The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 2, 1976 · Page 15
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, , i, · - " . ·* i . - / - - , « . "^ *·' * -^ ' * r^~ --V- t- $fc ·.V^S^te'..: -'· ' POND GIVEN THE ONCE OVER Checking over the newly constructed pond In the environmental discovery area at Lilian Peterson School are Dawn Nelson, Steve Bundrock, Curt VonDellus and Robert Mutch, science instructor. Photo by Phyllis Clark Science goes outdoors at Peterson School 1 ByPHYUlSCURK Designated as an environmental discovery area, a portion of the grounds at Lilian Peterson School in Kalispell has taken on a new look. As an expansion of the science curriculum, the area was developed as an outdoor ecological study of the students' environment. A.necessary part of the science curriculum, the discovery area will allow teaching in the environment with the child discovering how nature and man can use, appreciate or destroy the natural habitat. Students will learn how to evaluate and interpret data which he or she gathers and to make inductive interpretations. Areas of the planned cur- riculum for the outdoor field of study include pond life, soil profiles, aquatic ecology, bark, tree studies, rotting logs, bark beetles, lichens and fangi, boulder lichens and succession, daytime astronomy, air pollution, weather stations, birds, winter bugs, wildflowers of Montana, leaf keys, contour mapping, earthworms, water testing and senses. Under the direction of Bob Mutch, science instructor, students in the fourth, fifth and sixth grade classes at the school have been working on the landscaping during the past school year. Trees and shrubs have been planted with driftwood and logs marking out a path through the grassy areas, forming a nature trail. At the base of a small rise, a pond has been constructed using creek bed boulders and small creek stones set in concrete. At different locations in the grassy areas are benches made from peeled logs and an outdoor study table. Other facilities planned for this unique environmental discovery area include a flower garden, moss garden, compost bin, greenhouse, markers and signs, weather instruments, ethnic arboretum and bird feeders. One of the best features of the study site is that it applies to all grades, kindergarten through sixth, and can be utilized in the humanities, social sciences, arts and crafts and mathematics. BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) - A decade ago this university city was barricaded during student riots. Now a new controversy is splitting the community -- barricades to keep traffic out of residential neighborhoods. Next Tuesday, voters make a decision on ballot measure 0. The initiative, which qualified with 3,500 signatures, calls for the elimination of the Berkeley Traffic Management Plan, now less than a year old. The plan -- "an experiment," says one city official -- calls for hundreds of new stop signs, a dozen traffic diverters, 11 new traffic lights, 21 traffic circles and 44 traffic diverters to reroute automobile traffic from narrow, tree-lined residential streets to main arterie. The most visible barricades are concrete balls linked with redwood bars used to block streets. Drivers often enter a street from the open end, then are forced to make U-turns when they find the other end barred. Supporters of the plan say neighborhood streets are safer, automobile traffic and accidents have been reduced and public transportation is being used by more of the city's 118,000 residents. One supporter, law professor John E. Coons, brands the initiative "a real clunker" which would make it impossible to deal with traffic problems. in the courts The following cases represent fines of $50 or more nod/or jail sentenws of any length. ACTING JUDGE MARY RIEDEL Kalispell Justice Court M a r i o S h e w , 46, driving while privilege to do so was revoked, misdemeanor, pleaded guilty, $75 and 2- day suspended sentence. Charles BresJiears, 41, Whitefish, issuing a bad check, a misdemeanor, pleaded guilty, $50 fine, $70 restitution ordered. Shop The Classified Ads DIAL 755-7000 the Deity inter Lake, KattapeN, Montana. Wedncatey, Jtmt 2, ttrf l.SttVKI, tOSMCSS !· tOtT AW fOUW Ne»d your hog** painted? Lost near Boiavert on -- reliable work done at Htarw^ 2, Week and Ian "·x" ratac. For all In- male Dech*und, weighs 30 le 35 ·- - door/ouldoot job*, large or small. Contact Jim at 758- 492S. 6/6 Statewide Builders inc. pound*, aniwer* to Ralph. ISO reward. 1924121. 8/8 Cla»titied~Adverti*lng Setts ***·· t/23 rock for y»ur D o * MM 7IMH1. _ «·* and wntte Megrwvox 1»" TV, MM MM*. Hk« new. tK. 7SH422. 6/2 i, all cement work. Skip. 387-5731, Bill, 387-5872. t/f Will do babysitting my home anytime. 7564943. VI 1. SERVICE, BUSINESS DWKTOSY C a r t e r ' s C o n c r e t e Contracting basements, patios and sidewalks, 8623667. t/f Careful painting, references, free estimates. 755-6196.6/2 KaNspell Fence Co. Sales and Installation. Free estimate*. 755-8483. t/f Electro! jx authorized aales and service. HaroW O. Moen. Phone 755-6188. t/f Concrete work, curbs, sidewalks, floors, patios. BUI Flncher, 755-2780. VI Electrofux, 15 year factory representative. Jim Elmi. Call, 755-6188. t/f Carpenter has tools -- add" ons, remodels, roofing. No Job too small. Free estimates, 765-2856. 6/4 HH Builders: New and remodel, estimates. No Job too small. Don Hill, 862-3753. t/f Insect spraying commercial and residential. Montana Pest Control. 755-9095 after 5. Dr. Bob Carlstrofr. 6/22 The grime fighters, cars, trucks, trailers, cleaned, D.A.T. renovating. 755-7518. t/f Babysitting In my eattttde home, daytime only. 7552239. 6/2 14 HCtf WANTED Mature salesperson for ladles ready to wear. Part- time. Mode-O-Diy, Kalispell. 6/8 Boy or girl to deliver The Dally Inter Lake In the Hungry Horse area. Phone 892-4297. t/f $200.00 weekly possible stuffing envelopes. Send a self-addressed stamped e n v e l o p e to Kashflo Enterprise, Box 60663 DB, Sacramento, CA 95860. 6/3 furnace, atove, refrigerator. Steep* 6. 892-5307. 87Z Cla**ffled Advertising Sett LJka new matching avocado 30" electric Hotpolnt range and frost-free Wettlnghou** refrigerator. 755-1105. 6/2 For"»ale, upright freezer, girl's trundle bedroom set, Singer sewing machine, tables, recllner, lamp*. 7567277. 6/6 Qunderson Construction: Custom builders for homes, remodeling and cabinetry. 755-1239. 6/6 Barricades 'split 9 city Valley Tree Service, custom tree spraying and trimming. Licensed,, insured, life resident. 755-5215. 6/13 Pill. Eat satisfying meals and lose weight. Stolek Drug. 5/26, 6/2, 6/9 SEPTIC TANK SHV(CE Pack Co. Septic tanks pumped and Installed. Quality work, 752-4242. t/f Legals No. 1414 Public Notks Helm« Plata, Schoo'. District No. 15 at FhtlMid County, hfreiy lives notice that iuttrvim will be conducted for the purpose of procuring irchitectural services for u addition of a gymnasium and additional classrooms. All interested certified architectural firms shall be interviewed the second Tuesday of June, (June »), 1976 at the Helena Flats School Library at 1:00 p.m. Chairman, David W. Quick Cirri, foalSmllow Board of Trustees School District No. 15 May 23 X, X, June 2, «, 7, 1978 Septic tanks Installed, pumping, 500 gallon $25, 900 gallon $30, sewer lines opened. Free estimates. Vlckham- mer, Kalispell Septic Service. Phone 756-5880. 6/15 StFIK INKS rWOiKSTAUfl) 24 Hi. Sflrvkc KHPDBSfll EXUVITK 756-5231 x 7SJ-H3S .13? Ujjitt d.. KcliwU 10 LOST AND FOUND Lost: ladles wedding set in Kalispell. Call Cindy at BlRlte. 756-7393. Reward. 6/3 No. 14S NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Montana State Plan for Vocational Education, vm Notice Is hereby given that, pursuant to the requirements of the Vocational Education Act of 1963 and Sec. 123 (al (3) of the Vocational Education Amendments of 1968, the Board of Public Education will condurt a public hearing on Montana's State Plan for Vocational Education. The bearing irill be conducted at n.-CO a.m.- on Monday, the 14th day of June, 1976 at the Missoula Technical Center, Missoula, Montana. DOLORES COLBURC! Superintendent of Public Instruction Executive Offior of Vocational Education krd Secretary to the Board t! Public Education MayM, June 2, 9,1976 SEE HOW MUCH ATTENTION A SMALL AD ATTRACTS! Place A Classified Ad Today in The Daily Inter Lake But opponents brand it a miserable flop. They say traffic has merely been shuffled to new areas and complain of delays, confusion and actual danger when fire, police or medical vahicles are forced to take longer routes to their destinations. "I think the present system has a lot of problems," said councliwoman Shirley Dean. "But we anticipated that when we passed it in July. It was an experiment. "But I think the concept has merit," she added. "If there are certain things that don't work they should be removed, but this would just throw the baby out with the bath water. It just eliminates everything." "The chaos that was predicted has occurred," says Dr. Robert Fink, co-chairman of Citizens Against Barricades, which is pushing the initiative. "It hasn't stopped people from driving their cars, it just punishes them for doing it." One police sergeant recalled $200 in damage to a patrol car when it crashed over a barrier in pursuit of a rapist. Cuba trade talks hit WASHINGTON (AP) - Despite warnings from the State Department, some U.S. firms are discussing trade opportunities with Prime Minister Fidel Castro's government in Havana, a State Department spokesman says. "We have discouraged these meetings," John Ordway said Monday. "We don't think they're in the best interests of the company or the countries involved." The United States broke off all relations with Cuba in 1961 and imposed restrictions making it illegal for any U.S. company to conduct trade with Cuba or to sign contracts for trade, "However, there is nothing illegal about discussing trade opportunities for when the embargo Is lifted," Ordway said. Ordway said the department was aware that meetings have been taking place in Havana but said he could not identify the companies or say how long the practirfl has been going on. 1. When leaving home lor a vacation, you should: A. Leave lights and radio on. B. Have mail and paper stopped. C. Advise neighbors and police. D. Check locks for "jimmy" resistance. 2. A good fire extinguisher is: A. Painted red. B. Chrome plated. C. Bears the mark of UL (Underwriters Laboratories! or FM (Factory Mutual Laboratories). -- -ANSWERS -- i u*j»pun At) ·juimd.mba JO 'S3EJ i\\Q 'PC.OH . Q)'uixln jo puif 3t{| jo) s? pjqieui 5i )i sjns jq puy 3 'Z tirioi (jeuipio 01 3|qe ·lapjd sie SUMI ,!N P E3 Q,. ssuiil \\aa\\\f JOJIK SJMJII uo pat -sespi pool in a V 0 'a 'V 't CUsirfitJ MwrtiaBg 755-7000 .OFFICE HOURS: Monday thru Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. ilasslfied Deadlines: Qi^ptay Adi - Noon thie DubWcalkjn day befoii inKrtlor Cancellations: Defo*e naon w'ril not appear canc«'fji after r.oon will aps the renewing aay and Mill Abbreviations: Only sur.ddtd diction viaUoni or t btireinat i Uled. Rates: Cash With Copy £'· PS TVO.O PR tjlr 6' Pit Wc-J P*. Rl, o*d rrvrumum JCaid Ot Ttun 5irp-9at« 50 INSERTION ONLY fep(.t»icallon 01 or poilion of me Clatsilicd Ady«iti responvbilily P L E A S E AOVERTIS c Ad« ooieciiorui woids o EVENT DAILY! :Ily c f a i u f y 41 dcleti Classified Index: ] Seivtce. Bul:ncs* c'ut? 10 Loll and Fourtd 12 CnJd Care-Basy ^i:n 14 Heto Wanted 18 Pciiliom wanted 22 Rental*. Wive"Iineau ?6 P4o?K«a-xJ Penonaiv 28 ArnKjuei }4 Sa'e 01 T i ace 36 Mutual Intliumentt 38 Home Apcl'arce* F 50 Pets 52 N'otwcyc. 6* F ucl Heali- CcjO'itf 6 BhHr, .Olfic-c to- »eni 68 7»j,l« ScJ,·^ lo, R£.II in HOIMCV Apjiln c"U 'o* 7? ROtX'-l. R-xxr, B^a-i! IftvfltircnK 8? ntal E S'a'c 8* Waltej IV. Buy R 96 MotH* Hampj «S TftKl-v' WI-( Dr. home health nursing. Part time positions requiring sincere desire tor a challenge In nursing service. Program covers all of Flathead County, especially Interested In RN's from the Northern part of the valley. All RN's and nurses aides may call, 755-5300, ext. 343, for further information and/ or interview. 5/4 Wanted: Experienced dinner chef. Some knowledge In ordering and kitchen Inventory helpful. Apply at The Montana Noodle Company, Whitefish, between 11:00 and 1:00 dally, t/f Wanted, experienced typist to work full-time, will train for specialized typing. Duties will also include telephone answering and general office duties. Phone 755-5785 for interview. 6/3 Needed, registered nurses and licensed practical nurses at poionial Manor Nursing Home, in Whitefish, Montana. Call 862-3557 between 8 and 5. Monday (hrough Friday. 6/4 Energetic person: Position as collector in local collection agency. Salary plus bonus. Excellent opportunity for advancement. Call manager. 756-5093. 6/14 WANTED Wanted, logging Job for D6 rubber tired skidder loader and two trucks. Would consider just loading and haui- ing. 756-3920. 6/6 26 NOTICES Joy Beauty Shop Is open evenings. Hair cutting is a specialty. For appointment, 756-7788. t/f Alcoholics Anonymous, Box 253. 862-2879, 892-3909, 752-2816, 756-7388. t/f Good house to be moved. Will accept offer. Phone 7551195. 6/6 For sale, 1500 peeled pointed tamarack potts, large or small quantities, reasonable. Call, 756-2293 after 7 p.m. 6/14 For sale: 12 new aluminum *un screens triit block out 80 per cent of sun's heat and glare. (43x5f inches) Good for business, house or cabin.. Half price. Cal! 755-8270 after 6 p.m. t/f Wedding gown, beautifully decorated with seed pearl and lace, short train. Complete with veil head piece, long bouffant slip, size 10. Reasonable. Phone 7567541 after 5 p.m. 6/3 Extra large side-by-slde r e f r i g e r a t o r f r e e z e r , automatic tee maker, excellent condition. $395. Phone 756-7514 after 5 p.m. 6/3 Just received, 1976 models. Whites Metal Detectors. Slims Standard Station, 432 East Idaho Street- t/f For sate, cedar shake wood 5" shell. $95 a cord. Hand split cedar fence posts. 7563946. 6/2 Shale rock, driveways, commercial use, new roads, good base for cement slabs. Looks good and is economical. One mile south of The Trap Zoo. 752-3691. 6/6 Antique 30 gas cat, runnable, $350 or best offer. 862-3684. 6/3 Whole fryers, 75* per pound. Manure, $5.00 a pickup lead. You load or we will load for. another $5.00.387-5661.6/6i It's gross! Excavating^ Backhoe and dump truck service. Top soil. Reasonable rates. One mile south of The Trap Zoo. 752-3891.6/6' For sale, oak bed and dresser set. Call after 5 p.m. 7564475. 6/2 For sale, harvest gold washer and dryer, 2-years-old, $300 or reasonable offer. One 21" color TV console model, $150. Call 752-1560. 6/6 50 PETS Now open, Indian Jewelry, good quality, many signed pieces, '/b off retail prices until Uune 10th. The Turquoise Trader, next door to Honey Berry Farm Restaurant, Hungry Horse. 6/8 Hothead Crime Control Check 755-2424 Informer ramatnt anonymous. Rec«iv« tallt 24 hours/day counry-widt crime information. 2 kittens, 8 weeks old. Sand box trained. Phone 7567051. Vf Wanted, .good home In country for 3 year old spayed female coon hound. Please call again, 755-3490. 6/8 Selling out Kennel: AKC registered Malemutes bred and raised in Alaska, also new dog sled. 857-3890. 6/15 34 S*l£ CHI TR*Pt 14 foot Mirro Craft boat, 7.5 Mercury motor, 14 foot canoe. Will trade foj guns or something of equal value. 387-5661. 6/6 38 HOME APPUANCES FURNISHINGS Furniture, good couch and chair. 755-8320. 6/6 52 MOTOtCYOES Honda 90 Trail, good condl- tlon, many extras, $300. Dan Moss, Elm Resort, Bigfork. 6/4 1970 Yamaha 90 Enduro, best offer over $125. Can, 756-4627. 6/9 1972*CL 350 Honda, 7000 miles, cherry condition. $695. 755-5555 days, 7569291 evenings. Call Will. 6/3 42 BUILDING MATERIALS Pinchers Gothic Arch buildings, farms, lake cabins, commercial buildings. Free estimates. 755-7156 or 7552780. t/f Llllenthal Insulation Company. Complete insulation service. New construction, older homes, sound control, suspended ceiling systems. Phone 75S-5756 for free estimate, t/f Car load sale, galvanized and colored steel roofing. Free estimates on Steel Dome buildings and green houses. Kalispell Cabinet Works. 5 Sixth Ave. West.' Phone, 756-5645. t/l 44 MISCEL1ANEOUS WANTED Wanted: Wrecked and abandoned cars for salvage, 7564716. t/f Want to buy used office furniture O'Neil Office Supply. 755-5328. t/t 46 MISCEUANEOWS FOR SALE For sale, sewing machine, TV. bowling ball, uniforms. 752-2373. 6/1 1975 Honda LX 250, excellent condition. $800. Call, 862-4309 or 862-2793. 6/6 For sale, 1971 350 Honda Scrambler good shape. $400TCall after 6 p.m., 7551379. 6/6 Enjoy summer with a motorcycle. I have a 1972 CB 350 I would like to sell. Good shape. 4600 miles, $500. 756-5237. 6/2 54 SfOtTrNG COOPS We pay cash for used guns. Hanson's O.K. Hardware, Gateway West Mall, t/l For sale, cross country skis and accessories, downhill skis, snow shoes, back pack, and 50 pound bow and arrow. 756-7277. 6/6 55 ROATIMC 14 loot Wizzard glass boat, trailer, old 10 HP Evinrude motor, $300. Dan Moss, Elm Resort, Bigfork. 6/4 Sports. For the best service at the lowest rate, only $12.00 per hour. 280 North Meridian. 755-8787. t/f

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