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Lost & Found

Found: Male Catahoula mix and female Hound mix, off F.M. 2772, La Vernia, both approx. 18 months old. Call 713 349 3001.
Lost at LV Light It Up Ceremony: heart charm bracelet, necklace with arrow & heart, crown ring, and heart knot ring. All pieces are silver. Please contact Sheri, 210-833-8377.
Found: Small male black and tan dog, possible Min-pin, in Floresville on Hwy 181. Call 830-660-3181.
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Assessment Administrators – Part-time, temporary position to proctor assessments in schools for the National Assessment of Educational Progress. Must be available January 30th-March 10, 2017. Paid training, paid time and mileage reimbursement for local driving, and weekly paychecks. To apply go to www.westat.com/CAREERS select “Search Field Data Collection Jobs.” Search for your state, find the NAEP Assessment Administrator position, and select the “apply to job” button. For more information email NAEPrecruit@westat. com or call 1-888-237-8036. WESTAT/EOE.
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4th Generation Texan  
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April 4, 2011 11:21am
 
Marcelina...Picture this: You are 80 years old, suffer from arthritis, diabetes, hypertension, near blindness, a heart condition. Also, you are physically disabled and cannot work. You have lived in your modest house for 50 years where you raised your children and lived with your spouse until their death. You are alone, physically incapacitated, yet you are very independent and value your independent live. Your only income is a small social security amount every month. Your house is close to where a new shopping mall has recently been built. The new shopping mall is the cause of your property taxes on your house rising from $100 per month to $500 per month. Yet, your social security check is for About $1000. So, over night almost your expenses have increased 40% yet you have no means or ability to increase your revenue. What would you do? Stop taking your medication and cut out most of your food products except the most basic items? Even that would probably not make up the difference. So, obviously the only alternative thing to do is sell your house that you have lived in for many years and move into a government housing project or a very basic mobile home etc. All this just cause the government needs a few extra bucks? And, you don't believe we should have exemptions for folks like this? If you don't, you are one low lifing sorry piece of human excrement!@!@!!!!!
     
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