Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania on October 29, 2002 · Page 23
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Indiana Gazette from Indiana, Pennsylvania · Page 23

Indiana, Pennsylvania
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Tuesday, October 29, 2002
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(Sasctte CLASSIFIED Tuesday, October 29, 2002 — Page 23 (ASTROGRAPHO^O) 061 HeJp Wonted 061 Help Wonted 061 Help Wanted 081 Plastering Your Birthday Wednesday, Oct. 30,2003 By Bernice Bede Osol In situations where you were once content to be a follower, you may now find yourself striving to be a leader. Under your experienced hands, and armed with fresh ideas, everyone involved will benefit. SCORPIO (Oct. 24rNov. 22) — Through sound thinking, you can breathe new life into an enterprise that looked like a lost cause. You believed in it, and now you may realize the success you had always hoped it would become. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) — There's a strong possibility that you may get involved in a new crowd today that will prove to be a very.happy occurrence. These people are doers rather than dullard S: CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19) — Starting today, you will be able to advance your status in life if you apply yourself toward those ends. Set realistic goals and objectives and begin immediately to pursue them. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 19)—An experience you have today may immensely help broaden your outlook and perspective on life. A happier and wiser you could emerge from this new slant on life.that you discover. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20)—You may be invited to join in today on a joint endeavor that is presently underway. The foundation has already been laid, but you'll still be able to make a major contribution. ARIES (March 21-April 19) — There is strength in numbers, as today may prove. A partnership into which you enter at this time could turn out to be far more beneficial than anything you would undertake on your own. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) — Even though you may be given a larger range of responsibilities today than usual, you'll perform well and will receive rewards in proportion to your accomplishments. GEMINI (May 21-June 20)—Happy occurrences could be in the offing for you today pertaining to your social life and popularity. A couple of present relationships may also become more meaningful at this time. CANCER (June 21-July 22) — Today could mark the end of any discord you may have had in the household of late. Influences that have been affecting the unhappy situation will undergo solid constructive change. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) — Several ideas or proposals set forth by others today may provide you with some constructive elements that you will be able to incorporate into your own immediate plans. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22)—A marked improvement in your financial trends could begin starting today. Much of it will be due to the healthy way you approach your funds and obligations. LIBRA (Sept 2Mtet 23) — Plan your tomorrows with great care today, because ventures or endeavors you now undertake could have promising, long-term effects. What you envision will materialize. Copyright 2002, Newspaper Enterprise Assn. ADVERTISE IN THE CLASSIFIED! TO PLACE YOUR AD PHONE 349-4949 KITCHEN STAFF Now hiring kitchen staff, days and nights. Apply at the Coney. MODELS Seeking children from 2 years old through adults of all ages: Catalogs, commercial, TV. No experience necessary. Selections at 4p.m. or 6p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 2nd at Holiday Inn, Johnstown, 250 Market Street 570-558-7925,ext 402. NOW Accepting applications for sales position. Apply in person: * Mondays 2p.m.- 8p.m. * Thursdays 2p.m.- 6p.m. * Fridays 5p.m. - 8p.m. * Saturdays 12p.m.- 6p.m. Spotts Music Center 1781 Oakland Avenue Indiana, PA 15701 (724) 349-2515 NURSES AIDES Full time day, afternoon and midnight shifts. Benefits available. Apply in person at 468 South 13th Street, Indiana. PLASTERERS/ LABORERS Full time. Will train. Send resume to: Box 34 c/o The Indiana Gazette P.O. Box 10, Indiana, PA 15701. PORTABLE Toilet Company, Full time person. Duties include: Driver/Delivery and. shop. Good driving record. (724) 459-5680. Don't miss out- Read the Indiana Gazette. To subscribe , phone us at (724)465-5555 and ask for the circulation department. REGIONAL Flatbed carrier needs drivers. Late model conventional tractors, aluminum trailers with sidekits. Average income $31,000-$50,000 per year plus 100% company paid BCBS family plan, life insurance, disability insurance, eye care and vacation, 401 K, safety bonus and profit sharing. Average home time 1-2 nights per week and most weekends. Ph(724) 352-1270 RESIDENTIAL COMPANION/AIDE Full Time and Flexible Part Time positions assisting our developmentally/physically disabled clients with their daily living in a home environment. Valid PA Driver's License required. Excellent benefit package. Call Lifesteps for an interview at 1-800-225-2010 or 724-283-1010 or E-mail us at EOE/ADA ROOFING CREW LEADER Must have experience of running crew of up to 4 to 6 men in all phases of roofing, sof- fit, and gutters, immediate opening, excellent wages, apply at Zadravec Contracting, 1170-C Wayne Ave., Indiana, PA. SERVICE WRITER Assistant service writer needed for heavy duty truck shop. 40 hours per week (11:30a.m. to 8:00p.m. Monday thru Friday. Some Saturday mornings as needed. Applicant must be ambitious, reliable, work independently, and have good customer relations skills. Benefits. Pick up application or mail resume to: Perm View Equipment Co., Inc. (Service Writer) 3192 Route 22 Hwy East Blairsville, PA15717 SINGLE Or team drivers. Flatbed, van or reefer. Newer conventionals. Earn up to $0.38 per mile. Get paid the first week. Call J&R Schugel. 1-800-359-0101. Skilled Manufacturing Positions A local heavy equipment rebuilding company has the following openings. All positions require a High School diploma, a minimum of two year's trade experience, the ability to read and understand complex blueprints and diagrams, and be available to work a flexible work schedule. Applicants for consideration must possess hand tools required to perform responsibilities of the position. Electrical Assembler Must be an experienced panel board electrician. Mechanics - Must possess knowledge of gear boxes, hydraulic and piping diagrams. Welders - Must be able to fabricate from blue prints. Boring Mill Operators/General Machinists - CNC preferred. Qualified candidates should submit a resume with cover letter stating the desired position to: Box 39 c/o The Indiana Gazette P.O. Box 10, Indiana, PA 15701. EOE M/F/D/V FINDING the perfect home for you and your family can be a real chore. Look to the Gazette classified ads for a resource that lets you know what's for sale, what's for rent and where to call for the information you need. (DVD or VMS) WITH EVERY DODGE CARAVAN PURCHASE! IEPID SE #2D1134 •O2 DODGE DJUfOTft KSKTar #201047 MSRP S22.350 IfllSTAR DISC -SU47 FACI 10 DEAIIR CASH S3.SOO CDLLEGl GHflO - 5400 FINAL PRICE MSRP S16 125 IfllSTAfi DISC SI (U3 IACI lOmSIIR CASH S? SOU cniiici CHAD S*Dfl FINAL PRICE! ;;; K FRISIAR DISC SI.9JI IAC! IODFHIFB CASH V SOU COtliCI SRAO $100 •O2 UEEP WnUUHiLEII X (K2J943 •02 BODGE CJUMWJUI F.W.D. US«P S1I.111 IRISMfl DISC SI OT7 MCI 10 DIAliR CASH Sib COtlfGI* CHAD 1400 MIIIIAAV HIS SbOO M s R r. s;n tso IRISIAfl OISC SI 13] wet in OIHIR CASH 57 5M comci GBAO smo FINAL PRICE FINAL PRICE SPECIAL FINANCING AND AIL PRICES AND PAYMtNTS WITH AFTflOWD CflEDIT. TAX 6 LICENSE FEES EXCLUDED. WITH APPROVED CREDIT. ALi PRICES 6 PMTS REFLECT AIL REBATES AND INCf NTMS TO OEAlEfl. INCLUDING MOO. COLLEGE CHAD. HOURS: Mnriu - friitj 1:81 «.». - 8:09 f.m.: Saturday 1:90 a.m. - 4:00 p.n. RT. 22, BLAIRSVILLE REGISTER TO WIN STEELERS TICKETS/ ANNIVERSARY KENBBELL BELL. PITTSBURGH STEELERS 'O2 FORD FOCUS SON #2F7G8 •O2 FORD ZM2 COUPE #2F543 •02 FMO NUIGBl S.C. 4X4 #3PGC2G9 FORD F-150 SlfCIAL FINANCING AND All PltlCES AND PAYMENTS WITH APPROVED CREEKT. TAX 6 LICENSE FEES EXClUOf 0. PAYMENTS BASED ON J2.000 CASH DOWN OR TRADE EQUiTY ALL IfUCES ft PMTS. RERECTAU.REBATESANO INCENTIVES TOO£Al£R.INCLUOINGS400.COLLEGEG«AD. HOURS: Man. - Fri. 9:00 a.m. - 8:00 p.m.; Sat. 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. trm &« A v-mo-t: SUNDAY Carriers needed immediately for the Indiana Gazette. Blairsville area. (724) 459-7600. WAITRESS/VVaiter Needed Apply within, Blue Ridge Restaurant, Blairsville. WAITRESSES Needed for dayshift. Apply in person. 11 South 7th Street, Indiana. 062 Work Wanted .COMMERCIAL SNOW PLOWING SERVICES (724) 349-3770 HANDYMAN For hire, general maintenance/minor repairs, (724) 465-0297. RUSTY'S TREE SERVICE Call 724-465-41-12. WILL Assist the elderly with housecleaning, grocery shopping, running errands and more. References available. For interview phone (724) 349-6304. 063 Child Care AROUND The Clock Toybox - Provides quality childcare 24/7/365, includes meals and activities. Call JoAnn at 724-463-9329. MOTHER Of two and have been doing child care out of my Armagh home for three years. I have two available openings and do have clearances. If interested call Patsy at (814)446-6977. RUFFNER'S FAMILY DAYCARE Now accepting children for day, evening and over night care. Meals included. 6 years experience, mother of three. (724)254-1543. 067 Building Repairs A&A Home Improvements: Lowest bids on roofing, siding, room additions, garages. Serving Indiana Co. 23 years. Call (724) 463-1060. M.C. HOME CENTER Complete line of building and remodeling supplies with material showroom. Insured, quality installation available. Ph (724) 397-2370. 072 Excavating & Septic EXCAVATING All types-M.C. Home Center Backhoe and bulldozer Call (724) 397-2370 073 Concrete & Masonry D.L. LOCKARD CONSTRUCTION Custom Concrete Work Ph.(814)948-5443 CLASSIFIED CLUTTER ADVERTISING... SELL YOUR STUFF FAST. This advertising is for items with a selling price of S50 or less. There are some guidelines to follow. You must include the price of the item in your ad. One item one price per ad. No ads will be taken by phone. Watch for the special classified clutter form which appears periodically in the Indiana Gazette. When the item is sold mail us 10% of the selling price For more details on this program call the Indiana Gazette Classified department...724-349-4949 LAWN-FARM GARDEN CENTER 114 Farm Equipment For Sale BUSH Hog 256 for sale. Call (724) 357-8253. 1 _ . Farm Products I O For Sale HAY Round bales, kept inside. 812. per bale. Call (724) 254-4470/ 254-9239. 1 A/I Christmas Trees I 2O For Sale TREES WANTED To cut for holiday greens. Overgrown Fraser, Douglas or Concolor Fir. Call (724) 539-3226 or (800) 332-1200. Anytime. NEED A JOB??? $$ EASY MONEY $$ DAILY PAYOUTS FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING FUN WORKING ENVIRONMENT FULL TIME AND PART TIME Positions are going fast!!! Call today for your personal interview 724-465-8465 OR STOP BY TODAY Located in the Indiana Mail Next to Bon-Ton tndrecig' e.o e m<f.d/v McCLURE Plastering and Drywall, Finishing and Repair. Since 1971. (724) 422-6975 or (412) 289-6393. c BRIDGE 085 Special Services ALL Seasons - Painting and landscaping services. Interior painting, exterior painting, one story only. Raking leaves, hauling. Fully insured, reasonable rates. Call (724) 464-0896. BILL'S Excavating- backhoe, dozer, dump truck. Free estimates. Ph (724) 349-1354. DECORATIVE STONES DECORATIVE MULCHES SCREENED TOPSOIL Other Landscaping Supplies We Deliver All Quantities Guaranteed Largest Selection KREVEL SUPPLY 724-254-0403 * SHARP PAVING* Blacktop driveways, parking lots. Residential & Commercial. Free estimates. We accept MC/Vlsa! Call (724) 354-3232 *COAL/FIREWOOD* All Sizes Anthracite And Bituminous Coals. High Btu's Low Ash *S!ab Split Firewood Available KREVEL SUPPLY 724-254-0403 SCREENED TOPSOIL Tree & Stump Removal, R&R walls, Tan Bark, Land Clearing, Excavating. Bob's Tree Service, (724) 397-2885. North A K J 10 V K 6 5 » Q 6 5 * A 6 5 4 West East A 6 4 3 2 A A 5 V A 2 ¥ Q 4 3 » J 10 9 8 » 7 43 2 A Q 7 3 * J IU 9 8 South A Q 9 8 7 V J 10 0 3 7 » A K * K 2 Dealer: North Vulnerable: North-South Soulh West North East 1 * Pass 1 V Pass 1 NT Pass 2 A Pass 3 * Pass 4 V Pass Pass Pass Opening lead: f J 086 Health & Fitness THE Woods Spa Gift Certificates for all occasions. (724)349-2192. 091 Public Sales XAUCTIONX WED. OCT. 30TH 5P.M. NOVOSEL CIVIC CENTER INDIANA, PA 1/4 Mile off 422 bypass adjacent State Police 78 Lincoln Mark V, 57K, 10" trailer, elect push weed trimmer, Ariens snowblower, side by side refridge, sectional sofa, 10 pc Oak dining room suite, 4 pc Dep bdr suite, bunkbed, 10 gun cabi- net.Oak desk & swivel rocker, cedar chest, 4 pc modern bdr suite, wrought iron fireside bench, Mah tilt top table, 7'6 S/S table w/sink, Ig outdoor wishing well, chair lift, fishing rods, musical instruments, Oak Seth Thomas school house type clock, old weathervane, Wagner waffle iron, Currier & Ives lamps, Fiesta, WG, Dep, Fenton & other nice glassware, sm appliances, Wyandotte pop gun, banks, crock jug, pictures, black Americana items, Tools & much more TERMS: Cash or PA check w/proper ID Estate of Norman F. Sawyer Donna lee Sawyer-Hoffman Exectrix AUCTIONEERS: COL RICH NOVOSEL & FRAZIER 724-463-1530 AU-3428-L AU-1402-L Tuesday, Oct. 29,2002 An American magazine from Israel By Phillip Alder The second independently published American magazine is Bridge Today. It started in Jamaica, Queens, but moved to Israel when the editors, Pamela and Matthew Granovetter, emigrated. It has a varied content, but aims squarely at the tournament player. This deal from Peter Kichline contains a good lesson. Look at only the North and East hands. Against four hearts, your partner (West) leads the To subscribe to the Indiana Gazette phone 465-5555... Ask for the circulation dept. diamond jack. South wins with his ace and runs the heart jack to your queen. What would you do now? After North's one-no- trump rebid, Smith's two-spade reverse announces four spades, five hearts and game- forcing values. (True, he might be 4r6 or 5-6 in the majors, but the hearts must be longer than the spades. With 5-5, South would have responded one spade, not one heart.) A natural reaction for you is either to return a diamond (lead back partner's suit) or to switch to the club jack (hoping for fertile soil there). However, first stop and ask yourself about declarer's trump holding. Could he have ace-jack-10-fifth? It is highly unlikely, because the normal play with that combination is low to dummy's king, followed by a second-round finesse through East. If South is a reliable declarer, he will have the given suit. So, you should make the unnatural-looking shift to the ace and another spade. Then, when West wins with his heart ace, he can give you a spade ruff to defeat the contract. For full details about the magazine, log onto Copyright 2002, Ncivspa- per Enterprise Assn. THE INDIANA GAZETTE is now online. Our Web site is www.indianagazette .com THE DINER NOW HIRING • Manager . • Line Cooks • Wait Staff • Dishwashers Must Apply In Person 1176 Grant St., Indiana Wed., Oct. 3D through Fri., Nov. 1 11 a.m.-4 p.m. 094 Baby Needs For Sale JENNY Lind style crib (with mattress) and changing table. Maple (brown). Asking 5150. Call (724) 478-2569. NIGHT r OWLS! ' S 200 SIGN-ON BONUS Do you prefer working nights and having your days free? i • We have the job for you! * NEW Hourly Rate of $7.00* Potential 1st year earnings of $28.000 to $40,000 Take the first step towards a new career by calling us at 724-465-8465 Open for appointments Sam-Spm As ii preeminent, charitable long-term health c.ire facility, Itathtan Home values deeply UK: responsibility that families place in us. Since 1921, we as ;i professional care-giving Family have worked closely lojiRlher io provide the best skilled & intermediate levels of care. We are singularly focused on preserving our residents' dignity while attending Io Itielr physical, emotional & spiritual needs. We seek responsible, compassionate & patient individuals for the following positions: Registered Staff Nurse 1 F/T, 6:30 a.m to 2:30 p.m. 1 P/T, 10:30 p.m. to 6:30 a.m. * Starting Kate of $17.75 Wo seek an exceptionally skilled. PA-rcgtslcrucl nurse to assist nursing unit supervisor in total resident care & in unit in.inagemcnL With your ahililies & enthusiastic, colfnhorativo .spirit, yon will lidp create nil atmosphere conducive to growth & rehabilitation. Dutius include reviewing resident care plans; mnintaininj! records/charts; requisitioning supplies; & performing/supervising resident care. Must he a graduate of an approved school of nursing. Kxperience with geriatric residents desired; supervisor)' experience preferred. Licensed Practical Nurse 1 F/T, 2:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. 1 P/T, 2:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. * Starting Rate of $13.25 In tliis vital role, yon will assist charge nurse in providing nonprofcssioual & some professional nursing care. Duties include niainliiining records; carrying out rcsloralive/rchabililalive program; recording enre/charting; & monitoring ancillary personnel performance. Must In: a graduate of an approved practical Einrsing course & licensed In practice in PA. Experience preferred; ability Io nnlicipate needs/moods of gerialric residents helpful. Certified Nurses Aides 2 F>T, 2:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. P/T, All Shifts * Starting Rate of $8.20 Individuals will assist nursing personnel in olfering nonprofessionat nursing rare & technical nursing services. You will offer general AM/PM resident care; attend to daily/personal needs; & prepare residents for lests/X-rays. Completion of Rcgisiered Nursing Aide course or PA Nurses Aide registration required, plus IIS diploma or GRD. Hospital or nursing tiome experience preferred. Ability to anticipate geriatric resident needs/moods helpful. As we build relationships together, Ficthten Home works to exceed the expectations of the residents & families involved. Including yours. Nestled in spectacular l.igonier Valley, we offer a world of natural & cultural riches, plus comprehensive benefits like health/dental, 90% employer paid family coverage, 403(b) plan, tuition reimbursement, vacation/holiday & personal/sick pay. Forward your resume/ .salary requirements (or call 724-238-6711 & ask for Marilyn Toner): Bethlen Home, Attn: Mike Walker, 125 Kalassay Dr., Ligonier, PA 15658; e-mail:; fax: 724-238-3175. Strong relationships flourish through and kindness EOF. M/F/D/V -

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