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dichron Gives e Correct Time voice can be heard -- 24 hours a It gets a lot of people to on time. time - of - day you call 1-991-2345. A called the Audichron, by Mountain Bell from a in Atlanta, Ga., keeps straight, according E. Packard, manager for Bell. The machine has two Ik"Orded drums (hours and that revolve con- . In selecting the message to be fed into telephone company's a magnetic head and the minute reCOrdings. The voice belongs to Jane from Atlanta. Those well modulated tones did not happen overnight, but are the result of years experience. "You know you're being recorded," she says, "but at the same time you realize that when your voice comes out of the machine it must be natural and not sound like a recording at all." The Audichron Company produces the majority of the time recordings in the Bell System. The time machine is prac- tically trouble - free and its dependability continues even in the event of a power outage. If there's a power failure, an emergency generator automatically kicks into ser- vice to supply power to all telephone equipment, including the Audichron. POLE PIONEER'S POST OFFICE -- Thousands of letters and other mail have gone through the windows of the old Dore Post Office in its time but now the old ....... screen line is used only as a display. Donated by Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Page, the Post Office front is on display at the J. K. Ralston Museum here, along with hundreds of other historical items from the area. -- Russ Wells Photo Benefit Claims Down Check with UBC... always Name- brand quality. Carload price savings. One responsible firm, located near- by, for your complete building. Unemployment benefits decreased 268 from last week and are 546 below this same week last year, showing a 9.0 per cent decrease from the comparable week in 1971, according to Employment Security Administrator Fred Barrett. Highway employment in the Billings area rose 31 last week, and other construction, private homes, apartment houses, schools and industrial building is on the rise throughout the state. An eastern Montana road contractor has closed his business, laying off all per- sonnel. Worker shortages reported UNITED BUILDING CENTERS S t u d e n t R e p o rts, P.on00+82-2.0002 S,eoe00 Changes Important SPECIAL! One Month Only If you're a student, 18 to 22, getting monthly social security checks, it's important to report any changes in your status to social security, according to Bob Thorson, social security branch manager in Miles City. A student's total yearly earnings from part-time or temporary jobs as well as self- employment can also affect his social security payments. "Any student in the Miles City area who gets social security payments and knows Students can get monthly his earnings for 1972 will ex- VINYL. ROOFS social security payments when ceed $1,680 should report thls to a parent gets disability or social security," Thorson said. retirement benefits or has died. "Otherwise, he might get Your Choice of Colors They can continue to get checks which would have to be payments to age 22 as long as paid back later." This is real Vinyl - not just a paint job $7 500comp,ete,, ,..t.,,.d Includes top, labor and materials POWER CITY BODY SHOP Phone 482-2206 Sidney, Montana their student status does not change, Thorson said. Changes in earnings, school enrollment, attendance, or marital status can affect their payments, however. "If a student 18 or over is getting social security payments and leaves school or starts attending on a part time basis, he should notify social security immediately." "He is obligated to tel] us of these changes so we can stop his monthly benefits, as required by law." Local Students Social security benefits are reduced by $I for every $2 earned if the student beneficiary earns between $1,680 and $2,880 in a year. In addition, benefits are reduced by $I for every $I earned if he earns over $2,880 a year. "But a beneficiary 'can get full benefits for any month he doesn't earn more than $140 or perform substantial services in self-employment, regardless of how much be eat'ns in a year." "If a student beneficiary changes schools, he should report his transfer to social security. If a student gets married, he should gt in touch with us right away. Marriage stops a student's social security --''--------::d--+'ei Your local Social Security " ' Office is located at 713 Pleasant Whitmer, R!chey, received Street in Miles City. It is open Farm and Buzldmg Buys their master s degree during from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., commencement exercises at Monday through Friday. Also, ...... Montana StateUniversity Aug. Ken Childers our represen- 19. tative from the Miles City Office Receiving Bachelor's will be in Sidney at the Cour- degrees were Janice Provost, thoase Aug. 24 and Sept. 7 Sidney, and Joel Wiebe, between 8-30 a.m. and noon. Savage. . Our office will also accept The local students were part collect phone calls from the of 309 that graduated from the Sidney and Glendive areas. Our university, phone number is 232-4284. 41 5 Bare/l"wine Baler Wire Galvanized Roofing P pe I Y, M,reA  A urru oN T.r 5700:2u I .... sTEEL PIP LVERTS | L You can ease back and take. easy when you ,, | have United States Savings Bends. See Rlelnd Hide , National Bank for details today. | 2. If it Is a tough pull for you to make your money Pacific , streteh, eome in to IUehland National Bank slid | talk to us about a loan. We are waiting to help you In every way Fur IIIIIII1[I IIII Ill I II I I I - " I I I III II are construction craftsmen, auto workers and service personnel in Billings; timber railers in Bozeman; and hard rock miners in Butte. The opening of the Midland Empire Fair at Billings used the services of approximately 500 temporary workers, and the State Fair at Great Falls and other jobs caused 250 tem- porary jobs in that city. New home and apartment building starts are reported in Billings, Dillon, Kalispell and Missoula; commercial con- struction was begun in Cut Bank, Dillon, Kalispeil and Missoula. The first concrete pour was made on the power house structure at Libby Dam. Missoula reports that ex- cavation and land leveling has begun for the multi-block Midtown Mall and Shopping Center. Barrett stated that last week's unemployment claim total of 5,518 included 2,297 women or 41.6 per cent, and compared to 6,064 claims a year ago. Benefit payments amounted to $182,760. Claim declines were in this order: Great Falls, down 158 to 704; I,ibby, down 49 to 222; Kalispell, down 22 to 420; Helena, .down 16 to 255; Miles City, down 14 to 61; Missoula, down 11 to 718; Polson, down 10 to 101; Shelby, down 9 to 75; Hamilton, down 7 to 103; Glasgow, down 5 to 45; Glen- dive, Havre and Thompson Falls, down 3 to 40, 107 and 51; Dillon, Lewistown and IJvingston, down 2 to 29, 60 and 73; and Wolf Point, down 1 to 48. More claims came from: Butte, up 20 to 385; Bozeman, up 15 to 167; Billings and Cut Bank, up 6 to 882 and 54; Sid- ney, up 2 to 36; and Anaconda, up 1 to 131. ,+ The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont,, Wed,, August 23, 1972 -7 Defoliate your beets for MORE efficient harvesting! Fast, once-over operation gets all leaves & green! Sugar Beet Defoliators ... 90" and 132" models, for 4 end 6 rows Prepare your beet fields for faster, more efficient harvesting-- by using the defoliator with the finest reputation for thoroughness and ruggedness. Getting the leaves and green off your beets he;ps prevent tare and crown loss. Ill It'S a tough job. And no other machine has the necessary combination of ruggedness and balance to assure you of the dependability you need. Ill The 8" rotor tube is the largest and strongest made. Farmhand has 20 to 30% more flails than other makes. Steel flails shred the tops and rubber flails clean up the crowns. Optional third drum adds rubber flails for toughest conditions. II Hydraulically-controlledadjustments control flail height and optional scalper lift. Handy clean-out and service doors. Main rotor drive is a power band belt. Second and third rotors are chain- driven. II Stop in... take a look.., ask for a demo.., pick up some FREE literature! Farmhand delivers more for your money! COLLINS Mercantile West of Sidney 482-3112 I I  ! + Don't Mi s Our , , !! August 25 and 26 STANDARD. at entral Standard's _ _ __ ii New ree , Car Car Wash Wash Free FREE Lube with - Pepsi s Oil Change and Filter  ". :a,th . Hot Dogs Fill-up " FoBr?l KOidOdi?s s 2