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JULY 3, 1997 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 11 NEW USED BUY 'EAL ,RTMENTS F iOMES COrlDOS SALES | BALE behind 626 Ryan Kids' clothes and toys; Rider exerciser, lots 9 a.m.-3 p.m. It TOWER from this 31 acre residential lot. r Delzer/ FOR SALE: 1991 Aspen Friend- ship 16x80 mobile home, 3 bed- rooms and 2 full baths. Also a I 0x24 redwood, covered deck. Call (307) 283-2795 after 6:00 p.m. 24-27 I Help Wanted } SECREtARY/Bookkeeper. Salary D.O.E. Applications available .......................... through July 5, 1997 at Sundance FOR SALE: Two acres frontage Equipment Co. or call 307-283- Devils Tower. 9600 ft. hookups. 2971 ask for Kim or Tammy. Newcastle. Price Negotiable. 307- 26-27 746-4019. 19-28" ......................................... ......................................... SEASONAL, part-Ume (T, W, TH FOR SALE: Best prices, largest 20-39 hours per week) position selection of gun safes in northeast assisting Field Appraiser in listing Wyoming. 400 guns in stock, property for ad valorem taxes. Pay Sportsmans Gun Center, Gillette, DOE. Applications can be picked 682-4868. 22-30 $1000e POSSIBLE. ~v~)Ing. Part- time. At home. Toll free 1-800- 218-9000, ext. T-5139 for listings. Itwc 11 FRIENDLY TOYS and Gifts has II lmmedlate openings inyour area.! CARD OF Number one in party plan: Toys, gifts, Christmas, home decor. Free catalog and information. 1-800- i 488-4875. Itwc To our Sundance friends: ......................................... A special thank you to the friends we've learned to know during our time in your community. Your kind expressions on our retirement will always be remembered with fond- ~ess. Our lives have been enriched by the varied experiences in which we have had the privilege to be a part and we really appreciate that. You up at the Crook CountyAssessor's NEED TO KNOW what's going on have contributed to the tapestry of day, July 15. For more information contact Darla West, 307-467-5609, Lorl Gross, 307-777-6618 or Margaret Hall, 307-756-3367. Public Health Nurse Notes A pap clinic sponsored through C rook County Public Health will be held on Saturday, July 12 from 9 a.m. until 12 noon at the Sundance Clinic. Exams will be done by Dr. Robert Martlno and Shirley Haley, FNP. Appointments will be limited so call 283-I142 for an appoint- tReal Estate, 605-642- -:- ....... : .............................. Office, 309 Cleveland, Sundance, in Wyoming? Newspapers will tell cur lives by becoming our friends, ment today. ~nings.27-28FORSALE: 1973NewMoon 12x55 WY. Inquiries about the position you.WyomlngNewspaperCllpplng Our thanks also the Cheryl Wil-A pap Is a microscopic exam of il~- - ............... trailer for sale. Needs some work. can be made by phone, 307-283-Service reads every Wyoming llams and Mary Ann Crawford for the cells of the cervlx and uterus. It K SALE by Owner. 4- Price negotiable. Call 468-2817 2054. 27-28 newspaper. Quick, easy, inexpen- being such efficient organizers, is a means for early detection of llh.Ome in Sundance, split evenings, tfn ......................................... sive. 307-745-8144. Itwc I~eir efforts turned out so beau- cancer cells. The pap is very ef- .~ly room down w/fire ......................................... HELP WANTED: Part-time news- tifully for our enjoyment. Another fective in detecting cervical cancer I pellet stove insert I I/ ..... _ .......... papercarrler. Cal1283-2719, if'no lFarmers and Ranchers I thankyou to everyone who took and about S0% effectlve in detect- J0uL, _ _ ' .. t,ux~ euz ~u~,~: New subalVl- me car garage, on z l Do you have NOXIOUS WEEDI time to say good-bye by word orIng endometrial or uterian cancer. L .......... slon, all improvements. Call 283- answer, leave message. I t I probllme? I card. {uLer o p.m. tou/-zo~- 2171. tfn The death rate of uterian cancer ~~~~I~tTE~ NOW HIRING: at Are Restaurant:I Mike Milchell SproyinQ I God Bless You all. has dropped by 70% in 40 years Food Servers, contact Cindy. I Service I Pastor Bud & Ruth Baty due to the pap test. ~II0u~BUILT0fSu a e,HOME this 7+ I Kitchen help, contact Davld. Apply I ~-642-52|3 24.271 cam) OF THANKS The average woman with no risk lie garage and a massive floor 10 iling fireplace, l in person. It $$CASH$$ Immediate $$ for Thanks Don and the Rod and factors should have a pap every 3 Available with 5 or 42 acres. I D~RS - $700 Hire On Bonus( structured settlements and de- Gun Club crew who repaired the years after 2 negative paps a year ~Ing at the Real Estate C, ellter * ~5-~2-2525 or 605.578.97~9j Experienced for OTR flatbed, ferred insurance claims. J.G. picnic shelters at the pond. Your apart. However, If you have any of Kenworth Conventional. Benefits. Wentworth 1-800-386-3582. I twchelp is greatly appreciated, the following risk factors, your City of Sundance doctor may recommend you have a Dapple gray. one year S- ZED" cA]Rs from $175. Average $30.000+/year. Trainee 181-.- WYOMING People will N pap more frequently. re stud colt, $500.00. Porsches, Cadillacs, Chevys, posltlonsavailable.ClassAdrlver's license. 23+ TeE 1-800-548-3120 read your classified ad if you place MOORCROFT -- mulUple pregnancies -- multiple sex partners 7 I. 27-28" BMWs, Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4 extension F-04. Itwc It in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. ........................... WDs. Your area. Toll free, 1-800- $I 19 for 25 words. Contact your ~ COMMUNITY ED ~ -- history of infertility 1969Jeepplckup,4x4, 218-9000, ext. A-5139 for current ~IMB~SE'1~El~rCostlccoun- local newspaper. Itwc ,~%,~,~,~,~,~,~,~,~,~,~,~,~,x~,'~,~ -- obesity and family history of cancer Auto, mud/snow tires,listings. Itwc tant, Columbia Riverton Memorial Moorcroft Community Education -- failure of ovulation 283-2290. I t 201 International 276 New Holland baler Call 283-249 I. '92 Chevy Corsica LT, or756-3201. 25-29* 500+ ~. 60+ Motorhomes, 250 5th wheels, travel trailers, camp- ~rs, boats, 100s of trucks and cars. Positively Wyoming's finest selec- tion. Max's Honda and RV and Stalkup's RV. Casper, 307-577- 9333. I twc HOME FOR SALE BY OWNER ** Home in Sundance, Split Foyer, Family w/Fireplace and Pellet Stove Insert, 1 1/2 Bath, Double Car Garage, on 2 Lots. Call after 5:00 ,283 - 2008 Hospital Is accepting applications for a full-time position creating/ maintaining cost accounting re- ports for management of Relm- bursementAnalysls. Prefer BA or GIVE AWAY: Free Kittens. 307- BS In accounting and cost and 283-3684. It* hospital accounting experience. - ........................................ Send resume to: Personnel, 2100 FOR FREE - In Depth Bible Study W. Sunset, Riverton, WY 82501.by mail. Write Box 196, Sheridan, EOE-M-F. I twc WY 82801. fin LIVE AND WORK in Yellowstone. Accounting Assistant position for resort. Must have strong book- keeping, computer and communi- cations skills. Must be bondable. 16x70 1978 mobile STEEL BUILDINGS Sale. Housing provided. SalaryDOE. Fax ," ~"-~at~,"new. 30x40x10, $4,337; 40x60x14, resume to: DJR, 307-543-2356; or Stlll in box. $5:5b0OBO. $7,911; 50x75x14, $10,902; mailto:DJR, P.O. Box187, Moran, 25-27* 50x100x16, $14,654; 60x100x16, WY 83013. Itwc $17, 142. Mini-storage buildings, NEW BUSINESSES ~l~CTIONS Presents Col- 30x160, 32 units, $13,944. Free Jackson Hole, brochures. SentineIBuildings, 800- gund~nm~It~i ~th and 8th, Teton Vil- 327-0790, Extension 79, Itwc for public aucUon .......................................... ~ Assistant Manager - penn. - lull tlme GOVERNMENT Foreclosed Homes ~ Cashiers. permanent positions 1-800-255-4485. for pennies on $1. Delinquent tax, Best Western Inn at Sundsnce 1 twc repos, REOs. Your area. Toll free 1- ~ Front Desk Agents 800-218-9000, ext. H-5139 for ~Housekeepers puppies. Little current listings, ltwc You Provide: a good attitude and a $350 to $450. AKC .......................................... good worke h c.... $250. CFA Hlma- ,M, LSTEELBUILDINGO.Arch and We Provide: competitive wages - an $350. Delivery pos-straightwall. Incredible prices. No employee friendly work environment 307-532-4817. reasonable offer denied. 1-800- full and parl lime hours - shifts vary. Itwc 973-3366. Itwc Applications available at currenl Best Western Inn at Sundance, ......................................... rch and B]P., OI .'tOU BUt a new Toyota Hwy 585. APPLY TODAY Incredible prices. No call us first. 1-800-GET-TOYOTA. offer denied. 1-800- Itwc No haggle. No hassle. Delivered to your door. I twc BUILDINGS, public 40x26 was $4,680 now was $8,918 now sell, can deliver, included. 1-800-292- Itwc FOR RENT: 2-bedroom mobile home, 14x70. $250 per month plus deposit. No pets. Call 283-2263. 26,29,30 GREEN MOUNTAIN ESTATES- a handicapped and elderly apartment complex in Sundance, Wyoming is currently taking applications for residency. Please contact Angle by phone at 283-2948 or 307.746-3262 or by mall at P.O. Box 831, Sundanee, WY 82729. E.H.O. M, Times Classified Ade Save Time, Money, Effort vIEw Bargain :res, $29,000. Enjoy lake, mountain and from this open parcel tree cover. Close to and Just 15 minutes Private, secluded, on road with underground ~d site excavation. Ex- Won't last, call now 8:30 a.m. - 8:30 Itwc ]BRAB8 BED. Queen mattress set. , Still in box. Cost $950, 605-787-9380. 18-30" e|assifications may contain ads for conversation ~r recorded through the use of telephones, Calls to such numbers may a charge to the calling phone number. These telephone are and are regulated by the Commission. Complaints may be directed 1919 M Street NEW., Wae~tlDgton, DC 20554. recommends that you investigate every phase of Opportunities. We suggest you consult your own attorney for a free pamphlet or further information from the ~aking the offer before investing any money. Or you may Attorney General's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, (80'/) 777.7841. is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, offered by our advertisers. The content of is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We do encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any or individual that chooses to advertise in and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our company , this the right to edit, or locate any under whatever heading we decide will best HELP WAN.TED: Advertising salesperson 2-3 days per week. Ask for Donna at The Sundance Times. fin SWEDISH STUDENT and other Scandinavian, European, South American, Asian, Russia~ ex- change students arriving August. Become a volunteer host family/ AISE. Call 1-800-SIBLING. Itwc is offering two workshops during July. They are: Project Learning Tree workshop, Thursday, July 17,1997, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Moorcroft Commu- nity Ed building. Project learning Tree (PL'l] Is an education program designed to reach students grades Prek-12. Participants learn how to make wise decisions concerning the en- vironment by using the forests as a window to nature. Participants receive 1/2 credit unit ofrecertification credit through the Wyoming Department of Edu- cation. A registration fee of $20 Is usually charged, however, a grant from the Environmental Protec- tion Agency and North American Association for Environmental ......................................... Education covers this workshop ABORTION? Why? Consider Adoption. Warm, secure, loving home available for newborn baby. Please call attorney at 1-800-606- 4411. A 633. I twc SINGLES: MEET single people throughout rural America. Confi- dential, reputable, established plan. Free details. Country Con- nections Newsletter, P.O. Box 406, fees and cost of the PLT activity guide. Prereglstratlon is requested, deadline Is Tuesday, July 15. For more information contact Darla West at 307-467-5609 or Margaret Hall, 307-756-3367. The second workshop offered is an Ag in the Classroom workshop on Friday, July 18, 1997 from 9 a.m to 1 p.m. at the MoorcroR Superior, Nebraska 68978. I twc Community Ed building. Partlcl- ......................................... pants will receive a student activ- DID YOU SELL A Home and cart/ back a mortgage? Would you like to sell that mortgage for cash to- day? Call Royal Oak Financial, 1- 800-673-2505. I twc x- ........................................ Our newspaper and magazine op- eration Is expanding. We need re- porters, professional ad sales$149+.FreshStartAmerlca, l-888- people, graphic artists and print- 395-8030 toll free. 1 twc era. Fax your letter to (307) 332- 9332 in Lander. ltwc / ' [ I~I/LPN POSITIONS available. BANKRUPTCY 879+. E-Z File system stops creditors/garnish- ments. Guaranteed valid. Ends debt/credit card slavery~ Divorce 13-T~R-OLD seeking baby-sit- ting Jobs. Experienced and trained, good with kids. Call Sarah at 283- 3111. fin SEPTIC TANK PUMPING. Call Gels' Honey Wagon, 307-896-3146, Jim Gels. fin ....................................... LAWN HYDROSEEDING. I/2 cost of sod, same results. Free esti- mate, we travel. Lawnmakers Hydroseedlag, 307-283-2679. 25-30 Full time/part time basis. Inter- ested parties contact the Veterans' Home of Wyoming, 700 Veterans' Lane, Buffalo, WY 82834. 307-684- 5511. EOE/ADA. I twc POLICE OFFICER position, Wheatland, Wyoming. Testingduly 19, 1997. For application contact Wheafland Police Department. 951 Water Street, Wheatland, WY 82201 or 307-3222141. Itwc EXPERIENCED GROCERY clerk, possible management position. Minimum 3 years experience in full service grocery store required. Send resume to: Rich's Foodtown, 612 South 12th, Worland, WY 8240 I. I twc ......... - ...... u ........................ CUSTOM HAYING, either small squares or big round bales. 307- 687-1122. 25-28 LOST: Red Heeler dog near War- ren Peak. Please call 307-756- 3600. ENERGETIC NANNY to care for toddler boys in suburban New Jersey. Experience preferred. Send resume, references to 12 Oakwood Court, Iowaco, NJ 07082 or fax 973-257-1049. I twc $1OO0e POSSIBLE. Reading Books. Part-time. At home. Toll free 1-800-218-9000, ext. R-5139 for listings. ' I twc ....................................... EXPERIENCED DRIVERS needed for Montana based long-haul car- rier. We run 48 and Canada. New pay system. For more info call Bitterroot International System, 1- 800-800-6178. I twc It* In flat lands with high clouds, the cloud-to-Earth lightning flash has been measured at 20 miles. ity guide. Prereglstratlon is a must and deadline for registration is Tues- Summer lessons for SHS band members are now.in their second month. Lessons are held every Wednesday from 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. in the high school band room. Lessons are not required but strongly encouraged for upcoming 7th grades and high school stu- dents intending toaudition forAll- State this fall. The 7th grade group lessons are -- prolonged estrogen therapy -- herpes virus type II Astronomy program to be given at Devils Tower Special cultural programs at Devils Tower National Monument continue this weekend with "Our Place in Space" presented by Western Sky Planetarium direc- tor, Dan Rosen. 'This program compares Earth with other mem- bers of our solar system and shows its relationship to the Milky Way and other galaxies," explains Rosen. Presentations are at 9 p.m. on Friday, July 7 and Saturday, July 8 at Devils Tower Amphitheater. Admission to the cultural programs Is free, although there is an en- trance fee into the monument. For additional information and a complete list of summer programs, contact the monument at 307-467- 5283. About half the milk pro- duced In Amerlca goes to make cheese. as follows: 9:00-9:30 a.m. - flutes, clarinets and saxs. 9:30-10:00 a.m. - Trombones, baritones, tuba. 10:30-11:00 a.m. - Percussion. Any high school students trying out for All-State Choir next fall should attend lessons from 2:30- 3:00 p.m. Always Buy Cl~siflede 10 A.M. Tuesday 10 A.M. Tuesday 5 P.M. Monday