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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 22, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas 101 Thursday, September 22, 2011| herald-zeitung.com CLASSIFIEDS Need to place an ad? Call 830.62S.9144 or 877.409.9880 Click www.lierald-zittung.coin | I Fax 830.625.1224 Stop by 707 Landi St (. \|{ \(.l ''A! I> iK GARAGE SALE Sat 8a m.-1p,m 3318 Blue Bird Rdg ( ollectibles, books, antiques, & misc EVERYTHING MUST GO SALE! Sat , 7a m 4 p rn Furniture, bed, esser TV's, toys, lamps, clothinq, ' ’ttertainment ctr , student study dpsk anii iTiore* 3037 Pine Valley, NB CAUSE NO. 2011PCB0295 F.SMTF OF vVlLLiAM WAYNE WALLACE, DFCFASED IN THÍ county COURT AT LAW SITTIN(i IN MA' I ERS PROBA! f.. rOMAl ('OUrji r irXAS NOTICE TO CRLDITORS Notai' S tiert'i'v , j'VPn 't .'s: ori(,j ' :'‘îte's ' "St.i't • î'v to' " .• Fst.it'-vViLLiAt/ WAvrjF WAi i ACE, Dec    wf' < • 'Sued > Septt’f’ i;et '4 /Oil ' C.i>,-,- No 201 1PCB029'' pei 'I'l ij in Í.OUI Cou't .1* Law ' Co!T\i ( ourity, ^exas, . MARY JO WAilACE The i','S.denc.€' ■ Ma-y .^avalla- r ID Coi''.i; Co'j'itv. Texas 78130 -nailiru,) Hfjdress l.l,«. \ l. NOITCKS Mary Jo Wallace c/o David C. Lamon Attorney At Law 401 Main Pla/a Suite 200 New Braunfels, Texas 78130. All persons having claims against this Estate, which is currently being aciministered are required to present them to the Iridependent Executor's attorney within the time and m the manner prescribed by law DATED the 14th day of September, 2011 Respectfully submitted, REAGAN BURRUS A Professional 1 iniited l.ialiihty Comfjany 4''1 Mair’i Pia/a, Suite 200 ? jew Braunfels, Texas 78130 T(‘iephorit‘ No ,H iO)62^. 8026 By DAVID C lAMON State B.i' fllBSP^OO Aitorney t 'lr the indepcMicnt Exeru’d- I.OSrA KOIM) FOUND Trac phone in Comal river 830 832-7393 IIKAI TIM; \UK SKII.LSÄ T[{ \DIvS D( m;s. C VT> MISC PKTS There is something special for everyone Looking for a loving, loyal companion? For a small fee that covers shots. Spay/neuter and mi crochippmg you can adopt a furry little friend and playmate into a forever home. Please contact us New Braunfels Humane Society 830 629-5287 WWW hsnba.com ADOPT A PFTi Guadalupe County Humane Society 2484 Hwy 46 N Tues Sat 10 a m -2 p.m. 830 372-2055 See our dogs & ats at www.gchshumane.com FREE KITTENS To good home 3 Females / 2 Males 830 629-4900 COMAL COUNTY Sheriff's oMirr on 9 1 ’/ 2011 -n-.pound tvvi'Calves Located ■ It 9300 tiiock t M no? New Braunff.>:s, TX, (-( SO,    call 83(' 620 3413 Ext 20 Ì8 ask ic.' Deputy Marti! if36^- to claim yí-u¡ cattle Check WWW CO coniai tx us/ SluTiff's OHke web Site for pi( tures FOUND TERRIER (.1 Ferry Boat Lane 830-625 3029 III.\1,UK. Mil P/T-F/T LVN for busy Pediatric office, some evenings 8r Saturdays, e>p. required, computer experience preferred Call 830-625-9153 or fax resume to New Braunfels Pediatric Associates, 830-625-5721 Receptionist & Technician postion available for out patient physical therapy clinic m Canyon Lake Contact Robert or Liza 830-609 2000 HYGIENIST Needed for growing dental practice must be a team player 830-379 6545 SAI1> ADDITIONAL income setting up leasing contracts for ICE machines 830-305 6138 .->KII.I>\\ Engineering Firm seeks Skilled Maintenance Handyman to take care of our properties and fleet Part time with the potential of possible full time. Job duties include daily cleaning, maintenance and upkeep, errands, lawn & property maintenance/ landscaping, etc Carpentry & plurtibing experience a plus Some heavy liftincj required Applicants must have a valici driver's license and will be 'equired to successfully pass a pre employment drug test and a background check Interested cadidates please submit resunie to : Ikrzywosinski® msengr.com or fax resume to 830-885 2170 nHIVKH.S EM All. US Ï    r J U1 EXP,LICENSED ELECTRICIAN APPRENTICES Apply in Seguin at Seguin Electric Co 1406 N. Austin St. Nrw Bi.nipli-K Heraldk/j 1 ri!N(; i’rcMiih an PcmuL Siindav, Oclobti' ‘¿'I, 2011 11k 1 Icr.ild /cirutii; will he piililishing this special section teaturiiig photograph'' [>io\Kleil h\ proiul (Ht owners and will feature \arious [tet contests ineludiiig: 4#« Cutest Dog «Cutest Cat* Most Unusual Pet Best Dressed Pet »Pet/Owner Look-A-Like Business Listings: If you htiir n pet ri hiiefJ hiisiuess lìtui ii'oul/i like to he listed for pet owner ’s eotirenietiee, I'/ill (^J0)62 5 9144 for pricing and other itfli’ertisiu^ opportunities. ‘Coniati our (Ja.ssiiietls Department today to enter your pet in our toniesis! ^ tlassifieds^oherald'/.eitung.com ; Single spacc ior your pet : 2x3 inch ad $25 BE YOUR OWN BOSS. Would you like the opportunity to earn extra income by working only a few hours each day? Consider contractirtg a delivery route with the Herald-Zeitung. You must have a phone, dependable transportation and be able to work m the early morning hours weekdays and weekends. DON’T DELAY-THESE ROUTES WONT LAST!!!! Apply in person at: 707 Landa Street, New Braunfels, TX 78130 No phone calls please. E.O.E. CANYON LAKE Local construction company needs experience Bobcat/ Rocksaw Operator Plumbing and septic experience helpful. 5-day week, benefits Ask for Paul, 830 899-2615 ROOF MAN Needed to install solar panels Cannot be afraid of heights! Sunrise Solar 830 935-4454 or djbebeau@gvtc.com Class A CDL Truck Drivers needed sand and gravel hauling. Apply m person at 110 Posey Rd. San Marcos, Tx. 512-396 1650 DRIVER W/CDL Clean driving re cord, flatbed exp, Most weekends off 830-985 3880 II 1.1 IIMKX I'AHT I'IMK MAINTENANCE MAN for RV/Mobile Home Park, knowledge of RV repair a plus, own tools/truck, F/T available irTimediately, 12 $16 t an hr. Call Mon Fri 8 30a-5p 830 606-5028 |l|{iVI.|{> 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, vacation, and insurance Please call 830-625-4150 PRINCE FOOD SYSTEMS has immediate opening m the New Braunfels area Full-Time • DIETARY COOK Position Inquires exp in a healthcare setting Qualified candidates must pass a drug screen & criminal background check PFS offers excellent pay and benefits Call 830-626-4966 for interview. EOE 11.1, n\iKi\ I*AH I ITMK mi.l. TIMKi't IVAHT TIMK l^ECHANI^" HELPER Disassemble/clean parts, F/T, Will train. Mandatory drug testing. $8,00/hr starting pay Apply in person @ 310 FM 483, NB, TX Emily's Cleaning Service has openings for a PT Housekeeper and a PT Waxer/Buffer. Must have lyr. exp., and flexability 210-454-4632 FIRST BAPTIST Church of Canyon Lake, FM 306 at Ridgewood Bend, Christian Nursery worker needed, 830 964-3457 'V I' “* ! ' t I VvA Í CARPET CLEANING TECH Needed Starting S9 per hr while m training, trained Techs make S10-S25hr Flexible hours, F/T & P/T Great for college students. Office in New Braunfels 210-685 9025 NOW HIRING FRONT DESK Apply in person at: Sleep Inn & Suites, 1477 IH-35 North, N.B “tov^uciT Driver Needed. Please apply @ Hill Country Customs Towing, 5505 Hwy 46 West, NB BUSY TOWING Company needs heavy haul truck driver* Must have a CDl and pass a drug/akohol screen. Company-paid insurance. Please call 210-260 8976 or fax resume to 830 420-3731. mTT> LEAD MAINTENANCE needed for small f)roperty Must have 2 yrs apt. exp, and be a leader HVAC/E PA Cert is a ♦ TDL required SIO-SI 3 hr, paid benefits/Vacation Fax resume 830-606 7316 >\i.i:,s C u 11 iga n Water Conditioning Sales Rep ($45,000- $75,000 per year) Our fastest growing Water Treatment Company m Texas is seeking a sales representative m the New Braunfels/Canyon Lake area Our company has over 75 years in business with a BBB A rating We have qualified leads on a daily basis. With tlie increase in demand for our door to door sales, we are exf>anding our sales team and are looking for self motivated ir'dividuals who are outgoing, hardworking, compassionate and a team player to join our team This IS a great position for experienced and non-experienced sales professionals FULL TRAINING PROVIDED!!! Required Qualifications: *Must be at least 18 years old *Al3le to work evenings and some weekends ‘Strong communication skills (written & oral) ‘Have a cell phone ‘Must be able to successfully complete a background check and substance abuse testing 'Have reliable transportation with proof of Insurance ‘Must have a valid driver's license If you are seeking a position with an established, stable organization and you meet the above requirements, please call (830)303 6426 to schedule an interview. H 1.1, TIMI. I'MM' ITMK IT 1.1 i lMK I’AliTTIMK IT 1.1. IIMI A I I 1.1 ll\ll 11 1.1. I'IMI A 11 i.i, riMi.i's \'\\{ 1 n\ii. i’\H 1 n\iK i’\i;rnMi I'AHI TIMK Ihe New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung seeks an experienced reporter to cover education. The Herald-Zeitung won 23 Texas Associated Press Managing Editors awards in 2011, and was named Texas APME Newspaper of the Year in 2010. We are looking for a reporter who will be an advocate lor our readers. Must have at least two years experience in a daily newsroom. Familiarity with multi-media and fluency in social media is preferred. Competitive pay and benefíts. Send cover letter, resume and five writing samples to Managing Editor Shawn Lewis at slewis@herald-zeitung.com New Braunfels Herald ^EmjN DEABABBY BAR MANAGER WANTED VFW Post 7110, experienced only call 830-625-9961 Jefferson Bank is hiring for Lending Assist III and Lead Teller, To apply WWW jefftrsonbank.CQm .jon w \M i:i) HOUSEKEEPING Spring Branch, Canyon Lake & N.B Have References Call Jeanette @ 830 237-3485 IT I.I.TTMK cK I'A IM’TIM K 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 0 Box 69440 Los Angeles 9(X)fi9, or visit WWW Dear-Abby com. Readers Differ On Cemeteries As Places To Pray And To Play DFAR ABBY: I .tni wriliiig in rt'sponsi' ti) lh(* Iclter you prititi'd troni "Kt’S[)('( ttui in ()hio" (julv 2S). I ^irn so glad you <ifl(lr('ss(‘d tht' siihjiH t ol prof) er eti(|ii(*tte in ((*nu't{'ri(‘s. Th('t fnie t(*ry where my t.imih ni(*inl)crs ,tre buried li.is h(‘come a pLiyground tor the neighbors in the .trea, W''h('n I vis it, I s('(> pe()[)l(' walking lh(‘ir dogs on and oft ieasfu's (>ven thoiigli thev an* aware ot the "No Dogs Allowi'd" signs ( hildrr'n are bi(y( ling, rolierbi.uling ,Hid sk<Uel)oarding, along with loggers ,ind vv.ilkers. I (onie to the (('nietery lo visit wilh niy lost loved ones .ind tend to (heir graves. I tind it disgusting and disturb ing that these tolks are using our sat red pla((' tor their [X'rsonal pk'asures. Al)[)y, thank you so rnut h lor yout wisdom on this matter. - |1AN ( . IN MASSA( MUSI ITS D( AK IFAN; Thank \ou t(/r agrt'e mg with m(‘. How'ev(‘r, somt' rt'aders teit difterentiy, believing that c emet('r les ar(' tor th(' living ,is wtdl as the d('ad. My newspaj)er readers torn mi'nt; 1)1 AR ABB\: You should know' that th(*re is a trend wht'r«' groups ot dog walkers .irt' taking over th(' (an* ol deteriorating ((’met('ri('s. In rt'lurn tor (leaning u|), restoring .ukI maintaining gr.weyards, dog walkers are given pt'r mission to w.dk and run their flogs there*. Some reark'rs may lind this practit (> disresp(*ttful, l)ut it h.ts rt‘siill(‘d in many cemeteries being restorc'd to the beauty and flignity its o( ( upants deserve. - CARl A IN VIRC.INIA [OTAR ABBY: When I read th(* letter from "Res[)e( ttuI," it took ni(* bac k .t lew years. As I was mowing in the town (t'lnetery, 1 wen! around a gravt*-stone into some tall grass and my mower stalled. When I turned it over to see what I had hit, I lound a pair ol pantyhose wrapped <in)und the bkuk* ot the mow(*r. Appar(*ntly, (enu'teries are sometimes used as a lover's lane. I agree with you about pra( tit ing good behavior in plates like these. But I'll always laugh retailing what ha|)pen(*d lo me. I wondt*r if the lady who forgot her hose that night t aught a told. -(iROUNDSKTTPTR niAR ABBY: I have to disagret' With you and "R(*s[K*t tful." ()ne needs to have a historical perspective' about cemeteries and their plat e in our tul ture. Prior to th(‘ advt*nt of public parks in the late 19th (enturv, the only o[)en, park-like setting in most (ommunitie's was the* local temelery. Peoplt* would stroll the lawns, picnit and sot iali/(* tliere. Toflay, some t em('t(>ries I'ven t (induct historical and nature tours. Wliile I (k)n't (on(k)ne rowdy behavior, it's wrong ft) think they are simply for the dead anti mourning. M.iny lamilies of our fallen soldiers gt) lo Ailington ('emet(*ry to pit nic anti visit lh(*ir loved ones. Ometeries fall into disrt'pair when they are not at five and lilk'tl with living hikers, bikers, bird watt hers, ett, Let's encourage people tt) visit their local cemetery. The alternative is to allow th(*m to go to s(*t‘d and disapptwr from our landscape. -- PATRICK H., OHIO