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June 28, 1972

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Bluebirds Attend Camp Fifty two girls from the Sidney and Fairview area attended a two - day Bluebird June 21 and 22 at de's Congregational the Lone Tree Creek and the Community Hospital. The eight and nine - year - old girls were divided into five groups chaperoned by Rainbow girls who assisted throughout the two day period. The groups went to the following areas for classes. Crafts was lead by Mary Hall, yum - yums (fOod preparation) taught by Pat Child and sports and games Was lead by Arlene Hueth and Judy Pope. Roxy Rees and Sharon Sax took the girls on Path finding and exploration trips into the Lone Tree Creek area for the nature class. The class was instructed by Best at the Community Hospital where with some elementary hospital techniques and seeing the ambulance and diet kitchen were especially interesting. Betty Cumming was the group musician each day for a program of rounds and fun songs. I,unch was served each day by Terry Merrill, Margie Rogness, assisted by Toni Pope, LouWanna Rogness and Maureen Schultz. The Day Camp Director, Kay Fulker- son, reported that the activities were enthusiastically enjoyed by Bluebirds and leaders as well. State Employment Situation Better Less than 100 new claims were filed last week by workers affected by the ABM layoff, according to Employment Security Administrator, Fred Barrett. Other construction work in the state remains stable with new building plans and permits in several areas. Highway building work force was reduced by 50 in the Billings area. Barrett states that the weekly unemployment claim total of 6,177, of which there PAY NO MORE! were 5,160 regular claims and 1,017 temporary claims, was 30 per cent above the corresponding week in 1971. Claims for unemployed women totaled 2,381, or 38.5 per cent of all claims. Employment on Libby Dam was down 55 as three con- tractors finished their work. However, work has begun on maximum security buildings at Warm Springs; eight new houses were started in Billings; Butte reports the remodeling of a plant to manufacture modular houses and trailers; and the change to a 40 hour work week for Berkley Pit employes will raise the work force 135 men. Construction on a 100 unit trailer park in Havre, a new shopping center and power company office in Missoula, nursing home retirement apartments and a Public Health facility in Polson, plus new storage tanks for Holly Sugar in Sidney have brought up the construction payrolls in the state. Agricultural employment consists of haying, summer fallowing and irrigating. HOSPITAL TOUR -- Members of Bluebirds from Sidney and Fairvlew received a tour and demonstration of different facilities at the Community Memorial Hospital here Jane 21-22. Above, from left, Mrs. Jacque Best assists Glendive, with a claim total of 52, and Sidney with 4gAid not change from last week. Claims were down at: Kalispell, down 52 to 444; Libby, down 48 to 343; Hamilton, down 31 to 134; Missoula and Billings, down 29 to 528 and 866; Livingston, down 21 to 83; Thompson Falls, down 17 to 47; Anaconda, down Cheryl Christensen in stepping down from the hospital's ambulance. Bonnie Caroming is in the background and Cynthia Anderson is helped down from the ambulance by its driver Larry Nave. -- Russ Wells Photo Association Names Project Interns The Economic Development Association of Eastern Mon- tana has two project interns working through the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education, studying the Recreation and Tourism situation and the Coal Montana State University, in Industrial and Management Engineering, with plans for attending the University of Montana's Law School this Fall. He is researching the resources and potentials of developing the coal resources BUY THE BEST! 15 to128; Wolf Point, down13to Development of eastern in easternMontana. Heisalso 69; Helena, down 9 to 233; Montana. looking into the environmental Lewistown, down 7 to 64; and David Shannon, Dutton, with impact that such development * Planning Assistance Construction Service Se rvice-After-The-Sale . Broad Range of Bin Sizes to Meet Your Needs  Martini Steel, Inc. South Sidney 482-3814 SUMMER ROUNDUP of Used Machinery Cut Bank and Havre, down 1 to 62 and 141. Up were: Butte, up 43 to 417; Great Falls, up 17 to 919;  Miles City, up 11 to 102; Glasgow, up 9 to 61; Bozeman and Shelby, up 6 to 146 and 121; Dillon and Polson, up 3 to 35 and 117. a B. A. in History from Cornell, and a M. A. in Western American History from Montana State University, is studying the Recreation and Tourism situation in eastern Montana. He served in the Armed Forces for two years, stationed both stateside and in Germany. Shannon plans to visit the 18 counties in EDAEM to see what the facilities and potentials are for recreation and tourism. Robert Jovick, Deer Lodge, has his degree, B. S., from brings about. The EDAEM is planning to use the study information gathered by Shannon to produce a Rec:bation and Tourism brochure of eastern Montana for distribution to the traveling public. Coal development is a vital issue now in our area, and the study by Jovick will be used to insure and educate eastern Montana about the importance to our area of proper development of the coal resources. Office Warns About Memory A Field Representative from the Miles City Social Security office will be in Sidney at the Courthouse July 6 between 8:30 a.m. and noon. Don't try to memorize your social security number. Don't -- especially -- try to repeat your social security number from memory when an em- ployer asks you for the number for his records when you start a new job. "Your social security number has nine digits," a spokesman noted. "If you try to memorize it, you can easily give a wrong number when you try to repeat it. If you furnish a wrong social security number to an employer, it may cause difficulty in crediting your earnings to your social security record. That may eventually affect your social security benefits." "Remember," the spokesman said, "Don't try to Lewis Receives memorize your social security number. It could cost you Science Degree money." Your local Social Security Valerie Lewis, daughter of Office is located at 713 Pleasant Jerry Lewis, Bremerton, Wash., has received her Associate of Science degree at Olympic College and has been admitted to the College of Pharmacy at the University of Washington, Seattle. Rodger Lewis received at rating of 85.4 on his National Board of Examiners in Op- tometry Test. This is the first half of examinations required for completion of the degree of Doctor of Optometry at Illinois College of Optometry, Chicago. Chums Conduct June Meeting The ninth meeting of the Cherry Creek Chums was held June 19 at the Jack Zoanni home. We planned a picnic at Kanes Grove for the next meeting. Also a committee was ap- pointed to water the 4-H trees. The girls who took sewing had a practice style show. Ann and Jerry Zoanni gave demonstrations. l,unch was served after the meeting. Cindy Syth, reporter Street in Miles City. Our office is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. We will accept collect phone calls from the Sidney and Glendive areas. Our phone number is: 232-4284. Swathers and Balers One JOHN DEERE 215R 14' Water Cooled Engine, Pickup Reel One JOHN DEERE 215 12' Water Cooled Engine, Pickup Reel, with Hay Conditioner One JOHN DEERE 780, 18', Big Air Cooled Engine One IHC 163 16' Water Cooled Engine One OLIVER 503 14' Pickup Reel HESSTON PT12' Mower- Windrower Conditioner HESSTON PT 10' Mower - Windrower Conditioner IHC- 7' Pull Type Mower IHC - 5 Bar Side Delivery Rake One Used MASSEY FERGUSON BALER One Used OLIVER BALER Two Used JOHN DEERE BALERS CRIGHTON Distributor, Inc. Phone: 747-5458 Fairview, Montana The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., June 28, 1972 - 7 Stevenson Machine Shop Lathe Work, Welding, General Repair aHl Lawn Mowers For Pick Up and Delivery Call 798-3558 II III IIII INSURANCE Can Beat That When a storm roars in... be safe from financial loss. Guard your crops and farm property. s,v, 10% .o. ON OUR NEW RATES WALTER JENSEN FARMERS UNION INSURANCES Phone: 482-3010 Sidney, Idoatnna 1 IIII II I III Trucks For Sale. Will sell as cab and chassis or install any combination of Box and Hoist to your specs 1969 FORD T-850 TANDEM 477" H. D. V8 Gas Engine, 5 - 3 Trans., 1 0:00x20-I 2 ply tires, Power Steering 137" Cab to Center of rear axles 1967 FORD T-850 TANDEM 534" H. D. V8 Gas Engine, 5 - 3 Trans, ] 0:00x20-] 2 ply tires, Power Steering ]37" cab to center of rear axles 1969 IHC No. 2010 Fleet Star Tandem 487" H. D. V8 Gas Engine, 5 - 3 Trans., 1 0:00x20-1 2 ply tires, Power Steering, 156" from cab to center of rear axles i Westlie Motor Co. 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