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th first time in two the unemployment rate tana has fallen below six nt according to Era- bent Security Ad- [Itrator Fred Barrett. decline to an estimated r cent unemployment rate f is the result of t Barrett explained. there were 21,950 fewer 1 in this month's labor e due chiefly to the with- of students from the l market to return to ( In addition, total this month was above September, 1972. Unemployment payments pat a eeasonal low - a total  state program checks t  $137,870 were paid last I This was 311 less than the prior week and a decline of 16.5 per cent from the santo 1972 , Barrett added. A schedules ire auction y's Future Farrrrs of ! ca chapter will hold a  Auction Friday after the  sale at Yellowstone I tock Market Center here. Thirty members of the club will be sold at auction for one day's work that will be arranged between the buyer and worker. Proceeds from the slave auction will be used for FFA projects throughout the school year  and for community ser- vice!projects.  Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Oct. 3,1973 late hits low p Farm labor shortages are becoming more conmmn as many migrant workers have left the state, Barrett noted. Libby, down 258 to 254, led the list of 14 offices with fewer claims last week. / Others were: Thompson Falls, down 49 to 36; Kalispell, down 45 to 500; Billings, down 35 to 770; Missoula, down 16 to 713; Great Falls, down 14 to 712; Dillon and Havre, down 8 to 28 and 97; Hamilton, down 5 to 105; Glasgow, Miles City, and Poison, down t to 53, 47 and 95; and Glendive and Wol/ Point, down 2 to 24 and 95. More claims came from: Butte, up 42 to 372; Anaconda, Legal NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of KAREN NELSON, also known as KAREN H. NELSON, Deceased. NOTICE tS HEREBY GIVEN by ttte undersigned ,Milton G. An. derson, Executor of the estate of Karen Nelson, A,K.A, Karen H. Nelson deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having Claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four (4) months after the first publication of this notice, to the said Executor at the law offices of Milton G. Anderson, Attorney for the Estate, located in the Sidney Drug Building, P. O. Box 73, Sidney, Montana,' the place appointed for the transaction of the business of the estate in the County of Richland. Dated Oct. 3, 1973. MILTON G. ANDERSON, Executor of the Estate of KAREN NELSON,also known as KAREN H. NELSON, Deceased. MILTON G. ANDERSON P. 0. B,x 73 Located-in Sidney Drug Building Sidney, Montana 59270 At?orney Pro Se { Publish Oct. 3, 10, 17 and 24, 1973) up 18 to 138; Bozeman, up 15 to 212; Livingston, up 9 to 56; Cut Bank, up6 to40; Helena, up 4 to 247; and Shelby, up 1 to 36. Lewistown, with 45 claims and Sidney, with 22 claims, did not change. Testing clinic scheduled here The Richland County Health Department will be conducting a TB Tine Testing Clinic Oct. 9 in the basement of the Library building in Sidney from 10 a.m. to noon and 1 to 2 p.m. The reading of the test will be Oct. 11 in the basement of the Library during the same hours. Everyone tested Oct. 9 will have to return Oct. 11, for the reading. Cards will be issued. There will be a $1 charge to cover cost of testing materlal. Around end Cowboy Dave Wllllmms races around end for a short gain during Little League football action here Thursday. Will/aras' team stopped the V/k/rigs 8-0 as play got under way in the league last week. The league has four teams that are sponsored by the Sidney Jaycees. -- Don Ml'achek Photo Trappers receive tips The fair prices brought by some types of furs last season and a growing interest in winter recreation may be in- centive for increased trapping this season. TREATING TRAPS Traps should be treated to remove oil films, newness and human odor. Boll traps in a solution of one can of lye to 10 gallons of water. Place trap rings between the jaw to hold them open during cleaning and coloring. Remove traps and leave outside until they become heavy with rust. Remove rust with a wire brush and boll cleaned traps in bark tea until they turn a bluish - black. Bark tea is made by boiling about a gallon of bark chips in two gallons of water. Use a pair of canvas gloves for bandling the traps after they have been treated. CHECKING TRAPS For both humane and practical reasons, traps should be checked at least every 48 hours. AnJmais trapped for long periods suffer both physically and mentally. Many will "wring off" or gnaw off feet in frantic attempts to escape. PLACING TRAPS Traps must be placed on a firm footing so they will not move ff a part other than the pan is stepped on. With dirt sets, traps should be firmed with soft pressed around the G/ft for outgoing president .BHIM6Ii celve a  tram club, is presented the g by Jae Best;flie run and dig it up. at the ann,.ml Installation and new Sidney Kiwunls president. Always bend springs on long Banquet Saturday evening.. --ROSs Wells Photo /mmedlate past president of the , 11 [ [ I llSllll KRIS & RITA - FULL LEON RUSSEL-HANK MOON LIST S5,98  WILSON'S BACK LIST SB,98 ROLLING STONES-GOATS THE ALLMAN BROTHERS - HEAD SOUP LIST aS.B8 BROTHERS AND SISTERS LIST @8,98 HAll Iqlli lSCm k, Ammm Ilmd GRAND FUNK - WE'RE AN ROBERTAFLACK-KILLING AMERICAN BAND LIST $8.98 ME SOFTLY LIST $8,1)8 springs and jaws. It a trap gives when stepped on, a fox or coyote may suspect a mouse spring traps toward the trigger side so the free Jaw can lie flat. TRIPS'rICKS A guido stick, or trtp stick, is often helpful in directing the step of an animal. Animals will seldom step on objects they can step over. Place a small stick, about two inches high, on either side of the concealed trap. Approaching animals will step over sticks onto the trap pan. TAGGING TRAPS Trappers must fasten metal on all traps. The tags must 5ear the trappers' names and addresses. Exceptions are provided for landowners trapping with permits on their own lands and irrigation ditch right, of. ways contiguous to the land. LICENSE8 In order to trap furbearers, i Have yau tried , EDNA'S CAFE South of Sidney? If you haven't Yonr ndssing tbe flaest Home cooldag there Is Starting 0ct. 8 Edna's will be open 7 days a week - Plus. starttq urs., Oct. 4, Tbere Wmla Special Every Thursday from 4-7 p.m. Edna's first special will be Fish & Chips Tuee .'Roll, Coleslaw Aml coffee Sl .50 Once you eat at Edna's Cofe Y0're Sure te Come Back Remember that special every Thursday i I CHEECH AND CHANG - L AnT aARFUNKEL.ANGEL COCH|NOS LIST 9 CLARE LIST 86.9S All Stereo LPs All Tapes Reg. =5" Reg. =5" Now Now =38s s479 Sidney Music Mart Sidney , 115 E. Main Phone 482-2906 persons must have either a general trapper's license or a landowner's trapping license. Trappers must obtain per- mission of landowners before trapping on privately owned land. For complete trapping regulations, contact the department of fish and game. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4 Noon -- Kiwanis meeting, Lalonde Hotel Viking Room 6:45 p.m. -- Al- Ateen, Richland National Bank 8 p.m. -- Al - Anon, Richland National Bank 8 p.m. -- AA, Richland National Bank FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5 2:30 p.m. -- Dedication ceremonies at the Richey Museum MONDAY, OCTOBER 8 12: 30 - 2: 30 p.m. -- Sidney Christian Women's Club, Elk's Club dining room. Call 15 for reservations TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9 7:30 p.m. -- Unit 12 American Legion Auxiliary meets at the home of Mrs. ERa Thogerscn WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 10 6 p.m. -- GTA patronage meeting, Moose Lodge Sidney girls down Froid Deb Prevest poured in 27 Daslnger had I point. points in one half to lead Sid- Frold's varsity ney's varsity glrl's basketball Sidney's team" 27 - team to a 5g - 24 victory over Lepplen scored 6 Frold Tuesday night'. Whiting and Prevost scored 2 points in the while Joni Grinold, first half and was taken out of Dotson, Lynn Desini', the game early in the first Holland Tracy quarter when she got into foul 2 points. trouble. She scored a total of 29 points in the game. The Sidney team led 14 - 5 at the end of tbe first quarter, = - S I 12 at the half and 40 - 16 after three quarters of play. WEATHEn Adding scores for Sidney Date H were Shirley Dreyer with 8, Sept. 2S Sept. 26 65 Diane Emly and Maureen Sept. 27 77 Wamsley with 6 each, Annette Sept. 28 77 Ronningen with 4, Joan sept. 29 sO Sept. 30 Sl Amundson with 3, Joyce Oct.| 7S Rambur with 2 and Lynn Total, 14.04 inches. LOII average 11.99 IncheS. BIRTHS Elks party needs Mr. Falrvlew, girl, Sept. Ip Mr. and Mrs. Randy sportsmen's he sdnay, g,r,, sad, =6, 7 , An Elks Club party is in need MARn0AOn LlCSN|| of help from the sportsmen. None The Piggy Bank Night His and Hers Party is in need of wild game and Rocky Mountain Plan on oysters, reports dub members. Attending the All meat donations can be left Sons of Norway at the Elks Lodge for the AanmdLotefl banquet which will be held Nov. Dinner 3. Saturday, The pleasure of your company is requested at a reception to celebrate the Twenty-Fifth Wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Merland Iverson on Sunday, October Seventh Nineteen Hundred Seventy.three at Two O'clock in the afternoon Our Savior's Lutheran Church Brockton Mr. and Mrs. Joe Prevost Will be honored at an OPEN HOUSE for their 25th wedding anniversary Sat., Oct. 1 3, 1 973 at the MOOSE IALL Recepon 7 to S p.m. --- Dance 9 to  P" All friends and relatives are invited to attend TRUCKLOAD A,PPLIAN Catalog Store EVERY MAJOR APPLIANCE IN STORE- ON SALE! Hurry in now for big savings on every appliance in stockl Deluxe models in- cluded-use your Wards "Charg-all" account--just say, "Charge it." Come in and see all the great buys todayl PLUS... ONE WEEK ONLY SALE ON THESE SPECIALS ENDS OCT. 1Oth . . . HURRY! SAVE $30--19" Diagonal color "IV, one touch color control, AFC in- stant picture and sound, UHF, VHF Antennas. Reg. 329.95 ......... SAVE $10--30" Over-Under Range, Continuous cleaning eye level oven, black glass door, waist high broiler --gas or elec. Reg. 199.88 ...... SAVE $50--12 cycle dishwasher, 6 level wash, 150 , 160 sanitizing washes, forced air dry, Walnut top. Reg. 319.95 ................ 299" 189" 269" SAVE $64--Deluxe 22-cu. ft. frostless, 3 - door side - by- side refrigerator- freezer. Freezer holds whopping 237 Ibs., 7-day meat keeper, 4 ad- justable shelves, 2 cold controls, on rollers, ice maker opt., extra. Reg. 449.95 ................ SAVE $40--Deluxe 15.2 cu. ft. frost- less refrigerator freezer, large 166 lb. freezer section, adjustable shelves, rollers, only 60" high. Reg. 289.95 .............. .. HANSEN CATALOG AGENCY Ph. 482-1220 Sidney* 121 - 2 - NI