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Lost & Found

Lost: Small black dog, answers to Blackie, last seen near Dairy Queen on Hwy. 181 in Floresville. Call 830-542-0192.

VideoFound: Senior Beagle mix, Aug. 20, on Palo Verde in The Estates of Eagle Creek Subdivision, Floresville, help this little one find her home. Call 210-487-8284 or 210-831-1343.
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.
Carpenter's Helper Will Train,30 to 40 hrs per week. Call John 210-325-5929
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Ben Franklin  
Floresville  
April 16, 2014 12:02pm
 
Well Grouch, I am glad you feel the sense the uphold the family name whether it be good or bad. However, many of us don't believe debt is the only sin. And the sum of the man is not related to his biological relatives and does their kin's actions make them or their kin not worthy of praise or adoration.

I was a bound apprentices who illegally fled my apprenticeship to my morass brother. Andrew Johnson, who later became President of the United States, flew his apprentice, too. Should my children had to become apprentices after my death?

Do you hate the founding fathers who served in debtors prison and should their kin take all the good they did and feel shame for their family name?

Two of the Founding Fathers, James Wilson, a signer of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution and one of the first United States Supreme Court Justices, and Robert Morris, who helped finance the Revolution and signed the Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution, both served time in debtor’s prisons near the ends of their life, their predicaments caused by unwise land speculations. Henry “Lighthorse Harry” Lee, hero of the Revolution and father of Robert E. Lee, also served time in a debtors prison.
     
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