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POPLAR 9999 �EXP DATE �25 N ROBERTS HELENA MT 59601 SHOPPER POST or f r" ?* rty TO -vi'v� DENTAL HEALTH FAIR POSTER CONTEST W INNERS Left to right, standing - Darn Boyd (Brockton), Ronald Walking Eagle (Brockton), Crystal Nelson (Poplar), Joaquin Andrews (Brockton). Front row - Gary Lone Bear (Brockton), Gary Zimmerman (Poplar), Roxanne Lambert, 2nd-year winner (Poplar). DL\T \L HL \LTM I MR HELD The Ird annual tVituI Health Fair was led 0� t. 1 2-1 > lor grades K-5 plu-. HeufNt.iM lor Poplar at d Brockton. Tru- theme was "Treasure ^ our Teeth", with evertone dressed as pirates. The booths were "Toothbrush Inn" (oral hygiene instruc -tion); "<jaller> ol Good Treats", nutrition b<uith; "IHS Fluoride Shio", lluonde Swish-Swash introduction; plus fishing pond and puppet show on good dental care. A total of a03 kids �erc seen during the week. Poster contest winners received a T-shirt. The Nursing Home residents acted as judges. HALLOWEEN MARKED ANIMALS If you are hunting this fall and see some animals sporting a gaudy neckpiece, you're not hallucinating. Across Montana a variety of animals ranging from mountain goats to grizzly bears have been marked with collars and ear tags. Some are even wearing miniature radio transmitters, loe Egan, ol the Montana Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks, said that it is perfectly legal to shoot a marked animal during the hunting season. But if y�11 do shoot one, the department is anx-to have collars and any other markers returned to them. If you just see a marked animal, the department is interested in that too. Biologists will want to know when and where the animal was taken or seen, color of the collar and kinds of symbols on it. Egan said that some of the collars are strips of vinyl backed with canvas. Other collars of white plastic tubing hold small radio transmitters so the wearers can be followed over a period of time. Agan added that the purpose of marking animals is to determine their seasonal distribution and their movement patterns. This information is important to wildlife management. M ft* uiption. U \Tl S�//j per > e \r \omi\ \tio\\ |\>r \m j OMMIT1 EE I armors are asked to nominate candidates of their choice to be on the \SC community commit to* ballot. >u>>. Rger Lee, chairman of Roosevelt Count) Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation ASC) Committee. The ASC' com in unit) < onvn-ittee election will be conduced trorn Nov. 26 to Dec. fy b> mail ballot. The seven ASC communities in Roosevelt Count) are: N. Wolf Point, Wo!I Point, Poplar, Brockton, Froid, Culbertson, and Mc-Cabc-Bainv ille. ASC committees arc responsible for managing government farm programs on the local level. To meet the needs of individual producers ASC committee members must be concerned and responsible individuals, Mr. Lee said. Roosevelt County farmers have the opportunity to nominate persons they feel would best serve the farm community. Farmers have received petition forms by mail and are now submitting them to the county ASCS office. A few basic considerations should be kept in mind when circulating petitions, Mr. Lee said. In order to be valid, petitions must be limited to FT PECK DIABETIC RUN The Diabetic Association will be holding a Benefit Run on October 30, 1982 with the proceeds going to advance the purpose of diabetic research and education. The events will be 10 kilometer and 2 mile runs, for the different age groups. Entry fee is $5 or a minimum of $5.00 pledges. Entry fee includes T-shirt. Registration is at 12 noon. Starting time of race is I pm on October 30, 1982 in front of the Fort Peck Motel. For more information or regustration forms write Patricia M. Bondy, Box 226, Ft. Peck, MT 59230. Ph. 526-32U0, home or 228-<*<*2<*, work. .... POSTAS >0rV.R, iff. October 21, 1982 one nominee ear h, must include written certification that the nominee is willing to serve if elected, must be signed by at least three eligible farm voters in the -\SC community, and must be rec cived in the county ASC office no later than Nov. I. Farmers may circulate or sign nominating petitions for as many candidates as they choose. Anyone wishing to nominate a farmer for the ASC committee election may contact the county ASCS office for full details, including eligibility requirements of the office holders "Farmers should petition for and elect these individuals they feel would do a good job as a member of the ASC committee. The election of concerned farmers to positions on ASC committees is essential in the administration of farm programs," Mr. Lee said. Mr. Lee further explained that the county ASCS office welcomes all valid petitions. The opportunity to nominate, vote, and be elected to office is guaranteed to all farmers regardless of race, religion, sex, age, color or national origin. FISH, WILDLIFE AND PARKS PERSONNEL IN UNIFORM When Fish, Wildlife and Parks personnel are on duty you will know them. Jim Flynn, director of the department said that all field personnel have been issued uniforms and will wear them while on duty, excepting at formal occasions. "Uniforming of field personnel is another step toward better public relations," Flynn said. "Moreover visibility will give Montanans a chance to become better acquainted with department people. It will also be an aid in law enforcement." The 1981 legislature provided the funds for the new uniforms to accomplish tese objectives. Snap out of it on Nov. 18th. We're asking every smoker to quit for 24 hours on Nov. 18th. And well even help. Just ask us for a free "Larry Haeman Special Stop Smokin Wrist Snappin'RedKubberBand!'You might find that not smoking can be habit-forming Thai Amanean Cancar Society J. This apace contributed �s a putte service
|Title||The Poplar Shopper 1982-10-21|
|Description||The Poplar Shopper.|
|Contributors||Historical Society of Montana. Microfilm Division.|
|Contributing Institution||Fort Peck Tribal Library|
|Geographic Coverage||Poplar (Mont.); Roosevelt County (Mont.)|
|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|
|Digitization Specifications||Digitization and metadata by The University of Montana Maureen and Mike Mansfield Library. Images scanned by The Crowley Company from microfilm to master TIFF files at 300 PPI, 8 bit grayscale using a Mekel Mark V microfilm scanner. Derivative images created using PhotoShop CS4. OCR was performed with Abbyy FineReader 10 corporate edition.|
|Digital Collection||Fort Peck Reservation Newspapers|
9999 �EXP DATE
�25 N ROBERTS HELENA MT 59601
f r" ?* rty TO -vi'v�
DENTAL HEALTH FAIR POSTER CONTEST W INNERS
Left to right, standing - Darn Boyd (Brockton), Ronald Walking Eagle (Brockton), Crystal Nelson (Poplar), Joaquin Andrews (Brockton). Front row - Gary Lone Bear (Brockton), Gary Zimmerman (Poplar), Roxanne Lambert, 2nd-year winner (Poplar).
DL\T \L HL \LTM I MR HELD
The Ird annual tVituI Health Fair was led 0� t. 1 2-1 > lor grades K-5 plu-. HeufNt.iM lor Poplar at d Brockton. Tru- theme was "Treasure ^ our Teeth", with evertone dressed as pirates. The booths were "Toothbrush Inn" (oral hygiene instruc -tion); "