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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 29, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, April 29, 2011 — Herald-Zeitung — Page 9 DRAFT CONTINUED FROM Page 8 stoppage since 1987 temporarily ends today. The 32 teams will resume business in compliance with U.S. District ludge Susan Richard Nelson’s order to lift the lockout. With the third pick, Buffalo selected Alabama nose tackle Marcell Dareus, who gave Goodell an even bigger hug. Of course, Dareus weighs 308 pounds, about 70 more than Miller—and at least 100 more than Goodell. Cincinnati, perhaps calling the bluff of quarterback Carson Palmer, who is demanding a trade, instead took the top receiver in this crop, A.J. Green of Georgia. Arizona, also in need of a quarterback, selected the top cornerback available, Patrick Peterson of LSU. Six picks in, Atlanta cut a massive deal with Cleveland and moved up from No. 27 to grab Alabama receiver Julio Jones — the fifth Southeastern Conference player in the first six. "We knew it was going to be an aggressive move and cost us,” Falcons GM Thomas Dim-itroff said. “As an organization we felt very strongly about the move for a player who truly adds the explosive, urgent athleticism we’re looking for...” NFL DRAFT FIRST-ROUND PICKS 1. Carolina, Cam Newton, QB, Auburn 2. Denver, Von Miller, LB, Texas A&M 3. Buffalo, MarceH Dareus, DE, Alabama 4. Cincinnati, A.J Green, WR, Georgia 5. Arizona, Patrick Peterson, CB, LSU 6. Atlanta (from Cleveland), Julio Jones, WR, Alabama 7. San Francisco, Aldon Smith, DE, Missouri 8. Tennessee, Jake Locker, QB, Washington 9. Dallas, Tyron Smith, T, Southern Cal 10. Jacksonville (from Washington), Blaine Gabbert, QB, Missouri 11. Houston, J,J, Watt, DE, Wisconsin 12. Minnesota, Christian Ponder, QB, Florida State 13. Detroit, Nick Fairley, DT, Auburn 14. St. Louis, Robert Quinn, 0E, North Carolina 15. Miami, Mike Pouncey, C, Florida 16. Washington (from Jacksonville), Ryan Kerrigan, DE, Purdue 17. New England (from Oakland), Nate Solder, T, Colorado 18. San Diego, Corey Liuget, DT, Illinois 19. N Y. Giants, Prince Amukamara, CB, Nebraska 20. Tampa Bay, Adrian Claybom, DE, Iowa 21. Cleveland (from Kansas City), Phil Taylor, DT, Baylor 22. Indianapolis, Anthony Castonzo, T, Boston College 23. Philadelphia, Danny Watkins, G, Baylor 24. New Orleans, Cameron Jordan, DE, California 25. Seattle, James Carpenter, 0G, « Alabama 26. Kansas City (from Atlanta, through Cleveland), Jon Baldwin, WR, Pittsburgh 27. Baltimore-x, Jimmy Smith, CB, Colorado 28. New Orleans (from New England), Mark Ingram, RB, Alabama 29. Chicago, Gabe Carimi, T, Wisconsin 30. N Y. Jets, Muhammad Wilkerson, DT, Temple 31. Pittsburgh, Cameron Heyward, DE, Ohio State 32. Green Bay, Derek Sherrod, OF, Mississippi State x-pass on selection No. 26 I»“’'“''-“’""' *...... The Browns received the Falcons’ first-rounder, second -and fourth-rounders, plus their first pick and fourth-rounder in 2012. San Francisco chose defensive end Aldon Smith of Missouri to bolster a weak pass rush, then the second quarterback was selected: Washington’s Jake Locker to Tennessee. That began a small run on passers. After Dallas went for offensive tackle Tyron Smith of Southern California with the ninth pick, Jacksonville saw a chance to get its future quarterback. TTie Jaguars moved up for Missouri’s Blaine Gabbert, dealing their first-round pick and a second-rounder to Washington. “You really don’t have any idea where you will go, especially with the lockout,” Gabbert said. “But the trades are happening now.” Houston bolstered its weak defense with Wisconsin end J.J. Watt at No. 11 before another QB was chosen: Florida State’s Christian Ponder, who impressed Minnesota. SOFTBALL CONTINUED FROM Page 8 in a three-game series at Ron Durbon Athletic Center in San Antonio. The Cougarettes finish up the series on Saturday. Uvalde girls finished third in District 28-4A behind Medina Valley and San Antonio HarlandaJe. The Lobos are a relatively young team, with only two seniors in their starting lineup and four seniors on the varsity softball squad. Very little has to be said about the job Lisa and Wayne Daigle have done at Smithson Valley. What looked like an end to their streak of 12 consecutive district titles was nothing more than window dressing, as the Lady Rangers went undefeated after dropping down to 27-4A and bumping Canyon off its perch atop the district for No. 13. Smithson Valley travels to play Boerne Champion (16-14) on its home field in a one-game Class 4A bi-district playoff at 6 p.m. today. “We never doubted our ability at any point this season,” Smithson Valley infielder Katie Repole said after the Lady Rangers’ recent win over Alamo Heights. “We obviously have to work on the little things going into the playoffs. You want to be playing your best ball that time of the year.” The 2009 Class 5A state champion Lady Rangers are looking to get back to the state finals after being ousted in the third round last season. Canyon Lake is making its first trip to the postseason under first-year coach John Gallagher, who guided the upstart Lady Hawks to a second-place finish in District 26-3A. Canyon Lake (15-10) hosts Lampasas at 7 p.m. today in the first of a three-game series. Missy Romero leads the team in batting (.362), RBIs (16) and posted a 15-7 record on the mound with a 1.23 ERA, while opposing teams batted just .191 against the junior hurler. ANYOIM LAKE presented By Canyon Lake Area Chamber Children's Area for kids Of all ages! $io Admission Includes CooK-Off and DANCE! Kids 12 * Under ?REE Lazy [>L Campground "River "Road, Canyon Lake April 30,2011 * 10 am~7pm Dance with Music by w South Tpm-upm Award Winning Bar-B-Q. World Famous Cookers Silent v Live Auction Thank you to our wonderful Sponsors! $500 Gold: ‘ First State BanK * CLWSC * GBRA * GVTC * $250 Silver. * Humana MarKetpointe »'RBFCCJ * Security State BanK v Trust» $100 Bronze; * Canyon Bend Storage * Maricopa Riverside Lodge * HourKe insurance * Stewart Title * In-Kind sponsors-. * TRl-City Distributors * ACE Hardware * Bunk Haus * Cooper’s BBQ * ED F Tina Carle»Costco * CKRC * Fun to See T-shirts * Fox’s Pizza * IESI * Ms BBQ. •! * Stone Crafters ‘ Super S * Texas Peal pit BBQ I" .Ja . . ■ s . .5 JWJVJWWWMA HERALD-ZEITUNGClaSSlfiedS To place an ad call 625-9144 or 1-877-409-9860 • Fax 625-1224 • herald-xeitung.com 100 & 100 & 100 & 100 & 100 MOVING SALE Sat. 8:30-12:30. 540 Mission Valley Rd. Antique & old furniture Riding mower, hand tools, and toys. GARAGE SALE! 1379 River Acres Dr Sat. 9 a-5 p, Antiques, furniture, collectibles. MOVING SALE Sat. 4/30. 8-1. 351 Stone Point. Living room & bedroom furniture & kitchen accessories. STREET WIDE GARAGE SALES Shayla Lane in Canyon Lake, behind Super S in Startzville. Items include sports equipment, tools, household items, clothes. Fri. April 29-Sat. April 30 8-4. ESTATE SALE Lenox puppies and other collectibles, stained glass angels, much more. Saturday, April 30, 9-4, 1540 Moerike, Canyon Lake, Clear Water Estates subdivision off FM 306. MOVING SALE! Everything must go! lots of everything Sat. only! 8 a.m.-?, 513 Beverly Lane TODAY RIVERCHASE SUB. Annual Garage Sale Sat., 8 a.m., 50 families. Both sides of FM 306. Appliances, furniture, tools, everything children & infant, Flea Market and Map at 436 RiverChase Way HUGE YARD SALE! 153 Newport & Hwy 306, across from Hankcock Oak Hills Canyon Lake, Sat. April 30th 9 a.m.-6 p.m. YARD SALE Sat. 4/30, 8 a.rr.-? 131 Meadow Crest off 725 South, Furn., m/w/c clothes, jewelry, tools, makeup & purses FAMILY HEIRLOOMS To much too list! 107 Reiley Rd, Seguin Sat. 7 a.m. 102 Estate Sales THE AUGUSTA at GRUENE •EXCLUSIVE ONE TIME SPRING GARAGE SALE* Including antiques, furniture, exercise equip, horse tack and much more! 2293 E. Common St. DETACHED GARAGES BY LEASING OFFICE ONLY Sat. 4/30 8a.m.-4p.m. RUMMAGE SALE at Lifetime Living dayhab. tools, electronics, clothes and some antiques. Friday April 29th. 4455 FM 482 N.B. off Solms RD. CANYON LAKE GARAGE SALE Two Family Sale Sat., April 30th 8-2 Orange Storage Units on FM 2673 2 miles west of Sattler ISTA-IETYPE YARPSALE Three Generation Accumulation! 658 38L SaaAnloflla. 102 Estate Sales LIVING ESTATE SALE Sat. April 30th, Sun. May 1st 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m. Numbers Sat. 30th @ 8:00 a.m. 214 Millford (Townewood Village East Subd.) Seguin, Tx (Antiques: Marked “JJ" Jahn Walnut Marble Top Dresser, -2 pc Parlor set, 3 Gate leg drop-leaf tables, 2 Lamp Tables, China Cabinet Dining Rm. table w/6 chairs & Buffet, Victorian Sofa, Wicker Trunk, Rocker, 9 Oak Chairs, 1930‘s Dresser & Chest, 1940’s 4 pc Bedroom set., (2) 9 x 12 Oriental Rugs, Oak Jewelry Cabinet) Sofa, Futon Sofa, (2) L.R. Chairs Living Rm tables, Refrigerator, Double Porch Rocker, Patio furn., Over’75 framed Qils & Prints & Pastels & Watercolors, dept. 56 Snow Village cobalt, brass, silver, glassware, china, costume jewelry, linens, bedding books, stemware, kitchen items, household items, storage shed, tools, misc., large house w/ lots of items to sell Sale by Pat & Henry Hill info. 830-660-3068 or 830-379-8221 28003 INDIAN PASS Sat. 7 a.m.- 3 p.m. Lots of baby/kids items MOVING SALE! Lots of items 2060 Warwick Place, N.B. 830-608-1058 Fri. Sat. & Sun. 9 a.m.- 5 p.m. IN SPRING BRANCH Furn., yard tools, baby, toodler, & women’s designer clothes, and toys 448 Hidden Springs Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m.-4 p.m. MULTI-FAMILY YARD SALE Friday & Saturday, April 29 & 30 from 8 a.m.-3 p.m. 1735 Gardenia Drive some baby items, some tools, computer & household items MULTI FAMILY SALE April 30, 9-4 in C.L. Clearwater Estates off 306, collectibles & more 1211 Flaman Rd. YARD SALE 177 Global Dr. Fri. & Sat. 8 a.m.-2p.m. 355 4 FAMILY SALE Sat. 4/30. 8AM-2PM 1381 Copper R (Wendover Farms) Lots of GREAT Stuff! 533 BOOKER Sat. 8 a.m.- ?, Clothes, 4wheeler, A/C units. GPS sys., & misc. GARAGE SALE 2214 Whispering Way Sat. 7-2. TV, Couch, kid clothes, toys, more! SAT. 8a.m.- 11a.m. 481 Timber Hollow Antique desk, twin bed & other misc. items 130 INDIAN GRASS Comal Farms Fri. & Sat. 8-2 1513 OLD MARION RD SAT. 8 A.M.-1 P.M. Boys 8-12, jackets, jeans, chirts, toys, ladies clothes, twin/queen comforters; household, and more. MOVING SALE! 259 Goliad Dr in Dove Crossing Sub., Sat. 8:30 a.m. -?, Lots of great items 355 4th ANNUAL GARAGE SALE Sat. 8 a.m. North Ranch Estates 2312 Megan St. 830-627-1550 Women’s designer clothing w/tags & gently worn. Designer handbags & shoes, antique & costume jewelry, coffee table, antique glassware, mexican pottery, wall mirrors, & lots of knick knacks! Fax 625-1224 SAT. 142 Leisure Village Dr Baby items, furn., clothes LANDA ESTATES 161 W. Edgewater Fri. & Sat. 8-12 SATURDAY 8-? 1953 Palace Dr. Misc. items. GARAGE SALE 871 Simon St Sat. 30th, 8 a.m.-4 p.m. bicycles, TV, clothes, dresser, mattresses. 355 Lutheran Social Services Located on a beautiful 20 acre campus along the Guadalupe River in Canyon Lake, New Life a faith based organization offers an intensive 24 hour therapeutic program within a secure setting for girls ages 11 to 17. New Life has the following positions available: Direct Care staff RC1#9219- starts at $10.00 per hour/ $12.00 weekends Full time and summer Jielp - Experience preferred. Apply online at: Jobs.lsss.org or lsss.org “under career tab!! Benefits available for full-time Candidates must be at least 21 years of age. Proof of High school diploma or GED required. New Life Children's Treatment Center 650 Scarborough Canyon Lake, Texas 78133 Garage S; & Yard Sé 2236 ST0NELEIGH (Avery Park off 46) Sat. 8 a.m. to 3 p.m Lots of furn., winter clothes & misc. Something for everybody! THREE FAMILY SALE Saturday, April 30th 8:00 a.m.- 3:00 p.m. 1224 River Acres rugs, twin bed, chair, birdcage, desk, First communion white dress & suit size 7, clothes & lots more. ONE HUGE SALE furn., estate sale items, holiday decorations, baby & adutt clothes, tuber ware, TV, RV supplies, books & more and all proceeds sends a kid on a mission trip. 1751 Broadmoor Sat. 8 a.m. SATURDAY ONLY!! Garage Sale, 8-2 3636 San Patricio (Morningside Development) Housewares, clothes, holiday decorations, etc... TMTL 101 355 SAT. 4/30, 10A.M. Antique furn., Tools, Organ, Riding lawn-mower, Edger, Glass ware, Ice Makers & more. 1517 Whispering Hills Dr, Canyon Lake (Startzville) TX 78133 Dir. From intersection of FM 2673 and FM 3159 in Startzville go west on FM 2673 to Scenic Hills. Turn left onto Scenic Hills and go to Whispering Hills Dr. Follow Signs. See: www.Sutherland Auction.com Harry Sutherland, BAS Auctioneer TX #16241 920-397-0592 Harry ^ Sutherland Auciton.com ■lace an afl | using your I Visa, Discover, I AMEX or I | Mastercard, I Call 625-9144 355 PUBLIC AUCTION AST0RER00M MINI-STORAGE Notice is hereby given that on SATURDAY, April 30th, 2011 at 11:00 a.m. the entire contents of storage units rented by Charles Davis #135, Ruth Knox-Alvarado #129, Veronica Perez #12, Maria Rojas #336, Rosemary Vega #345, Michael Wahrmund #68 and Velia Yanez #174 will be sold at live auction to the highest bidder at 2975 FM 725, New Braunfels, TX 78130. For information call 830-625-7872. This sale is being held to satisfy a Landlord’s Lien in accordance with Texas Property Code, Chapter 59. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF LEONARD E. BUMP as Independent Executor of the Estate of ELORA J. BUMP, 355 & Trinity Charter School in Canyon Lake has openings for the following positions: Paraprofessional/lnstructional Aide who has worked in a school or residential treatment setting to work with at risk youth. Must meet qualification for NCLB Highly Qualified Paraprofessional. Have completed two years of study at an institution of higher education. Completion of 48 semester hours of college coursework; or have obtained an associate’s (or higher) degree. Drug Free Environment, candidates must be at least 21 years of age, fingerprinting/background check required. Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m-3:30 p.m. $10.00/Hour Substitute pprgprQfQs^ional/lnstrygtiQnaLAMeiAg Needed) - seeking four Substitute Paraprofessional/lnstructional Aide. Must have High School Diploma. Previous experience and NCLB Highly Qualified Paraprofessional preferred. Drug Free Environment, background check required. The positions are PRN (As Needed) $10.00/Hour. EEO M/F/D/V Please apply online at
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