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TRIANGLE E " ""nment "'-'" ntertal . Rick O'Neil Trio ... Every Ntght Except Monday Legal Notices IVITATION FOR BIDS PROJECT NO. S- (13) is hereby given that sealed the construction Of the einafter described received by the State of Highways, Department until 9:00 a.m. on JULY the bids being publicly and read immediately ! Standard Specifications for and Bridge Construction of the tway Commission of Edition, and all or addenda thereto be complied with in the Ion of proposal form except is expressly limited, this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be af- forded full opportunity to submit bids in response to this invitation end will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color, or national origin ?n con- sideration for an award. Plans and specifications are also on file and may be examined in the office of the Federal Highway Administration at Helena, Montana. STATE OF MONTANA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS George Vucanovich, Chairman Montana Highway Commission H. J. Anderson Director of Highways (Publish July 5,and 12 1972) expended or superseded COUNTY BUDGET AND Provisions contained EQUALIZATION NOTICE The Board of County Com. iml: contemplated aggregate surfacing, nnix bituminous base and on 8.968 miles of the Wibaux Road in Richlend County at Station 2031 + 56.0 in 26, T.20 N., R. 59E. ap- miles'north of the Richlarl County Line and to Station 2505 - 00.0 in 10, T. 21N., R. 59 E. Guaranty: No proposal considered unless ac- by a proposal guaranty, amount of at least five per 5 Per cent) of the bid, made payable to the State Department of High- Which at the bidder's option Cashier's or Certified Bank, Postal or Express Order, or Bank Draft. A Bid acceptable (Bid Bonds be countersigned by Mon- ident A corporate required for the performance Of the con- of Highways notifies all bidders that it y insure that in any entered into pursuant to advertisement, minority enterprises will be at- full opportunity to submit response to this invitation Will not be discriminated nst on the grounds of race, or national origin in con- for an award. specifications are also may be examined in the of the Federal Highway nistration at Helena, Montana. - STATE OF MONTANA CO,,EPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS ,_rge Vucanovich, Chairman ",tana Highway Commission H. J. Anderson Director of Highways sh July S and 12, 1972) INVITATION FOR BIDS AID PROJECT NO. 245 (24) UNIT 3 is hereby given that sealed for the construction of the described be received by the State of DepaFtmenf of Highways, Department until 9:00 a.m. on JULY 1972, the bids being publicly NOTICETOCREDITORS and read immediately Estate of Frederick N. Snedigar, Standard Specifications for deceased. land Bridge Construction of the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by Highway Commission of theundersJgned, Elva L. Whiteman, 1970 Edition, and all Administratrix of the estate, of or addenda thereto Frederick N. Snedigar, deceased, to be complied with in the the creditors of and all persons form except having claims against the said it is expressly I!mited, deceased, to exhibit them with the expanded or superseded necessary vouchers within four (4) Special Provisions contained months after the first publication of this notice to the said Elva L. improvement contemplated Whiteman at the law office of Paul iStsof the construction of a 90.0' H. Cresap, 212 Central Avenue 7 miles) concrete slab bridge South, Sidney, County of Richland, Lone Tree Creek] on the Montana. - Sidney Road in Richland " Dated this 5th day of July, A.D., 1972. Structure ts located ap- Xfmately 600" south of the Sidney f Limits. Guaranty: No proposal be considered unless ac- a proposal guaranty, amount of at least five per (5 cent) of the bid, made )ayable to the State Department of High- which at the bidder's option ly be Cash, Cashier's or certified Bank, Postal or Express Order, pr Bank Draft. A Bid is also acceptable (Bid Bonds be countersigned by a Mon. Agent). A corporate missioners of Richlend County, Montana is in the process Of com. plating the Preliminary County Budget for the current fiscal year and said budget will be placed on file and open to inspection in *the office of the County Clerk and Recorder on or before July 17, 1972. The Board of County Com- missioners Will meet in the Com- missioners office in the Courthouse on August 9, 1972at 9:00 A.M. for the purpose of equalizing assessments and fixing the final budget. At this time any taxpayer may appear for or against any part of said budget, or to discuss his assessment. Such hearing shall be continued from day to day and shall be con. eluded and terminated and the budget finally approved and adopted on the 2nd Monday of August, (August 14, 1972) and before the fixing of tax levies by such Board. Dated at Sidney, Montana, this 7th day Of July, 1972. Helen Gierke Ex-Officio Clerk of the Board of County Commissioners (Publish July 12, 19, 26, 1972) NOT ICE TO CREDITORS Estate of Leans Snedlgar, deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, by the undersigned, Elva L. Whiteman, Administratrix of the estate of Leone Snedigar, 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 Elva L. Whtteman at the law office of Paul H. Cresap, 212 Central Avenue South, Sidney, County of Richland, Montana. Dated this Sth day of July, A.D., 1972. Elve L. Whiteman Administratrix Paul H. Cresap 212 Central Avenue South P. O. Address: Box 953 Sidney, Montana Attorney for Administratrix Much discussion was heid on this M Dak M matter, and will be discussed fur- on ixer ther before budget time. Envelozs containing Poll BoOkS, Special Dan Tally Books and Registers were ce locked in the Ballot boxes in Precincts 9 and 21, so a court order for opening the boxes was obtained from Judge L. C. Gulbrandson. Edvard Kristlansen called to check some Road and Bridge claims The remainder of the day was spent auditing claims. At 5:00 P.M. the Board adiourned. June 8, 1972 All members and clerk were present in special session. Bruce Harris and Harold Mercer called to discuss mutual problems of the City and County. Charlie Evenson called on behalf of the museum, and met with this group to discuss the need for financial support from the City and County in the coming fiscal year. NO decisions were reached at this time. Sharon Rau and Marsha Rotate, who is the summer trainee in the Welfare Department, met with the Board to present all current Welfare matters. Ellis Williams and Bud Groskinsky called on the Com- missioners with a Weed Control problem. Bid opening for Gasoline was held as scheduled at 1:30 P.M. Bidders Included the following: Continental Oil Company $.1525 per gallon; Westlend Oil Company $.1542 per The Mon-Dak Mixers held a special dance at St. Matthew's Gym, June 25. Beryl Main of Colorado did the calling. There were 15 squares and pot luck lunch was served after the dancing. There were visiting dancers from Alexander, Williston, Circle, Lambert, Brockton, Glendive and Savage. Several of the dancers from our club went to the Sagebrush Jamboree at Medora this last weekend. Our caller Dean Nelson was among the callers there. Square dancing was in full swing Sunday night with Dean Nelson calling. Kermit and Olive Ferestad from Fairview were visiting dancers. There will be a workshop at the VFW July 22 with Ed Hart gallon; Texaco, Inc. $.1470 per doing the calling. gallon. The bid was awarded to There will be round dance Texaco, inc. At 2:00 P.M. the bids were opened practice at the VFW Tuesday for Diesel Fuel. Bids received were and Friday night at 8. Lee and as follows: Westland Oil Co. NO. 1 $.1648 and No. 2 $.!367; Texaco,inc. Doris Niles will be instructing. No. 1 $.i520 and No. 2 $.1465. The bid There will be dancing at 6 was awarded to Westland Oil Company. Bids for Transmission and Track Roller Grease were opened at 2:30 P.M. Those received were: Westland Oil Company - Special Track Roller Grease $.3300 per lb.; Dura MP Gear Lube Transmission Grease $.1540 per lb.; Continental Oil Company. Conoco 2105 OII SAE 80, 90, 140, $.1575 - 400 No. drum, $1,725 - 120 No. drum, $.1875 35 No. drum.; Conoco Robalube No. 75 $.1850. 400 No. drum, S.2000. 120 No. drum, $.2150 - 35 No. drum; Texas Refinery Corporation c-o Frank McRae TRC No. 890 Varl Purpose Gear Lube $.55 - 415 No. drudh.59 - 225 No. drum, $.60 - 120 drum, $.61 - 4S No. drum; TRC Spat. Purpose Track Roller Lube $.39 - 415 No. drum, $.40 - 225 No. drum, $.41 - 120 No. drum, $.42 - 45 No. drum. The bid was awarded to Continental Oil Company. No bids were received for the 300 P.M. Drug Bid opening. E. N. Wheeler presented the following Road Petitions. W-46 - Petition for a County Road on a County Road by Prescriptive Rights. R.I.P.-74 Petition for Ira. provement of W-46, Beginning at the SW Corner of Section 32.23.56 and ending at the NW Corner of 32.23.56 for one mile of improvement. This petition was laid over. R.i.P. No. 75 Beginning at the NW Corner of Section 15.23.59 and ending at the SE corner of 22-23-59 for 2 miles of (Publish: July 12, 19, 26 and August improvement. Th;s petition was 2, 1972.) also laid over. Elva L. Whiteman Administratrix Paul H. Cresap 212 Central Avenue South P. O. Address: Box 953 Sidney, Montana Attorney for Administratrix (Publish: July 12, 19, 26 and August 2, 1972.) The Weed season is here and it would be appreciated tf all farmers would mow the roads along their land, if possible, as the County does not have the equipment to mow all the roads. Individuals mowing the roads are Myron Schow called concerning the road by his place. The water had gone over the road and into his basement. He was requesting a bridge instead of a culvert. Dr. R. D. Harper was appointed Health Officer for Richland County for the coming fiscal year. Emergency budgets were allowed for the following; County Surveyor $472.78; Insane Hearings $123.63; Hospital and Medical Insurance $203.00; County Treeusrer $2,294.46; County Buildings $120.42; Health Department $629.93; All claims having been audited, they were allowed as follows: RICHLAND COUNTY EX- PENDITURES FOR MAY 1972 GENERAL FUND County Commissioners $1,244.84 Clerk and Recorder 6,421.96 County Treasurer 6,357.39 County Assessor 4,963.97 County Surveyor 467.60 Clerk of District Court 2,170.72 District Court 1,582.36 Sheriff 4,526.37 County Attorney 1,630.94 Justice Courts 10.00 County Buildings 2,006.48 Furniture and Fixtures 983.06 Elect ions 1,870.58 Hospital and Mad. Ins. 500.00 Communication Operators 2,500.00 Civil Defense 198.45 Insane Hearingsand Trans. 403.00 p.m. next Sunday at VFW! Dean Nelson calling. Trucks Aid Shoppers WASHINGTON  Be- cause trucks can go any- where, during all seasons, the shopping habits and menus of Amercan families are vastly different from "the old days." Now, daily truck deliveries to the Nation's shopping centers, large and small, downtown and in the suburbs, offer Americans a veritable king's ransom of choices and values. RICHEY AREA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. James CoRer will host a reception at their home in Riehey for Bill and Cynthia Colter on Sunday, July 16, from 2 to 5 p.m. Everyone welcome ! Medical Care 5,672.04 Furniture and Fixtures 46.25 $12,114.41 Road Fund 8,536.58 Bridge Fund 42,972.29 Agricultural Extension 1,520.00 Nursing Care in the Home Fund 2,595.94 Emergency Employment Act 1,608,30 Weed Control 2,023.20 Reclassification 147.56 Revolving Weed Fund 88.40 Savage Spat. Improvement Dist. No. 2 31.51 County Sheep 1,250.00 City County Planning 49.20 Richland Co, Cemetery Assoc. 10,870.00 County Library 2,910.00 T. AND A. 509.72 At 5:00 P.M. the Board adjourned. June 9, 1972 All members and clerk and deputy were present in special session for the purpose of can- vassing the election returns for the June 6th Primary and Constitution election. This occupied the attention of the Board for the entire day. At 5:00 P.M. the Board adjourned. June 20, 1972 Harold Burke, Andrew Pefersen Jr., and clerk were present in special Welfare session. Sharon Rau presented Welfare matters. bond will be required for the UI performance of the con. of Highways notifies all bidders that it y insure that in any entered into pursuant to entitled to any hay they can Probation Officer 838.76 salvage. Care of Prisoners 137.25 BOAR D OF County Superintendent 2,749.24 COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Health Department 3,877.39 R ICHLAND COUNTY Miscellaneous Ex- (Publish July 12, 19, 1972) pense 068.26 Ambulance 401.00 Total $46,709.62 III [ I III I ._ Commission Proceedings I I III I I II II III III I I OPFICE OF THE BOARD OF aUNTY COMMISSIONERS HLAND COUNTY, SIDNEY, TANA May 31, 1972 All members and clerk were Iesent in pecial session. Harold Lorenz called on the Board Protest the assessment on his )USe. Andrew Petersen, Jr. and E. Wick accompanied Mr. Lorenz Oscar Oison to the house to go v) the appraisement. n Geach and Mary Alice Reh- etn called On the Board to discuss eaith matters, and Don asked for ermission to take two weeks cation. He has already made up e time, so permission was anted. . Ellis Williams called on the missioners to discuss Weed ations. EoAalfred Gierke Jr. called on the ,, rd at their request to discuss bOUnty Road operations. - j At 5:00 P.M. the Board adjourned. ,, s;bers and clerk w.r. i'esent in regular session. beT he meeting was opened by Puty Sheriff Lelf Benson. Minutes of the previous meetings .Wre read, approved and ordered f.e Permission to leave the State was given to County CommiSsioners, COUnty Attorney, Treasurer, Clerk and Recorder, Clerk of Court, sessor, Superintendent of hooIs, Surveyor, Sheriff and his ckPuties, Coroner, and Dr. R. D. Harper. lied Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Butk ca off the Board to dlsculs Road Im. I'ovements tn their area, Jim Wood, Mary Alice Rehbeln, Rod Neuman and Bob LaGuard met with the Commluloners to discuss the Mental Health program. Paul Pischke called on the Board to complain about a culvert that was put in the wrong spot near his farm, so that it is now flooding his fields. The Board agreed to take a look at it to determine whdt should be done. Raymond Schmitz called on the Board to request a culvert. Mrs. Don Birch called to request gravel or scoria on the old Coal Mine road along the Missouri River. The Board agreed to try to get it done bef6re fall. Frank Swisee requested gravel on his road near Savage. At 5:00 P.M. the Board adjourned. June 7, 1972 All members and clerk were present. Sharon Rau called On the Board on Welfare matters. Mrs. Roy Slmonsen and Mrs. Ira Parnn called to complain about conditions in School District No. 11, including the water, sewer, lack of books and teachers which had been hired. The Board referred them to the County and State Superin- tendents. Dr. R. O. Harper, Mary Alice Reh- bein and Bruce Harris met with the Commissioners as a Board of Health. Mary Alice gave her report covering activities of her office for the past month. Dr. Harper discussed some Health matters that have come to his attention this past month. Bruce Harris discussed the landfill dumpgrounds, and reported that it would be opening in the near future and the old One closed. The group discussed the Mental Health program and it was the feeling of all the group that we are not getting much services for the money expended, and should think Of dropping out of the program. POOR FUND Reimbursement to Sate Welfare Dept. 5,526.27 Co. Welfare Admin. Expense 668.53 General Relief 201.32 III I II Alfred Gierke, Jr. called to discuss Road operations with the Board. The plat of a tract in SEI/dNW% of 15-23.59 - Eugene Iversen, etux to Ronald J. Jansen was approved and signed. Harold GrinoIds called on the Board with the new easement for the Saddle Club. It was approved and signed by the Chairman and Clerk. At 5:00 P.M. the Board adjourned. Helen Clarke, Clerk I IIIIIII Thank You... As 1972 Wagon Boss of the MonDak Wagon Train Club I want to express the thanks of myself and the club, to those who pitched in and helped us put on the steak supper and dance at the wagon circle northwest of Sidney the night of July 3, and the "Mini-Wagon- Train" to town and the parade the morning of the 4th. We enjoyed ourselves, hope those who worked with us did too. Thank you, friends and neighbors. I Everett Goldsmith, 1972 Wagon Boss MonDak Wagon Train Club IIII I[111 I I ttl II I I BATTER UP - Lowell Bolken, right, Alexander lost both games of a slams a hit for Alexander during a little double-header to Fairview. Fairview league game at Alexander Friday. catcher Jay Lebsock waits for the ball Market Interest To Oppose Hike Lieutenant Governor Thomas L. Judge said yesterday that eastern grain marketing in- terests will oppose the "no frill" freight rate passed by the Interstate Commerce Com- mission, which reduced the freight rates on Montana" grain moving east, if loaded in ten hours. Judge said, "Freight rates were reduced from 87 cents per hundredweight to 65 cents per hundredweight from Wolf Point to Minneapolis-Duluth and Superior by the Interstate Commerce Commission on Dec. 11,1971. The 12 cent saving was passed on to the farmer by the Montana grain handlers." handlers." Judge said, "A hearing will be held on July 10 in Fargo, North Dakota." The state will be represented at the hearing by Eldon Fastrup of the Montana Department of Agriculture. Others testifying in favor of the reduction will he Vivian Theussen, Dagnmr, of the Montana Graingrowers Association, and Jack Hem- mingson of Reserve. Montana grain growers spend 30 percent of the value of their grain on transportation costs. If the frieght rate reduction does not remain in effect, the farmer will receive less for his grain. The Burlington Nortern has stated that the "no frill" grain rates have boosted their shipments east and has resulted in an improved car supply in market areas by 5O percent, which is of great importance to Montana grain farmers. Truck Taxes Reported WASHINGTON  An- nual state and federal high- way use taxes for a typical heavy truck range from $1,- 654 for a three-axle tractor- trailer (40,000 pounds gross vehicle weight) to $3,400 paid by a five-axle tractor- trailer (72,000 lbs. GVW). The Sidney Herald, Sidney, Mont,, Wed., July 12, 1972.5B with open mitt. Umpire Lyle Clause watches play. --Virg Boehler Photo Pig weaning rations Peavey offers the options: [] Early weaning--Peavey Pig Creep- Tone offers the extra palatability, extra digestibil- ity and extra disease protection that are essential to a healthy start in the critical first 8 weeks. n Standard 8-week weaning --Peavey Pig Hustler is an economical feed with proven taste appeal and health protection. Phone: 482-1309 Sidney, .Montana i q,, Richland Aviation at the SIDNEY AIRPORT is now equipped to cheaply and eficiently handle all your insect control problems They can supply the insecticide and apply it to your beets or alfalfa for a low price of $3.00 an acre with SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Call 482-1832 and remember the Price Is Right at Richland Aviation I I III II I II I I I I , ,, IIIL I I q; !t, I ILLI h MEATS - GROCERIES - SUNDRIES SIX BLOCKS EAST OF LALONDE HOTEL Phone 482-3410 or 482.3411 J ![_1 II I IIIImlll I I III U. S. No. 1 % Bananas ............ 2 lbs. 27c Standby Purple Plums ...... 2 s 63c Bounty Paper Towels 2/63e UeS. No. 1 Lettuce. 2 lbs. 29c ......... Register * -Standby. Prune Juice for a qt. 57c i tit Free Delivery Twice Daily I I I III I II II ' FRESH'FRYERS II III I I J |i I Sirloin ................................ lb. q.29 ................. lb. T. Bone .............. '1.29 Round Steak ....................... lb. q.29 Rib Steak ............................ lb. '1.25 Ground Beef .................. 2 lbs. q.33 Pork Chops ....... ........... ......... lb. 93 c Boneless Stew ....................... lb. 85e Longhorn .......... . .................. . lb. 83e I Bacon Bulk ............................ lb. 83e Pennywise Bacon .................. lb.73e Sausage- Bulk ................. 2 ii n i iii i iiiiiii I i i I ..... 1 Meat For Your Pets ........ :. ..... ,!b. 1,0c See Us For, Your Freezer Meat Krispy Crackers .... ............,1 1b.39C Standby Corn Whole or Cream Style 2/47c Top Value Ice Cream .......... Gal. 67c I IIIIII I I I OM Dutch Spud Chips Reg. 65e NOW 53c IUI I III FREE HAM Wagner's Drink Grape or Orange ...................... 2/59c Standby Apple Sauce No. 2 ,2/49c LargeChoice Oranges.........2 lbs. 29c PRICES EFFECTIVE July 13 - 14- 15 '11 ...... : ::; ';' :  I: ............  .............. i: (!!? i ii  /i!iii  !!/i ii!ii ,(i' ,i/ !i  i