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ring spring back - cut the number of ment insurance 663 last week to the total of 9,343, nearly Cent below last year to Employment Administrator Fred good spurt of seasonal last week in con- FAMILY CARS '72 Fury Ill ....... $3495 V-- '72 Plymouth Valient ]old Duster ....... 2595 '70 Chev. Impala Blue-White . 2395 WAGONS '72 Chrysler T & C ...... 4995 '70 Dodge Monaco ....... 2195 - '69 Dodge Polara green ....... 1495 '68 American Motors - 6 pass. green. 595 '67 Chev. - Bel Aire yellow ...... 695 PICKUPS - '70 Dodge 3/4 ton - orange .... 2495 '70 Chev. 1A Ton ....... 260 '69 Chev. a/4 Ton ..... 2195 P '67 Dodge - tan ....... 995 "CHEAPIES" '66 Dodge Polara aroon ....... 595 - '66 aids 88 - air ...... 695 '65 Chrysler - tan .... 595 '65 Ford Custom ...... 595 '65 Pontiac rnans ....... 395 '61 Chev .... 195 '50 Plymouth .... 95 Cuts00Claims By 663 struction, agriculture, and in trade and service segments accounted for most of the decline, Barrett added. Worker shortages, common to this time of the year, are already developing, Barrett noted. The current list includes cooks, waitresses, service station attendants, auto mechanics, stenographers, and farm and ranch help. Miners from a struck mining firm in Idaho are moving to Butte for jobs, but there still is need for about 100 more ex- perienced hard rock miners there, Barrett .said. Building craftsmen were in short supply at Billings where a new cafe, five executive office buildings, a department store, expansion of three shopping centers, and record home building were part of the construction scene. Missoula is looking to the future with plans announced for three shopping centers, including a $12 million complex. Helena noted the start of two apartment buildings while a $2.6 million hospital is in the offing at Hamilton. The agenda at Kalispell included a $140,000 office remodeling project and 20 new homes. Hiring was up for highway projects near Dillon, Glendive, Livingston and Miles City. Logging was still down in most major areas due to the spring breakup. The closure of Forest Service roads in the Kalispell area caused 50 layoffs of woods workers. The picture was different at Polson and Thompson Falls where loggers were returning to jobs. Main street hiring increased in preparation for the spring upturn in business volume, and with the opening of new firms at Bozeman and Butte. Hiring at copper smelters and for the oil fields was not evident last week, A total of 7,655 unemployed workers received $352,756 Mona-Ch,00, FRANCES STEPPI,ER Mrs. Mike Fisher and Mrs. .Jack Hagen took part in the bowling tournament in Poplar, Sunday. Sunday callers at Mrs. Bertha Cornelia's were Mr. and We Lease  For te! Pick your car or truck and we'll lease it to you at rock-bottom cost. Come in and get the facts! ILEASING] LARSON MOTOR Sidney, Mommu Phone: 482-1810 under the regular state and federal unemployment in- surance programs last weekl Barrett reported. In addition, 158 Temporary Compensation claimants were paid $6,441. Claims were down in 21 areas last week: Great Falls, down 175 to 1,228; Missoula, down 117 to 1,030; Kalispell, down 76 to 987; Billings, down 38 to 1,278; I,ivingston, down 37 to 250; Butte, down 27 to 462; Poison, down 24 to 190; Havre, down 23 to 224; Sidney, down 20 to 131; Helena, down 19 to 487; Dillon, down 16 to 84; I,ibby, down 15 to {]06; Hamilton, down 14 to 230; Shelby, down 13 to 130; Glasgow, down 12 to 149; Wolf Point, down 11 to 199; Bozeman, down 9 to 402; Miles City hnd Thompson Falls, down 8 to 158 and 168; and Glendive, down 6 to 195. Moderate increases came from: Anaconda and lwistown, up 5 to 179 and 165. Upgraded Homes at Lower Prices Always FEATURING Chickasha Fine Homes Ckickosha - Superior - Blair House Invader - 12 and 1 4 W ides DOUBLE WIDES - ALSO - PICKUP CAMPER & TOPPERS Everett and Dave about Liberal Financing ley Creek News Mrs. Clyde Garten. Barbee Ruffatto and Robert Rauschendorfer worked on the Search which was held in Sidney over the weekend. Mrs. Johnny Ruffatto, Barbee, Janie and Mary, visited in Williston, Thursday. Weekend guests of Mary Ruffatto were Randa Neer, Poplar. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Ruf- fatto were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quinto Ruffatto, Sidney, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ruffatto drove to Williston, Friday. Friday callers at the Is Candee's were Effie Pentz, Don Handles and Mr. and Mrs. Irry Harris, Poplar. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny .Johnston and boys, Grandview, and Mr. and Mrs. I,arry Johnston and Sheen, Glendive, were Saturday callers at the Mcl Rauschendorfer home. Guests at the Is Candee's, Sunday, in honor of their granddaughter's, Jody and Jill Ia:lland's, birthdays were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Brunsvold, Medicine I,ake; Mr. and Mrs. Kcan Carln, Fairview; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Fisher, Cleta Candee and Mrs. Edgar Fisher, Sidney; Florence Candee, Poplar, and Mr. and Mrs. Rick I#elland, Sk.aar Route. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer drove to llillings, Monday. En route they visited Mr. and Mrs. Joe l)utton, Sand Springs, and from Billings they drove to Bozeman and visited their (laughter, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Dutton. Sunday callers at the Is Candee home were Mr. and Schlenz. The Womens Service Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Martin, Wednesday. Quilting was the work of the day. Present were I)rene Floyd, C, hristine Knote, I )retta Dowse and Brenda, Sidney; Petrea Martin and children and Myrtle l,owc, Fairview; Florence Spencer, Richland Homes, and Blanch Keller, Elmdale, and Mae Eldridge, Andes. C. V. Martin, Sidney, spent a few days at the home of his son, Harold Martin, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin attended the funeral of Jackie Wyness, Sidney, Thursday. Jackie was a sister of Mrs. l)onahl Martin, Great Falls, and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Goldsmith, Sid- ney. John Smart was elected trustee at the school election held in Mona, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cal Steppler and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin attended the talent show in Williston, Friday. Florence Spencer, Richland Homes, visited her brother, Bruce McCollom, Wednesday. Bert Steppler spent the weekend in Billings visiting his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Thomsen, Kevin Martin, Culbertson, accompanied him and they all drove to Red IzKlge over the weekend to do some skiing. The Mona- Elmdale fair board held a work meeting at the home of Harold Tolksdorf, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Helland and Mrs. Laura Golden, Culbertson, were Friday and B0nnavilla Shangra-La Mrs. Jack Hagen, south Poplar, visitors at the Charles Amestoy and Mr. and Mrs. l,aVon home, Elmdale. CAMPERS 1' I I1 LAST -A" WE A'E lid I/THOSE AWT:UL LITTLEI '  vou F'Rj " I / VEGETAi..ES lie RUNNER 13' 15' 17' 21 I,,,,o.L__ I j.=] RP-'PLACE SPARK PLUGS IUPLACE POINTS CE CONDENSER rPLACE PC VALVE Was Now SPRING TUNE-UP SPECIAL I [ STORE...BUT THIS YEAR | IT'S KEEN... Do Your Share For . ,,, Cleener Air!! :! mixture, engine timing, PCV valve operation and speed help reduce air pollution.., help the per- of your engine, too. I ,,./.., ; ,-LI cyl. 6 cyl. REPLACE FUEL FILTER ADJUST CARBURETOR SET TIMING Was 8 cyl. =381s Now PARTS AND LABOR INCLUDED! Conditioned equipped ears $2,00 extra labor.) -PLUS- ClmdIUoning Performance Cheek $73o 8 cyl. i', Offer Good Until April 30, 1973. i I I I -GREAT BARGAIN - 1 966 Mercury Comet 2 - door Hardtop 289 Cubic - inch V-8 Crulsematle Radio Excellent Rubber This Week s545 Larson Motor Co. 482-1810 East Main Sklney, Mont. I I I II II GEM CITY' Motor Co.. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, ont., Wed., April ;1,197a - IB ! liB Museum Building Pictured above is the future Richey Museum to be remodeled and decorated by the Richey Historical Society. The building as purchased from Ben Holzwarth, Richey, and will be used to house historical material from Richey - area families. Money was raised to purchase the building from various in- dividuals and businesses in the Richey Community. -- Kay Johnston Photo Local Salesmen Make Ford's Exclusive Club Three salesmen at Iarson Motor Co. Inc. of Sidney have been named members of Ford Division's exclusive 300 - 503 Club, an organization of top Ford salesmen. They are Earl O. Minser, Art Udlund and ary Torgerson. This is the 20th year Minser has been a member of the 300 - 500 Club, founded in 1950. "Simply to attain true sales success is a difficult task in itself," said William E. Numrich, Ford Division's Salt l,ake City district sales manager. "To continue making Clinic Dates Extended Here Due to the fact that many people (lid not understand or were unable to come in for their second Diphtheria - Tetanus and Polio shots last Friday, the Richland County Health I)cpartment is extending the Follow-Up Clinic for the next two Fridays from 1 to 4p.m. in the I,ibrary Basement. Also if you were unable to receive your Diabetic Screening at the first clinic held at the Elks l,odge in February and were told to come to, the Follow - Up clinic, please come at this time. If you have any questions, please call the Richland County Health l)epartment at 482-2207. This applies to* persons who attended the Savage, Fairview, lmbert and Elmdale clinics also. Lambert Club Plans Project The Imbert Hi-l,iters held their meeting April 2 at 3:30 p.m. in the multi-purpose room. Martha Rchbein, president, called the meeting to order. Roll call was parts of the body. The purpose of the meeting was to decide on another money making project. We decided on picking up litter in the ditches for one dollar a mile on April 11. Mrs. Marilyn Ike taught us bow to .quare dance. l,ori Mullin gave a health report on wearing correct shoes. l,isa Williams gave a demonstration on baking a cake and Tammy Vaira gave one on different kinds of sheep. ' At the May PTA meeting the Hi-lJters will have a style show and will also serve the lunch. Any One of these good used cars will TURN YOU :00ON! 1972 CHEVROLET Impala 4 dr. V8, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes, tilt steering. Air conditioning $320000" i 1970 OLDSMOBILE Delta 88 4 dr., automatic trans., power steering, )ower brakes. Ix)w mileage $1995 oo 1969 CHEVROLET Impala 2 dr. hardtop, green finish, 350 V8, full power, air conditioning *169500 1969 CHEVROLET ' Chevelle 4 dr., V8, three speed trans., Radio $129500 1967 OLDSMOBILE Vista Cruiser, station wagon, V8, automatic trans., power steering, power brakes s75000 1966 OLDSMOBILE Cutlass 4 dr., white with black vinyl roof, full power s59500 Take your-pick For =1 9500 1965 Dodge 1965 01ds. 88 1963 Dodge - 4 dr. 1961 Chevy - 4 dr. 1965 Buick CouPe. ' THOGERSEN MOTORS ; Sidney II II progress over 20 consecutive years is a most demanding achievement." Membership in the club was achieved through individual sales success in the 1972 calendar year. The I#arson Motor salesmen are among 155 in the Salt I,ake City sales district who will receive, awards at a dinner April 7 at the Rainbow Hotel in Great Falls. Numrich said purpose of the 300 - 500 Club is to recognize outstanding salesmen and to highlight automotive sales positions as "valuable service to the national economy and the local community." I SPORTY CARS 1970 Ford Mustang 2-door Hardtop, 289 - V-8 Cruisematic, New WW Tires, Bucket Seats SHARP A-I USED CAR karson Motor Co. 482-1810 East Main Sidney, Mont. I I Comfort & Economy 1973 CHEVROLET VEGAS Small Cars That are Great to Drive 1973 BUICK OPELS LOW-PRICED USED CARS S7500.d up 7 Price on Windshields Check our used car lot for specials on older units We just hove too many units to list iii ii i i Gem City Motor Co. Sidney 482-31 20