1150. Call Dorothy 210-887-7936, Bob Rodgers Realty. DEARABBY DearAbby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips. Write Dear Abby at P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles 90069, or visit her Web site at www.Dear-Abby.com. and I became friends with her, too. She didn't want me to be friendly with Jessica, and before long I began to pick on Jessica with Kristy. It reached the point where Kristy and two other girls wrote some mean things about Jessica on the blacktop. I didn't write anything, but I got in trouble, too. I knew I'd made a mistake and hurt her, and I felt bad about it. A year or so later I apologized for what I had done. Jessica said it was OK, but I continued feeling guilty over the years for having teased her and not resisting peer pressure. When I was in high school, I sent her a message online and apologized again. Although she said again it was OK, I feel she still holds some resentment, and I don’t blame her. We're both adults now, and I see her when I shop at the store up the road from my house. Each time I'm in the checkout line she's working in, I get a cold attitude. I have told her I was wrong and have tried to make it up to her. Do I leave it alone or keep trying to reach out to her? - HEAVY HEART IN MAINE DEAR HEAVY HEART: Find some other way to expiate your guilt. Jessica has told you twice that you're forgiven. Leave her alone because for you to keep bringing up what had to have been a painful (although closed) chapter in her life at this point is creepy. If you can't do that, then please, shop someplace else or stand in a different checkout line.
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