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&apos; No work th!s ye nians ar annua,,e sa,e ' " ............ " ...... on local, swim po()i Kiwanis Club will begin Sale here Thursday. will be out taking orders with delivery of the apples Oct. 26. Reports from indicate a fine crop of club will be selling Red Golden Delicious and year. The price of same as list tSper box. for the annual sale this .'Al Sobolik and Harold Mercer Kiwanians on the committee. from the apple sale spent on youth activities, to the Kiwanis by - laws. include Easter Egg Hunt, International Youth Ex- Industrial Tour for rural Scout Troop, Cub State, Girls State and The club also provides needy youngsters. sale is the only money - Project conducted" by the during the year. apple a day Arrow (A1) Sabollk gets shoot another arrow into the top of Brave (Harold) Sobollk and Mercer of the annual Apple Sale and they'll do to make sure they have the sale ever. The sale begins delivery of apples is set -- Don Mrachek Photo re firm manager has been named Valley Hardware in Sld- his position Oct. 1. Bill Houglum, position with Valley is now manager of the Peavey in Sidney. in the hardware and Anderson comes to ,, N. D., where be Electric the business in June. self - em_ployed for 19 years in the major and service in Poplar, is a licensed electrician. Wife have three children. Remodeling of Sldney's swimming pool was set hack for at least another year when contractors failed to submit bids on the $100,000 project Monday night at the City Council meeting. Representatives from two in- vestment firms attended the meeting to bid on the sale of t50,000 in bonds to cover the pool construction. Another written bid was received from the First National Hank of Twin Bridges, Mont. Construction on the pool was to cost $100,000 however one-half of the money had already been obtained through a Bureau of Outdoor Recreation grant. Sidney voters approved the sale of bonds on the other half during the last city election. D. A. Davidson, an investment firm from Great Falls opened the bidding at six per cent. The Yellowstone Bank of Laurel, Mont., submitted the lowest bid of 5.3 per cent. The Twin Bridges bank bid six per cent in their written entry. The council rejected the bids on the sale of the bonds since no construction firm bid on the actual work. The council will apparently call for bids on the bonds and the construction again in January. In other city business Monday, the council heard a report from Director of Public Works Harold Mercer that oiling of Main Street from the Pella Lutheran Church to the railroad tracks on the east side of Sidney will begin sometime this week. :':':':': i:': i:i:': .:!:-: ":::':':': ": ":': ":-:':':':':':':':':" :':': ":':':':':':':':;.:':':':.;: i:'.':':':': ":':':':':" :;: :: ;:::;:::::;:::;:::::::::::: ::::::::::::::: :::: :: ::::: ::::::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::: :5: ::::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::: :: ::::::: ::::::::::: :::;:;:':;.:':':" :'::::::::::: PIONEER AND OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF RIC'HLAND COUNTY 00rralb "'Montana's Top Award Winning Family Newspaper" Montono Better Newspoper Contest tot 1973 Vol. 66 - No. 40 The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., October 3, 1973' Price 15c ......... ...o.oo....o.o.oo...o....o..oooo.o..o..,.,, ...,.,.,...o.. .............. ............................. Nels Anderson Volunteers will observe special week The Sidney Volunteer Fire ment will be observing Fire Preven- tion Week Oct. 7 - 13. The department will begin its ob- servance of the week by paintins slogans on the downtown sidewalks to remind everyone to stop fires. An antique fire wagon will be on display downtown. The fire trucks will be traveling around the city during the noon hour with a public address system to make everyone aware of fire dangers. Fire drills will be held at all schools during the week and fire prevention presentations will be given to rural school youngsters. Literature will be passed out by Sidney firemen to youngsters in the schools and also to adults downtown. The national theme for this year's Fire Prevention Week is "Help Stop Fire." Fix-up day scheduled to help Sidney elderly The Sidney Kiwanis Club will in- stitute a new project this month called Kiwanis Fix - Up Day, a program designed to help the elderly. The project will be staged Saturday, Oct. 13, with Kiwanians and Key Clubbers available to put UP storm windows and make minor repairs before winter for elderly persons in Sidney. Any elderly person in Sidney can call in at 4.2706 or 482-2403 anytime befgre Oct. 13 ff they have work to be dombKiwanb will provide the labor and "the tools. All that is asked is that residents who want the help provide any building supplies necessary to complete the jobs such as weather stripping, nails and boards. Sample projects could include washing and putting up storm win- dows, repairing doors, fixing steps and repairing leaks. Montana - Dakota Utilities has already offered to help provide tools and ladders to help with the project. The FIX - Up Day is part of the Kiwanis major emphasis program for the year which is "Enriching the Lives of the Aging." The club plans several projects to help the elderly people in the community. The group will be taking on the Meals on Wheels program for the month of November which provides a hot meal each day for elderly people in Sidney. "Members of the Major Emphasis committee will also meet with the Senior Citizens this week to offer the club's help in any projects that group could use. The committee will be meeting with the Richlind County Council qn in November to find out specific needs of the elderly in our area. Members of the committee include Harold Mercer, Kenneth Chapman, Rusty Packard, A1 Johns, Math Dasinger, Tim Zent and Russ Wells. J / / , Saddlery opens manager of Sidney opened for business list week. The a felt hat in his clothing store is located on the main South Central Avenue. floor of the building and the tack featuring western shop is in the basement. and a tack shop, -- Don Mrachek Photo .v ............................................... t; ...................................... ;....,...-. ........ ............'./../ .,<;m...,.:.,.. ......... ;...m...L.,':. :.: :.': , : }i! Bicentennial medal I available in Sidney. The official 1973 United States Bicentennial Commemorative Medal is nOw on sale at both Sidney hanks. The banks, Richlind National and Sidney National, have the order blinks necessary to order the medal. The medals will only be available between Oct. I and OCt. 31, 1973. Revenues derived from the sale of medals will he used to provide matching grants to state, local and non-profit groups to iii finance specific Bicentennial projects. :: The medal, second in the national series, honors Samuel ::iii Adams and Patrick Henry, who were largely responsible for the ii! formation of the Committees of Correspondence, which began to iil appear in 1772. iii Each medal is available in either silver or bronze and is iiii packaged in an attractive gold and black display case. i:ii Locally a Rich..rid County Bicentennial Contmittee is ex- ii:: pected to he named by the county commissioners in the near i!i future. The Chamber of Commerce and.other interested parties !iii have already been making preliminary plans for a 1976 !iii Bicentennial projects and celebrations in Sidney and Richlind !:iiii.i countr . !;: :: :: :::;:::::::::::: ::::::::::: :: :: ::. :4 :.:. :.:.v. -.::::::.  :::: ::. :::::: ::: ::.:. :: : :::.::.//.. ..::.;..;:.> :.:. :. :;gg: King and queen Jim Hurst mud Linette Steffan were named king and queen of Sldney's Homecoming act/vities last week. Sidney lost their football game to Glendlve 6 - O in a tough defensive hattie. Hurst and Miss Steffan were nominees from the "uture Teadmr Association at the High School. -- Jeus Ewald Poto Men's WEAR RENTALS Styles and Colors !Reservation Required 482-1405 YOUR HOME IS IN YOUR HANDS - DON'T PLAY WITH FIRE You wouldn't put dynamite in your home, but cleaning with gasoline is just as dangerous! 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