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West Seattle Herald/White Center News Wednesday, August 13, 1997 17 ssifieds on the internet! 345 FYI 345 FYI IMPORTANT ABBREVIATIONS are limited to th=e on.amoral, CREDn" INFO. available on request. New ads from customers with biqs that are 8 weeks past due or available ~,~,,,~r~,,, ex~ our credit limit of $150. 932-0300 or/1ll~4,~may be held without luffear notice, ,,=utX*"s" have w,.w==atu~',~,~.~ until payment is received or prior e-malt: wsheraldOwolfer, arrangements are made with the ~"~mZ, l~l~;~': ]I~U,).O].. credit department, at 789-2453 BN-T or Healed/News at 932-0300. Car n.. 6oo wi, be e to a, relumed NSF. CORRECTIONS Hefw/d/~WS- Tr/Mme ce and Great ~ cheek your ad the fimt day it runs. The Ballard News Tnbune, e-mail: must have West Seattle Herald and White POSTAL JOBS $12.68/hr. to start plus benefits. Carriers, sorters, computer trainee~ & maintenance. For application and exam into. 1-800-267-5715, ext 50, 7 days, 6 a.m. - 6 p.m. to: Center News ere responsible for Payone inconect insertion. Its agreed 350 Nanny Sha Benefits by the advertiser requesting space that the liablility of the papers in Looking for family to share a the event of failure to publish any Nan~ F/T live oct in W.S. advertisement of any description at Kathy 935--1549. any lime, or in the event that an & ~.W. error occurs in the publishing Of an advertisement shall be limited to the amount paid by the advertiser for that portion of the advertising space occupied by the incorrect item only, and there shall be no li- ability in any event beyond the amount paid for such advertise- ments HeraldlNews. Tribune e-mail: wsherald @ Please Refer to our SERVICE For the #400 Classifications nte, Sales area Sales . 1916 46th Ave SWWest Seattl's finest personal care & lots From 10-3 p.m, No eefllssl retailer has an opening for retail sales person, at 4511 California more 326940111 Ave SW Ave SW Competitive hourly wage. Sat & Sun 9.5 p.m. DOE. Great atm~pbere. Great lo- cation. Call Michelle at 932-3747. foreign accents 525 Wanted ALKI SPUDS RSH & CHIPS, hip ing all pe~1tioea FUll & P/'r, Potato/ buaperson, counter per~, Apply in person, 2666 Alki Ave. SW. 11am-gpm Ing deaning, valid WDL. & trans- portation, $10. 932-5111 Auto Parts DeUvery & Warehouse help, small pickups, must be responsible, start $6.50/hr, medical benefits, phone 621- 1388 or 643-8522 BRN~ICH OPERATING SUPERVISOR Washington Federal Savings has an imrnediate opening, for branch operations supervisor at our Jef- ferson Square Branch, our Ideal candidate has experience in all phases of teller balancing and daily transactions, open all types of savings accts, computing certifi- cate penalties and researching customers. Inquiries. 1o apply send resume to W.F.S attn HR 425 Pike St. Seattle, Wa 98101 EOE. $7-9/hr. expierenced or will train. 284--1927 cleaners, have geod driving record & able to lift 1201be, excellent ben- efits & pay. 783-1003. 525 A/ .zp Wanted DAYCARE TEACHER For mmt~ mini c~mtw, Pff + Call Kllle 9~1-3S05 vma Sale Local community newspaper looking for experienced advertising salesperson. Must be self-starter, hard- working, creative, with a team attitude. Salary plus commission. Will train the right individual. Work in a fun, award- winning environment. Send resume to P.O. Box 16069, Seattle WA., 98126 or fax to 937-1223 DO YOU Subscribe? Get the West Seattle Herald or White Center News delivered every Tuesday to your door step for only $24 per yearor $13 for 6 months. Keep up to date on local issues, sports, construction, grocery specials, and coupons! It's easy, just call 932-6456 today and start delivery next week! 525 Wanted W~ d~eCs license a Applications takon M-Th at 7 am Rite-way Weteqxoollng 9035 12th Ave, NW, Seattle $30,000/yr Income potential. De- ta s. 1 (coo)513.4343 Y-22 EXPERIENCED HANDY to assist with interior home reno- vations in West Seattle. 923-3097 F/T hair stylist wanted Salary + comission. Paid vacation 932-8338 or 543-1999. HAIRSTYUST Licensed. Haircrafters has open- ings, excellent benefits, wage + commission, paid training, etudent loan paybeck, built in clientele, dosed Sundays. Robyn 937-9400, or CanM 271-1230 HOUSE KEEPERS NEEDED, W. Seattle, White Center, Buden, DANA'S 433-0192 Bellard, Queen Anne, Magnolia- DANA'S 368-7991 Learn the metal fabrication & in- stallation trade, F/T training posi- tion, w/a growing company, w/tu- ture benefits. Must have reliable transportation to drive to job sites or shop. Need mechanical aptitude, dependability a must. Call 768-1937 Legal Auh)tant for disabled at- torney, entry level, typing skills & driver's license req'd, 242-8278 Mixer/Blender-DETERGENTS F/T position-Mon-Fd 7-4 Able to read recipe/Batch sheets and add ingredients by weight. Competitive salary & Benefits Formula Corp. 762-7000 ext.0 m ~.zp w,,n,* OFFICE AOMiNiSTRATOR Local Flnandal Smvlees tirm seeks a self-stwter, walt-oRardzed and accurate with details. Must pos- sess excelmt oral~dgen convnu- nlca~ion sidle. Rye years pmvkx~ experlenco preferred. To apply, please mall/fax resume to: Edward Jones, Attn: HR8709-N, 201 Pro- gress Pkwy., St. Louis, MO 63043. Fax: 314-515-1179. EOE. Office help needed, F/T or P/ T,computer skins preferred, bene- fits, pay DOE, 783-1003 PART-TIME GRAPHIC ARTIST needed for weekly community newspaper. Must be flexible, team player and enjoy learning. Knowl- edge of Macintosh computers a must with an emphasis on Free- hand, Photoshop and Quark XPmss. Create and design advertising, paginating and special sections. Mon, Tues & Fd (possible more hours). Please send your resume to PO Box 16069 Seattle, WA 98116 or fax 206-937-1223 or email wsher- ald @wolfenet,cem motivated individuals to earn 5-10t(/too., P/T, fantastic support, no selling, not MLM. Call 1400-322.6169 Ext. 6281, Volunteer host families for 97-98 school year. High schoul girls/boys from German)/, Brazil, Belgium, Scandinavia. Call 800-7t 3-1629. Volunteer musicians wanted. An- yone with talent, vocalist, song- writes. 3025 Avalon Way SW Seattle Wa 932-9871 M-Sun after 8p.m. West Seattle Target now hiring for the following positions: Cashiering Food avenue, Evening sales fir., Early morning stock team- starts at 5 am., wkende P/I. Now ac- capting ~lions at W.S.Target 2800 SW Barton. 932-1153. EOE- DFW CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1. Grumpy person 5. Out of one's mind 8. Villain 12. Prefix for dialysis or globin 13. Deep pit, to a poet 16. Cartoon caveman 17. Brainchild 18. Caroline, to Ted 19. Melody 20. Thoughtful 23. Franklin, to friends 24. Refrain syllable 25. Pieces of asparagus 27. Men's nicknames 30. Letter for Plato 32. Elaborate residences 35. Like ancient Rome, at the time of its Fall 38. Wooden slat 39. Shape 40. Hurts one's toe 43. Increased 44. President whose hus- band was a president 46. Frostbite complication 48. Youths: slang 51. "Croak" 52. Former div. of a large nation 53. Lucky Charms 55. Container for 7 Down 57. Taxing time: abbr. 59. Considered carefully 64. One of a pair 66. Flat 67. Prefix for graph or trooper 68. Imitates a cow 69. Strike 70. Mideast prince 71. Otherwise 72. Family tree member 73. Smell DOWN 1. Fashionable 2. Complete again 3. TV comedy 4. Toot one's own horn 5. Orders 6. Rose's lover, in story 7. Color changers 8. Many times, to a poet 9. Monies advanced to a prospector 10. Common name on the Left Bank 11. Genesis setting 14. Suffix for sea or land 15. --- out; distributes 21. Rankled 22. Food: colloq. 26. Assessor 27. Take into the family 28. River bank 29. Oz visitor, and others 31. Insect 33. Makes smooth 34. Occasion when the Haggada is read 36. Isolated 37. Pull 41. Disobedient 42. Complained in a whining, tearful way 45. Weirdo 47. __ up; increase efficiency 49. Feels dizzy 50. Capital city 54. Pale 56. Become less and less 57. Word that means the same when cap is added to the front 58. Popular backyard feature ---- t7 "--" 27 28 29 DIO RI RIA NI AIT S: V: TO g- N T m S T E R N 60. Second in a series 61. Submissive 62. Indians 63. Like the night 65. Part of Mao's name __I 6 7 14 25 31 32 4t 5O 51 72 6O 23 m 33 34 52 61 62 63