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'Eagle' Reward Offered edera- tothe shooting a result of tthe U. S.ex- at the siaagh- i= Meet Boze- direc- day Adventist Montana, - day ard welfare Con- in Sidney, r has most re- in the col- bedding and necessities to COmmunity of Was recently throughout I the supplies and welfare was a involving organi- and the from the Church Montana g, a.lll., and con- the day, as The bald eagle, America's national bird and emblem, isin serious trouble from hard pesti- cides and diminishing habitat. The southern race of baldeagle found in the eastern half of the U. S. is classified as an endang- ered species by the U. S. Inter- ior Department. The total bald eagle population in the lower 48 states may contain as few as tlee to four thousand birds. Since 1940, it has been against Federal law to shoot or other- wise molest bald eagles, but as their numbers decline, illegal shooting is becoming amore im- portant factor working against the bird's survival. A national furor was raised when recent testimony before a Senate sub- committee in Washington re- vealed that air - borne sharp- Scout's Dinner Slated Oct. 12 The annual Recognition Din- her and Meeting for Badlands District, Boy Scouts of Amer- ica, will be held at the Travel- er's Inn, Circle, Oct. 12 at6:30 p.m., according to the Circle Kiwanis Troop Committee who is acting as host for the event. Included in the activities of the evening willbe awards made to outstanding scouters in the four-county district, and a pre- sentation by local Boy Scouts who have recently returned from the World Scout Jambor- ee in Japan. New District offi- cers will also be introduced. All Scouter's and friends of scouting are invited. Those planning to attend, should send their reservations to M. O. Lockrem at Circle. ELD TRUCKING GRAIN and E HAULING Wanted Tandem Avmlable Montana shooters were hired by local ranchers in the Rawlins, Wyo., area to slaughter eagles and other wildlife. More than 65 golden and bald eagles were reported in a pile at one ranch. "Frankly," Kimball said, "American hunters are tired of being tarred and feathered for the actions of criminals erron- eously identified as hunters." Effective immediately, the Federation will pay a $500 re- ward upon verifying that the claimant's information was of substantial assistance in obtain- ing a conviction for shooting a bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucoce- phalus) in violation of 16 USC 668. The claimant must request the reward in writing to the Na- tional Wildlife Federation 1412 16th Street, N.W., Washington, D. C. 20036, within six months after conviction. If more than one eagle was shot by the convicted, $500 wi'll be awarded for one bird representing the total number shot. Symphonic Unit Elected Officers By DARI LACOUNTE The Sidney Senior Kigh School Symphonic Band recently held elections for new officers. Elected to serve aspresident and student body representa- tives of the band was Steve Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson. Others chosen were: Kathy LaCounte, vice- president; Dari LaCounte, sec- retary - treasurer, and Lonny Pfaa, equipment - manager. The enrollment in the band program this year is higher, therefore, Sidney Senior High will have two bands, a symphon- ic and a concert band. The Sym- phonic Band and Choir willhold their first concert Oct. 18. Quack Up Noted You won't find it on the live- stock market report- but the Herald staffers have been in- formed by a most reliable source that the going rate for llve ducks is $12.50 each. At least that' s what the quack- er brought that sold at the Elk' s White Elephant sale held recent- ly in Sidney. The low - "down" on the buyer is that be lives here and is, more or less, in the buying busi- ness anyway but is somewhat publicity shy. PICTURE PICKER - Mrs. Delyle Jarvis examines old pictures donated by Mrs. Irene Lynch of Sidney, for use in a display in the J. K. Ralston Museum and Art Center. Mrs. Lynch is a former employe of H. G. Ketcham, first owner of the Sidney Herald, who originally owned the treasured photos. Anyone having pictures to donate or loan to the center is asked to contact Mrs. Jarvis at Box 137, Sidney, Mont. 59270 or by calling 482-2359 or 482-3356. Jayceen Dinner On Membership The Sidney Jayceens annual membership dinner was held at the Elk's Club, Sept. 20. The Chinese dinner and pro- gram by Speak-Up was attend- ed by the Jayceens and eight guests. Door prizes were won by Dot Smith and Kathy Sander- son. Mrs. Ben Sanderson also won a free Jayceen member- ship. A report was made ontheDe- molition Derby and the success of the Powder Puff, won by Mrs. Bob Hnar. Mrs. Stan Starr and Mrs. Robert Donovan rep#.ted on the State Board meeting held in Hamilton. Plans are being made for a Halloween party and Christmas Bazaar. The Jayceens are also in the process of compiling a booklet on sources of help in Sidney for the Mental Health Association. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Howard Hornsby, membe/'ship chairman, and Mrs. Tony Vetter and Mrs. Jim Stoner. S/ILE TURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1971 Free Coffee and Doughnuts Time 1:00 p.m. of Dale O. L eburn deceased will offer for sale at Public Auction Edeburn Farm East of Elmdale Hall (on Township Line Road.) Watch for Signs 80 Tractor, Power Steering B Tractor M (1948) repair, good tires) Deere Tool Bar Tool Bar Harris Drill on Rubber Deere Press Drill w/Fertilizer an Box John Deere Deere Hydraulic Plow - Needs Fixin' 1 Ten,Truck Ton Pickup Disc G. T. A. Auger (37 Ft. - Like New) 20 Ft. 4 Inch Auger,. Electric or Gas - Like New Running Gear Wagon Bob Sled 500 Gal. Propane Tank (Some In It) Miscellaneous Fencing and Shop Tools 5 Good Tires on Rim Size 650-13 Sheep Panels, Electric Motor, Weed Sprayer 200 Gal. Tank 100 Rods Woven Wire - Like New; Cedar, Ash and Steel Posts and Wire 300 Gal. Water Tank; Small Fuel Tank Small Wisonsin Motor, Anvil, Coal Drill, Corn Sheller, 3 Horse Evener Household Items, Some Very Old - Antiques Maybe? 22 Magazine Rifle 5 U. S. Silver Dollars Stock Rack for GMC or Chevy Buildings: 10 x 24; 10 x 20; 10 x 6; and : Deare Disc 5 (7 Ft.) Power Take Off WC)MEN'S BARGAINS MEN'S BARGAINS Rake-Like New Basket Tanks % 10 x 14 Tank MY OTHER ITEMS, TOO NUMEROUS Tank TO MENTION, BUT INTERESTING! of DALE O. EDEBURN, Deceased TERMS CASH Not Responsible For Accidents Posting of this SaleBill in lmblie places and ddivery of copies to creditors will serve as compliance with New Union Commercial Code Law. CLERK Culbertson State Bank II I I Sale 2 2s Reg. 2.69. Cotton sleepers with special Pedibumper foot to help prevent slipping. And they're Penn-Set so they won't shrink out of shape. Assorted print tops with solid bottoms. Double row gripper waist. Sizes 1 to 4. Also in sizes 3 to 8 with boxer waist. Reg. 2.98; Sale 2.50 The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wednesday, Sept, 29, 1971 - 5 Development Unit Beginning 'Action' Dolph Harris, president, call- ed the Economic Development Association of Eastern Montana together for a two -day meet- ing in Miles City, last week, which was devoted to program planning. I. Bill Lassey, director of the Center for Planning and De- velopment, MSU, assisted the six resource committees in de- veloping action programs for improving social and economic conditions in Easter Montana. Perry Roys, director of the State Department of Planning and Economic Development pledged continued support from his department in assisting the Association programs in agri- culture, education, recreation and tourism, water development iiiii ii ' and conservation, transporta- tion and finance. After reviewing some of the dramatic changes in Eastern Montana affecting nearly every segment of community life, the Association delegates reaf- firmed their basic purpose to draw on all available resourc- es in developing coordinated regional programs. It's becom- ing more evident that unless corrective action is taken by the people in the area, small towns and rural communities will continue to shrink in vital- ity, it noted. President Harris encouraged all county delegates to return to their counties and assist lo- cal citizens organize for ac- tion. Attention-- NO HUNTING without written permission Jerry Lawson I THREE BUTTE RANCH ill, All our $5 Towncraft dress shirts Sale 2 for 850 Choose from long and short sleeve styles with fashion collars and detailing. All Penn-Prest. Dacron 'R polyester/cotton. Solids. stripes, prints. All our 5.98 dress shirts Sale 2 for =10 Short and long sleeve styles; long point collars. Dacron  polyester/cotton Penn-Prest. Solids. stripes, Irints. Wide fashion ties of polyester prints and solids. 3.50 13 Only Girl's Sleepwear Orig. 88c .................................... Now 48 Only Boy's Knit Shirts Orig. 1.9g ................................ II.OW 1.44 76 Only Girl's Dresses Drastically Reduced ............. $2 to 4. 7 Only Women's Slacks Orig. 7.88 ....................................... Now $5 8 Only Men's Shirts Orig. 1.88 ......................................... Now $1 10 Only Packages Men's Work Socks == _ Orig: 1.22 .......................................... row $1 101 Only Boy's Shirts Orig. 2.22 ................................. Now 1.88 36 Only Women's Flare Jeans On 7 Only Boy's Shirts ly 3.99 Orig. 1.77 ................................. Now 1.44 Special Purchase .................... 6 Only Boy's Pre-School Boxer Jeans Orig. 1.29 .................................. Now 88 3 Only Women's Robes Orig. 14.88 ................................. Now $10 49 Only Women's Dresses lm Drastically Reduced .............................. l' U p i 17 Only Girl's Woven Slacks Special Purchase .................... On |y 3.50 13 Only Girl's Turtle Neck Sweaters 74 Only Boy's Pants Now 1.88 Orig. 2.50 ................................ Special Purchase .................... Only 3.50 17 Only Men's Ties 61 Only Women's Purses Special Purchase ..................... Only 3.33 o,,0.,.ss ......................................... Now $1 12 Only Women's Shifts Orig. 6.00 .............. . ................ Now 4.88 35 Only Men's Shirts ................................ Now 1.88 6 Only Men's Pants Lucky Size Girdle and Orig. 3.99 ..................................... Now $2 Bra Table Reduced 10 Only Men's Shirts Orig. 7.88 ..... ; ................................ Now $5 OPEN JCPenney WED. NITES STARTS TIL 8:30 The values are here every day. THURS.- 8:30 a.m.