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THE BAYTOWN SUN Sunday, August 3MK JW»7 15 B MIVHITtNG- Chrlxiw home. Wan- Uh| lo keep girl In my home, ages 2 thru Sjearv Trallwowd. <22-«7*l. WILL KEEP CHIUMtEN- In my tome, 5 days weekly, 7 a.m. to 6 p m CaU4a-W34askh>rpal. CHRISTIAN CHILD CAKE- 5 days ; week. Please contact Sharon at (2M!S5or4±!-S023. HOME DAY CAM- Lakewood Wunilerarea, Licensed. WOULD LIKE TO BABYSIT- Any age, hot meals. I live in the Rowland area. CalH:B-77(>I. CMILDCAKE- Before * alter school. Two blocks from Uraar Elementary. II .S hour. References. 427-7788. MEN AND WOMEN W« or«{Bowing rapidly and Mounding our operation! in thii area. W« will M|*ct, for immedote «mp(o>-.f*nr men and women for rh« following po*itiont: S SALES REPRESENTATIVES *15,000-$30,000 3 SALES MANAGERS S30.000-SSO.OOO OPPORTUNITY OFFERED: 6 Unlimited taming potential _ it Prvtviiional training a Rapid advancement ' j» Excellent nttirtmtnt program *Art#r>T rxcKTofi'oni <? Luxury incentives H rtxj (x* on^Sfioui witfi o <JH*V to gff <&#ad. wt wcxw to «/* ro voo CALL Bob Harris 713-772-6600 Monday & Tuesday for o personal interview in local area. 9 a.m. -6 p.m. KM) SMITH U>. DAY CARE- Alamo t Cedar Bayou school dtetrlcl. Winter- toddler academic clawts with babies' lender loving care. Summer-horMtiack riding t swimming. A home away from (tome. 420-1575. BABYSITTING— In my home before and after school. Humphrey Elementary district. Call424-M05. Klnj-sizc bed with headboard, 2 end labte, chest, dresser with mirror. All wood. (TOO. 4247703. FILE CABINETS 3215 N. Main.... B * J Sales.., .422-9711 MANAGER TRAINEE •tBliatiMs t* Mmf* TraiMt. Kiximm Mw ytan rtttil nautMiMt tiptrittce or twt JUTS «1 calltfi. hi MUiti« t» itctliMt sttrtiif sal*) wt KMT: r Fa* DM top Biscuits Ott KSIME TO: LHtltt P.O. lit 55329 Ti. 77255 Fir [fMirie call 973-5612 PIANO U3SONS- In my home in Highlands. Adults 4 children. 30 years experience. Call 426-7688, ROGERS' DRIVING SCHOOL- a.m./p.m. classes. .State licensed. 30 minutes InLlbertv. WS-336-7767. 4 TON WHIRLPOOL- outside air conditioner unit. Never used. 3 phase. M25. Call 576-2655 after 7 p.m. LAWSHOWER- Camper shell, quetn. double, twin beds, barbecue pit. stereo. vacuum.sewing machine, bike, i •» ater skis. 383-2852. typewriter, STANLEY HOME PRODUCTS- Brooms. mops, brushes, ic degreaser Guaranteed. Monthly Specials! Free gifts with orders. O4-4ZB. USYD~GUARANTEE¥"MO~WERS^ Edgere. Tillers, i Riders. We buy it trade working & non-working above i lake trade-ins. Used mower parts i frames. All kinds of shop & attic fans, TABLES, CHAIRS- iron beds, glassware 4 more. 700 S. Main. Monday • Friday. 8-4:30. WHITE FRENCH PROVINCIAL- 5 drawer chest, mghtsland, 4 twin headboard with frame, J12S, W1-280S. 1110 VICTOR VICTROLA- Restored Like new. 10 record volumes, with 160 plus records. «2-6432. THE ICEBOX COMPANY- Kitchen appliances bought, sold, rented, 1 repaired- 500 North Commerce. 420-1709. USED WASHERS- Dryers, Refrigerators i Stoves. Cheap i Guaranteed. Buy. Sell, or Trade 424- WASHER t DRYER Cheapest prices in town' Satisfaction guaranteed. Pick up & delivery available 421-5595 WWJT¥b7"DEAO*OR ALIVE~ Used appliances. Cash (or the live ones Free SECTIONAL COUCH- 10 piece, brown Good condition. £50 Call alter 6:30 4 weekends. 4TO-18S8 BtRJD CAGE- 5 (t tall. 5 ft -X 6 tn.»ide, 31 us. d«p Holds 4 to 6 tnrcs Beautiful pwce of furniture Must s* to ap- APPLIANCE SERV1CE- Good us«l washers 4 dryers. For sale or will repair yours Guaranteed Open 7 daysj?6-i369_____ TOY BUY A NEW ONE"!- We selTused appliances 4- air condi- Visa k Mastercard We deliver \ •UKPHY1 DMT YARD- Top Mil, fill und, oyster shells, while rock, 4 bark mulch. Hit Hwy I*J, JB-DIRT. •ANT TO BUY- Antique furniture. Tap Fife* PaM!!! WANTED— Repairable air conditioners i major appliances. 421-2891. WE BUY ANYTHING- Furniture. tools, guns. 422-0828. Used air tools from $9.3000 North Main. WILL BUY USED LAWNMOWERS All makes & models 3340 Highway 146.422-6938 BAYOU WOODS DR, II Pinehurst. Monday., I a.m.-3p.m. Toys, childrens clothes tinfant-61, stereos, nic-nacs. self- propelled lawnmower. etc. CHEAP, CHEAP, CHEAP!. 1 BUSH RD., Off Baker. Monday- only. 9 to 5. Excellent school clothes, furniture. 4 misc CHARLES, i*- off Texas. Thursday- Saturday. 8-6. Giant garage sale: Clothes tall sizes;, toys, dolls, bikes, books. & household items. E. CEDAR BAYOU LYNCHBURG, 1»4— Saturday only. 9 to 5, Three families. Lots of clothes, all si;es Dishes, appliances, j joys. E.GULC.TW-Fri. SaL, i Sun.. 8a.m.- 8 p m. Kitchen items, appliances, sporting goods. dr:er. dishwasher, sofa, 1981 Ford truck, 4 much more Come on by. or for more info call 427-521S anytime Ask for Kay 3 TON G * S— Electric centra! air, heat umi Complete . Call 4S-7492. Good rendition REFRIGERATOR- 19.6 cu ft Ktn-l mwe. 2 door, trosifree. 3 years old. Cost ' HACKBERRY, ZS- Saturday 4 Sun- j day. ID am to ? 18.KO BTL" air condi- I tioner. 1156. Childrens clothes, misc. S700 . Call43-irS2. DOC LOUIE'S Oean. rttoodltioned appliances. In- home service. Hometown courtey. All guaranteed. We buy t barter. 4H-1JB4. HIGH ST^ a- Fn.. Sal. 4 Sun 9 to " Tools, fishing equipment, tires, auto parts, furniture, clothes, lots of misc. LEAVWS, §17- Saturday. S to 5. Sun- lay, 1 to 5. Finished moving 4 now tots of everything to sell! Clothes to fit whole family, some furniture, nacs.. lots of nic- * LOUISIANA, J113- Moving Sale! 3 1 bedroom home, 1 too Chevrolet truck, Also, soda fountain machine. CilH3)-3«l, REMOTE CONTROL CAR-^TanTiTa Hornet- With controls, baiter), i batten charger J140 Call alter 6 pen, C2- — - _ i CEDAR BAYOU MUSIC SHOP iFREE LN-HOME- Wcuurr. cleasw I Munc immunem Repair demo No oblation to Buy We earn- GUITARS i GUITAR LESSONS «% t' !!» »rU laws triads is£ snshTTf iW <3Wi« Bsnirii Will tale tradeins Call <5! -|^yrj7''jjpJjggf'"p!A>- —-'— — ~ ^ an aha double kevtMard eirc'.nc! jfoRRFijfirVZ"~Th7, r r "TnT~SaT! Qivl du SEARS- 10 HP Meg »o.«. a^l^.sM c^Wirfl. « B ve .B.I^S^ET? Ar^bL",^ ff«|««w [ selection o! nice clothes j i«at. motor, trailer, trols. etc. H'et!.- Sat. 7 am-2 DENTAL TEAM- sertlng a very, special person. We value good communication skills, ambition, involvement, energy 4 organizational skills. We stress personal development through continuing education, full participation with our team 4 strong involvement with our patients. Previous dental experience not essential. However, we believe you should be health oriented in lifestyle, personally stable * self-motivated. If you are seeking a real opportunity to grow 4 fulfill your potential, we think you will find our quality oriented office an exciting 4 rewarding experience. Please resume with recent photo to: The Bay-town Sun, P.O. Box 90, BB« 3979, Baytown, TX 77522. LICENSED VOCATIONAL NURSE- Local physician U seeking an LVN for office practice. Non-smoking environment. New grads welcome to apply. For more information, please call 425-9225. Mon- Fri. 9 a.m.-3 p.m. EOE M/F/H/v. NEW POSITION.'- Draftsman-Graphic Artist type. Must be energetic, positive, people person, dreamer! Attitude 4 ability more important than job History Fun 4 exciting, good money. Send hand wrilten resume, do II today! To: V.I.N., P.O. Box 1165. Attn: Don. Highlands. TX 77562. Baytown Employment Service 1001W. Baker Suite 1M 4ZM731 CALLUS Otir Job Is Finding Your Job DENTAL OFFICE- SALARY OPEN FEE PAID. Assist this doctor with hands on experience. I INVENTORY CONTROL- S1300, FEE PAID, Gix.i clerical skills with shipping and receiving background. DATA ENTRY- SllK^: FEE PAID. Must be bilingual and lype M. Career spot SALES- SALARV UNLIMITED. FEE PAID Commission adds dollars for the BAYTOWN NISSAN- Has an opening for an experienced used car mechanic. Must have own tools. Excellent pay 4 fringe benefits package Call Herschel ROH-efor appt., 422-83%. _____ DIESEL MECHANIC- ItTyears" ex- j ambitious perience in diesel truck 4 heavy equip- j RECEPTIONIST- So/hour Great spot ment repair. Must have own tools. Call i for the beginner with excellent skills ^8-73*0, [SECRETARY- SALARY OPEN'. Career opportunity for your sharp skills GENERAL OFFICE-SS77. Never a dull moment with this interesting spot '. BOOKKEEPER- Full charge. Strong general ledger required. Public accounting a plus: Mon.-Fri.. 428-1199 JOB COSTING/DATA ENTRY CLERK i Proggressive manufacturing company j is seeking a seasoned professional to administer its job costing functions. Duties of the position would require a detailed person with typing, data entry. 4 word! processing skills. Back up to the recep-1 tiomss would be required. i This position offers a good salary & benefits. Send resume to: Enpro Systems. Inc.: 16315 .Market St'. Chan- nelvievf. TX; 77530. Attention: DerrUl Painter WE TRAIN IBM PC WORD PROCESSORS. CALL FOR LNTORMATION. IRONING DONE In my home. Reasonable rates. Call 427-4146. YOUR AREA FULL SERVICE- Dealer for Sales-Service-Parls for Echo, Green Machine, Homelite/Jacoosen, Honda, Poulan. SUM, Tanaka, , Weedeater, Yazoo---Plus Briggs/Stratton, Tecumseh. Wisconsin, i Kohler. Biylax Air CaoM EaglM, at W. To**, «7- WtaT W: cnnw'i alwayint! HOUSE PAINTING- 4 Home Repair. Low Prices. Excellent Work. Call 421-2027. SPACE— mobile home park. Including 30 mobile homes in Baytown. Owner financed. 422-3677 or 427-I803/ RcUlI Butlont- Great opportunity in Baytown. Priced- 17K - inventor)'. Joe Davis 4 Assoc 488-1504 SNACK VENDING Hottest Machine in years, retire in 10 years. Unbelievable return, possible 3 to 6 months. No competition. Work J day per month. 3) secured locations. 18.000 to S20.000 investment l-soo-874-4144 ext, 13 LES MARKS CHEVROLET- has meeting room available for community groups. It seats 55. has desks, chairs, tables, projection equipment and other helpful items. For further information, contact Teresa Thompson or Les Marks at 471-2424. !- Lost mate puppy, black, white * gray, docked tail. CalU22-?W2. Crosby Independent School District is accepting bids on CB equipment for installation on the District's bus fleet Seated bids will b« accepted in the business office. 5712 Pecan Street P.O. Box 2009. Crosty, Texas 77532. attention. Robert N. ,lohfi$on, Business Manager by 2:00 p.m.. Thursday, September 10,1987. Bid forms and specifications may be obtained by contacting the Transportation Director, Mr Jack Prewett, at (713) 328-4521. extension 248. NOTICE TO BIDDERS First Presbyterian Church, 1715 Market Street. Baytown. TX will accept bids for Concrete Repairs and Site Improvement* until 4:00 p.m. September 9, 1987 at the church office. Prospective bidders must show proof of liability insurance and workman's compensation coverage in order to receive a bid package. Interested the 8-4 contractors should contact church office between weekdays for more information. Stale news NTKKI D*S CLUB- AccepUng applica- Uons for bartenders, barbscfcs. and disk jockey Apply at 1KO negotuste. S<urs mco*«, Klxt Top of i^r Itnej — wr leis than \ year ota with! itbout warrir-t^ Sears cr>«-, $55 • SAXOPHONE i Oos* out on glassware [DECORATING DEN- Seeking in-; I Uividuals interested in a career in In-1 E Turr, your flair lor > 5^5,)^ 0 ,( (decorating into i b«autjlul business •Training available For interview call! I Al.'rtii PNOTOCRAPMT STUOK) FULL *>4 f AIT TIMf ASSHTANTS C«-r»«r 9tf9rT*mti *if* CFI Itmetet HI ***r IOC rttuM lt*r««. S«KC**f-M C«MttUrft« >W ptrtkia»rt» in en tit*A*i«* ftn^ FkiiW* h««ri mtj incM* tiemnft erne. »n*»in1>. bixwflti. V**rt APFIT IM PttVO-K hi four kr-M. tot M/r »wMffij! dress, cj!fc«ri!-: _"" >ra iw 10 »:tc Hiic -.eil,! KLMC CORNET- Elev-tnc cryer j PHONE GARAGE SALE- Call lor: 1 Whirlpool Position < *. Sstenos Rubv diamond |»P"- A PP'>' "• 1 • Center. ffl56Gan)i Road .... ...... . PUYER PIANO- roils. nut gold li« nne. string ous form. ___ _ _ tira»er filing cabinet, Ur» pnces M us | TRANSMISSION R t R MECHANIC- ] s«l! t»:<- or 576-WC ; Must have experience k own tools Musi Study show Texas housing back to normal COLLEGE STATION (AP) — The Texas .housing market appears ready for a return to normalcy between the boom of the 1970s and the doldrums of recent years, according to Texas A&M University's Real Estate Center. Another report, meanwhile, said foreclosures in Texas and other oil-producing states have increased as much as 60 percent over the past year, and several housing industry leaders foresee a continuing tide of delinquent mortgage payments. Although the cyclical nature of the housing market and the influx of baby boomers into the prime home-buying ages might seem-to point to another boom, lower investment incentives probably will moderate the upward trend, the A&M center reported. "The housing boom of the 1970s was induced by an inflationary o*£ 1w^Son f ™prt1t dr PSeS! economy. A return to such a state would not be welcomed by •««!,««*, «« ^ i!M « . .. err 'VfiM.. a-JLiDwic DRUX- TRAVIS ST.. : • & SU>™ i - O.'f Lff Or TJmry Saitinlav. 10 to I Transmissions. — Bavrewn. V,-' H»y 146,i JW.X It L'NITED- ; | dens JIT! du o 7T5:- 5CONS ''SAXOPHONE- "i i: ^?'. 1 ^!5."5ii 1 call «:•* IWOODFORD. 473J- Eastern Bay ^Suwlav. I a^-<iai PART-TIME—Your time Enceileni ui-.i come No investment : ; SOFA BED. i;aiat r»» TROMBONE'" TV«xr,tsvii> _ ~..~ - ..-.- —. .....jiTWO OJUUNETS- BufW. E£' " iEcaix li:; 'AUCTION* NEEDED— Wi!e !o manajEe. \ inian to do carpen(r>-. pluiriSir.g. i i raaiiiienance Will Jumtsii niobile iiome ! 14 salary. Send qualifications 4 age :o ' The Bayun-n Sun. P 0 Boi» BB-ST7. i Crabj TradiBl Pwl EARN UP TO <M- i more per week Ta*.in£ srjpshuts m the Bavtown area \o eipenence or selllne required. ti~- Aufuti Clearance Sale jW^SSTy or wnte Box JIW. Bedlonl, goo ui UV tiasej; bidder. |TX. :«:_•_ FWattjf*, Tonii. BKytiB,jj^BYST'rf'ER .VEE~DED- 1 Appaaaco,aBdaiiet.OMlLeMR. ;ai )5 ,.»eei WiUs hpit housekeepmc trr.e noiiteleeper 4 croi. for elderl} salary & li^iag quarters fur ' |wjh«! CallJlJ-ri-C^ ^ i i PAINTER HELPER- PorterTaS'pooi : m!:%«aBi \!SW state err IXTMCI needrd lor apartmeni «rapl« ^ d only No pfwne calls si-.il>. .Vac) r«ura<- lo !' 0 j pieaie Appi} I2v NorUi«tnd : ayiow-i. TX, TST JTJ5iR^"'DSlCNER^" Mature.'TiS ; J-S ^ears exper^cnct Mus: ; ,A:K COOLED E.SGLSES- p»«i ! M-Tt iCf Ai-Un.ii ^l< i *-if*-r Join the crew. .1 l.kf .nulr ih» II l..,k f.. ''15 IV. i^t ..t.WB. I. Environmental Geologist '7M Reward tor return o< Ronald McDonald statue stolen trom Garth Rd Store FREE UTTENS- Ut:« hi tu-r> & adorjiNf, rwal'hy LOST; Saull Whitt QUEEN SHE W ATKRBED HO Can «r; »<a SOFA t UOVBSCAT-'Tar. u-.vfwW KOU.-K! Urap lib* 4 lamp taw C*!: EAKLV .\MER1CAX- :«lrwm ««<•. l»w>i conditx«i IX<3 Str at (iurnrtt i'ljct Aparinvrnii.«ata J COUCHES-"is i IM s Itaiiar. I'ro' > twul IVcwator t.1ia:n. tv ea Knd A .'i"5.T. i y2'_5l J '_511:E_ _ J AKC TOY POODLES- !> »k.> > ^ M «_^^___^^.^.^ M «I males EX cash each <>tnm said Jack Harris, associate research economist with the center. If an economic recovery arrives in 1988 as predicted, the Texas housing market should begin to follow national housing trends, the center said. Amarillo plans birthday blowout AMARILLO (AP) — A Texas-sized birthday party celebrates Amarillo's 100th year this weekend with a laser show and a tribute to the railroads that helped build the Panhandle city. Attention focused on the Amarillo Civic Center complex Saturday for a Railroad Days celebration highlighted by entertainment, food vendors, educational displays, railroad cars, surrey rides and Centennial souvenir booths. An air shosv featuring the Confederate Air Force also was planned. To showcase the role railroads played in Amarillo's development, Santa Fe Railway arranged to bring in a series of special railroad cars for display. An 85-foot rolling museum containing railroad artifacts was open for tours. Other pieces of railroad equipment on display, but not open for tours, were a derrick used for re-railing equipment, a diner car and two business cars. Railroad Days featured two stages with continuous live entertainment. On Sunday, the day designated to commemorate Amarillo's founding, members of the Amarillo Women's Forum will serve free ice cream and cake at an afternoon party near the Civic Center. Later Sunday, the entertainment spotlight moves to the Civic requires caii aHrr 3 ? ~ Center Coliseum where the Amarillo Symphony will play a pops con- i PROJECT MANAGER ! c ls^R~N ; tmE^\pplVTr-iSo"n! cert - A Iaser snow ' sponsored by Budco and special friends of U.- J n '"' Centennial Committee, will provide a spectacular conclusion to the musical program. Sheriff says tape won't hurt sting MIDLAND (AP) — The outcome of an Iranian arms deal undercover sting operation conducted by the Midland County Sheriff's office will not be affected by the release of tape-recordings of a private session between Sheriff Gary Painter and county commissioners. Painter said. However, commissioners are divided on their opinions on the weapons sting and information revealed by the tapes, they said Friday. Retired District Judge Perry D. Pickett last week ordered the county to open to the public tapes of a private 45-minute meeting on Monday. The public officials discussed the sting operation that netted 47- year-old Victor Fonseca of Lisbon. Portugal, on a charge of engaging in organized criminal activity. The judge, responding to a lawsuit filed by the Midland Reporter-Telegram, said he felt the public had a right to know what they discussed. , CallCT III! TtWO KlblNO LAWNHOWKK 13!: 1.' ia c; GIBSON "MtLTlCYCLE CASB5ERS— Mature iemsls preferrrt m Cnnvfnieoce store Waiti truci daih or aun o-«r 11 Ci-JSffi SITTER UNE ROCK "1XKW AIR CONtimONLNG- tax- B7V i X"! UTV- Hi rid 1 . ; COUNSELOR -'COORDINATOR p ~. Prrfi-r KA Unpre «ort Saturday* References aifwfcj.vndnsuaefe: TeeBa>towr.Sun PO ! ;>pini. Send rrsumejBon »),B8«397l. Basio»n.TX7K2 /JOTS't fester «MKoll- j iXrVRTUDY^aaied! it. ha\;j»?.. iX ..j:i !,.,,__ „ „, ,„„,, ,,„.., .„ SiK* H«X«.. area !T" ! El . Toro M "" :; ' n «»«••«»••«• ^ -; isi B > .M > <jfoios> ,|!^L^ a .?.y. r _.™-i 0 .^:L ..._ _ ; .orrrlateddrtrer Duties! ' [mdade iraciint I marrtaimnf; costs j •ALVTENASCE PERSON- Needed i ,. t j»*tiuBipmfwjUmiti aadfHHdsuprm-IPlumbtniLwiring,.icarpentn t5-twur j iv ', r»*ane»periei>rrde4iredtisip7cc 1 AMiT'CAriSERlA~'^r.| computer ;: j4f!oto j,,,,, IS ^ uk]t!? ,pp|, OJ!lon j we po*iiK>m AppJ.> in per- -Thursdav (MECHANIC NEEDED- For snail dutnp true*, company (>nly experienced | Mrdapph T<l!I>ecler.CA-<K? j XTED'ltAtlJRE PERSON- Te'i'.vf 'in I HousHeepinc i carr ol cldert; woman i Cali <2M!S1 i ~ " : " "" ""'! ECONO LODGE HOTEL- now hirme j lor auditori E\pencnce prrferrvJ RESTAURANT: hmnp for waitresses i «- par Uiaja ii ol Pumr*!T> MANAGER TRAINEE/FULL-TIME SALES Hard Work Pays Jb At ROBINSON If you ore willing to work hard, show initiative and toke on responsibility •• i! will PAY AT J.B, Robinson. Earn a base salary plus commissions on everything you sell. Take advantage of our policy of 100% promotion from within Enjoy being one of the highest paid managers in the retail industry, '.Our compensation package is complemented by an excellent benefits package, including free life, medical and dental insurance, and o company paid pension plan and stock ownership plan; also o comprehensive Training program. All with the opportunity to move-up quickly in one of the largest jewelers in the US. - and we're growing fast! If you are looking for o setting where hard work and initiative pay off, look at J.B. Robinson Jewelers. To Jpply please call John Reyes. 421-4923. Jb ROBINSON J E W E L ^JL The diamond people " An Equal Opportunity Employer rr^anl O* W<1 AKC "BASSETT PUPPIES- ^iii. l^hami'-KMi E>n**lIirH ¥ ^omit^j k sJKH. 1 K# Call «4.n> up ' u *'» : HEAVT EQUIPMENT OPERATOR- RCRM Superfur*: am eeortteinKal j Kxpmencrt only need apol^ m<*»imi Sornf Gulf (,\ust travel Lone | ^\ Harlan. 32S-5*(* — L .- . .^. 'ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS^- Kor ,jr lemporanr^w! »«.*, UK i.. Dwt, RS Aooks. Prep Cooks. Dishwashers. K3 Katv rrr,, S«2e 113 ! *"! t ? n £- * ^,,^1 Appl > in f " ;r T n u^^-^—-, IOSLV The Galley Restaurant, mi ^^^ |S«;UlH»j 1*6. Bayto»n GCNiK^l)mCE"-""\o"experi«r« necessary Apply m pervsp. U125 Martel Street Rd . 1-10 Eas! Next to Country Boy Boots Xo phone calls, please. tilt 4W-Z54-7W1 or 8W-J3KJOW COCKER SPANIEL lii Call <n-»:iT >T!t\LE BLACK LABRADOR- t nwn. (•MEDIATE OPENING- After Ttwuchts Bou:«)uc. Son Jacmto Mall, a tx^ rapwiJ? c:w*m*; cnain of retail stores vl'r.ng te^rtry, handbags. 1 accessories, will be arrepur.g applications lor Assistant Manager Keta:l ex- j perieiK-e helpfLl Appltcations taken I MKslaj Aupjs* t!, 10 anlo ptn A.pplv I at .store KOK M K Retail Manager INDIVIDUAL NEEDED- To sit »ith dderl> «-oman It dfl hous^-lcwpmR. .1-4 sa'vietti Pinehuraarta.5T3-lia) EAK MAID WANTED Tin Hat Tavern (QABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRST UV W X A B C D E F G H Management ptsilions Look us over. We're o locol compxjny, affiliated with o nationally recognized Chicago based manufacturer thai's looking for kind, honest people who one interested in he/ping rhe hearing impaired. You must be o professional first and a salesperson second, one who's willing to work hard because we have no slow season. We're always on th« go -o cor is necessary. We have on excellent compensation package that will t* discussed at o personal in tervww. Interested? Look oi over. Call between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm for an appointment, 42242V PARAKEETS, FINCKES.Cockaleels, j L-iyins hrns. Dwks. (ieesc. Peacocks,' forts, fVivei. yuailv Kao6tts Capes 4 aquarium!.. Saddle 457,ZiS5 ptitential nienct store Hiring eipenrnced or »iil ! tram willing worfcery managers, assis- i tant managers & castiien Apply bvt- ' »-ern 1 1 4 pm at the odice, 79U Thomp i snn Rd. Highlands. 4.3fr£B< | ' RARKEN KARBS-- Krwh Peas. Pewhtti. 4 Tomatoes Call W«-:S5*J$ MEDUJJI TO LARGE SHRIMP- lt» . C,W per Ib 50 Ite . C 2. per Ib 7«s«or<af!«5 FRKHSMRIMP- Dillmmt sues, diflrreni pncrs NEED PROFESSIONAL SALES PEOPLE- !!«w »t\ile training. Benefits K3K potential lirst yrar Call *S»-M2 J71S t».M •Established Company 'NoTravel'RapKj Advancement *Ne* & Refurbished Homes Cal!Conror.9to5.<i2-Sll8 Mcblle HMK OMncn Ca»«r FRESH SHRIMP DAILY! •M; m n ft. m Mr • tff Rfi. : DON- M M nursing honw ICK/SXK. 45 minutes from Houjto.*.. ofl FV I%0 Salar>' ncgotiabte Contact Barbara Hoover." TWO FULL TIME LVJTS- 7 to3* II to 7. Bow/its, rrtirrmcm plan, paid vacation, educational program Contact For more into, call Texas Community Living Ventures. 4i>-15*S Raytovn Dialysis Facility is In mcri of an Equipment TrrhnM-ijin DMIn will Include the repair t maintenance of water treatment, medical, » etetfriwl For an application, call Rudy al '22-37*. or ctmw by «M N. Main. B»ylo*n Fall or part time Ifonw h>alfn, f<l -AH3. IW bed lacility. Requires excei.'ent I rrfenwccs. Apply at 3Wo Beaumnnl. j Baytoon. { ROTATING— Equipment specialist, strong m theory 4 application of process refrigeration i electrical aparatus Write to Jack Burch. Louisiana Chemical Equipment Co. P.O Box 14W. LaPone. TX 77571 Systems expertenctd operator. 10 NTS. experience »lth water treatment systems. Lab analysis skills. Shin work. *'»ges commensurate »ith expenence. Apply EMPAK. rTSS BatUeground Rd . Deer Park. TX.7TSJ6 BABYSITTER NCEDCD- in Highlands area. To care for 4 rnontli old child in my nomt, Monday-Friday Relerwces a must 43WB61 OfMENING AVAILABLt- lor es- pci ieiitTd or unexperteDced Opticians. Must be fashion conKlence with a sate pwsnnality Hign Sdiwl education and transportation Wardt Optical is a major company with cuftttntt salary and com- mi«teii. Call 42l-ssaforapjrtnlmenl_ •MirmiM«Ck PIMDH- Nertrt. Must twvt tptfUntM ma»e-rea<l\- CT- pertrnce* own lo»ts Call 4a-«S2|. AL CAM imrmc- RN s and LVN's. come Join Mr stafting pm). Work PKN tar einWcnt salary. 43B-B* AVON T«llT«rMl! Listen To What The Experts Have To Say... about Walden Oak Schools! Tyler Davis Age 4 "/ like everything!" Lindsey Brown Age 4 "I like the whole school. It's like home!" Kelly Trigg AgtlO 'Th* Teachers are special!" WALOEN OAK SCHOOLS "Learning is our specialty" • Infants to 12 yrs. • Privately owned • 10 yeors in Boytown • Operated by educators 424-5111 *2Tu^iT 42M57S HMMnrM. 5 A B C D E F G H 1C ABCDEFCHIJKLMNQFORSTUVWXYTti

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