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Post-GazetteSunday,October24,2004 J-15 BidsandProposals PITTSBURGHWATER ANDSEWER AUTHORITY INVITATIONTO BIDDERS ThePittsburghWater andSewerAuthoritywill electronicallyreceive"Re- questsForProposals"no laterthan5:00p.m.lo- caltimeonNovember 15,2004fromSystem Providers/Supplierswho areinterestedinprovidingservicesfor: LABORATORY INFORMATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM Detailsregardingthe abovementionedpropos- al/specificationsare availablefromLeon GodekatTheOfficeof Procurement,Pittsburgh WaterandSewerAu- thority,441Smithfield Street,ThirdFloor, Pittsburgh,PA15222, Tel#(412)255-8891, email:lgoded@ pgh2o.com. APre-BidMeetingwill beheldonMonday,No- vember01,2004@10:00 a.m.inthePWSABoard Room,SecondFloor,441 SmithfieldStreet,Pitts- burgh,Pennsylvaniaand allVendorsinterestedin biddingonthisproject areencouragedtoattend thismeeting. RequestForProposals mustbemadeinaccor- dancewithallapplicable instructionsandterms andconditionsallof whichmaybeviewedby contactingLeonGodek, PittsburghWaterand SewerAuthority,441 SmithfieldStreet,Third Floor,Pittsburgh,PA 15222,Tel#(412)2558891,email: lgodek@pgh2o.comon andafterOctober25, 2004. ThePittsburghWater andSewerAuthorityen- couragesresponsesfrom smallfirms,MBE/WBE firmsandfirmswho havenotpreviouslyper- formedworkfortheAu- thority. ThePittsburghWater andSewageAuthority reservestherighttore- jectanyorallproposals. GREGORYF. TUTSOCK, ExecutiveDirector ThePittsburghWater andSewerAuthority REQUESTFOR PROPOSAL- CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT SERVICES TheAlleghenyValley SchoolDistrictisinter- estedinsecuringcon- structionmanagement servicesfortheproject- edrenovationtobeper- formedattheAcmetonia PrimarySchoool.The successfulfirmwillneed tomanage6-10primes andhaveaminimumof 10yearsinexistence; othercriteriawillbe foundintherequestfor proposalpacket. Allinterestedparties inordertoreceivea proposalpacketmust submittoAlleghenyVal- leySchoolDistrict,300 PearlAvenue,Cheswick, PA15024,anon-refund- abledepositfeeof$25.00. Deadlineforresponses toproposalisOctober 27,2004.Interviewswill followshortlythereafter. Forfurtherinformation, call724-274-5300. SLIPPERYRockArea SchoolDistrictissolicit- ingsealedbidsfor"Snow Plowing"atvariousloca- tionswithinthedistrict. AllinterestedContrac- torsmayrequestbid packagesfromtheOffice ofEnvironmentalSer- vices,SlipperyRock AreaHighSchool,201 KiesterRoad,Slippery Rock,PA16057.Sealed bidswillbereceivedun- til1:30p.m.,Wednesday, November10,2004and willbeopenedatthat time.Phone724-794-2960, ext2375. BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES BusinessOpportunities #1CASHCOW!!! 90VendingMachinesin 30locations-$9,995.Call Now!1-800-836-3464. $150,000-1stYR! Everybusinessusesthis product.Hugedemand w/repeatcustomers.$10K investreq’d.800-330-3684 $250K+1stYr.Oppty. NoSelling-NotMLM! Call1-877-621-580224/7 ABuyers/Sellers/Valuation www.BAForSale.com BusinessAmerica276-7701 AlocalVendingrt-must sell by11/15.Toploc’s, greatincome!Fullcust. support.$5K-$8K.1-877- 822-1725,24hrs. ASECRETMACHINE ReadMetersMakeMon- eyEXEC.BIZNO SELLING$18KMin.Inv. 800-213-2166 ASODA/CANDYRTE- MustSell Greatloc’s earnBIG$$.$0dwn/fin. 1-800-367-6709(24/7)x1117 ABSOLUTEGOLD Mine! 80Machines+ locationsAllfor...$9,995 Call1-800-344-1277 AbsoluteGoldMine! Do youearn$1,800awk? Work6hrs/wk.Restock ocalTOYroute.Small carOK.Absolutelyno$ downoac.Callnow,24 hrs.1-800-613-0250. ABSOLUTEGoldmine! 60vendingmachines, exc.locations. Allfor $10,995.800-234-6982 AbsolutelyAllCash!!! NameBrandCandyVend- ingRoutesw/loc’s.Only $9995.1-800-914-9980 AllCashCandyRoute DoyouEarn$800/day?30 MachinesandCandyAll for$9,995.1-800-814-6077 AMBITIOUSENTRE- PRENEUERS neededto startbusiness.Corporate financingavailable.6 figurefirstyearpoten- tial. .............800-216-7282 BAR& RESTAURANT $$$FINANCING$$$ LargestinPAsince1986 SpecialtyLenders 412-369-1555 BusinessOpportunities 800.747.3342 , x413 BID DEADLINE • DECEMBER 3, 2004 Be Your Own BOSS! Find out how you can become a Uni-Mart branded convenience store/gas station and/or tobacco outlet owner! Over 200 businesses to choose from in PA, NY, DE & MD! www.nrc.com/uni-mart IncooperationwithJosephJ.Locke,PALicensedBroker LegalNotices FEMA PUBLICNOTICE 1555-DR-PA and1557-DR-PA TheFederalEmergen- cyManagementAgency (FEMA)herebygives noticeofitsintentto provideassistancetoin- dividuals,localgovern- ments,Stateagencies, andeligiblenon-profit organizationsfordamag- esresultingfrommajor disastersTropicalDe- pressionsFrancesand Ivan,whichcaused floodingandsevere stormsintheCommon- wealthofPennsylvania (FEMA-1555-DR-PAand 1557-DR-PA).Theinci- dentperiodforFrances wasSeptember8-9;and forIvanSeptember17- October1,2004.FEMA intendstoprovidereim- bursementtoeligible applicantsforeligible emergencyresponseand disasterrecoveryactions undertheauthorityof theRobertT.Stafford DisasterReliefand EmergencyAssistance Act,42U.S.C§5121-5206. ThefollowingCounties havebeendesignatedto receiveIndividualand/or PublicAssistancefund- ing:Allegheny,Arm- strong,Beaver,Bedford, Blair,Bradford,Bucks, Butler,Cameron,Carbon,Centre,Chester, Clarion,Clearfield,Clinton,Columbia,Crawford, Cumberland,Dauphin, Delaware,Erie,Elk, Franklin,Fulton, Greene,Huntington,Indiana,Jefferson,Junia- ta,Lackawanna, Lawrence,Lebanon,Le- high,Luzerne,Lycoming,Mifflin,Monroe, Montgomery,Montour, Northampton,Northumberland,Perry,Philadel- phia,Pike,Potter, Schuylkill,Snyder,Som- erset,Sullivan,Susque- hanna,Tioga,Union, Warren,Washington, Wayne,Westmoreland, Wyoming,andYork.All countieswithintheCom- monwealthareeligible toapplyforassistance undertheHazardMiti- gationGrantProgram (HMGP). ThePresident’sExec- utiveOrder11988,Flood- plainManagement,and ExecutiveOrder11990, ProtectionofWetlands, requirethatallfederal actionsinoraffecting thebasefloodplainor wetlandsbereviewedfor opportunitiestoavoidor minimizeadverseaffects tothefloodplainorwet- lands.Whereadverse affectscannotbeavoid- ed,FEMAwillunder- takeadetailedreviewto minimizefutureflood damageandharmtothe floodplainorwetland. Thiswillincludean evaluationofsocial,eco- nomic,culturalresourc- es,environmental,legal andsafetyconsider- ations,includingaddi- tionalpublicinvolve- ment,asappropriate. SomeoftheFEMA- fundeddisasterrecovery projectswillbein,or affectthefloodplainand wetlands. FEMAhasdetermined thatforcertaintypesof facilitiestherearenor- mallynoalternativesto restorationintheflood- plain/wetland.FEMAin- tendstoprovideassis- tancefortherestoration offacilitiestotheirpre- disastercondition,ex- ceptthatthefacilities willberestoredtocom- plywithcurrentcodes andstandards.Certain measurestomitigatethe effectsoffutureflooding orotherhazardsmaybe includedinthework. Forroutineactivities, thiswillbetheonly publicnoticeprovided. Forotheractivities, thisconstitutesaninitial publicnotice,andsubse- quentnoticeswillbe publishedasspecificin- formationbecomes available. Thepublicisinvitedto commentorrequestad- ditionalinformationby writingtoFEMARegion III,615ChestnutStreet, Philadelphia,PA19106, Attention:RegionalEn- vironmentalOfficer,re: DR1555/57. BusinessOpportunities BAR/RESTAURANT Dwntwnculturaldist. RE,lic&fixtures. Ed GoldstonRltr412-606-1610 BAR/RESTAURANT EastSuburbs, lounge, rest.,niteclub-allin one+3.3acres.Financ- ingavail.Reduced$350K 412-621-7711,Broker BEST1PersonBusiness inPgh.2Yr.Growth68%. NoSellingExc.Profits Inv.$16,996.866-426-2640 BusinessOpportunities Extension 413 BID DEADLINE DECEMBER 3, 2004 Be Your Own BOSS! Over 200 C-Store w/ Gas businesses to choose from in PA, NY, DE & MD! www.nrc.com/uni-mart 800.747.3342 IncooperationwithJosephJ. Locke,PALicensedBroker Attend a FREE How-to-Buy Seminar Monday, November 15 Pittsburgh, PA LegalNotices LegalServices ABANKRUPTCY AsLowAs$300+Costs Sat.&eve.appts.avail AttyPowell412-373-3753 ADIVORCE$195TOTAL No-FaultUncontested AttysReisman&Davis FreeInfo24Hours Notravel800-486-4070Pgh BANKRUPTCY Getridofbills! Getridofbillcollectors! MAZZEI&ASSOCIATES Pittsburgh-BelleVernon-Tarentum 1-800-405-0935 CIVIL/CRIMINALCASES Divorces/Accidents JoelDresbold,Atty.281-7066 Reas.Rates.Idohousecalls MERCHANDISE Antiques&Collectibles ANTIQUETWIN BEDS solidmahoganyMor- gan’sColonial1940’s$420 RossTwp412-369-7139 ANTIQUES HolidaySale20-50%off startingNovember1 OPENTUES.-SUN.10-5 412-429-9222 • 412-429-9223 ANTIQUES WANTED Mosteverything50years bought.Ibuyfurniture, dishes,glassware,bed sets,diningsets,etc. CallMr.Fox (724)352-4500 BASEBALLCARDS (300)’50’s-’70’s,Mantle, Mays,Aaron,&many more.$1500firm. (724) 869-9989 BreyerModels 1965-1975. Ex.cond.25Models$550 (412)650-7821 BUFFET- excellent condition,$500/orB.O. (412)856-7989 COLLECTORBUYING oldSlotmach.,anycond. Regina&othermusic boxes,recordplayer withhorn,windupsing- ingbirdsandothermu- sicrelateditems.Old, unusualpennyarcade, cigarstore,sodafoun- tain&salonitems.Any- thingold,coinoperated. Olddolls,ornatelamps andwindow.440-871-6071. DESKTable; rocker; oaktable;wallphone; RestoredVict 412-921-4758 DININGRM set1930s tblw/8chrs&3leaves, Chinacabinet&buffet- allinclawfeet,exccond Offers!(412)417-5463 DININGROOM Refinishedmahogeny Chippendale,10pc,$4000 orB/O. Call724-443-0784. DININGROOM1930’S Sheraton,mahog,incl. buffet,china,table,6 chairs.$800.412-344-1927. DOLLSGEORGETOWN &AshtonDrake,allwith certificate.412-788-2834 BusinessOpportunities BARS&Restaurants AREALLWESELL StripDist. turnkeyrest/ bar,greatopportunity. SouthSide RestECarson N.Hills Busyneighbor- hoodbar/restw/R.E. N.Hills pizza/wing/6pk shop,lowrent,hitraffic Mt.Washington w/R.E. Confidentialityreq’d. FinancingAvailable www.specialtygroup.com 412-369-1555 BARS/RESTAURANTS AspinwalltoZelienople Shot&beertofinedin- ing.Price$25Kto$2Mil 412-621-7711,Broker CASHNOW! CoreFund- ingpurchasesannuity payments&structured settlements.CallLaurie orTom1-800-836-0479 COFFEEBUSINESS Highprofitpotential. Shorthours,lowover- head,companytraining. CallNow! 1-800-813-6625 CommercialCleaningFranchise BeforeyoubuyaFran- chiseyouoweittoyour selftocallUS.Start yourownbusiness!Work fromhome.Youwillre- ceivelocalsupport, training,andfinancing. $1K-25Kinmonthlybusi- ness@(412)257-3060 COMMERCIAL JANITORIALBUSINESS Greatstarterbusiness. Mustsell.412-469-2577 CONNEAUTLAKEPARK Afamilyoriented amusementparkandre- sortinConneautLake, PAislookingforven- dorstolease&operate eightparkprofitcenters forthe’05,’06&’07sea- sons ● BeachClub, ● Bar ● FullRestaurant ● MidwayGames ● MidwayFood ● Ballroom ● Campground, ● Hotel SeriousinqtoDonKalt- enbaugh,CEO,Conneaut LakePark,12382Center St,ConneautLake,PA 16316orcall814-382-5115 CONVENIENCESTORE-$65,000 724-868-2203;724-868-2133 DELI-NORTHSHORE OWNERMUSTSELL. Relocating.Needoffers. CallDave, (724)622-6440 DollarVarietyStore Greatloc.,reasonable (412)421-6330 DONUTS/BAKERY Retail+longest.whole- saleaccts.Employeesin place.Ownerwilltrain. MoneyMaker$79,900. 412-621-7711,Broker DOWNTOWN Cultural DistRest,busycorner-all newequip,mustsell $75K FinancingAvailable www.specialtygroup.com 412-369-1555 ExistingFranchiseForSale! Imagine,openingthe doorsofyourownfran- chiseinaslittleas30-60 days!Mrs.Fields’Orig- inalCookies,Inc.hasa corporate-ownedpretzel conceptstoreforsalein Erie,PA.Formorein- formationonthisstore andotherexistingop- portunities,pleasecall: RichHankins717-932-9188 orrichh@mrsfields.com ORvisitourwebsiteat: www.mrsfieldsfranchise.com Theseopportunities won’tlast.CallToday! Thisofferingismadeby prospectusonly.Mrs. Fields’OriginalCookies, Inc.2855E.Cottonwood Parkway,Suite400,Salt LakeCity,UT84121. FIRSTTIMEOFFER INT’LMFTR. STRIKESGOLD • "NEW"RvltnryProd • Pgh/DistributorAvail • $200k+1styr-$19,750/Invst Don’tmiss1-888-920-4683 FLORALBUSINESS 27 yrsoldLocatedinEliz- abeth,PAOwnersRetir- ing3000CustomerBase Flowers27@comcast.net Antiques&Collectibles ELEPHANT,BROWN lthr,62"Lx65"H,Excep- tional! $300.412-967-0675 GAMEUSEDFOOTBALL CASH!!CASH!!CASH!! PayingCASHforGAME USEDSTEELERSand PITTPANTHERS FOOTBALLJERSEYS andHELMETS.Highest PricesGuaranteed/ PrivateCollector/ ConfidentialityAssured. Prefer70’sand80’s GameWornEquipment. CALL 412-600-3936 GULFOIL double-sided porcelainsign,6’x7’,exc cond.,$400/BO. (412)2928930 HALLSEAT antique, oak,handturnedspin- dles,originalbeveled mirror,lifttopseat storage,excellentcondi- tion,$800.(412)704-8088. NEDSMITH Limited editionprints,"Closing In","Keeperofthe Cliffs","WindfallGrouse" and"WindfallWoodcock". PAGameCommission printsalsoavail.Callfor details724-845-1598 PHONEBOOTH 50’s foldingdoors&fan, $850;3slotphonealso avail.(412)462-5773 POSTERS Pgh.Vintage GrandPrixofficialpost- ers,eachyear1983-2004 excet’84&’92incl.rare 1989poster.Allexccond. Severalsignedbyartist. $500forall.412-762-9729 WESTMORELAND MILKGlass 140pcs.Not soldseparately.$1,000/ firm.724-924-1300 WHISKEYDECANTERS- VERY lrgselectionexc. cond.(412)921-6929 CAMPAIGNBUTTONS Wanted,toppricespaid. CallSteve,724-444-5685 ArtsCrafts&Hobbies CERAMICS SkuttKiln, molds,greenware&sup- pliesA-1.(412)835-3105 TOLEPAINTERS - wood,metal,slateitems topaintforsale,new& antiques. (412)833-4411 Auctions AREMINDER FOXCHAPEL Estate TODAY2pm OakmontElks Elderlyatty&spouse sell75yraccumfrom Tudormansion.30lovely Orientalrugsofallsizes, antiques&finefurn. HendredonQsize+old DrexelBR&DR,Doul- tons,Hummels,Nut- tings,Gutman.Finechi- na,crystal,strlFancy lamps,mirrors,artwork, custommadestained glass.Goodjewelry& Vict.clothing.Muchgolf stuff,6pocketwatches, 2shotguns.Agreatiron gazeboandcenterfoun- tain/urn!724-417-3385 AARONSAuctLLC1919L DeliveryAvail.MC/Visa Antiques,Uniques,Furniture Fri.,Oct29,6:30pm AUCTIONBARN 20333Rt.19 CranberryTwp.,PA Indoor-Heat-Seats-Food- NoBuyersFee.Singer featherweightsew mach.,washstand,hall tree,chest-a-robe,glass, collectibles,DRset,BR sets&chests,LRfurn, gametable,lotboxlots. Preview2pmdayof sale.484-L.Visa-Master- Checks.Ph:724-776-9967 BusinessOpportunities GOLF/SPORTS Strongsixfigureincome, excl/protectedterr.,$45K inv.req.Immediatein- come.1-800-380-5337 GUYSGETHAIRCUTS. GUYSWATCHSPORTS. EVERYINVESTMENT SHOULDBETHISOBVIOUS. Weexclusivelytarget men&boys. ● Nohaircareindustry experiencerequired ● Groundflooropportuni- ty.Rapidexpansion. ● $75KCashRequirement ● Totalinvestment$150K to$200Kperstore Calltoday: 1.800.USA.HAIR www.sportclips.com 110Briarwood, Georgetown,TX78628 HAIRSALON McMurray.$10,000.Mov- ingoutofstate.412-835- 5024;724-941-6080. IceCream/ItalianIce E.Suburbs,asking$50K, motivatedtosellquickly makeoffer,412-443-0239 ★ LIQUORLICENSES ★ ★★ DLicense ★★ Allcounties.Intermunici- paltransferguidance available. SPECIALTY BROKERS • 412-369-1555 LIQUORLICENSE, PITTSBURGHMustSell 412-621-6401ext14 LIQUORLICENSES Alsoretail Beer&Distributor licenses.Statewide 412-621-7711,Broker LOOKINGFORA BUSINESSTHAT’S RIGHTFORYOU!? FREE PublicFranchise Seminar Tues.,Oct.26, 6:30-8:30pm heldatNo. Alleg.ChamberofCom- merce,5000Brooktree, Wexford.Callto Reserveaseat FRANNET412-231-6995 www.frannet.com LOVEtoSHOP? MysteryShoppersneed- edinyourlocalarea. PT/FT,Makeyourown hours.Trainingprovid- ed.Musthaveinternet access.(800)788-5190. MANUFACTURING FACILITY(20years) Woodtrim&moulding,in- vestor/partnerorsaleof business,includeshuge clientbase,allequipment &stableworkforce.Possi- bleownerfinancing. 412-999-6330724-941-6330 NFL/MLBCandleRte. HugeProfits.Hitraffic Loc’s.Nocompetition.0$ down.Financingavail. 800-833-7470,x5417 Own5ATMMachines for$15K,10for$28K. Locationsincluded. Continuouscashflow. Financingavailablewith nocreditcheck. 800-567-3898 PARTNERforunique business,activitiesfor kids/adultswithsmall manufacturing,Sq.Hill $10,000.412-901-2663. PIZZASHOP Greens- burg,seats45,$500rent, absenteeowner,$19,000. (412)779-0441 PRINTING/GRAPHIC FRANCHISE: Owner lookingtoRetire!!A FullSvc.Ctrw/accounts, NoExpNec.,Company Training,Support,Low Invest.800-645-3006 PUCMOVINGLicense, Equipment&Truck I’mretiring.412-287-3554 RELAXTHEBACK RetailSpecialtyStore Health&Wellnessprod- ucts.Little/nocompeti- tion.Fastgrowingin- dustry800-290-2225x1004 RENTAL& Partystore Profitable.$170K bizsale13@yahoo.com RESTAURANTDOWN- TOWN rest.includes nicesalesvolume, equip.,liquorlic,+ muchmore$200K TLC BROKERS412-391-2036 RESTAURANT ForSale. Cafe/Pizzaria.Grtpoten- tial/grtconcept.Shaler area.$150K.412-302-5350 RESTAURANT Monro- eville.Liquorlic.,busi- ness&eqpt.412-551-0597. Auctions ANNUALGARAGEDOOR AUCTION Sun.,Oct.31,1PM Loc.at: FayetteCo. Fairgrounds,Uniontown, PA.(FiddlersBldg). TakeRt.1195miles northofUniontown,PA, toDunbarRd.toFair- grounds. Mon.,Nov.1,5:30PM Loc.at: WashingtonCo. Fairgrounds(Hall#1) 2151N.MainSt.,Little Washington,PA,take Rt.79toExit8AFollow Fairgroundsignsto Fairgrounds. Able;C.H.I.;Haasand Shoffgaragedoorsec- tions.1/2h.p.Genieand Commercialgaragedoor openers.Approx.100ga- ragedoorswillbeof- feredinthisauction,one sidedsteelandinsulated doors,severalinsulated doorsw/sunburstglass tops,tracksprings,trim, 300’hangingmetaland doorhardware.8x7,9x7, 16x7,10x8,10x10,12x12, 14’,16’18’,widecom- mercialandothersize doorsavailable.Fora differentsizeorstyle doortobeaddedtothis auctioncall614-837-4710. Allsalesfinalandsold "asis".Terms:Cash, Chargecardandcheck w/positiveID,10%buy- erspremiumwillbe charged.Taxwillbe chargedunlessyouhave vendorsnumber.All doorsmustberemoved 2hrs.aftercompletion ofauction. Owner:ShoffDoorCo. Auctioneer: JackGoodbarAU003575R AUCTIONSALE NotNeededIn NewLocation PRESTOGEORGEFINEFOODS 1728PennAve. StripDistrict,Pgh.,PA Wed.,Oct.27,10:00AM Kitchen/Deliequip.incl. USGasRange;South- bendgasfryer;super systemsoven;pasta makers;Hobartmixer; meatslicers;gasgrid- dle,Bev-Airdisplay frzr;pastrycase;walk- infrzr;s/sexhaust hoods,tables,sinks& more!Visitwebsitefor photos&listing. TERMS:cashorap- provedfunds.10%Buy- ersPremium. FredPetersAuctioneers www.fpauctioneers.com (724)785-8954WU1460-L COMIC/TOYSHOW OCT.31,HolidayInn, McKnight10am-3pm Adm$2.Call412-635-0886 CompleteSELLOUTAUCTION INTWOHUGESESSIONS! Wednesday,Oct27and Thursday,Oct.28,2004 @9:30AM(eachday) WashingtonCounty Fairgroundsnear Washington,PA Beautifulantiquefurn; assortmentofglassware, china,&pottery pcs. DuncanMiller.Vin- tagetoys,trains&chil- dren’sitems.advitems andtins.Primitives; twofulldaysofselling. Visitwebsite www.JOERPYLEAUCTIONS.com Terms:Cash.Checks. AuctionCompanyAp- proval.15%BuyersPre- miumonallpurchases. 3%Prem.waivedfor cash&checkpurchases. JoeR.Pyle CompleteAuction& RealtyService PAAU0011708 (724)324-9000 PUBLICAUTOAuction EVERYTHURS.6P.M. MAG-(412)464-4340 BusinessOpportunities RESTAURANTTurnkey +Liquorlic.Sharpsburg. $350K.(412)889-9096 RESTAURANT/BANQ HALL Beaufifulfacility inEllwoodCity.Full servicerest."Totally Remod."Lgbanq.hall, plentyofparking$895K TLCBrokers412-391-2036 Local Opportunity At Snap-on our dealers come from a variety of backgrounds. But whether a former teacher, attorney, secretary, homemaker or retailer, they have been able to build a successful business for themselves. And so can you! Start making your own rules. With our training, field support and a product that’s been selling itself for more than 80 years, you can do it! Enjoy the independence, pride and freedom of being your own boss. If you are looking for that rare opportunity that matches best-of-class products, proven business strategies and a company that is driven to deliver, take a new look at the Snap-on organization. If interested please contact: Snap-on Tools Company LLC, Attn: Mike Malgieri, 41 Old Upton Road, Grafton, MA 01519; Fax: (508) 839-7721; E-mail: michael.j.malgieri@snapon.com A Snap-on ® Franchise is a business requiring monetary investment. Snap-on and Snap-on Tools are trademarks of Snap-on Incorporated. Kenosha, WI Kenosha, WI Sales You CAN own your own business! Build A Better Future SIGNFRANCHISE hasexistingwell- establishedclientele& location.Lowinitialin- vestment.Trainingand support.Financing available. 1-800-286-8671 SODA&SNACKRTE. 1K-2KWkly28Local Accts1-800-337-033524/7 TAVERN nice,highvol- umeincludesrealestate. 412-884-6066;412-874-0688. USLAWNSLandscape Maintenanceexpanding inyourarea.Provenoper- atingsystem.Ongoing training,fieldsupport, marketing,financing avail.1-800-USLAWNS. www.uslawns.com Woodworking/Mnfg.Corp. Facilitieslocatedin Johnstown,PA.Avail.at BargainPrice.Only PrincipalsApply.Inquir- iestoP.O.Box1004, Johnstown,PA15901-9998 PERSONALCARE HOME(10bed)on3 acreszonedR-3w/3BR 2bath,2cargarspliton lvl9+acres.Private! $565,021CENTURY21 FrontierRlty724-348-7470 Auctions TwoDayEstateAuction Mon&Tues.Oct25&26 DIR:PkyWestpass airport,exit8,straight 3.5mionrtMoonTwp- Mon.10am Preview9:30am Over400lotsTools,An- tiqueSausagepress; Stereoequip;Laurel& Hardybanks;RRmag- azines;Machinistsre- pairtoolchest;Trunks; 2MhgHutchtops;Pro- vincialBRset;30’sBR w/wardrobe;Mission styledesk;3section wallunit;Costumejew- elry;BurledDining Roomtbl;Collectibles; Glass&smalls! ************************** Tues.Oct.26 Preview4:30pm Newolivegreen3pc suedeLRset;leather dualrecliningsofa; Wroughttable&4leaf designchrs;Queen CherryBRset;2Tradi- tionalBRsets;oakdesk w/hutch;LazyBoyre- cliner;Spinetdesk;Pr. Cherrypineapplebeds; Entertainmentunit;Co- baltconsoleset; Rosevillevase;McCoy pcs;TobymugEisen- hower;12Goebelfig- ures;SethThomasman- tleclock;LP’s&45’s; Lg.amt.booksfrom Antique1800’storains, Military,Childrens;etc; 100+VideosWar, Trains,Tins;60’1Play boys;Carmagazines;20 pcsDepression;Cam- era’s;PoliticalIke-Nix- on;Toolsbeginsaleat 5:30pmfirsthourthen traylots. ************************** MarkCalendarAntique EstateSun,.Nov.7th www.johnson auctionservice.com Corvettes to Buicks! Findthe caryou’re lookingfor inthe PG Classifieds HOROSCOPE /JERALDINE SAUNDERS/OCTOBER 24, 2004 ARIES (March 21-April 19): You may be able to get away with being overly forward or pushy as people are in a forgiving mood. It is best to burn off excess energy with physical exertion or some long quiet walks. Sincere apologies will be accepted. TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Wisdom is in the air. Make important decisions now, or carefully examine plans of action for the future. Be aware of the ambitions of others and take them into account. Where matters of your reputation are concerned, it is a good idea to make amends. GEMINI (May 21-June 20): Add imagination to sincerity and you have the winning combination to make headway with others. Small temperamental flare-ups can be tamed with a few gentle words. Apply understanding to touchy situations to resolve them permanently. CANCER (June 21-July 22): The intensity in the air may be perfect for thoroughly cleaning out the closets or attacking long-dreaded tasks that have lingered on the back burner. But take some time to lay out schemes for future financial tactics since wise choices are likely. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22): Promises made today are likely to be kept. People are more cooperative than usual and you can charm your way into someone’s good graces even if past hard feelings must be overcome. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Perfect communication between you and a significant other can transcend the spoken word. Make agreements or promises now if you want a successful future. Permanent improvements in both finances and partnerships are likely if you act now. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 22): Generous friends can provide the necessary information you need to make at least one small dream come true. Your closest companions could be a trifle touchy, but a short cycle of disclosures and apologies can restore harmony. SCORPIO (Oct. 23-Nov. 21): The desire to keep personal problems a secret or the need to maintain confidentiality for others can create a temporary conflict; being basically honest and aboveboard will score the most points. You will be able to tackle ethical conundrums with ease. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22- Dec. 21): Truth and sincerity should be your guiding lights today. If you make a pledge you will certainly honor it and can trust others to do the same. A few secrets could bubble to the surface today and require action. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22- Jan. 19): You would be wise to make steadfast resolutions now while the stars are favorable for any matters that require honesty and sincerity. Strive to develop fair standards to apply to present situations in case unfair temptations come your way in a few weeks. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20- Feb. 18): The next few days are perfect for making trustworthy friends, but don’t mistake friendship for love. Romantic connections pursued now may prove to be too self-reliant for stability over the long term. Existing romances, however, will grow closer. PISCES (Feb. 19-March 20): You may find yourself in perfect mental sync with a significant other. If you get the urge to call someone or initiate discussions, be assured that the other person feels the same way. It is a good time to soothe troubled waters. IF OCTOBER 24 IS YOUR BIRTHDAY: The early months of 2004 may have contained surprises that shifted your perspective and sent you down a new path. Right now you can make solid plans for the future without worry or concern that your apple cart will be upset any further. Looming uncertainties will fade away by late November, so go ahead and put your dreams into motion with complete confidence of success. If you need to put a little muscle behind your ideas, your initiative and enthusiasm will be in full blossom early next May. The following astrological forecasts should be read for entertainment value only. These predictions have no reliable basis in scientific fact. Husband’s porn upsets wife D EAR HARLAN: I recently married the most wonderful man on the face of this earth after dating him for five of the best years of my life. A couple of months ago, I accidentally came across some porn downloaded to our computer. When I asked him why he needed to look at that kind of stuff and why he was hiding it, he could not give me an answer. He knew he had really hurt my feelings and was truly sorry. He also stated that he would not do it again. I am not trying to be, nor do I want to be, a demanding, unrealistic wife. On the other hand, I have had personal life experiences that make me highly resent porn (which he and I have talked about). Basically, I need to know why men look at porn. Does this mean that he feels something is missing from our relationship? I know he loves me, but at the same time, I cannot help feeling betrayed. I want to trust my husband. — RESTLESS DEAR RESTLESS: In all fairness, your husband might not have realized this was a betrayal. And that’s the problem for a lot of loving, caring, devoted and satisfied men who occasionally wander into the sleazy side of cyberspace. It’s not about betrayal, dissatisfaction or lack of love. It can be about pure escapism, similar to a woman reading a trashy romance novel (guys prefer pictures and streaming video). To assume that all men who view porn are no longer attracted to their significant other is a huge mistake. A lot of times, it’s a habit that starts years earlier and carries into the relationship. I’m not telling you to accept it as healthy. I’m just explaining how it happens for “some” men. As for your husband, if he’s never given you reason to doubt his love, don’t start. The fact that he’s so concerned and so sorry for hurting you should be comforting. The man who ignores his wife’s hurt feelings and refuses to acknowledge that there is a problem IS the problem. And that doesn’t sound like your wonderful husband. DEAR HARLAN: My girlfriend and I have a great relationship, but I can’t help but feel a little jealous of one of her guy friends. I know she wouldn’t cheat on me, and the guy is a mutual friend of ours and I’d trust him with my life. It’s not a question of infidelity; I just get jealous. She considers him a brother, talks about him a lot, and they hang out and sleep over at each other’s apartments. Sometimes I can’t help but wonder if she thinks about him more than she thinks about me. — ALMOST JEALOUS DEAR ALMOST JEALOUS: He’s not her brother and she’s not his sister, and that means they shouldn’t spend the night together. Forget about jealously — this is about respect. When you’re in a serious relationship, your significant other should not spend the night with another man, nor you with a woman. Unless they live so far apart that it’s too hard to go home at night or there is another circumstance why getting home isn’t an option, it’s worth talking about. If she can’t see how this could make you uncomfortable, explain that if the roles were reversed and you spent the night with her hot best friend, she’d most likely be bothered. Discuss it, but don’t bring jealousy into the conversation. Your girlfriend chooses to be with YOU, not him (at least most nights). Write Harlan at harlan@ helpmeharlan.com or visit www.helpmeharlan.com. All letters submitted become property of the author. Send paper to Help Me, Harlan! 2506 N. Clark St., Suite 223, Chicago, IL 60614. HELP ME HARLAN Auctions ROYALYORK AUCTIONGALLERY,LTD 5925BaumBoulevard Pittsburgh,15206 EstateAuction: Sat., Oct.30,2004,9am Preview: Thur.,10/28-5 to8PM;Friday10/29- 9:30AMto3PM Ant.&FineFurn: Ma- hog,dining&bedroom suites,desks,uphol. furn.,paintings,prints, mirrors,quilts&linens, Orientalrugs.Crystal& china,silver&SPflat- ware&holloware,jewel- ry.Manyitemsforen- tirehome;books,stereo, furs,toys&dolls. Terms: Cash,checks w/PAlicense&major creditcardforIDonly. Absenteebidswelcome. License#AU001034. Phoneforphotomailer: (412)661-1171.E-mail: Auctionryg@aol.com NoBuyer’sPremium BuildingMaterials 3STEELBUILDINGS 28x30was$9,900 sell$5,190 38x44was$15,900 sell$7,960 48x106was$28,650 sell$16,770 1stcome1stServe! 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Stairglide- newExcell12 step,left/rightmount $1200/BO 412-835-3105 Auctions 2ND ANNUAL FALL CONSTRUCTION & FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION 423 ASHWOOD RD., DARLINGTON, PA 16115 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 30, 2004 10:00 AM Dozers: CAT D7H, D6HLGP, D6H, D6, D3C, (3) D3B; Komatsu D21P-7, D21P-6, D21D-5, D21AG-7, D21A-6, D21A-5, D20P-6, (2) D20A-5; Mitsubishi BD2H, (3) BD2G, (2) BD2F; Crawler Loaders: CAT 955C, 931B, 943; John Deere 555; Rubber Tired Loaders: CAT 950F II, 950F; (2) Komatsu WA420-3, WA380-3, WA320-3; Clark 75B; Yale 35; CAT IT28; Excavators: CAT 320B, (4) 312, (3) 307, 307 SSR, (2) E120B, (2) E70B; Komatsu PC180-6, PC130-6, (2) PC75UU-2, (2) PC50UU-2; Hitachi EX50URG; Kobelco SK120LC, SK60-1; (17) Mini-Excavators; End Dumps: (2) Terex TA25, (3) 3066C, 2366; (2) Volvo A35; (4) Crawler Dumps; Tractors: (2) John Deere 7700, 4760, 4650, 4450, 4440, (3) 4250, 4240S, 4240, 4230, 4055, 4050, 4040S, 4240, 4040, Ford 8210 7910, Case IH 7120, (3) 5140, Steiger ST325, Kubota M550T; Compact Tractors: (17) Yanmar; (13) Mitsubishi; (3) Hinotmo; (5) Shibaura; (8) Iseki; Motor Grader; Compactor; (2) Rollers; Broom; Screen Plant: Cedarapids; Misc: Skid Steer Ldr; Rock Drill, Hyd. Hammer; Crane; Scraper; Trencher; Curb Machine; Forklift; Manlifts; Road Planers; Diesel Welders; Air Compressors; Trucks: (3) Truck Tractors; (11) Dumps; Vac; Sewer Inspection; Flusher; Box Vans; Wrecker; Rollback; Fuel & Lube; Bucket; Pickups; Trailers: 50 Ton Lowboy; 35 Ton Lowbow; Rollback; 1% Buyer's Premium. Internet Bidding Available (add'l 2% buyer's premium applies). Check Website For Updates At www.yoderandfrey.com YODER & FREY AUCTIONEERS, INC. PH: 800-842-6221 OR 419-531-4618 HARRY ANDERSON, AUCTIONEER - LIC# AU000018L PA AUCTION HOUSE LIC# AH001793 HomeHealthCare Products AGREATLIFT ● StairGlides INSTALLEDSAVE$100 ● Scooters/Liftchairs 10%OFF-CALLNOW ACCESSIBILITY byPARAMEDICAL 412-781-9111;1-800-479-4644 Horses AQHAAPNDIX mare 15yr15.3h3bars,broke bombproofenergyexp. rideronly1500.00412-974- 8452 AQHAMARE 12yr. Chestnut,Impressive Canadian$2,500;Pony Mare4years13H,both bred’05toB&Wpaint. $900. 724-254-4256. stone22@pghmail.com Auctions 1024J15.011--Composite

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