Willing to travel anywhere in the U.S. to work on hvac or industrial refrigeration projects. Service tech specializing in commercial refrigeration and installation. Have worked on ammonia systems; trained in heat load calculations and duct design. Have recently obtained all required licenses in Houston. Ernest Nurse, 17707 Theisswood Ct., Spring, TX 77379; 281-251-3289; 281-257-2397 (fax);chicotravellar@aol.com(e-mail).

Current prison inmate looking for fresh start in entry-level light commercial/residential service. I have been serving my sentence in a minimum security prison where I have recently completed hvac coursework. I have used my incarceration time wisely, participating in every program available to help me become a better, more productive person, including completion of an electronics trade school program. A hvacr company would gain a lot by hiring a quality worker. There are also tax credits and bonding opportunities that are available to an employer who is willing to give me a fair chance. I am due to be released in March 2002 and will reside in the Austin, TX area. Willie Walker, 739791, 1604 S. First St., Diboll, TX 75941; 512-928-3354.

Watch this space for new listings from hvacr students and others seeking employment. Ads can be submitted to John Hall by fax at 734-542-6215; by e-mail at johnhall@achrnews.com; or online at The News home page.

Publication date: 02/04/2002