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A--12 Friday. M*y 21 1t7l Tn« Dairy Iniw L*k«. K*V«p*K- Monurw The Indy 500 The thunderous growl of automobile engines will signal the start of the 60th Indianapolis 500 on Sunday. Traveling at speeds near 200 miles per hour, the low-slung indy cars will be competing for a purse worlh more than a million dollars. The money will be divided among a number of the faster drivers, often including some who fail to finish. The Indy wasn't always like that. !n its earlier years, one requirement for receiving prize money was completion of the 500- mile race. This rule put the emphasis on endurance and caution, and gave the Indy its slowest finisher in 1912, when the 10th place winner took 8 hours and 53 minutes to finish at a leisurely 56 miles per hoi'r. DO YOU KNOW -- How many cars compete in the Indianapolis 500? THURSDAY'S ANSWER -- Petroleum is comprised rruinly ol the elements hydrogen and carbon. ' VKO. Inc. 1976 flathead record Births Mr. and Mrs. John Beranek, Columbia Falls, boy. Deaths Verba Holman, 70, died Thursday in Kalispell. Margaret Montpetit, 88, died Thursday in Whitefish. \ Kalispell Regional Hospital VISITING HOURS - Noon-2, 6-8 p.m. ADMITTED - Sara Harvey, Monte Klindt, Linda Baldwin, Jerry Chase, Mrs. Ronald Miller, Lee Salmonsen, Mrs. Ray Norby, Kalispell. Charles Rosebaum, Coram. Bernadette Win- dauer, Mrs. Lyle Lindsley, Columbia Falls. Kimberly Hughey, Gary Naethe, Whitefish. Mrs. Bruce Leighty, Mrs. Anna Pattie, Troy. Rebecca Anderson, Mrs. McKinley Erwin, Libby. Richard Burnett, Marion. Mrs. Helen Willier, Bigfork. DISCHARGED - Chester Kingery, Ervin Caldbeck, Mrs. Terry Buck and baby, William Herington, Kalispell. Ehriz Johnson, Lakeside. Mrs. Jack Holmes, Somers. Estline Wiedman, Bigfork. Mrs. Richard Hartman, Hungry Horse. Maude Ingels, Whitefish. North Valley Hospital VISITING HOURS - 2:30-4:30, 7:30-8:30 p.m. ADMITTED -- Margaret Juenke, Columbia Falls. Shirley Stapley, Hungry Horse. Dwayne Pearson, West Glacier. DISCHARGED - Lester Crumley, Olney. Margaret Slaon, Leon Sloan, Margaret Juenke, Columbia Falls. Carol Mechling, Shelly Mechling, Coram. Marriages 'dissolved Lee H. Simmons and Archea J. Simmons. Fern E. Schelin and Larry A. Schelin. Debra M. Shaw and Dwight E. Shaw. Sheron Street and Roger D. Street. Barbara R. Russell and John E. Russell. Julie A. Kollenborn and Darrell L. Kollenborn. Robert W. McQuirk and Sue McQuirk. Richard E. Ban- and Elisabet K. Barr. ann landers Legals tie CoonMonen Wrfce it fte Wot Aim rf tie that uoe dttf. Dawd tto Mk d»y BOARD OF COLN SIGNERS Mellort R. WollM Chairman, P.T. ETHYL L SVITH. Clerk of Board By Donna Petertoc Deputy Clert May a, June 4, U, l«M No 14J4 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER Ft* SALE NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER SALE. FLATHEAD NATIONAL FOREST, GRIFFIN CREEK SLOWDOWN SALE, located w i t h i n TZS4JON. H24t2SW. MP.M SEALED bids will be received by the Tilly Lake District Ranger, WhilefUh. Stoo- Una, at 2:00 p.m., local lime at place of Wd opening. June t, 197C, for an estimated 54 M board feet of timber mariwd or otherwise ------- %^JSti$£**lfJF AOVTMTMUR BID board feel is: Larch, Dotyi-fir, Sealed bids on Ite foUowinir.1,1 JZ7.4S, spruce, M3.02, lodwpote be received °l £·« D.m..Mon- pine. «S); alpine lir. IL». Tne £». Jy* "·,'«TM ty «"«JTM P. Ekl rates for the above species are Nylander. Clerk of Jhe _ Board flat rates. In addition, there 1s within the sale area an estimated 1 MBF of unsound sapwood sawlogs which will be paid for at 11.00 per MBF for limber. Additional required deposits per M board feet tor all species for road maintenance on existing Forest roads are: (1.71. Additional ret ied deposits per M board feet all species for road surface rock replacement on existing Forest roads are: tl.SS. The re- nuired bid guarantee is (300.00. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Full information concerning the Umber, the Condi- lions of sale, and the submission of bids should be obtained from tarhrttt ufe RMtnrt AMftlOUi tfeeeftil rmmttrm (· M^mtt^M Ift^^ 'J'ulSl "^^f^yy^* r jffl»r.F»jStSi NTY COMIttS- iff M fcevd fcet oftS oiclu lie n»rck«iUiIe Mwtlnker ·Mr Me · , OK t«««ieej d at-. The rewind Md qurutee h fetfaited lor nu*t in SertJoa »»,!«. Now ot It* lag ocnted »,f»N-R3**, trtmtUd la n*- bctadedTlmMrnuybcei^rtcd uia II MBF Wkitt Pine; 1. HJS Inn the United SUl« nor be MBF Doo|la»Iir. 1.175 MBF we* u » tubtUtuU toe Umber Larch. iSlMBFS»nce. J15MBF from privlle Uad* exported b* Lodffpole Pioe; W MBF »Vlc the purrhaKr Bidden »re *i Fir; J MBF dry Fir tod Urcd; rUedthit vtoUtkm o( the Timber mortotfett Export and SubitltuUoc Rettrk- Bid* will be Kwmpanirf tar tlou coutltutn breach of con- devout of g.CH.Ot repreeeauag tract ud miy retult in cootrtct 5% of Uie appnUed value o( (he cancellation, or In refuial to ule in cash, cuhler's check, ctr- mwl finbfe lined with llclent wr«1ie» !· IB imout eqtul lo »S of IA« bM vilue of tkt ule for faithful perform*** of the contract Full ptniculan reordmf UK term! ot tbf contract refvlaliou . Fertftrjr. li Hlftoula or . TV ri«t It nttnti to «i*rt t*t or all Mi*.- f ' GARETH C MOON Admlaiitntor DIvlilsB of rmUiy Majr ». June 4. II, It, IfN l«B^CI(at*uu. VI UI » » « » · ml hv »*K WJ V«a, 14MUCI 9 v n d B , m * award timber sales to tbe lifted check, bank money order or violator, or detarmesl or tuuen- bank draft to be tppliea on (turn- lion from blddlni or future f t f t for the fuccfuful bidder. of Trustees of School Diltrlct No. 9 Flathead and Lake Counties, J t , Bijfork, Montana. Approximately 60,000 gallons regular No. 5 fuel oil to be delivered as needed The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. Marilyn P. Nylander Clerk May21,», June 4, 1S76 Umber sale* The right to reject The timber will be sold to uW any ud all bids li reserved. Pull highett bidder ud no bid will be Information concerning the a c c e p t e d at less t h e n Umber, thecwditkiojcJale, ind (fM.TS/MBF for White Pf«: the submission of bids should be («33S)MBF for Douglufir); obtained from the Swan Lake (123.85/MBF for L a r c h ) ; District RiBfer, Blfiork, Moo- (JJl.JO/MBF for Spruce); tana, or the Forest Supervisor, (U5.M/MBF lor Lodgepole Kalispell. Montana. Pine): (11580/MBF for White May a, 1«7« Fir); and (Jll.SS/MBFfordryFir and Larch). AD a d d i t i o n a l c h a r f e o f » S/MBF for brush disposal and » 50,'MBF for timber stand 1m- Die Tally LaVe District Ranger, WliiteJish. Montana. May 28. 1976 No. 1431 NOTICE OF SALE Sealed bids will be received by the Department of N a t u r a l Resources and Conservation, Division of Forestry, 2706 Spnrgin Road, Missoula. Montana, up to 2:00 p.m on June 28,1J76, for the m e r c h a n t a b l e s a w t i m b e r designated for cutting in Section 22, fztN-RBW. estimated to contain H3 MBK Ponderosa Pine, 307 MBF Douglasfir, 135 MBF Larch, 21 MBF Lodgepole Pine, and 1 MBF dry Douglasfir and larch, more or less. Bids will be accompanied by a deposit of $910.00, representing 5% of the appraised value of the sale in cash, cashier's check, certified check, bank money order, or bank draft to be applied on stumpage for successful bidder. Die limber will be so!d to the highest bidder and no bid will be accepted at less than (50.45/MBF f o r P o n d e r o s a P i n e ) ; (S24.B/MBF for Douglaslirl: ( J 2 4 . 0 5 / M B F f o r L a r c h ) ; (*16.15mBF for Lodgepole Pine); and (H2.05/MBF for dry Douglasfir and Larch). An additional charge of R.25/MBF for brush disposal and J3.50 for timber.stand improvement,- will be made on all live merchantable timber cut. The purchaser will be required to enter into a written agreement 5tip-jJaJ:ng the conditions of cutting and removing the limber and must furnish a boc.d with sufficient sureties in an amount equal to M" of the bki value of the sale for faithful performance of the cotilracL Full particulars regarding the terms of the contract regulations governing the sale and btd forms may be obtained from the Department of Natural Resources and Conservation, Division of forestry, in Mtssoula, Montana or Kallspell, Montana. ' The right is reserved to reject any or alt bids. HI GAHETH C. MOON Adminislraior Division of Forestry May 28. June *. 11, 19, 1976 No. 142* NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE NATIONAL FIREST TIMBER SALE. KLATHEAD NATIONAL FOREST, PIPER POST NW SALE, located within Sec. H. T2- 2n, R17W, MPM. SEALED bids will be received by Uw District Ranger. Bigfork. Montana, at 1:10 P.M., local lime, A place ofbid opening, June 8, 197$, for an estimated 8500 posts marked or otherwise designated for cutting. The minimum acceptable lump sum bid is fsi. 00. The required bid guarantee is £1.00. None of the unprocessed Included Timber ' may be exported from the United States nor be used as a substitute for timber from private lands el- ported by the purchaser. Bidders are advised that violation of the Timber Export and Substitution Restrictions constitutes breach of contract and may result in contract cancellation, or in refusal to award timber sales to the violator, or debarment or suspension from bidding on future timber sales. Tbe right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Full information concerning the Umber, the conditions of sale, afid the submission of bids should be obtained from the Swan take District Ranger, Bigfork, Montana. May M, 1978 No. 143J NOTICE OF SALE Sealed bids will be recei ved by the provement will be made on all No. 1433 CULL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board ol County CommissKxiers of Flathead County will receive bids on the following: In order to realize a full credit advantage of our Xerox 7000 copy machine, we are hereby requesting bids on a similar or a comparable machine with the following specifications: (a) Reduction capacity :b) Sheet fed (c) Local service td) 1 copy per second (e) Self operated (11 Ability to copy both sides No. 1416 ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS GRASS SEED AND FERTILIZER The City of Kalispell, will receive sealed bids for the purchase, of grass seed and fertilizer delivered to the Golf Course, to meet or exceed minimum specifications on file In the office of the Director of Public Works. Bids will be received by the Cily Clerk until 7:30 p:m., June 7th. 1976 at which time all bids will be publicly oper.ed and real aloud during the regular council meeting in the City Council Chambers on said date. Proposals shall be addressed to Ihe Cilv Clerk, P.O. Box 1035. Kalispell, Montana 59901, and entitled "Grass Seed and Fertilizer for Golf Course." All bids must expressly covenant that if Ihe bidder shall be awarded the contract the bidder will, within 10 days after such award, enter into a formal contract and give good and sufficient bond to secure the performance of the terms and conditions of the contract; otherwise, tbe bidder shall pay unto the City of Kalispell the difference in money between Ihe amount of the bid of the said bidder and the amount for which the City of Kalispell legally contracts with another party to .supply said property if tbe latter amount Is more than the former, but in no event shall tbe bidder's liability or the liability of the surety of 'such bidder exceed the penal sum of 10% of tbe basic bid. All bidders shall, as bid security, accompany the bid with said sum in lawful money of the United States, or a cashier's check, certified check, bank money order, or bank draft, in any case drawn No. 14)0 DOCKET NO. S417 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING On November 14, 1975, PACIFIC POWER LIGHT COMPANY (Applicant) PETITIONED THE MT. PUBLIC SERVICE COMM N under 82 CM. RCM 1947. FOR AN ORDER AUTHORIZ1N G APPLICANT TO INCREASE WATER RATES for its Bigfork customers, pursuant to jurisdiction granted by 70-101, et seq., RCM 1947, and to the requirements of Art. II. Sec, 8 and 9 of the MT. Constitution. Applicant claims it needs the increased rales in order to cover increased operating expenses and to receive a reasonable return on its investment. A PUBLIC HEARING ON THIS MATTER VilLI. COMMENCF. in the new library at the elementary school in Bigfork, Mt., at 10:00 AM (MDT), on Tuesday, June 22. 1976. Commissioner George Turman, the Hearings Officer assigned to this docket, will preside over and conduct the hearing. Questions regarding procedure and scheduling should' be directed to him. At the bearing, any person having an interest in this matter may appear, offer testimony pertinent to the application, and examine witnesses testifying on it. Any interested party has the right to intervene in the proceeding. to be represented by counsel at the hearing, or to file a statement protesting or supporting the application. The MT. Consumer Counsel, 330 Fuller Ave., Helena. MT 59601 · (phone 449-27711, is available to represent consumer interests in this matter without charge. The application and any accompanying exhibits are on. file with the Comm'n and available for public inspection. This hearing will be conducted under the MAPA rules. In considering this application, the Comm'n may examine all matters pertaining to the Applicant's operation and may modify the rates from those noticed, i The following are the present rates and the proposed rates: SCHEDULE 62 METROPOLITAN RESIDENTIAL WATER SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: Applicable Mini mum Monthly Charge for the fi rst a.OOO gal. or less Dear Ann Landers: I've read several letters about rape in your column, plus a lot of front-page articles. Maybe you'd be interested in something I ran across in a magazine I picked up on the bus. It was under Neat Trick of the Month: A 15-year-old chick was raped by an 18-year'-old dude. She played it cool, told him how much she dug it and gave him her phone number. She made a date with him for the next night and when they met at the appointed place, the cops grabbed him. Excuse me if I'm wrong, but I have always been under the impression that it's impossible to rape a woman who is willing. -- Just Wondering In Cassville. D*ar Can: IF you are suggesting it isn't rap* unless a woman screami ond fights back, you're mistaken. Tht chick realized the was trapped in a no-win situation and dvcidid to outsmart th« rapist, which ii exactly what she did. Five will gel you ten if that COM wai tri*d in court, th* son-of-a-gun got off on grounds sho was a willing portnei. Unless a woman hoi two black y*s, a busted jaw and six t««ih missing, th* court assumes she "dug it." Th« way rapisTs go fre« in our country is a national disgrace. Dear Ann lenders: I need an answer to a problem that has been bothering me for a long time. It's an in- law. Not a father-in-law or a mother-in-law, but a little Kid. He's our nephew -- belongs to my husband's sister. We dread family get-togethers because of this child. He interrupts adult conversations, is mouthy, insolent and respects no one. He beats up on his cousins and some smaller kid always ends up in need of first aid. His parents make no attempt whatever to discipline him. My husband says we should not interfere. I say if it's our house we have a right to insist on good behavior. May we have your opinion? -- Headache In Holyoke Dear Heed: When parents refuse lo discipline a child and h* misbehaves outitd* the home, the hast or hostess has every right to take over and straighten the child out. You'd be »vrari«d how fast the youngster will shape up. Kids don't enjoy running wild. They want to «w told exactly what the limits are. So hop re i). reject any and all bids, and lo accept the bid considered to be in the best interest of Flathead County, All sealed bids, plainly marked as such, must be mailed to the Flathead County Clerlt and Recorder, Box 108. Kalispell, Montana, or delivered to the ClerV and Recorder to be in her possession on or before June 11, 176, at 9:30 A.M. Bids will be today in history No l*» DOCKET NO. «418 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING On November 14.1975. PACIFIC POWER t LIGHT COMPANY (Applicant) PETITIONED THE MT. PUBLIC SERVICE COMM'N under R-4209, RCM 1*47. FOB AN ORDER AUTHORIZING APPLICANT TO INCREASE WATER RATES FOR ITS LIBBY CUSTOMERS, pursuant to jurisdiction granted by 70-101. et w . RCM 1947. and to the requirements of Art. II. Sec. i and 9 ol Die MT Constitution. Applicant claims it needs the increased rales to cover increased operating expenses and to receive a reasonable return on its investment. A PUBLIC HEARING ON THIS MATTER WILL COMMENCE in the 1st National Bank Conference Room. 50* Mineral Ave.. Ubby. MT. at 10:00 AM IMDT). on Thursday. June 24, 1S7S. Commissioner George Turmaji. the Hearings Officer assigned to this docket, will preside over and conduct uw hearing. Questions regarding procedure and scheduling shouW be directeo to him. At the hearing, any person having an interest in this matter may appear, offer lestimony perlinent to the application, and examine witnesses testifying on' it. Any interested parly has Ihe right lo intervene in the proceeding, to be represented by counsel at tne hearing, or to file a statement protesting or supporting the application. The MT. Consumer Counsel. 330 Fuller Ave . Helena, MT 53601 phone 449-27711, is available to represent consumer interests in this matter without charge. The application arid any accompanying exhibits are on file with the Comm'n and available for public inspection. This hearing will be conducted under the MAPA rules. In considering this application, the Comm'n may examine all matters pertaining to the Applicant's operation and may modify the rates from those noticed. The following are the present rates and the proposed rates: SCHEDULE 6J METROPOLITAN RESIDENTIAL WATER SERVICE NEW MONTHLY RATE: Applicable Minimum Monihly Charge for the first 5.000gal. or less per thousand gal. for the next 5.000 gal. per thousand gal. for the nexl 10,000 gal. per thousand gal. for all additional gal. Irrigation Service The Minimum Monthly Charge plus --per thousand gal. used in excess of 5,000 gal. per month MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: Present 58C 3* Present Present (4.80 Proposed 87t 80t Proposed Proposed % inch meter, or smaller 1 inch meler · 7.20 10.80 1-W inch meler 9.00 13.50 Miindimeter 10.80 15.20 2 inch meter 14.40 21.60 SCHEDULE 63 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL WATER SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: Applicable Minimum Monthly Charge for the first 5,000 gal. oc less per thousand gal. for the next 5.000 gal. per thousand gal. for the nert 10,000gal. per thousand gal. for all additional gal. Irrigation Service The Minimum Monthly Charge plus «r thousand gal. used In excess of 5.000 Present J.72 .43 Proposed II .08 .99 .72 Present Proposed ga. per month MIP INIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: Vi inch meter, or smaller 1 inch meter l-v» inch meter \-Vi inch meter 2 inch meter Present K.OO 9.00 11.2! 13.50 18.00 30t Proposed JSOO 13.50 16.90 50.25 27.00 SCHEDULE 65 METROPOLITAN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: per thousand gal. for lie first 8,000 gal. per incn of meler size perthousand gal. for the next 16,000 l. per inch "oi meter site . i or we nexl ao.OCO Present association located in the State of Montana, or a bid bond or bonds executed by a surety corporation authorized to do business in the State of Montana. Any such bank instrument or bond shall be payable directly to the City of Kalispell. If a contract is awarded, Ihe · bidder whose bid is accepted and who shall thereafter refuse to ,,, -- enter into and execute the opened and read at 10:00 A.M. in proposed contract, as stated in said covenant, shall absolutely ~ forfeit such monies or bank instruments to the City of Kalispell, and becomes immediately liable on said bid bond to said sum. Tbe money, bank instrument or bid bond, as Ihe case may be, shall be retuTTed to those bidders whose bid is not accepted. No bid shall be withdrawn after '^""^··^TM -- · TM^^^ opening of the bids without cou- n .ccnr-iiTfrvunrcc sent ol the City Council for a By ASSOCIATED PRESS period of forty-five («) days after Today is Friday, May 28, Uf e scheduled time of receiving the 149th day of 1976. There b1 £ y bidder ^^ , urther iB . are 217 days left in the formation may obtain same from the Director of Pub! ic Works, City " Today's highlight in history: On this date in 1940, in g l j ^.^ o r -, 0 w a i v e an . World War II, British and technicality or Informality and French troops began an accept any bid which may be enormous evacuation from Dunkerque, France. On this date: In 1863. the first black regiment from the North in the Civil War left Boston for the front under Colonel Robert Shaw. In 1864, Archduke Ferdin a n d M a x i m i l i a n o f Austria-Hungary landed in Vera Cruz, Mexico, to become Emperor. In 1934, Mrs. Oliva Dion gal. per inch of meter size per thousand gal. for all additional gal Proposed 11.44 .J6 % inch meter, or smaller 1 inch meter 1-Vt inch meter 1-Wt inch meter 2 inch meter 3 men meter 4 inch meter Sinchmeter 7.20 9.00 10.80 14.40 2840 4560 76.80 Present Hall, Kalispell, Ml. 5»H. theCity will accept the lowest responsible bid, but the Council per thousand gal. for the next 5,000 gal. per thousand gal. lor the next 10,000gal. per thousand gal. for all additional gal. Irrigation Service The Minimum -Honthly Charge plus per thousand gal. used in excess of 5.000 gal. per month MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: 5 Inch meter, or sma I ter 1 inch meter 1 V* inch meter I -"-i inch meter Z inch meter NOTK: The size of Ihe blocks specified above are for a 1 inch meler and will be increased or decreased 25fc for each V inch of variation in meter size but in no event will said blocks be reduced below those for a ¥4 inch meter. MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: Present Proposed in so 13.50 16.20 21.60 3960 69.40 115.20 SCHEDULE 86 SUBURBAN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER SERVICE NET MOimiLY RATE: Proposed tl.tt 1.06 '"*"*« °' Done by order of the City Council of the City of Kalispell. Montana, at (heir regular meeting George Beardslee, City Clerk May 21, 28, 1776 No. 1427 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER SALE, FLATHEAD NATIONAL FOREST. DRY LAKE SEED TREE SALE. located within T2- 2N. R17W. MPM. SEALED bite ne gave birth to quintuplets )£"." in a farmhouse near Cal- P.M., locaftime.' at place of bid lender. Ontario, fn 1959, two monkeys named AWe awl Baker survived a 300-mile trip into space after being launched from Cape Canaveral, Douglasfir and lodpoole pine, FU in tho nnco nf o 149.61. The bid rates for the aWe Fla.. in the nose of a splits «i» be subject to adiust- rocket. menl daring Ihe period ot sale as opening. June 28,1P76. lor an estimated 4SO M board feet of timber marked or otherwise designated for catling. The minimum acceptable^THd. per. M board feet is: western'larch, ponderosa pine. J186.W. per thousand gal. for Ihe first 8,000 gal. per inch of meler size per thousand gal. for the next 16.000 gal. per inch of meter size per thousand gal. for the next 56.000 gal. per inch of meler size .48 :n per thousand gal. for all additional gal. .30 .45 NOTE: The size of Ihe blocks specified above are fora 1 inch meter and will be increased or decreased 25% for each V* inch of variation in meter size but in no event will said blocks be reduced below Ihose for a ?i inch meter. MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: Presenl Proposed Clinch meter, or smaller J6.00 J9.00 liochmeler 9.00 13.50 t-ttinrtmeler 11.28 1690 1-14 inch meter 1S50 20.25 2 inch meter 18.00 27.00 3 inch meter 33.00 49.00 4 inch meter 57.00 85.50 einchmeier 96.00 144.00 SCHEDULE 63 PUBLIC FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: For hvdrants located within Metropolitan Service Area Present per monlh lor each 4" hydrant »360 per month for each 6" hydrant ·* For h y d r a n t s located within Suburban Service Area Presenl per month for each 4'hydrant 16.00 per monlh for each 6" hydrant 720. ^ SCHEDULE 69 PRIVATE FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: . Connections tor privale lire proleclion wilhm Ihe enlire Service Area Presenl per monlh for each 3' connection S9.00 per monlh for each 4" connection 9.90 permonthforeafh6" connection · 11 S3 BY THE MONTANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMM'N GEORGE TURMAN. Commissioner May 28.1976 Present 5853- 38- Presenl 24' Present 1480 JM 9.00 10.80 H.40 Proposed «T W 57' Proposed Proposed 17.20 10 SO 13.% 1620 21.M SCHEDULE 63 SUBURBAN RESIDENTIAL WATER SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: ApplicableMinimum Monihly Charge for the first 5.000 gal. or less per thousand gal. for the next 5,000 gal. per thousand gal. tor the next 10.000 gal. per thousand gal. for all additional gal. Irrigation Service The minimum Monthly Charge plus per thousand gal. used in excess of 5,000cal.. permonlh MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: Present S.72 66 Proposed 11.08 .99 .72 Presenl Proposed Present S 600 9.00 11.24 13.50 1800 10 Proposed I 9.00 1350 16,90 20.25 Z740 ^j inch meter, or smaller 1 inch meter 1 -'/i inch meter l-4i inch meler 2 inch meler SCHEDULE 64 RESIDENTIAL FLAT RATE \VATEH SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATK- Based on Ihe size of the residence Presenl Proposed per month ior dwellings having not more more than3rooms 14.20 |6.30 per monlh for dwellings having 4 or more rooms 480 720 Seasonal Irrigation and Sprinkling charges for customers receiving Residential Flat Rate VValer Service Presenl Proposed per season for any area not exceeding 6.500 sq.ft. $6.60 J9.90 per season for any area over 6.500 sq. 11. but nol in excess ol 13.UW sq. ft. plus 10.80 16.20 per season for each sq. ft, in excess of 13,000 sq.ft. .0006 .0009 Irrigation and Sprinkling charges for customers who use no other water service Present Proposed per season for each 50 ft. lot or fraction thereof (26.40 (39.60 SCHEDULE 65 METROPOLITAN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: per thousand ga!. for the first 8,000 gal. per ir.ch of meter size per thousand al. for the next 16.000 gal.perinchofmetersize per thousand gal. [or Ihe next 56,000 gal, per inch of meter size per thousand gal. for all additional NT! Present .24 Proposed (1.44 .38 TE: The size of Ihe blocks specified above are for a 1 inch meter and will be increased or decreased 25% for each v inch of variation in meter size but in no event will said blocks be reduced below those for a ?i inch meter. MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: .Present Proposed V* inch meter, or smaller $4.80 17.20 I inch meter 7.20 10.80 l-v,inchmeter 9.00 13.50 -\iinchmeler 10.80 1620 2incnmeter . 14.40 21.60 3 inch meter 2640 39.60 4 inch meter 45.60 68.40 Sinchmeler 76.80 115.20 SCHEDULE 66 SUBURBAN COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL WATER SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: . Presenl Proposed per thousand gal. for the first 8,000 gal. per inch of meter size per thousand gal. lor the next 16.000 gal. per inch of meter size per thousand gal. for the next 56.000 gal. per.inch of meter size per thousand gal. for all additional gal. NOTE: Tbe size oi the blocks specified above are for a' 1 inch meter and will be increased or decreased 25% for each ^ inch of variation in meter size but in no event will said blocks be reduced below those for a V inch meler. MINIMUM MONTHLY CHARGE: Present Proposed % inch meter, or smaller i 6.00 t 9.001 inchmeter 9.00 13.50 l-v, inch meter 1128 1690 11.20 .72 .48 .30 »1.80 1.03 .4S 7 inch meter inch meter inch meter inch meter inch meter 13.50 1800 33.00 5700 96.00 20.2S 27.00 49.00 8550 144.00 Proposed (5.40 720 Proposed 19.00 1080 Proposed JI350 H85 1730 SCHEDULE 67 MUNICIPAL FLAT RATE WATER SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: Present J12.00 per month Prooosed $18.00 per month SCHEDULE 68 PUBLIC FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE " NET MONTHLY RATE: For hydrants located within Metropolitan Service Area Present Proposed per month for each 4" hydrant $360 $5.40 per month for each " hydrant 480 7.20 For hydrants located" within Suburban Service Area Present Proposed per month for each 4 "hydrant $6.00 $9.00 per month for each 6" hydrant 7.20 10.SO SCHEDULE S9 PRIVATE FIRE PROTECTION SERVICE NET MONTHLY RATE: Connections for private fir« protection within the entire Service Area Present Proposed permonthroreach3"connec*tion $9.00 II3.$0 per month for each 4" connection 9.90 1*85 per month for each 6" connection 11 b2 17.30 BY THE MONTANA PUBLIC SERVICE COMM'N GEORGE TL'RMAN. Commissioner Mav 28. 1976

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