Th. DM? int., McDonald addresses faculty Republican gubernatorial candidate Jack McDonald (center) addressed members of the Flathead Valley Community College administrative staff Tuesday as part of his campaign. McDonald of Lakeside faces Atty. Gen. Robert Woodahl in the state primary elec- tion June 1. He discussed FVCC funding problems with the college administrators. FVCC administrators are from left. President Don Lindahl, Dr. Bruce Johnson and William McClaren. FVCC photo Candidate raps court Montana's Supreme Court is in need of a new direction in that it has to be concerned with what is going on in the society, a candidate for the high court said here Wednesday. "The court has a tendency to rule in favor of the major corporations in the slate," Daniel J. Shay, a Missoula attorney, told The Daily Inter Lake. In addition, Shay said many of the decisions of the Supreme Court are intellectually dishonest and often times in controversial cases the court will write an unsigned opinion. "I think the situation ought to be rare where there is an unsigned opinion and if there is there should be a minute entry kept by the court to show how each court member ruled on each particular issue," he said. Shay said a prime example of the court favoring the state's large corporations can be'seen in the recent court ruling where Montana Power Company was Pricing Crude Oil Ministers of the Organization ofl'etroleum Countries (OPEC) are expected to discussoil prices today during a meeting scheduled to begin in Jakarta, Indonesia. Some of the nations have adjusted their oil prices in spite of a freeze set by OPEC until July, 1976. Crude oils vary in many ways. Some are thick and heavy and are refined chiefly for residual fuel to run boilers or factories. Others are light and almost clear and produce gasoline and lightweight oils. Because demands for the different weights of crude oil vary with the seasons, some nations argue that the prices should be adjusted often to reflect these demands. DO YOU KNOW - What are the two main elements that make up petroleum? WEDNESDAY'S ANSWER - Five signers of the Declaration of Independence were captured by the British during the war. 5-27-76 ' VEC. Inc. 1970 The city of Kalispell is sending out notices to all r e s i d e n t s w i t h l a w n s p r i n k l e r s y s t e m s reminding them about a RECREATES SHIPS PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- J. Richard Steffy, 51, ia a ship builder but not the usual kind. As a member of the American Institute of Nautical Archaeology here, Steffy designs and helps reconstruct historic ships whose pieces are uncovered in archaeological expeditions. "Hie divers bring up from the sea pieces of wood from the ships. It is my job to figure out the shape of the ship and help piece it together," Steffy says. Some of the ships Steffy has helped recreate include a 4th- century Roman ship and a 19th- century trading schooner. h. M? int., u*i. IUMPM. Montof*. Tnur*dÂ«y. M.y tt. !Â»?Â« *_J Annexation gets okay The Kalltpell City-county Planning Board hat recommended approval of the annexation requeit for Slama Addition Number 19. The board took the action Tuesday night, following a lengthy discussion involving about 40 landowners in the area who were objecting to the proposed development. Located near Fifth Avenue West North and West Colorado Street, the development will consist of eight fourplex lots on 2.9 acres. In taking the action, the planning board also recommended that annexation be contingent on city acceptance of the parkland dedication proposed by the developers; and that the ownership of West Colorado Street between Fifth Avenue West North and the Slama property 6e resolved in favor of the city. The planning board also recommended that the city John F. "Jack' granted a rate hike after the Public Service Commission (PSC) had only granted a partial increase in rates. The normal rule of law is to first go to district court, he said, although there is a rule which allows a party to expedite a case by not going through the lower court. But because of the complexity of the case, both as to the facts and to the law, Shay said he felt it was definitely wrong for the high court to go that route and grant MFC all the company sought for a rate hike. "If they brought the matter to the district court first there would have been a trial record. The Supreme Court then would have had a full record to look at all the facts and evidence. "The way the Supreme Court did it there simply was no record," Shay said. Shay, who has been in private practice in Missoula for the past six years, formerly was a deputy in the Missoula County attorney's office. Although Shay doesn't have experience as a judge, he said the lack of experience isn't a handicap because, if elected, he would be deciding different kind of issues. A lawyer who has been on both sides, prosecution and defense, is in a better position to be an appellate judge, he said. Shay added his experience has been that a trial lawyer understands the rules of evidence better then district court judges and thus lawyers would make better Supreme Court judges. Residents reminded Judge selects local The appointment of John MacMillan, Kalispell, to the state Board of Investments was announced Wednesday by Gov. Thomas L. Judge. MacMillan, senior vice president of First Federal S a v i n g s a n d L o a n , Kalispell, is a former resident of Helena and Las Vegas. He attended high school in Kalispell and was g r a d u a t e d f r o m t h e University of Montana. On the state investment a g e n c y , M a c M i l l a n replaces Robert Amrine, Butte, for the remainder of a term ending Jan. 3,1977. Over 4 million youths are members o( the Boy Scouts of America. GOOD INSURANCE DARIGOLD MILK FOR YOUR: --GOOD HEALTH --GOOD LOOKS --LONG LIFE "A FLATHEAD VALLEY INDUSTRY" PRODUCES AND PROCESSED LOCALLY BY EQUITY SUPPLY CO. ISO 1st AvÂ«. W.N. -- Ph. 755-7400 Kolitpell, M*. give due conikicrttkn to providing MC*M to Wctt Wyoming Street. In other actiwi, toe plaaiung board recommended conditional approval of the MiMioo VilUn I] uxj County Village II subdivUions. The stipulations were that approval be tubtect to approval by state and county health department!; that all commercial lots have covenanti restricting through-vehicle traffic; that all commercial loti have approaches approved by the state highway department; and that all deeds and covenant* are prefaced with a statement notifying purchasers of potential dust, noise and smell problems which may arise from adjacent agricultural lands. lerney REPUBLICAN ** U.S. SENATE * As a concerned Montanan 1 will let the people in Washington know: WI WILL Bl CLOUD MAY 29,304 31 ForTht Memorial Day Weekend! VALLEY GLASS 340 Main Â· Kaltipell That Monta lead Ihe nat continue to th strict development. Thit Agriculture should n used is a toot for foreign relations. sol vi pel. should allow eich In0ivÂ« itite to solve the-r own problems without undue regulations. ical i rXTT Elect Jamas M. SALANSKY Your DISTRICT JUDGE nnoijnc*rnen[ pa : d for by Fieiney for US. Set-ate P.O. 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