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VideoFound: Black and white female puppy, appears to be a pit bull mix. Friendly, sweet and gentle. Phone: 830-216-4505 day/210-213-0569 evening.
Lost: Heart charm bracelet, necklace with arrow and heart, crown ring, and heart knot ring, all pieces are silver, lost at LV Light It Up ceremony. Please call Sheri, 210-833-8377.
Lost 4 Limosine Calves brown 6-month old on Friday September 23 Stockdale between CR334 and 421 Yellow ear tags. Please call 210-887-5442
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Carpenter's helper, will train, 30-40 hours per week. Call John 210-325-5929.
Part-time maintenance tech (24 hours weekly) needed for 36 unit property in Floresville, must possess sound skills in basic maintenance, electrical, plumbing, etc., A/C skills highly desirable, $12 hourly. Submit resume to isiahh@att.net.
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Nannette Kilbey-Smith, Editor  
Floresville  
October 10, 2011 9:19am
 
According to a press release dated Oct. 7, Congressman Michael McCaul (R-TX) will chair a hearing of the Homeland Security Oversight & Investigations Subcommittee Oct. 14 to present to Congress a comprehensive military assessment of the U.S.-Mexico border, authored by General Barry McCaffrey (Ret) and General Bob Scales, Ph.D. (Ret). Both Generals and Texas Agriculture Commissioner Todd Staples, who commissioned the report, will testify.

The report, Texas Border Security: A Strategic Military Assessment, demonstrates that Mexican drug cartels are attempting to establish safe havens in Texas as a launching point into the rest of the United States. Among the findings the hearing will examine:

Ø Cartels’ intention to influence all levels of government throughout the Americas
Ø Cartels’ intention to establish sanctuary zones in the U.S. one county deep
Ø Poorly resourced U.S. tactical efforts to stop cartel incursions; vulnerability to corruption
Ø Increasing likelihood that competition to control distribution territories and corridors will result in greater violence in Texas, as the Mexican military gains more control in Mexico
Ø The need to designate Mexican drug cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations
     
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