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May 5, 1971

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AWARDS  l   HAPPY MAY 10 Ill l. I l l l l I  MOTHER'S DAY i 'R HIGH lllF v' .-  .... MAY9 ...... '. PIONEER AN:h :i:Mn!!ta!e !E:!MSW':%:.g/VEd! ' I; ND T i . ' " ght" ' Price15c' , v . Buet, , Athletes N i h Planned M y 10 bow shooting dersheriff Aron Schmierer. ...... Irrows or a in the hands enticement Bow- viii Scores will be shot at a stand- ard 50-foot pistol range, with both archers and law officers : using the standard indoor pistol targets. :i Spectators will be allowed to wimess the event according to a representative from the Bow- at the Na- hunters Club. at 3p.m. to the ,SSion Will be 00ferings Sidney Man Dead, all funds s Another Missing One Sidney man was killed and Mrs. and another is missing as the re- result of a one - car accident late Saturday night on U. S. a fund has 12 about 23 miles south of Mis- the fain- soul and Dead is Bradley G. Adams, 21, and missing is Scott Gor- the Bul- der, 19. top arch- Missoula County Sheriff' s coun,s authorities said the car with :amongthe four passengers apparently went out of control, left the in the road and ended up in Lolo Creek, Germ which is in flood stage. Got- The other victim is Dennis Maler, 21, of Missoula. Kenneth and Mienke, 27, also a passenger in the car, was hospitalized in serious condition in a Missoula hospital. and Jack Adams' body was found about three miles from the accident De- scene by Search and Rescue members Sunday morning. and Game The search for Gorder is still Sheriff under way. Racing to ht July 4th will in ck Rass- the Sidney July 4 another on getun- ,For ;nnent sen, Sid- der way at 12:30 p.m. and at Monday's parade, awards and trophies will be presented, Rassmussen said. Western events are being planned by the Saddle Club to take place between races at the fairgrounds on both days. Events under consideration are a wild horse scramble, a wild cow - milking contest, pony races and Saddle Club enter- tainment, the club president said. Concessions will also be fea- tured at the fairgrounds during the celebration and Rassmussen urges all organizations orlmsi- nesses wishing tooperate acon- cession to contact him. Rassmussen noted that plans are being made to have the FOR MOTHER - Two crocus bouquets, picked with care and love, are proudly presented by their bearers to mother. Received with gratitude, the delicate flowers become a treasured gift, symbolic of the loving Two top Montana coaches will be the featured speakers at the 1971 Richland County Athletes of the Year Awards Program slated May 10 at 7:30 p.m. at the Junior High School Audi- torium here, according to Loren Sax, Chairman of the commun- ity Affairs Council oftbeSldney Chamber of Commerce, Ray Dodds, basketball coach from the College of GreatFalis, and Bob Riley, head football coach at Montana TechinButte, will speak to the county ath- letes. Both Dodds and Riley were National ssociation of Inter- collegiate .thletic District Coaches of the Year during the past basketball and football sea- soils. Dodds began his coaching ca- reer in Broadusin 1951and then moved to Sumatra, Culhertson, Big Timber, Sidney, Great Falls and the College of Great Falls respectively. He has been at the College Great Falls for the past four years and coached his team to a spot in the National NAIA Tournament this season. Riley is Monana Tech's ath- letic director and head coach of the 1970 Frontier Conference champions, the Montana Tech Orediggers who recently signed four Sidney seniors toplay fno- .ball for the team next season. Riley led the Orediggers to their first football champion- ship in the history nf the col- ege and was named NAIA Area I Coach of the Year. The selec- tion was made over outstanding recognition all mothers will receive on May 9. Sunday is Mother's Day. These small hands remembered. How about you? -Herald Photo Jaycee Relays Scheduled Here Top athletes from western North Dakota and eastern Mon- tana are scheduled to take part in the second annual Sidney Jay- cee Relays at Swanson Field here May 8, according to Dave Taylor, publicity chairman for the event. The track meet willgetunder way at 8 a.m. with five North Dakota and 35 Montana teams participating. According to Taylor, the meet is the largest planned in Men- tram, Events will include all track competition for ontor meets. Bob Ry coaches from Idaho, Washig- ton, Oregon, Hawaii, Alaska, Nevada, California, Wy, Montana, British Columbia, Al- berta and Saskatchewan. The Community Affairs Cou cll of the chamber is smsr. ig the athletes prcgrum which is smed to 1 l==s (C=mwa u Is !) i i Memorial Services Memorial services for 20 - year - old Brian Wilson, s of Sidney Herald Publisher Jackie Anderson, will he held at 3 p.m. May 6 at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church on East Main here. Wilson, along with six companions, were listed as "lost at sea" by U. S. coast Guard officials after they failed to return from a short sail boat cruise April 14 in Puget Sound near Tacoma, Wash. Intensified searching in the Puget Sound area and con- necting waterways failed to reveal an evidence of the missing 22-foot sailboat and its crew. The Reverands Arnold Brown, Burton Bundy, Dwight Harshman and Jim Escbenbrenner, pastors from Sidney churches, will be conducting the services. The services will he open to the public. ii $100 was re- compen. last races move as quickly as pos- a sible and he estimates there un- will be a race every 30 minutes. ac- Committees aud members for the celebration include: Racing- Ole Grinolds and CliffKallevig; Parade - Bill Olson and Ray Miller; Grandstand Activities - Clayton Laurdsen and Gib Light- field; Publicity and Advertising- Jack Rassmussen and Dale the Lundby; Wagon Train - Wagon Train Club, Everett Goldsmith, a president; and Team Tying Events - Chuck Thompson. Formed for Development gOVern. arid Pri- in lo- and Har- Members of the council will include public andprivate or- ef- ganizations and individuals of the county interested in the ob- o jective and purpose s of the conr- As- cil. The council will meet four times a year unless special circumstances warrant addi- tional meetings. Ideas of the council will he dis- cussed at the Development As- sociation' s next meeting on May 19 at8p.m, atthe Lalonde Hotel. Members of the association are urged to attend and bring ideas for discussion tothe meet, Harris said. Mayor Harris Takes Over For a short time, Sidney's city council meeting Monday night was chaired by two may- ors. Outgoing Mayor, O. L. Ander- son, conducted the foregoing portion of the regular session through the oaths of office ad- ministered by city attorney, Paul Cresap. Following the oaths, Sidney's new Mayor, Bruce Harris, ac- cepted the gavel and name plate from the outgoing mayor. Mayor Harris then chaired his first council meeting. Some 25 guests and friends attended the installation of the new mayor and two new alder- men, Howard Martini and Knut Hoversten. Coffee and cake were served in the adjoining rooms honoring outgoing Mayor O. L. Anderson, as the council conducteditsrnu- tine business. Among the guests attending the installation meeting were former mayor, Curt BalL Rev. Arnold Brown, pastor of the P e o p 1 e ' s Congregational Church, led the group in a pre- installation prayer. The coun- cil, represented by the new mayor, presented Anderson with gifts of appreciation prior to conducting their regular meeting. The council discussed the pregress of the new land fill which will replace the present city garbage dump. Direct of Public Works, Harold Mercer, told the council the land fill operation is proceeding slowly due to many factors related to Car Follows Man Into Store Here Peter Nordaune, 67, Sidney, was fined in police court this week because his car followed him in a store. Nordaune parked his car/but left it running, in front of Rus- seli's Market on East Main. He was in the store for about 15 minutes when the car smash- ed through the front of the mar- ket. According to the police re- port, vibration evidently caused the transmission to slide into gear and the car jumped the curb and hit the store front. Two large plate glass win- dows, a beam between the win- dows and several items on shelves in the store were brok- en when the car bitthebuilding. Nordaune was charged with leaving a vehicle unattended and paid a $35 fine. engineering and final planning. But Mercer said the land fill work is proceeding and the old garbage dump is being syste- matically covered up. City streets, suffering from spring break up, are in for a face lifting. Plans to fill holes throughout the city streets were discussed by council members and Mercer said, "Operation Patch" will begin shortly. Mercer also complimented city residents for using contain- ers to dispose of lawn cuttings, leaves, etc. The city's sanita- tion department has had e problem this spring dispo of lawn cuttings since most resi- dents have cooperated by using the container method. Mercer reminded the cbuncil that the sanitation department will not collect loose piles of lawn cuttings. Banquet Set to Install Officers The Fairview Jaycees and Jayceens will install their of. ricers at a joint banquet May 8 at the Jaycee Clubroom in Fair- view. The banquet will begin with a social hour at 6:30 p.m. fol- lowed by a dinner at 7:30 p.m. NEW MAYOR - Outgoing Mayor, O. L. Anderson presented the gavel and name plate to Sidney's new Mayor, Bruce Harris Monday night. The city council con- ducted its regular meeting complete with new mayor and two new aldermen, Howard Martini and Knut Hoversten. The installation ceremony preceded the regular council meeting. Some 25 persons attended the event. Delivery 1405 Flags of r Flags for Memorial Day Parade may be left at Montana State Employment Office with Gene Severson ] Sidney Clean, .,to.e and Laundry "Your Sanitone Certified Master Dry Clemers" , i