The Bridgeport Post from Bridgeport, Connecticut on January 15, 1975 · Page 61
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f 'Male Help Wanted READ THE CLASSIFIED SECTIONS. t . MARTIN'S NEWS SER' -1 ~ . 73M BARNUfA AVE,. 5 ACCOUNTANT 2^ yec Medium sited CPA firm. 1 porlunll/. Call 1-767-210?. . A DEPENDABLE man \ Opening.. Established route salary plus-commission, w pony paid fringe beneflls. t Lunch, US Carrte St, Bpt. J DESIGN -.. Exp, In Pipe structural. Design. ELECTRONIC TECH: t£xp. In testing ti digital dala. ELECTRONIC, TECH * 8,500+· EXP. In breadboard building P.C. Board · $13400+ 2 to 4 yrs. Exp, In deslgi large types oF uitea W^.'W FLORIDA, ^S VEGAS. 50 STATED CTIQNS. E, INC. ATFORD experience Incrshlp op- route sales ood starling many com- KCase Box ngs only. ·tll.SOO* or, Vessel. S10,OW+ shooing or i - Male Help wantea MACHINE OPERATOR -- Day Shlll. Light turrel lathe work. Set-up experience prelerrable. Many company paid benefits. Precision sensors Inc., Mllford, 877-2795, MACHINISTS, EXPERIENCED IM 3D TRACER WILLING. EMPCO needs skilled men with heavy job shop experience In precision machining and tool making areas. High hourly pay and overtime. ENGINEERED 7AETAL PROD. CO. . 272 Hew Haven Ave, Mllford 8786396 MAINTENANCE MECHANIC MANUFACTURING PLANT IN OLDER T Y P E B U I L D I N G R E Q U I R E S RELIABLE MAN V/ITH STRONG EXPE- C 1 E N C E . T O H A V E F U L L RESPONSIBILITY FOR ALL PHASES OF MAINTENANCE. MUST BE ABLE TO OPERATE..?. MAl.KTAIN OIL FIRED, 3 Sales, Men-Women ~***S***S l ***^~*tj***S*****r*S*S^^iiii*+** EXPERIENCED salcspwi«i--full time. For established modern f«iL eslale firm, for John. 3M-M27. .THE BRIDGEPORT POST, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 15, 1975--61 Stratford surrou/idli Bpt. MLS--C " surrounding areas, , ill tor oppt. 375-5647. Member. HOME STUDY and resident scHool needs full time soles representative. sotary commission, Phone 37J-61B7, LICENSED real eslole salespeople needed. We hove two offices/ ore members of Falrfleld Bpt. MLS. Inquiries confidential. 0' CO N NOR REAL ESTATE 25S-M44 5 Male or Female Help 15 Male or Female Help : Wanted COLLEGE GRAD Career oriented Individual needed lo be trained In the field gf personnel consulting. Coll Pe1 Tobln ot 1-661-4010. TAOG. COMPUTER OPER OS-DOS SOpenl Mtn I yr. exp, In a multi-prog environment utilizing JCL. Upgrade your salary hardware by colling (he "Specialist In ·Ing pr prints. processes also 2 lo 4 yrs. Exp In wiring of cnasslsi cobles harnesses. Read scMnaallcs MACHINIST $10,000 + 3 to 5 yrs. Exp. in tel-ups operation of drill press, lalhe, Bridgeport milling work from sketches finishing drawings. FalrlleLdi Employment Inc. Falrfkld 11 u'nquowa Rood Fees Potd 3JS-10H LOW PRESSURE HEATING SYSTEM. FAMILIAR WITH MANUAL ^ AUTOMATIC ELEVATORS, COMPRESSORS UP TO 100 HP, WET DRY SPRINKLER SYSTEMS, MECHANICAL PNEUMATIC PRODUCTION EQUIPMENT. FULLY EQUIPPED TOOL ROOM O N P R E M I S E S . M A C H I N I S T BACKGROUND PREFERRED. MUST'BE ABLE TO FUNCTION WJTH MINIMUM SUPERVISION. R E F E R E N C E S REQUIRED. SEND RESUME TO POST- T EL EG RAM, BOX 3MK LICENSED REAL ESTATE PERSON NEEDED TO WORK IN STRATFORD AND SURROUNDING TOWNS. MEMBERS OF M.L.S. PLEASE CALL G. '-IRON. CENTURY 21 ARNOLD PECK REALTY . 378-2673 Operations P laceen!'' Georg'e ·1-7A70 9 a.m. - J p.m. WeT Fee. LIKE DESK WORK? No experience .ecessary. Excellent (or physically or emotionally handicapped people/ or those with neailh problems. Senior citizens eleome. Hourly rate and excellent pay ge eTli, Wanted PAYROLL CLERK xperl ickgri office background. I responsible person wllh ·rlencc 2-3 vr$. accounting 2-3 vrj. n return traffic sofety^Post ·^eTc-grgrn Box AN ITALIAN speaking fcilchen helper, ' in person, Coppy's/196 Mldttfe St., iply in MAJOR, NEW , ENGLAND financial slltutlon seeking sales associates for wly opened Falrfleld office; no Invested required; full benefit program; nlimlled opportunity! Send replies In onfldehce to 1710 Boston Post Rd,, Ffld. 06m AMBITIOUS INDIVIDUAL We need o goad oil around man 4o assls' n shipping, stockrooms drive a smal van (or local pickups deliveries. Ful benefits- Apply Practical Automation nc-, Trap Falls Rd./ Shellan. , * ganUatlon expanding Conn. 1-624-4050, o 6 p.m. dally. Post pholo--Henry Roman A Family Affair It was a family affair last nlglit as Charles M. Valentino, (left) completed his,term as president of the East Bridgeport Republican club and passed the gavel on lo iiis father, Merchione M. Valentino, (right) who was unanimously elected president to replace his son. Looking on in the background (left to right) are Dr. George A. Pjura, treasurer, and Fire Commissioner Charles Porzelt, vice president. Other officers elected arc Stanley Golenski, first vice president; Charles. Porzelt, second vice president; Samuel Vernuccio, third vice president; Elaine Moleski, secretary; Mrs. Janet Clements, financial secretary; Richard Jones, sergeant-at-arms; Joseph Silver, Mrs. Margaret Stapleton and Ann Havelick, trustees; Rudolph Boclek, chaplain; Mrs. Olga Golenski, liaison officer for the Town committee; John P. Albertson, liaison officer for the State Central committee; and BIrs. Nancy Cascella, sunshine lady. EdwardG.O'SheaNamed Festival's Ringmaster Edward .G. O'Shea, of Strat-1 absence to accept an appoint- ford, an official of the Connect!-[ment as ComptroHer of. the U.S. , cut National Bank, was selected · as Ringmaster of the 1975 Bar- 1 ? mim Festival, at a meeting of » the board of management of the ; Barnum'' Festival society last night in the Holiday Inn here. Mr. O'Shea, senior vice presi- , dent, cashier, and secretary of CNB, succeeds Raymond C. Lyddy, who I as t year ! ed the ~ annual salute to P. T, Barnum. "I'm very pleased with my selection and hope to do as fine a job as has been done' in the past for the citizens of Bridgeport,". Mr, O'Shea said after the announcement. While most Ringmasters have been named by lale October in past years, Mr. O'Shea, presiden 'of the Barnum Festival society from 1969 toJ971, said the late date of his selection will "no '-. hamper this year's event at al!.' "We've already had so many people- working on the 19?r Festival, we are not lagging he hind at all," he added. "In fac ; we're right on schedule." He noted he xvas first ap proached last month about th position. Mr. O'Shea has been involves in the Festival in variou ' capacities f o r " about 15 years " and said he believes the annua -' events "really give people *' sense of ' the city and brin i smiles to so many faces." :,'· Mr. O'Shea, who has worke " previously with many differen 'J committees of the Barnui Festival, /was elected to th "; board of management in ,19i and served as historian durin "* that year. -x In 1568, he served as treasure - of the society. Subsequently, h ·* was elected, vice president 1969, and president in 1970 an 1971. In 1972, Mr. O'Shea w executive aide to the ringma ter. The new Ringmaster h ' worked at CNB since 1950, e cept for a period in the ear '." 1950*s when he took a leave rrcucy division in the Second deral Reserve district of the easury department. Mr. O'Shea has held positions CNB as a bank auditor from 57 to 1963, cashier from 1963 to GG, vice president and cashier om 1967 to 1963 and senior vice esident of b r a n c h ad inistration and cashier from id-1969 to mid-1971. He was selected senior vie resident in charge of the retai ank division in April 1971 anc October of that year, senio ce president and cashier of th orporation. Named to his present positio i January 1973, Mr. O'Shca ha so been active in local club nd organizations in the area [o rtany years. He is a member of the boan i directors of International In titute of Connecticut and hono ry board member of the Fesi Milford, BM-5UO S73-9529. ATTENTION:. Mail-order ond wholesat ·inveslmenl, no risk parl-ttme with K Ime potential. Call Mr. Volght, 874-AS47. ATTENTION SMALL LOAN fAANAGERS We have an opening In our progressiv company (or 1 mon. THE MONEY STORE Mr. Tomonl 226-7333 BARTENDER -- Experienced, 6 nigh neighborhood bar. Write: Post-Telegram BOILER MAKER MECHANIC.' E perience preferred for Industrial bolle repair shop. Good pay, steady wor employee benefits. WrUe: Post-Tetegrcm, nlghl shift. 3-11 p.m./ 6 nlghls.J al society and Junior Achieve- ent of Western Connecticut. "I hope my associations will elp me bring a broad overview i my new position as ingmaster," said Mr. O'Shea, Iso past president and former irector of the . Bank Administration institute, .' Con- ecticut Yankee chapter. Since he has been involved in ic Festival and other city ac- 'vities for many years, the 1975 (ingmaster said his family Nona 'knows .what to expect." "My wife, Leona,' and three ihildren, Kevin, Patricia and Jrian, all realize there is quite a it of work involved, but also are aware of the rewards of this ob -- not the least of which is . i D. Parker, Parker Real Eslaie, 255-S736. MARRIED? Need extra Income; dynamic* Jnlernollonoj sole - - ovng, nlliire, Inc., High Bridge Road, BoJstard, 1-426-3)36, only experienced need apply. OUTSIDE TIRE SALESMAN wanted, EXPERIENCED--iho^--salesman xperience preferred, but no) necessary. ,,,%££* inr ***?*/· nmrfp i nriin^ ^ aGlhern New England territory. Medical K%TM rIcb £ 1 l Cfa benefits, company car, expense account. fW 0 J flil^m - uper Retread Tire Co., IBS S1ogg street, to Post Telegram trqfford. 378-P323 CUTTER experience/ Full lime, wl!h Bllly-s Market OPTICIANi excellent opportunity ghl person, managerfal ablllly/ _ - mployes know of this ad. Post Telegram mployes fc lax 33K. OPTICIANS Large out of State llrm will be expandln n Bpt. Area, In, early 1975. We need I ensed Opticians for Managers Ass Managers with an'eye for advancemen We. will provide an excellent fully pal icneflt program. Send short resume t n ost Tejegrom Box 3316. __ OVERSEAS POTENTIAL--75 counlrle nany occupa tlons, Ex. Teaching, So! e rcxistrucllon. Management, Mo c h I n !lln1on. Appoli grads. Intmenl .lonly. PART TIME .EVE MINGS-- 6 to 9 p.m Telephone Solicitors 1o coll from prepar Isl. H.M per hour. Plus bonus. E lerlence preferred. Call 4 to 6 p.m. tn1 78-8577. '__ PHARMACIST '/AAHAGER -- Hear nefits. Coll now, 33^-21?I. LOOKING FOR REAL ESTATE oppor- nllles? PICK THE PARKER PEOPLE. few openings in o few o! our majiy of- ces .right now. We give extensive olnlng, National Co. -- broking, heavy Call for early appointment, E.D.P. SYSTEMS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER National Leasing and Finance Company Is seeking a Manager to coordinate the ongoing development In It's InForinotion systems. The Idea! Candidate must have a strong background In Systems Analysis with goad communication skill. Experience In a Financial, envlronmenl is pref errc-rf. Ou r ompl oyees know o! tnl s ad. Send resume ana salary htstory Ic Personnel Dept. P.O. Box 582, Stamford ice background. In return (or" your e, carefulness confidence/ we offer steady employmenf, no parking problems, country ormosphefe, frfendly environment. This Is on Immediate opening so call now for an Interview. An Equal Opportunity Employer M-F . lnlng, erlhJn EXPERIENCED PAINT Sprayer, pr« ferably experienced in Production Fur n I lure Spraying, to work In FurnHur Plant. Apply lo Cuslom American Fur- 6 Female Help Wanted ALWAYS A BETTER JOB · THE GOLDEN DOOR 114 Stole St., Bpt. AOMIN. ASST C . ALL 3 "-' !:1 ! , W . To work'wflh Ant. Treasurer of Corp.l K* Is nltorney |wndl«t trie legal financial aspects of Pension! Mujt know Ireasury lax laws. College courses in business law, economics, occounllng! IRS ar bonking exp. a definite plus! THE GOLDEN DOOR PURCHASING AGENT 5400. Experience! Fortune 500 Corpl Pcettr exp, |.i packaging areal No secretarial skills needed al alh 2 years of good exp. will do Itt Two or more years experience of solid Cobol or Bal Programming experience puls you In Ihe driver's seat speeding towards a good paying and exciting career cpportunljy. Salary lo 1SK depending on experience. Call Mr. Daniel Paulson at J-357-WOQ. BANK STREET ASSO (HATES, CONN. S! BANK ST., STAMFORD, PHARMACIST or modern drug stofe In M!lford, Exel I ent salary, paid vacations, paid tension plan. Hospital I; reneflls. Interviews wll an, 17 from 9 a-m, to : Whelan Onji Conn. Posl Shop- hMlford, f_. 874-733; EXPERIEHCED fcfepnona people needed Immediately. Excellent salary plus generous commissions. Daytime even- Ing hours available, Coll 673-0616, ask (or RESPIRATORY THERAPIST Immediate full time opening;. Apply: Personnel Office Milford Hospital - 2M7 Bridgeport Ave., Milford .Afv Equal Oppor[unllv; Employer . Medical ',«. wllh skJilsl Th« best of 2 worlds! Corp. Hdqrls. n«edj sec. to work with Co. Or,! Hours are 9-5 oil bene- filsl Medical background a plus--not ·arvl THE GOLDEN OOOR PAYROLL CLERK 5139. Need 4 months or teller an computerized payroll Lite typing for; checks elcl JUNIOR SEC " $150. A Qfcot chance for bright beginner la start a career wHti Corp. Krfqrtsl In a busy, lun markellno cfeptl Excellent hours benefits! S/H of 80 Is line! If you don't Know If your S/H ts 80 come In--we'll check It out for youl THE GOLDEN DOOR ADMIN. ASSTJSEC. J200. d payr icefient fme We will train srogrom lo _ust seeing all the happy people enjoying their city," Mr. O'Shea explained. Asked if he will develop a slogan for the 1975 extravaganza DATA PROCESSING PERSONNEL Systems Engineer II Lead Program Analyst · la 1! Associate Programmer, to V Satellite Engineer to !· Diagnostic programmer lo 19K FEE PAID OFFICE SERVICES TECH 01V. 23-8M3 ELECTRONIC ASSEMBLER Wireman -- pro-audio firm In Stamford, full time, benefits, some technical background desirable. Call Mr. Berliner -- 359-2312. ENGINEER, MECHANICAL, JR. Sh rl sleeve engineer lor design, production supervision of small departments making senior assemblies. Equal opparlunllv employer, riarrel, Inc./ 16 Fitch St., Eas EXPERIENCED PIZZA PIE MAN WANTED 579-0666 Norwalk. EXPERIENCED small olfset pressman Wanted to run and supervise small olfse shop. D. Latiman, P. 0. Box 3154, Bpt 0550S EXPERIENCED engineer for supervls Ing mecrxmlcol systems Installations a local building construction prelects. Sen location, top salary, excellent working eandlllns. Independent operation. Inquiries confidential. 1466-3118. PROGRAMMERS. Up to 116,000. 2* Years experience In COB/VL. Experience with IBM or OS syitenn. Fee Paid. App y a Falrfleld Employment Agency, 11 On- quowa Rd., Ffld., 25S-1QW. Many open- Ings. RACK JOBBER-- Seeks man to service lousewores to the supermarket trade In Ihe Spt.-FIId. areas. Guaranteed salary while 1 raining, commissions, company vehicle expenses. Paid vacations t Insurance. Experience preferred but will train sincere people. Interviews will be tietd at Holiday Inn, Bpr., Conn., an Friday, Jan 17, Irom TO a.m. to 12, 1 to 4 p.m. Ask at desk, for Mr. Mentus. No phone calls, please. Management Opportunities, M a 1 o r Insurance company, start al $175-5250 per wfc. Full training program. No experience necessary. Call Mr. F'earl, 3W-4SS1, SALESMEN "WANTED -- MaTor app 1- ance dislrlbuior (Conn. weslern-Mass.) offers excellent oppoHimMy in jales dent. Forward resume Immediately to Post Telegram Box 3M7. All Inqu rles confidential present |ob offer i In a factory- selllni teaching school'or a dissatisfied with yoi selection will be based Interview that you'll I. ._ you ore suitable Cor our business. ed and may _enlo'/ ei week. Por personal 3M-0525, Mr. AntonlDS. S p.m. g Store olng Center Conn. 31 Stepney Office and experienced or will Halpln, 2S1-3W1/ TORS. ~S RT TIME ell our fund raising churches, scouts. i. (914) 35S-G5M. I INCOME t DOWN 75? change. Does your the opportunity you Is no, you'll be In- unlty we offer. You ng a truck/ working goods or services ng 101 other things living, yet you ore k wllh. We have : In this areu. Ou d upon an unbiased Ie11 us and you 1 our business. IE yoi HAIRDRESSER w-followlng wanted « assistant manager for new salon opening, soon In Falrfleld. Must be qualified ObTe to work 5 days, Good salary plus commissions 8, other benefits. Call 372-4544, 9^ p.m. HOWLAND ct Lafayette Plow has on mmediate opening In our shoe department. Part time evening hours and Satyr- day. Immediate employee discount. Apply n person Howtand, Lafayette Flam, Mr. Jack Davis. INSURANCE Excellent opporlunlty for Individual lo position of field claim representative [au lomoblle property damage). 3 to 5 yrs experience In adlusllng automobile property damage, claims fo a conclusion Salary open, no agency fee paid. Conlac Mr. Jofm Broli, Home Insurance Company, Kamden, Conn. 1-288-W22. IBM COMPOSER Operator for publish er. Must be skilled, Parl-tlme, hour! basis. Must hove flexible schedule. Co Helena Henry, 1-MV1D9U MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Management positions are now open. Ex cellent earning opportunity while learnln When qualified you will attend manag menl training school and will receive $2ffl per week salary and expenses dur n SEARS, ROEBUCK co. Part time penlng bicycle repair man. Experienced n repair of 5 10 speed bicycles. Excel* ent benefit plan. Apply 10-tt or 1-3 Wed- esdcys or by oppt., 366-6141, Ext. 346, An SECURITY GUARDS; Part Time Bridgeport Area Applicant must have dean background, icat military appearance awn transpor- t0ll ° n " PINKERTON'S, INC. 8 Lunar Drive, Woodbrldge, Conn. 1-3SV-5357 An! Opportunity Employer TURN SPARE TIME INTO MONEY Earn to S40Q-mo. P-T from home. Sent nome, odd. and phone to Box 255, Ffld., Ct. 06430. WAITERS -- WAITRESSES -- Experienced In fine dining room service. Frlnoe benefits. 1-34B-73S1. WAITRESS fountain help over 18. Apply n person al The ice Cream Parlor, 572 East St. Weslport Conn. Between 11 8 p.m. WANTED -- People Interested In 2nd or 3rd Income. Port time from your own home. Call 336-280?, 10-3 p.m. .""·»-H^i__yy~'. tM j t ^T-^'_ r ^!""-'. --- A very special opporlunlly for super RETAIL MANAGER lo 5UK, Fee Paid, brJgnt cdroln, type Secfttoryl Exclusive "-" ' J - to wear chain Is seek- wilh Golden Door! Someone articulate, .-,, ^ .several years retail educated. ambltlousl This outfit works experience to 1raln:in stare management, cs a real team in beautiful posh oEflusI 1 '-- "- "-- rViarflyn ol Ho S/HI This Is a career position with unlimited rewards! THE GOLDEN DOOR ADMIN. ASST. . $190.+ Thls spot docs require S/H--but eo/90 will dol Private Investment group needs someone lo coordinate operations for busy executives! .Someone wltn their own Ideas who does not need supervision! THE GOLDEN DOOR SUPERVISOR J210, To supervise all aspects of payroll benefits accounting! Must hove exp. with computerised pay rot 11 We'll need a res- imel company Is Interviewing this weekl THE GOLDEN DOOR PERSONNEL SEC. $165. Corp. Hdqrtsl To assist Dlrectorl Good skills! Prefer some sec. school or college 1 . No personnel exp, nee! Will train right person In Personnel work! Excellent hours benefits! THE GOLDEN DOOR TRAINEE . Type 50 wpmi'WIH be traTned 16 handle personnel records, filing etcl Very large IPS. personnel records, filing etcl Ver Corp.! Musi be bright willlngl THE GOLDEN DOOR " SJnaU office of conglom location! 9-5! Benclits typing--lite dlctapho. ' lits ooloM me! Most iI60. Lovely . JxceHent Importantly For a steel service center, Contact Mr. Fedyk, ' Milford. Conn. Cat! 8 along More the for lines of the "Even '74' Idea used last .-jurne'ond salary requirements In confl- dence to: Post-Telegram, Box 31S?. year. Mr. O'Shca sad it was a possibility he will think about as iroundwork is laid for the up: coming event. "Right now, -I'm just concerned, about getting down to some hard work for our Festival," Mr. O'Shea concluded. "After all, it's only a few months away." EXPERIENCED SUPERINTENDENT -- Desired lo malnloln co-op opt. Individual must have good plumbing, electrical, mechanical knowledge, and be willing to live on premises. Forward resumes to: Post Telegram Box, 3ZB2. EXPERIENCED short order cook kllchen worker wonted (or 2nd shift. Call EXPERIENCED CHEF lo take charge of a new reslauranl opening si Call anytime, ask (or Richie, 384-2817. SALESMAN wllh car lo call .. jstrlal and Institutional accounts. Secure position with potential for growth. Solory plus commission and company tfeneills. We ore a manufacturing flrrn.wHn over 25 years experience In cur field. We are looking la expand In Ihe local area. Send resume to P.O. Box 4U, New Haven- Experlwiced licensed salesmen, saleswomen, ._ ,. .. Realty. Inc., Monrot office. High caliber. Must handle out of 1own executives. Call all replies confldentlaL _ S^Vx^NX^S^W-tt^N^-N^M 5 Male or Female Help Wanted ^^^^^Nx^M^x^xxvxxxN^^r^^^^sxv ACCOUNTANT 515,000. Standard cost accounting |_. small plant of large Corporation. Degree. Heavy cost " - - - . " RRATT _ , NorwaIR 853-7688. * thoroughly traln- arnlng S2M-WOQ a Inlervlev;/ call s. Afler 5 coll JNITY COMPANY EL SALESMAN enter. Conn. area. pi. Sled Company/ -2591. PORT UNITY real e s t a t o full time/ at VP llmiled schooling period. Want stable career-minded person willing to give ful commitment. Call C. E. Longly for ap polntment, 372-3517. MANAGEMENT TRAINEE Expanding company seeks motlva'ed rv dividual to begin management tralnlnc program. Call Phlt Thomas at 1-M1-4010 TAOG MEAT PACKER -- Experience no necessary. 5 day v/eek. 7 a.m. to 3:3 P m. Apply In person only from 3 a.m. r 12 noon. American Frozen Foods/ B5 Tlmko St., Ffld., (off Kings Hwy.. near Handy Harmon), no phone cglls please. SERVICE STATION ATTENDANT, part Ime, Call 347-02BO for appointment lo apply- HEADER SETUP man wonted. Must 3ve experience on progressive transfer headers. Inquire Hoff Tool Co ilton St., Bpl., Conn^ or call SHEET METAL precision mechanics, ay not Iry a small company wlln all - fringe beneilts of a large xmy? I MC., 44 HOST FOR restaurant, must have eferefices, apply 1n person: The HI-Ho reslaurant, Tn Ihe Mcrrltt Parkway Motor nn, 41 SO Black Rock Turnpike. Folrlletd. H ish and Chips Restaurant Slated to Open m Stratford The first Arthur Treacher's ; i£h and Chips restaurant in Fairfield county is scheduled to open Jan. 25 at 2921 Main street, "tratford. M. John Elliott, vice president it the Arthur Treacher's ranchise operation in New England, said the remodeling former f a s t - f o o d nearing comple- A r t h u r Treacher's, designed in New England-style architecture, will serve "the meal you can't make at home," according to Mr. Elliott. He said that "customers will work on a restaurant lion. The Stratford INDEPENDENT Business man con offer rou: prof!) sharing, vroriv bonus s stability, growlh. Poiillile S yr. menl. 261-3813 between S 6 p-m. TRAVEL AGENT wanted to teach etois ne evening a week,, must have mum of 5 years experience. 74-6187. be getting the original fish and chips like the English make- It is made with a special baiter that was originated in English restaurant in 1685." Site for Capt. Brooks House Subject of Friday Conference The fish used to make Ihe battered specialty is a while fish imported from Iceland. Mr Elliott said "it is caught by line and not by nets because net-caught fish 1 can be bruised and show dark spots when cooked." Mr... Elliott said the fish which is cooked in peanut oil, is based on a recipe brought to this country by the English actor, Arthur Treacher, who sold the nationwide franchise rights to the product to the Orange company of Columbus, Ohio, a firm listed on the New York Stock" Exchange. Arthur Treacher's Fish and Chips of New England is "looking for another 10 locations m Fairfield county," Mr. Elliott said.. r- - - ' RIG Construction company, ! Inc., of Monroe is doing the remodeling work on the Stratford restaurant. Dan Quatrella, manager of Anthony's Real Estate, handled the property transaction. LABOR FOREfAAN carpenter for man wanted to work In tower FafrMeld County, only hlgtiesl qualifications recommendations considered. Send compete resume with speciffcs including con .'radars, lenglh of employment lype o construction. Post-Telegram, Bax 3351. To do oil around, prototype wortr. Must he capable of sellln up running a!1 tool room equipment labrtcalc sheet melal prototypes. Air con dliloned plant, all benefits. Apply Proc tlcal Automation, Inc., Trapp Fall Rrf (Off Rt. 8) Shllon, Conn. MACHINE OPERATOR TRAINEE ?nd SHIFT Production Iroines to operale special pu pose lathe. Mechanical aptitude deslrabt Light experience or will train qualified applicant. Good working conditions, an fringe beneilts. Please apply In person: HAMILTON STANDARD 5S Merrltt Blvd. Trumbull Industrial Park An Equal Opportunity Employer M-F NURSES -- NIGHT SHIFI New RN and LPN poslllons open in expanding small psychiatric hospital. Excellent benefits Include 15 lerentCal. Contact Director ol Elmcresf Psychiatric Institute. Portland, Connecticut. Phone U42-04EQ. ight d Nursin FAIRFIELD COUNTY REAL ESTATE Is HEED EXTRA MONEY? Join Ihe U. S. Army Resereva In Falrfleld Age 17 to 34 Prior service, non-prior service, mole or female!. . After inllall service you meet · once ( monih. At least $5Q per week-end la slart. actively seeking experienced real estate For more informal I «i, conlact J1m Bok nts for one opening In our FAIRFIELD or Sieve Pensonlt crt: " , two ope openi nings 6 Female Help Wanted ·^^^SXN^^XNi^SXS^^^iiXit^^^t^V^N. A BETTER TEMPORARY JOB You've been wonting !o get back Into the business world. Right? Bui you feel rusty and your age Is against r.i_i.i-. Wronnl Also, you want to be _ . school vacations and holidays or take a breather now and then. So, even if you can or prefer-to work a FULL DAY far a 'ay or two ol a time, we want to talk .llli you! O.K.! "a get Ihe answers to Ihese and olher questions, WE'RE GOING TO MAKE IT *EAL EASY FOR YOU. We will be In ervlewlng In Ihe suburbs as fallows: Trumbull, Grace Episcopal Church, 5953 Main St., Wednesday Jon. 15th, 9:00 a.m 3:00 p.m. Stratford YMCA, 3WS Main St., Stratford " i.m, lo 3:00 p.m. Thurs. Jan. 16th. Or visit _ 211 Slate St bury. Join Ihe best for bonuses, f hospliallzallon Insurance and a pay eh on FRIDAY of the some week worked. OLSTEN TEMPORARY SERVICES 211 Stale Si. 3M-i good phone personality I Will spend lols -·f time on phone! Very pleasant, con- enlal o!mosphere 1 This Ts a RUSH! THE GOLDEN DOOR HOWPLACEl 51*0. lauldn'l ask for more beautiful working ondiHons! Need: |ust 1 super sharp sec. lih good skills! WIN assist 2 men In mall deptl Well groomed--personable-o meet S. greet people! - · · - nm HFN DOOR To S?00. in our STRATFORD The Falrfleld Arm 1 -··"-' I Army R ratrflcfd, office two- openings in our WESTPORT High St., F -.-. -- -- office. The Individual must be able fo sell 2S9-7S19 any day Including Saturday NEW HOMES condominiums as well DS Sunday^ benefits of a large cam....FORD FABRICATING CO., Erno Ave., Mltford, Ct., Z7-2476. SHOP FORE/AAN -- Cabinet Formica amlnoSIng exper. Salary to 53600. NELL1NG «. SMELLING, 333-AU. WANTED: Experienced meat cutler, uU time or part lime. Apply In person, Vt Broadway Rd., Trumbull- Across rom Lofoyelle Bont^. ^WANTED -- Qualified salesr inle homes/ abundant floor time ur offices dalJy 8:30-5:00 p.m. a Bpt, ar 30 West St., Dan TAKE A CLOSE LOOK AT Ih good things around your hom USTOMER SEC. Aust be able to like and deal with cus- omers all over the country! Excellent -/bal command of Ihe English lon- agel Very accurale typlngl National iles office; Need someone competent-- arpl THE GOLDEN DOOR STARTER SEC. "" An entry spot fc. ._.. . _ ,. _ 8, Hie S/H that can be "brushed up" on the lob! Will be working with very " -who handles . . for [unior sec. wllh typing " " ilce pallent young ..-sonnel Purchasing 1 . You'll 1wrn! All Fees Are Paid By Companies AM Positions Sublecl to Change w-^y^^^^-^«^-N-^-^-r ' Help Wanted AUTO SALESMAN TOR USED CAR usually Insurance experienci mas. small draw end commlssli Then potential of ow - · · - · - ness. Coll 1-23A-2535. in wltti FFrst t ,, n basis. -shfp 1n own bust' 3 Sales, Men-Women ACTION WJTH MEWOL1 MEfAOLl A NEW YEAR and we have a n*w office Why not loin us and b« prepared for the mpfovlng market. Tne need is for Rcsl dentlol and Commercial representation MEMOLI MEMO LI, REALTORS !J33 Eosl Main SI., Bridgeport 3M-7M A HIGH Income career tor omblllou Individuals. Outside sates or phone solid [ng In home Improvement. V/UI train __ AN OHIO OIL CO. otters PLENTY OF MONEY plus casn bonuses, fringe bene- -- Mayor Panuzio will meet with .. Museum of Art, Science and Industry officials and area historic group members Friday at 9:30 a.m. in his City Hall office to recommend a permanent site for the controversial Capt. John , Brooks house. ;;": It is expected that MASf representatives will present their ·c * case for restoring the dismantl- · ? ed 200-yearrold structure at a V : site near the museum at Ninety Acres park. Victor E. Muniec, co-chairman of the Bridgeport Historic District Study committee said he will present a case for relocating the hislorica ---' house at its original site, 199 -- Pembroke street. Mr. Muniec also said he wil iilclude a report on thi possibility of establishing an historic district in the Pembroke street area, using the Brook T.-' house as a focal point. v Upon the request of Mayo lii Panuzio, last August, both th ;.-.' museum and Mr. Muniec hav ' *, studied the suitability of the tw -v sites as permanent house loca '-" tions. The dispute over the historica home occurred last year whe the museum, which owns tl house, announced plans I -~ relocate it at Ninety Acres park A museum-employed crew di mantled the house last summe IJie dismantled Rortions ar DIAL CLASSIFIED 333-4151 8 A.M.-3 P.M. SATURDAY .·port _. 3 -- --. - - - "mall I. A. Read, Pres., American Lubrlcartls Co., Box 696, Doylon, Ohio- 4S40L fits lo mature individual In area. Regardless of experiencej Sridqei !/ -alrr AN OPPORTUNITY tor o licensed real estate salesmen to work In Huntln^ton. High transferee area. Ample mortgage money available. Will consider sponserlng salesman ready !o be licensed. Kunllrv- ton-Shelton resident preferred. HEYSE REAL ESTATE 977-5158 DUE TO EXPANSION, we hove several openings for salEsminded people, wllh or wMhoul sales experience. Storting salary up lo $12,000. Plus commission. Complete 1 yr. training program. Contact Mr. Lent at 255-3543. Prudential Insurance Company. An Hqual OnpartunHy Employer. VA approved. beral advertising program, plus mem- r erhlp on FOUR multiple boards. LL REPLIES STRICTLY COMFIDEH- 1AL ' '· ' . ' al 255-3513, ask for Tom Keegan or levc Ravage. ATTORNEY far legal department to do itle searches. ' mortgage - related ronsactions. Permanent. lull time posi I6n. Must b* a member of · Connecticu jor. All beneflls. Send 'resuma to 'asr.-Telca.ram Box 3335. All. replies confl- BEGINNERS CHANCE EIGHTEEN AND OVER " Excellent positions open,- for persons to work out of local office of Nntlonsvldc lorp. No experience necessary. Age no arr1er. You will be trained thoroughly. Ve will discuss incentive. And exlra pro- it sharing bonus. Opportunity fa learn. $173 WEEKLY Jased on your productivity, commission. f you want a steady and secure future and can star) immediately, call 653-lAW Many company benefits. Salary open. Overland Fabric Co., 367-411. BOOKKEEPER for medium sized professional firm -- Experienced thru trla balance. Formal education In accounting desirable. Excellent fringe beneflls. Send resume and salary requirements to Business Officer, P.O. Box 3J3, New Haven, Conn, M510 COLLECTION MANAGER Leading national commercial. Industrial finance company has opportunity for an individual with solid background In com merclot, collections -ft with knowledge o secrjrlly agreement lease document a tlon as well as liHoallon bankruptcy handling. Wor): with top level management council In oil phases of coltcc tlons. Attractive starling salary caree potential exists for qualified applicant Senrf resume wtlh salary requirements Jn confidence-- - : . , CREDIT DIRECTOR Ullon Induslries Credit Corporation 600 Summer SI. Stamford, Conn. 06902 _ An Equal Opportunity Employer ecessary. Knowledge of opllcans equip, referred/ but not required. Excellent op- orlunily to grow with a progressive ompany. Openings In Waterbury Hor;a*. Send resume lo PERRY OPTICAL CENTERS, 2226 Black RocX Tpke., Fo1r- eld OM30, or call Paula at 347-424 L PART TIME bookkeeper for Westparl Restaurant. la"eol for retired or semi-retired person: Call Mr. Segner, 255-3485. Apply in person: Karveltes Pet Depai - menl, Trumbull Shoppfng Cenler. PHARMACIST-- Par! lime. Ideal position far aclive or retired pharmacist. Sent Replies Jo: Post-Telegram/ Box 333?. PRODUCTION GROUP LEADER- PRINTED CIRCUIT BOARD FABRICATION. We are loofclnq for an Indivldun who Is ready to assume the day la day responslbtilly for production ptannlnc for our PC board section. Tne success fu|i applicant should have a minimum ot 5 rs. experience In PC board fabrkaHon, ·olh plating mechanical and must demonstrate (lie ability to Instruct other ersonnel In the required tasks. If you eel you meet the above qualifications, we /ill offer you good starling salary end an ollrcctlve fringe benefit package. To apply, please send your resume ar call: - QUALITRON CORP. COMMENCE PARK, DANBURY, CONN. GieiU 7«-0100 An Equol Opportunily Employer M-F. ~~^}eiirWanted TURRET ENGINE LATHE OPERATORS To read prints and make own set-upi. NigM shift bonus. Do not apply unleis you hare experience. Small growing concern with steady jobs and good benefit!, See: FRED TIMS WYREPAK INDUSTRIES 136 James Street Bridgeport, Conn. /ou no longer use. Sell them vlth a Want Ad. Dial 333-4151. '^^W^W^^^'^'^^Wti^^^^^^V Help Wanted WANTED Experienced NCR operator to work day 8:30 to 5:00 MANY BENEFITS: (Medical Plan, PaTd Vacation, Paid HolFdays, ; Salary Open. Call: Ed Komblum for appointment. 1.838-8403 DEPARTMENT Must be experienced, aggressive and have solid sales record. · Apply in person io : Stewari Spaner Coppola Ford 500 KINGS HIGHWAY ·FAIRHELD Conn. Tpke. Exit 24 OPPORTUNITY APPLICANT -- FEMALE General Office-- Typing-- Filing We will train an the latest methods of receivable handling thru computer terminals. Steady year 'round work. Write to Box 7518 POST-TELEGRAM ENTHUSIASTIC -- ucemed sores people for active realtor office, members ol FairMeld Bpl. boards. MUST be lull lime. JOANNE SATMARY REALTORS, 135-4IM. MOt***M***MM**W*a X M H CLIP MAIL eportedly undergoing repair in museum workshop. Various community leaders nd conservationists objected to le museum's plan. They said le Brooks house is a necessary tarting point in the eventual cstoration and development o f | . . he run-down Pembroke street Clara Stern, the lormer ex- ID-EAST CRISIS FORUMS SLATED Several meetings with ecutive director of the United *" e Jewish' Council ot Greater layor on the location dispute Bridgeport will speak at the Iso took place last summer and forthcoming Mid-East Forum all. Follow-Up at Congregation A permanent location for the Ahavalh Achim, 1571 Stratfield house is expected to he made by roac i ; n Fairfield on Jan. 26 at he Mayor on the basis of fund-[7 : 3o p . m . ng reports compiled by the! Mr3 stcm wi| , keynote part Museum and Mr. Muniec. two of the series ot Mid-East ' . , . iiwu ui me bmica ui ivuu-i~ci3L The Mayor requested museum discuss[ons hav( , been ar _ otf.cials to raise the necessary d b th Ahavath Achim unds to complete the restora- c u8 , / {f ; comlmUc e. · · . : . .. ,. . T he first session, investigating historic background of -the ion and relocation of the house. He also requested Mr. Muniec to nvcstigate if any funds are FREE TUITION I 1 V C J U gdlC 11 anjr l u u u j a i t i . « . , - t T U available to establish an historic present Mid-East crisis, will be district in the Pembroke street k ^ngjr ^venmg wither (speaker. . At the first session, Mrs. An Idrew Klein, Mr. Harvey Hoff RICHMOND, Va. (AP) -- Sen- m at » a" d M r - Martin Schiller ior citizens in Virginia can now will form a panel on curren attend state colleges free. Under questions facing the Jewish provisions of the Senior citizen community from their nr- Education Act of 1974, Virgin!- Jewish neighbors and friends, ans 65 and older may audit iip tol Dr. Jack J. Weiner is chair three college classes or take up man of the Cultural Affair to three non credit classes free Committee of the congregatio on a space avaih'Wc basis. [arranging the meeting..- CALL 333-4151 FOR YOUR HAPPY AD FOR ANY OCCASION Here At* Some Occasions For Happy Ada · llrttidtm · Good Byt · All Holiday* · I UM Y«« · ComratulatT«i« · Son Vayog* · Birth · Family Celebration · Thank You · Promotion · Anntrenary · Your Owl · And Any Ottwr Hoppy Occasion »«»» Make Someone Happy -- GiV« Them A Happj Ail WANT AD ORDER FORM PRINT YOUR AD HERE; 5 AVERAGE WORDS ON EACH LINE M *' M M X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X 10 14 15 (3 Lines): 1 Month--$27.30 · 1 Week--$7.25 · 3 Days--$5.60 · 1 Day--$4.00 16 17 18 21 22 23 20 24 (4 Lines): 1 Month--$36.35 · 1 Week--$9.65 · 3 Doys--$5.65 · 1 Day--$4.00 25 26 27 29 30 (5 Lines): 1 Month--$45.55 · 1 Week--$11.55 · 3 Days--?7.00 · 1 Day--$4.00 AD DAYS · START DATE CLASSIFICATION -. CHECK ENCLOSED BILL ME ft NAME .- ADDRESS M CITY STATE TELEPHONE S MAIL TO: POST-TELEGRAM Want Ads, 410 STATE ST M BPT,, CORN. 06602 M HATIOC AJ^,^ Plsc«i in Aulomobil. Columns #72 thru *7S Mull Bo ky Cktck or Mx»r Order. H X M H X X X s X X X X X X X X X X X X X X Adverting Placed in Aulomobil. Columns #72 thru *7S Mull Bo Before D«ireI Insertion Date. Please Do Nat Send Cash Through the Mail. X X X X

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