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Lost: Male Great Pyrenees, all white, double dew claws on back legs, sweet, shy, not aggressive, Nov. 10, C.R. 404/405, neighbors heard 2 shots, any information appreciated. 830-393-0801.
Found: Red Chihuahua, male, friendly but frightened, need to find his owner, in Floresville. 830-534-6413.
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Experienced mechanic on forklifts and man lifts, Class A CDL preferred but not required, must pass background and drug/alcohol test. Email resume to teika@oscenergy.com.
Childcare provider wanted at Sandbox Learning Center, high school diploma or GED required, training available. Call 830-393-6013 or apply in person at 88 Sandbox Lane, Floresville.
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leroy haverlah  
austin, TX  
June 26, 2012 11:43am
 
Tributes to Bert McGrew. He began work at Haverlah Motor Company as Service Manager in the late 1940's and continued until it was sold. He organized the garage with about 7 bays, added a pit for wheel alignment, supervised body and paint work, handled most of the wrecker calls, and kept a good accounting of all service schedules and costs. He had a car wash and lube center. He painted the entire garage area a light color and set up big fans. The machine shop was well designed for easy storage of specialty tools. Although this was a Ford dealership, everything from farm tractors to school buses and diesel tractors came through the doors and were fixed. He hired mechanics and taught many classes. When automatic transmissions came out, he was able to take them apart and fix them. Bert built a heavy duty wrecker, equipped with impressive hydraulic air brakes and adjustable lights for night duty. On a personal level, his auto had the first known backup lights built right into the body, using head lights!
     
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