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SMli H «wl KXATtLLQ, »AHO, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1*71 crvf NO, ,.,,, ·W THE DBTW*T COURT Of BJABO SUtTM JWHCIAl. PB- TMCT BANNOCK COUNTY W THE MATTER OF: APPLICATION FOR VOLUNTARY DISSOLUTION OF WOODLAND FARMS INC. 1CATION FOt VOLUN- GAS SHORTAGE 1. Woofland Farms toe. an Idaho corporation, pursuant to I.C.A. sections 30-301 et 5*0, hwtby applies for voluntarydls- solution. 2. At a meeting of the stockholders held September 9, 1973 for that purpose, it was resolved by i 100% vote to dlsclve the corporation. A copy of the resolution Is attached. 3. All claims ind demands against the corporation have been satisfied and discharged. 4. The prlnicwil office of the Corporation is Rt. 2 Philbir Road Pocatello, Idaho 83201 and the names and addresses of all officers and directors are as follows: President and Director: Edith lone woodland Route 2 Philbln Rd. Pocatello, Idaho 83201 Vice" Pres. and Director James Walker Woodland 2228 Evening Las Vegas, Nevada 80101 Secretary and Director William H. Woodland 8460 Kings Cove Dr. Salt Lake City, Utah 84121 Director: Donna Lee Woodland Frogley 3936 sturdevant Davenport, Iowa 52806 Director: Gaynor Louise Woodland Keller 1804 E. 6th Ave. Mesa, Arizona 65201 Director: Lynnette Woodland Parkinson 1154 Cameron St, Concord, California 94520 Edith lone Woodland James Walker Woodland William H. Woodland Gaynor Louise Woodland Keller VERIFICATION OF AND DIRECTORS First being duly sworn personally appeared before me Edith lone woodland this 25thdayof September 1973 and stated that she Is a director and president of Woodland Farms Inc. and . subscribing her name to the above application for dissolution! stated that the {acts contained! therein arWru'e 'to fiie best of' her knowledge. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1 have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 25th day of September 1973, John A. Crooks Notary Public State of Residing at (SEAL) My commission expires May 23, 1976 First being duly sworn, personally appeared before me James Walker Woodland this 19th day of September 1973 and stated that he is; a director and vice-president oTWoodllfia-- Farms me, and subscribing his name to the above application for dissolution stated that the facts contained therln are true to the best of his knowledge IN WITNESSWHEREOF.Ihave hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 19th day of September 1973. Georje D. Cichoskl Notary Public State of Nevada Residing at 5236 Sunney St Las Vegas, Nev, (SEAL) My Commission expires 3-9-74 . First being duly sworn, per- sonalty appeared before me William H. Woodland this 24th day of September 1973 and stated that he Is a director and secretary of Woodland Farms Inc. and subscribing his name to the above application for dissolution stated that the facts contained therein are ture to the best of his knowledge, IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 24th day of September 1973. Thomas 0, Parker Notary Public State of Utah Residing at salt Lake City, Utah (SEAL) My Commission expires Aug. 19, 1976 First being duly sworn, personally appeared before me Gaynor Louise Woodland Keller this 13th day of September 1973 and stated that she is a director of woodland Farms Inc. and subscribing her name to the above application for dissolution stated that the facts contained therein are true to the best of her knowledge. IN WITNESS WHEREOF.Ihave hereunto set my hand and affixed my official seal this 13th day of September 1973-Carolyn A. McKinney Notary Public State of Residing at (SEAL) My commission expires Feb. 8, 1976 Sept. 28, Oct. 5, Nov. 16, 23, 30, 1973 \o. 576 '_ NOTICE OF TRUSTEE'S SALE On Monday, February 25.1974 at the hour of 2:00 p.m. of said day at the office American Land Tiue Company, 358 west center, Pocatello, State of Idaho, WILBUR D. VINCENT, a Member of the Idaho State Bar, Successor Trustee to HUGH BEDFORD, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder, for cash in lawful money of the united States, all payable at the time of sale, the following deseribedpropertysit- uated in the County of Bannock State of Idaho, and described as follows, to-wit: The East 83 feet of Lots 1 and 2, and the North Half of the East 83 feet of Lot 3, Block 540, Pocatello Townsite, Bannock County, Idaho, according to the official plat of said lands returned to the General Land office by the Surveyor General. Said sale will be made without covenant or warranty regarding title, possession or encumbrances to satisfy the obligation secured by and pursuant to the power of sale conferred in the Deed of Trust executed by JACOB J. MILLER and VIOLET E MILLER, husband and wife, Grantors, to WILBUR D. VINCENT as Trustee for the benefit and security of the Administrator of veterans' Affairs, an Officer of IheUnltedStates of America, whose principal office and Post Office address is Veterans Administration, Washington, D. C. 20420, and his successors in such office, as such, as Beneficiary, recorded July 3, 1969 as Instrument Number 461872, records of Bannock County, Idaho. The default for which this sale is to be made is the failure to; m Make monthly payments at Travelers Ride Trains, Buses for Holiday Trips By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The fear of running gut of gas prompted many holiday travelers to ride trains or buses rather than drive cars for Thanksgiving Day trips. And they probably didn't regret it. Some cars coughed and sputtered to a standstill on freeways around the country as the fuel shortage became a reality for many drivers. "We were getting two or three calls a minute this afternoon from motorists stranded without gas," spokesman Alex Parley of the Connecticut Aut o m o b i 1 e Association said Thursday night. Many gas stations were reported closed, but whether for lack of fuel or because of the holiday could not be determined. A spokesman for the American Automobile Association office in Columbus, Ohio, said 50 per cent of Thursday's calls were emergency appeals for gas. He said at 8 p.m. only one gas station in the area was open. Some of those able to find gas had to pay dearly for it. Station owner Harry Simmermon of Monroe Township, N.J» found no lack of business despite prices described as "Thanksgiving blackmail" by one local official. Simmeron charged 82 cents a gallon for regular and 86 cents a gallon for premium gasoline at his Shell station on Black Horse Pike. Normally he sells regular gas for 38.9 cents a gallon and premium for 45.9 cents. Those who decided on public transportation didn't have to worry about gas, but they had to hassle with crowds. Amtrak, the nation's passenger rail service, got "every available coach they had out of mothbolls" to handle the load, one regional supervisor said. A spokesman said Amtrak's _LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT principal and Interest In the amount of $114,00 for the month of May 1973, and subsequent months, (2) Make monthly reserve payments for taxes and Insurance in the amount of $32.00 tor the same period, and the balance owing as of this date on the obligationsecuredby said Deed of Trust is $14,481.20 with Interest at 7 1/2% per annum from May 1, 1973. DATED: October 24, 1973 WILBUR D. VINCENT, Trustee Attorney for Trustee; Albert E. Trimming Veterans Administration Center 5th 4 Fort streets Boise, Idaho 83707 Nov. 23, 30; Dec, 7, 14, 1973 NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Under the provisions of Sec. 45-805 I.C.A. I will sell at Public Auction the following trailer: 2 wheel Nationwide Trailer Ser. No 144-58-2-41 Sale will be held Dec. 3,1973, 10:00 a.m., Pocatello Creek Rd. Dale 0. Kendall Nov. 23, 1973 No. 678 No. 2415 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BANNOCK IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF MILLIE ROUECHE, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above-named estate, All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Earl John Roueche, personal representative of the estate or to the attorney representing the estate, Gerald W, Olson, Johnson and Olson, Suite 303 Spaulding Building, Pocatello, Idaho, or filed with the Court. DATED this 19th day of November, 1973. /s/ Earl John Roueche 6510 Old Chesterbrook Road McLean, Virginia 22101 Gerald W. Olson Johnson and Olson 303 Spaulding Building Pocatello, Idaho 83201 Nov. 23, 30j Dec. 7, 1973 No. 2419 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF BANNOCK IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF EDNA A. DAVIS, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed personal representative of the above-named estate. All persons having claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be presented to Linn Marston Davis, personal representative of the estate or to the attorney representing the estate, Gerald W. Olson, Johnson and Olson, Suite 303 Spaulding Building, Focatello, Idaho, or filed with the Court. DATED this 19th day of November, 1973, /s/ Linn Marston Davis 939 Yellowstone Avenue Pocatello, Idaho 83201 .Gerald W. Olson Johnson and Olson 303 Spaulding Bldg, Pocatello. Idaho NOV. 23, 30; Dec. 7, 1973 #673 system-wide reservations center received 27,000 calls for information on Thanksgiving Day, about 15,000 more than expected. Standing room only was the case on many of Amtrak's trains, especially the Washing- t o n-Philadelphia-New York route. Greyhound Bus Lines in New York said it expected 50 per cent more travelers than usual for the holiday period. An additional complication in bus travel was the voluntarily imposed 50 mile per hour speed limit on highways, making for late arrivals. "We've gotten so screwed up on schedules because of the lowered speed limits, that people don't know what the hell is going on," said one Billionaire Stands Firm On Refusal To Pay Kidnapers LONDON (AP) - Oil billionaire J. Paul Getty says he is standing firm on his refusal to pay kidnapers for the return of his 17-year-old grandson, missing in Italy for the past five months. Although some police and r e l a t i v e s claim the dis-' appearance of J. Paul Getty in is a hoax, a photograph purporting to show young Getty minus his right ear was circulated in Rome Thursday. Along with the package of snapshots was a handwritten letter begging the elder Getty to pay the ransom in return for his grandson's release. It said: "I beg you, grandfather, please forget my capriciousness and folly. Pay and I will be as you like for good. You, too, Papa. I beg you, forget our disagreements. Forgive me and help pay." A spokesman for the boy's grandfather told newsmen: "Mr. Getty will never change his mind about his decision to pay nothing." The oilman, considered one of the world's richest men, has said giving in to ransom demands would open his other grandchildren to the dangers of kidnapers. The youngster's father, who also lives in London, has agreed to pay an undisclosed ransom, according to his attorneys. Persons claiming to be kidnapers at one time demanded $17 million, but since have reportedly reduced the figure to $3.4 million. Thursday's note and photographs were made public by ' the Rome newspaper It Tempo, which said its newsmen found them near the Rome-Naples expressway after an anonymous telephone caller told them where they were. Police sources said investigators believe the pictures genuine and not retouched. They show a youth squatting on the ground, apparently in a small cave. Getty vanished five months ago in Rome. dispatcher at Port Authority in New York City. Motorists in many areas seemed to be complying with the lowered speeds, now mandatory in at least 10 states. Amtrak employes at various stations around the country indicated it wasn't Just the Thanksgiving holiday that accounted for the increase in traffic. "We're booked solid on all long-distance runs through Dec. 31. The gas shortage has had an awful lot to do with it," said Diane Ruddy, an Amtrak controller in Seattle. Amtrak employes in Philadelphia said some trains to New York were booked full for weeks and that many passengers were willing to stand all the way if necessary. Speiiol Noticci "HP $300 Reward for information leading to the return of 1-1972 Gray 360 Enduro, 1-1970 Black 360 Enduro, stolen between the llth 15th. No questions asked. Contact Craig Cox, Hill Bros. Bulck. ATTENTION CHUBBUCK RESIDENTS We are installing sewer lines. Call COLLECT for a bid today. David Steed 4 Associates, 3805 N. Yellowstone, Idaho Falls. Call collect. Day 522-8381, night 5231901. XMAS SPECIAL, Loose 15-40 Ibs. for the Holidays, Diet Center, 237-4611, 237-5642. ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Meets 5 nights weekly. Calls welcomed day or night. 2324706, or 232-4460. 232-3456. Perfect Christmas Gift! "HOKY" Carpet 1 Floor SWEEPER SALES 232-7934. Need a lawyer? If you don'thave a lawyer and need one, call the Idaho State Bar Lawyer Referral service (collect) 342-8958 First interview $15. Pertonali APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED for fa»t food Kelp ot th« Itqlion Place. Must be 19 or over. Do/ Night shifts. Apply in person. 218 N.Arthur ACMI KM+ttMl 1M VMf "THE ACTION AGENCY" · Confidential Interviews · Reasonable Fee · Nation Wide Service · Efficient Consultant 410Y»lfcw«tone 231-3551 Pben« mai wanted. Pros only. Commission, call Mr. Cub, 233-U60 ext. 614. Inside ticket sales. If you have perk pizazz, come (or an interview. Bannock Hotel, room 614. Journeyman Mechanic, good wages, health insurance, vacation, most be experienced In Caterpillar, Toroflo Cummins engines, it also be knowledgeable on Air brakes, electrical hydraulics. Send resume to Box 1037, Boise, Idaho. Instructor in merehandisingpro- gram at Idaho state University School of Vocational-Technical Education. Position to be filled by Jan. 1, 1974. Contact Dept. Chairman, Claude A. Smiley. 236-3363. An Equal Opportuntiy Employer. Students welcome, part time, evenings Saturdays. Call 2331360 ext. 614. 1-bdnn- b**t, «*t«r 4 wa- bac* paid. Do«fBto»B loedUoo. CooUct Property tl»e»f*mttt Strives, 233-6W4. 0[ New ex-tra large 2-Ulrm, duplex, to Ul electric, gu-age, self- cleaning oven, Ashwasher, Silwtwm Wonted SELL OUR LEADS HIGHUGHTS For CHILDREN, tht award- winning childnn's magazine, wd* a Community Reprcwn'otive with cor, full or port- lime, to tell renewal cuttome'i and ntw protpecu who wrilc asking rtprtttntolive local). QUALIFIED LEADS FURNISHED. Sold direct only. Earning! itart immediately. Excellent committion, monthly bonus, insurance, vacation, and itcurity program. Phone Robert Pepper, 206-480-9460, or write Box 468, Kenmore, Waih. 98026. Include personal dalo and phone number. RESTAURANT MANAGERS Training positions availgbte. leading directly to store manager assignments. Top Salary. Full Fringe Benefits. Excellent career opportunities in rapidly expanidng chain. RED STEER, MC. 971 MM to* SALESMEN Excellent opportunity tor a qualified, energetic person to earn above average money selling four lines of cars, new and used. Ideal working conditions, salary plus commissions, life insurance, hospital, health, pension plan, plus profit sharing. See 5 fan Hovorfca or Park Price. PARK PRICE Oldsmobile--Datsun American Motors--Mercedes SOON. 5th 232-1062 2-bdrro. carpeted, d stove, fridge, nopets I -- . -- " -- - - -" J 4454 Photography by Image, outdoor *"rz: ---- Photograpy y mage, u ---- - candids, portraits, weddings. 2_bdrm. duplex, stove, (ridge, Color and B S; w. Professional separate furnace. 237-3649 or quality. Low prices, 232-8750. 2f!-50S5. DEER CUTTING 4 WRAPPING 237-4676 For interior painting at reduced winter rates Call 233-4455. Free Estimates. Kindergartens Kindergarten-Nursery school, 7 a.m.-6 p.m.forworklngparents. 1342 jane, 233-5409. Kindergarten 4Nursery.7a.m. , 56 Rosewood. 16th. 232-5733. . . . 6 p.m., 56 Rosewood. 232-7298, 149 N. JOLLEY'S KINDERGARTEN and nursery, close to Westwood Village, 425 W. Fine. Ideal situation for learning activities and play. Hourly, daily or monthly rate. 233-0384. 1-bdrm. stove, fridge, laundry, yard. $ 90. Rental Housing. 2334243. 10-6 p.m. 3-BDRM. STOVE. FRIDGE, DEL. GARAGE, CARPETED, DRAPED. $2550. 233-3819. Very d eluxe 2-bdrm. unfurn. All the extras. Call weekdays aft. 4. 237-1334. 2-bdrm. luxury apartment, carpeted, utility area, Univ. area. Property Management Ser. 2336824. Ooe bdrra. moderately priced duplex. Water Trash paid. Property Management Ser. 2336824. 27 Houses For Rent Furnithcd LITTLE SCHOOL KINDERGARTEN. Pre-school. State ap- . proved. 4 to 6 yrs. 406 N. 17th. -4165. 233-4 Small Mobilehome for rent or sale, ideal for young couple 237-48:21 after 3. I~bdrnn house, pay utilities, $120 month.. 322 South llth Phone 233-34127. 24 Apartments For Rent Furnished 11 Houses For Dent Unfurnished A Searching for a Rental?? Let us Help, 232-7700 Small one time fee No time limit Landlords phone in your rentals to us 232-7700. The harder you look the sooner you'll find us LAMB-WESTON "a good place fo work" Now accepting applications at our office in Center Plaza Building, Center St., Pocatello, or at the plant located just West of American Falls. 2262844 in American Falls or 233-3243 in Pocatello. See you soon! An Equal Opportunity Employer 1-bdrm. 2 blocks from campus, utilities paid, $150 a mo. 2323475. 1-bdrrn., soft water, near shopping center. Single person only. 23T-4153. 2-bdrm. for couples, one near college, no children or pets, references. 237-0838. 3 Rooms, water furnished, elderly couple preferred. $70. Inquire 650 N. Arthur 1-bdrm, carpet, $89, plus many others. Rental Housing. 2334243, 10-6 p.m. 1-bdrm. apartment. Minimum 2 children, 1 pet. Call 232-2241. 2-bdrm. carpeted, no smoking, drinking or pets. $175, 1 reference. 925 Park. 2-bdr?m, mobilehome in Inlflbm. Den cabana, can be furnished. Call 2512-9823 or 775-3382. 2-bdrm. carpet, fenced. $125. Plus o-tlher 2 and 3 bdrms. Rental Housing, 233-4243.10-6 p.m. 2 luxury apartments in newly finished duplex.2-bdrm.laundry rm. carpeted, drapes, disposals, fridge, stove, soft water. Nonsmokers prefered. 232-3037. 3 - bcirm. mobilehome. semi- furnished, for rent or sale. Very reasonable rent on location. Ap- prox. £15 miles south of town. 232-7169. Hotels and Motels Don't buy a hearing aid, rent one it be sure. Rental fee applies on purchase. Call Maico Hearing Service. 223 N. Main, 232-7783. « Dorr .Hit/Child Can * Take a dose look'.' AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE SPECIAL SERV ICES AND PRODUCTS OFFERED DAY CARE FOR YOUR CHILD WHILE YOU WORK. CALL 2328272. SERVICE DIRECTORY Kitchenettes and motel units $6 and up. Also weekly rates. 1119 N. Main. Laabs Motor Court. YELLOWSTONE HOTEL TV, elevator service, free parking. Reasonable weekly or monthly rates for 1SU students 233-4811. BY THESE ADVERTISERS Mobik Homesitos «.UTO PARTS * REPAIRS DAY CARE FOR CHILDREN IN MY HOME. AGES 3 to 5. CALL 232-6185. Licensed Home - Chubbuckarea daily or weekly 3-6 years old. 237-3712. HAMILTON'S. Playtime Day Care Home. Hours 7 a.m.-6 p.m. or by special arrangement. 1356 Holman, 237-6173. Help Wanted Quality parts at budget prices, exacting machine work, 'guaran-. teed, Full line automotive job ber. Serving you 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. daily ex. Sun. 232-2055, 401 N. Main. Murray-Smith Automotive. . 'BUILDING REMODELING _ JOHNSON'S BUILDERS, 8324064. Cabinets, carpentry, win-' dows, doors, paneling, tile wall ceilings. Any home Improvements, build new or remodel. NEAT WORK. CUSTOM MEAT CUTTING Gunter custom Meat Cutting. We sell U.S. Choice Beefbyslde or quarters. 775-3713. JOURNAL CLASSIFIEDS BRING RESULTS HUNTER'S custom cutting t wrapping, we skin deer 4 elk, Milward Si son's Meat. N. Harrison Ex. 10 a.m,-8 p.m. 2336240. ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING ~ BRAS GIRDLES Hoepy Ads love is... . . . longing for the weekend and more time together. Lotl und Found TRUCK DRIVERS: no experience required, good salary many benefits, now interviewing. Call Army Opportunities, 232-5321 Collect. Opening for executive director of Idaho Inter Tribal policy board. Interested persons send complete resume to QTTB Inc. Room 318 Idaho Building, Boise. 83702 by 4 p.m. Dec. 14, 1973, Applicants will be contacted, for interviews to be held by appointment Dec. 19th in Boise. 6 months appointment, Jan. 1 thru June 30, 1974. An equal opportunity employer. MELBA WARD 850 Park 233-5370 For all your needs. BOOKKEEPING TWO YEARS AND EUROPE Travel to Europe or learn the skill of your choice. Invest only 2 years and TODAYS ARMY will guarantee you Europe or the best training around. Call Army Opportunities, 232-5321 Collect. Applications are being accepted for the following positions: Nutrition Project Director. Salary is $8200 up depending on qualifications. The Community Center (SEICAA) is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, color, creed, sex, marital status, handicap or age. Apply for position at the Idaho Dept. of Employment, 430 N. 5th Pocatello, Bring resume, Job description available when application is made. Closing date Dec. 5th 5 p.m. OUTDOORSMEN: work in the northwest. Adventure training on Ml. Rainier, Start at $326 CARPET plus many benefits. Now interviewing. Call Army Opportunities, 232-5321 Collect. AVAILABLE PART-TIMEjREA- SONABLE RATES. 232-9203 after 5. CARPET CLEANING For Rent Steam cleaning machines, "Steamex" do it yourself save up to 70% Max's* Custom Floors, 233-2770. Advanced technique cleans carpet and upholstery from bottom up. Scotchguard, Germproof Inc. 6? sq. ft. 237-1135. Reg. Denney's "Steamway," Carpet cleaning without scrubbing! Excellent for white shag. 237-3613. Clark's Carpet Care we steam clean carpets, 6$ a sq. ft. Call 237-5100. Carpet Si anything in house. 16 yrs. experience. Satisfaction. Newby servicemaster. 233-3646 Carpet furniture cleaning, steam or shampoo rinse. Ex- ·perts on velvet furniture. 2322517 or 232-6182. Paramount Cleaners. A-l Carpet furniture cleaning. Drys in - to 3 hours. My way can't be beat. Orv's Cleaning Service. 237-4057. Free estimates. Residential, commercial 'repairs. Service changes. Free estimates. Prompt service. 2326984 if no answer call before 8 a.m. or after 5 p.m. ELECTRIC SHAVER REPAIR Parts St service for all elec. shavers. All warranties honored. Taysom Jewelers, 2374400. SAW TOOl SHARPENING _, Expert saw tool sharpening, Howard Merrell, 178 W. Bryan 237-4018 evenings. SEWING : '" Professional custom sewing, alterations, buttonholes, we sew anything. Authorized dealer for Elna St. White sewing machines, HOLLY'S SEWING HUT 118 S. Main 232-4304 Holiday Sewing, alterations, general sewing Si dress making 232-8597. ~ Professional dress making. You name it, I make it ... Call 232- TAILPKING ALTERATIONS joe the Tailor. 354 S. 5th Ave. Ladies and Gent's alterations. Press while you wait! 232-9092, T.V. REPAIR HILL-V u Deluxe country living' Close in. Obi's. Sgl's. 232-6087 232-19019, 233-2971. Own your own lot. All improvements furnished. Guaranteed no rent increase. 233-1186. ' HURLEY VILLAGE ESTATEs" 175 Hunrley Dp. 1 dbl. wide space only. Curb, gutter, black top streiiKs, all underground service. 237-6550. Business Property for Rent 1 space for rent, Kozy Korner Mobiletiome Kourt, 516 Riverside Dr. You'll like the friendly people in our court. 233- G»raw ! for compact car for - 4§5 N - Hayes - Office space for rent or lease EXCAVATING Backhoe work, trenches, basements, water and sewer systems, tree removal and ditches cleaned, Richard Stanger.- 237- Hauling slag, sand, rocks, gravel. 6 yd. dump truck for hire with driver, 232-2546. Backhoe work, dump truck, concrete work, tree removal, Misc. work. If you need help, call Jerry Stuart, 237-3032. COLOR television specialist Ken Johnson, home service shop repair. Call 233-4071. TV RADIO REPAIR ~^~: Expert TV stereo repair. Guaranteed work. Chad's Home Furnishings. 232-3222. TYPING BOWMAN TYPING SERVICE. Manuscripts, misc. forms. liaaranteed 232-65421^. UPHOLSTERY OFFICE SPACE 233-2424 Heuus for Sole FIREPLACES 5th Ave. Fireplace Built-ins. Franklins, Cones, conventional, 1729 S. 5th. 233-4222. GAS SERVICE ~~ Gas service on all gas burning equipment, call Larry's Gas service, 237-3282. All types of work, quality work, wide factric selection, home selection available. 237-2383. VACUUM REPAIR Hoover-All makes and models. Kat's Home Laundry, 128 So. 2nd. 232-3784. WALL CLEANING ~ HANDY MAN Carpet, linoleum and tile. Counter tops, free estimate. DUDE'S FLOORING, 237-4227. .__.. REWARD $100 for the return or information leading to the return of a year old Afghan Hound lost south of town. Male-Golden witn Black mask. Call 232-7647 or 2321973. Lost Oct. 15th. Black white female Husky, 6 mo. old, Highland it Alameda. 4289 Lie. « Reward, 232-5743. Lost: Ladies (Silver) watch in or around Bannock mtr. Inn. Reward. Call 237-6566 aft. 6 p.m. Lost: Irish setter. Femile. Chubbuck area. Sun. Nov. llth. :$100 reward, 232-8470, 6 mo. old Irish Setter. Lost vie. Randolph 4 Maple. 232-2059. LOST: Female Cocker Spaniel- German shepherd. Scar on right hip. 4 mo. old. Vic South 4th, 233-0214 or 233-6514. For men or women, direct sales, if you like money and are willing to work we will train. For interview Call 233-2209. EXCELLENT Full time Job opportunity Route salesman, Culligan Water Conditioning. Call 232-3855 for Interview. TEXAS OIL COMAPNY need mature person for short trips surrounding Pocatello. Contact customers. We train. Air mail A, B. Dickerson, Pres., Southwestern Petroleum, Ft. Worth, Tex. Greeting card salesman, commission, begin with Xmas cards, move into retail. For appointment. 232-7700. Need baby sitter from 2 to 5:30 Call before 2. 237-2927. HELP WANTED Experienced skidder operator. Mechanic familiar with logging equipment. Experienced timber cutters. Cutters paid by the piece, averages $9-$ll per 1,000. call Dinosaur Timber, Vernal, Utah. 801-789-5172. CARPENTRY HAULING SLAG CALL JERRY STUART 237-3032 JRONING Ironing done in my home. Call 237-3782. KNITTING Imported yarns. Knitting classes available. KNIT NOOK, 140 N. Uth. 232-1965. Carpentry, remodeling St Cab- METAL WORK inets, Winter rates, P.A. Construction, 232-3696, 232-2390, CLEANING A PAINTING Homes, commercial 4 apartments, reasonable rates, free estimates, SEE CONTRACTORS 237-2383. . . Metal Parts made repaired McArthr.r Machine Shop, 342 Hyway Ave, chubbuck 237-0911 PLASTERING PATCHING Plastering and Patching Insured 232-3953 Call Ray's Cleaning Company for wall cleaning, floor cleaning. Complete Janitorial Service. 237-5100forfree estimate. Al- Wall Cleaning service. Twice as fast. 3 times as clean. No dripping water or suds, orv's tree estimates. 237-4057. WALLPAPER 300 Patterns in stock, no ordering necessary, all colors designs, paper hangers available STATE HARDWARE, 352N. Main 232-1574. WATER SEWER LINES Installation of water lines, sewer Hues, cess pools septic tanks. 232-5528 WELL DRILLING 3-bdrm,, custom brick, sunken livingroom, carpet, drapes. Convenient l-dtchen with dining area. Total electric, near Greenacres school. !$37,900. 233-4605. Highland area: Spacious brick 4-bdrm.. home. 2 baths, family rm. upsstiirs util. 2 fireplace, dbl. garage, 237-3135 or 2372234. 4-bdrm. home. 2 full baths. Sunken family room, part basement. FiUly carpeted draped. 2 firepla.ces, private balcony patio. Outstanding view, sprinkler system. Immediate possession. Located, 300 Valleyview. Price: $40,000. Phone 232-0631 or 232-6:277. For Sale? by owner: Small 2- bdrm, completely painted, new roof, storm doors, washer, dryer outlet.'i, low gas lieat, all this for just S BSOO, 233-6608. loui-nal Classifieds Bring Results CONCRETE CARPENTRY -- PLUMBING Patio, driveways, patching, remodeling small jobs specialties. Free estimates, 237-3795 or 237-2611. L 4 A Concrete. HOME REPAIR SERVICE ONLY 'REASONABLE RATES. 232-1818. ' ' PLATING COUNTER TOPS NORTHWEST AIR DRILLING 4 DEVELOPMENT. Complete domestic water systems, pump sales St services, test drilling. - FREE ESTIMATES. Dean MiT- chell. 1423 Pershing. 237-6338. 'WELDING ~~*~: Expert welding all metals. Sprinkler systems, aux. fuel tanks, tow bars, bumper hit- Jhes. 237-3615. By builder: beautifyl new all electric »-bdrm. home on view lot 3 balJis, family room, formal dining area, convenient built-in kitchen, completely carpeted, split entry, double garage. $38,i:'00. 237-3170. Formica, kitchen remodeling. Door hanging St carpentry work. Gail H. Buchanan, 232-6659, Pogge's Chrome Works it Welding. Nickel i chrome. Reasonable price, 785-5333 West of Blackfoot on Arco Highway. YARD WORK _ Dump truck hauling, slag, i el St trash. 237-0960. FOR LESS THAN 35' A DAY THE SERVICE DIRECTORY CAN WORfr FOR YOU AND REACH OVER 68,000 READERS DAILY NEW ADS START MONDAYS. DEADLINE IS 11:30 A M SATURDAY TO PLACE YOUR AD DIAL 232-4161 3 YEARS OLD 3 bedroom home, nice livinc room spacious kitchen, all carpeted, built-in range, full ^ s S m S!",', e «ellent neighborhood, will rent with first op. tion to buy at 523,700. A FAMILY SPECIAL Lovely 4 bedroom home, (2 up, 2 down),Nicelivin K room. ?iW ( ..'f Ee fenrcfi y art S l . h .£. lllt . lrees MO garden, 52-1,400. Immediate occupan' ALLIED REALTY MTN.Main J33.J82J