Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on September 15, 1990 · Page 23
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/ffiljt <3fnMaiu< (iazette CLASSIFIED Wednesday, September 17, 2003 — Page 21 [CROSSWORD 061 HeJp Wonted 061 Help Wanted 061 Help Wonted 062 Work Wonted ACROSS 1 Carnivals 6 "Kubta Khan" ; Mtting 12 Not outside 14 Uakeaglad 15 Bahamas resort • 16 Clank 17Caponefoe 18 Ottawa's prov. .•19 Furniture mover 21 Bobby — 23 Creeping vine ,26 Uncle or granddad 27 Evergreen 28 Asian capital .30 Leo mo. 31 Blustery 32 Complain 33 Garlic section 35 CPR giver - 37 Tax pro 38 Majorette's it gait "39 —Angeles 'VI Munich , single 41 "My gal" of song 42 Diamond org. 43 Sonnet cousin 44 Mai- cocktail 46 Prickly seedcase 48 Pudgy 51 Motorcycle race 55 Teases 56 Slimmed down 57 Trickery 58 DfHt DOWN 1 Plane stabilizer 2 Miscellany 3 Badges 4 Gymnast's stickum 5 Increase sharply 6 Copier brand 7 Mr. Greenspan 8 More Answer to Pr»vkxj« Puzzle holder 10 PC key 11 Function 13 Finland neighbor 19 Domes 20 Longhaired cat 22 "1984" author 24 Said 25 Affluent person 26 Slickers 27 Worry 28 Bane of pvts. 29 Skinny . 34 Non-finicky eater 36 Crowded around 42 Thick ol things 43 Buy by 45 Opposed 47 Part of BTU 48 Rural addr. 49 Fiesta shout 50 Muscle spasm 52 Arapahofoe 53 Stimpy's buddy 54 Unmatched CTIIII DC n9 Call for answers • Toum-tone or ictary phone OlUIVIrCU: i 95cp« minute (900) 226-4344 code OOP £92003 by NEA. Inc. 061 Hdp Wanted 061 Help Wanted CUSTOMER Service rep .for local insurance agency. Full or part time. Send resume to: 1801 Philadelphia Street, Indiana. .DRIVER-Home weekends. Great pay! Steady freight and great benefits. -Call today! 1 year OTR, Class-A CDL required. No •students. www.smithtransport.com Smith Transport 1-888-219-8043. DRIVERS Covenant Transport, teams, teams, teams. We need teams for the long haul. Owner 'Operators, experienced 'drivers, solos, teams and graduate students. Call 1 -888-MOREPAY (1-888-667-3729). FREE WORKSHOP Starting Sept 30, single parents/displaced homemakers, or those interested in nontraditiona! employment, who need to become wage earners or change careers. Includes basic computer instruction. Do NOT need to be low income. Offered by New Choices/New Options. For more information call now at (724) 357-4738 or (800) 830-3248. rjT Employment. Office work. $9.00 per hour BC/BS, 3 wks vacation, pension, benefits. Send resume to: Thomas C. Trevorrow, M.D., 1265 Wayne Ave., Indiana, PA 15701. Resumes must be received by Sept. 20. FULL Time Secretary for outpatient physical therapy clinic in Homer- City. Requirements: High School Diploma with courses in bookkeeping and accounting or equivilant amount .of work experience in a healthcare or related setting. One or two years of medical billing and administrative experience. Fax resume to 724-479-2813. THE INDIANA GAZETTE CLASSIFIEDS... Phone us at 724-349-4949, 8 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday -Friday & 8 am.- 12 noon Saturday. HAIR Designing, Nail artistry classes, teachers. Financial aid available. Punxy Beauty School, 1-800-848-4247. HAIR Design & Nail Artistry Classes. Financial aid available. Kittanning Beauty School, (800) 833-4247. . IMMEDIATE OPENING The Indiana Gazette Circulation Dept. has part-time position open. Approximate ,25 hours per week. Monday through Saturday afternoons and every other Sunday - morning., Duties include data entry, customer service work and dock work. IUP students welcome. We will attempt to work around your schedule. Interested person need to complete an application form at The Indiana Gazette, 899 Water Street, Indiana. IN Need of Class A CDL Driver. Must be willing to travel. If interested please contact: (724) 639-3202. LABORS NEEDED Individuals to help set and complete the exterior of manufactured houses. We Offer ^Competitive wages A401K AProfit sharing AHealth insurance available A2 weeks vacation 724-349-3636X110 LOCAL Company needs part time help in janitorial & night security. Must work some weekends & holidays, and be dependable! Please send letter or resume to: Box 370 c/o The Indiana Gazette P.O. Box 10, Indiana, PA 15701. LOGGING crew needed. Experienced, conscientious, and quality driven. Must have own equipment and insurance. Brownlee Lumber, Inc. Ph. (814)328-2991. WE MAKE HOUSE CALLS .. Get the Indiana Gazette delivered right to your door. Call today to start your subscription. Phone 724-465-5555. MATH Tutor, afternoons, evenings or weekends, (724)357-9155. NURSES AIDES Full fame and part time day shift, afternoon shift and midnight shift. Benefits available, paid vacation. Apply in person at 468IS. 13th Street, Indiana PA. PART-TIME Person for local car wash. Perfect for retired person. Call 814-834-9777. PRISON Health Services has' an RN position currently available in the specialty areas of Correctional Forensic Nursing at state correction facility Pine Grove. PHS offers flexible scheduling and excellent wages. Benefit package available. Contact Melanie Tinsman, Nursing Director ' at 724-349-8671. RAYNE DROP INN Bartender, cleaning person, door man. Apply in person. Residence Director (SU A1-Temporary) Position: Indiana University of Pennsylvania invites applications for a two-month temporary leave replacement position responsible for all administrative, educational, and supervisory duties for a residence hall, housing 390 students. RD will directly supervise- underg raduate staff. Due to temporary nature of position, it is a live-out position. Wage, is 316.43/hour, no benefits. Qualifications: Master's degree preferred. Master's degree in Student Personnel, Higher Education Administration, Counseling, or a related field, with live-in residence life experience, strongly preferred. Transferable skills from positions in related student affairs departments will be considered (i.e. student activities, judicial affairs, orientation, etc.) In order to become a finalist, candidates must communicate effectively and perform well in the interview (s). How to Apply: Send letter of application, resume, and three current —letters :of reference to: Julie Goebel, Associate Director of Residence Life, Clark Hall, Room B-31, 1090 South Drive, IUP, Indiana, PA 15705. Applications will be accepted immediately and reviewed on a rolling basis until position is filled. IUP is a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and is an equal opportunity employer M/F/H/V. HOME WANTED? Finding a place to call home has never been easier. You can check our daily paper under the 015 listings. ( Most of the real estate ads will appear on Thursday thru Sunday) Mobile Homes are listed under 050. The majority of RENTAL PROPERTIES are listed under 030, 031, 035, and 039. RETAIL SALES PART TIME Cellular One is accepting applications for Part Time Retail Sales Associates to work in our Giant Eagle kiosk location that will be opening soon. Qualified applicants should be sales oriented and work well with the public. We offer a competitive hourly wage plus commission, flexible work schedule, employee cellular phone plan, and excellent career opportunities! Qualified applicants can send resumes to or apply at our retail store: Cellular One, Southtowne Plaza, Unit 4, 3100 Oakland Ave., Indiana, PA 15701. Attn: Kiosk position. Equal Opportunity Employer. ROOFERS, Experienced and semi experienced, no laborers. Wages paid by exp. Call (724) 840-1230. SECRETARY NEEDED IMMEDIATELY, PART TIME OR FULL TIME, PROFESSIONAL OFFICE, PROFICIENT IN WORD PROCESSING. Send resume to: Box 367 c/o The Indiana Gazette P.O. Box 10, Indiana, PA 15701. STARTING Part time cler- 'ical/web master. West Indiana area. Flexable hours. Please E-mail: punchedparts@msn.com SUNDAY Carriers needed immediately for the Indiana Gazette. Blairsville area. (724) 459-7600. SUPERIOR WELL SERVICES An oilfield service company, is accepting applications for truck drivers. Applicants must be 21 years old or older, have a good driving record, CDL license with Hazmat endorsement. Perspective employees must pass company physical and DOT drug screen. Excellent benefits and wages commensurate with experience. Please apply: Superior Well Services, State Route 119 North, Black Lick. PA 15716. THE Marion Center Area School District ts accepting . applications for Head Softball Coach, Junior High Wrestling Coach, and Assistant Swim Coach for the 2003-2004 school year. Act 34 and 151 clearances are required, letters of • application -are due by Friday, September 26, 2003. Mail to Dr. David Pastrick, Marion Center Area Schools, P.O. Box 156, Marion Center, PA 15759-0156. EOE. THE Marion Center Area School District is accepting applications for substitutes for the Custodial staff. Act 34 and 151 Clearances required. Applications may be obtained from the Administration Office, Marion Center Area Schools, Box 156, Marion Center, PA 15759. EOE. HELP WANTED ADS Whether you need help finding a job or hiring new employees, the Gazette Classifieds are the place to start. Look under the 061 category listing for the Help Wanted ads and under the 062 for Work Wanted ads. You can also chek the 053 listings for Business Opportunities. Driver Trainees needed at Covenant Transport No CDL needed! Local training program! Great pay & benefits! Tuition Reimbursement & Special funding options 1-8OO-22O-4612 THE Senior Employment Program of Aging Services, Inc., has available to our community, dependable, mature and reliable companions & caregivers who will also prepare meals or do light housekeeping. If your family is in need of assistance for a loved one, please contact the Senior Employ. ment Coordinator at (724) 349-4509 or 067 1-800-442-8016 TRUCK Drivers, . equipment operators, laborers. Experience in gas and oil preferred. Send Resume and salary requirements to: Force Trucking, Inc, 7877 Five Points Road, Creekside, PA 15732 VINYL And Carpet installer. Experience a must, great pay. Call immediately for interview. (724) 422-7382. WANTED In need of a professional willing to get insurance license. On the job train- 073 ing available. Send resume to: T.M. Frick Insurance, 617 Church Street, Indiana, PA 15701 FULL TIME OFFICE PERSON needed to assist Finance Director. We are looking for an outgoing individual with computerized accounting experience, general office skills, and knowledge of the Indiana County area. Proficient in Office 2000. Qualified minorities and females are encouraged to apply. Send resumes to: Finance director, P.O. Box 869, Indiana, PA 15701, by Sept. 25, 2003. WILL Do house cleaning weekly, biweekly and one time cleans. Commercial & residential. Phone (724) 465-2406. 063 Child Care REGISTERED Home day care has openings • available for children ages 2-5, (724) 349-8893. ( ASTROGRAPH 0*0J Building Repairs A&A Home Improvements: Lowest bids on roofing, room additions, siding, garages. In business 24 years. Call (724) 463-1060. M.C. Home Center All phases remodeling & new construction, and/or materials. (724)397-2370. ZADRAVEC'S CONTRACTING 1170C, Wayne Ave., workmanship guaranteed, 3 full years, free estimates, (724) 465-7511. Concrete & Masonry WANTED: Caring Individual or Family A young male with mental retardation is looking for someone who will accept him as a family member. He attends high school daily and enjoys socializing in the community. The ideal home must be handicapped accessible and located in Blairsville/Saltsburg School District. A williness to help him with hygiene, making choices, exercise, doctor's appointments, and daily living skills is a must. Your home should offer a stable environment, love, ' and understanding while providing him with the privacy of his own bedroom. In turn you will receive a tax-exemp stipend. We provide training, up to 28 respite days a year, support and supervision. You must be atleast 21 years old with a valid driver's license and either have a criminal clearance or be willing to apply for it For information, please call Mary Ann at Community Living and Learning,. Inc. (724} 349-1420, Ext. 20 062 Work Wanted ANKNEY'S Paving - Will do small to large jobs. Call for details, (724) 539-3687. HANDYMAN for hire. Experienced and dependable. All types of work accepted. Plumbing & electrical certification. Call (724) 422-3827 HOUSE Cleaning! Professional service, personal care! Call (724) 248-1603. JEFF Shank's Construction Co. Do all jobs, fully insured, soffit, fashia, siding, plumbing, electrical & all types of masonry. (814) 939-5797. "RUSTY'S TREE SERVICE Call 724-465-4112. NEED EXTRA MONEY for vacations?...CIean out the closets, atttics and basements and sell your stuff in the classifieds.To place your ad call the Indiana Gazette Classified Department. Our phone number is 724-349-4949. Office hours are Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sat. 8 a.m-noon. SERVICE ADVISOR I AUTOMOBILE SALESPERSON NISSAN - Fastest growing dealership in the area is seeking an honest hard working individual to start immediately. Customer service must be of utmost importance! Excellent salary and benefit package and unlimited opportunity for advancement. MARK ARBUCKLE - NISSAN 1080 Phila. St. 724-465-3100 * Fastest Growing Dealership In The Area * Hottest New Products In The Industry * Unlimited Earning Potential We retailed SO vehicles in the month of August with only 2 salespeople! We are a "non-system" dealership and uses no high pressure tactics. If you are an honest, dedicated and hardworking individual, there is no limit to your advancement or income. We provide a demonstrator, bonuses, benefits, and the most opportunity per salesperson anywhere! Apply in person! 1080 Philadelphia St. 724-465-3100 D.L. LOCKARD CONSTRUCTION Custom Concrete Work Ph. (814) 948-5443 U// Cleaning Servkes Chem-Dry Carpet Cleaning Is: •Cleaner. Drier, He-ilihicr • Hcahhv Jrjn «ish"ui the Mjan • Sate A; non-i"\ic • Dn in 10 hour-. CALL BRENDA AT CHEM-DRY* OF INDIANA & JEFFERSON COUNTIES 724-286-3044 085 Special Services COMMERCIAL Snow plowing. Call (724) 349-3770. HANDYMAN Genera! maintenance & minor repairs, fully insured. (724) 465-0297. LEE'S CONSTRUCTION New homes, garage, interior remodeling, decks, siding, soffit and fascia, shingle, metal...roofing, and siding.. Call 814-590-8799 or (724) 397-2212. R & R Tree Service, free estimates, insured, stump removal. (724) 455-7378 RAMAGE'S Excavating Complete sewer hookup's and septic repair. Insured over 14 years exp. Call (724) 463-7371. Thursday, Sept. 18, 2003 By Bernice Bede Osol Your possibilities for accumulative growth are quite strong in the year ahead. In fact, once you put your will to the tack, you could be quite a bit better off before your next birthday or anniversary rolls around. VIRGO (Aug. 23-SepL 22) — So long as you keep your demands on others within reasonable bounds today (instead of asking of them more than they are able to provide), the support you need will be there for you. LIBRA (Sept 23-OcL 23) — New ways of doing things can come about from being tired of doing difficult things. You are great today at figuring out better ways of making tough tasks easier. Put your ideas into action. SCORPIO (Oct. 24- Nov. 22) — No matter how uninterested you are, don't turn down an invitation today to do something where you can meet new people. A very pleasant surprise could be in store for you. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — Through collective effort, an unfavorable situation can be reversed today and put in good working order. This is especially true when a family effort pulls everyone together for a common cause. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19)—Try not to lock yourself into any involvement today that could hold you in one place all day long. Chances are you'll be in a restless mood and need multiple engagements to satisfy your needs. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 19) — It is to your benefit today to push a little harder at things or in situations that offer you financial promises. You should be lucky with money issues and could do quite well. PISCES (Feb. 20- March 20) — Your managerial qualities are quite effective today, because you know how to deal with people in ways that can get them to hold firm to the cause. None will resent your directives. ARIES (March 21- April 19) — Give your family members the same slack you give your Mends for their imperfections. Everyone is human and, as such, subject to making mistakes. Don't hold kin to a higher standard. TAURUS (April 20- May 20) — If you can, try to socialize today with a person who has connections in business matters that could help you. Once ~you win over his or her friendship, this individual will open doors for you. GEMINI (May 21- June 20)—Regardless of how the market starts out today, conditions that have a direct effect upon your material well-being will be encouraging again for you. Watch for signs in the afternoon hours. CANCER (June 21- July 22) —Although it may take a bit of creativity on your part today, dont put any restrictions on your probabilities. In order to accomplish your purposes, use some imaginative tactics. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22)—Lucky you—you could profit today through something that is largely from another's effort It will be interesting, yet strange how it all comes about Be alert for the opportunity. Copyright 2003, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. •Parts •Commercial & Residential •Your Authorized Genie Dealer •Linear Openers •Clopay & Haas Garage Doors ™ ' 4 SHARP* PAVING Blacktop driveways, parking lots. Residential & Commercial. Free estimates. We accept MC/Visa! Call (724) 354-3232 RESULTS! A PICTURE iS WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS! PLACEARCTURE WITH YOUR HOUSE AD FOR A ONETIME FEE OF $40.00 FOR THE PICTURE THAT'S ABSOLUTELY RIGHT Place your ''Home For Sate" in the Gazette Classifieds ~ sell it in four weeks or well run your ad FREE until your house is SOLD JUST FOLLOW THESE S EASY STEPSt I .) Let us help you write an ad describing your home. 2.) Minimum ad size is six lines. 3.) You agree to place your ad 4 days a week for 4 weeks (Thurs., Fri., Sat, Sun) 4.) You pay for your ad series in advance* 5.) If your home doesn't sell we'll continue to run your ad until it does. *m> refund after one week We Accept "'349-4949 Mon.-Fri. 8:00 - 5:00 Saturday 8 a.m. - noon

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