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I II II II I I I II I IIIIII I I I IIIIII I I I II _ III I I IIIIII I I . -- I I  II II I I II HI I III I I I II I t ke p., ,, / ' Kip and Kim / 1"L'..1. I[7'....1.... / Sunday Smorgasbord / Visit the :' I_//___ 2/.. / / UIU5 VVIIIIUN- / ...... / LaChateau ;iii / In The Vlkmg Room / / IO lhe Lo00hoteou / _... _ ............  =  II, U  ! ....... ..o.,.?.=. / 9 p.m. to2 o;m. nightiy / ...I. n The L0unee.... e,o ,., p.m./ Noon .to 3 p;m. ./. 00s]*nlmpgm00' '; 128 - The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Sept. 27, 1972 Rev. Albert New Pastor Here R.m/. Albert Wetzel, formerly .of the Hope Congregational Church of Bayard, Neb., has 'accepted a call from the Ebenezer Congregational Church of Sidney. Before going into the ministry he had been Superintendent of Schools at Werner and Barton, N. D. For the past three years he also served as Principal of the Minsters Public Grade School. His schooling consisted of three years at Dickinson College, Dickinson, N. D., and five years at Northwestern College at Minneapolis, Minn. Rev. Wetzel's wife's name is Rosemary and they have five children, Mrs. I-aDonna Groz of Elgin, N. D.; Wand Wetzel, a senior at Jamestown College ' and Kayleen, Richard and Julie at home. Pastor Wetzel and his family will he arriving Sept. 29 and he will have his first worship service on Oct. 1. Claims Answer Lies In Wise Government Speaking before a Republican fund - raising dinner in Cgrter County this week Congressional candidate Dick Forester said "the answer to farm problems is wise government use of taxpayer money and a Congressman that is effective in dealing with major farm legislation." "Farmers who produce the nation's food supply are remarkably efficient and the consumer has benefited from this production efficiency," satJ Forester. "However," he added, "During the past 15 years, costs of farm and ranch operation have more than doubled while income received for most of their products has generally remained unchanged, or has lowered. Of all Americans, the farmer alone cannot bargain for the worth of his labor ,or products in the marketplaces. "The problem of marketing the products the farmer har- vests has become so complex and involves so many groups and industries that the farmer has layer upon layer of cost added to his product, none of which he has a say in," said Forester. "Every American is paying the penalty of inflation each time he goes to the grocery store. It is not the farmer, but Congress, who is to blame for this situation." "The answer to inflation is not more expensive economic programs, not mar(govern- ment controls, not orelme supplements, not more ad- ministrative actions," said Forester, "hut the development of programs that will solve these problems." ' SUSSCR E "What we need is a I B Congressman who will promote I meangingful farm legislation, to the HeraJd.. -rid not one who has been ineffective in any major farm [ It'= Easy | legislation during his term in , , J " office," c)ncluded FOrester. FOREIGN VISITOR -- Abdul Khlzri, 24, of Afghanistan has been studying at the ex- periment station tn Sidney since July. Khizrl is an agricqlturai researcher for his country and has been in the U. S since February studying our methods of farming. He will leave Friday to study at Huntly Project before going on to another state. He will return to his country sometime early in 1973. Zody Appointed On Task Force State Representative A. A. Zody of Glendive has been appointed by the office of the Superintendent of Public In- struction to a task force which will study legislation relating to the education of handicapped children. Zody is one of five legislators appointed to the 23 member group. Zody said the task force has examined present Montana laws pertaining to education of the handicapped and are presently putting together a pacRage of model legislation which they hope will be adopted by the next legislature. "In light of recent court rulings in several states which revolves around the question of all handicapped children being entitled to an education, the task force was formed to study and recommend improvements in Montana's statutes relating to this important question," lady stated. " Mona-00harley Cree News oFeRrnAi;C?guSTEPPLthE?Bert B:Utda//::l?a g::/?.M::{ tahteChahlJeeC:eeTuk eAPyy  Society Mrs. Web Cornelia and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Martin I Bidegaray's were Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Trezel and daughter, Miles City. They were Sunday visitors at the Jean Bidegaray's. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foss and girls, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Bidegaray and Kathy attended the 4-H Appreciation Dinner at the Moose Hall in Sidney, Sunday. Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf returned home from Bozeman and Butte, Wednesday. She was accompanied by her daughter- in-law, Mrs. Dan Fisher, and children who will visit her parents and relatives in Bainville. Those helping Mike Fisher celebrate his birthday Wed- nesday were Mr. and Mrs. Butch Candee, Mr. and Mrs. I,aVon Schlenz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf. John Ruffatto was a minor surgical patient in the Sidney hospital Wednesday through Friday. SCHOOL MENU The following hot lunch menu for the week Oct. 2 - 6 has been released by Sidney Public Schools. The following is the daily menu: Monday - Noodles and Pork, tossed lettuce salad, buttered buns, cookie and milk. Tuesday -- Chili Con Came, carrot salad, cinnamon rolls, banana and milk. Wedne,lay- Weiners and saurkraut, whipped potatoes, buttered buns, jello with fruit and topping and milk. Thursday -- Shshlmrgers, buttered corn, tossed salad, cherry upside down cake and milk. Friday -- Tuna and noodle casserole, cole slaw with ap- ples, buttered buns, crumb cake with butterscotch topping and milk. Sidney. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf visited Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ruffatto in Brockton, Thursday. Mrs. Bertha Cornelia and Virg, Mrs. Clyde Garten and Lenora Edeburn attended funeral services for Eva Hinz in Poplar, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tolksdorf were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Smith, Sidney. Don and Lenora Edeburn, Sidney, helped their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Garten, chop corn last week. Barbie and Mary Ruffatto sang at the American Legion Auxiliary meeting in Poplar, Wednesday. Mrs. Lee Candee, Mrs. Rick I,elland and Mrs. Dean 6;arlson, Fairview, helped Mrs. Cleta Candee paint and clean house, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Candee drove to Glendive to visit Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Fisher. Cal Steppler and Bert Bidegaray attended the Peavey Co. Feed meeting at the Moose Hall Friday. Bert was the lucky winner of the first prize which was an electric Timex wrist watch. Mr. and Mrs. Mel Rauschendorfer attended funeral services for Michelle Theissen in Lambert, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Col Steppler attended the Square Dance Steak supper at the Girard Hall, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor-Helland and Don attended a Freeman family get together at the home of Mrs. Alice McNaughton, Culbertson, Sunday. Attending were a sister, Mrs. Alfred Hollis, California; a niece of Nashua, a sister of Williston and numerous relatives of the Culbertson area. Mrs. Bert Bidegaray hosted were Sunday dinner guests at I the Duane Martin's, Fairview. I Mrs. Eathel Davis was a guest also. I Memorial Gifts The Mondak Historical and Art Society gratefully acknowledges receipt of the following gifts: In memory of Mrs. Karen Robertson from Friends and Relatives. In memory of Mrs. Melba Hall from Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Jones and from Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Page. In memory of Mrs. Mary McGruder from Mrs. Myrtle Johnson. In memory of Mrs. Berg,re Herigstad from Mrs. Myrtle Johnson and from Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Page. In memory of Leonard Bakken from Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Page. Memorials may be nt to IT R FAMPHUR RK00__ W0 Just use as directed. WARBEX famphU M i cattle grubs beforS mature, before they d meat and hides. IM WARBEX doesn't set cattle back. / WARBEX is easy to use. i J st Pour I 'i I PEAVEY COMP Mondak Historical and Art Producer Service i," Society, Box 50, Sidney, Mont Phone 482-1304Y 59270. " '. 2nd Annuol Cootie Amateur Contest at the VFW Club sat., Oct. 21 Anyone interested in partici please contact Marvin Schultz at 482-2439 I i TELEVISION SCHEDULE Sept. 27 through Oct. 11 PROGRAMS 7 The Electric Co. 2,h (7)HCt Football Nove Dame/Ntcbt4an State I I , WEEKDAYS I KD CH 2 ZEEYrON CA I B OH lZ vzu, zs'z'ol Ammt I aLT Z cx oaz,z PROG RAMS SUNDAY 6:30 2 Streem Of Feith 7:00 10 Archies Funbouse ll:l 2 Luollls Rivers 11=3 |2,%,10 Ae The World Tus 3,8 Three On * Hatoh h s Make A Dell Z I I Y,6 I 6,oo :lO I 6,1 I 6:S I ,:3o I ! 6:35 I 6:h5 ?too 'hO I S,oo I I I I 8,3o 8=1=O S :he I Ntgg- I 9,oo I I I oo I I I I zo I lO,)O I I lZ,OO I 1 I m{l OH % OLtll fP,BSLt?OB i  CH 7 tLT IAKIg C CAI ell? 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Ne ly Wd Oaam Fe Of Nite The l}ot.e The.,.ti oa hrSplendord Thin "Andtir or 0erel Hoqptt.el Secret Rt, O re Life To Live_ Pay=on t*ee Somerset Hike Douglas Love taerican Style Dialing Dollars irmh' e Place Oeeral Hoepital Gambit on-Rosdruncer Tue*Funk Phantc. Ned-adc Orc:,s Tmr s- Palmyra Frt.lncolnt ink gnat's Ny Lne hi*Death Valley Days adies aY Dick Van Dyke Man-I,4 dsvl] e ?,,-dohnny (heat Thi,s*Jsekeon Fiv Fri-Jerrv bwl. Fa,A IV Affair W-rv fh't ffen lhR s qunny Ber F" qlllbt 119*s 'TO TR Th. r,th Th .loksr's WId Trttth O onsq:Pncs Cronklte aqdy C'i ffth Truth Or ;oneequecee NPwe Rocky Walter onte Ie In '77 gvaning Report New. gv, miN hport Iesa esve lmtmm Ye lth Or onsequences orahip In Our Day" 6: A.4.,12 :OA.14. U SF.. ATE COWJ Tonight Sho Nee dudd For The Defense cs htb Movie The Tonigb+. 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Center Paul Lde Shou .ovie "he Elcric Co. Mov,le Search A Public Affair Cannon Fil Odyesey Ju]ie Andrews Hour nrix N*we Neeterpt@ce Theatre Newe venlvg At. Pop= THORSDAY Misterrogers Dick Van Dyke cy Show Adamol2 "he ectric o. Flip ileon un Smoke $calme tret .od Squad Janthen Winters Show It' ]four Bet Civic Dialogue Flip Wilson Ironelde 4oe (5)The Jdef#ated Rod Squad I). Simon Ihe Yronaide {)o Hope Seial Jean Sheerd'8 America h % 2,8 ? 9:30 2 % 10,00 ? lOt30 ? FRIDAY Anna & Kiql What ' her[ey eo a Sere Street soma cer greektn Llttlo People It'e' Ym:r Bet (6)To Sir With Love MerLe ady h lqt*a*oer'e Sanferd & -on st stoe "etti 0o. xi Little People Fri Movie Benyo Wlehtnlton Week  Rd. (1)Youth Dug Ward T me= Love m. Sylm Ohost Story eelos Xmpoeeible te Mede Jaeob ommk (1)Bolloa SATUROAY Udordg H.1L .fnetuf e Bun, Jetsons Sabrlna Jackson Five Rel Route 2 e bmeing han Seeame Stree PtvPmnt he" the smm Scooby Dee Homdoatd Ster P.oe ooby Dog ovtee mn Rolidey lectrtc Co. 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