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Ellesmere Port Pioneer from Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, England • 10

Ellesmere Port, Cheshire, England
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10 PIONEER THURSDAY 20th NOVEMBER 1986 (Gp 11) pfipiltiiniinii off ois 1 JOBS JOBS THE Pioneer is providing this jobs service in conjunction with the local Jobcentre in an effort to help those who have the misfortune of being out of work As part of the Pioneer policy of caring for the community we serve it gives our readers the first chance to see what jobs are on offer wooden and metal canal boats Should have experience of boat building and preferably be a time served shipwright or boat builder Age 25 Community pro- gramme Ref: ELM 946 Forklift Track En-giaeer: Wage negotiable 8-430 pm Mon-Fri Fully qualified fitterengineer to service and repair forklift tracks Must be fully ex- perienced and have a dean driving licence Age 21 Ref: ELM 1054 JOBS EdncatloaPlacemeat Officer: Wage £13772 per week 830-430 pm Mon-Fri To assist on me further education programme on the Youth Training Scheme pealing with numeracy and literacy basic computer programming and computer literacy Must have dean driving licence Age 25 Community programme' Ref: -ELM 997 State RegisteredState Enrolled Nurse: Wage Whitley Council rates 375 hours on a rota basis Must be State Registered in mentally handicapped nursing or State Enrolled in mentally sub-normal nursing Ref: ELM 1239 Motor Mechanic: Time served and highly experienced person required to work on all makes of vehicles Must have a minimum of 10 years' con- tinuous experience in vehicle repairs Age 25 Union rates Mon-Fri 9-5 pm Ref: SHN 5341 Shorthand Typist: Must have 4 O-Levels including English Language and Maths Must have RSA II typing preferably RSA HI To work in large building society Age 16 Wage per annum Ref: BIK 3032 Travel Clerk: Fully experienced travel clerk Must have at least three years' experience Age 20-30 Wage £5000 plus commission 37Vi hours Ref: BIK 2699 Trainee Site EDDIE (Ron Donachie) finally resorts to violeiice against Marco (Ban? Ewart)b the dramatic climax to "A View from the Bridge" at the Gateway Theatre BROOKLYN accents and the New York docklands feature strongly in A View from the Bridge but the roots of this 20th century tragedy lie firmly in Greek drama and Shakespeare So Arthur Miller's famous American play was the perfect choice for the Gateway Theatre's now traditional autumn classic and this time director Philip Partridge has come up with a copybook production As the story of Eddie Carboni a hard-working docker who reacts to most things with emotion rather than reason unfolds we can see the familiar pattern of tragic drama start to form Ron Donachie as powerful an actor as ever trod the Gateway boards plays Eddie tortured with jealousy as he watches his' beloved niece fall in love And Gina Landor steals the play as she shows her character develop from an over-protected girl to a woman maturing under the influence of first love To be trained in all aspects of building and civil en have a strong bias towards electronics Age 25 Ref: SHN 5165 Field Managerem: To manage team of trainee sales people Own transport essential Age 17-30 Wage £100 per week basic plus commission and expenses Ref: SHN 4513 Photocopier Eagfaeer: Fully experienced to work On plain paper photocopiers To cover North Wales and Cheshire area Must have driving licence Vehicle supplied Age open Wage negotiable 39 hours Ref: SHN 5269 Grand opera at its best Sprayer gineering Must have four CMevels including maths and be prepared to attend day release Age 16717 £2500 per annum 8-530 Mon-Fri Ref: ELM Beach Joiaer: Time served bench joiner required fcr the manufacture of windows doorsandsub-frames Must be able to work to a very high standard Age open wage £120 and negotiable 830-5 pm Mon-Fri Ref: ELM 1053 Wages Clerk: Fully experienced wages clerk with an up-to-date knowledge of PAYE SSP and computerised systems Wage £6000 per annum plus 374 hours 845-5 pm Mon-Fri Age 30-45 Ref: NEC 306 Accoaats Assistaat: Assisting with manage- ment accounts and transport documentation Age 20s Wage £5 000 per annum phis 37V4 hours 845-5 pm Mon-Fri Ref: NEC 307 aged 16-18 Supervisory experience and knowledge of all hand tools related to woodworking is preferred Only people without a permanent job may apply Age 30 wage around £8300 36 hours Ref: BIK 3073 Senior Dog Warden: Previous experience essential Responsible for the management and supervision of the service to organise and promote educational publicity concerning dog control Driving licence essential Age open Wage £731 216 per annum 37 hours to be arranged Ref: BIK 3459 Deputy Manager: Mature person with previous supervisory experience preferably with HM Forces or police to assist the manager in insuring that a security patrol runs efficiently and effectively Age 30 Wage Community programme Ref: CHK 4066 Laboratory Technician: To work in gas chromatography dept analysing rock samples Must possess O-Levels in Maths and Chemistry A-level preferred Age 18-22 Wage 9-530 pm Mon-Fri Ref: CHK4176 Time Served Wood Sprayer: To spray and wax wooden furniture and do final finishing Must have had at least two years' experience Age 20 Wage £100 per week 8-5 pm Mon-Fri Ref: CHK4164 Estimator: Wage min £100 per week negotiable 830-5 pm Mon-Fri Top class person required Must be fully conversant with modern vehicles especially Nissan City and Guilds qualifications and Narse: Working Must be time served Donachie is at his best-when portraying Eddie's struggle with a deeper love for Catherine man he dare admit Neil Boorman is the lawyer who provides the voice of reason in the role which would once have been taken by a Greek chorus 'The strength of performance is such that attention never wavers and this is aided by ah elaborate set which is both striking to look at and versatile enough to allow the drama to unfold at several points' MICHAEL GREEN Unfortunately Geoffrey Moses as Fiesco had a throat infection and his final duet with Malcolm Donelly was disappointing But the rousing cheer he received at the end of the performance was a mark of the pleasure the production over all had riven licence essential 1052 Ref: in a creche facility responsible to the creche supervisor for children's activities (2-5 years) ideally qualified to NNEB standard Age 21 Commun-ity programme Wage £10725 pw Ref: ELM 746 r-' V' Boat ballder: Wage £11613perweek39hburs to be arranged To carry out the restoration of Feaule Charfeaaad: To train and supervise em- ployees -monitor work 4 loads and effectiveness of operator and machine to ensure production flow High-tec environment Age 20-40 Wage 39 hours (shifts) Ref: SHN 5219 iTUtM FOR opera at its sumptuous best the Glyndebourne TouringConuMny'srxoduo- -tfon of Verdi Simon Boc-canegra would be hard to better -'i V- Last Tuesday when the Company opened its Man-' Chester season at die Palace Theatre the capacity audience was supplemented by dozens of standing-room- -only opera lovers And they were rewarded by finely acted and superbly sung performances notably from Malcolm Donnelly a commanding Simon Marie Slor-ach always sympathetic as Maria Anthony Roden an ardent and lyrical Gabriele and Christopher Thornton-Holmes devious and compelling as Paolo v-7 To work in a local garage serving petrol and oils and inflatingtyres Will have to WiU be involved in the construction of submarines preferably with computer graphics experience Will produce drawings related to engines Age 25 wage £7800 per annum 37 hours to be arranged Ref BIK 4823 Shipping Clerk: Must have 2-3 years' experience of import and export documentation relating to in- temational road transport Good prospects age under 30 Wage negotiable Mon-Fn 9 am-5 pm Ref: BIK 3250 Joinery Instructor: To instruct groups of trainees school production V- Members of the Bryant School of Dancing stage their next production "You Amt Seen Nothing Yet" at Gladstone Hall Port Sunlight from November 27 to 29 jnchK sive v'y cash upatendttshm Own transport essential Age 18 wage £150 per hour 35 hours on a rota Ref: NECMl: v--i- WaiterWaitress: Re-quiiedforplateserviceina busy restaurant Good ex- be involved in all aspects of running a stationery dept promoting business to new 1 and existing customers through telephone con-' tact Age 20-30 Basic sal-: ary'andmcentive bonus 37 hours to be arranged Ref: SHN 5371 A scsscnuai Age 9- periencei 30 Wage Wage 4 Catering rates Worker: To develop Many more jobs are to be and encourage integrated social provisions for dis" abled and able bodied people: Ability to communicate at all levels essential Age 20 £62 E- week 21 hours flexi-poas some evenings Community programme Ref: ELM 907 found in the classified HountobeanangedRef NEC 300 Malateaaace Electrl-ciaa: Time served with -electrical and iiistrumenta- tion experience for pro- duction machinery assocn ated with heat equipment Must be able to work with other trades Own phone -and transport essential Age 3035 £386 per hour 8-445 pm Mon-Fri Ref: NEC 252 TS ElectreakElectri-cfaa: Must have experi- ence of automated high speed production machin-ery preferably in the -packaging industry Must stafanVt Smart and presentable nenon raanired section of the advertising for door-to-door canvassing for large mail order comDanv Must have own car Age 25-45 Wage plus car allowance and ex Pioneer each week penses 20 hours Mon-Fri Ref: ELM 890 WINE BAR BISTRO DEE LANE WEST KIRBY TEL: 051-625 1880 For Good Food Fine Wine and a Great time MID-DAY BAR MEALS from only £1 TradonUHIIOT LUNCH £3-95 WITH CHRISTMAS getting closer and closer it's definitely time to think about celebrating And if it's your custom to go out with family colleagues or friends for a Christmas meal then don't leave it too late There is an excellent choke of restaurants in the area most offering tempting festive fare and now is the time to make your booking If you would Hke to stay in town for your Christmas treat why not consider the Eaton Hotel in City Road? It has something rather special to offer customers this year and that's a private room at no extra charge It's an attractive room wood panelled and with its own private bar and this is availabtefor parties ofl2 to 30 people to enjoy their Christmas lunch or dinner Comeearlyparklngforonly 200 cars Dress to Impress Let's a party! ters two main courses and a number of desserts from the sweet troDey Turkey Is oa the menuof course phis Christmas pud aad mince pies etc for those who want the traditional five The same menu Is available in the evening for dinner at £650 or for £895 yon can enjoy a four-course meal with much more choice If you prefer to go out of town for your Christmas celebration then why not try the Grosvenor Arms at Aldford a well-known and popular pub and restaurant which is offering some excellent Christmas menus? For lunch or dinner you can enjoy a three-course meal which offers a choke of seven starters nine mala i courses aad a selection from the sweet trolley or the cheese board Coffee included and main dishes are served with fresh vegetables and potatoes This will be provided from December 1 every day except Sunday and Monday On Sunday the Grosvenor Arms traditional Sunday lunch will continue to be served with a choice of roasts at £620 The Grosvenor Arms Hotel has extensive car parking it stands la an attractive rural setting and its restaurant is a piea- Hdlo Members! Have you started to feed the wild birds yet? I have and I get such pleasure out of watching them squabbling over who gets what Their favourite food seems to be peanuts Whralthink of the amount of money I pay out for them and then how they repay me by taking all my seeds in the spring I think I must be barmy still they are lovely to nscflnsrnjuujHaB ''GREATFOOD FREE-ENTERTAINMENT AND DANCING" in private It has its own dance floor and if you wish you can provide your Saturday Nights from 730 pm twPiMe tow N0YEMBER17--DECaSBERZ3 BOOK NOW Status fphoka of fou) Main Count StmcSon CtmihitRoakTuriieyortentlerioin RotalPoricmStulfy CNpommaniCmrbmiySm BoaitPaUkmDudmmPomon Stum Cam pummiSpnum StmmkomtmTnmjy 1 CottMtotttrmtdW Yourtableisyoursforthe entire evening watch and to listen to so I just won't plant any seeds next spring I think! New member A warm welcome to new member Katie Johnson aged five I hope to hear from you soon Katie don't forget there is a prize each week for die member who sends in the winning competition answer and for the best letter story poem drawing (not in pencil and not on lined paper please) painting etc Artist Laura Curran aged nine wins this week's prize for these lovely animal drawings Well done Laura Winner The winner of the recent competition asking what is the name of the world's oldest city with the correct answer Jericho is Emma Roberts aged 11 and who attends Bebing-ton High School Congratulations Emma Birthdays "Many Happy Returns of the Day" to members with birthdays during the coming week THURSDAY: Sheryll Patricia Rickett a three years old bundle of fun What is the difference between a tailor and a stable boy? One mends a tear the other tends a mare Why is a forest like a luggage van? Because it is full of trunks Why don't ghosts tell lies? Because you can see right through them How does a ship hear? Through engineers What do you get if you cross a porcupine and a young goat? A stuck up kid Bill: "Did you hear about the karate expert who joined the army?" Will: "Yes he killed himself with his first salute" 14 foot man to lifeguard: "I want to be a lifeguard Lifeguard: "Can you swim?" 14 foot man: "No but I can wade out a long way Fancy that! The most efficient form of light production known to man is attributed to the glowworm The word 'News' when associated with news FRIDAY: Mark Rowlands aged 12 and looking forward to an electric razor! Elizabeth Webster aged nine and looking forward to a knees up! Peter Luke Dillon aged IS and looking forward to putting his feet up! SATURDAY: Graham Davies aged nine and looking forward to lots of pop! Philip John Postles aged three and loving every minute of it SUNDAY: Karl David Williams who becomes that most envied of beings a teenager! Sharron Ainslee aged 15 and looking forward to her first bottle of Chanel! MONDAY: Rebecca Comes aged 15 and looking forward to a rave up! TUESDAY: Lynne Byrne aged five and looking forward to lots of cake WEDNESDAY: Tracy Parker shy and retiring at 16 Gary Anthony Fletcher who has been a teenager for a whole year and quite likes it! Michael Benson aged 10 and looking forward to the sausage rolls Susan Williams aged 10 and looking forward to becoming head girl Just fun! Circus "What's wrong now?" Indiarubber man: "What's wrong? Every time the strong man writes own uisco so you can nave a real party! Or if you prefer the hotel can provide background musk If you're a smaller party than 12 then you are still welcome In the private room and the restaurant the Christmas menu is the 'same At hinchtime you can enjoy a three-course meal and coffee for £495 and this allows a choke of two star TO AVOID DISAPPOINTMENT BOOK EARLY £750 III! I If 1 JIWVMSraalBaiH EVMWWrPlttfMB PartMpk i to visit FuWyUcenaed iiooaiiwii Advertisement Feature The word 'Cleave' has two definitions to split or cut apart' and to cling or hold together' The Kirghiz in Asia forbids a woman to utter her husband's name The penalty for doing so is instant divorce m' The famous Model Ford cars(nicknamed The Tin Lizzie') which were first produced in 1908 cost £59 to buy new Competition Who was the first person to fly across the English Channel? Answer with your name age address (and postal code please) with the name of the school you attend should reach me by next Wednesday Love AUNTY JOY Welcome to Llanrhaeadr Invites vou to cmovtne deli eh ts of our beau ti Elizabethan Mansion set in the picturesque Vale of vwya now a Uountry House Hotel and Restaurant Our Restaurant specialises in French and English WESTBOURNE ROAD WEST KTRBT FOR PRIVATE OR FORMAli DINNERPARTIES cuisine using only the finest of ingredients and freshest of vegetables and is open fordinnerTucsday to Saturday and for lunch Tuesday to Friday BOOK NOW FOR a letter he uses me to rub out his mistakes" A La papers or news in general is derived from the four points of the compass: ie N-E-W-S Vegetarian Menu Choice Selection of Table d'Hote A CHRISTMAS A NEW YEAR HOUSE PARTY 7 HOUSE PARTY 3DAY8 ior2DAYS OF TRADITIONAL HOSPTT ALITY 4 sard-OKli Doe A Slat Dee -SndJan I wish to become a member of the ELLESMERE PORT PIONEER YOUNG READERS CLUB At agreeable prices WHATEVER THE OCXSION Weddings Anniversaries Cdebrations Business Meetings Private Special Functions PARTY BOOKINGS OR JUST A TABLE FOR TWO TEL: 051-625 9319 (ask for David Lewis! We aro alao taking rratlona for FRE-CHRISTMAS LUNCH or DINNER PARTIES smarting from let PARTIES atartlng from let Tom: "Mum that bird seed I planted has started to grow" Mum: That's good" -Tom "Yes I found a feather in the garden this morning" Lecturer: "If we were to turn round and look ourselves squarely in the face what would we find we need most?" Voice from the gallery: "A rubber neck" JB'J-'J'vvM December I flBaaw (SituMed on Main A 525 "Wyaapi- VSgRHtirijtaibifli Road) jrfj Name Address Date of birth signature Parent'sor guardian's IPbN IXJNUN-RESIDNTS GOOD FRIENDLY SERVICE qacf rantun amt of Wol Ulr AMPLE CAR -PARKING 1 ivi.

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