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CLASSIFIED ADS PERSONALS_ NEW X-11 Reducing Plan. 42 tables $3.00. Money Back Guarantee. Sidney Drug. (31-14tc) SECRET . Lose Water Weight, body 101oat, puffiness, etc. X-Pal Water Pills only $3.00 or Money Back Refund. Sidney Drug. (31-14tc) PERSONAL: Are you looking for a place to feed your cattle or horses this winter. Close in. Inquire, call 482-3319 or 482-1794 after 5 p.m, (32-tfc) IN APPRECIATION An expression of genuine appreciation is extended to the Public for patronizing our food booth at the Richland County : fair. We hope you were fairly and courteously treated and Will remember us another year. We also wish to thank our members who helped in anyway, a special thanks to the Younger ones who worked so faithfully and diligently. Bless you all. U.S.C.S. Lonsdale Methodist Church United I CARD OF THANKS We would like to acknowledge and express our thanks to all those who were so kind and thoughtful to us in our bereavement at the loss of our beloved wife, mother and sister, Melba A. Hall, who passed away Aug. 1. May God bless you! Woodrow W. Hall Gary W. Hall and family Sharon P. Yabe and family Eric I. Moum and family I,eonard L. Hall and family CARD OF THANKS Words cannot express our sincere appreciation for the many acts of kindness per- formed during the recent loss of our beloved husband, son and brother. A very special "Thank you" to those who stayed at our place in our absence, the work done, the flowers, memorials, food, visits and all the com- forting messages of sympathy and concern for us. God Bless you all. Mrs. Helen Newton Mr. and Mrs. Roger Newton Mrs. Arliss Link Mr. and Mrs. Arthur (Joy I,ynn) Hayden Judy Newton Ervin Hendrickson (33-1tc) "Better Deals Always" MOBILE HOMES Double Wide Bonnavillas 24 x 60 and 24x44 14x70's with Ecrly American Decor 1 4x75's - 4-Bedrooms with Bath and Half Better Grades of Furniture GI Financing - and Home Loan Financing for 20 years on doublewides See our Complete Line of Roadrunners and Other Campers at Phelp's Mobile Homes Across from Fairgrounds 482-1437 1970 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Hardtop, V-8, Automatic, PS, PB, Air =2395 1 969 PLYMOUTH 4-Door, V-8 Automatic, PS, =1 795 PB, Air - Factory Warranty 1 966 Ply. Fury III ooor .a.,o,, *695 Automatic, Air Conditioning GOLF WINNERS -- Winners of the Sidney Ladies Association of the Golf and Country Club from left include Aileen Moran, Louise Iverson, Marge Thogersen, Sharon Sax, Laurel Torgerson, Bev Stip and Janis Steffens. Pat Child and Ruth Minder were also winners but are not pictured. The gals ended their league play for the year but will continue to compete on Tuesday mornings. -- Kevin Boehler Photo Waste Disposal Facilities Told Over half of Montana's population is living in com- munities which have good solid waste programs according to Terry Carmody, coordinator of the State Department of Health and Environmental Sciences' solid waste program. Carmody says 46 com- garbage dumps. And, in 1969 the I,egislature authorized counties for form refuse disposal districts for making needed changes. Carmody and a staff of two have the responsibility for helping communities comply with state - wide requirements and for inspecting sanitary landfills after they have been set up. According to Carmody, the following communities have converted to good solid waste systems since the 1969 legislation: Beaverhead County - Dillon, I Jma Big Horn County - Hardin Cascade County - Great Falls Custer County - Miles City Dawson County - Glendive Deer Lodge County Anaconda, Galen and Warm Springs Fergus County - Lewistown Flathead County - Kalispell, Whitefish, Columbia Falls, I,akeside, Bigfork and Somers Gallatin County W. Yellowstone, Belgrade, Trident, Three Forks, Logan, Willow Creek, Bozeman and Manhattan Hill County - Havre I,ewis and Clark County - Helena, Ihncoln I,incoln County - IJbby Missoula County - Missoula Park County - Livingston Pondera County - Conrad and Valiex Powell County - Deer Lodge State Prison Ravalli County - Stevensville, Hamilton and Darby Richland County - Sidney Roosevelt County - Wolf Point and Poplar Silver Bow County - Butte Teton County - Choteau Toole County - Shelby Valley County - Glasgow Yellowstone County - Billings and I,aurel munities have now totally eliminated open burning dumps and developed a more effective way of disposing of their solid waste. For most of the com- munities this has meant setting up sanitary landfills which involve spreading thin layers of waste, compacting them and then covering them with soil at the end of each working day. This prevents health hazards, air and water pollution and landscape eyesores. In 1965 the State Iegislature made it unlawful for com- munities to continue operating ERICKSEN DAM CLOSED DUE TO VANDALISM Will not reopen Con Simonsen FOR SALE t The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., August 16, 1972 ! 51 Construction Hal Boom Truck Ford Body -,Only 2800 miles 5 Ton Capacity Boom with Hydraulic Outriggers 48 - foot Hydraulic Boom =6,500 WRITE Sterhan Construction Box 266, Sidney, Mont. Or Call 4824 State's Unemployeq I Unemployment benefits were ....... : ::" down 217 from last week and ;,,; 129 below this corresponding week last year, showing a 2.1 per cent drop from the same period in 1971, according to Employment Security Ad- ministrater Fred Barrett. Construction is now at its peak for the year with high- "ways, structures and dams providing the construction payrolls. Most employment is stable with Anaconda Com- pany's Great Falls operation showing the only layoffs of consequence. Twelve laborers were released last week with 91 more scheduled to go this week. There are worker shortages in the areas of food service, clerical and various mechanical and business trades in Billings; woods workers in Bozeman, and food service and welders in Kalispell, Barrett reported. Cherry harvesting is com- pleted, releasing between 650 and 800 pickers and warehouse workers. Other agricultural employment consists of haying, irrigating and the beginning of the custom combining. The last of the concrete pour on the main structure of IJbby l)am has been made, bringing the total to 3,760,000 cubic yards since the first pour, June 1, 1. The principal contractors plan to finish their work this fall and winter. i.ast week's unemployment claim total of 5,786, included 1,974 women, and compared to 5,915 claims a year ago. Benefit 15ayments amounted to $191,475 last week, Barrett stated. Claim declines were in this. order: Missoula, down 77 to. 806; Great Falls, down 28 to 890; Butte, down 24 to 389; Havre, down 16 to 126; ttamilton and Shelby, down 14 to 124 and 98; Glasgow, down 12 to 62; Libby, down 8 to 279; Sidney, down 7 to 41; Livingston, down 5 to 80; Offer Alcoho I Prog ra m Dawson College and the Alcohol and Drug Division of Action for Eastern Montana will conduct an Eastern Montana Alcohol Training Program at the college this fall. The $3,226.50 program is funded by the Montana kqtate Depart- meat of Heal{h and En- vironmental Sciences. "If alcoholism is a com- munity problem, then it is the responsibility of all service agencies to share this responsibility in a rehabilative effort. The Eastern Montana Alcohol Training Program will be an innovative approach to provide formal academic and clinical training for 30 per- sonnel from Eastern Montana who work with alcoholics and their families" stated Don Kettner, Vice President. The participant, will be public service persdnnel from Dawson, Fallon, McCone, Prairie, Richland and Wibaux counties. The program will consist of 60 hours of instruction con- ducted on Friday's from Sept. 29 - Dec. 8. Instruction will be divided into two categories academic and clinical, with 30 hours of instruction in each I I I II III III II This Week's Special 1971 Mercury Montego 4 dr.. MX - BROUGHAM 351 V-8 motor, Automatic, Power Steering, Factory Air, Dark Green Metallic Exterior with matching interior. Only 6100 miles This car is ready to go anywhere It's Sell-Down 1972 Time at area. The Director of the Program is Richard McMullin, Chair- man of the Dawson College Science Department. The academic staff will be provided by the Dawson College staff and Dr. Malee. The clinical staff is composed of Jack Hayes and Phil Sullivan of Glendive; Don Anderson of Miles City; Dennis I,atka of Wolf Point; Herb Sukut of t Glasgow; and Hillman Hjelmsted of Williston, N. D. All the clinical staff will also serve as consultants to the program. - USED CAR BUYS SPECIAL BUY 1972 Ford Ranchero GT i Larson Motor Co. 482-1810 Sidney, Mont I II Anaconda, down 4 to :134 Bozeman, down 3 to "155 Helena, down 2 to 273; ,am Dillon, down 1 to 32. More claims came from Billings, up 35 to 847; Mile: City, up 19 to 56; Kalispell, up { to 436; Thompson Fails ant Wolf Point, up 3 to 51 and 46; Cut Bank, Glendive ant Lewistown, up I to 47, 42 and 61 Polson, 111, remained the same as the prior week. Legal Notice SCHOOL NOTICE Brorson School Dist. 11 will begin classes Tuesday, Aug. 29 at 8:45 a.m. and the bus will be running the same schedule as usual. Vera E. Anderson Clerk of Dist. 11 (Publish Aug. 9 and 16, 1972) CALL FOR BIDS The board of trustees of Brorson School Dist. 11 now have bids open for a custodian for the school for the 1972 , 73 year Address all bids to Vera E, Anderson, Clerk, Star Route Box 142, Sidney, Mont. Bids will be opened the 24th Of August. The board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Vera E. Anderson Clef , of Dist. 11 (Publish Aug. 9 add 16, 1972) i iii i EXIT Signs To meet Dept. of Labor Occupational Safety and Health Adminis- tration requirements. (8xl 1) Attractive, durable plastic with adhesive backin SIDNEY HERALD Phone: 482-2706 We Lease For Less! Pick your car or truck and we'll lease it to you at rock-bottom cost. Come in and get thefacts! ; NLEASINGI LARSON MOTOR Sidney, Montana Phone: 482-1810 I f IIH ! u Power Steering, Power Brakes, Automatic, V-8, Bucket Seats, Factory Air, Delux Wheels, Less than 2,000 miles. - OTHER USED UNITS - 1969 PONTIAC CATALINA WAGON V-8, Automatic, Power Steering, Power Brakes 1968 MERCURY MONTEREY 4 - Dr., V-8, Automatic, Power Steering, Power Brakes 1967 BUICK LaSABRE 4 - Dr., V-8, Automatic, Power Steering, Power Brakes 1966 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF 4 - Dr., Hardtop, Automatic, Air Conditioning, PS, PB 1966 BUICK ELECTRA 225 4 - Dr., Sedan, Automatic, Air Conditioning, PS, PB -- Plus Many Other Great Buys - Gem City Motor Co. 22IN. Central USED CAR LOT II I II I I II I II II II I III II I 482-3878