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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 19, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10 — Herald-Zeitung — Thursday, May 19, 2011 346 Drivers OCC Full Time 4 JJ J part Time BOAT HANDLER A gnsat summer job. Full or Part-Time, Weekendsrequlred Cali 830*964-3312 Canyon Lake END DUMP Class ‘A* COL experience required Apply rn person 290 Engel Rd New Braunfels, Tx or email lo bllncfboxAO^ CLASS A COL DRIVERS to pull flat beds. 2 yrs experience Local loads, home each night. .31 mi + drop fees. Benefits me insur.. paid vac and holidays. Apply at 3960 Hwy 90 East, Seguin 830-372-2300 HIRING CDL DRIVER Class A. 50% Driving 50% Warehouse. 210-241-3350 355 SOMEONE TO CLEAN 2 hours per week Easy cleaning $30 00 near hospital 979-204 1677 EXP. WRECKER Driver needed Apply in person at HiH Country Customs Towing 5505 Hwy 46 West. NB TOWER HAND NEEDED! Must be willing to travel and can not be afraid of heights. Call Brian (830)660-4145 or Send resume to BnanPQSCCorp us COMAL CONCRETE PRODUCTS, INC. Is currently looking for a Pre-Cast Concrete Sales Representative, Read Plans and Quote products as needed. Engineer background preferred We manufacture a wide variety of precast concrete products. The position receives a base salary and a saies-based commission each month. Great Benefits Program. Candidate must have strong sales and communications skills. Previous Construction Sales experience desired, Opening is Immediate. E-mail resumes to jsrry^comal or fax to 830-608-1396 355 CNAS/EXPERIENCED CAREGIVERS NEEDED Needed care givers who can provide personal care, homemaking, and companionship services to older adults and handicapped clients in their own homes Applicants must have their own reliable transportation. drivers license and proof of car insurance. We offer flexible work schedules by matching your availability with the needs of the client. Call 830-226-5007 355 QRUENE MANSION INN BED S BREAKFAST is looking for HOUSEKEEPER, A KITCHEN STAFF High Energy, fast paced team environment. Good wages. Must be available to work weekends. Apply in person @ 1275 Gruene Rd. 355 FRONT DESK/ NEW BRAUNFELS OR SEGUIN For busy Oncology Office, Filing, scheduling, and Ins. verification experience preferred. Bilingual plus. Monday - Friday 8:30am to 5pm. Please fax resume to: 210-656-5124 MERRY MAIDS WANTED good work ethic, DL, insurance, transportation, clear background check required. M-F, 8-5. For interview appt, call Liz 830-620-4056 355 PART TIME Store Merchandisers for night and weekend stocking, includes lifting Call 830-625-9162 or fax resume 830-625-8520, go to for application. ALBERTSONS NOW HIRING FRONT END A GROCERY DEPT. Will pay for experience. 955 N. Walnut Apply online at Classified OCC Full Time & Part Time 9CC Full Time & ddd Part Time OCC Full Time & vwJ Part Time NEW BRAUNFELS INSURANCE AGENCY needs Commercial Lines CSR. Previous insurance experience & license required. Email resume to: 325 COMAL COUNTY SENIOR FOUNDATION F/T Handyman / Construction Worker w/ exp. In all phases of construction. Must have own tools and reliable transportation. Pay depending on exp. Apply at 605 Landa St. No phone calls please. MERCHANDISER/ HELPER includes lifting, driving, deliveries to area stores. Must be drug free and insurable. Call 830-625-9162 or fax resume 830-625-8520, or go to for application. OFFICE MANAGER.. $55,000 DOE Be a part of Dynamic Grp! Tech sawy pis. Fast pace, hiring ASAP! New Braunfels location hkapitan® deaconrecruiting 210-494-1000 F/T BILINGUAL RECEPTIONIST needed for busy medical clinic. General office exp. and computer skills req. Please email resume to nbviminfo O T BAR M Housekeeping The BEST place to work—I've been here for 27 years! Part time, flexible hours, competitive pay. Apply at front desk. NOW HIRING Waitstaff, Big Country Pizza, Canyon Lake, 830-899-4403 HOUSEKEEPERS Needed Immediately F/T & P/T for Canyon Lake, must have trans. 830-964-4457 Healthcare 325 W RLD CAR MAZDA - KIA . NEW BRAUNFELS CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVES * Hourly + Bonus Levels ($40,000 to $90,000) IMMEDIATE ENTRY LEVEL POSITIONS * SUMMER WORK * College Stdnts/HS Sr $15Base/appt PT/FT Flex Scheds, sales/serv, No Exp Nec Ages 17+, conds apply Start asap. 210-236-7674 Readers Advise Angry Student To Make The Most Of WANTED F/T or P/T Kennel Tech and Kennel Vet Tech assistant wanted. Fax resume to 830-964-2282 College 4Vi day work week MUST HAVE: Good Phone Skills, Bask Computer Knowledge, Good Personality MUST PASS : Background Check, DL Check, Drug Test Apply In person at 3363 IH35 South (Exit 184) 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: T BAR M NOW HIRING SUMMER HELP P/T - F/T avail., concierge, front desk, gym attendant and more! Please apply at the Front Desk No Phone Calls Please DCI Biologicals San Marcos 1400IH-35 South [email protected] Previous applicants need not apply PT TIME SALES MANAGER for busy seasonal vacation rental office. Sales exp. needed. Background check required. Email resume to susanghllljjjii AauEML DEAR ABBY: May I respond to "Bound for College' (April 9), the high school senior who is distressed because she may have to go to a state university? This is America, the land of opportunity, NOT the land of entitlement. A college education is a luxury, not a right. How fortunate she is to have parents who can send her to college. It is my hope that her father does get that job at the university. What an excellent benefit he will have to get reduced tuition for his off- DEARABBY Dear Abby 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 Herald-Zeitung Memorial Day Immediate Openings I The New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung is expanding! I Advertising Deadlines We are looking for highly organized, driven and dedicated individuals to join our sales team. Graphic Designer Looking for trained graphic artists who can build effective, eye-catching print advertisements for businesses that market their business or services through the Herald-Zeitung. Also, this position might include evening hours and occasional weekend hours. Inside Sales Position Experience requirements include handling in and outbound calls, customer service, organization and basic computer knowledge. Prior sales experience is preferred. Outside Sales Position Make money by helping businesses make money through advertising. You will be equipped with a cutting-edge mobile sales system using iPads. Sales experience is preferred. If you have strong sales skills and are driven to succeed, we would like to talk with you! New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung EOE. Drug free workplace. Please email resume to Jamie Gregg, Advertising Director, at [email protected] Retail and Classified (Display) Publication Date    Deadline    Date Friday, May 27 Saturday May 28 Sunday (Lifestyle) May 29 Sunday May 29 Tuesday May 31 Wednesday June 1 Tuesday May 24 at 5 p.m. Tuesday May 24 at 5 p.m. Monday May 23 at 5 p.m. Tuesday May 24 at 5 p.m. Wednesday May 25 at 5 p.m. Thursday, May 26 at 5 p.m. —> Wednesday June 1 Classified Line Ads Wednesday, May 25 at 5 p.m. Friday May 27 Saturday May 28 Sunday May 29 Tuesday May 31 Wednesday May 25 at Noon Thursday May 26 at 10 a.m. Thursday May 26 at Noon Friday May 27 at Noon Our offices will be closed on Monday, May 30th Have i    i    Safe & Holiday! Herald Zeilune 830-625-9144 spring. If, however, that is not good enough for her, it is her right to refuse that gift. Then she may go to the school of her choice AND pay for it herself. With the cost of tuition today, that will be quite an undertaking. There are a number of options: student loans, grants, scholarships, a job or an enlistment in the military. As you mentioned, Abby, in your response, education is what you make of it. My suggestion to "Bound for College" is, lose the attitude of entitlement, look at how blessed you are, rethink your priorities and make the most of your opportunities. - MIKE M. IN BLOOMSBURG, PA. DEAR MIKE: Thank you for your letter. Readers unanimously agreed that "Bound" needs to make the most of the opportunities that come her way and start thinking and acting like an adult. Read on: DEAR ABBY: I could have written the same letter years ago. The similarities are uncanny. I was accepted to my dream school, but due to my family's financial difficulties, I ended up attending my backup school, one of the largest public institutions in the country. During the first semester, I was bitter and angry. Slowly but surely, I began to appreciate the benefits unique to a large state university. I enrolled in an honors academic program, which allowed me to receive a rigorous education from an amazing faculty. I became exposed to people from different cultures with differing perspectives. There were numerous student organizations and clubs. I found new hobbies and became active in causes that were important to me. Although I was worried about the school's party reputation, I quickly found other students who felt the same way I did. "Bound," the college experience will be what you make of it. For me, it was instrumental in shaping my future. I took advantage of the many resources available on campus. It opened up avenues for me and, most important, helped me to discover myself. I will be starting graduate school as a financially independent adult, and I can finally do it on my own terms. — SOPHIA K., ARLINGTON, TEXAS DEAR ABBY: You can party at any school, and you can get an education at any school. To a large extent, you get out what you put in. Yes, there may be distractions on some campuses, but there will always be academically inclined students and opportunities if one looks for them. The "fit" of a school can't really be determined until one gets there. So "Bound" should go where it is affordable and keep an open mind. She may find opportunities she has not yet considered. -- L.C. IN CHARLESTON, ILL. DEAR ABBY: Like "Bound," my parents promised I could go to any school I wanted. I applied to one school and got in, but my parents told me I'd have to take out a loan if I wanted to go there instead of a state school (something that was never mentioned). I took the news hard and resented that I was being forced to make my first adult decision and would have debt when I graduated. I chose to stay in-state. The school was a party school, and I spent most of my freshman year angry that I was there. A year later, my anger was gone. Abby, please advise "Bound" that it's what you make of the college experience that counts. - BEEN THERE IN RICHMOND, VA. ;