Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.) 1971-1985, November 27, 1984, Image 8

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LETTERS c o n c lu d e 140 miles apart When a bear hits a yard, the usual pattern is a loss of one or two hives (a value of $100 to $200) every night Our losses are minimized by the alertness of ranchers around our bee yards and by the swift action of the agencies that deal with bears. If it weren’t for the conscientious action of the Tribal wardens, our losses this year would be significantly greater. A half-dozen times the tribe has set culvert traps in besieged yards the day we notified them; twice this was done after being called late in the evening Last year they shot one trap-wise bear as a last resort, only after neither the culvert traps nor snares succeeded in capturing him. Our experience with the state Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks is of marked contrast As we were told, it might or might not be convenient to locate a warden with access to a trap. Their advice was to find someone with a bear license Any urgency seemed of little concern to them Most bear-hive depredations occur at night when it is both illegal and unsafe to hunt Also, the locations of our yards make it possible that the offending bear might sometimes be a grizzly. Our hats are off to the vigilant ranchers who have notified us after first sight of problems and to Tribal wardens and officials who have proven genuine concern for the welfare of small businesses such as ours and for the welfare of the bear. Jerry and Janet McGahan; Jay Sumner and Beryl Strain Old World Honey, Arlee (Note: This letter originally appeared in The Missoulian. It’s reprinted here by permission of the authors... Editor.) Thanks for caring Dear Friends: The 3rd annual Mission Valley Folk Festival, the St Ignatius Community Day Care fundraiser, by all reports was a resounding success. The folks at Day Care wish to publicly acknowledge all who participated in the tasks of prepara­ tion and performance, whether large or smalL We wish to thank the Tribal and non-Indian communities and our visiting friends from aboard for reminding us that our children are our most precious resource, and our smallest investment reaps rewards unimagined Peace, love and continued good fellowship to all during this holiday season! St Ignatius Community Day Care Publicity Committee ¡yiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiimiiiiiuyi (Plouffe’s Disposal ) ¡COMMERCIAL-RESIDENTIAL \ | Serving the St- Ignatius Area § i Phone 745-3396 j IniiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiHiiiiiiHiiiiimmiiiiiiiimiini P a g e 8 ..................................JVou. 27/Dec. 11, 1984 Loving Memories Your gentle face and patient smile With sadness we recall. You had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all The voice is mute and stilled the heart That loved us well and true Ah, bitter was the trial to part From one so good as you You are not forgotten, loved one, Nor will you ever be. As long as life and memory last We will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore ;• As time goes by we miss you more Your loving smile, your gentle face, No one can fill your vacant place By Marlene LaFrombois, Devlin LaFrombois, Marlene Jr. IjiFrombois Double LL Cafe & Campground “Our Place is Your Place” _ _ _ _ _ Try our Broasted Chicken O.D. & Bette Edwards WE A L L F E E L B E T T E R WHEN WE W O R K TOGETH E R That’s the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes and Lindburg Pharmacy. That’s our business. “Making people feel better.” So let us help you with your prescription needs. We really appreciate the business! Lindburg Pharmacy in Ronan — 676 -4 2 2 0 Have a happy holiday! m

Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.), 27 Nov. 1984, located at <http://www.montananewspapers.org/lccn/sn79007540/1984-11-27/ed-1/seq-8/>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.