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'm The SidneY/Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, January 20, 1971 - 9B Drive with care, don't be a speeder; and please don't hit a Want Ad Reader. Dial 482-2403 or 2706 R SALE SALE: 1962 Mercury Met- four door. Phone 482- (3-2tp) SALE BY BID: Qualified 100 rights in Mis- Association. to John Dethman, Mont. Owner re- right to reject any or (2-3tp) and :s SUPPLy Good used vacuum Guaranteed. Call Box 521, Sidney, (47-tfc) AUTo PARTS ,, ACCESSORIES Car and Truck Transmissions. s Truck Engines Generators at Auto Wrecking 2 bedroom (50-ffc) FOR SALE SnOwmobile )rs Ferguson Ski H.P ....... $695 Ferguson Ski ti.P ........ $995 GHTON TORS, INC. Ph. 747-5458 I Poland _ China (3tp) KIRBy A. INONII: 4e.32Q 6 Pord diesel and rear Call 482- or 482-3855. Sidney. (2-tfc) AUTO PART5 LINDI, (38. (45-ffc) SALE us for a of light ELECTRIc CUSTOM See Fair- t/ ton mile s. meyer irrigated 0011. resi- wells. I and Cross grass rrn Sidney. Ave. 59270 I Illllll Ill FOR SALE FOR SALE I FOR SALE: Singer electric sew- FOR SALE: 1970 12 x 50 New ing machine, straight stitch Moon trailer. $3500. RonSor- cabinet model. Cal1482-2451. enson, Crane, Mont. (2-4tp) (2-3tp) FOR RENT or SALE: 310 10th Ave. S. W. Clean three - bed- room home and garage. Call 1-453-5864. (2-ffC) FOR SALE: Approximately 10O ton first and second cutting baled alfalfa hay. Ron Gross, Fairview, 744-5839. (3-3tc) FOR SALE OR LEASE: Excel- lent warehouse on loading dock, located on the truck route. Contact Bob Bell or call 482-1187. (52-ffc) FOR SALE Lyle Acoustic Guitar with tooled leather strap & case. call 482-2942 after 6:00 FOR SALE: Kirby vacuum cleaner, like new. Call 482- 2793. (3-ffc) FOR SALE: 1967 Ford Ranger pickup. One boar, canbeused for top breeding stock. Call 482-3319. (3-1tc) GOLD LABEL Feeds Grinding & Rolling Fairview Mill FOR BETTER IDEAS at lower cost on all farmbnildings and remodeling, see Great Plains Supply Co., Sidney, ,Mont. Call 482-1702. (1-52tp) Snow Tires and Tire Chains FARM & HOME SUPPLY NOTICE: Have you subscribed to The Sidney Herald? Mon- tana' s top award winning and largest family newspaper. Call 482-2706. (4 5-ffc) MOVING OUT Reconditioned Ski-dog's $395.- $595. 6 - 1969 Nordics 1 - 1967 Oly M 1 - 1970 Oly E 12 New Units Also In Stock FINANCING Available LARSON MOTOR CO. (2 - 2tc) FOR SALE: Like new - New Home - heavy duty portable zig zag sewing machine with 27 cams. Used one year. $95. Admiral TV- stereo combination, needs picture tube. Diamond needle stereo, radio and cabinet in excellent condition. $50. Ca11482-2654. (2-2tc) PERMANENT WAVE SPECIAL Styling included for $10.50 through January only Phone: 482-1908 SHERRI'S PARLOR OF BEAUTY ( 3-2c I FOR SALE: Used spinetorgans, M101 Hammond and Model 71 Baldwin. May be demonstrat- ed in your home. Call collect 701 - 838 - 6421. Wylie Piano Co., 117 West Central Ave., Minot, N.D. (3-1tc) MAE'S CATTERING SERVICE -- For information call or write Mac Schwartzenberger, 805 3rd St. N. E. 482-3398, Sidney, Mont. (3-4tp) FOR SALE Detroiter Mobile Homes All Widths - All Lengths NEW & USED PARTS & SERVICE TRAVEL TRAI LERS AND CAMPERS WINNEBAGO, STARcRAFT TOW LOW .,. :-FISCHER'S SPORTS MARINA 482- 2O64 FOR SALE Used Gehl Grinder Mix- er with Big mixing tank, used 2 seasons Used Grain-O-Vator Model 30 Used John Deere Model A with power steer- ing, live hydraulics, hydra loader, 3 buckets CRIGHTON DISTRIBUTORS Phone: 747 - 5458 Fairview, Montana FOR SALE: Alfalfa hay, first and second cutting. Burgess Brothers, Fairview, Mont. 747-5896 or 747-5762. (3-3tP) FOR SALE: 1963 - 4010 John Deere diesel and 1965 3020 John Deere diesel. Both in excellent condition and fully equipped for low crop opera- lion. Call 365-4974 Glendive after 5:30 or 747-5303 Fair- view. (3-ffc) FOR SALE: Several stacks low quality hay. Goodfor bedding. Call 482-3684. (3-1tp) FOR SALE: Signs oi all kinds at the Sidney Herald. (45-tfc) FOR SALE 1 Wheel Trailer with enclosed box call 482-2942 after 6:00 FOR SALE: 1969 V2 ton Chev. 4 - wheel drive pick-up. New tires, 307 V-8 engine, 24,000 miles. Call 795-2643. (2-4tc) i , ,,  Stock up now On bolts, nuts And Washers FARM & HOME SUPPLY FOR SALE: Snowmobile wind- shields $8.95 each. Double wide snomobile trailer - tilt bed. Tim's BodY Shop, Fair- view, Mont. Call 747-5222. (2-2tc) FOR SALE: 1958 three-quarter ton Ford pickup with 4 speed V8 engine. Good condition. Fold - up stock rack. Fresh paint job, 2 extra wheels. $600.00. Can be seen at 712 7th Ave. S. W. or call 482- 2336. (l-fie) FOR SALE: 3 bedroom home. Formerly the E. O. Minser residence. This is a very neat home, ready to move in. Complete with rugs, private fenced back yard. Improve- ments paid up. Private finan available. Shown by appoint- ment only. Call 482-1810, Cliff Larson. (3-ffc) FOR SALE: Eastern Montana Clinic Building. 222 2rid Ave. S. W. Call George Swenson for appointment or call 482- 2312. (l-fie) -FOR SALE: 3 - 2 BBL Carb. set up complete with air cleaners for Chevy 265-283-327 $75. A Iso headers for same $25. Like new Convertible top and aluminum side-curtains for Tri- umph Tr-3 $75. Like new Browning over & under 12 ga. mag. shot gun $225. Fender Concert amplifier $120. Tom Harmon, Crane, Mont. Phone 482- 25 34 I FOR SALE: Estate Land- Ranch in Western McKen- zie County containing over 2,500 acres. Over I, 150 acres tillable. 350 animal unit rights with McKenzie County Grazing Association. Irriga- tion potential with Charbon- neau Creek water permit, Complete setofbnitdings. Un- divided z/ mineral interest with surface, REA and tele- phone. Easy access. Proven j record of profitabilitY. For I further information call or write Trust Department, The First NationalBank and Trust Company of Fargo, Fargo, N. D. 58102. (2-2tc) FOR 5ALE: York boars. Call 798-3613 (2-2tc) FOR SALE: 1966 Chev. pickup. V-8, 4 spd., LWB. call 747- 5222. Tim's Body Shop, Fair- view, Mont. (2-2tc) I I Ill FOR SALE FOR SALE: Axel with brakes and springs for 10 wide mo- bile home. 700 x 15 fire with wheel. Call 482-1879. (2-2tc) I NOTICE: Montana Farmers Union Legislative Radio Report by Clyde Jarvis, President, MFU. KEYZ, Williston, N. D., 12:55 MST; KGLE, Glendive, 12:50 MST; KFLN Baker, 1:00 MST. .... (2-tfc) FOR SALEt Weaner pigs. call 798-3408, (3-2tc) FOR SALE: 1968 Pontiac Le Mons 2 door hardtop. 1971 Mercury Cougar 2 door hard- top. Price reduced. Phone 482-1962. (3-1tp) FOR SALE: One yearlingpolled Hereford bull. Two Jersey milk cows, to freshen in March. Phone 482-3192. c3100) I I I WANTED WANTED: COUPLES work to- gether, building a business. art partime and grow. We r--ain. Phone 482-3319 for in- terview. (3-1tc) Top company in the lubrication business has openings available in this area for s good salesman with late model auto, Steady income, full time, repeat orders pay full commission. Sales ex- perience, knowledge of tractors and machinery and the sur- rounding area helpful. We field train. For personal interview, see Karl Sandberg, Derrick Motel, Glendive Mont. Fri. Jan 22 at 8 p.m. or Sat. Jan. 23 at 9:30 a.m. sharp, (3-1tp) I I WANTED:. Will do sewing inn home. Call 482-2952. (29-ffc) INCOME TAX SERVICE By APimintmmt Evenings Only CE. HAGEN 402 5th St. S. E. (Rear Entrance) WHERE IS YOUR AVON REP- resentative? Maybe you don't have one. Maybe you sbould be the one in your neighbor- hood to sell to all those cus- tomers. Interested? Call or write: Mrs. LaVorme Dalton, AVON Dist. Sales Manager. Lewistown, Mont., Box 1105. 538-3336. (2-2tc) General Contracting Gravel & Gravel Hauling Earth Moving Asphalt Paving JOHNSON & BROWN Box 533 Sidney, Mont. NOTICE: I will not be respon- sible for any debts other than my own. Signed Leo P. Fischer (1-3tp) III WATER WELL DRILLING An) Size- Any Depth Selling STA - RITE PUMPS, PUMP PULLING and Pressure System Service DAVE GU LBRAA 4 miles south of Sidney Rt. I Box 203-B III HI WANTED: Attendance at the Montana Pork Producer's convention in Sidney Jan. 22- 23. Everyone is welcome to attend. (3-lip) -Give me a chance to buy your feeder cattle Licensed and bonded in Mon- tana and Norlh Dakota E. H. WICK Livestock Order Buyer 818 2nd St. S.W. Sidney Phone 482-262,4 WHAT ARE YOUR PLANS FOR 19717 A good Rawleigh Busi- ness is hard to beat. Perma- nent and profitable. Nearby localitY available. Write Raw- leigh, 1000 - 3rd St. N., Min- neapolis, Minn. 55401. (3-2tc) l C and K Pumping Service 1 pump anything) I Is )'our plic tank full? I Check it m)! Why I wait till it is tm hte': Ill WANTED II I II WANTED: Day - time waitress. Apply in person at Pink Pan- ther Drive In between 2 - 5 p.m. (3-1tc) R. H. G ifford Oilfield Construction Box 361 Fairvi?w, Mt. 59221 PIPELINE CONSTRUCTION DIRT EQUIPMENT Roustabout labor and all types of construction equip- ment available in the Sidney area. Bonded and insured. Phonn 747- 5485 or Mobil 482 - 3794 WANTED: Reliable experienced grocery clerk, must furnish references. Valley Cash Store, Fairview, Mont. (3-2tel General Earthmoving & Dozing MOTOR GRADER WORK OTTO CONSTRUCTION Lea Otto - Sidney - Box 303 Call 482-3649 or : Mobile 77&2956 WANTED: Partime ward nurse and veterinarian attendant. General cleaning and assist doctor one day a week. Pick- up application at 401 N. Cen- tral. (3-1tc) The POOCH  PARLOR Clipping- Specialty Items Mrs. Harold Lorenz 482-3836 Sidney, Mont. DRIVERS"NEEDEI): Train noW tO drive semi truck, Iocaland over the road. Diesel or gas; experience helpful but not necessary. You canearnover $4.50 per hour after short training. For application and interview, call 406-252-8612, or write Safety Dept., United Systems, Inc., 101 South 31st Street, Billings, Mont. 59101. (3-2tc) I SHARPENING Saws - Scissor5 and Skates BILL FORRESTER 612 9th St. S.W. Sidney 482-2027 ( 1 - 3tc) I prderably with experience. Call 482-1908 Sherri's Farlor of Beauty (3-1tc) I I I I | FOR R ENT RENT: Two bedroom house available Feb. I. Call 482- 3238. (3-tfc) J Tobaggans And Sleds FARM & HOME SUPPLY i RENT NEW PIANOS: Rent ap- plies to purchase price. $15 per month. Sidney Music Mart. (2-tic) FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apt. furnished. Call 482-2078 or 482-3445. (48-tfc) FOR RENT: Bachelor apart- ments, furnished. Call 482- 1651. (37-ffc) FOR RENT: Two homesjn the country. Both full basement and garages, one 1 be'oom, one 2 bedroom. Phone 482- 3085. (52-tfc) FOR RENT: 1 bedroom fur- nished apt. Call 482-2409 or see at 712 3rd St. S. W. (3-tfc) Prints and Reprints available of Sidney Herald photos on a limited basis A charge will be made,to cover the cost'of handling, time and materials. Prices available at: The Herald I I Illl FOR RENT I I I FOR RENT: Large furnished 1 bedroom apt. Close up town. 314 East Main. Ca11482-3105. (3-tfc) FOR RENT: 1 bedroom unfur- nished apartment. Meadow- lark Court. $90 a month. Call 482-1430. (50-tfc) FOR RENT: 2 bedroom carpet- ed apartment. Heat paid. Call 482-1651. (1-ffc) FOR RENT: Two bedroom house just available. Call 482-2758. (3-2tc) FOR RENT: One bedroom fur- nished apartment available after Jan. I. Close to Senior High School. Call 482-1678, (51-tfc) FOR RENT: 2 bedroom apt. in Central Apts. 222 North Cen- tral. Act as a caretaker and receive a reduction in rental charges. Furnished or unfur- nished. Call 482-2457. (2-ffc) FOR RENT: Unfurnished house. Call 482-2374. (3-1tc) FOR RENT: One 2 bedroom furnished apt. and one 8room home with electric stove, re- rigerator. Call at'3212ndSt. S.W. (3-lip) I I I CARD OF THANKS I CARD OF THANKS To all of you who have sent gifts, cards, flowers, letters of good wishes andprayers, I send my heartfelt thanks - really my cup runneth over. I hope m personally thank as many as I can very soon. Sincerely, Laurie Hangen CARD OF THANKS To Doctor Hyde and the hos- pital staff, Rev. Nelson and the Womens Guild of the Commun- iW : Presbyterian C h u r c h, friends and relatives  fox their cards, food and memorials. Mike Liebelt and family CARD OF THANKS The family of IdaBoleswould Hke to take this opportunity to express sincere thanks and ap- preciation to all those who of- feted solace and assistance dur- ing our recent bereavement. Our special appreciation to Fulkerson Funeral Home, Pas- tor Halyard Thomsen, Dr. Han- iffy, nurses and friends. The family of Ida Boles (3-2tp) CARD OF THANKS To my manY friends, rela- tives and neighbors. I would like to express my sincere thanks for all the many kind- nesses shown me and my fam- ily during my extended illness. It is at times like this that one realizes how valuable true friends really are. Thank you Arvtd Sanderson CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all those who surprised me on mY 80th birth- day for the presents and good wishes. Mrs. Anna Sckmitz State Taxes To Top $15 Billion State and local sales taxes collected in 1970 will exceed $15 billion when final figures are in, tripling the comparable figure for 1960, Tax Foundation, Inc., ays. State collections alone were expected to reach $12 billion, with only five of the 50 states having no sales tax. In 1969, with 44 states using the sales tax at that time, it was the leading source of rev- enue in 34 of them. The yield was all the way from 11 per cent of total revenue in Wis- consin to 51 per cent in Illin- ois. Eight states got 40 per cent or more of total collections from the sales tax. In 24 states the revenue from this tax was from 25 per cent to 40 per cent of total collections and in 12 staes the revenue was less than 25 per cent of the total state revenue. In 15 states food wasexempt- ed. In 25 states prescription drugs were exeml, and in five state most purchase s of c lothing were exempt. Services most commonly taxed include Utilities, room rentals and admissions. Least unormlty is found in taxation of production machire l IIIII Apron Strings SUSAN WARNKE Home Service Advisor, Montana - Dakota Utilities Co. Washable wallpaper was once the dreary stepsister to other wall coverings, relegated to areas which demanded durabil- ity above all other considera- tions. But today's washable wallpaper is so versatile and fashionable it has become the Cinderella of the decorating world. In fact, wallpaper isn't always paper anymore! It may be vinyl fabric or paper treated with vinyl coating for durability and quick and easy cleaning of any household soils. Andthe colors, patterns, and finishesdon'tlook like paper, either. Newestofall are the "wet-look" papers which resemble shiny patent leather. In stripes, paisleys, and bold de signs, they addpolish to a small area or room. Many patterns which would be over- powering in a large room can be attractive accents for one wall or one area. Washable flocks are now available which make the rich look of velvet practical -- even for kitchen or bath. Some are formal patterns, others simu- late animal stripes or combine the textures of flocking and foil. There are OP and popdesigns for youngsters; and paperswith coordinated border designs so you can edge walls, doors or mirrors for an arresting ef- fect. Or use the borders alone to create interest on solid col- or walls, to trim furniture, to frame wall treatments. Many wall coverings are also match- ed to washable fabrics for even more flexibility and ease in home decoration. Handy homemakers will also appreciate the ease of hanging many of the new wallpapers. Look for pre-pasted and strip- pable wall covering which re- quire a minimum of skill for installation. Many women are discovering you don't have to be a professional to create ef- fects worthy of an interior dec- orator in your own home- with wallpaper. And the results are as practical as they are beautiful, thanks to the easy sudsability of modern walleov- erings. Questions Answered On Social Security The following questions were received by the Miles City So- cial Security Office and answer- ed by J. T. Moore, manager of the Miles City area. H youhave any questions about social se- curity and how it appliestoyou, please write this office. Tbeof- rice address is 713 Pleasant Street. We will try to answer all of your questions the fol- lowing week in the Sidney Her- aid. Q. I'll be 65 next February. My wife thinks I may be able to sign uP for retirement bene- fits before my birthday, instead of "waiting until the last min- ute." Is that correct? A. Yes. It's a good idea to apply two or three months be- fore you plan to retire and no later than the month before you reach 65. This way you will be sure of getting all the benefits you are due, including full Medi- care protecon. Rockets Club Holds Meeting By MELODY HELM The January meeting of the Richland Rockets 4-H Club was called to order by TomBraaten, president, at the Oscar Grams home Jan. 5. Roll call of officers was start- ed by Kay French. She gave ev- ery member a little piece of pa- per with a subject to talk on. Each member then made anim- prompto sPeech for his answer to roll call. All bills are paid. The club is planning to have a money making project, a bake sale, sometime this coming Easter. The club planned and hadato- boggan Party Jan. 17. They went to the saddle club for refresh- ments. Everyone had a fine time. Local Item Mrs. Kenneth R. Johnson, Sidney, was a holiday guest of Lt. and Mrs. Jerry K. Johnson, Enterprise, Ala. Also visiting over the holidays were Mr. and Mrs. Paul M. Sletten and son, David, Vermillion, S. D. Mrs. Sletten is the former Judy John- son, Sidney. During the vacation the family took a side trip to the Florida beaches which was a welcome break from sub-zero Montana and South Dakota tem- perature s. Johnson, on active duty with the U. S. Marine Corps, is sta- tioned in Alabama while attend- ing flight school. Upon completion of school, the coupl will be stationed at New River MCAS, North caro- lina where he will be a heli- copter pilot. Mrs. Kenneth R. Johnson re- turned to South Dakota with the Sletten family to spend the New Year holidays before returning to her home in ,' Q. My father wants to retire at 62. Will he be able to get so- cial security? A. Yes, but his monthly checks would be 20 per cent less than the amount he'd col- lect if he retired at 65. Q. My husband and I receive a single social security check with both our names on it. Can we receive separate checks? A. Yes. Checks for married couples usually are combined to save administrative costs and to save check cashing fees. But, if you'd rather get sepa- rate checks, just send a writ- ten request, signed by you or your husband, to your social security office. Q. I'll soon be 60 and eligi- ble for social security widow's benefits. I have no idea what my husband's social security number was, and I can't find his card. Can I apply for social security anyhow? A. Yes, go ahead and file the application at your social se- curity office. But, to locate your husband' s number, they'll need to know his full name, where and when he was born, his father's name, and his moth- er's maiden name. Q. My wife is 62. Can set get social security retirement benefits if I don't retire? A. If she has enough social security credit of her own to qualify as a retired worker, she can collect whether you re- tire or not. But she cannot get benefits based on your work record unless you are retired. Womens Club Holds Meeting Sidney Women's Club met at the home of Mrs. ChrisHansen, Monday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Anderson and Mrs. Carl Brat- tin were co-hostesses. Mrs. Os- car Anderson and Mrs. Irene Delamore gave reports on the Women's Club magazines. The program for the day was Home Life. Mrs. Irene Delamore im troduced the guest speaker, Mary Alice Rehbein, who spoke on Medicare. She told of the homecare the department offers in Sidney and surrmmding areas. They are now working on the hearing clinic and have the measles clinic coming up. A business meeting followed, conducted by Mrs. Phyllis Edingto Many cottee reports were given. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Dudley Stove'S Feb. 1 at 2 p.m. MOOSE FAMILY DINNER Sunday, Jan. 24 1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.