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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 am  WÊÊmm  Saturday, July 2, 2011 | herald-2Eitung.com  i, VK \(;k s VI ks \ \H\i S\j KS  2211 GARDEN SUN PLAGE  Fri. 8-5 & Sat. 8 ?.  Multi Family Sale, Furn , kids clothes Priced to Sell  MOVING SALE~  930 River Rock Sat 7/2 a-5  COUNTY ÜÑE GARAGE SALE  July 9th, to participate, E-mail viv)ànfurlóvv@ gmail.CQiti  multífamily'  S<3t & Sun 8 a m 768 Barwood  (; \K \<;f: s ai.ks & VARI) SAI KS  COME visit NB's  FIRST FLEA MARKET! A CONSIGNMENT FURNITURE DEPOT, 857 HWY 46 S. 3 BLOCKS EAST OF 35 ON HWY 46 SAT 7/2, 9 4 SHOP, SWAP, VISIT OR SELL 830 626 6656  (;\ha(;ksakks & VAKI» sAii:s 2 La Mesa Drive  Saturday 2 families stuff, childrens, teen girls, wonnens and mens clothes St shoes, small appliances, small furniture, books, frames, accessories, camera  MOVING SALE  Fri & Sat 7 30am -’ 821 Schumacher Truck, Furn , Ya-hama home theater system, battery charger, tiller, clothes, housewares  MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE  Sat 7 30 am’ 939 Queen Dr Toys, clothes, furn , and misc items  HIGHWAY 281 NORTH, SPRING BRANCH, COUNTY OF COMAL,  TEXAS. OWNERS OF SAID CORPORATION ARE JOHN ANDERSON  KKSTAIRANTS & Cii BS  OMA'S HAUS NOW HIRING  Hostess,  Dishwashers,  & Cooks  Apply in person @ 541 Hwy. 46 S New Braunfels, TX  MOVING SALE  Sat 8 a m 4 p m 824 Winding Oak Dr (Oak Grove Subd ) Off 306, Furn and household items  GARAGE SALE  Sat 9-12, 661 Dallas No early birds please Clothes s/2 6,shoes, jewelry, odds & ends  GARAGE SALE  Sat July 2nd 8a-12p 339 Meadow Park Collectibles, Glass ware, ciothes & many Other items  MOVING SALE!  214 E Tanglewood Saturday only 7a-2p Appli , furn , knick knacks, too much to list'  GARGAGE SALE  Fn & Sat 9-2 1925 Lance Circle  Lots of good books  MOVING SALE  530 Northgate Cir  Fri&Sat 7-’  Alt appi’ , kids & home fyrn , kitchen ware Must Go'  BACK YARD SALE  1296 S Mesquite St Sat July 2nd, 8a-3p  1401 Bretzke Ln  offFM 306, Fn & Sat Kids Clothes,  0 14, Avon, Furn Little Tikes Toys, Aloe Vera Plants, Utility Box Trailer, 16"x16" Ceramic Floor Title & More*  DOWisi SIZING  Fn & Sat 8a-1p 1651 Isaac Creek Cir  ItKSIDKMlAI, KO|{ SAI K  GARAGE SALE  Thurs Fn. Sat 8 12 Too much to list 538 Roadrunner  ~ 4TH OF JULY SALE  @ THRIFT STORE Everything 50-70% off!  Fn 8t Sat 10am 6p,m COMMUNITY  resale  10^46W San Antonio St (next to Little Caesar's pi//a^  MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE  Sat 8a 12p 227 Ranch Estate Blvd (Off Klein Rd) Baby girl and kid clothing, toys, outdoor toys. DVD's new laminate floor ing, entertainment center, wall units, household items  Sat. 7a.m.-2p.m  1609 Old Marion Rd Moving Sale'  GARAGE SALE  Furn , clothes, and more' 2246 Lakeline Dr in Avery Park Sat 8a-11a,  No early birds please'  Pecan Crossing Garage Sale  (County Line & FM 725) Sat July 2nd 7 am-’  LKCIM,  xmcKs  NOTICE TO CREDITORS  Notice IS hereby given that original Letters of Administration for the Estate of Karen Elizabeth Clark Deceased were issued oi' December 15. 200H in Cause No 2008PC0278 pending in the County Court at Law of Comal County Texas to Gary Clark All persons having claims aqarnst this Estate which is currently being adminlstored are required to present them to the undersigned within the time and in the manner prescribed by law c/o Joel S Pace Lavatino Pace LL P Attorney at Law 1101 S Capital ot Texai Hwy Building K. Suite 125 Austin, TX 78746 DATED the 30th day of June, 2011 Respectfully submitted. LevatinO'Pace LLP By. /Si Joel S, Pace State Bar No 00791389 Attorney for Gary Clark  Lost (F) Beagle/Jack Russell mix, near NBHS. 237 1138  Found Kitten at Loop 337/Ruckle Rd 608 9399  LOST, 6/19 Comal River wedding ring 305-515 8231  Found-(M) tricolor Rat Terrier, River Rd & 337 830 237 1802  FOUND Mens ring in comal river leave mess 210-651 6008  Lost Hearing Aid in the 309 area. Call 8.30 626 3870  So many to choose from" For a small foe that covers spay/neuter & shots you tan SAVE THE LIFE of a dog, puppy, cat or kitten at the Humane Society, 1920 Kuehler Ave , 830-629-5287  KKMhKVIIAl, KOKSAI.K  For Sale in New Braunfels ISD ' Home w/ 4 Bay Garage under 200K  Great Home lor the Guidoor Family Bring you' camper, 4x4. kayak jet skis and motorcycles Middle bay is 2 cars deep & can hold all your recreation gear or use 4th bay tor shop This home has a perfect open floor plan for family gatherings with 2 living & 2 eating areas Large island kitchen, 3 bdmis, 2 yj baths, plus loft Approx, 2345 sf/bldr Near FM 725 and County Line Road Quick access to lH-35 & Lake Dunlap Call agent for details  Carol A. Sewell, Realtor/Broker 210-844 2155  H 1.1/HMK Ä IVVHI ri\IK  n LI. I I\n Ä v\[{ \ TIMK  LEGAL NOTICE  APPLICATION  HAS BEEN  MADE WITH  THE TEXAS  ALCOHOLIC  BEVERAGE  COMMISSION  FOR A BEER  RETAIL  DEALER'S  ON-PREMISE  LICENSE BY  JOHN  ANDERSON AT  TRADE  LOCATION  GUADALUPE  CANOE AND  CAMPING DBA  TEXAS  RIVERBED, TO BE LOCATED AT 8545 U.S.  n I j:tt\íkx i*AiM rivii:  ADOPT A PET! Gu.idalupe County Humane Society 2484 Hwy 46 N. Tues -Sat 10 a m -2 p rn. 830-372-2055 See our dogs & cats at  WWW gchshumane.com  Chi-Wienie Pup  4mos good w/kids S40 830-837-5043  IIHAI/niCARK f7t DENTAL HYGIENIST  Please bring resume to 831 Landa, Ste D, New Braunfels, TX  The liest Jaits Are ('luHsifìeti 62S-9144  H I .L n Vl K Ä iv\i{i nm  Hiring Manager  Established Seguin resturant. Kitchen and floor manager Exp required 830 200-0237  SKIII S & TKAIKKS  Heavy Equipment Mechanic  Weisman Equipment Company/Hunter Industries, Ltd is accepting applications for a Heavy Equipment Shop Mechanic, experienced in ALL phases of heavy equipment repair Benefits: Competitive Pay, vacation, insurance, safety bonus, and 401 (k) retirement Equal Opportunity Employer, Drug Testing required Apply at 4501 Hunter Road,  San Marcos, Texas  Classified  Works!  ~EX^ MECHANIC  needed for diesel trucks Work in house for a local portable toilet co benefits inc. paid holidays. Vacation & insurance. Please Call 830-609-5576  DKIVKRS  EXPERIENCED  DRIVER  for busy portable toilet Co No CDL required Must have a clean driving record, reliable transportation, & pass drug test Benefits include paid holidays, vacatton, and insurance Please call 830-625-4150  CLASS A CDL  driver pulling flatbed in Texas mostly, but out thru week Mechanic-with heavy equip, exp (Loader, bobcat a plus) Equip. Op. Forman/ Sup type- w/ basic knowledge of mechanics, welding and willing to travel 512-847-3400 4001 Ledgerock, Wimberley  ~FTirTi\iF. & PAKI 1IMK  EXP. DRIVERS NEEDED  5yrs exp,, End/Belly Dump exp preferred, local runs Must pass MVR/ Background check/ Drug test Apply in person at 1993 Wald Rd, N B  H I J riAIK & PARTHMK AUTOMOTIVE TECHNICIAN  FULL-TIME EXPERIENCED TECHNICIAN WILL BE REWARDED WITH GREAT PAY AND A POSITIVE WORK ENVIRONMENT M F WORK WEEK AND COMPLETE BENEFITS PACKAGE APPLY IN PERSON AT GREG'S AUTOMTOIVE, 679 S SEGUIN AVE, NEW BRAUNFELS,  Community Action Inc.  Bilingual Infant Toddler Teacher II position available at Community Action II Inc Applications required and available at ww w_. £0 m mu ni Jy action cpm and 101 Uhland Rd , Ste 107 in San Marcos EOE Drug Free Work Environment.  RECEPTIONIST  needed in fast paced Ophthalmology office Mon -Thurs 7 45 5:00, Fn. 8-12. Benefits MUST HAVE MEDICAL OFFICE EXPERIENCE Send resume to: Attn: Office Manager,  P O, Box 312473, New Braunfels, TX 78131  OFFICE  ADMINISTRATOR  Smiles, excellent computer skills, filing, telephone, dispatch, spreadsheets, manage office. Some experience required. Fax resume 625-8520. Call Wright Dist. Co., 625-9162, or WWW wrightdistxom for application.  contractor opportunity  The San Antonio Express-News Is looking for an independent contractor to distribute the newspaper to local homes, in the Bulverde, Highway 46/ Highway 281 area.  Home delivery only, grosses $700 every two weeks. No collections.  Independent contractor  REQUIREMENTS:  •    Economical car  •    Valid driver’s license  •    Vehicle insurance  •    Applicants must be 18 years or older  Qualified applicants are encouraged to call Victor Drozell at (210) 885-6,839,  Antonio fepress-Kcuis  Immediate Openings  The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Is expanding!  W«* arc lookiny tor highly organized, driven jr->d deditatpd iiKtividu.ils to join our sales team.  Orapliic Designer  1 ookiiK) for trained graphic artists who can hurld effective, eye catctiirig pnnt advertisem«?nts for businesses ttiat market their business or services ttirough the Herald A>itun<j Also, this position rYiight iiìCludé evening hours .ir>d occasional wt*ekend hours.  Inside Sales Position  I xperli'nce re<)uitements include handling in and cHitliound calls, customer service, orgijnization and basic coiriputer ktiov\/ledge Prior sales experience is preferred.  Outside Sales Position  M.ike inonc»y by helping busitiesses make money through advertising. You will be t»(|uippt»d with a cutting edcje mobile sales system using iPads Sales experience is preferted If y0u hayt» strong sales skills and are driven to siicet'fd, wt* would like to talk with you!  New Braunfels  Herald^ii^eitung  EOf. Drug fiee workplace  Please email resunne to «Jamie Gregg. .Advertising Director. ' at jgregg@lieral<i-zeitmig.com .  FFTXTpfE&  POSITION  AVAILABLE  at ear dealer ship in New braunfels, for Title Clerk, must have exp., Background check, Drug Test, Benefits. Send resume to Ramco Motors P.O. Box 310366 N B, Tx 78131-0366  ACCOUNTING  MANAGER  N.B Based Trucking Co, seeks individual vvith AR/AP invoicing background, Trucking exp. a plus, salary & benefits Manager experience a big plus. Email resumes to emersonQgvtc.com  Tim NEED^  for local Aerobic Wastewater Service Co. Good driving record & drug screening required. Will tram, Apply at:  1153 FM 2673, Canyon Lake 830-627-1785  njFE~GUARD~~“ NEEDED NOW!  $20/hr, part-time. Start Sun. 7/3 Must have Red Cross or Ellis Deep Water Certification Slumber Falls Camp 830-625-2212  D&D has F/T  job opportunities: Experience Trailer Part Sales Outside Loader Apply in person at 516 IH 10 East, Seguin  MOTEL 6“  Now Hiring for Exp. Front Desk, F/T, No phone calls. Apply in Person 1275 N. IH-35,  DAY SPA ~  Hiring F/T & P/T, Manicurist & LMTs, 830-625-7549  DEARABBY  ASPHALT PLANT Needs Loader Operator NB, TX (830)643.0570  POSITION  AVAILABLE  at car dealer ship in New braunfels, in Collections, must have exp, Collections, Background check. Drug Test, Benefits Send resume to Ramco Motors P.O. Box 310366 N.B,Tx 78131-0366  Kl LL I l\IE & PART TIMK  All real estate published herein is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act, which makes it illegal 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.  2BDRM AVAIL.  W/D, wifi, $600 -I-utilities, for mam floor, private bdrm & bath or $800 -t-utilities for Lg. 2nd floor suite & bath. 830-643-1117  APARIMLMS/  DrPLKXLS  1BDRM +  CABIN  $500 + elect. S200 SD 830-606-5028  1B0RM$395  2bdrm$495 No pets. 830-620-6503  Mobile Homes for rent  CANYON  LAKE:  Emerald Valley, 2, 3 &. 4 bdrms. $675-$950,  All appliance expect W/D, & Credit Check. 830-660-5399  CANYON  LAKE  3/2 Singlewide 2/1 Singlewide  All appli., central air/heat, all electric. Reduced rents 830 899-2615.  Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Buren, also known as Jeanne Ptilllips, and was founded by her  mother, Pauline Phillips Write Dear Abby at P Q Box 6944G, Los Angeles 90069, or visit WWW Dear-Abby com  Non-Drinker Doesn’t Want A Party-Pooper Reputation  DEAR ABBY; I'm a 22-year-()l(l senior in college. Much of college social life revolves around alcohol. I have no problem drinking rt*s|)onsibly, but I take me*dic ation that prohibits m(> from imbibing alcohol.  Strangers and friends often ask, "Why aren't you drinking'”' They either assume it's for religious reasons or I'm uptight. Saying I'm on meds set>ms tike a bit of a buzz-kill.  This is [Particularly troublesfvme when I'm invited "out for drinks" át a bar. I never know what to ortler or say. I hate feeling like I'm obligat('(i to drink, but I don't want to pass on events because of the avvkwarrl (]ues-tions.  What's a qui( k reply I c an give to those who ask why I don't rlrink'’ And how can I go out for drinks without actually drinking^ - STII.I SOdABLF AT STANFORD  DEAR STILL SOCIABI.F: Order a "virgin" whatever you're being offered. There are many reasons why |)(‘ople don't drink. Among them: They don't like the taste, they don't like the buzz, the empty calories, they're allergic, they don't want to risk a traffic violation with alcohol in their system, or they never startt'd drinking in the first place. To imbibe or not is a personal c hoice. It's OK to be different. And if you're challenged, it's perfectly fine to just say, "No thanks!"  DEAR ABBY: We live in a very nice neighborhood frecjuented by walkers and runners. For the sívond tim(> in just a lew months, sc'veral women who regularly walk past our home have approached me at neighborhood events to ask about items I can only think were found in our recycling bin. S[K‘cifically, how did I like a partic ular brand of pasta sauce, or would I recommend that bottle of chardonnay?  Abby, our recycling bins have lids and our bin is never left open, which means these women must be f)(*eking inside to check out our coating and drinking habits. I am now so self-con-scious about our recycling I have begun burying bottles and cans under the newspaper and watc hing the bin to catch them in the act. My husband suggested leaving a nasty note on toj) of our recyclables. Any suggestions? -- FOR OUR EYES ONLY IN MU WAU-KEE  DEAR EYES ONLY: Once garbage is [)ut out for collection it is no longer [)rivate property. A certain celebrity was embarrassed to learn this firsthand when some paparazzi rooted through her garbage and discovered to their gltH^* some empty containers of meds to treat a private health matter.  It's |:x)ssible the walkers are just trying to be friendly and strike uf) a conversation. But if your suspicions are correct, there are several ways to handle the situation. The first would be to delay putting out your recyclables until just before they are to be collected. Another would be to visit a novelty shop and pick up some fake hands or feet - or a large rubber rat - and place . them strategically in one of your bins. Or, affix "sweet" Post-It notes to your jars and bottles reading, "This was great!" or* "Don't waste your mon-ey ..."  If that d(x?sn't discourage them from inventorying your trash, then there's always the dircct approach. Kes[)ond with, "Why do you ask?" And when they tell you, let them know how you feel about their answer.   

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