The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 30, 1976 · Page 17
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U.N. gives mandate for mid-East peace The DM, IM* UM. K M« n, ttn »_» UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) ~Th« U.N. disengagement observer force h*j a fresh mandate today to guard the Israeli-Syrian cease-fire Hue on the Golan Heights through next November. The Security Council voted 13-0 Friday to extend the mandate of the 1,194-man force created two years ago. Before the vote, U.N. Secretary- General Kurt Waldheim warned that the Middle East situation "will become Increasingly dangeroiu unless progress" can be made toward a just and lasting peace. Watdheim told the council he was trying to reactivate the negotiating process and would continue the effort. In February and March, he sent Undersecretary-General Roberto Guyer to Arab capitals and to Jerusalem, Moscow and Washington seeking a way to revive the 1973 Geneva peace conference. Guyer reported the trip produced nothing new. Waldheim returned Thursday from Damascus where he obtained Syrian President Hafez Assad's unconditional consent to the extension. Israel agreed before Waldheim left on the two-day trip. In November, before it agreed to the six-month mandate now running out, Syria forced the council to arrange a Middle East debate for January and to let the Palestine Liberation Organization take part. Legals NO.. 1437 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER SALE. FLATHEAD NATIONAL FOREST, WEDGE MOUNTAIN SALE, located within TMN. R2- 2W, M.P.M. SEA1.F.D bMs will be received by the District ranger, Boi W, Columbia Falls, MonUni. at ]l:(tfam., local time at place of bid opening, June 28, 1*76, for an estimated 1500 M board feet of Douglas-fir, cedar, Enjefmann spruce, white pine, lodeepole pine, subalpine lir, whitbarl pine, western larch, grind f i r . hemlock, ponderosa pine, ana other species of timber marked or otherwise designated for catting. The m i n i m u m acceptable weighted average bid rate per M board feet is J30.24. The bid rates /or alpine fir, grand fir, hemlock, larch, spruce, Douglai-flr and cedar will be subject to adjustment during tbe period of sale u provided for by the quarterly adjustment provisions of the timber sale contract. In addition, there Is within the sale area an estimated 420 cunits of pulp logs which may be removed upon mufual agreement. It removed, it will be paid (or at fj.x per oinit for tirrSr. Additional deposit required for slash disposal is tl.15 per M board feet of all species. Additional required deposits per M board feet for all species for road surface rock replacement on eiislmg Forest Roads are: J2.I7. Additional required deposits per M board feet for all species for roaa maintenance on existing Korest Roads arei J0.42. In addition deposits are required for all species l o r T h i r d P a r t y maintenance on North Fork of the Flatheaii Road MIOpayaMe to the Flathead Hoad Maintenance Association of 13.41 r«r M board feet. The required bid guarantee is *5,900. None of he unprocessed Included Timber may be exported from the United States nor be used as a. substitute for timber from private lands exported by the purchaser. Bidders are advised that violation of the Timber Export and suosututwn rlestrlc- tions constitutes breach of contract and may result in contract cancellation, or in refusal to award timber sales to the violator, or determent or suspension from bidding on future timber sales. The n#it to reject any and all bids is reserved. Full information concerning the timber, the conditions of sale, and the submission of bids should be obtained from the Glacier View District Ranger. Columbia Falls, Montana. May 30. 1S7S No. 1W1 IN THE DBTRICT COURT OF THE ELEVENTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF MONTANA. IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF FLATHEAD IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OP CHARLES W CLAY, JR.. Deceased. PROBATE NO. 10210 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned has been appointed Personal Representative of the above-named estate. All persons havir.g claims against the said deceased are required to present their claims within four months after the date of the first publication of this .Notice or said claims will be forever barred. Claims must either be mailed to .Marilyn J. Clay, the Personal Representative, return receiptre- quesled. at the Law Offkes oi KOCH 4 McKENNA, P.O. Box 389. Hamilton, Montana, or filed with the Clerk of the above- entitled Court. Dated this 11th day o[ May, 197S. Is/ Marilyn J. Clay Personal Representative P E R S O N A L R E P R E S E N - TATIVE'S ATTORNEY: KOCH 4 McKE.VNA 35 West Main Street P.O. Box 389 Hamilton. Montana 59840 May 17, 24. 30. 1978 No. 1438 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER SALE. FLATHEAD NATIONAL FOREST, CLAYTON C R E E K SALE, located within TS8 4 2SX RI8W. M.P..M. SEALED bids will be received by (he Forest Supervisor. 290 North Main. Kalispell. Montana, at 2.00 p.m.. local time at place of bid opening. June 30. 1976. to be followed immediately by oral bidding, for an estimated 6.390 M board feet of timber marked or otherwise designated lor cutting. The minimum acceptable bid per M board [eel is: Subalpine fir and others. Jl.OO; western l a r c h . D o u g l a s - f i r S45.44; Eiigelmann spruce, J60.99: lodgepole pine, whitebark pine, J200: and while pine.»141.37. The bid rales for tfce above species will be subject to adjustment during the period of sale as provided for by the quarterly adjustment provisions at the timber sale contract. In addition, there is within the sale area an estimated Z.330 cunits of pulplogs which may be removed upon mutual agreement If removed it.will be paid for at SO 30 per cuait for timber. Additional deposit rtouirrt for slash disposal is I1J.U per M board feel for all species. Additional required deposit per M board f e e t f o r a l l species f o r cooperative road maintenance for cooperative road maintenance payable to the Flalhead Road Maintenance Association for third party mair.lenar.ee on Road 1895 J is I1.75 tO.!5 per cunill. Ad- ditional required deposit per M board feet for all species for road surface rock replacement on existing Forest roads is »1.0) ((0.45 per cunit). The required bid guarantee is 118,000. Applicable purchaser road c r e d i t s are I1S7.9U. None of the unprocessed Included Timber may be exported from the United Slates nor be used as a substitute for timber from private lands exported bv the purchaser. Bidders are advised thai violation of the limber export and substitution restrictions constitutes breach of contract and may result in contract cancellation, or in refusal to a w a r d timber sales lo the violator, or debarment of suspension from bidding on future timber sales. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Full information concerning the limber, the conditions of safe, and the submission of bids should be obtained from Ihe Hungry Horse District Ranger, Hungry Horse, Montana, or the Forest Supervisor, Kalispell. Montana. May 30, 1976 No. 1414 Public Notice Helena Flats, School District No. 15 of Flathead County, hereby gives notice that Interviews will be condjcled for the purpose of procuring architectural services tor an addition of a gymnasium and additional classrooms. All interested certified archileclural firms shall be interviewed the second Tuesday of June, [June 8), 1976 at the Helena Flats School Library at 8:00 p.m. Chairman, David W. CiiSidt Clerk, Opal Swallow Board of Trustees School District No. 15 May 23, 26, 30, June 2, 6,7, 1976 be paid (or at Jl.OO per M board feet. In addition, there is within the sale area an estimated 970 omits of pulpkBS which may be removed upon mutual agreement. If removed, it will be paid for at $0.30 per cunit. Additional deposit required for slash disposal is ts.32 per M board feet of all species. Additional required deposits per M board feet for all species for road maintenance on existing Road No. 895.2 is fl.M payable to uw FTathead Road Maintenance Association. Additional required deposits per M board feet for all species for road surface rock replacement on Road Ho. 895.2 is 10.79. The required bid guarantee i s 116,500.00. A p p l i c a b l e purchaser road credits are $91,824.00. None of the unprocessed Included Timber may be exported from the United States nor be used as a substitute for limber from private lands exported by (he 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 limber sates to the violator, or determent or suspension from bidding on f u t u r e timber sales. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. Full i n f o r m a t i o n c o n c e r n i n g t h e timber, the conditions of sale, and the submission of bids should be obtained from the Hungry Horse District Ranker, Hungry Horse. Montana, or the Forest Supervisor, Kalispell, Montana May M, 1976 No. 1433 NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER FOR SALE NATIONAL FOREST TIMBER SALE, FLATHEAD NATIONAL FOREST, LID CREEK SALE located within Tlsrf, RI8W M.P.M. SEALED bids will be received by the Forest Supervisor. 290 North Main, Kalispell. Montana, at 11:00 a.m., local time at frface of bid opening, June 30 1976. for an estimated 3.650 M board feet of timber matted or otherwise designated for cutting. The minimum acceptable bid per M board feet is: Subalpine fir aad others, H5.48; western larch. $87.21: E n g e l m a n n spruce, loigepofe pine, S87.40; western white pine, $196.32; Douglas-fir, $4«.27. The bid rateslor all species will be subject to adjustment during the period of sale as provided for by the quarterly adjustment provisions of the timber sale contract. In addition, there is within the sale area an estimated 10 M board feet of ail species unsound sapwood sawlofcs which will "We can -- wamust -- develop o ur «nergy resou rces. To improve cultural, social, economic life. While protecting the environment." DAVE DRUM Republican · U.S.Senate I acre, panoramic view of Swan Range, I 12 x 60 mobile home, 3 bedrooms, workshop : fenced. $16,500 terms. i j 20 cultivated acres, goad year round creek, I g borders entire east side of property. Few targe : g trees along creek bank . . . $39,500 terms. \ lake view lot with city water $5,500. Only : Write or Call: Box 216 Bigfork, MT. 59911 Ph. 406-837-6000 or 837-6001 Don't Be OUT in The COLD! Hear The..... WEATHER NEWS 20 MINUTES PASf THE HOUR THROUGHOUT THE DAY KGEZ THE COUNTRY GIANT ° N YOUR DIAL YOU GET AU "3 A Y tow PP.'CES - S P E C . A . ; S H G R E E N S T A V P S Vo"? Ho^-i ( J A M ' f j I i M Y . T E - F I N E Produce U.S. No. I Texai vino ripened d«ep r«d, and sweet. Each melon guaranteed! WATERMELON Thin skinned and juky-U.S.No. II "Sunkitt" "Colfornio's finest U.S. Grade 'A' · Under ' ' well filled ears" "FRESH" CORN U.S. No. 1 California While'* "NEW" POTATOES Free Recipe Available! BAB STORES FfATUKl OMY HOSTESS PRIDf U.S.D.A. CHOICE BE ff . . . ! Farmer John's "Skinless" PORK LINK SAUSAGE Varieties 3 oi. P k 9- WAFER SLICED MEATS V'-W- *) 3 $ 1 8 oi. ;· D«lkiou Pkg. "-"* For Breakfast! 59 0 ea. Rich In Iron....! "Sliced" BEEF LIVER 49* "S»rv« With Bacon Or Onioni" 'SEAFOOD DELIGHT" from The Frigid North Atlantic Waters! TURBOT FILLETS 98 C ^f ^f la. 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