The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 6, 1976 · Page 25
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 25

Kalispell, Montana
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Sunday, June 6, 1976
Page 25
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Council to study golf bids The Kalispell City Council will meet Monday night in the council chambers beginning at 7:30, During the meeting, the council will open bids for seed and fertilizer for the golf course and approve a bid for asphalt for the city streets. Mayor Norma Happ said she will ask the council's permission to sign the Conrad Mansion contracts. Fire Chief Jack Peters will present a financing scheme for an aerial fire truck to enable the city to proceed with soliciting bids. Doug Daniels of Thomas, Dean and Hoskins will report on the design of the First Avenue East and Center Street project. The council also will discuss the revenue sharing planned use report. Camping areas open L I B B Y - Most c a m p g r o u n d s i n t h e Kootenai National Forest now are open, but daily fee collection at the fully developed campsites won't begin until June 19. D o n W e s t f a l l , a d - ministrative support for the forest, said some campgrounds won't have drinking water available untiil early or mid-June. V i s i t o r s t o t h e campgrounds should bring their own water in the event the water line hasn't been hooked up. Westfall said Big and Litt l e T h e r r i a u l t L a k e Campgrounds still are closed because of snow. Both Whiletail and Pete Creek Campgrounds on the Yaak District are closed because of flood damage occurring last winter. Campgrounds on the Kootenai Forest charging a (2 daily camping fee through Labor Day are: Bull River, North Dickey Lake, Yaak, Paul Bunyan, Pleasant Valley, "McGii- livray and North Snore. Of the money collected, 65 per cent is returned to the Northern Region Office in Missoula and then distributed to the forests for construction and operation of recreation facilities. 1976-77 school fees may increase HELENA (AP) - The state Board of Regents is to consider proposals which would raise the cost of living on campus from 4 to 11 per cent in the 1976-77 school year. The board meets Monday in Dillon. The six units of the Montana University System have proposed the increases to offset the higher costs of natural gas, electricity, food, other supplies and salaries. The University of Montana has proposed the smallest increase: to $1,361 from $1,309 as the rate for one person living in a double-occupied dormitory room and eating the maximum number of meals for the full year. The largest increase, if approved, would come at Western Montana College, where officials seek an 11 per cent boost from $1,044 to J1.159. WMC currently charges less than any other unit. Montana State University proposes an 8 per cent increase from $1,178 to $1,272. Other proposals include: --Montana Tech, 10 per cent, $1,136 to $1,250. --Northern Montana, 6.8 per cent, $1,074 to $1,147. --Eastern Montana, 10.3 per cent at Apsaruke Hall and 9.7 per cent at Petro, Rimrock and Cisel halls, $1,168 to $1,289 at Apsaruke and $1,205 to $1,322 at the others. Cash grain CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat No 2 hard winter 3 S3"«n Friday; No 2 soil red Mtvm. Corn No 2 yellow 2 W\4n hopper 2 95^ bor Oats No 2 heavy l.B7'4n. Soybeans No 1 yellow S.TSV'.n. No 2 yellow com Thursday was quoted at 2 STJn hopper 2.94n DM The Dairy Inttr Uk«, Ktffcpdl, Mor.Un*, SurKHy. Jun, 6 , 176

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