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The Adams County Record Thursday, April 9, 2009 To place your ad call (208) 253-6961 FAX 253-6801 E-mail: record@ctcweb.net or stop by the office at 100 Illinois Ave. oR RENt / LEASE House for Rent 3 Bedroom 2 Bath $480 month $200 deposit Minimum Charge $6.00 - first 20 words Each additional word 30 Late Fee on Delinquent Accounts Personals - First 20 words free for the 2009 season. Wheel lines, gated pipe. April-October. 208-550- 2200 ANTED Free &" Cheap - A 20 word ad for anything adorable males. Tails docked, wormed, i st shots, ready for new home. Born 9/7/08 $175 OBO. 257-3564 / 550-2676. Whirlpool Duet Washer Page 13 Deadline for Classified Ads is Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. You can add a picture to your Classified ad for only $6.00 more! WARNING: The ADAMS COUNTY RECORD recommends that you investigate every phase of an investment or job opportunity before you invest or apply. Be especially cautious of offers made by persons from out of state or doing busi-, ness out of a hotel or motel. If in doubt consult the Better business Bureau or your attorney before you act. sold for $25 or less is free for two weeks Cockatiel Superb pet, young grey male, sings, totally "gentle, loves people, $60 call Cheryl Little 253- 4796. Ranches. Acreages & Homes Available Mountain Central MLS (McCall area) & Intermountain MLS (Treasure Valley) references required 405 N Galena 12081 275-9915 Farm Work Large one bedroom Will do your fencing, apartment Downtown, all utilities included, washer dryer hookups. $650 / month 253-4382: ELP WANTED Therapy Technicians Needed to work with people with Developmental Disabilities in the Council / Cambridge / Midvale areas. Part time positions available. Training is provided. For more information call Katie at 208-642-2283 or go to website at www. cp-of-idaho.com Ranch Help Wanted Irrigator/ Fencer wanted farm work and pruning. Call 208-253-4815. Buying Traps Coyote, Beaver, Raccoon, any kind, any size. Will pay cash. Call Benny 541-212-6346. OR SALE Goat for sale Young doe Mani Oberhasli. Make an offer. Shelia Zumdel 257-3944. The Roundup Coffee House is for SALE in Cambridge, Idaho. For information please contact Sandy at 257- 3406 or 257-3405 (evenings). Rat Terrier Puppies 2 friendly, healthy, and Salmon season starts soon It looks like Idaho will in the Snake River. & Dryer Like new, in great working condition, grey and cream, propane dryer (can use portable propane tank) $700 Call Holley @ 253-6961 or 253-6146 Refrigerator 18 CF Whirlpool Refrigerator. Excellent condition, 1 V2 years old. ,400 253-4538. Organ Kimball Organ - Full sized w/books and bench. $300 OBO 253- 4507 1995 Chevy Cavalier Runs. $500 OBO 253- 4791 Moved to Alaska Dependable V2 ton 1996 Chevy Silverado. Club cab 4x4 $5000 O.B.O. 253-6091. establishing set fshlng ERVICES Cindy's Cleaning Service Still cleaning homes and businesses in Council and surrounding areas. Call Cindy Wood 253- 6431. Free removal of junk or abandoned vehicles in Council area. Call Ruben 253-6050. I WE HNDLE YOUR BUSINESS IN A CONFIDENTIAL AND PROFESSIONAL MANNER. Menus have a spring Chinook salmon fishing season in the Clearwater, Snake and Salmon rivers. Seasons open April 25 on the Clearwater, the lower Salmon, Little Salmon and the Snake rivers. A season opens May 23 on the Lochsa River, and a sea- son opens June 20 on the Salmon River from Shos " CreeR upstrearil-- aout 25 miles to the boat ramp at Vinegar Creek. "We still anticipate enough Chinook salmon coming back to Idaho to justify a fishing season," anadromous fish man- ager Pete Hassemer told commissioners. Hassemer expects to return to the commission in May with proposals for summer Chinook fish- ing in the upper Salmon River and the South Fork Salmon River. The forecast is for about 105,600 hatchery fish and almost 23,000, wild Chinook returning to Idaho. That trans- lates into estimates of 13,341 fish available for nontribal anglers in the Clearwater River, 9,700 in the lower Salmon and Little Salmon, and !,365 The daily limit is four Chinook salmon, no more than two may be 24 inches or more in total length. Anglers must stop fishing for salmon - including catch-and- release - when they have caught and kept two salmon 24 or more inch- es long or four salmon, whichever comes first. The possession limit is 12 fis, but .,not more, than su may be 24 inches or more in total length. The statewide limit is 40 Chinook 24 or more inches long during 2009. Salmon less than 24 inches are included in the limits but are not recorded on the permit. 0nly Chinook with a clipped adipose fin - the small fin between the dorsal fin and tail - as evidenced by a healed scar, may be kept. Anglers may use only barbless hooks no more than five-eighths of "an inch from point to shank. In the Lochsa,. only arti- YORK EXCAVATION, INC. 253-4284 New Meadows School April 13 Hot pockets Tomato soup Fruit Crackers April 14 PoPcorn chicken Potatoes and gravy Hot rolls Peaches- April 15 Burritos Corn Fruit Cornbread April 16 Chili " Cinnamon rolls Pears Crackers April 17 . Hamburgers Fries Fruit Pickles hours for weekly periods. The hours will be pre- sented in a table in the rules brochure. Anglers must have a valid 2009 fishing license and salmon permit, except youths under 14. Children under 14 may fish for salmon with- out a license or permit only if acc6mpanied by a license and permit hold- er;harvestedany 'ChinOOkcountsSalmOon the " rtdg ' 'J permit holder's limits. A new rule prohibits fishing from any water- craft within 30 yards of the west shoreline of the Salmon River from the Riggins City Park boat ramp upstream to a posted boundary about 200 yards upstream of the mouth of the Little Salmon River, and the lower 200 yards of the Little Salmon. Though fishing from a boat has been restrict- ed near Riggins, addi- tipnal fishing will open June 20 on 25 miles of Seniors All meals are served at 12 O'clock Noon on Wednesday's and Friday's. All ages are welcome and the meal includes your beverage and dessert Wednesday, April 15 Roast Pork Mashed Potatoes And Gravy Mixed Greens Salad Rolls Peas Apple Crisp Friday, April 17 Baked Lasagna Garlic Bread Tossed Green Salad ficial flies and lures - no " the Salmon River just bait - with one barbless upstream from Riggins hook per fly or lure may this year. be used. A single hook Please refer to the 2009 may have up t6 three Idaho Fish and Game points, spring Chinook season Fishing hours were and rule brochure for simplified this year by details. The brochure will be available to the public before the season opens. Fruit Pudding 2 It has always been my private conviction that any man who pits his intelligence against a fish and loses has it coming. -John Steinbeck BACKHOE - SNOW PLOWING *DUMP TRUCK & TRAILER *ROCK & DIRT HAULING SEPTIC SYSTEMS *D7F with RIPPER & U BLADE LICENSED, BONDED & INSURED BOX 158, COUNCIL, ID 83612 Sieve "s Hometown Motors Inc. Weiser ...... Z i I .  IDAHO DEPARTHENT OF LABOR Serving Valley & Adams Counties (H) Housing Available After School Camp Facility Teacher Asst Manager (P/T) Camp Kitchen Automotive Body Manager Repair Tech Camp Manager Cook Reid Sewe Rep Camp Nurse Grounds Coach - Assistant Maintenance Track Director/ Coach - Custodian Cheerloading Information Coach- Varsity Receptionist Cheerleading Technology Director Golf Course Waiter/Waitress Greenskeeper SEASONAL Ranch Hand JOBS Swim Instructor Camp Asst. took (Pfr) For a Complete Job List: os) s34.71o2 orgovw 299 SOUth 3 SL, McCall, ID 83638, ... I L  I CALL US am Weisw I 00.mmt 253-6961 I,..m -5 i 649.1907 1.soo.sao4sze I I, ; ! PARTS & SlLq I I @mr I o,.r I I ,w, ILI I tneJ  m30 On The Sp Aisbl* ! ii [ ' -| ".i _ xz ,I l-II@O-MS.Im. (s)10 so2 HWY  WESE o. New Meadows Seniors Dinner served at 5:30 with bread, milk, coffee & dessert. April 13 Tater-Tot Casserole Spinach Jello Green Salad Apple Crisp April 15 Salisbury. Steak Mashed Potato Mixed Veggies Green Beans Cookies April 17 Roast Pork Mashed Potatoes Gravy Sauerkraut Salad Broc-Caulff Applesauce Council Seniors All meals served at noon with milk & coffee.  Pork Chops Spanish Rice Carrots Roll Tossed Salad Cookies & Fruit Wednesday April 15 Beef Steak Baked Potatoes Peas And Carrots Roll Jello Banana/Orange Sugar Cookies Friday April 17 BuITitos W/ Enchilada Sauce Refried Beans Tossed Salad Jello W/ Strawberries Brownies CLASSIFIED SPECIAL SELL YOUR STUFF! $8 UNTIL SOLD LIST YOUR STUFF IN THE CLASSIFIEDS AND WE'LL RUN IT UNTIL IT SELLS FOR ONLY $8 PRIVATE PARTIES (NON COMMERCIAL) ADS UNDER 15 WORDS ITEMS UNDER $500 ALL ORDERS MUST BE PAID FOR IN ADVANCE! DROP BY 1OO ILLINOIS AVE. EMAIL US re co rd @ctcwe b. n et