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SEPTEMBER 12, 19@6 THE SUm ANCE TIMItS PAGE 9 BUYERS BUY NEW USED F MINI RV SHOW, Holiday Inn SALES park g lot in Gillette. WY. You must see the hottest new motor homes at unbeatable prices. Also BALE: Saturday, Sop- 2 trailers at give away prices. 14, 7:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, 300 Road (off Hwy. 16) RV's, Stalkup's RV, Casper, ~Y Spa, sat- clothes, etc. It Alden, SepL a.m. Kids clothes, items, new washing deep freeze, riding and lots of mlscella- It 1-800-577-9350. E-Mail stalkups@rvamerica,com http: //www.rvamerica.com. / stalkups It ......................................... 79 MAGNOLIA 16x72, three bed- room, I- I/2 bath. Excellent con- ditionl Includes 10x14 storage building on skids. $22,000. Call 307-876-2640 or see at 107 Pine St., ShoshonL Itwc Wyoming Army National Guard means $$$$$ for college NOW! • 75% tuition reimbursement • Part-time job - Earn over $100/month for 2 days work Check it out TODAY! Call SFC Jon W. Galvin @ 307-686-0301 (collect), or 1 800 GO-GUARD CDL DRIVERS (tractor/trailer} - • , , I Travel first class with Werner En- I terp ses. Vans, flats, TCUs, OTR, r~gtonal and dedicated opportuni- """ ' ' ......................................... ties.Fullbenefitpackage:Flrstday SEPTIC ~ PUMPING. Call STEEL BUILDINGS: 5,000+ sizes, health/dental, 401K. Solo, all Geis'HonejWagon,307-896-3146, 30x40x10, $5,361; 40x60x14, teams and owner-operators wel- Jim Gels. fin !SALE: For your fall tilling, $9,551; 50x60x12, 810,507; come, weekly pay/settlements .......................................... r almost new 8 h.p. Sears 50x100x16, $18,755; 60x80x14,Paid plates, tolls, & scale tickets. WHISPERING PlNF~ Painting & aI1283-~550. 37-38" $15,583; 60x100x16, $19,233; 1-800-346-2818. Itwc Janitorial Services. Licensed and ................................. Quallty-Service. Free brochures. Insured. Commercial, Residential. ',4-BEDRDOM H3meforsale SentinelBuildings,800-327-0790,LICENSED LIFE AND HEALTH Call 283-3957. tfn ~r. In city limits, creekslde, extension 79. Itwc agent needed. Quality products, location. Appointment only, .......................................... high commissions with advance ......................................... Call 283-2249. PUBLIC POOL table sale. Over 40 before issue, lead system and FOR COMPLETE lawn care, Call 283-2719. tfn new and used slate tables, prices benefits. (Mustquallfyforadvances starting at $325. Also air hockey, andbeneflts)Call 1-800-252-2581. " ....................................... ., cleaned, table tennis, video games. Huge Itwc 758- amount of miscellaneous inven ........................................... 10 A.M. Tuesday 10 A.M. Tuesday j ,,., 5 P.M. Monday 37-38 tory. Dealers welcomel No early FRIENDLY TOYS & Gifts has sales. Mueller Sporting Goods, openings for dealers and managers. FOR FREE-In Depth Bible Study 4825 S. 16th, Lincoln, NE. For No cash investment/ Fantastic toys,, by mail. Write Box 196, Sheridan, ~//~.-ssl/Hs~,~ i. Dry and pried, easy access, complete llst, call 402-423-8888. home decor, Christmas items. Call' ~wYA,').anl tfn. I~ o IZ ~erLings, 756-9612. 37-38p.m.Sale runs SepL 27-29/9 a.m. - 61two 488-4875.f°rcatalogandinf°rmatlon', 1-800- [ BrhlS Week ~t ......................................... ._ l .c Your Library ~LE: Used refrigerator, ex- STEEL BUII~INGS SALE: 5,000+ ......................................... [Condition. $200.00 or best sizes. 30x40x 10, $5,361 ;~l,OOOs ]PO68IBLE. Typing. Part- ~s/////,6,/////izr//iJs///H//~ 183-2527. It 40x50x12, 8,282; 40x60x14, me. At home. Toll free 1-800-898- by Jill Mackey What glorious weather Fall has $9,551; 50x60x12, $10,383; 9778, ext. T-5139forltstings.ltwc CARD OF THANKS always been my favorite season-- I&LE: Twelve 2x8x30 pole 50x100x16, 816,755; 60x100x16, lifters, $150.00 each. 283- $19,233. Free brochures. QualRy- HOME WORKERS Wanted: 1,000 We would like to thank all our warm days, coo] nights, turning 37-40 Service-Excellence. 1-800-327- envelopes = $3,000/month, part- friends and neighbors in the Os- leaves, even the air has a rich, hoto and New Haven area for re- golden feel to IU As your days shift I~: ~;-W~b~ 0790, ext. 227. Itwc processedtlme' ReceiveS3 fOrwlth our saleseVeryenvel°Pematerial, sponding so quickly and putting into a schedule revolving around 'Orown&tanceramicflrdshSEIZED CARS from ~;175. 24-hour recording for free infor- out the flre on our place. Your time school, work, and preparing for trim. Fire viewing glass Porsches, Cadillacs, Chevys, matton. (619) 492-8551. Itwc and efforts were greatly appreci- winter don't forget to take a few door, includes decorative BMWs. Corvettes. Also Jeeps, 4 ........................................ ated. moments for yourself and READ~! Hattie, Allien & lone Spangler Come in and enjoy our Sept. pro- protector, wall pro- WDs. Your area. Toll free, 1-800- HOME WO~ Wanted! 1,000 , and stove to ceiling triple 8400.00. Call 281-I 198 , WY. 37,38* 1990 Plymouth Sun- Loaded, turbo, 35 M.P.G., Call 283-2663. 36-37 898-9778, ext. A-5139 for current envelopes = $5,000. ReceiVe $5 for listings. Itwc every~envelope you stuff with my CARD OF THANKS ....................................... sales materials. For free info. call Thank you Sundance Volunteer MUSTaELL~TELY.Two 24-hourrecordlng;(310)514-4264. Fire Department for your assis- arch-style buildings. 25x40 and Itwc tance with the motor vehicle acci- 50x72. 1-800-330-7118. Itwc ............................ ............. dent last weekend. FOR RENT: Clean 2-bedroom trailer for rent. 283-1598. tfn FORRENT: I bedrooma~ent. Call 283-1767. tfn | Help Warned | MIHIHIIIIHIflflIIIIHflIflIIHIflIHIInlHHIlmlmIHHIIIIIUIHHIIIt HELP WANTED: Kitchen/clean- ing he]p. Ca]] Barb at 283-1710. It Small, one bedroom . Great for single priced righL Call 903- If no answer, please 35-38 HELP WANTED. All positions ava able. Apply in person at the Are Restaurant. 35-37 ....................................... .~ TWO REPORTERS Needed at award-wlnnlng weekly In central Wyoming. Photography skills a must. Send resume, writing and photography clips and salary re- quirements to Douglas Budget, P.O. Box 109, Douglas, Wyo. 82633 1978Chickashatrafler or call Matt Adelman, (307) 358- 3-bedroom, 2-bath, con- 2965. l two and 8xl2 shed .......................................... lot in Sundance. PHYSICAL THERAPY Positions. 37-40 Columbia Riverton Memorial Hos- pital is seeking a F-T department Jenny Lind crib and manager and a F-Tstafftheraplst. (white}. Services include acute care, out- I141. 37-38 patient and home care. Excellent benefits. Contact: Personnel, 2100 W. Sunset, Riverton, WY 82501. (307) 857-3465. Itwc No money down ......................................... loans available now. Want to make some quick 088i 1-800-669- Place an sd in classified todayt H-4000. Itwc Call 283-3411. BY OWNERS: 2-Bed- I/4 baths, full basement in Sundance. Call 283- tfn BY OWNEB.B: 3 or 4 L I/4 bath, split level full basement and ga- 2 lots in Sundance. Call tfn DRIVERS- Experienced drivers for over-the-road flatbed opportu- nity. All Kenworth conventionals. Excellent insurance (company paid), benefits, 401 If. Average over $30,000/yr. 23, commercial driver's license. 1-800-548-3120, exL EA-I 5. Itwc 81,000s POSSIBLE. Reading Books. Part-time. At home. Toll free 1-800-698-9778, ext. R-5139 for details. I twc JOBS - Now hiring do- mesUc and International stafi~ Flight attendants, ticket agents, reservattonists, ground crew + more. Excellent travel benefits! Call Airline Employment Services. 1- 206-971-3692, exL L89751. Itwc grams--CONVERSATIONS WITH WYOMING AUTHORS book dis- cussion group will ~ meeting this Thursday, SepL 12 at 7 p.m, and the Wyoming Councll for the Hu- manities program HISTORIES Sundance EMS OF STALAG LUFT I|I SURVIVORS byVal Burgess will be Friday, Sept. 20, at 7 p.m. CARD OF THANKS Library ~hts Thank you Wilson Law Office for We have a complete collection of purchasing my market steer at the the ANNALS OF WYOMING in our JunlorLNestockSale.Yoursupport Wyoming Room for in-llhrary use. is greatly appreciated. The Annals are published by the Tony Barton Wyoming State Archives, Muse- ums, and Historical Department CARD OF THANKS whose function is to collect and We would llke to take this op-preserve materials which tell the portunRy to saya great big "thank story of Wyoming. Loretta Durfee you" to Glenn and Janna has been indexing our Annals for Englehaupt. What a surprise tothe last 5 years, creating an In- come home from camping on La- valuable research tool foryour use! bor Day weekend and find all of our wood split. You are very THE SECRET FILES OF thoughtful and good neighbors and SHERLOCK HOLMES by June we appreciate it very much. Again, Thomson. 'Thanks to the heir to many many thanks, this precious cache, seven hereto- Buck & Gloria Christopherson fore untold cases investigated by * Sherlock Holmes with the assis- CARD OF THANK8 tance of the always estimable To our wonderful friends, neigh- Watson can be lald before you, an bors and relatIves, asimple'Thank- expectant publicr' You" is such an inadequate ex-THE MANX MURDERS, a Nlccolo presslon of our gratitude for the Benedetti mystery by William I~ tremendous outpouring oflove and De Andrea. Requested by the U.S. support we recelved during the'~overnment to resolve a feud be- recent loss of our loved one. tween elderly twin millionaires, Thecomfortwerecelvedfromyour Professor BenedettJ finds himself prayers, phone calls, visits, cards, enveloped in a tangledweb of ob- food, floral tributes and memorial stacles. bequests will remain a constant THE YEAR OF THE VIRGINS, a reminder of your kindness and novelbyCatherineCookson.There friendship, was something potentially explo- What a blessing it is to live in a siveJust below the surface of life at communttywhere people truly are Wearclll House, but when the ex- "their brother's keeper", ploslon came it was in a totally The Famfly of Calvin Hayward unforeseeable and devastating Dora, Donna, Jim, Darby form. Jayme & Jackl PRIMARY COLORS, the best selling novel of politics by Anony- CARD OF ~ mous. A savvy insider's look at life Thank you to Bill Oudin for do- on the stump, traveling beyond nating a nebulizer to Crook County mere gossip and expose' to discover Memorial Hospital. a world peopled by smart cookies, From the Hospital Staff nutcases, and whe~ler-dealers. REDEYE, a Western by Clyde Edgerton. Go back in time to turn- r CARD Op ~ of-the-century Colorado, where a Thank you to all our family and motley crew of innocents and friends for your sympathy shown scoundrels, visionaries and vul- to us by your thoughtful words, tures tells us How the West Was uri ~tr Made Safe for actions and prayers d ng . - Free Enterprise. recent loss. A special thank yot~ the ladies who prepared the Im IN SEARCH OF STONES, a pit- waiting for us at the Keyhole ~o~~o~q Country Club after the graveslde services at Pine Haven. # sincerely, ˘ The Family of Bettie Waters @ 0 BETTER HEALTH More Wealth. Millionaires choose this network- ing plan because of powerfial, nu- tritional products. Call 307-587- 3107 for tape. I twc ......................................... NEED TO'KNOW what's going on in Wyoming? Newspapers will tell you. Wyoming Newspaper Clipping Service reads every Wyoming newspaper. Quick, easy, Inexpen- sive. 307-745-8144. ltwc lS1,000 WYOMING People will read your classified ad ffyou place it Inwy-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. $119 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. I twc CUSTOM SCREEN Printing, T- shirts, hats, Jackets and graphic design. Brochures, loges and business cards. Nobe, Inc. 1-800- 738-7080 or 307-358-6929. Itwc PERSONALS BECOME A Medical Transcrip- tionlsL Opportunity to work at home or in office typing for doc- tors. Home study. Free literature. P.C.D.I., Atlanta, Georgia. 800- 362-7070, depL YYG730. Itwc ADOFr: We will offer your baby a home filled with love, hughter and traditional values. Exp. pd. Laurie and Danny, 1-800-631-2644. ltwc Simple as A B C Always Buy Classifieds Look to the Times classifieds. Placing a classified ad can turn unwanted personal Itemm into gold. It's easy, convenient, and inexpensive. may contain ads for conversation or x~orded through the use of telephones. Calls to such numbers may a charge to the calling phone number, These telephone services are telecommunications end are regulated by the Communications Commission. Complaints may be directed 1919 M Street NEW. Wmddngto~ DC 20854. ~wspaper recommends that you investigate every phase of opportuniti~. We suggest you consult your own attorney for a free pamphlet or further information from the making the offer before investing any money. Or you may the Attorney General's Office, 128 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, 777-~841. newspaper is not responsible or liable w~tsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, or opportunities offered by our advertisers. The content of the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We do encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any service, company or individual that ohooses to advertise in and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our eompany this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate any advertisement under whatever heading we decide will best grimage of faith, reason, and dis- covery by M. Scott Peck, M.D. The story of a three-week trip though Wales. England, and Scotland looking for ancient megalithlc stones becomes a search for meaning and mystery, and ulti- mately an unveiling of the pil- grimage of life itself. New Children's Books THE KITTEN WHO COULDN'r PURR, a picture book by Eve Titus. Jonathan the kitten asks the other animals to teach him how to purr. JACKRABBIT, a picture book by Jonathan London. When a baby Jackrabbit's home is destroyed by developers, she is cared for by a human family until she is big enough to ltve on her owntu the wild. ' .... I~ FALLING UP, poems and draw- ings by Shel Silverstein. Meet Poor Screamin' Mfllie and other unfor- gettable characters in this won- drous new book by the creator of Where the Sidewalk Ends and A Light in the Attic. SKYLARK, by Patrlcia MacLachlan, sequel to Sarah, Plain and Tall. When the drought forces Sarah to return to Maine with Anna and Caleb, leaving Jacob behind, Anna wonders if they will ever be a family again. BLACKWATER SWAMP by Bill Wallace. Having discovered the true nature of the old woman known as the Witch of Blackwater Swamp, fifth grader Ted must decide whether to come to her ald when she is accused of the thefts plagu- Ing his small Louisiana town. Weed & Pest Re-printed from issue, Coopera- tive Ertension Service, Wyoming Pest Alert, Imue dated Aug. I8, 1996 Winter wheat pest control starts now: volunteer wheat plants left in your field allow pests to survive until seedlings from the next wheat crop emerge. Therefore, wait as long as possible after harvest of the 1996 crop before planting your next wheat crop! Damage bywheat streak mosaic virus, the wheat curl mite .(vector of wheat streak mosaic virus), and the Russian wheat aphid is substantially reduced by keeping felds free of volunteer wheat for a period of at least three weeks. Volunteers can be con- trolled using tillage practices, herbicides, or both. In addition to interrupting life cycles of the pests, if wheat growers delay planting until mid-September, any insects and viruses present will have less time to build up to damaging levels before winter. This will result in healthier, more vigorous plants next spring. TIMES WANT ADS DO GET RESULTS Howard Craft & Guest Auction Sat. Sept. 14 - 9 AM - Morning Auction Vehicles * Motorcycle * Equipment * Radial Arm Saw" Drill Press" Shop & Hand Tools * Antique Stove * Vst & Livestock * Household DICK & TROY MADER, AUCTIONEERS CALL FOR BROCHURE (307) 682-3882