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November 26, 2015

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Thursday, November 26, 2015 ★ GREATERmilwaukeeJOBS Y O U R N E X T J O B I S H E R E : • M I L W A U K E E • W A U K E S H A • O Z A U K E E • W A S H I N G T O N Staving off unwanted retirement with plastic surgery W hether you're a woman or a man who wants to turn back the clock on aging, plastic surgery and non-surgical procedures such as injections and fat grafts are becoming a top anti-retirement expense. Margaret Cipparrone, for one, is not ready to retire. She works as a county assistant prosecutor and spends a lot of time in front of juries. "When I have the 'elevens' in between my eyebrows, I look too stern," she says, referring to her least favorite worry lines on her face. "Juries don't like that, they want women to look pleas- ant. If I'm stern or assertive but I look pleasant, they accept what I'm saying," says Cipparrone, 63, who rec- ognizes that "juries talk about me, what I'm wearing, and how I appear. I have to look the part." To postpone retirement, she went to physician Karen Harkaway for some work. Cipparrone isn't yet having true plastic surgery – "I'm still paying for my kids' col- lege and graduate school educations," she says – but Harkaway gave her Juvederm non-surgical injections. "I've had Botox, as well, but it didn't last," Cipparrone says. "And I realize I can't go back in time. But it helped see PLASTIC SURGERY . . . page 2 • • • This Week's Featured Ads • • • By Erin E. Arvedlund The Philadelphia Inquirer (TNS) The Wisconsin State Patrol is currently seeking talented individuals who are looking for a position with a dynamic, creative organization and an opportunity to excel. Starting pay is $17.86 per hour plus a $1 per hour increase after successful completion of a 12-month probationary period. Additional pay incentives are provided for working evenings, nights, holidays and weekend hours. On-line applications must be completed by December 6, 2015. For complete information visit and enter job announcement code 15-04024. LAW ENFORCEMENT DISPATCHERS DEFOREST and WAUKESHA Great part-time job; flexible hours! New Starting Wage: $13/hr No experience needed; we train you! Cedarburg, Grafton and Northern Ozaukee School Districts SCHOOL BUS DRIVER SAFE TRANSPORTATION BEGINS WITH ME! GO Riteway Offers: • Child ride-along • Weekly pay • Safety & Attendance Bonus • 401(k) Retirement Plan/Company Match • Paid Training Requirements: • At least 21 years of age • Able to qualify for CDL with S & P endorsements To apply anytime: Visit; click on "We're Hiring" Or, stop in to apply: Monday-Friday (8am-4pm) Cedarburg: 7166 Sycamore Drive; 262-375-3102 EOE of Minorities/Females/Vets/Disability 247322003 The City of West Bend is accepting applications for Part- Time Snow Plow Operators. Minimum valid Class B commercial driver's license with a clean record required. Preferred candidates would have experience plowing snow with many types of heavy equipment, to include tandem axle trucks with wings. Training would be available to the proper individuals. Must be available to plow between the hours of 6:00pm- 6:00am based on snow fall conditions. Starting wage of $20/hr. High school diploma or equivalent required. Applications are required and available at City of West Bend Winter Snow Plow Drivers Part-time Human Resource Department City of West Bend 1115 S. Main St. West Bend, WI 53095 EOE 247350004 CNC LATHE & VMC OPERATOR 1st and 2nd shift. Must be able to set up, edit and troubleshoot Fanuc Controls, Hitachi, Mori, Haas and Mazak Machines. Full Benefit Package & Holiday after 90 days. (Health Insurance 60th day) Vacation & 401K with match after one year of service. Pay commensurate with experience. 247236007 Apply in person or send or fax resume to: Or mail to: 1605 Corporate Center Drive West Bend, WI 53095 Phone: 262-334-7611 Fax: 262-334-1117

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