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i i j]!/j i!(i i !(i{i !ill! }! !  i}iil](i /i I! (i!}J/J!)i i!i! }:y: ii (j /}<L?  .... /j!iiii!/ The Sidney Herand, Sidney, Mont. t Wednesday t February 17, 1971-11 eech Club Summer Session Set N o tes a n d Q uo t es At Training Center m00mo.z. L" e Sidney Sen- Mike Mclntosh second im-  has announced that their 1971 dren will come to the Center :n SPeech Club traveled promptu. ' '  Summer Session wilt be in op- each morning and go home each Llve to attend an invi_sPeech meet With com- thirdBb d Wilson,ba Tim Becker, . ' ._ .  ',    eration from June 20 toJuly 30. evening from Monday through , amo 1 " " , e te. i Applications are now being ac- Friday. The Center can accom- "g 1 other schools Jerry Cornelia, PaulaMesch- tmdConret,h .. ke, third, humorous duo acting, ii cepted for the program and in- modate 32 resident children that formation may be obtained by will be brought to the Center on --- ,nooi Kay French third e osi- writing Eastmont Training Cen- Sunday afternoon and picked up .Drama sweepstakes. ,,,.,, , , xp  -- "'= Walked " " 'J"  !i ter, P. O. Box 1383, Glendive, the following Friday. rs in tho Off m. th the Cynthia Zadow, third, origin- Mont., 59330. Date of applica- H- --- .peecn cam- al oratory ,mey entered 14 contes- Tim au fifth serious  tion will be a consideration in  and When the - .... e - , " , " solo The summer program will be the students admission. How to ..... gur s for acti,, ,,ure tabulated, 10 of the "" Bi " " " Placed i .... Jody era, fifth, impromptu.  designed to accommodate both make Phces ,,, co.mpe. tion. Incidentially, *  , , tatar hOlders Neff, first, boys ex- first, original ESchenbrenner, first, this is Jim E schenbrenner' s third first place win in a row. The next speech meet that is planned for the Sidney Senior High Speech Club is on March 13 in Jordan. Then on March 26 and 27 dis- trict will be held in Sidney. . I Senior Citizens News t LEN PETRIK Senior Citizens Moose raernber s present. catered by Rus- served ev. Pella Luther- Sle on "Fellow- Rev. and Mrs. Ar- of the People's Church were al- Torn Hack- music. Those having February birth- days were honored and Mrs. Ada McMillen and Mrs. Elsie Grow were presented with gifts. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Ben Hubley and A1 Clifford. High scores for whist were won by Mrs. Ralph Blair, Mrs Gall Sawyer and Carl Holm. The Senior Citizens will meet Thursday, Feb. 18, at 2 p.m. at the Moose Hall. Raymond Ruf- fatto will show his pictures of Europe and South America. Producers Annual Meet of the will at the Culbert- Prairie Room :30 p.m. Named Ork Choir a freshman :olleg% York, selected as a ewly organized isthe Clifford ew, Choir will trav- el" the college clubs, corn- area high The business meeting will include election of new direc- tors and officers and program planning for the year. The program will be onwater problems and will include a film entitled "Flaming Water." It will be presented by Bill Leisi who is with Tripple "F" Feeds Company. The ladies are invited as the Porkettes will also have their annual meeting to elect officers and plan their program for the year. Three directorships are up for election this year and one associate directorship. Those now holding the posts are: Directors: Harry Swank Jr., Robert Richardson and Ed Smith. Associate director is Robert Kane r NOTICE ! W ocld_ing Anniversary Celebration for O: ""o MRS. LEWIS J. VERHASSELT o.., Feb. 28- 2 to 5 p.m. Richland National Hospitality Room All friends and relatives invited SWEEPSTAKES WINNERS - The Sidney Speech and Drama Club had a most successful day at the Glendive Invitational Meet held Saturday. The Sidney Speech Club walked off with the Sweepstakes trophy and three First Place trophies. Ten of Sidney's 14 con- testants placed in the competition. Speech Club teacher, Constance Wamsley, is holding the large Sweepstakes trophy. Indt,s00'ry ,00knd The Environment By ROBERT E. MILLER Montana Press Association How to allow industry to de- velop in Montana and still retain some control over the environ- ment is a question which has not yet been solved by the Montana legislature, which has been struggling over the issue almost since the beginning of the ses- sion. The question at one point is centered on the coal industry of eastern Montana. At least two bills are being discussed which would tax coal as it is extracted. Others relating to restoration of the ground after mining have not reached final stage s. One bill proposes that the coal be taxed 12 cents a ton. Another would fix the tax at from four to 10 cents a ton, depending upon the heat ratiug of the fuel. Sponsors of the bills point out that while Montana has vast tonnages of coal, the supplies are not unlimited, it will grow more valuable as time goes on, 3 IT'S MINE - Two Junior Varsity Eagles, Doug Lang, 34, and Rocky Norby, 30, battled for the ball while pulling down a rebound, as a confused looking Glas- gow player looks on during the close 49-47 Junior Var- sity victory here Friday. Power disc brakes standard on size Chevy pickups. Super Suspension, the one with the wider stance. Chevy smooths out roads with girder-coil independent front suspen- sion. (Some other pickups try to do ib with stiff I-beams.) And Chevy's stable ride stems from its wider stance. In the rear, two-stage leaf springs are standard on Longhorn and 1-ton models. And available on -ton models. that you Other makes charge don't eveq stop. What's front disc the effects of water. @ r for the A Chew stays on the job longer[too. Here's proof. A superior ride is one of the reasons why Chevy pickups are consistently more durable. The chart below, based on the latest official figures from R. L. Polk & Co., shows how Chevrolets outlast other trucks. Going back as far as 1955, for example, over 56% of the Chevrolets of that model year are still on the job. No competitive make has as many as half of its '55 models still working. Show up for the Truck Value Showdown now at your Chevy dealer's. __ e4 -17 "u "5 , i  ';002j .1 od*l y. ! k Pk & c,, don't come Our 400 V8 that's choose a ard. All are regular 00ruck lntermuntain Value Showdown to mine it without a severance tax would dissipate a resource without benefit to the state or its taxpayers On the other hand, mining companies have testified that the price of coal is marginal, that the Dakotas alsohave large supplies, that Montana coal is highly competitive with that of Wyoming, and that any tax would seriously hamper a growing in- dustry. Another bill which was aimed at requiring hard rock miners to restore the land on which they operate has been amended to be made less objectionable to industry. The author, Rep. Harrison Fgg, Billings says that he hopes to restore some of the teeth inthe measure when it gets to the senate. Bills which would have allow- against anyone believed to be degrading the environment, have been killed. These were vigorously opposed by industry and agriculture, both of which said they were for the purpose of harassment There are also two views about the use of water in Mon- tana also the subject of several trainable and educable students between the ages of 6 and 17. The session will be recreation oriented but will still offer a well-rounded program in physi- cal education, academics, home living and social awareness. A Day Care and Residential Program will be offered to the proposed pieces of legislation. One is that Montana water which is not put to beneficial use flows out of the state to be used downstream by others, who thus gain a vested interestinit. Another is that recreation is a beneficial use and that some streams in the state should he left untouched for the enjoy- ment of the people. Whefler the Fish and Game Department or the Montana Water Resourc- es Board should be given pri- mary responsibility for control of the use of streams is an is- Rev. Hansen to Speak at Church The Rev. Donald T. Hansen is the scheduled guest speaker at Pella Lutheran's Evangelis- tic Services Feb. 28 through March 3. The services, led by Rev. Hansen will begin each evening at 7:30 p.m. He will also con- duct the Sunday worship serv- ices at 8:15 and 10:15 a.m. On Monday afternoon at 2 p.m., he will speak to the Golden Band, and on Wednesday at 2p.m. will conduct the Bible study for the Pella Lutheran Church Women, Rev. Hansen is the Assistant Director of the Commission on Evangelism of the American Lutheran Church. Rev Hansen is a former res- ident of Sidney, having lived here when his father, Rev. Hen- ry Hansen, served as pastor of mothers' milk even better: Feed "30-30" Calving Cubes 30 days before calving and 30 days after calving. Protect your cows against lmeumo- nia, stress and scours. Register to win a 30-30. Now: Peavey pre-calving custom cubes...a formula to suit your grain. 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