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Published by BS Central 515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230 406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578
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406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578
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Soup & Monster Cookies!

Don’t have any supper plans this evening? The Catholic and Lutheran Youth Groups are hosting a Soup Supper at St. Raphael’s Parish Center tonight (Wednesday, April 15) from 6-7 p.m. The meal is free and everyone is invited to enjoy split pea soup,

vegetable beef soup, chili, fresh bread, and monster cookies. Food is being donated by Thrivent Financial. Pictured above are a few of the youth group kids making the monster cookies. Come to St. Raphael’s tonight and enjoy!

Published by BS Central 515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230 406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578
Published by BS Central 515 2nd Ave. S • Glasgow, MT 59230 406-228-4558 • fax: 406-228-4578

• If my business gets much worse, I won’t have to lie on my next tax return.

Taxes are a lot like golf. You drive hard to get to the green and then wind up in the hole.

A fool and his money are soon par ted. The rest of us wait until income tax time.

• The average man knows as much about the atomic bomb as he does about his income-tax form.

• When making out your income-tax report,

be sure you don’ t overlook your most expensive dependent - the government. Perhaps income-tax forms should be more realistic by allowing the taxpayer to list Uncle Sam as a dependent.

• Maybe we wouldn’t mind paying income tax if we could know which country it ’s going to.

• Trying to curb inflation by raising taxes is like giving a drunk another drink to sober him up.

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Benefit for the Holters

There will be a benefit for the Curt and Becky Holter family who lost everything in a house fire. It will be held on Saturday, April 25th at the VFW in Glasgow following the jam session. Dinner will be served starting at 5:00 p.m. and a live auction will follow at 6:00. Anyone wishing to donate auction items, please call Shelly George at 263- 2585. Or 228-2585. Supplemental funding will be provided by Thrivent Financial.

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OBITUARY Patricia Hayes Patricia Ann Farley Hayes, 79, of Glasgow, passed peacefully surrounded by her family
OBITUARY
Patricia Hayes
Patricia
Ann
Farley Hayes, 79,
of
Glasgow,
passed
peacefully surrounded
by
her
family
after
a
short
illness
on
Saturday,
April
11,
2015 at Frances Mahon
Deaconess Hospital.
Pat was born on July 14, 1935 in Havre, Montana
to Michael & Marion (Weeks) Farley and was the

fourth of five children. She attended Havre High School. In 1952 she married Edward Kirchdoerfer and they had two childen, they later divorced. On June 25, 1960 Pat married Robert Cook, together they had 4 children. After her divorce from Robert, she met and married Jim Hayes. S he dedicated her life to helping others and became the first CNA at Valley View Nursing Home in Glasgow. She also lived and worked in Havre for several years. The most important thing in her life

was family and was known by many as Grandma

Pat. She loved to cook, read, bowl and do search-a-

words. Spending time with her grandkids and great- grandkids was what made her happiest in life. She enjoyed travelling all over with her sister Junie and brother-in-law Ted. P at is survived by her children Pam (John) Dodson, Carole Kickland (Jay Brownson), Scott Cook, Diana (Jubal) Cole all of Glasgow and Julie (Steve) Jenssen of Pierre, South Dakota; siblings William ‘Bill’ (Ellen) Farley of Hayden, Idaho and Virginia ‘Junie’ (Ted) Lilly of Pasco, Washington. She is also survived by 17 grandchildren, 25 great- grandchildren and 2 special adopted grandchildren. S he was preceded in death by her parents Michael and Marion, her son William ‘Willie’ Kirchdoerfer, siblings Joyce McNabb and James (Dolly) Farley; and grandchildren Hanna and Ty Cook.

S ervices will be at the Assembly of God Church on Wednesday, April 15, at 2pm in Glasgow. Reception to follow at the Cottonwood Inn at 4pm. A memorial fund has been set up at Valley Bank.

BUZZIFIEDS

BUZZ GARAGE SALE: Saturday, April 18th, 8am - 2pm. Rain or Shine. 20 AIKEN RD, GLASGOW

BUZZ PCCW PARISH COUNCIL OF CATHOLIC WOMEN is looking for donations

for Annual Spring Rummage Sale! April 30 - May 2. DONATIONS CAN BE DROPPED OFF ANYTIME AT ST. RAPHAELS PARISH CENTER

BUZZ HELP WANTED: Northern Lights Casino is looking for a Casino Attendant. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE JOB SERVICE

BUZZ

VALLEY COUNTY TRANSIT has an opening for a dispatcher/driver. This could be full-time or be split into separate positions. Benefits may include

health insurance, retirement, sick and vacation leave, plus paid holidays. Must be able to obtain a CDL with passenger endorsement within 60 days

of hire. People skills and good driving record are required. Will be subject to preemployment drug test, criminal and driving record check. WOULD LIKE TO FILL A.S.A.P. CALL 228-8744 FOR MORE INFORMATION OR APPLY AT JOB SERVICE.

BUZZ

HELP WANTED: Full-time Customer Service and Office Person. Duties for this position include: waiting on customers, answering phones, making work orders, ordering, checking in inventory, pricing and putting inventory away, pricing and making sales slips, processing returns and credits, cleaning and organizing store and work area, computer data entry, and

Fire Hazard through this evening
Fire Hazard
through
this evening
BUZZIFIEDS BUZZ GARAGE SALE: Saturday, April 18th, 8am - 2pm. Rain or Shine. 20 AIKEN RD,
BUZZIFIEDS BUZZ GARAGE SALE: Saturday, April 18th, 8am - 2pm. Rain or Shine. 20 AIKEN RD,

Tonight: Partly cloudy, with a low around 30. Blustery,

with a north northwest wind 18 to 23 mph decreasing to

  • 8 to 13 mph after midnight. Winds could gust as high as 32 mph.

Thursday: Sunny, with a high near 63. West wind 5 to 10 mph.

Thursday Night: Mostly clear, with a low around 36. West southwest wind 5 to 9 mph.

Friday: Sunny, with a high near 66. North northwest wind

  • 8 to 10 mph.

Friday Night: Mostly clear, with Southeast wind 8 to 10 mph.

a low around 39.

Saturday: A 20 percent chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with a high near 65. South wind 9 to 14 mph becoming northwest 15 to 20 mph in the afternoon. Winds could gust as high as 28 mph.

Saturday Night: A slight chance of showers. Partly cloudy, with a low around 34. Breezy.

Sunday: A slight chance of showers. Mostly sunny, with a high near 55. Breezy.

Sunday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 31. Monday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 56.

Monday Night: A slight chance of showers. Partly cloudy, with a low around 30.

Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 55.

various other office and clerical duties as assigned. Benefits offered for

full-time employees after probation period include a 401K plan, personal days, and insurance. Wage is $11.00-$13.00/hr. STOP BY GLASGOW JOB SERVICE TO PICK UP AN APPLICATION, JOB #10110109.

BUZZ HELP WANTED Part-time Cashier/Stock Person at J.R.’s Party Store.

Wed., Thurs., Fri., 9:30am - 6:30pm. Must be 18 and able to lift 50 to 60 lbs., have excellent customer service w/ some computer experience. Requires background check and prefer alcohol server training. Starts at $9/hr. w/ room for advancement. APPLICATIONS AVAILABLE AT JOB SERVICE. WALK-IN APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED

BUZZ HOUSEKEEPER WANTED at Valley View Home, 40 hours a week. Shift is Saturday-Wednesday. Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Retirement, Sick and Vacation leave. PLEASE CALL 406-228-2461. BUZZ POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Cleaning Technician. Wed. – Sun., 3am

to 11am. Must be able to read and follow written and oral instructions. On-the-job training provided. Must be self-motivated and dependable. Duties: Clean and sanitize rooms and furnishings in assigned work areas following established policies and procedures, to maintain high standards of cleanliness and sanitation throughout the Hospital. Ability to work

according to established schedule for specific hospital area. FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. PLEASE CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3638 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

BUZZ

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: Maintenance Assistant Full-time, Monday – Friday. Must have High School Diploma or GED. Employee will work as member of the maintenance crew to maintain the facility and grounds in a high quality, operational condition in order to facilitate the delivery of optimal patient care. Will be responsible for all types of general building maintenance. FMDH is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. PLEASE CONTACT THE HR DEPARTMENT AT (406) 228.3638 FOR MORE INFORMATION.

BUZZ

EZZIE’S MIDTOWN is looking for a full-time employee. Starting wage is $9.00/hr with some benefits after a 90 day probationary period. Most

shifts will be four 10 hour shifts, some night shifts (1-11pm Sun-Thurs or

2-12pm Fri & Sat) and some day shifts (9am - 7pm). Days and hours of shifts will vary week to week. APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP AT EZZIE’S MIDTOWN

BUZZ FOR SALE: 4400 watt Homelite generator. 8 HP Briggs motor $250. 14” Milwaukee dry cut chop saw. Carbide tipped steel blade $250. EZEE-ON

80-90 front end loader, like new IH mounts $3500. CALL DON @ 724-7079 BUZZ FOR RENT 2 bedroom, 1 bath duplex. Small yard, washer and dryer hook-

ups, central a/c and heat. No pets

CALL 263-0126

.. BUZZ STORE FRONT SPACE AVAILABLE FOR LEASE, 228-2800 BUZZ FOR SALE: 1999 Yamaha Timberwolf 4x4 four-wheeler. New battery, $1,700 OBO. 406-263-0768

BUZZ SHEEP MANURE: I’ll load: $10/pick-up; $25/trailer OR free if you bring a fork and clean the shed. 263-1777 BUZZ

PATTY’S GREENHOUSE OPENING SOON: Looking for part-time help. Must be able to work weekends. CALL LINDA 406-942-0266 OR DEB

406-690-6681

Letter to the Buzz School Board meeting Thursday: save this portion of Irle School! The above
Letter to the Buzz School Board meeting Thursday: save this portion of Irle School! The above
Letter to the Buzz School Board meeting Thursday: save this portion of Irle School! The above
Letter to the Buzz
Letter to the Buzz
Letter to the Buzz

Letter to the Buzz

School Board meeting Thursday:

Letter to the Buzz School Board meeting Thursday: save this portion of Irle School! The above

save this portion of Irle School!

The above photo is the portion of the R.L. Jrle Elementary School that I ask the Glasgow School Board to salvage instead of demolish. I ask that instead of making a motion for demolition only based on input from the construction company, Owner’s Rep and School District Maintenance person; that a special committee be established to consider its salvage instead of demolition. This special committee would be charged with determining need, future planning, opportunity and cost to repurpose for the Glasgow Community and Glasgow School District. On Wednesday, March 11th I spoke to the Glasgow School Board and asked to be placed on the next School Board agenda to propose, detail and discuss the possibilities that would be served for Action for Eastern Montana Head Start, the Glasgow School district and the Glasgow community with the salvage of this brick portion of the current Elementary school. I received a letter from School Board Chairperson Molvig on March 27th that said that Mr. Connors was going to address this issue at the next Board meeting per my request that it be put on the agenda. Ms. Molvig included email information between the Owners Rep, the Sletten Rep and the Head Maintenance man so that I could better understand the problems involved with the salvaging this part of the lrle School. For these two weeks following the receipt of Ms. Molvig’s letter I have been soliciting and gathering information to explore the mechanical and structural issues that were outlined. I have had the opportunity to speak to local structural and service contractors, city experts as well as state inspection officials. The conclusion that I have reached is that more time is needed and should be given to the consideration of the decision that does not allow for anything other than demolition. If we choose not to demolish — can the money saved be used for the repurposing of this current building where the possibilities can address future growth and need? This structure houses 6 classrooms on the first floor, two classrooms on the

bottom floor, two bathrooms, a kitchen and dining area. If the building is demolished the opportunity within this building is gone — Forever. Our community is bonded out for 20 years. Can we save something that already exists instead of being placed in the position of struggling to finance something non-existent and new in the future. The statewide papers continue to have articles, letters to the editor and legislative news regarding the proposed state mandated Early Edge Pre-Kindergarten program. Our community could have as many as 55 plus 4 year olds that would be eligible for the Early Edge program. That means that there could be at least three classes of 18 to 19 four year olds that would need to be in a classroom. Does the new structure have the capability to accommodate these children? The classrooms in this building could do this. This building could also accommodate the Head Start program, offices for youth agencies that may be in the need of expansion, a faculty day care or public day care facility; a boys/girls club; a mentoring program location; a licensed kitchen facility; adult continuing education facilities .... The possibilities for our community are numerous and great. I believe that this request for a special committee and the discussion of the possibilities of this portion of lrle School is a direct reflection of the school district’s dictate to anticipate and constantly recalibrate the future- The future of our pre-kindergarten children and our community. This is the time that we need to bring all facts, figures and vision. Let us take the time now instead of regretting that we should have, could have but didn’t. According to documents I received on Monday the Superintendent’s Recommendation is to not repurpose the two-story portion of the lrle building and the Board will be asked to make a motion on this issue. I invite all taxpayers, parents, grandparents and community members to contact the school board members or attend the school board meeting Thursday, April 16th at 6 p.m. to voice your opinion about this issue. The children of our community need us to speak up for them and the future of our community. Glasgow School District Board of Trustees:

Alison Molvig, Home- 367-5328, Work-228-2114, Cell-

263-0066

Nickolas Dirkes, Home-228-2035, Cell- 942-0813 Mona Amundson, Home- 228-2522, Cell- 263-4176 Suzanne Billingsley, Home- 228-2226, Work- 228-3522, Cell- 263-7166 John Dagget, Home- 367-5106, Work- 526-3411, Cell-

230-2061

Respectfully,

Pam Ost

Glasgow Head Start Site Coordinator

Home - 228-8015 Work- 228-2404

Letter to the Buzz Pam Ost is right on this one! I am writing this letter
Letter to the Buzz Pam Ost is right on this one! I am writing this letter
Letter to the Buzz
Letter to the Buzz
Letter to the Buzz

Letter to the Buzz

Pam Ost is right on this one!

Letter to the Buzz Pam Ost is right on this one! I am writing this letter

I am writing this letter to encourage you to save the building (Irle School) that Pam Ost is concerned about. Ten years ago the Phillips County Coalition for Healthy Choices was located in a one room office building in downtown Malta. It was decided that the Coalition should try to procure a suitable building and have an after school program such as a Boys & Girls Club. The opportunity was given to the Coalition to become an Extension Boys & Girls Club of the Havre Boys & Girls Club of the Hi-Line. The agreement with Havre was to find a suitable location for such an after school activity and they would sponsor the Extension Club. The old Saint Mary’s School building sitting in the middle of the Catholic Complex had not been used for several years and all the utilities had been turned off except the electricity. The building was the first high school in Phillips County, built about 1918 and needed some work done on it. It later was used for a grade school and then sold to the Catholic Diocese and operated as a Catholic School for many years until it was shut down as a school When the Malta High School burned down, the building was used as a Junior High School until the new school was built and the first graduating class was 1999. The windows were all boarded up and the old boiler had not been ftred up for several years. But an agreement was made between the Catholic Diocese in Great Falls and the Coalition to lease it

for a period of three years at $1.00 per year. Funding was obtained through the Boys & Girls Club headquarters in Georgia for the first year and the Ma:lta Extension Club opened October 1, 2005. It took several years, grant money and donations to accomplish what has been done to tile building, but it is a great building and all three floors are being utilized. Our Boys & Girls Club operates on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:00 - 5:30 and in the summer from 1:00 ~ 5:00 on the same days. The organization has obtained money through the 21st Century Learning Grant in Helena for some of its operation and since the Coalition is a 501 (C) 3, it has obtained grants for prevention of alcohol. tobacco and other drugs which has been an asset to the Phillips County communities.

The building is used for trainings, youth meetings, coalition meetings and is recognized favorably by the community. The Phillips County Coalition for Healthy Choices/Boys and Girls Club of the Hi-Line, Malta Extension is my passion and I have worked here for twelve years, past normal retirement age because I love my job. I also love this old building and have taken great pride in what the community has helped us accomplish. You are very welcome to come visit us and see what can be done to a 100 year old building and make it a very productive part of a community. Havre Boys & Girls Club also started out in one of the Havre schools and has experienced great success in after school programs along with prevention programs. If you would like to visit with us about anything we have done, feel free to contact me at (406} 654-2318; lovely@ttc-cmc.net

Sincerely,

Carol Smith

Letter to the Buzz Pam Ost is right on this one! I am writing this letter
Happy 18th Birthday Breanna! No Way So far, this is the oldest you have ever been
Happy 18th Birthday
Breanna!
No Way
So far,
this is the
oldest you have
ever been
Spring Jacket Sale Save 20% to 40% on all Spring Jackets thru Saturday April 18th @
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on all Spring Jackets
thru Saturday
April 18th @ 4pm
Mon-Fri • 9am ~ 5:30pm
Saturday • 9am ~ 4pm
Happy 18th Birthday Breanna! No Way So far, this is the oldest you have ever been
Soup: Beer Cheese • Chili Specials: Pork Chop Sandwich Potato Delight Dine at the“O” 228-8006
Soup: Beer Cheese • Chili
Specials:
Pork Chop Sandwich
Potato Delight
Dine at the“O”
228-8006
The reward for saving money is being able to pay our taxes without borrowing. GLASGOW SCHOOL
The reward for saving
money is being able to
pay our taxes without
borrowing.
GLASGOW
SCHOOL MENU
THURSDAY
Breakfast
Hot or Cold Cereal • Pop Tart
Mandarin Oranges • Milk
Lunch
Italian Dunkers • Breadsticks
Green Beans • Pears • PB Bar
Choice of Fruit • Milk

Meeting at the VFW Thursday

The American Legion & Auxiliary #41 will meet Thursday, April 16th at 7 p.m. at the VFW Hall. Adeline Mitchell, Chairperson of Children & Youth Program will have the program. Poppies will be given out for sale May 1st. Angie Wersal and Adeline Mitchell will give the District I Meeting Report. Mary Ann Ellsworth is lunch chairman.

FWP lifts fish-consumption advisory

Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks has lifted its consumption advisory for fish caught on the Yellowstone River near where an oil pipeline broke west of Glendive. On Jan. 17, 2015, the Bridger pipeline broke where it crossed the Yellowstone River upstream from Glendive, dumping 30,000 gallons of crude oil into the water. FWP advised anglers to use caution when deciding whether to eat fish caught downstream from the spill until biologists could test for petroleum in the edible muscle tissues. Sampling for contaminated fish – as well as cleanup of the spilled oil – was hampered by ice that covered most of the river downstream from the spill site. After the ice left the river in March, FWP fisheries biologists were able

to catch 213 fish representing species known to live in the river between the spill site and the North Dakota border. L aboratory tests of those fish showed no detectible levels of petroleum contamination in the edible muscle tissues. As a result, FWP has lifted its fish-consumption advisory.

GREAT FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD! Beautifully remodeled 2400 sq. ft. home #234 on the north side of Glasgow
GREAT FAMILY NEIGHBORHOOD!
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#234
on the north side of Glasgow has 1400
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siding, and underground sprinklers, and
more! The oversized double car garage is
bonus. Call for a showing today!
ASKING $229,500
Offered by: Karen Waarvik, Broker/Owner
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APRIL 15 - 21 THESE DEALS ARE TAXING Boneless Beef London Broil Steaks or CROSS RIB
APRIL 15 - 21
THESE DEALS
ARE TAXING
Boneless Beef London Broil Steaks or
CROSS RIB ROAST
..............
$3.99/lb.
Bone-In Pork
BOSTON ROAST
..................
$1.79/lb.
Boneless Beef
TOP SIRLOIN STEAKS
..........
$5.99/lb.
Fresh Pork
Fresh Pork
BABYBACK RIBS
.................
$3.49/lb.
Gortonʼs 18.1-24.5 oz. Sel. Var.
FISH
...................................
$3.99 ea.
Johnsonville 12-14 oz. Sel. Var.
SAUSAGE
$2.99
ea.
SPECIALS: WEDNESDAY Soup: CHICKEN NOODLE Lunch: CHICKEN PHILLY Dinner: 2 pc LIVER & ONIONS THURSDAY Soup:
SPECIALS:
WEDNESDAY
Soup: CHICKEN NOODLE
Lunch: CHICKEN PHILLY
Dinner: 2 pc LIVER & ONIONS
THURSDAY
Soup: HAM & CABBAGE
Lunch: PORK CHOP BURGER
Dinner: 8 oz CHICKEN
FRIED STEAK
FRIDAY
Soup: CLAM CHOWDER
Lunch: FISH BURGER
Dinner: 8 oz SIRLOIN
W/ SHRIMP
SATURDAY
Soup: COOK’S CHOICE
Lunch: REUBEN
Dinner: 8 oz. SIRLOIN
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DIESEL TECHNICIANS – GLASGOW, MT Border Plains Equipment, a certified Case IH dealer in Glasgow, MT

DIESEL TECHNICIANS – GLASGOW, MT

Border Plains Equipment, a certified Case IH dealer in Glasgow, MT is looking for Diesel Technicians with a minimum of 5years’ experience that understands the importance of doing a job correctly and the value of satisfied customers. A background in Ag is a plus.

We offer competitive wages, 401k retirement plan, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, short-term & long-term disability insurance, life insurance, tool allowance, paid vacation, personal leave days and eight paid holidays. Housing options are available.

Applicants must be able to meet and maintain insurable driving status and pass pre-employment drug testing.

To be considered for this position:

Please submit resume to: deeann.grundstad@plainsag.com

PRECISION FARMING SPECIALIST – GLASGOW, MT Border Plains Equipment, LLC a certified Case IH dealer, is

PRECISION FARMING SPECIALIST – GLASGOW, MT

Border Plains Equipment, LLC a certified Case IH dealer, is looking for a motivated and outgoing individual to join our team as a Precision Farming Specialist. This individual will be responsible for the sales and service of our Precision Farming Products to our end users. Responsibilities will include:

update and installation of equipment, help coordinate customer clinics to maximize the potential of their precision farming products, provide effective

phone support to customers & employees and continuously develop the

technology capabilities of our front line sales, parts and service organization.

We offer competitive wages, 401k retirement plan, health insurance, dental insurance, vision insurance, short-term & long-term disability insurance, life insurance, paid vacation, eight paid holidays and job training.

To be considered for this position:

Please submit resume to: deeann.grundstad@plainsag.com

DIESEL TECHNICIANS – GLASGOW, MT Border Plains Equipment, a certified Case IH dealer in Glasgow, MT
Tangles Salon Hairstyles for All Ages Cuts, Colors & Perms (406) 853-5100 LeAnn Murnion Cosmetologist 330
Tangles
Salon
Hairstyles for All Ages
Cuts, Colors & Perms
(406) 853-5100
LeAnn Murnion
Cosmetologist
330 4th Ave S. • Glasgow, MT
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Soup Supper @ St. Raphael’s Wednesday, April 15 6-7 p.m. Hosted by the Catholic & Lutheran
Soup Supper
@ St. Raphael’s
Wednesday, April 15
6-7 p.m.
Hosted by the
Catholic & Lutheran
Youth Groups
Split Pea Soup • Vegetable Beef Soup
Chili • Fresh Bread • Monster Cookies
No Charge
Food Donated by Thrivent Financial
Soup Supper @ St. Raphael’s Wednesday, April 15 6-7 p.m. Hosted by the Catholic & Lutheran
Saturday, April 18th at the Ridgerunners Free Dinner 6p.m. Auction & Drawings 7p.m. Music by Austin
Saturday, April 18th
at the Ridgerunners
Free Dinner 6p.m.
Auction & Drawings 7p.m.
Music by Austin Sound
Some auction/drawing items include guns, Honda
Companion generator, and beautiful jewelry.
Purchase of raffle tickets puts you in for a chance at a
gun & safe, pearl and diamond earrings, and cash.
Contact any member of Long Run
Fire Department to purchase raffle tickets.
Now accepting applications. Apply in store. Looking for energetic team players with great customer service and
Now accepting applications.
Apply in store.
Looking for energetic team players with great
customer service and a friendly smile.
Letter to the Buzz “HEADED FOR A REPEAT?” ..... Facts, Questions, 1 opinion 1. Was NVCCA
Letter to the Buzz
“HEADED FOR A REPEAT?”
.....
Facts,
Questions, 1 opinion
1. Was NVCCA (North Valley County Condo Assoc) legal
then, is it legal now?

2.

The opinion of many is that starting back up NVCCA now

has nothing to do with clearing up titles.

3.

4.

What is Monica Lindeen’s response?

Let’s review the past in the words of Federal Judge John

L. Peterson’s “Memorandum of Decision” on Oct. 17, 2005, involuntary Chapter 7 bankruptcy petition against SMDC

(St. Marie Development Corporation). The following is a Summary Overview in his own words on Case No. 05-62166-

7.

Page 1- Attached to the petition is a list of alleged creditors totaling $388,707- of which GTMS (Glacier Trail Management Services -Bethea is owed $137,750. SMDC filed a counterclaim stating Dunseth and GTMS debts are contingent as to liability and subject to bonafide dispute. Page 4- Petitioners also sought to introduce into evidence on behalf of NVCCA , Exhibits 42 throught 67, through Mr. Bethea, rather than the President of NVCCA, Edson, who signed the petition on behalf of NVCCA.

FINDINGS OF FACT-

Page 5- Those creditors vigorously opposing confirmation

included St. Marie Condominium Association and North Valley Sewer and Water District. Witness Bethea was at the time the manager of SMDC and was removed as President in

2004.

Page 6- Further, the claims of Dunseth and GTMS are subject to litigation now pending in state court and are thus in bonafide dispute. Moreover, the ability to obtain title insurance to sell the property is severely restricted due to past actions by NVCCA, controlled by Bethea and St. Marie Condominium Association, WHICH HAVE LEGAL AUTHORITY to manage common areas and assess fees for their services. It is clear from the evidence that whether NVCCA is a valid organization under Montana law is in SERIOUS DOUBT for failure to comply with Montana’s Corporation Code. SMDC filed counterclaims against Dunseth, GTMS and Bethea charging Dunseth and Bethea breached their duty of loyalty and fiduciary duty to SMDC by self-dealing at the expense of SMDC. The evidence further shows that NVCCA (Bethea’s corporate front) never had a shareholders meeting since 2001 and thus HAD NO CORPORATE POWER when it exercised control over SMDC units. **Pages 6 & 7- GTMS filed a lis pendens against the SMDC units even though it sued on an unsecured debt, Exhibit UU, Thus, the outstanding title problems of SMDC have been created by GTMS, Dunseth and Bethea.** Page 8- The petitioners (GTMS, Dunseth, and Bethea) in this case proved only one point. They established that a sizeable debt was incurred by SMDC when they ran the corporation for their

own private gain. As to NVCCA, the company was founded by Bethea when he was also an officer, director and owner of GTMS. Through GTMS, EMS Trust (Spiers) Bethea gained control of 94 units in St. Marie. Twenty of those units were purchased for $500 per unit. Notably, Bethea acquired at a non-judicial foreclosure the hospital for $264,360 and ambulance garage for $14,211. As noted previously, Bethea and GTMS ran SMDC through 2004. All of which shows a perpetual conflict of interest which is subject to state court litigation. Page 9- The state court litigation will be the sole and only decisive vehicle for SMDC to “Straighten out the land title problems and make SMDC units marketable.” *** Page 10- These former insiders have stifled prospects for future income from sale of the units. SMDC has shown that serious misconduct has created the financial dilemma of SMDC and that current management (Davic) is now engaged in PROPER CORPORATE CONDUCT to correct the situation and make SMDC a viable entity. As to the argument of SMDC that the petition was filed in bad faith, I concur. Using an involuntary filing to protect one’s own interest rather than protecting against other creditors, thereby gaining disproportionate advantage is BAD FAITH. Page 11- The evidence is clear that the past financial problems together with the difficulties created to sell units to generate income was CREATED BY THE PETITIONERS. Page 12 & 13- Moreover, the Court notes that GTMS filed a lis pendens against units owned by SMDC as a result of an unsecured debt. The filing of the Valley County Lis Pendens was grievous, and a clear abuse of Montana law. A notice of lis pendens may only be filed where title or possession of real property is at issue and where the action may affect such title or possession. The claims of Bethea and his inner circle do not in any remote sense involve or affect title to or possession of SMDC’s real property. Page 14- Since I have found the petition was filed in bad faith and the Debtor has successfully defended against the Involuntary Petition which requires dismissal, I will exercise the Court’s discretion to allow SMDC’s counsel to file a request and an affidavit or an award of reasonable attorney’s fees and costs.

CONCLUSION-

The Court concludes as follows:

The petitioning creditors have failed to sustain their burden of proof that debts owed to Dunseth, GTMS, and NVCCA are not subject to a bona fide dispute. That after the filing of the request for attorney’s fees and costs, the Court shall enter a final Order dismissing with prejudice the Involuntary Bankruptcy Petition against the alleged Debtor SMDC and fix reasonable attorney’s fees and costs. BY THE COURT Hon. John L. Peterson - Bankruptcy Judge United States Bankruptcy Court- District of Montana

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