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Indiana, Pennsylvania
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Poge 34 —Wednesday. June 12, 1985 / Shane advocates ending PUC's carriage regulations PERSONALS HARRISBURG (AP) — Burdened by complex issues such as nuclear power plant costs and divestiture in the telephone industry, the Public Utility Commission may give up regulating horse-and-buggy transportation. The panel has directed its legal staff to propose a policy that would exclude horse-drawn carriage services, rickshaw rides and other nonessential transportation operations from its jurisdiction. -'With all the monumental issues we. have to grapple with, we shouldn't have to deal with stuff like this," Commissioner Bill Shane, an advocate of buggy deregulation, said Tuesday. The commission began overseeing horse-drawn carriages 10 years ago, when entrepreneurs saw a market fojr hoofpower on Philadelphia's historic streets during the Bicentennial and applied to the PUC for permits, said Peter Marzolf of the PUC's Bureau of Non-Rail Transportation. -The PUC apparently decided to relgulate the vehicles "to keep the sleazebags out" of the business, Shane said. The industry grew statewide and now some 10 carriage companies are regulated under the Public Utility Code, which oversees transit services providing in-state trips, said Charles Hofmann, the PUC's chief counsel. But the law was intended for carriers offering essential transportation services, like taxis, buses and limousines, Marzolf said. Horse- drawn buggys are "amusement" rides which are never used "to get from point 'A' to point 'B,'" Marzolf said. Carriages "simply are not .necessary for the transportation of the public," Shane said. The commission last week directed its legal staff to propose the new policy. At the time Shane noted a recent case in which a carriage operator used the commission's jurisdiction to try to block a rival by challenging whether there was a "need" for the new service., The applicant was "forced to ex- pend time and money" in defending his application, spending resources which "could have been better spent providing service to the public," Shane said. The commission was similarly burdened, he said. Under present policy, a carriage service must demonstrate fitness to operate and need for the service. Approval, however, is virtually automatic as long as there are no objections and the operator has insurance coverage, Marzolf said. Carriages also must conform to state transportation regulations which require a reflecting orange triangle on the back of all carriages and lights, Marzolf said. Horse-drawn transit services are licensed to operate in Philadelphia, Erie, Harrisburg, New Hope and Lancaster County. The PUC was prepared to issue a permit for a proposed rickshaw service in Philadelphia a few years ago, but the service never got off the ground, Marzolf said. v- NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Zoning Hearing Board for Zoning Appeals of the Borough of Indiana win hold a Public Hearing on Wednesday. June 26. 1985. at 7:30 P:M_. in the Council Room of the Municipal Building at 80 North 8th Street, Indiana. Pennsylvania, as provided by the Zoning Ordinance for the following appeals: 1. Bowen Enterprises. Inc. — For a Special Use Permit to install a bakery at 525 Nixon Avenue. The retail sales section of the Ordinance to be satisfied with r-counter retail sales and/or the -catering service. This is located in the C-l Zone District. 2- Indiana County.Group Homes. Inc. — For a Special Use Permit to occupy the dwelling at 732 School Street as a Group Honie for five (5> men. Vari• •anees must also be considered for the totallot size and width of the lot This is located in the R-4 Zone District. 3. James E. Burke — For a Special Use Permit at 1300 Oakland Avenue I Carriage House) for the use of sun-tanning equipment and aerobic dance classes. This is located in the R- 4 Zone District. "All persons, interested either in fa- vor'or opposed to the granting of the above by the Zoning Hearing Board, are hereby notified to be present at said time and place and they will be heard. The Zoning Hearing Board is authorized by the provisions of the said" Ordinance to either grant or denj-these appeals. Zoning Hearing Board for Zoning Appeals • •" • Howard Abrams Secretary '. , " 6/I2.6.19X NOTICE T -Indiana County Group Homes. .^nc t is accepting bids for the following: 2 televisions. 3 office style storage cabinets. 2 portable kitchen cab- jnets. 2 stoves, 1 dishwasher. 1 vacuum. 1 stairway/hall carpet installed. For specifications call Indiana County Group Homes, Inc. at 349..•1420. Bids are due June 17. 1985 at " Indiana County Group Homes. Inc.. "Suite #2. Rend Building, South Sev- "ehth Street, Indiana. PA 15701. -.-,•' 6f4.6ff.6n2x .NOTICE: All legal ad- '"vertisements must be in "Gazette office two (2) days prior to publication. CLASSIFIED ADS Rotes — Information FAMILY RATES ALL CLASSIFICATIONS NON-COMMERCIAL ADVERTISING ONLY ' UNES 6 DAYS 3 DAYS 1 DAY -"• 3 6.66 4.32 1.95 <-4 8.88 5.76 2.60 5 11,10 7.20 3.25 Business or Commercial rates available upon request. A 3-line minimum rate applies tto^all Family and Business Classifications. Memorial, Cards of -Thanks, Situations Wanted and Personals — Cash in advance. All Classified Display rates, are .available upon request. Classified Contracts available. _— CORRECTIONS — .Each advertiser is urged to read .his ad for corrections the first day of publication. The Gazette is responsible only for errors 'made the first day. - — DEADLINES — "-' 2 P.M. MOB. thru Fri. 12 Noon Sat. •'..'. for Monday Edition — CANCELLATIONS — - 2 P.M. Mon. thru Fri. 12 Noon Sat. for Monday Edition WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO EDIT, REJECTOR CLASSIFY All COPY. Ph. (412) 349-4949 Ph.(814)938-3333 Ph. (412) 459-8800. QUALIFIED workers are not hard to find when you advertise your job vacancies with a 'Help Wanted' ad. To place an ad, simply dial (412) 349.4949 or. (814) 938-3333. NOTICE The County of Indiana will receive bids for BOILER REPLACEMENT WORK at the Indian Haven Nursing Home until 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday. June 26. 1985. at which time they will be opened and read aloud. Proposed forms of contract documents, including plans and specifications are oh file at the office of the architect. James H. Kring and Brian Kring. 1534 Luzerne St. Ext.. Johnstown. PA 15905 I Phone: 814/293-4149). A certified check or bank draft, payable to the County of Indiana. U.S. Government bonds, or a satisfactory bid 'bond executed by the bidder and acceptable sureties in an amount equal to ten ilOi percent of the bid shall be submitted with each bid. Bids to be submitted to the Indiana County Commissioners' Office, Courthouse. Indiana. PA 15701. and marked BOILER REPLACEMENT on the face of the ehvelope. The successful bidder will be required to furnish and pay for satisfactory performance and payment bond or bonds. The County of Indiana reserves the right to reject any or all bids or to waive an v informalities in the bidding. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of thirty (30) days subsequent to the opening of bids without the consent of the County of Indiana. INDIANA COUNTY COMMISSIONERS James E. McQuown Beatrice L. Stales AnthonyS. Hewitt ATTEST: Helen C. Hill Chief Clerk 6/8.6/12.6/17X NOTICE DEPARTMENT OF GENERAL SERVICES BUREAU OF TECHNICAL SUPPORT 18TH AND HERR STREETS HARRISBURG, PA. NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bid Date—Thurs.. Jalv 11,1985 Opening— 2.-00 P.M.,~E.D.T. Sealed bids for FLOOD CONTROL PROJECT — PINE CREEK. PA.. WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE OFFICE OF THE SUPT.. ROOM 219. PITTSBURGH STATE OFFICE BLDG.. 300 LIBERTY AVE., PITTSBURGH. PA. 15222. for the following contract: Contract No. D.G.S. 180-30.1 — Gen. Const.. Guaranty $40,000.00. Payable to the Comm. of Pa. (Certified check, bank cashiers' check or D.G.S. bid bond form I PROPOSED DATE OF COMPLETION: 220 CALENDAR DAYS FROM DATE OF AWARD OF CONTRACT. Description: Construct 700 ft. of diversion channel, on the west side of Rt. 8 and a levee 500 ft. in length. Work includes common excavation, rock excavation and riprap. $50.00 deposit per set by prime contractors for plans and specs payable to the Green International, Inc., 504 Beaver St., Sewickley, Pa. 15143. Refundable upon receipt of bid and return of plans and specs within 15 days after bid opening. Plans and specs may be reviewed without charge at the Dept. of General Services, Room 217. Arsenal Bldg. For names of those who have secured plans and specs call 412-7612770. Walter Baran, Secretary ISSUED: JUNE 12,1985 6/12.6/18,6i24x NOTICE SERENE and SERENE Attorneys-At-Law NOTICE OF GRANT OF LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION Letters of Administration on the Estate of DARIO CAVACINI, Late of the Borough of Saltsburg, Indiana County, deceased, having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against said estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are requested to make prompt payment. Anthony Cavacini and RitaSudick Administrators of the Estate of Dario Cavaci. deceased 622 Market Street Saltsburg Pennsylvania 15681 5/29,6/5,6/12x NOTICE "The Punxsutawney Area School' District is requesting bids for regular gasoline and diesel fuel for their school bus operations for the 1385-86 school year. All bidders must be Pennsylvania-registered distributors. Tax exempt certificates will be provided. Instructions to bidders and specifications can be obtained by contacting Nicholas J. DelRosso, Business Manager, Punxsutawney Area School District, P.O. Box 478, Punxsutawney, PA 15767. Sealed bids will be accepted until 1:00 p.m., Friday, June 21, 1985. The School Board reserves the right to accept or reject any oral! bids." • Nicholas J. DelRosso Business Manager 5/23,6/5,6/12* NUTll'E Mine Drainage Permit No.: 3279114 Mining Permit No.: 100164-3279114-03-0 4 100164-3279114-03-1 Township: Montgomery County: Indiana Notice is hereby given that The Arcadia Company. Inc. has requested a bond release from the Department of Environmental Resources. Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the bond held by the Department for the mining site covered by Mining Permit No. 100164-3279114-03-0 and 03-1. issued December 1. 1982, in Montgomery Township. Indiana County, PA. The site is located approximately 800 feet north of Arcadia. PA. on the east side of PA Rt. 286. on the lands of Edward and Vivian Hecmanczuk. The total number of acres affected by the proposed bond release is 7.9. the total amount of bond presently In affect on this permit is S8.200.00. The total amount of bond requested to be released is $5,125.00. The following is a brief summary of reclamation work done on this site, completed on May 23.1984: The area has been limed, fertilized and seeded using tree seedlings and permanent grasses (Stage III. The bond release is requested pursuant to 4(di of the Surface Mining Conservation and Reclamation Act. Act of. May 31. 1945. P.L. 1198. as amended. Section 4idi of the Act requires that this notice be inserted in one newspaper of general circulation in this "area, once a week for four successive weeks. This section of the Act also allows any person who has an interest which is or may be adversely affected by this bond release to object to this bond release by filing a written objection to it within 30 days from the date of the final publication of notice. Any person who desires to object to this proposed bond release should write to: Department of Environmental Resources, R.D. 3. Wilmore Road. P.O. Box 625. Ebensburg. PA 15931, by July 19,1983. The objection must include your name, address, telephone number and a brief statement as to the nature of your objection. The application, plans and other data concerning this operation for which this bond release is requested are available for public inspection at the Department of Environmental Resources at the above address, between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. 329,6/5,6/12,6/19X NOTICE Public notice is hereby given that Kraynak Coal Company, R.D. 1, Box 51, Mahaffey. PA 15757. has submitted a mine drainage permit application to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources for a new surface mine in Grant and Montgomery Townships, Indiana County. The proposed operation, to be identified as the Kraynak #1 Operation, is located two and one half (2%) miles northwest of Hillsdale, west of T-934 and north of T-543. on the lands of E. Brady and T. Kraynak. The proposed operation can be seen on the Rochester Mills USGS 7V4 Minute Quadrangle. The proposed operation will discharge treated mine drainage into an unnamed tributary of Rairigh Run. A copy of this application is on file for public review at the Indiana County Soil Conservation Service, R.D. 3. Box 243B, Indiana, PA 15701. Written comments, objections or requests for conferences on the application must be submitted to the Department of Environmental Resources, Bureau of Mining & Reclamation, R.D. 3. Wilmore Road, P.O. Box 625, Ebensburg, PA 15931, within 30 days following the fourth and final publication of this notice. 5as.6a.6fl2.sn9x NOTICE "The 1985-86 Proposed Budget for the Blairsville-Saltsburg School District is available for public inspection in the Administration Office, 195 North Walnut Street, Blairsville, Pennsylvania, or the office of the High School Principal, 84 Trojan Lane, Saltsburg, Pennsylvania. The Blairsville-Saltsburg School Board proposes to adopt this budget at a Special meeting to be held on June 24, 1985, at 7:30 P.M., at the Blairsville Junior High School, 195 North Walnut Street, Blairsville, Pennsylvania. Helen H. Joyce Sec./Bus. Mgr." 5/29, 615, 6/12x NOTICE Barbor & Barter, Attorneys EXECUTOR'S NOTICE Letters Testamentary on the Estate of MILDRED Y. STUTZMAN, . a/k/a MILDRED STUTZMAN, Late of White Township, Indiana County, PA, deceased having been granted the undersigned, those having claims against said estate are requested to present them duly authenticated for settlement, and those knowing themselves to be indebted are requested to make prompt payment. Ralph R. Stutanan Executor 711 Stutzman Road Indiana, PA 15701 5/29,65,6/12 SUNSHINE NOTICES 002 MARION Center School Board — Marion Center School Board will hold a special meeting for general purposes June 24, 1985 at 8:00 p.m. in the Administration Building, Richard L. Schrecengost. INMEMORIAMS aw In ioving birthday mem* ory of our Dear little son. Chad Esfon Harper who would have been 5 years old today, passed away December 19, 1983. This would have been your day honey. With balloons and cake and family and friends; We miss your big blue eyes. And beautiful smiling face. He was just a little fellow. Who couldn't stay long with us here; We often sit and think of you. And all the joy you brought us here. A happy home we once enjoyed. How sweet the memories Still; But death has left a loneliness. The world can never fill. The days and years of life roll on. But still the vacant bed and chair; Recalls the love the voice the smile. Of one who once was there. Our minds are full of questions. We often wonder why; But God holds all the answers. So on him we will rely. Sad and lonely are the hearts that loved you. We will always love and miss you. Honey. Sadly missed by Mommy and Daddy, Brothers, Grandparents and all who loved him dearly. LOST & FOUND oos FOUND — Airport Rd., Airedale pup, 5 mo. old male, brown & black. Ph. 465-7352. LOST long haired black female kitten in Parkwood area. Reward. Please Ph. 465-7470. LOST — White Gold wedding band at Homer City Little League Field. Ph. 479-8730. LOST — 2 Walker Fox dogs, male and female, June 4, Rochester Mills area. Phone 286-9116 or 397-2130. LOST — 3 yr. old female long haired Calico cat, lost in the N. 8th St. area. Answers to Puddy. $25 reward. Phone Nancy Lindh at 349-4088 or 349-2900. PERSONALS 007 DEBT RELIEF Bankruptcy & alternatives. Attorney David D. DeAngelis. Free consultation. For recorded message dial 412281-1217. NOVENA to St. Jude — O Holy St. Jude, Apostle and Martyr, great in virtue and rich in miracles, near Kinsman of Jesus Christ, faithful intercessor of all who invoke your special patronage in time of need, to you I have recourse from the depth of my heart and humbly beg to whom God has given such great power to come to my assistance. Help me in my present urgent petition. In return, I promise to make your name known, and cause you to be invoked. Say three Our Fa- theri, three Hail Marys and Glorias. Publication must be promised. St. Jude pray for us and all who invoke your aid. Amen. This Novena has never been known to fail. I have had my requests granted. This Novena must be said for 9 consecutive days. : DIVORCES $175 total fee. No fault. Filed locally. Stay at home. No travel required. Attorney David D. DeAngelis, 1300 Law & Finance Building, Pittsburgh, Pa. 15219. Write or call collect: 412-2324)306 INSTRUCTIONS 009 SUMMER Music Fun — Beginning private piano and violin lessons, experienced teacher. Pre-school and up. Ph. 349-5616. SPECIAL NOTICES 012 GAZETTE CLASSIFIED PHONE 349-4949 HOURS: 8-5, Mon. thru Fri. 8-12 Noon, Saturday NOTE: AH classified advertising must be received before 2 p.m. the day prior to publication. Monday deadline is 12 Noon, Saturday. IS your club or community group looking for a fast fund raiser that benefits everyone involved? For details, write to System 48-Plus, R.D. 1, Marion Center, PA 15759. OBEDIENCE Class — June 18, 1985 at Mack Park, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m., every Tuesday night for 8 consecutive weeks. Fee, $25. Requirements, dogs 6 month or older must have up to date vaccination certificate, must have 6 ft. cotton web or leather leash and choke chains. Sponsored by Faithful Furry Faces 4-H Group. Proceeds will be donated to Four Footed Friends. For more information, Ph. Eleanor, at 349-4075. OLD Ambrose Store: Special handmade gifts. Phone 397-2374. • STRAWBERRY Festival, mini bazaar and bake sole at the Community' Center Building, 9th and Phila. Streets, Sat-, June 15, noon to 3 p.m. INVESTMENTS on OWN your own business. Join the fastest growing tool company in the business. Mac- Tools has a proven method. Financing available to qualified applicants. Some investment capitol required. Distributorship available in Indiana/Blairsville. For more information, Ph Carl Baumeister 814-696-3746 OWN your own jean- sportswear, ladies.apparel, childrens, large size, combination store, accessories. Jor- dache. Chic, Lee, Levi, Easy Street, Izod, Esprit, Tomboy, Calvin Klein, Sergio Valente, Evan Picone, Liz Claiborne, Members Only, Organically Grown, Gasoline, Healthtex, over 1000 others. SI 3,300 to $24,900 inventory, training, fixtures, grand opening, etc. Can open 15 days. Mr. Loughlin 612-888-4228. employment HELP WANTED 021 AREA Supervisors needed to hire, train, and manage toy and gift party plan personal. Top pay plus bonuses. Work from your home. Free training, sample kit, and supplies. Call collect 412-287-8520. ATTENTION Homemakers and .others, who have 10-15 flexible hours per week, earn up to $60-100 per week, car and phone necessary. Phone 783-7509 from 4-7 p.m. only. BARTENDERS/Barmaids— Experienced only. Phone Falbo's II, 459-5226. CAREER opportunity for experienced salesperson. Earn $25,000 to ?. Benefits. For appointment, phone 349-5544, 422 Mobile Homes Sales, Indiana, PA. CARPENTERS — Framing and trim, 10-15 needed immediately. $8-$10 per hr. plus overtime. Must be willing to travel or relocate to Maryland. Write to: Carpenters, P.O. Box 85, Indiana, PA. 15701. CHILD care needed in our home in Indiana, beginning August 1, 1985. S'/i month old little boy. Must have references. Write to Box O-82, % Indiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, Indiana, Pa. 15701. CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE For New Durable Medical Equipment Company in Armstrong County. A knowledge of third party billing, oookeeping and good communicative skills required. Must be capable of working with minimum supervision. Write, including salary requirements to Box P-85, %lndiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, Indiana, Pa. 15701. EXPERIENCED cooks, waiters or waitresses. Apply Blue Ridge Restaurant, Rte. 22 in Blairsville. EXPERIENCE Office Worker — Port-time. Applications being taken at K-Mart Cafeteria, Indiana Mall, between 10 - d 11 a.m., Thursday, June 13. HELP WANTED 021 LIBRARY — Indiana Unjverjjjy of Pennsylvania invites applications for an Instructor for the Library for «he Fall Semester, 1985. ALA accredited MLS required. University reference experience preferred. DIALOG search capability required. Duties include general reference, general library instruction, DIALOG searching, collection department, supervision of student assistants. Some evening and weekend hours are required. Send letter of application, resume and transcripts by July 26, 1985 to: Mr. Richard R. Chamberlin, Chairperson, Search Committee, Library/Media Resources, Stapleton Library, (UP, Indiana, PA 15705. IUP is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. LICENSED, Registered nurses needed for challenging new positions on all shifts. Reply to Box L-46, %lndiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, Indiana, Pa. 15701. ; UFE Guard — Part-time for apartment complex. Phone 349-8831. FOOD and Nutrition — Indiana University of Pennsylvania invites applications for a temporary, 3 /t time faculty position in the Food and Nutrition Department for the Fall Semester only. Duties include teaching undergraduate courses in normal and clinical nutrition. Possibility of other graduate and undergraduate courses as qualified. Other responsibilities include student advisement and committee work. Master's degree required. R.D. and Ph.D. preferred. One degree must be nutrition related with graduate course "work in' nutrition. Teaching experience preferred. Send resume, including educational preparation and professional experience, three letters* of reference, official transcripts, verification of American Dietetic Association registration, (if applicable), and a statement as to where you learned of this position to: Rita M. Johnson, Search, Department of Food and Nutrition, IUP, Indiana, PA 15705. All application materials should be submitted by July 15, 1985. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. IUP is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. FOOTBALL Coaches — Penns Manor Area School District Jr. High ond Varsity Asst I. Send letter to Peter Previte, High School Principal, PMASD, R.D.'2, Clymer PA 15728. GARDEN ER/Handyman to do yard work. Experience necessary. Send resume to Box O- 83, %lndiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, Indiana, PA. 15701. GOOD responsible person wanted for part-time cleaning position. Phone 465-7008. HAIRSTYLIST Wanted — Clien- tel necessary. Full or part- time. Phone 349-4247. HOUSEKEEPER to work 2 days per week. General household duties. References required. Send resume to Box O- 84, %lndiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, Indiana, PA. 15701. IMMEDIATE good paying vacancies with local National Guard unit. Three months of full time training pays $1,750.00, then one weekend per month starting at $5.17 per hour. $4,000 education assistance or $2,000 cash bonus if qualified. Call SFC Randy Wells at 465-4113. JANITORIAL COUPLE Part-time, 5 evenings per week, 2 hours per evening. Office cleaning. Homer City area. Phone 746-1539 HELP WANTED 02. UVE-in companion needed in Homer City, from Fri.eve- ning to Sun. evening. Light house work. Room, board and salary. Ph 479-2536 LPN wanted to work part-time, evenings and/or weekends. Please phone Eastern Orthodox Foundation, Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., 349-4821. OPERATIONS MANAGER For New Durable Medical Equipment Company in Armstrong County. Knowledge of home care equipment, its maintenance and inventory control essential- Write, including tjary requirements to Box P-86 %lndiana Gazette, P.O. Box 10, Indiana, Pa. 15701 HELP WANTED PART-Time Clerk/typist — Shelocta. Person need for part- time clerical position begining July 22, 8 hrs. per wk. (flexible schedule), $3.91 per hr. Duties include: data entry, filing, typing, etc. EOE. Please send resume to: Armstrong-Indiana Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc., R.D. 1 Box 10, Shelocto, PA. 15774 by June 24. RAPIDLY expanding real estate company has. opening for four salespeople. Must be self- starters and hard workers. Call George . Novosel, President, INDIANA REALTY CORP., 349-5400. SCHOOL Psychologist — (190 days per school year); PA certification in Public School Psychology required. Salary negotiable, based on educd-" tion and experience as a School Psychologist. Provide diagnostic and consultative services to school-aged children enrolled in public schools. Apply to: Dr. Donna Smith, Supervisor of Psychological and Health-Related Services', AR1N Intermediate Unit #28, Box 175, Shelocta, PA 15774; 412-354-3 111. Effective August 27, 1985. Application deadline June 28, 1985. - . STAFF PHARMACIST 218 bed community hospital is seeking a full-time or part-time Pharmacist, PA Registered or eligible, with hospital experience preferred. Progressive pharmacy services include a complete IV Admixture and Unit Dose System along with a Medical Oncology and Home IV Therapy Program. Excellent salary, benefits and working environment. Send resume to: Personnel Relations, Armstrong, County.- Memorial Hospital, RD 8 Box'50, Kittanning, PA. 16201. EOE. WANTED Secretary, full time, experience required, bookkeeping, payroll taxes, monthly statements, typing, filing, general office work, give references. Reply to Box N-63, %.lndiona Gazette, P.O. Box 10 Indiana PA 15701. MANAGER TRAINEE 7-ELeven Food Stores, the world's largest convenience store chain is seeking an aggressive individual to join our management team. Qualified applicants should have o successful background in management. Phone or write Rich Nay- duch in care of 7-Eleven Food Stores, 1409 Duncan Ave., Pittsburgh, Pa. 15237, 412-367-8150. EOE/MF/H/V. > WANTED experienced person to care for 8 month old infant, days, in my home, fcxfi- ' ana Borough location! References necessary. Ph 349-4616. WANTED — Live-in housekeeper for older! gentleman. Main duties, cooking and tight deeming, mature person only. Ph 726-5507, 726-5485 between 6-9 p.m. j WORK WANTED '022 A young couple will do house/office cleaning, yard work team or single. References, reasonable. Ph 465-51 86. BABYSITT1NG in Indiana Borough, 7 years experience, references, reasonable. Ph. 349-5236. CARPENTRY, masonry and remodeling. No job too small. Phone 412-726-8872. DEPENDABLE person available for housework. References. Phone 349-6781. ; HARD working person to do cleaning in your home or office. Phone 459-5943.- BUILDING REPAIRS ra ALL home remodeling. Work Construction. Additions, decks, kitchens, baths, ceramic tile. Insured. References. Richard Work. Ph 349-1745 DON Huey Home Improvements — Remodeling, kitchens, landscaping, concrete work, patios, roofing, siding. Phone 726-8200. ZADRAVECS HOME IMPROVEMENTS R.D. 2 Homer Gity •Vinyl Siding •Bird Roofing * •Alcoa Gutters and Soffit •Replacement Windows FREE ESTIMATES' ' Ph. 479-2623* ' SOLAR Room Additions!!!!! Solar Systems of Toddy, Shelocta, phone 354-3857. , WARREN Peter Construction — Builder & Remodeler. Top quality work'.- Ph. 349-9078. : : EXTERIOR Waterproofing. Certified Tuff-N-Dry applicators. Phone Davis Masonry and Waterproofing, 459-7136 or 459-7955. ALL home improvements indoors and outdoors, experienced, free estimates. Leri- hardt Home Improvements, Phone 459-5703. -ALL types of remodeling, cabinetry and. woodworking. For a job you'll be proud of call" McDermott Vinton Construction, 459-9534 or 349-8066. ; DEABENDERFER Construction, roofing, siding, garages, additions, free estimates. rPh. 463-1116. ROOFING, siding, additions, garages, stucco, plastering, wafer proofing, chimneys,and repairs. Free estimates. Insured. Dave Perry Contracting, 349-9564. - WATERPRO'OFING basements and garages. Stucco and Stucco brick, chimneys, additions, roofing, siding, concrete work, and small jobs. Call Joe, 349-4096. • .' • . ELECTRICAL WORK 033 AFFORDABLE, Experienced. Residential & commercial wiring, rewiring & repairs. Free estimates. Clymer Electric 98- Rear Franklin Stl Ph. 254-4048. Mail to: NEWSPAPER CARRIER APPLICATION INDIANA GAZETTE P.O. Box 10 We are updating our records. All previous Indiana, PA 15701 and new applicants MUST re-apply at this Attn: time. Please complete form below. Circulation Dept. I I I I I would like to be considered for a delivery route with the Indiana Gazette. Name_ Address. Phone_ Birthdate_ M. D. Yr. If R.D. Or P.O. Address List Location Have You Applied For A Route Before? DYes DNo. ' If Yes, ^^^ Approximate Date _ Parent's Signature J I I I I I

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