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0000itHunter Rescue lJli'ound the fire. [I After that it was simply a l|waiting game for the hunters as ||they built up several fires to |iIp the helicopter rescue ef- |[fort. They reported that '*firewood was becoming scarce i toward the end of the ordeal. W* ! On the shore a large bonfire ded t|Was ignited and several cars nt llWere parked in a large circle on lee clearmg to atd the landing of onlhe copter. About 25 persons m|had gathered on the shore, _,[!IlOst of them peace officers. u;t: Shortly after 10:30 p.m. a _ l)'oar in the dark sky ended the bettyattlng game and a strong tent Itham .of light followed the illund over the river. The ;00'opt00r scanned the scene and . 0000paded for the island. !1 The helicopter made several 00Ling . . . (Continued from Page 1) Previously this rate was of- fered only to nonprofit or public t.ly applicants. 5. l,imited profit borrowers ill he allowed a six per cent return on their initial in- Vestment. The loan will be ited to 95 per cent of either development cost or the ralue of Security, whichever is ss. Nonprofit borrowers may Ceive 100 ,p,r cent financing. MI borrowers must have orking capital at least equal two per cent of the value of lille loan b'HA expect. these changes to niaterially increase the Upply of rental housing for ral peopli, according to Mr. liley. passes over the island looking 1'oi" a suitable place to land. A landing was attempted, but apparently the sight was not right so the chopper took to the air again to make another attempt. On the second try the helicopter landed on the island. Onlookers from the shore were quiet as they watched the ropter stir up snow on the island and lift off. In just a few seconds the helicopter was on shore and off again. As the whirlwind of snow settled, the light of the bonfire revealed four hunters with their guns. The helicopter returned to the island and brought back the four remaining men. It seemed like only a few minutes and the copter was off again on its way home to Bismarck, N. D. The (:hopper had stopped at Williston to refuel and pick up Sheriff l,utz and then stopped ,ain at Sidney to pick up Sheriff Grinolds. The men suffered no injuries or frostbites, but they were in a hurry to get to Reed's far- rehouse and warm up. Club Schedules Election Meet The Monl)ak Wagon Train Club will hold its election I,eeting Dec. 9 at the Sidney Scout Cabin. The club will furnish meat for a potluck supper to begin at 6:30 p.m. The business meeting, election and Christmas party will follow the supper. Three directors are to be elected for three year terms to replace outgoing directors John King, "l)uff" Bell and Terry Vt,rhasselt. Events Calendar DEC. 11-16 L4  4 -6 p.m. -- Canned and dried food drive, Cub Scouts collec- ".g THURSDAY, DEC. 7 d 2p.m. -- CowBelles, Sidney National Bank Hospitality Room [ ! Noon - Kiwanis, Ialonde Hotel, Viking Room 1;:30 I).m. -- Farm Bureau Christmas Party, Sidney Club. tit' 8 p.m. - Alcoholics Anonymous, basement of Pella Lutheran el urch II| II p.n . - AI - Anon, basement of Pella l,utheran Church  SATURDAY, DEC. 9 !9 a.m. - Food Sale, Valley Hardware, sponsored by People's t . 1 I ) ngregaUonal Church ladies .1!!:30 I).m. -- MonDak Wagon Train Club election rneeting, ; dney Cabin WARMING UP -- Hunters rescued from a Yellowstone River island, relax and warm up near a warm fire on the west hank of the river. The hunters were stranded on the island when ice floating down the river prevented them from returning to the main shore in their boat. Sidney Herald publisher Russ Wells, third from right, discusses the ordeal ith the hunters. -- Don Mraehek Photo Money Drive For Band (Co||tinued frl)m Page 1) Warehouse Market, Russell's Market, F. T. Reynolds, Gate City Dairy, Elk's Club and Elk's Kitchen, Frandsen's Agate and (lift Shop, John Stockhill .Icwelers, Walker's Shoes, Junso's Gambles Store and Furniture Outlet, Sobolik's, Sidney National Bank, Richland National Bank, Montana - Dakota Utilities, J. C. Penney, Music Mart and Mcl)onald's. Several other merchants and individuals have made con- E E The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont., Wed., Dec. 6, 19Y Childers Will Hold Seminar Ken Childers, Social Security Representative from the Miles C.ity office will conduct a social .ecurity seminar at 7:30 plm. l)(,c. 13, at the Sidney NatiOnal Bank Community room. He will be discussing the provisions of Former Teacher Dies In Missoula A retired Sidney school teacher, l,co Smith, died in Missoula Monday nlorning, according to reports received hy Syl Braaten. Further details and a com- pleted ohituary will appear in the Sidney HeraM next week. Police Court Dale L. Messmer, Sidney, com- pleted $210 fine for DWI charge on March 16. Waiter J. Obergfell, 48, Sidney, $300 fine for DWl. Fred Schock, 46, Sidney, $210 fine for DWI. Stanley G. Hurst, 20, Plentywood, $210 fine for DWI. Margaret S. Wind, 58, Savage, $20 fine for speeding. Greg M. Delorme, 17, Williston, $20 fine for speeding. Merl H. Kenyon, 53, Acton, Mont., $25 bond forfeiture for speeding. Ronald R. Anderson, 20, Lambert, $20 fine for careless driving. I I Are You cial security with special emphasis on the 1972 social security amendments signed into law last Oct. 30. He will also answer questions on social security and medicare coverage. The Sidney I,ions Cluh is assisting with the arrangements. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. All interested persons are urged to attend. IIIIII II I Self-Empl0yed? ? ? (Most farmers & ranchers are) If you are, you may be interested in reducing your income tax costs. You can do this by establishing a Qualified Keogh Plan. ':For further information without obligation call or write Ray N. Whiting, Representative Box 308 Phone: Bus. 482-2408 allowed to usethe carwash one will be held in the gym ira- to go toward the band fund. afternoon and keep the money mediatc.ly after the concert. A Area persons are urged to for the fund. The wash was held bowl for the band program at join with Harry Mikelson in a in October. the Sidney Bowling Center is weight losing contest. He is A continuous project being also in the planning stage along offering $1 for every pound he conducted is "slave day" with a special auction down- loses before the trip. where students are hired by town. A radio marathon talent show individualsand businesses for a A guitar, pair of dolls and two is also planned. The show will short period of time and the afghans will Ie the items for allow persons to request money placed in the band trip two drawings to be held Jan. 5 another's performance for a fund. Some of the slave jobs after the Sidney - Glendive t:ertain amount of money for have included loading straw basketballgame here. Students the fund. ))ales, putting on storm win- arc now selling tickets on the In addition to all the daws, painting, raking, items, materials and time band shoveling, minor home repairs A care and share program Inembersand their parents are and babysitting. Anyone has been initiated for the rural donating, each family will be wanting a slave can contact people where persons bringing contributing a portion of the tributions and will be helping i',and Director Howard Hunke. wheat and barley to the trip's cost, reports Betty ..... MONDAY, DEC. 11 , , , with future projects planned to 59 d213'6, .*, p.ili..--:, .... Sidney, Christian.. Women s Club.., ......... I,uhcheon, Elks  rai se nody 'Ior the' band trip:" . Tht .next project wil[ be a elcyatQrs i,n " S}dney cart Cumming, chairman of the Sidnev, M t. 2. 7 0  dlui, dmmg room. Call 482,3615 for reservatmnsy lec. & ." ....... ; ]ancyn;,i bakethesaleseniorDeC.High19 (lesignate a portion of the load Band Par,,nts. '  ' i " ""-,at TUESDAY DEC 12 .... ,'rne tirs major project nero :" :"!' ' ' "" " "' I'y the band trip group was a fo,,o,,,ng jj  j  ........., __, j ...,,t'7:30 p m -- RIchland Umt 12, Amemcan l,egion Auxflmry,  Christmas Concert. The sale | , ..... , o oa me"--ideal , ,, , l,mcake and Sausag y .kta rhogersen home. Mrs. Alice Kendall, co-hostess. ":!t  from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Nov. 25 at te .... the Moose. The event netted drY! _ .... $1,200 for the fund. Spec!al :;";. Christ, mas 00uneral Home i donations to the feed were 00Statistics l IC-  art t t .s= =rt .t, t ,vt t w, II made by Ted ,lcnsen, Rssell's totud_Gorder Chanel'" JJ Market, Reynolds and Gate  --  o.o.ool "*, Dairy. WEATHER Date H L P LKI:H:SUN tlUNil:l't LUHUI:Ill Another project was a car Nov, 2a 27 7 tr I " ,'Till ;-" Sidney, Montana IlJi washl,, at the Kallevig Car Wash NOV. 29 41 8 tr. ,, Nov. 30 36 26 .00 f-\\; " ..... '' ....... on l:ast Main. Students were Dec. 1 30 ,3 .]3 : Dec. 2 14 -16 ,15 l Dec. 3 -6 -24 .00 Dec. 4 -4 -26 tr. Total precipitation this year is le 17.49 inches, Long - term average is 13.04 inches. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pust, Sid- Royal Digital-00 The Office Calculator In Pocket Size A Great Christmas Gift Only =159 ney, girl, Nov. 29, 6 Ibs. 2V, ozs, Mr. and Mrs. John Stitzel, Fatrview, girl, Dec, 5, 6 Ibs. 10 ozs. MARRIAGE LICENSES David A. Mullin, Lambert, and Merle A. Torgerson, Lambert, applied Nov. 29. ..... E INTER - OFFICE MEM0 Bill, Kay and Frank Say: "Attend the home basketball games this Frklay and Saturday whenour Eagles Ineet Havre and Great Falls Central Here at holllc." "Wish them Well. --TRY-- Carpenter. Seltz Agency Phone 482-1411 /] Battery Powered for Mobility .,.,j See the many other on,,s,,., THIRUD ]] VJ Wrestling at PoPlar /%IIIPI 11 I IBIV  Band Day Downtown vrrl=: urr.-= 1 Varsity Basketball here against Great Falls gentral, e p.m. ,, Sidney 482-1800 Here's the perfect gift for those who have every- inside until he actually opens the can wire a can thing.., and those who like cash. We will actually opener. It's fun . . . and it's unique. All you pay for can crisp, new bills of any denomination right before is the money, the can is FREE. Here is the ideal your eyes. Your gift of cash is sealed up in a No. 2 gift for grandchildren, nephews, nieces, and just size tin can, with an attractive red and green anyone who likes money. Come in ,today and ask Christmas label, ready for giving. The person for your CAN-O-CASH . No gift 'can top this. receiving your gift will not know how much is illl II / SlIDI00IEV,"N00]00'[ONrANA _._ A (Member FDIO Where We 00!ieve Home 48,2-2554 II IIIII I I]11 now you'v e seen everything!