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Clean-up - N exf W eek and residents in the city May 14 as ets Under way, chairman John f0r the clean-up i entrance to the 3 P.m. where areas to Senior With the organization [dney up aeet atthe fair- to II has been ap- recreation Ath- who recent- Concordia Minn., term iv running pro- of Projects Club to be this fall, of the to get lrticipat. Prngram Ster in the Anan- tinted and t Inade in Citizens on Hail. meeting. on the topic attended went Lund. Tres- Bertha 'Sses foa, !e Welcome to Each business establishment in Sidney will be asked to pro- vide one employe to help With the clean-up, Kelly added. If cooperation from area re si- dents is obtained the clean-up should be completed in about two hours. Last year, Sidney Jaycees and volunteers picked up 15 truck-loads of litter and gar- bage, which was hauled to the city dumpgrounds. Over 100 persons took part in lastyear's campaign. The highway department, the city of Sidney and Richland County will furnish trucks to haul garbage to the dump- grounds and a free lunch of hot does and Pepsi will be available at Central Park for persons tak- ing part in the campaign. Over 450 hot does and buns and several gallons of Pepsi were consumed by hungry par- ticipants in last year's clean- up. Keenagers Plan Meeting Tuesday An invitation is extended to all senior citizens to meet with the Keenagers at the Christian and Missionary Alliance Church E. Main and Third, every Tues- day afternoon in the fellowship room. The afternoon is designed to give each Keenager time to do what he or she may wish to do -- talk, sew, play games, or work on a craft project. Re- freshments are served each week. More information c an be gain- ed by phone to the Eastern Montana Action office in the Courthouse. Fish Fry Slated At Fishing Club A fish fry for members and guests of the Fairview Fishing Club has been scheduled for May 9 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the club house, three miles south of Fairview. Sponsor of the fish fry isDan Dauielson and ladies are urged to bring a salad. Safety Courses Sidney Police Officer Gale Pust, is conducting safety in- struction at Sidney grade schools this week, according to Police Chief Johnny Scbmitt. Students are receiving in- struction in bicycle safety and traffic safety one day at each school this week. sin in tim O{the attend, 4-H Club Slated To Sell Cards The Breezy Flats Lads and Lassies will be selling special Mother's Day cards at the Mad- ann's Hardware Store inSavnge this week. HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS GET RESULTS! Funeral Home Cloyd-Gorder Clmpel" Homer Gorder Health Needs of na & Western North Dakota Families Since 1909 Friendly Drug Store Sidney, Montana and most modern Drug Store in or Western North Dakota ASKING . . BUDDY POPPY - V. F. W. members prepare Buddy Poppy wreaths to sell during their campaign May 8. PrJceeds from the sale to toward needy and disabled vet- erans. Pictured from left are Glen Vanderhoof, Joyce Partin, Barbara Sanderson, Chairman Lucy Fisher, Marvin Schultz and Doris Dore. tAore Competition From Canada Canada has revamped its wheat standards to become more competitive in world trade. Adopting new wheat standards and grades that in- elude protein content is consid- ered a method that could allow Canada to increase overseas sales and possibly make in- roads into traditional U. S. Mar- kets, reports Hugh J. McDon- ald, Extension grain marketing specialist at North Dakota State University. In the past, Canada has had no way of guaranteeing protein content. McDonald explains. Their new system of grades and standards is designed to put Canada in a better competitive >.:w:;!; Stat,st,cs ] BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Harold Etzel, Savage, girl, April 27, 7 lbs. 141/2 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. John Ikea, Sidney, girl, April 28, 7 lbs. 133 ozs. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cort- ner, Sidney, girl, April 28, 8 Ibs. Mr. and Mrs. James Thies- sen, Lambert, boy, May 3, 8 Ibs. 9 ozs. MARRIAGE LICENSE None WEATHER Date Max. Min. Precip. April 27 41 32 .14 April 28 52 24 .00 April 29 63 30 tr. April 30 53 32 .00 May 1 59 28 .00 May 2 71 35 .00 May 3 72 38 .00 Total precipitation sofar this year is 2.65. Average is 2.54. Refuse Sidney Bid on Tourney Sidney's bid for the 1972 Eastern Class "C" Divisional Basketball Tournament was re- jected by the Montana High Scho Associationrecently, ac- cording to Calvin Oraw, xeeur ti vice president of the Sidney Chamber of Commerce. In a letter to High School Principal Donald B. Kingery, the association explained that the tournament wa again re- warded to Glasgow because of several recommendations from Class "C" schools in the Eastern Division, suggesting that the tournament be returned to Glasgow for another season. The association also explain- ed that Glasgow is inore cen- t.rally located for schools inthe division. Oraw said a bid would be sub- mitted to the association for the Class "A" Wrestling Tourna- ment sometime, before June. sembles at the DistrictMusic Festival in Glendive will be featured at the High School's Spring Concert May 12 at 7:30 p.m. in the Senior High School Gym. The hand and choir of the high school will also perform selections featured on their Canadian Tour May 3, 4 and 5. The concert will be the last for the 1971 graduating musici- ans and the senior vocal and band award will be presented during the Performance. Director of the choir is Don Gratz and Howard Hunke is di- rector of the band. and County Taxpayers the Richland County Fairground Facil'ies be utilized year-round? [] YES [] NO position with the U. S. The U. S. has had a system of mar- keting on protein specifications for nearly 50 years. Argentina is the only otimr exporter of quality wheat that does not market hard wheats by protein. With Austrialian and Russian wheat, proteincon-, tent is used to identify the grade at a single stated level and is announced annualll{,to corres- pond with changes in the crops. The act that provides for the new wheat standards andgrades creates a Canadian Grain Com- mission, which will have the re- sponsibility of establishing and enforcing the new standards through an Eastern Standards Committee and aWesternStand- ards Committee. The function of the commit- tees is to select andrecommend to the Commission samples of each grade of grain torepresent as accurately as possible the CARD OF THANKS I :: CARD OF THANKS Thanks to Dr. Danner andthe nurses for the wonderful care while I was in the hospital. Also to those who sent cards andflow- ers. Alvin Lobdell ; Executive Committe Sidney Chamber of Montana 59270 CARD OF THANKS The Junior and Senior classes of Sidney Senior High School wish to express their thanks to the Center Theater for the show and the Sidney Jaycees for the breakfast following the prom. We also thank the Valley Hard- ware for the loanof some eqoip- ment. We appreciate the help and cooperation of all those that helped make our 1971prom a success. Junior and Senior Classes Spring Concert CARD OF THANKS Planned May 1an2 e We wishtoexpressourthanks to Dr. Hyde and the nurses at the Award winning solos n- hospital and to the maw friends and relatives for the help and comfort shown us during the sudden illness and loss of our loved one. Jack Spithoven Don Herig stad Marian and Landin Bergstedt and sons CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- cere thank you to our relatives, neighbors and friends who at- tended our silver wedding an- niversary party held atthe VFW Club in Sidney this past Satur- day evening. Special thanks for the gifts and cards received and to the women who furnished lunch and helped in the kitchen. This has made it the most me- morable occasion for us. Arnold and Dora Skoeen CARD OF THANKS During the five weeks that David was in the University Hospital in Seattle, Wash., he received letters, cards andgifts from Sidney Herald Readers in this area as well as many other states. We are deeply grateful to these people who have demon- strated again that love is still the greatest thing in all the world! Their prayer gave David the courage to face each surgery with faith inGod. David would like to answer eachletter personally, but we trust that you will accept this thank you as an expressiou of our gratitude. God gave us a verse of .scriP- ture for these difficultdaysthat we would like to share with our friends. It is found in Nahum 1:7, "The Lord is good, a strpnghold in the day of trou- ble; and he knoweth them that trust in him." DorothY and Bob McGinnis and family minimum of that grade, notify the Commission of names and specifications for other grades that should be established for a crop year and select and rec- ommend to the Commission samples and grades of wheat according to protein classifica- tion for Canadian Western Red Spring Wheat and Western Am- ber Durum. "This action by the Canadians should be fair warning to the U. S. that we are going to face increased competition for our share of the world market," McDonald says. Sidney Receives Air Mail Service Postmaster E. W. Page today announced that air mail con- nections will be made with Fron- tier Airlines Flight 221 leaving Sidney at 1:17 p.m. The connection of air mail started May 3. The dispatch will close atthe post office at 12:40p.m. Mon- day through Fries and there will be no connections on Sat- urdays, Sundays or holidays. Customers desiring to have air mail dispatched on this flight must have the mail in the post office before 12:40 p.m. City' Fines Sandra H. Scheetz, 24, Sidney, $20 fine for stop sign violation. Thomas L. Henderson, 23, Sidney, $20 fine for excessive muffler noise. Robert A. McGinnis, 36, Sid- ney, $20 fine for speedirqg. Timotl L. Schwabauer, 19, Sidney, $20 fine for careless driving. David L. Eggebraaten, 17, Sid- ney, $20 fine for careless driw ing. Gerald V. Naasz, 27, BeN field, N. D., $20 bond forfei- ture for careless driving. Randy S. Green, 15, Sidney, $35 fine for no drivers license. Julia M. Herbst, 46, Sidney, $20 fine for stoP sign violation. Russell G. Mercier, 56, Sid- ney, $20 fine for speeding. Peter Nordaune, 67, Sidney, $25 fine for leaving vehicle unattended. Jaycees Heading Baseball Contest The Sidney Jaycees arehead- ing the second annum Pitch, Hit and Throw Contest here. Competition is open to all boys nine through 12 andyouths winning the local contest will compete with other youths from throughout the U. S. The event is sponsored by the Major League Baseball and Phillips Petroleum Company. The contest provides awards for winners at local, district and division levels and eight bvys will Win the right to com- pete for four national champion- ships at the All-Star Gane in xoit-ou JUly 13, , ,:i, ,: ' iegstition is prendyim der way and Will continue through May 20. The contest will be held May 22 at 9 a.m. at the Sidney baseball field. Registration is at the Phil- lips 66 station here. The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday. May 5, 1971 ii I See George B. Swenson BLUE SHIELD for Famous Group or Indlvldul Health Phu= 220 E. Main Office 482 - 2312 Home 482 - II I I""1 Thurs. Fri. & Sat. May 6 - 7- 8 Two shows nightly at 7- 9 No. Saturday Matinee o, CN,UR,-FOX eREs,,s THEATRE Sun. Mon. & Tues. May 9- 10- 11 Sun. shows 3- 5- 7 - 9 Mon. & Tues. 7- O "A COCKEYF..D MASTERPIECE -SEE IT TVVICEF' ' I"I.IE SUNINCE KID PAWI$10 e COLOR gY 0ELUXE This weeks movie program back again by popular demand. iii , i ,i , Wednesday, May 12 TAKE A CHANCE NITE all seats 40c. Amount of the drawing will be $40.00 if not won last week. i MOTOR VU THEATRE Fri, & Sat, May 7- 8 TWO FIRST RUN FEATURES Show starts at dusk WItH TROG AND DRACULA THE HORROR BEOIH$! mOO Staffing JOAN CRAWFORD Weather Phone 482.1177 Travelers Companion Starring CHRISTOPHER LEE i Take advantage of this unusual offer during May only. Even if your trip is months away buy from us in May and Save up to $48. 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MAY B Mon-Dak Wagon Train Meeting at 8 p.m. at the Scout Cabin. MAY 10 Camp Fire Girl's Council meet at the Scout Cabin at 7:30 MAY 11 The American Legion Auxiliary meets in [he basement of the Sidney National Bank at 7:30 p.m. i Illllll In Banking It's People That Make The Difference lii