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Mansfield Calls For Applications Senator Mike Mansfield has announced that he is accepting applications from young men who wish to be considered for ls nominations to the U. S. Air Force Academy at Colorado Springs, the U. S. Merchant Marine Academy at Kings Point, the U S Military Academy at West Point and the [J S Naval Academy at An- .aaPolis for the classes entering In June 1974. The Civil Service Com- mission will conduct a com- Petitive designation ,amination on July 7, which hater Mansfield will use as the basis for selecting his nominees to the various academies. A make-up xamination will be scheduled In AUgust for candidates who are not able to take the July 7 t . Xaramation Those who do not take this examination in 1973 Under the Senator's a.uthorization will not be con- sltled for his appointments in lCh. 1'o be eligible for one of these Means Finishes Basic Training Navy Seaman Recruit Willard C. Means, son of Mr. l Mrs. Merlin W. Means of Sixth St. S.E., Sidney, raduated from recruit training at theNaval Training (nter at San Jiego. A 1972 traduate of Sidney or High School, he is :, 'neduled to report to Hospital t,orpsman "A;' School, San i JltO" tControl scours, he number one calf killer ...and at the same time pro- eCt Calves against pneumonia. se Bo-Bac Serum alone or With antibiotics, sulfas and O!her drugs to: provide imme- diate protection against OUrs and pneumonia; sup- Caused by shipping or as- sembling calves. 00IO-BAC SERUM See us for details.  t'JPh, Phone 482-1304 Sidney, Montana PEAVEY COMPANY ,,.oducer Service j appointments, an applicant must: be a citizen of the United States, be a legal resident of the State of Montana, be at least 17, but not more than 22, by July 1, 1974; be of good moral character, never have been married and have a good high school record, normally standing in the top 40 per cent of his high school class. Men who wish to compete for Senator Mansfield's ap- pointments should contact him no later than June 1, so arrangements can be made for the Civil Service examination in July. Further information pertaining to the academies will be sent to all applicants. Inquiries should be directed to Senator Mike Mansfield, Senate Office Building, Washington, D. C. 20510. SCHOOL MENU Sidney's school lunch menu was released this week for April 2-6. The menu is subject to change without notice. Monday, April 2 -- Ham- burger gravy, mashed potatoes, buttered corn, fruit, buttered bun and milk. Tuesday, April 3 -- Beans and weiners, slaw, pineapple upside clown cake, buttered bun anti milk. Wednesday, April 4 -- Hobo stew, celery and carrot sticks, buttered buns, jello with fruit, peanut butter cookies and milk. Thursday, April 5 -- Spanish rice, lettuce and apple salad, buttered bun, chocolate pud- ding and milk. Friday, April 6 -- Macaroni; and cheese, buttered peas, meat sandwich, banana cake and milk. Oraw Finishes Auction Schoo Officers and directors of the Western College of Aue- tioncering of Billings announce the raduation of Calvin J. Oraw of Sidney, at the com- pletion of the 1973 March term. Oraw has completed the intensified course of auc- tioneering, public speaking and sale management, and is qualified to conduct auction sales. Western College is a Nationally recognized auc- tioneer training center having raduates working in nearly every state anti all provinces of Canada. The auction method of selling has gained headway continually since Colonial Days anti today is accepted in all transactions of selling produce, livestock, merchandise, real estate, personal properties, in fact nearly everything has been, or can be sold at auction. The National Auctioneers Association, with officers in l,incoln, Neb., has a mem- bership of over two thousand auctioneers, with which Oraw is now affiliated. Art Class Display Members of Dale Lundby's oil painting class, displayed their work at an art show here March 20 - 25. The paintings climax two I0 - week sessions of work. Over 685 persons viewed the paintings during the show that was sponsored by the MonDak Historical and Arts Society. Ella Bee of Sidney painted the top five pictures and the bottom pictures were dope by Janice Williams, Sidney; Genette Salsbury, Enid, and Margaret Blair of Sidney. Don Mraehek Photo A Claim Drop Expected Unemployment claims are expected to drop by at least 4,000 in the next six weeks as the pace of seasonal job ex- pansion accelerates according to l,:mployment Security Ad- ministrator Fred Barrett. Claims were clown 517 last i week to a total of 10,448, in- I eluding 2,500 women, Barrett said. It was the largest weekly decline so far this year with 18 employment office areas reporting reductions in claim totals. Butte, Dillon, Thompson Falls anti Wolf Point reported slight increases. Claims under the regular state anti federal programs were nine per cent below the same 1972 week, Barrett added. Unemployment checks for state and federal claimants came to $398,418 last week, Barrett reported. In addition, 69 persons were paid a total of.$2,838 under the Temporary Compensation program which is 100 per cent federally financed. More jobs in building and highway construction highlighted labor market trends last week, Barrett reported. Major activity "included the start of a $9 million airport improvement project at Great Falls; a Glendive college ad- dition; work on highway projects at Helena, I,ivingston anti Sidney; and additions to the l,ibby Dam work force. Nearly all skilled building craftsmen at Billings are now at work. Plans are under way at Missoula for construction of two motels and two shopping centers. Building permits at Kalispell included a $60,000 cafe. Tips For Buying "Consumers are aware that meat prices have risen -- along with prices of virtually all consumer goods -- but may not always realize that they can economize on many meat items by demanding less con- vcnience, says Dr. Marty Marchello, meats specialist Harry's Plumbing Introduces... mmmm A New Septic Tank Pumping System - This new system can also pump automatic car wash systems and garage sumps. Harry Dombrosky is now operating in five counties including Dawson, Wibaux, McCone, Sheridan and Richland Other positive aspects in- cluded the recall of 30 Forest Service employes at Kalispell, the reopening of a livestock sales yerd at Dillon; and 25 more jobs for smelter workers at Anaconda anti Great Falls. There was good statewide demand for trade and service workers. At Butte, workers were being interviewed to staff a new restaurant and lounge. The Helena employment office staff started job development plans to assist more than 200 workers who will be without work when a major hospital closes. Farm labor supply and demand was in fairly good balance last week. Claim declines were 'in this order: I,ibby, down 104 to 901; Billings, down 89 to 1,456; Great Falls, down 59 to 1,456; Missoula, down 49 to 1,215; Glasg6w, down 30 to 163; Havre anti Miles City, down 29 to 238 anti 203; Helena, down 25 to 539; l)olson, down 24 to 232; Glen- (live, down 23 to 122; l,ivingston, down 22 to 275; Kalispell, down 14 to 1,114; Bozeman, down 12 to 389; I,ewistown, down 11 to 180; Hamilton, down 9 to 261; Shelby, down 8 to 152; Sidney, down 7 to 163; and Cut Bank, clown 6 to 167. Up temporarily were: Thompson Falls, up 22 to 193; Butte anti Dillon, up 4 to 526 and 108; anti Wolf Point, up 3 to 213. Anaconda, with 182 claims, did not change. Harry's Plumbing & Heating .Sidney 482-31 05 I I I [ I I I Meat with the North Dakota State University animal science department. Prices may vary con- siderably on the same meat item, depending on the amount of processing and packaging that has been done. The con- sumer has to pay the price for convenience items because of the labor and packaging costs, Marehello says. Whole chickens sell for about 10 cents per pound less than cut up chickens, for example. I,uncheon meats vary con- siderably. Put up in con- venience packages of 4 to 8 Twinklers Will Help At Drive The Twilight Twinklers 4-H meeting was hold at Kim Sunsted's March 26 at 7:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by the president, Kim Sunsted. We sang five songs. There were 16 members, two parents and one guest present. We will attend the White Cane Drive March 31. We decided to have a bake sale. The committee is: Connie Erickson, Vicki Christensen, I,isa Frounfelter, Shelly Price and Wendy Rounce. Vieki Christensen gave a demonstration on how to make a scissor holder. Then Shelly Amunrud gave a demon- stration on how to make a rocket salad. Rebecca Hunke gave a health tip on how to get ounces, prices may vary from $1.30 to $2.40 per pound. Bulk bologna sells for about 85 cents per pound, compared to the same bologna sliced and put up in convenience packages for $1.30 per pound. When shopping for meat, Marchello suggests planning menus for several meals or perhaps a week in advance. Watch for specials and buy them. Buy bulk quantities, then take them home and put them into individual packages to suit the family. Select proper meat for the kinds of meals planned and the type of cookery to be used. Avoid impulse buying. Meat is very valuable nutritionally, Marchello says, providing all the amino acids, or building blocks of protein, people require plus vitamins and minerals. Meat is really a bargain, especially for wise shoppers who pay only for the conveniences they really need. Barb Wangerud In UND Opera UND students from throughout North Dakota and from the states of Minnesota, Montana and Ohio, will be taking part in the UND Opera Companys forthcoming production of "Die Fleder- maus" by Johann Strauss Jr., the "Waltz King." "Die Fiedermaus," is the most popular operetta in stage history; with the gay and melodious tunes of Johann something out of the eye and Strauss Jr., and it is being Shelly. Price gave a health tip produced April 5 for a three- on how to take care of slivers, night run. Then we named some pictures Barbara Wangerud, Sidney, of meats and worked on our will be among those appearing record books, with the "Die Fledermaus" Rebecca Hunke, reporter chorus members. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., March 28, 1973 - 9B Richey Names Honor Students Students at Richey High School, who made the honor roll, were named this week by school officials. The following are students with a B average or better. Seniors -- Mary Brown, Audree Fatzinger and l,inda Huffman, 4.0; Chris Stokes, 3.8; Dave Svenvold and Roger Walker, 3.3; Penny Anderson and Debbi Waters, 3.2. Juniors -- Roberta Schultz, 3.8; Kendall Gunderson, 3.5; Cherie Anderson, Carol Hansen and Susy Keysor, 3.0; Rick Olson and Eileen Schultz, 2.8. Sophomores: l,enny Dick, Locol Item Houseguests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. I,. W. Fenske last weekend were their daughter, Mrs. Earl Peace, Bozeman; her (laughter, l,inda, and Marie l,indgren. Marie is from Y;tockholm, Sweden, and is spending the year in Bozeman as a high hool student under the American Field Service exchange program. She has made her home with the Peace family for the year. 4.0; Cedric Beese and Vickie Vaira, 3.8; Debble Eggert, Dan Miller and Patty Senner, 3.3; I,aDonna Benes, Nancy Huff- man, Vickie Johnston and Vickie Schultz, 3.0. Freshmen: Patty CoRer, 4.0; Brenda Boese, Diane Fat- zinger, Carla Waters and Shauna Whitmer, 3,5; Kathy Boje, 3.3; Scott Nissley and Dean Svenvold, 3.0. Anderson Helps Make Policies Oscar I,. Anderyon, board chairman - president of the Sidney National Bank, was a member of the resolutions committee (luring the 43rd annual convention of the In- dependent Bankers Association of America March 18 - 21 at the San Francisco Hilton. The committee drafted declarations of official positions upon banking anti financial subjects that will uide formulation of association policy during the coming year. More than 2,000 independent bankers and uests attended the convention. II iI I II I I I I II I I ' ] much ImSlmr I t From 4110 indies up to 18x24 Inches. Customized for yotor business 1 Durable Plastic - Indoor or Outdoor Magnetic Car Signs or Ave Sign= of all kinds 1 COME IN FOg tLTIMATt24 AND L(XHK OVI.'R OUR SAMPLES. QUICK I)EI,IVER'I' Sidney Plastic Signs i. st  .'4itly  ml s , I1. Jim. ,w *,  at rs ta2-27t m ta2.2to:l I II I I I I II I [I II I I I THINK OF ADVERTISING AS... . . Hiring an employee who could..., eonMct over 4,000 families each week and tell them about your merchandise? present himself neatly and precisely to the public? . . and work for exactly what you could afford to pay him? WE HA VE 00ihnrg 00leralh , L