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ads, news and printing call the Sidney Herald 06 or 482-2403 PIONEER AND ii00neg &apos;00erali00 OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF RICHLANO COUNTY "Montana's Top Award Winning Family Newspal)er'" t !=,'...,.,,..oo,.o..H.oo.o .=...,.o.*.o.,.-,...,..=...*. :i:i ::.:  :: :%%%%%%%%;;%;;<i;;::;;;::;;...;;;;;;;;;;::.;;:;;; No. i5 The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., April 11, 1973 Price: 15c In Mill Bond Issue Fails In School Election BY DONMRACHEK 24,300 square feet of additional parently going to call for a ot239 votes; I,eRoy Anderson, Herald Editor classroom and storage recount, who got 108 votes; and Betty facilities at the Senior High According to election of- Anne Steffan, who received 119 in the April 7 school School. Only 435 voters cast ficials, a canvas of the votes votes. here turned down a their ballots in favor of the will be held Monday night and A record 999 voters turned bond issue and a measure, then Mrs. Neff has five days to out for the Saturday election to Is apparently in the call for a recount. A court order pass the six mill levy to operate a position on the In the election for two per- will apparently be needed to the Sidney Senior High School hOard, sons for three-year terms on recount the votes, for another year. Unofficially, to unofficial the school board, Hu Other candidates running for 619 ballots were cast in favor of 558 persons voted Williamson was elected with the seats on the school board the mill levy and 466 were issue that was 414 votes, while Margaret Seitz from District 5 were Paul against it. to finance the con- received 296 votes. Ruth Neff Morasko, who received 161 A mill levy ()f 16 mills to of approximately rteived 295 votes and is ap- votes; Charles I,indberg, who operate the elementary schools here passed by a slight 122 votes. Voters turned in 555 Protests ballots in favor of the 16 mills, Elected to a one-year term on the school board from District 5 was Tom Balcer. Balcer received 486 votes in his suc_ er Bottleneck Riggins received 415 votes. In the outlying districts, with five of six dlstr|cts reporting, By RUSS WELI board, is students arriving the groups are having trouble Curtis Rassmussen is ahead of Herald Publisher early for school and boarding getting together, but will come Walter Buxbaum by 25 votes. woman appeared at the bus for home at 4:30 to 4:35. up with something. He added tLassmussen has 68 votes, while night School Board Dale Wilson, business that bus changes could Buxbaum has 43. to protest crowded manager, .said, "When the bus eliminate much of the problem. The $500,000 bond issue was at the Central routes begin next fall drivers A request by Roger Provost, apparently doomed before voting site during will be given arrival times. It is distributive education in- votes were even counted. Even annual school election now left up to them. It appears structor, to attend a national if all of the voters that turned to be slowly getting earlier and conference in Atlantic City was out for the election would have Aase commented on earlier. We plan to set up a approved. He was allowed $450 cast their ballots in favor of the at the voting regular arrival time." for the trip. Students who will issue, it would not have passed, center has been in operation for 24 years. asked if there was Wilson also said, "My be going IiU pay their own In order for a bond issue to "300" Game For Foster Foster said he has had nine strikes in a the vote could be run recommendation is we split up way. The board also cam- pass, there must be a voter row before but said the last three are the The hoard informed her the routes. It may cost $2,000 to mended the DECA chapter, turnout of at least 30 per cent of Ree Foster of Fairview holds the ball he received several cash prizes from local hardest. He said, "I couldn't even could be done $3,000 more." Ollie Caudill, Junior High the registered voters and if less rolled a perfect game with Thursday merchants and was the first bowler in the remember the last ball I threw Thursday election. A motion by Hu Williamson instructor, was also granted than 40 per cent of the night at the Sidney Bowling Center. history of the Sidney Bowling Center to night. I just threw' do'n the alley." s. Aase said several was approved that Wilson come permission to attend a special registered voters cast their Foster, in hitting the "300" game, roll a perfect game in league play. The --Don Mraehek Photo had to wait for long to thenextmzetingwitha mare education workshop, b allo'a 60 per cent majority of time before they complete and overall report on Mikelson gave a sunmaary of of those voting is needed to pass and that many busses and routes and that bids the State accreditation report, the issue. and mothers for the Houchen route be called He said allSidney schoois were According to 0fficials, 2,948 Junior AAU W00restlin00l not wait and went away for in the existing manner and granted accreditation. Cam- voters were registered in the polls without voting, for split routes for two buses, ments were given on the Junior District 5 and 269 in the a board mere- Mikeison reported that a new and Senior High Schools on Outlying Districts. With results he went back three law is in effect that allows counselor - student ratios that insofar, only 993 votes were q et Here Thursday finaUy waited over 40 existing satisfaetory routes to have tobe corrected by the1975 cast for and against the bond Oan_ u he could vote. be let without bids provided - 76 school year. issue. tard appeared sur- cost increases do not exceed at the crowded voting five per cent. and said there had The board also approved pay Fairview Voters a problem before at differentials for custodial A tkanquet honoring Sidney's visit to Sidney should be an and was an Olympic Medal Sidney youths who qualified 5's lone voting station, beads and Senior ligh School Junior AAU Wrestlers has been inspiration to all the local Winner in the 1972 games at for the National Tournament count showed that custodians. The reason given scheduled here April 12 at the Junior AAU wrestlers. Taylor Munich. are Mike Wood, Robin Ham- turned out of the for the differential was the Pass Mill Levies Sidney E]ks Club, according to has collected 255 wins, 101osses Paladichuksaidawardswil, mer, Jeff Miller, l,elandMiller, eligible. Supt. Harry extra duty required at the Jim Paladichuk, general and 1 draw in all of his years of be presented to the Junior AAU Rodney Hagen, Berkley new voting laws Senior High. chairman for he program, wrestling. He has never been wrestlers during the banquet Johnson, Brian Paladichuk, many more residents Representatives of Thiel Fairview voters passed both dheim, another candidate Highlighting the-banquet, defeated in college cam- and stressed that "the banquet Gary Olson, David Williams, to vote. Roofing appeared at the their mill levies and elected received 76 votes, which will get under way at 7 petition, is open to everyone." Tom Torgerson, Scott star- meeting to discuss roof leaks trustees at their April 7 school In Fairview's Outlying p.m., will be the NCAA He has a 56 - 0 record for the Tickets for the banquet will fanson, Troy Rowe, Gary routes, custodian pay over the kitchen area at the election. District 2, Aldo Zoanni was Heavyweight champion from 1972-73 season and earned the be on sale at the door. Adult Kling, Marry Miller and A. E. and roofing Senior High School. They Ed Agre received 102 votes running unopposed and Iowa State University, Chris record with 55 pins and one tickets will sell for $2, students Erickson. were discussed, pointed out that the problem and was elected to a three-year received l8 votes. District 3 had Taylor, Paladichuk said. decision. $1.50 and tickets for children The banquet and awards actions were taken and has been created because the term on the Fairview School not reported as of 10 a.m. He noted that the banquet is At 440 pounds, Taylor under 12 will be $1. The tickets night, climaxes several weeks held over to the May roof is not properly anchored. Board along with Francis Wednesday. for all Junior AAU Wrestlers, collected the NCAA include the cost of the dinner, of practice and work by the Costs were estimated a($6,900 Buxbaum, who received 91 their parents, fans and anyone Heavyweight Championship Paladichuk noted. Sidney Junior AAU Committee Houchen bus route to fix the existing crack and votes. A mill levy of 14/z mills for that is interested in the two years in a row. He was the Taylor's visit to Sidney will and wrestlers in preparation considerable discussion $9,520 to repair the whole wing. Results of the election are not the Fairview High School was program. National Junior College be sponsored by the Richland for the local, district and state The route is up The board decided to wait and official and no results of passed. Voters were in favor of Sidney placed third and Champion two years in a row National Bank. tournaments. again this year and check the budget for funds to do Outlying District 3 have been the levy by a margin of 139 for qualified 15 wrestlers for includes two bus the needed repairs, reported, and 66 against. National competition at the d Named Principal north and south of Senior High Principal Don Others running for the two The Elementary School mill State Junior AAU Wrestling WOO ! bids on the Kingery reported that the five District 13 posts were in- levy was set at 12 mills and Tournament atGreat Falls two run $4,000 over the Sidney principals have been cumbents Robert Johnson and passed 144-65. weeks ago.. The National ned route, according to working on various proposals larry Tveit. Johnson got 68 In Outlying District 3, Bert Tournament will be held in forchanginghonrschedulesso ballots castinhisfavorand Bidegaraywastheonlycan-MissoulaJune22-24. At Sidney High Sd?ool problem, reports the that all will conform. He said Tveit received 50. Orion Sun- didate seeking election. Paladichuk said that Taylor's .]ames Wood has been named mathematics courses for the has conducted workshops in Mood Set For Museum Meet Principal at Sidney scnior High University of Montana, math for the Montana School, replacing Donald B. Fastern Montana College, l)epartment of Public In- Kingery, who was appointed Northern Montana College and struction. Superintendent of Sidney's He is a member of and has By HELEN HANSON interested residents. In 1968 the fund drive. They would like to T. Reynold's Wholesale, Public Schools recently, held offices in the National The soft light of kerosene Riehey High School class of '78 give a special "thank you" to Glendive; Eggebrecht Farms, Wood has been associated Education Association, Man- lanterns and the eonfforting -- then in the third grade -- the following individuals and Richey; F. P. Blair, Billings; with the Sidney school since tana Education Association, warmth from a pot bellied invited same of these people to merchants who have con- Maude Marshall Chapter 102 1958 and has been a math Sidney Education Association Stove set the mood for the their classroom. The children tributed in the most recent OES, Richey; Yellowstone teacher for seven years and has and the Montana and National Richey Historical Society's asked that someone begin to drive for the mnseum building: Mere. Co.,Sidney; Mrs. Helen served the past eight years as a Mathematics Teachers first meeting in the building plan the museum. On Sept. 1, Percy Lawrence, Richey; Freeman, Glendive; Mid- math teacher and assistant Organization. that is to become the Richey 1970, the Richey Historical Kampshor's Radio and "IV, Rivers Telephone Co., Circle; Principal at the High School. Wood is presently president biUseura. Society held its first meeting. Glendive; Chrisafulli Pump Co. Clarence Steffan, Bloomfield; Wood's appointment was of the Sidney I,ions Club and is The building was recently Many locations and buildings Inc and Roman S. Zuroff, both Mrs. August Unruh, Richey; made Monday night at the currently serving on the board PUrchased from Ben Holz- haveheeneonsideredsineethat of Glendlve; Edna Yea, Mrs. Marie MacDonald, regular meeting of theSidney of the Sidney Chamber of Wart&, Riehey. Plans are to first meeting. I,ast March 13 Richey; Nile Walker, Billings; Glendive; Charlie Miller, School Board. Coheres, the City - County create displays which will the Holzwarth building was Chad's Inc., Sidney; Arden F. Richey, and Everett Hill, He received his Bachelor of Planning Board and the represent families and in- decided on and was purchased. Blair, Billings; Triangle Nite Bloomfield. Arts degree at Valley City State Richland County Draft Board. dividuals important to Riehey's Now the work begins. Club, Sidney; Glendive Coca - (North Dakota) Teacher's Kingery was appointed to development. Cola Bottling Co., Duane N. Watch for future articles College and his Master of Arts replace Harry F. Mikeison, The museum has been a long Mexahers of the society would Blair, Eugene, Ore.; Buttrey's acknowledging other donations degree at the University of who resigned his position as tie in the mill. It has been like to thank all those who have Foods, Glendive; VFW and for news of our progress on Montana in Missoula. Superintendent of Sidney's discussed for years by many given so generously to each Auxiliary Post 7887, Richey; F. the museum. Wood has instructed James Wood Schools effective July 1. m'$ L WEAR RENTALS Latest Styls and Colors 2 Weeks Reservation Requked Phene: 482-1405 AAU Wrestling Banquet I Thurs., April 12 Public Invited 7 p.m.- Elks Club ) Sidney Cleaners Sa.,00on00= and Laundry "Your Semitone Certified MaKer Dry Cleaner"