The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 9, 1976 · Page 7
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School at Essex posing a problem ·yKAYMNNen North V*My CcrrMpondtnt ·M-4MI COLUMBIA FALLS - School District I Board of Trwteci dl»cus- Md the powiMe ctaure of the Etsex EJeraentiry School Tuesday night. Botrf member Walt Whirry, who chaired a committee which explored the iitu»Uon at Essei nude three recommendations to the board. Whirry recommended that 1) the ictool remain open; t) that the teacfaerage be sold; and 3) that a person be hired to perform jaoatorial dotiw at the school. Whirry said the Essex teacherage ta the only existing one in th district and that it is io^depJcwbl* condition, "We should keep the school open Furlong wins high Girls State office Judy Furlong, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. NoaJ Furlong of Kallspell, was elected lieutenant governor Tuesday at the 29th Montana Girls State session at Carroll College In Helena. Girls State Is sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary and the session concludes Thursday. Furlong Is a junior at Flathead High School. HELENA - Becky Stiff, a Junior at Botemac High School, Tuesday was elected governor ot 1976 Montana Girls State. Stiff captured the gubernatorial seat by edging Wendy Abney of Victor. The citizens of Treasure State elected Jane Copeiy of Helena and Kaycie Jones of Great Falls to serve as Girls Nation senators. For the first time the two senators and governor will attend Girls Nation in Washington, D.C. in July. Judy Furlong of Kalispell defeated Mary McCann of Wolf Point in the lieutenant governor race. In other election results -- Ellen Nash of Darby was elected attorney general, the secretary of state office went to Tami Ryan of Butte; Connie Eklund, Saco, was elected state auditor; the state treasurer seat went to Carol Wesen of Glasgow; Cbery Rainey of Miles City was elected superintendent of public Instruction. Voted to the Public Service Commission were: Rhoda Bies, Opheim; Joan Cunningham, Great Falls; Helen Engebretson, Gilford; Sandy Hauler, Lewis town; Marlis Majerus of Great Fails, the clerk of the Supreme Court went to Jan Williams of Billings. On the inn-partisan ballot Tori Nobles of Corvallis was elected as chief justice of the Supreme Court; voted associated justices were: Mutt Dickson, Scobey; Denise Janssen, Fort Benton; Meg Mansfield, Great Palls and Cindy Sizemore, Chinook. twcMM the people who moved there did so knowing there was a school there," Whirry Mid. He meotioaed somt development in the area, the railroad personnel hi the area with families, indicating some growth could occur. Board member S.C. Koch suggested the one-room, eight-grade school be toft open for a tew years," to see what happens." Board member Larry Wilson said the school bad been a "losing proposition for 15 years" in respect to enrollment. Wilson said enrollment this term was at an ell-time low with five students, three from one family, and two from another family. "If ever there was a time to close the school, now ia the time to took at it," he said. School Clerk G.W. Jacob! repori«d that the cost of tramporth* studeMs to school in Columbia Fall* from Etui to be shoot *,MO · year. Wilson added that the srt)ect was controversial and asked question about safety factors at tb school, aad the quality of education a student could receive in a one-room school. Chairman R.L. Taylor suggested a final decision be made at a special meeting at 8 p.m. June 16. He said additional input was needed from Superintendent of Schools, R.J. Sounrada, who was absent from tiki board meeting while attending a Title I meeting in Helena. Also to be discussed at the special meeting will be the disposing of a school-owned trailer which the Aquatic Club would like to use for a Pipeline hearings several months away OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) - Northern Tier Pipeline Co. has filed an application seeking site certification for a Port Angeles oil superport, but it appears it will be several months before hearings are scheduled. The application was filed with the Energy Facilities Siting Council Monday along with a certified check for 125,000, said council Executive Secretary Roger Polzin. , But Polzin said the application was vague and did grain prices not provide information required by the council before it can schedule hearings. He said the application states the firm contemplates construction of piers, a tank farm and pipeline. He said it indicated the pier and tank farm would be located on Ediz Hook, a thin jetty of land that readies out from Port Angeles into the Strait of Juan de Fuca. The pipeline application asks for certification of a line running from Port Angeles to the Washington- Idaho border. The firm indicated the line would be extended to serve Midwest refineries. Polzin said before hearings are scheduled, the council will require a description of site characteristics, a detailed project description and evaluation of the project's impact on air, land, water, vegetation, fish and wildlife. Hays wins I Democratic I nomination ST. CLAIRSVILLE, Ohio (AP) - Rep. Wayne Hays, facing a showdown with House colleagues over a payroll-sex scandal, has won renomination to a 15th term in Congress. T h e 6 5 - y e a r - o l d Democrat won Tuesday's Democratic primary over Nick Kamick, a 56-year-old Steubenville court bailiff making his fifth run at Hays. Karnick's best previous showing against the incumbent was 20 per cent, but with 64 per cent of the vote counted, the challenger .had 43 per cent of the total - Hays 20,175, Karnick 14,925. H a y s w i l l f a c e Republican Ralph R. McCoy of Woodsfield and William Crabbe, Steubenville's m a y o r and an independent. A-7 sfautf vwiiff track meets. Th« opt** of Mfc feruftalt mi ·MltH «d for a tnetaraowar were postponed mW (fee apaekl meeting fee to oar/ «ae hid fete recriwd in each atepry, T.ytar Ihe board agreed to bay M atria* paint gun and to begin paiatfe* the school using existing summer personnel. Assistant MaintaUMe Supervisor Sam Ellman said the airless gun "has no over spray, la fast and efficient." He said fl.CW wotVt be needed for the equipment. A letter from Roy Anders, as- nouncing bis retirement ct the end of the term, was read. Anders had fulfilled J4 years in the school system and said he was looking forward to "taking it easy." As of i p.m. Tuesday Hard Spring Winter Ord. to 10.9 Protein 2.99 3.24 11.0 to 11.4 Protein 3.20 3.24 U.5 to 11.9 Protein 3.34 3.24 U.O to 12.4 Protein 3.55 3.32 U.5 to 12.9 Protein 3.69 3.38 13.0 to 13.4 Protein 3.90 3.40 13.5 to 13.9 Protein 4.04 3.44 14.0 to 14.4 Protein 4.25 3.48 14.5 to 14.9 Protein 4.33 3.52 15.0 Protein 4.41 White Wheat 3.01 BARLEY No. 142 (45* up) 4.70 No. J (44| 43f) 4.65 No. 4 (42* i 41*) 4.60 No. 5 (40* down) .. 4 35 OATS No. 2 2 (38* up) 4.75 37*..: 4.70 36* 4.65 FEED WHEAT 2.55 stock quotes Arowrd ............... 7H-* Amer Broad SOtt-v. Amer Electric Power . llVi+Vi American Motors ......... 5... American Tel t Tel . . HV4+* Attend* Co .......... »%-^ AnsolCo ............... 8V4... ApecoCorp ............ M... Avon Prorf ........... Utt-t-K Biuscb Lomb ....... 31"*-A Beatrice Foods ......... »*... Bethlehem Steel H 4 R Block Boeing .............. J4'A-l-y« Boise Cascade ........... Z4V Bmswidt .......... ....1M4... Bocytras-Erie .......... 17+ M Boritagtoo Northern . . . 41%-H Champion Home Builders . J 1 * Oarnpion toll ......... Btt-K Chrysler .............. ISft-H City Divesting ......... 9 CouCola Comstat Continental Oil ... Control DTA ......... : y t ?-K4 Dttforgio Corp ......... SH... Disney ................. sm Dow Chemical ......... Wt .. Eastern Airl ....... '... HH-M Eastman Kodak ....... gsVt-H Evuaprod ............ JH. EnonCorp First Charter Flirtiot .............. FordMotors ......... S7H+* Goo*fc* ............. «*+* Gnat Vest Ftntace ..... 11+ H Grejtaod .............. is-* Got/ Oil ............. am-* Homesuke ........... SJH-m Jewel Co ................ 20-Vi SSKresfe ........... S4*-t-4* LosfcUna Pacific ...... 1JH-V. Mirror ............... »V* McDonalds .......... SIH-Hi MfeBMmtMamf ..... 53*... Monsanto ............ 9JH+H MostDAkoU Mont Power Morrison Knotson Kikmas N W . Air Line NWBaacorp ......... SH4-K OccMenUlPet ....... IW-H* J C Penny .......... 50H+H Western Bancorp West Co. of N A . Whittaker Wickes Xero* Corp . 1SV4... . 5*... . . 53H+H Advertisement Hearing Tests Set For Kalispell 10th Whitefish llth Frew electronic hearing tetti will be given at Kalispell Thursday June 10th and Whitefish Friday, June 11th. Factory-trained hearing aid specialists will be at the office listed below to perform the tests. Anyone who has trouble hearing or understanding is welcome to have a test using the latest electronic equipment to determine his or her particular loss. Diagrams showing how the ear works and some of the causes of hearing loss will be available. Everyone should have a hearing test at least once a year if there is any trouble at all hearing clearly. Even people now wearing a hearing aid or thone who have been told nothing could be done for them should have a hearing test and find out about the latest methods of hearing correction. The free hearing tests will be given in Kalispell at The Four Seasons Motel in room 133 (755-6123); in Whitefish at the Downtowner Motel (862-2535). These tests will be given from 10:00 - 1:00 in WhiteFnh, and 10:00 - 1:00 in Kali«p«ll. If you can't get there at those times, please call and arrange for an appointment at another time. BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE 10,000 BIG SKY LOGGERS m-f* 41K-H PettroH PitratCorp SlRttfs Piper Scott Paper ........... Sews ................ O*+H Skyline .............. 1SH+H StmtOq of Calif ..... MVi+H SMktneMfe .......... UV.-W, Teleprompter .......... jit... Tenco ................ »·*... Tens lust ........... !ljy«.y Teus Inter ........ 8H- 1 '. TweWJeth Cent Fmi .... Sfc+H Union dttWe .......... B+v. V SSteel ............... srs Wetten Air Line ....... H.-H CHAMPIONSHIP June 19th 20th KALISPELL, MONT. 12:00 NOON SAT.1:00 P.M. SUN. 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