Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1971-1973, April 14, 1971, Image 7

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ft*® -, , ^ , - , r S??' C L A S S IF I E D A D V E R T IS IN G R A T E S U •3LIIW* 4 Line» 5 Line» A Line» 7 Lilie» 2 x 3 x S x II iim ISI i i framin'y * 1 .4 5 6 7 .4 8 .* 3 .0 0 5 1 3 ,7 0 2 .2 0 1 .0 0 4 .0 0 1 7 .6 0 2 .5 0 1 .7 5 5 .0 0 . ■ ' 2 7 5 0 3 .0 0 4 5 0 ; -6*00 ■ 7 6 5 0 3 .S 0 5 .7 5 7 .0 0 3 0 .0 0 i P y ! \ ' di*toun» «<* c*«n or if paid within » d a y s »Iter billinp. Blind Box Ad» require 7S cent» extra handling charge. Deadline I* NOON d ay before ad 1» run. CARD OF THANKS Flat Rate 57.00 Fartant Miscellaneous REXJULAR SALES a t DiUon Livestock M a rket w ill be the following dates, April 19 a n d May 3,17 & 31. Phone 683-4521. TEST DRIVE one of our new GMC trucks, Pontiacs or B u icks today. College Mo­ tors Dillon 683-2322. WALL WASHING - window cleaning & m aintenance. Professional m ethods. White Glove, call 683-4312. WATER WELL DRILLING Pum p s — 683-2831—R e p a irs C a rl F . H o llensteiner WATER WELLS - 6 to 20”- B riggs D rilling contractor. N. of Dillon on Highway 41 o r call 683-5732. CARPETING & U p h o lstered furniture cleaned safe - f a s t thoro. R easonable ra te s , W hite Glove. Call 6834312. THROCKMORTON’S RADIO & TV, 16 So. M ontana, Phone 4238. All work guaranteed. IF CARPETS look dull and d r e a r , rem o v e spots as they appear w ith Blue L u s tre. R e n t electric sham p o o er $1. E liel’s. ANYONE interested in salvaging abandoned railroad buildings in vicinity of Dillon contact Union Pacific Railroad Agent. MECHANIC on duty 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Husky Station, 230 N. Mont., Dillon. 683-2811. IT’S time to plant trees. Briden- stine Nursery has a good selection. See at 604 E. Cornell. «83-2210. BE A CASH customer when you go to buy your new car. First National Bank, Dillon. ANYONE wishing to buy or sell city or country property, I am pertrmmtWiis >tti •H«p'y6u>wrtiin your feal estate needs. Keith’s Realty. CONSOLE SPINET PIANO. Will sacrifice to responsible party in this area Cash or terms. Also ELEC. ORGAN. Write or phone Credit Mgr., 503-363-5707, Tallman Piano-Organ Stores, Inc., Salem, Oregon 97308. BOAT with trailer. 50 HP motor. 683-2478. Personal CEMETERY m o num ents and m a rkers. Leonard L. Mash- ino. Phone 683-2015. STUDENTS, invest in life in­ surance now, while your ra te is low. Irene M cFadden, New York Life, 683-5832. For Sale, Equipment IF you need an irrigation pickup I have a 1956 lnt. '/-¿T. Runs good. Dave Moss at Lima. LEGAL N O T IC E NOTICE TO CREDITORS ; In the Matter of the Estate of F R E D E R I C K G E O R G E WATKINS, also known as FREDERICK G. WATKINS, and also known as F. GEORGE WATKINS, Deceased. ; NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by the undersigned public ad­ ministratrix of Beaverhead County, Montana, and ad­ ministratrix of the estate of the above-named decedent to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said decedent to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to said administratrix at the law offices of Richard F. Burns, 120 E. Glendale Street, Dillon; Montana; the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said «state in Beaverhead. County, Montana. (¡AVIS HOERNING a Public Administratrix of Beaverhead County, Montana, and Administratrix of the Estate of the above-named decedent. March 31, April 7,14, ,21, For Sale, Homes “ WE HAVE IT.” Nice 2 bdrm. home, dining room, full basement with half bath, attached 2-car garage, best of location. Main Realty. 683-5641. MODERN 7 room house located on 6 lots. Phone 683-2032. 3 BDRM. house, near High School. Call 6834315 or see at 325 N. Pacific. MODERN 4 bdrm . hom e. 1% baths. Located on 1 acre 40x20 heated pool. Call 683- 4572. Situation Wanted INCOME TAX Consultant, con­ tact A u d rey H u n g ate, call afte r 5 p .m . o r anytim e Sat­ urday or Sunday, 6834034, 511 C h estnut St. Dillon. WILL do lawn work. Have necessary equipment including truck. Phone 683-2032. For Sale, Mobile Homes 1962 3 BDRM. 10x55 Fleetw ood m obile home. Phone 683- 5541. For Sale, Real Estate 50 ACRES of irrig a te d land joining Hiway 41, presently in alfalfa. Close to town. Call 6834572. CHOICE LOTS in town. A c res out of town. Houses and financing available. Any p rice range. C a ll 683-5541. Wanted WANTED AT ONCE. Reliable person to supply consumers with Rawleigh Products in nearby locality. Full or part-time. Write Rawleigh, 1000 Third St. N., Mpls., Mn. 55401 tfaufw ¿¡dud 'OqVt to 9nJ•»(!>.tin For Sale, Livestock ^ HEREFORD bulls for sale. Registered 2 yr. olds. Excellent working condition. Contact Keith or Phil Taylor. 6834474 or 683- 4759. FOR SALE: Holstein cow ready to calve. Call 842-5249. 2 BDRM. house, unfurn., M4 m i. So. of town. Adults. Phone 6834238 o r 2207. SMALL house. Phone 683-2945. 3 ROOM furn. apt. Call 683- 4291. TRAILER SPACES FR E E first m onth. One block from Parkview . 629 Thom sen. 683- 2291. FOR RENT: 3 C a ll 683-5541. bdrm . house. ROOM modern house natural gas. 683-2032. with ONE Bdrm. House, Call 683-2918. fenced yard. LARGE furn. apt., 23 E. Reeder. Phone 683-4748, newly redecorated. For Sole, Miscellaneous GLADIOLA bulbs & garden seed. Stephens Greenhouse, 508 Kentucky, Dillon, Mont. 1970 HONDA 6834283. 175 SL like new. BROOK or rainbow tro u t for private ponds. Phone 683- 2032. 1971 HONDA SL350 M otor Sport less than 200 m i. Call 683-4251. IRRIGATION dams — Canvas or polytuff. Any size made to order. Johnson Saddlery, 125 W. Bannack. TRAILER House axles with electric brakes. Call 683-2172. HAY for saie:' Phone 1967 DODGE Charger, excellent condition, 384 automatic, below book. Used Refrig., $35.00 Call 683-4737 after 5. 38 HEAD Hereford calves. 835-2785. cows with For Sale, Automobiles 1964 FORD Galaxie 500, 352 V8 engine, power steering, cruis-o- matic transmission, snow tires and rims/radio, 66,000 miles, Original owner. $750.00 938 So. Pacific. Call 683-2616. Aviation AVIATION -L e a r n to fly In a Cessna 172 - C h a rters • Dillon Flying Service 683-, 9969. _______________ CARD OF THANKS We would like to take this op­ portunity to thank the many friends and relatives for their cards, letters and telephone calls received while I Was hospitalized. Also special thanks for the many kindnesses shown to my wife Rhea. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Taylor Contraband Uncovered BUTTE (AP) — A large amount of contraband, including three sticks of dynamite and electric primers, were recovered Tuesday by Butte police. They said the articles were found in a hideout following a succession of burglaries involving four Butte youths. The boys, aged 14,15,16, and 18, are in custody. The three youngest are being held in county detention facilities for juveniles. The 18-year-old, listed as Terry Nix, was arraigned Tuesday in Justice Georgia Moran’s court. Two of the boys were picked up Monday by Detective Lt. Mickey Sullivan and Detective. John Gasper. Die dynamite and primers were taken from the Mountain Con Mine. Sullivan said one other stick of explosive and a primer had Been given to a Walkerville boy. The officer said he learned the dynamite was intended for use in blowing safes in a downtown jewelry store and a sporting goods place. R a q u e l W e lch Sa y s G o o d b y e H u s b a n d HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actress Raquel Welch and her producer- husband, Patrick Curtis, have parted a spokesman says. Curtis, 35, has left the couple’s Beverly Hills home but the Cur­ tises haven’t decided whether to divorce, the spokesman added Sunday. “There is obviously some kind of marital problem. Whether it is permanent or just a family squabble we don’t know yet,” said a friend. A N D T R U S T ANK C O M P A N Y m Brings you today's cattle markets DAILY TRIBUNE-EXAMINER WedneMby.Aprill4.mi ...... CrtICAÔO |A tS,Î7 « J S D A ) i r ’ Catti» 3,000; slaughter ¿sii prima 1,J7S,lt>i arai 4 35.00; ' 34.50; high cNolcá . 33.75- 34.75; dw(C*M0,1. 433.75- 33.75; oWpíW.r primó »50-1. WO Ibttai 5:33,30;- 3 and 4 33/33 grada 3 lo 4 32.0033 and commerci al cows '.It commercial bul|s Î5SO J6.1 ___ Sheep none; no roarKet laiìy ~ ..J!— higher; load yield grade 3 1,775-1,300 |M 1.100-1,350 lb» W d grade 2 to Qh choice and n yield grade 1,025 lb»' yield “ 31.25; utility utility and OFFICE space and larg e fenced yard in connection. Contact Vernon Nelson, 437 N. P a c ific, Dillon, Mont. APT. for rent. Call 683-5721, after six call 683-2947. - ONE trailer spot only. 3 Trailers with lawns. See at 520% N. Pacific, Call 683-2038. 2 BDRM. Trailer. Married couples only. 6834525. 3 BDRM. home with stove & refrig., fenced yard. $110.00 per mo. Reference required. Phone 683-2918. 2 BDRM. Trlr. Phone 683-2918. Halping ranchers is our principal buslnas«! - - 111 '\f .... SIO U X C IT Y (A P I ( U S D 7 W - Hogs 5,500; butchers under 270 tbs 25 lawgr. Instances 50 lower, U.5. 1-3 190-730 10» 16.50 16.75; sows under 500 lbs steady to 25 lower, Instances 50 lower, U.S. 13 3l0-5fl0 lbs 143015.25. Cattle 3,000; fully steady; Chile« 950 1.300 lb steers 32.0033.25; choice 575-1,075 lb heifers 31.50 32.25. Sheep 300; not established, ^ © M A H A I A P ) (U S D A I - Hogs (300; barrows araj guts staady to mostly 25 lower ; 170 heed 1-2 1W-335 lb 17.00; 1-3 lb 200-230 lb 1630-16.75; 230 250 lb 16.0016.50; 2 4 250325 lb 14,75-16.00; sows uneven; weights under 450 lb mostly steady; heavier weights steady to 25 lower; 375 650 lb 14,25-15.00. Cattle 5000; calves 75; steers 25 higher; hellers strong to 25 higher; cows strong to 25 higher; Instances 50 higher; pert load high choice and prime 1,150 lb steers 34.00; other . high choice and prime 1,100-1,200 lb 33.50 33.W; choice 975-1,275 lb 32.25 33.25; mixed good end choice 31.5032.25; good 26-50-31.50; high choice and prime 950-1,000 lb heltere 32.65-33.00; choice 650-1,025 lb 31.50-33.75; mixed good and choice 31.5031.75; good 27.00 30.50; utility end commercial cows 21.00-22.50; a tew utility 22.75; canner and cutter 18.00-21.00. Sheep ISO; spring lambs 25 higher; other classes not tested; choice and prime spring lambs 30.75. STATE BANK A N D T R U S T C O M P A N Y D E N V E R (AP) — Hogs 600; barrows end gilts25lower; U.S. l-22l0-230lbs 17.00-17.25; |. 3 200 240 lbs 16.50-17.00; 160-200 lbs 15.00-16.50; 2 4 240-260 lbs 16.00-16.75; SOWS steady, 13 300- 600 lbs 13.75 15.00. The bank that understands ranching Retirement Moving Guide Aids Retired Moving to a new retirement home can be a happy start to a new life if one exercises a little forethought and: mature follow- through, according to a new “ Retirement Moving Guide” published by th e ' American Association of Retired Persons and the National Retired Teachers Association. Recognizing that moving can be a physically and emotionally upsetting experience without careful planning, (he Guide outlines a step-by-step procedure — from finding the best mover to getting the gas turned, on in your new home — to make the process as painless as possible. Tips on estimates, liability limits and payment arrangements are included in the booklet along with a Mailing Service Promised WASHINGTON (Alj) - Post­ master General Winton, M. Blount said today the postal service will begin a program.April 22 under which air mail letters would be cities within a-600-roue radius. : Outlining what, he. ¡termed the first national seryice goal of the reorganized postal system, Blount said the promise to speed up air mail delivery marks “the first time the postal service has stuck its neck out like this.” A secondary goal is, to achieve second-day delivery of all air mail ' letters between most major cities ip the continental United States, Blount said. “We will begin implementing this unprecedented seryice goal by April 22 and, as we gain operating experience under this new program, 1 expect a successful performance rate of at least 95 per cent to be achieved by July,\ Blount said. He told a news conference that next-day delivery is now achieved for only 24 per cent of the 2.25 billion pieces of air mail sent each year. The price of an air mail stamp, now a dime, will go uptto, 11 cents when temporary postage rate increases become effective in mid- May. The postal service has not officially designatd a,,.date, but Blount and others have' spoken in terms of higher rates by May 16. Blount said the new gefds for air mail delivery are “tHe first of several major, definitive plans that we have on the drawing board for comprehensive service; im­ provements.” * Public W o r k m e n '• • , I 'ft , l H u n t Easte r E g g s TAMPA, Fla. (AP) Kids weren’t the only ones taking part in an Easter Egg hunt inthe park. After people complained about the stench from egg^the kids' overlooked, public-' workmen hunted, too—for the rotten eggs. . Beaverhead Gun Club: - Pr&C tic ¿Shooting .Every Sunday 10 A.M. 'Yearly dues $3.00 * ¡-.Membership \opeh^bvalTJp teresled ..then; W b rheh/irtd children..- $2>25 per. as bird round (lnclud# shells anditA rgta), - • - .... T lS lv iiL - \ .... - ........ ’IfSIililSsIf I TOYOTA Full Price $1998 ' 971 W o n .1. Whitewall tires. . 2. Full reding, seats '.3. Full wheel .covers .4. Nylon carpets .5. Full Row oil fflter .6. Disc brakels - .7. Bumper guards 1 (.8, Cigar lifter .9. 'E-speed wipers 10 . .Windshield .washers ill Sway b ar.' >12. Tinted g liu 13Fulltooikit Down Payment °\ly $552* per,month r 36 months b t t f r n d .balance payments at 199d.06;.»n- -- nual percent»»« rata l i I2.*2 oar cant. H o w a r d M o t o r s r l n c - ; •-4v..v) i •• • ... ■■ vv:i¡r. Ja c k : 683-2846 John- 6 |3 - ¿ 7 5 2 204 North,.Montana .683-4291 D illon , W e Serv/cei chart of average moving costs based on different distances. \Try to compare factors other than the lowest cost, though,” the Guide cautions, noting that the mover who impresses you as being the most helpful and realistic will probably be the most satisfactory carrier. The 20-page booklet also discusses insurance matters, especially house and automobile policies, which must be changed after a move. A handy checklist of medical and legal bureaus to call for assistance in securing new professional services is also in­ cluded. The “Retirement Moving Guide” is one of a series of “Better Retirement” booklets available free from AARP-NRTA, the nation’s largest organization committed to helping older Americans achieve retirement lives of independence, dignity and purpose. Members of AARP-NRTA receive a bi-monthly full-color magazine and benefit from such Association-sponsored programs as recommended group health, life and automobile insurance programs, a world-wide travel service, a mail-order prescription service, a temporary employment service and a continuing education programi'Mernbei'SHip dues are $2 p w t y m i ' - r 1 . ............ Free copies of the “Retirement Moving Guide” and full in­ formation about the Associations may be obtained by writing: AARP-NRTA, Fulfillment Dept., P.O. Box 199, Long Beach, California 90801. N e s t in g D o v e K e e p s C h u r c h Beils Silent OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - The bells at Fruitvale Presbyterian church have been silenced tem­ porarily. The Rev. Robert Dow Nicholson explained Monday that he discovered a gray dove is nesting in the bell tower of his church, and he didn't want to disturb her. On Easter, he said, the dove laid two eggs in her new home. The bells will be silent until the babies are hatched and can fly away, the minister reported. NEW YORK (AP) - Gains in blue chips kept the stock market somewhat buoyant today. Trading was moderately active. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was ahead 2.39 to 929.67. Gainers and losers were even among the issues traded, on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said profit taking ap­ peared limited. Some brokers said it was possible that an attempt to resume the market’s recent ad­ vance could develop. Westinghouse Electric, which reported a higher first-quarter net, was up 2% to 86% and contributing to the Dow Jones Industrial Average gain. In other blue chips, General Motors was ahead V* at 86%; Jersey Standard was up V 4 at 82; General Foods, up % at 41%; Chrysler, up % at 29%; and U.S. Steel, ahead 'A at 33%. - Airline stocks were higher. The Associated Press 60-stock average was up .3 to 324.1 at noon. Industrials were ahead .9, rails were down .2, and utilities were up .4. Noon prices on the Big Board included: Computer Sciences, down % at 15; Cooper Industries, down % at 35%; National General, up % at 24%; Fairchild Camera, down 1 at 39; General Cable, up % to 24; and Braniff Airways, up % at 11%. On the Amex, noon prices in­ cluded: Lafayette Radio, up 1% to 26%; Syntex, up 1% at 54; Okonite warrants, up 1 at 4%; Crestmont, up % at 8%; LingTemco-Vought warrants, up % at 6*A; Forest Laboratories, up % to 15%; and Asamera Oil, ahead % at 23%. B r e w e r y 's D e c ision C a u s in g H e a d a c h e s BUTTE (AP) — Lucky Brew­ eries’ decision to buy back all its bottles and cans has caused a king- sized headache for its Butte distributor, Bob Koprivica. Koprivica says that in the six days the plan has been in oper­ ation, he has bought back 88,000 cans and bottles — and his warehouse is swamped. He said about 95 per Cent of the cans and bottles are brought in by youngsters who are paid 24 cents per case for bottles and 12 cents per case for cans. Koprivica says he has paid out about $500 so far. Dillon, Montana _______ __Page7 C a s t r o Invited To M a y D a y Rally SANTIAGO, Chile (AP) - The newspaper La Tarde reports that Cuban Prime Minister Fidel Castro has been invited to take part in a mammoth May Day rally here May 1 as the personal guest of President Salvador Allende. The newspaper reported Monday that Castro, a friend of the Marxist Chilean president, will arrive April 27 and remain in Chile for five days. It said a public an­ nouncement of Castro’s visit is awaiting his acceptance of Allendc's invitation. Alter a four-year break, Chile and the Castro government re­ established diplomatic relations Nov. 12. Be irsvMktiir Law n M o w e r Sa le Was $129.95 104.95 109.95 Now $109.95 79.95 89.95 Self-Propelled Rotary Mower W a s $179.95 Now $149.95 In stock at Sears Spence Hegstad 39 N. Idaho, DiUon ph. 683-4293 Get hometown service from Sears AUCTION SALE S a t . A p r i l 1 7 t h Sale Starts 12:00 NOON Having Sold My Ranch Will Sail Th# following Mam* At futile Auction Location 16 Milos Wost of Divide or 1% Mil«* East of WI«o Rlvor Montana TRACTORS OTHER EQUIPMENT 1968 County Super Six Ford Tractor Diesel, 4 WD with Blade. 1967 Ford 3000 Gas Tractor 1100 Hrs. 2—1967 Ford 2000 Gas Tractors. Both Like New. 1967 IHC 404 Tractor (Reversed FarmHand F-U Loader) 1 — IHC B-275 Diesel Tractor with VEHICLES 1963 IHC Scout 1952 Chevy Truck 2 Ton 14 Ft. Stock Rack with Hoist 1965 IHC Pickup, 4-WD 1967 Double Track’ Skl-Doo FARM MACHINERY Rhino Winch Space Heater 2 — Cook Stoves Cement Mixer 2 — Meadow Brushers Air Compressor AC Arc Welder Press Drill Cycle Sharpener Electric Motors Anvil Acetylene Welder 70 Gal Gas Tank 2 — 300 gal.. Gas Tanks 7 — 55 Gal. Oil Drums Spray Outfit with 200 gal. Tank Homemade Ditcher Fence Posts Pole Gates Corral Poles 6 Ft. Seeder Drill 1500 lbs. Salt 100 gal. 2-4D Weed Spray Platform Scale 6 Horse Collars & .Harness 13 Bundles Asphalt Shingles Pearson Livestock Headgate Farm Hand 5 wheel Rake New Holland Baler Mbdel 66 1969 Ford Mower Model 515 McCormick Mower Model 100 2 — A.C. Mowers Rear Mounted 1 — IHC Mower No. 21 Shaver Post Driver A.C, 2 Bottom Plow 48\ Roto-Tiller Farm Hand Manure Spreader 24 Ft. Valley Hydraulic Dump Rake 12 Ft. IHC Grain Drill Beaver Slide Stacker . 18 Ft. Flat Bed Wagon Chevy Buck Rake LIVESTOCK Small Roller Mill Several Broke and Unbroke Horses i<iue many other smaller Itama too numarouMa Mention, (Lunch Will ba Sarvad) D o n M c G i n l o y O w n a r ’ Kan • Kart t atari V,'? , ' »•(• 2 — Livestock Squeeze Chutes 2 r - Cattle Oilers 1 Calf Branding Table 40 — R. R. Ties Fertilizer Spreader 5? m COIN COLLECTORS E X C L U S IVE a t ÍHUSKY] “vV\ IV\ & t m M different ,coin piverr with every purchase of elght OAHdns of more of Husky gasoline. Cbllect ’em all)

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