Daily Tribune-Examiner (Dillon, Mont.) 1971-1973, April 14, 1971, Image 3

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4 ission Summary of the Proceedings of the Regular Monthly Session o f the Board of County Commissioners, April 5 and 6,1971. GENERALFUND Finefrock Publishing Co., Inc. Printing 90.40 Tribune Printing Index, Books & Charge Slips 1209.75 Mildred B. Crosby Attorney General Opinions 12.00 Don’s Office Machine Company Supplies & Copy Machine 319.80 Southwestern View Ad for Assessor 18.00 State Board of Equalization Tax Guides, etc. 141.21 Harold C. Petersen Mileage 50.22 Madisonian District Court Rules 159.07 Mary Ellen Smith Mileage 41.33 Greyson Phipps Mileage 122.64 John E. Helming Mileage 47.00 Raymond L. Davis Mileage 202.10 Lloyd J. Thomas Mileage 117.70 Fred L. Rebish Mileage 83.60 Union Pacific Railroad Rental 5.00 Dillon Portrait Studio Photo Finishing 23.73 State Reporter 1971 Legislative Review 7.50 James Oleson Assn. Dues 35.00 W. G. Gilbert, III Envelopes, etc. 24.35 Richard S. Later Fees 105.00 Raymond M. Schwartz Coroner’s Fees 10.10 Myrl Erwin Stenographer-Coroner 5.00 Payroll General Fund 96.00 Richardson Electric Wiring 146.84 Johnson Brothers Supplies 163.91 Snap-On Tools Pliers 5.60 Co-op Supply Supplies 5.79 Blanche Knight Wax & Stripper 29.88 Dillon Disposal Service Garbage Removal 21.90 Election Registrars Election Registration 6.72 Raymond L. Davis Board o f Prisoners 83.25 Schulz & Davis Legal Services 125.00 Ftank M. Davis ■ Legal Services . ' 100.00 Harvey E, Lake Radio Service Contract 70.00 Beaverhead Chamber of Commerce Rent 175.00 Montana Industrial Accident Board Premium 1023.48 Clarabel Bogut Mileage 17.10 Beaverhead Paint & Glass Painting Jail 1203.50 Harvey Brothers Construction Remodeling Treas. Office 1338.96 A. J. Simon Painting 939.65 O'Connors Office Equipment Files-Treas. 190.20 Chuck Stathem Painting 102.00 Dick Newton Con­ struction Cabinets, Table, & Bulletin Board 255.20 ROAD FUND Duddy’s of Colorado, Inc. Grader Tube Blem plus Frt. 47.63 Shepherds Garage Parts & Replacements 259.85 McKevitt’s Conoco Parts & Repairs 22.85 O. K. Tires Store Tires & Tubes 2113.20 Rule Garage Parts & Replacements 41.66 Elliott Ford Sales Parts & Repairs 105.37 Howard Motors, Inc. f Parts 4.92 Larry’s Automotive & Diesel Service Parts 41.80 Gallatin Equipment Co. Loader Fittings 2.20 Beaverhead Laundry & Dry Cleaners, Inc. Grease Rags 15.10 Continental Oil Co. Gasoline 192.07 Texaco, Inc. Oil . 14.93 Continental Oil Company Gasoline 624.37 POORFUND Parkview Acres Nursing Home Care o f Patients 727.90 State Dept, of Public Welfare Reimbursement Campus Bookstore Pens Safeway Stores, Inc. Groceries Skeets Cafe Meals Beaverhead County Treasurer Food Stamp Metlen Cafe • Meals 13.00 Conway B. Newman Clothing Supplement li.oo George Bennett Meal Ticket 30.00 Joseph F. Phillips Rent 39.00 Hale’s College Enco Service Gasoline 2.00 Town Pump Gas 4.80 Ray Howard Rent 7.50 Cal Gas (Montana Propane) Propane 14.00 H ie Montana Power Co. Electricity 60.00 William F. Smith Clothing Allowance 11.00 Safeway Stores, Inc. Groceries • 20.00 Proulx’s Union 76 Service Gas 4.00 Axel R. Madsen Rent 97.50 Montana Power Co. Electricity 21.29 Mark Nagel Rent 6.00 Barrett Hospital Care o f Patients 1259.50 R. J. English, O.D. Care o f Patient 8.00 Marian T. Lohman Care o f Patients 325.00 Crest Nursing Home, Inc. Care 30.00 Montana Deaconess Hospital Care o f Patient 2.60 Beaverhead Ambulance Co., Inc. Ambulance Service 10.50 Reimbursement 3732.20 5.88 3.00 13.50 372.60 The Daily. TV Schedule Wednesday, Apr. 14 5:00 PM 2, 4 & & — News 5 - Gifl/gan's Island 5:30 PM 2 & 5— News 4 - Glen Campbell 6 - Petticoat Junction 6:00 PM 6 - Truth or Consequences 6:30 PM 2 - Men From Shiloh 4 & 6— Jacques Costeau 5 - Doris Day 7:00 PM 5— Medical Center 7:30 PM 4 & 6— Smith Family 6:00 PM 2 - The Psychiatrist 4 - Hawaii Five-0 5“ Movie (The Perils of Pauline) 6 - Variety Show 9:00 PM 2 - Music Hall 4 Dan August 6 - ABC News Special 10:00 PM 2, 4 & 5— News 6 it Takes a Thief Phone your Order to Sears 683-4293 Spence Hegstad 10:30 PM 2 - Johnny Carson 4 - Men at Law 10:40 PM 5 - Suspense Theatre 11:00 PM 6 - News 11:30 PM 6— Dick Cavett 11:40 PM 5 - Movie (The Boy Cried Murder!) 12:05 AM 2 - Movie (The Velvet Touch) 66th Anniversary Sale Apr. 15th to 24th Store wide savings in sporting goods and automotive 201 E. Glendale, Dillon Thursday, April 19,1971 0:00 AM Sunrise Semester 6:!J AM Western Way Viewer's Digest 6:30AM News 6:45 AM News Fireman Frank 7:00AM Today Captain Kangaroo Beverly Hillbillies 7:30 AM Gomer Pyle 6:00 AM Dinah Shore News Lucy 6:30 AM Concentration Jack LaLanne Romper Room •9:00 AM 2 •■>. Sale of the Century 4 & 5 - Family Affair 6 Virginia Graham * 9:30AM 2 Hollywood Squares 4 & 5 - Love of Life 6 That Girl 10:00AM 2 - Jeopardy 4 & 5 ■- Where the Heart ts 6 Bewitched 10:30AM . 2 - Who, What, Where 4 & 5- Search For Tomorrow 6 A World Apart IHOO AM 2 - Another World • Somerset 4 & d - . M y Children 5 - Midday . í 11:30AM 2 - Memory Game- 4 & 5 - As the World Turns . 6— Make a Deal NOON 2 - Days of Our Lives 4 6< 5— Love Is Sptendored 6— Newlywed Game 12:30 PM 2 - The Doctors 4 & 5 - Guiding Light 6 - Dating Game 1:00 PM 2 - Another World • Bay City 4 & 5— Secret Storm 6— General Hospital First in Personal Service BEAVERHEAD Laundry & Dry Cleaners 683-5522 1:30 PM 3 - Movie (The Mad Miss Manton) 4 8, 5 - -Edge ol Night 6— One Life to Live 3:00 PM 4 - Gomer Pyle 5~ Movie,(The Virginian) 6 - Mike Douglas 2:30 PM 4 - Merv Griffin . 3:30 PM V - Bright” promise 4 Bugs Bunny 4:00 PM 3 - Star Trek 4- - Beverly Hillbillies ■ 5 - Wild Wild West A - I Love Lucy, 4:30 PM 4 - CBS News 6— Hazel Sneed's Honda Salas ft Servie* \.V ' ..-.¿liai* L BRIDGE FUND Payroll , B r id g e F u n d J 308.00 Montana-Motors Supply, Inc. Parts, etc. Sj 827.66 Ruby Valley Hardware Co., Inc. Supplies 122.35 Lima Lumber & Hardware Parts, etc. > 70.72 Helming Bros., Inc. Parts & Replacements 53.49 Westmont Tractor Co. Parts, etc. < ; 2826.21 Valley Motor Supply Parts, etc. i 82.73 Ralphs Enco Service & Garage Parts, etc. 15.10 AIR P O R T FUND Davis Electric Replacement of Lamp Ballast 14.85 PRED . AN. FUND U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service Reimbursement 1800.00 County Commissioners Per Diem & Mileage General Fund 589.20 Road Fund i 296.27 Southern Montana Telephone Co. ¡ Telephones General Fund 37.88 Road Fund 16.00 Mountain Bell Telephones General Fund 667.90 Road Fund 75.52 Poor Fund 121.04 Fair Fund 1.50 Airport Fund 42.43 Extension Fund 45.21 Reclass. Fund 29.55 Xerox Corporation Paper & Supplies - tc ? General Fund 214.59 Poor Fund 71.54 County Clerks . Petty Cash Fund Reimbursement General Fund 132.00 Poor Fund 50.00 Dillon Office Supply Furniture & Supplies General Fund 904.87 Poor Fund 266.04 Extension Fund 8.28 Peterson Drug Drugs General Fund 29.95 Poor Fund 281.15 The Montana Power Co. Electricity & Gas General Fund 343.34 Road Fund 195.32 Fair Fund 22.36 Airport Fund 3.50 Vigilante Electric Cooperative, Inc. Electricity General Fund 12.00 Road Fund 78.90 Poor Fund 20.00 Airport Fund 38.40 Standard Lumber & Coal Co. Coal & Paint General Fund 6.50 Poor Fund 25.00 Hazelbaker Agency Insurance General Fund 897.42 Road Fund 885.22 Fair Fund 1171.85 Mitchell Drug Drugs & Supplies General Fund 7.24 Poor Fund 264.31 Beaverhead Lumber Company Coal & Supplies General Fund 5.65 Poor Fund 50.00 Dillon Implement Company Supplies General Fund 4.97 D A ILY TRIBUNE-EXAM INER Wednesday, April 14,1971 Dillon, Montana Pages 35.00 165.00 24.00 21.50 1000.00 750.00 627.37 23.92 286.67 3.38 18.20 32.50 Road Fund 12.14 Fair Fund 27.40 Patricia Dunn Rent General Fund Poor Fund Andrew J. Wehler, M.D. Care of Patients General Fund Poor Fund Brundage Funeral Home Burials General Fund Poor Fund Soc. Sec. Div., P.E.R.S. Employers Share General Fund Road Fund Bridge Fund Airport Fund Extension Fund Reclass. Fund Montana Group Service, Inc. Employers Share General Fund 112.74. Road Fund 7.50 Bridge Fund 52.50 Extension Fund 7.50 Reclass. Fund 7.50 Public Employees Retirement System Employers Share General Fund Bridge Fund Airport Fund Extension Fund Reclass. Fund Montana Teachers Retirement System Employers Share General Fund Payroll for March 1971 Various Funds Airport Fund 65.00 Extension Fund 669.33 Reciass. Fund 625.00 Payroll for March 1971 Bridge Fund 5205.00 Payroll for March 1971 General Fund 11,658.86 There being no further business to come before the Board, the meeting adjourned at 5:00 o’clock P.M., Tuesday, April 6, 1971. APPROVED: M EL McDOWELL Chairman of the Board ATTEST: M ARG A R ET^. THOMPSON Clerk of Said Board IGCD » 1 « ! li 423.93 219.51 2.79 15.05 26.88 27.19 The distance o f the sun from the eurth averages about 93 million miles. A newborn child, placed on a spaceship flying toward the sun at 500 miles an hour, would be more than 21 years old when lie arrived there! The largest piece o f used murblc in the world is the cop­ ing stone o f the Tomb o f the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Nationul Cemetery in Virginia. It weighs more than 100,000 pounds! The heaviest magnet in the world I b in Russia. It measures 200 feet in diumeter, with a weight o f 40,000 tons! French Glazed 6/45 2 in a bag 59Í Berry Patch AI1l l rr< Preserves Flavor £ 0 * 2 lb. jar Vienna Sausage 4 / $ l Sugar 25 Ib. sack ________ $ 3 ” ________ Eggs Med. AA Do*. 39 * Beer Burgle 6 — 1 2 oz. cans Lucky Lager 6 — 12 oz. bottles 6 /Î 1 10 Frozen Food Hash Browns QQ4 2 Ib. Pkg. Orange Juice Western Family 6 oz. , GROUND F r e s h H o u r ly BEEF Slab Bacon whole or half FRESH FRYERS 10 lb. pkg. for f ‘4.90 A O * W h o le b o d ie d , A G r a d e , not s k in to r n 53* >b. 4 7 39V. SLICED I\9 MEATS 5 V a r i e t i e s . _ _ e i oo BONELESS HAMS Bonanza Brand Half or Whole TURKEYS Gold Coin or Budgetwise Brand 18 to 20 lb. average 3 p k g s . ^ | 95V. O Q ^ i b LINK SAUSAGE R o b e r t s s m a ll Corned Beef Boneless - rolled SAUSAGE C o u n t r y S t y le , Pure Pork 69* ib. 79V 53* it. PASTIES PASTIES Fresh, fresh frozen for that quick and easy lunch or dinner. n CHICKEN U Don’t be disappointed, try to order early and w e ’ll have ’em bagged, 1 | \ Q piping hot, r e a d y I * 9 7 SAME SERVICE SUNDAYS Potatoes 1 Bakers 1 0 l b s . 4 3 * U S n o . 2 $ 9 100 lb. sack Oranges U.S. No. 1 Sunkist 6 lbs. Onions U.S. No. I Yellow ï j 0 ’ Grapefruit H. No. 1 Texas 10 For Celery U.S. No. 1 Crisp Green Stock Your Freezer . . . Choice Grain Fed Steer B e e f— Cut, W rapped and Quick Frozen ! Heady fo r Y o u r Freezer— A ll fo r These Low Prices! Front Quarters Beef... l b . 5 9 , | | A $ p o r o g U S Side of B e e f .... .... .. l b . 6 3* Hind Quarters Beef ., l b . 69* Pork (whole or half)... l b . 43* ( Sausage and rendering a t this price) U.S. No. 1 Phone 683-2357 ' y K l V I Bunch :AG S T O R E S D S [Strawberries U.S. No, 1 Red Ripe Basket . Features o r . Offered àf Roberts y y, < i 1 ,c •>;\i *■ * . . . A . ' . . , V *• , L r àw&ts/dsi. i&L

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