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2- The Mdney Herald, Sidney, Moot., Wed., Oct. 17,1973 ASCS nominations due "> ' N I .. odnatlons for candidates ; {w the community AgrlcuRural Stebll/natioo and atioo , ASC) committees will dose Oct. 26, reports Fran Wamsley, ,uecutive director of the County ASCS office. ,, Predi the November - 3" December mall elections, any three farmers may nominate a candidate by signing a petition. Farmers may sign as many petitions as they like. The petition may be on any sheet of paper as long as it includes a statement that the nominee has Two persons die "n :,:. auto mishaps "Two semu'ate auto accidents accord to the Montana ;I   uv of two persom way Patrol. Oil eastern Montana highways, Parade slated on Halloween A Halloween Parade will be ,held in 8/dney Oct. 31 for youngatars in kindergarten :thrash  grade. Youngsters are asked to gatber at the Moose Lodge at 6 :p.m. for the parade downtown. treat will be given after the  Tenprlzes will be awarded or t two categories for and most orOnal. : The event ls spensored by the oys and Girls Committee of  Sidney Kiwanis Club. OATE WEATHER H L P DCt. 9 53 40 .00 Oct. 10 57 30 ,00 Oct. 11 52 34 .00 Dot. 12 62 29 .00 Oct. 13 67 33 .00 Dot. 14 66 39 .00 Dct. lS 54 27 .00 Total 14.14 Inches. Long - term ?verlge 12,2)' Inches, BIRTHS ' Mr. and Mrs. RonoId Gurney, ldrNry, boy, Oct. 11, 6 Ibs. 4V= oz$. MARRIAGE LICENSES Lorlye C. Dean, Sidney, end :hirl(me R. Kuhn, Sidney, made ppilcitlOfl Oct, 12. Killed in a one-car crash just north of Fairview was Dennis J. Pore, 20, Fairvtew. The Montana Highway Patrol said Pore was killed when the car be was in went out of control Thursday night on Montana 200 and rolled over several times. A companiou in the car, Tim Tabbert, 20, Fairview was hospitalized in serious coo- dltion at Community Memorial Hospital in Sidney following the mishap. William H. Pelletier, 38, Regina, Sask., was killed late Friday in a two - vehicle crash on U. S. H/ghway 2 east of Bainville. The patrol said the car in which Pelletier and a com- panion were riding went off the highway and then crossed beck onto the roadway and collided with a pickup truck driven by Edward Nelson, 34, Shelby. Peiletier's companion Harvey Kahnapase, 38, Moscow, Sask., was hospitalized in Willlston, N. D. Nelson escaped injuries while his wife, Jean, was 1teated for minor injuries, the patrol said. Dare was a 1971 graduate of Fairview High School and attended Vocational Technical School in Helena. He was working for Holly Sugar in Sidney at the time of his death. Services for Dora were held Monday in Trinity Lutheran Church in Sidney. Burial was in the Fairvlew Cemetery. agreed to serve if elected. Nominations must he turned in at the county ASCS office by the closing date. Wamsley says that so far, no petitions have been signed nominating candidates. The petitioo period began Oct. 4. With few exceptions, anyone, eligible to participate in ASCS farm actioo programs may he nominated for ASC committee posts. Producers 70 years old and farmers not having farm- ing interests within the respective community are not eligible. Most Richiand County producers, however, including owners, tenants and sharecroppers, are eligible. Anyone eligible for nominations cannot be declared inelble because of race, color, creed, sex or national origin. All ASCS programs are non- discrinatory. Before slates are completed, the petitions will he reviewed for validity. In communities where the slate is not filled by 'nominating petitions, the community ASC committee must nominate to complete a slate of six nominees. Farmers nominated by ASC committees must consent to serve. Newsprint cost increase noted MONTREAL- Bowater Paper Corp.'s North American sales unit has advised its customers that it intends to raise newsprint prices $15 a ton, effective Jan. 1, and a further $10 a ton next July 1. The two increases would raise newsprint prices to  a ton in Northern U.S. states and eastern Canadian markets, and to $193 a ton in Southern U. S. states. Bowater Paper said the price increases on that part of productioo that is from its U. S. is subject to approval of the U. S. Cost of Living Council. Should Bowater he preventod from applying the price in- creases as planned they would take effect when permitted by the council, the cooknany said. Production frem the company's Canadian milk isn't subject to cost council controls. Bowater Paper said the price increases are necessary because of tncraased costs of fUel and other supplies and higher costs resulting from recent labor settlements. Bowater Paper also an- nounced that because of operating problems at U. S. and Canadian newsprint mills, aggravated by the recent Canadian rail strike, it is being forced to reduce on a pro - rate baals the amount of newsprint shipped to customers. The amount of the cutback hasn't yet been determined, Bowater Paper said, but customers would be advised as soon as possible. The reduced ship. ments won't affect small customers, Bowater Paper said. Youth eligible under program Many youth from this area are eligible for free training, according to Tom Sutliff, Furthermore, Bowater Paper said demand for newsprint far exceeds supply, and the company is reviewing in detail how much tonnage it will have available to supply in 1974. TD interception FBlrvlew's Kevln Sullivan game both offensively and crosses the goal line un- defensively in the Falrvlew touched after he intercepted a WBrr/ors 43- 8 onncing of the Jordan pass and carried it in Mustangs. The game was from the 23 - yard llne. Falrvlew's Homecoming Sullivan had an outstanding finale. -- Don Mrackek Photo Glendive man named district vice president Thomas J. Hanrahan, Glendive attorney, has been named vice president of the Seventh Judicial District by the Montana Bar Association, it was announced today by MBA president Henry Loble of Helena. The Seventh Judicial District includes Dawson, McCone, Richiand and Wibaux Counties. A graduate of Notre Dame University, Hanrahan, 43, is in private practice in Glendlve. He was an FBI agent from 1954 - 57, Montana State Assistant Attorney General from 1975 - 6O, and Lewis and Clark County Attorney from 1960 - 68.-In I he was named Notre Dame's "Man of the Year." Hanrahan was a member of the Montana National Guard from 1948.1960; is a member of the Montana Bar Association, chairman of the Rules Corn- of. the Rocky Mountain Development Council in Helena. 7:30 p.m. -- Fairvlew vs. Broadus, Fairvlew football field THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18 No -- Pancake and sausage luncheon for senior citizens, iNooo -- Kiwanis meeting, Laioude Hotel Viking Room 6:46 p.m, -- A1 - Ateen, Richiand National Bank i8 p.m. -- AI- Anon, Rlchland National Bank :8 p.m. -- AA, Richland National Bank iB p.m. -- BPW Women's Club, Sidney National Bank spitality room ' ! SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20 4 p.m. -- Annual Lutefisk Supper, Trinity Lutheran Church, :; 7:30 p.m. -- Sidney vs Plentywood, Swanson Field :.  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 23 :30 p.m. -- Rlchland Co. Democratic Women, Wayne Nevins % " manager of the Sidney Em- mittee of the State Democratic i'" ployment OHice. Kiwanis hold Party, past president of the , Training available is in fields Lewis and Clark Bar :, such as heavy equipment annual Fix-up Association, past president of . operator, heavy equipment the Montana County Attorney's repairmen, i laborer .... The dnay Kiwanians held Association. auto methane,  cEntar, thelrflrst ammal Fix - Up Day welder, cook, painting and Saturday with the Key Club-  _: : WEDNESDAY, OCrOBERI7 building maintenance, bers pitching in to get the job oe,,,ors named done. Some 30 elderly residents were aided with storm win- daws, window washing, minor repairs and lawn raking. Kiwanians report that they did not make it to all the residents who had signed up for the prngram. The club plans to make the Fix. Up Day an ammal event to help the senior citizens in the community. The program is in line with the group's major emplum program this year, "Enriching the Lives of the Ago" Orlyn Loge Pharmacist in Charge WHITE DRUG White's Prescription Policy To guarantee low prescription Prices... IN FACT Young ladies are eligible to receive training in such fields as nursing, nurse aide, X-ray technician, dental assistant, clerk typist, secretary and comtolnglst. Both young men and young women have the opportunity to finish their high school at the same time. Eligible youth receive money while they learn and receive a substantial bonus upon completioo. Any youth interested should stop at the Employment Office at 120 S. Central, in Sidney or call 4-1204, Sutl/ff said. ... White's is first to bring discount prescription prices to Sidney for exchange Ten Sidney seniors have been selected for the International Student Exchange program with Regina, Sask. Leaving for Regina this weekend will be Brad Hall, Paul Chrlstianson, Dawn Goebel, Danette Scitz, Robert Scbollk, Dave Nelson, Lynette Steffan, Jeff Anderson, Pam Koch and Kay Whiting. The students will spend a week in Canada going to school, touring and enjoying Canadian, entertainment. Transportation and lodging is arranged be- tween the Sidney and Regina Kiwanis Clubs. Following the week's stay in lgina 10 students from there will come to Sidney for a week. The program is sponsored by the International Affairs Committee of the Sidney Kiwanis Club. Fairview girls top Poplar JV Falrview's girl's basketball team downed Poplar's junior varsity team 32 - 24 Tuesday night. Laura Sundbeim led Fair- view scoring with 10 points widle Roxy Taylor added 6 and Shirley Cook and Rachel Daniels each added 4. Also scoring were Linda Iversoo, Sherry Dahl and Judy Slmonsoo with 2 each, and Sherry Burgess with I. Falrvlew has moved their unbeaten string to 5. They are 5 - 0 for the season. The Fairvtew girls will travel to Poplar for another game Oct 23. Local student attends seminar Mrs. Bath Raaen, a student Bt Concordia College, Moorbead, Minn., represented her school at the 13th annual International Church Music Seminar Oct. 3 - 7 at Roanoke Fulkerson Funeral H, "and The Cloyd-Gorder Chapel" JACK FULKERSON HOMER Sidney, Montana THE Introducing... a new line of Electronic Calculators Pioneers in By SHARP Electronic Calculators EL - 804 Electronic New four. function, easy to read, desk top electronic display calculator. Features: floating decimal point, chain calculations, t0r,o... tant tiler or Weight 2.2 Ibs. CS - 626 Printing Calculator All the fine features including add mode, chain calculations, automatic spacing, buffered registers, round off or down, derflow, repeat additioo and subtraction, automatic constants.., plus direct access memory, and a quiet step -start motor. 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