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Page 4 March 3, 2016 EL SEGUNDO HERALD Classifieds The deadline for Classified Ad submission and payment is Noon on Tuesday to appear in Thursday’s paper. Advertisements must be submitted in writing by mail, fax or email. You may pay by cash, check, or credit card (Visa or M/C over the phone). Errors: Please check your advertisements immediately. Any corrections and/or changes in an ad must be requested prior to the following Tuesday deadline in order to receive a credit. A credit will be issued for only the first time the error appears. Multiple runs will only be credited for the first time the error appears. No credit will be issued for an amount greater than the cost of the advertisement. Beware: Employment offers that suggest guaranteed out-of-state or overseas positions may be deceptive or unethical in nature. If you have any doubts about the nature of a company, contact the local office of the Better Business Bureau, (213) 251-9696. Herald Publications does not guarantee that the advertiser’s claims are true nor does it take responsibility for those claims. 7700 Mills Civic Pkwy, 6A-18e, West Des Moines, IA 50266-3862. EOE. For Rent 1718 E. Mariposa1 Bed 1 Bath 1 Car Garage $1,650.00/Month Call Bill Ruane’s Office 310-647-1635 Avail March 6th For Rent Professional suite for lease. Building is centrally located in heart of old Torrance on Torrance Blvd in a newly renovated building. 711 Sq ft., 2nd floor, No elevator. Suite has glass storefront windows & door, 2 rooms, large windows, lots of light. Private washroom with all new fixtures. Onsite tenant and guest parking. EZ access, property is beautifully landscaped/maintained. One year lease renata623@gmail.com or 310-666-4541. Garage For Rent Garage for rent 10 x 20 lockable. storage only. 707 E. Grand $200 per month 310-365-1481 Help Wanted Computer Senior Release Automation Engineer (El Segundo, CA) Provide technical direction & leadership to Release Engg Team Apartment For Rent APARTMENT FOR RENT: 426 E. Imperial Ave, ES. $1,900/mo. 2 bdrm/2 bath/1 car garage. Call Debra 949/309-6160. Employment Photographer wanted: We need five pictures per week, plus coverage of some events.$10/per published photo. Must provide names and captions with all photos. Interested par ties email management@ heraldpublications.com. No calls please. Employment Senior Fixed Income Analyst. MBA w/major in Finance, Accounting or rel field (or fgn equiv) w/5 yrs exp in: U.S. credit & interest rate market research; Excel & Bloomberg; using risk mgmt techniques (stress testing, scenarios analysis using both stat & fundamental analysis tools); perform risk analytic computations; using derivatives; analyze corporatecredits using key balance sheet & income stmt metrics; assign credit worthiness scores; analyze structured products. Exp to also include 3 yrs w/Intex. Job in El Segundo, CA. Send resumes: Joyce Whitcomb, Athene Annuity and Life Company d/b/a Athene, Visit us online: www.heraldpublications.com Gene Cernan Tells His Story of Being The Last Man on the Moon By Morgan Rojas for www.CINEMACY.com On Wednesday, February 24th, scientists detected the origin point of a space radio signal 6 billion light-years away and managed to find the universe’s missing matter as a result. This incredible discovery is a strong reminder of how far we’ve come since 1969, the moment when Apollo 11 astronaut Neil Armstrong declared the first successful mission to the Moon as One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind. Since Armstrong, twelve men in total have walked on the moon during the Apollo missions from 1969-1972. Of these 12, Eugene “Gene” Cernan was the last, and the documentary The Last Man on the Moon is his story. Cernan’s story is a unique one; a former Navy captain, his journey towards becoming a NASA astronaut started with a simple phone call. In 1961, President John F. Kennedy set the bar high for U.S. space exploration, putting pressure on the space program to be the first country to land on the moon. This public assignment given to NASA resulted in an increased demand for anyone willing to participate in the program, which lead to more opportunities for people like Gene to join. Getting his foot in the door was the easy part, he realizes in hindsight. The intense training that each of the aspiring young men endured, including desert survival, water survival, and jungle survival just to name a few, was the hard part. The best thing to come from that experience, Gene remarks, was the strong bonds he made with the other men. His close friendships with his co-workers also made the tough times almost unbearable. Two deadly events, the unexpected crash of Gemini 9 which claimed the lives of the two pilots in his crew as well as the emotional Apollo 1 fire of 1967, when his neighbor and good friend Roger Chaffee and two other men died as a result of a flash cabin fire in the shuttle, shook up Cernan’s world. At the time, he was married with a young daughter and the thought of never seeing his family again was extremely hard on him. However, when he was selected to be a part of the Apollo 17 crew, NASA’s last mission to the moon, Cernan couldn’t say no. Cernan spent three days on the moon. Right before he was about to leave, and knowing that man may not be back on the moon again for years, he left his footprints and wrote his daughter’s initials in the lunar dust. He describes this moment with such intimacy and detail that it’s truly humbling to listen to him. It does not feel like a traditional “documentarystyle” film, thanks to the stylized approach from director Mark Craig as he strikes the perfect balance between the portrayal of Gene’s personal and work life. He cuts between Gene in the present day with archival footage of his time at NASA, which, photographically, feels like a subtle effort to relive his experience. The B-roll of various space missions really does make The Martian look like a comedy. puz MEDIUM 03.03.16 PUZZLE - 215 Crossword by Myles Mellor WEEKLY CROSSWORD See Answers Next Week 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 49. ___ woo, old car company 50. Four-letter word 52. Sleigh partners 60. Eager 61. Old Italian currency 62. Bird related 63. Thrash 64. Military group 65. Varnish ingredient 66. Newbie 67. “You betcha!” 68. Cairo’s waterway Down 1. Knife 2. Sledding spot 3. Little box 4. Desert and sea plant 5. Radius neighbor 6. Hireling 7. Wrapped up a baby 8. Kind of insurance 9. Rich soil 10. Advil target 11. Joint problem 13. “Valkyrie” soldier 14. Main division of a long poem Across 1. "Dirty Dancing" hit "___ Like the Wind" 5. Increases 8. Alert to something odd 12. Tennessee footballer 14. Yarn ball 15. Motive starters Sudoku Solution Last Week’s Answers 20. Number ending 21. Tax shelter islands 24. Symbol of authority 25. Demean 26. Forming a bottom 28. Fine dinner cloth 29. ___ be good if 30. Ghana port 31. Silverado, for one 32. Shipping weights 34. Kind of tea 38. Perform on stage 39. According to 40. Yale University site 46. Brooklyn’s ___ Island 47. Kept 49. Out of sight 51. Peter the Great, e.g. 52. Great quantity 53. Nasty 54. Room access 55. Engage 56. Weaponry 57. Decree __ 58. Mermaid feature 59. Green Gables girl 1 9 7 3 6 4 2 5 8 5 8 6 7 2 1 4 3 9 3 2 4 5 8 9 7 6 1 8 4 3 2 7 6 9 1 5 6 5 2 9 1 8 3 7 4 7 1 9 4 3 5 6 8 2 4 3 1 6 5 2 8 9 7 2 7 8 1 9 3 5 4 6 9 6 5 8 4 7 1 2 3 Across 1. “Dirty Dancing” hit “___ Like the Wind” 5. Increases 8. Alert to something odd 12. Tennessee footballer 14. Yarn ball 15. Motive starters 16. Wing feather 17. Small forest buffalo 18. Home to Honolulu 19. Sleigh pullers 22. Strong post 23. Family man 24. Equal to “sir” in Hindu 27. In a religious way 30. Deed 33. Embarrass 35. Account entry 36. When doubled, a dance 37. Sleigh pullers 41. Fed. property manager 42. Film part 43. Audacity 44. Aquatic shocker 45. Whiten 48. Partner of means T 1 A 2 N 3 S 4 D 5 U 6 P 7 E 8 D 9 B 10 I 11 T 12 T 13 A 14 L O E E 15 L I T E O 16 L I O L 17 E E R A 18 N N U M N 19 O S E C 20 E L E B 21 R A T I O N 22 S SUDOKU by Myles Mellor and Susan Flanagan 23 A L E 24 A A 25 R 26 G 27 Each Sudoku puzzle consists H of a 9X9 grid that has been subdivided grids of 3X3 squares. To solve the puzzle each row, column of the numbers 1 to 9. Puzzles come in three grades: easy, medium Level: Medium MEDIUM puz 215 - 1 (unmodified) S 28 P 29 E 30 R 31 R Y P 32 R 33 E 34 M I E R E T 35 A G O N S 36 O Y A B 37 I D A 38 P R E S K 39 I P A R T 40 Y 41 I N G L 42 Y E I 43 D E S W 44 E D G E A 45 R T I 46 S 47 T E S F 48 A T S O S G 49 I S M O H 50 O N A 51 U L 52 D 53 L 54 A N G S 55 Y 56 N 57 E 58 L 59 U 60 N 61 G Y 62 I E L D H 63 O O K O 64 G E E R 65 E V E L M 66 U T E W 67 H O S A 68 D O R E O 69 R E S SUDOKU Medium 2 1 5 8 9 2 1 8 4 6 53 8 1 4 7 2 9 5 8 14 3 7 3 8 7 3 2 4 4 7 Each Sudoku puzzle consists of a 9X9 grid that has been subdivided into nine smaller grids of 3X3 squares. To solve the puzzle each row, column and box must contain each of the numbers 1 to 9. Film Review Gene Cernan aboard the lunar module after his final EVA. Photo: Jack Schmitt / NASA. & Product Dvlpmt Department in the dsgn & dvlpmt of web based applications. Install, configure, & maintain Product Dvlpmt’s enterprise applications (Perforce, SCM, Atlassian JIRA, Atlassian BitBucket, Atlassian Bamboo, Automation scripts, et al). Dvlp effective source code mgmt processes & strategies. Install, configure, build & deploy ColdFusion applications, Solr, Mongo & Redis. Serve as master troubleshooter for Release Engg Team. Implmt necessary automation & release tools to support SDLC. Req: Master’s in Comp Sci, or related Info Technology or Computer Engg field. 24 mos of exp in job offd or related software dvlpr occupation. Resume to: Governmentjobs.com, Inc. (dba: NEOGOV), Attn: Dijana Beattie, Controller, 300 Continental Blvd., Ste 565, El Segundo, CA 90245 Office Space for Lease 600-900sq.ft Prime office retail space for Lease. Call Bill Ruane’s office-310-647-1635 To appear in next week’s paper, submit your Classifed Ad by Noon on Tuesday. See Film Review, page 14


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