The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 26, 1976 · Page 4
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 4

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, May 26, 1976
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A-- 4 . M*y », 1«78 Trt» Mly Inter I***. KiltffMti. Moot»ni Mansion opening nears The pobtic opnlaf o the Coond Musta In KaliJpell for fawn 1* lUgfaUy more than it month iwty u rettoraUon oo the 19th ctntury home of C.E. Conrad continues on schedule, Restoration board Chairman Sam Bibler said today that the official opening for the mansion remains July 1 and local group tours will begin June IS. Mrs. Lorraine Hanchett of the Kalispell Sorop- timists Club said that donation materials were late in shipment and a chaotic last-minute frenzy of upholstery, drapery fitting and other small jobs would occur, "but one way or another, the mansion will open," she said. Bibler said the stone wall around the ground has Court appearance held A 31-year-old Kalispell man appeared Tuesday in the Kalispell Justice Court of acting Judge Mary Riedel on felony charges of criminal sale of dangerous drugs. Robert W. Weaver requested a public defender and is being held in lieu of $2,500 bond prior to a preliminary hearing on the charge scheduled for June 7. Where's the hair go COLUMBIA FALLS -- High school seniors SusarvHanes and Luann Grlgg assist Chuck Wenger in tucking Wenger's hair under his cap prior to commencement exercises conducted Monday when 166 students were been restored and stabilised. He ilso uid more than 400 yards of wilkwcyi have been excavated and rebuilt with new materials to match the original. The walkway system had become buried under up to four inches of soil during the last 50 years of disuse. Bibler said two big voids have been filled. One donation was an old billiard table by the Sons of Norway and the other is the loan of a grandfather clock for the great hall by Dr. Douglas Wood of Kalispell. "In addition to many times she had previously donated, Beth Maxey has placed on loan some beautiful oriental throw rugs. But still badly needed, however, are authentic oriental rugs, no matter how badly worn," Bibler said. A five-year loan of articles of furnishings obtained from the University of Montana collection has been completed, Bibler said. He said negotiations for the Joan of the furnishings had been under way for some time. Restoration Board Treasurer Event Sliter said that as of April 1, $42,298 had been expended on the restoration. Of this expenditure, 50 per cent was put up by the City of Kalispell and 50 per cent by private donations and other sources of matching funds. Group to study ban input Glacier National Park Ranger Chuck Sigler said park personnel have app o i n t e d f o u r p r i v a t e citizens to help evaluate public input concerning a ban on snowmobiles in the park. Moderating a hearing on the issue last night, Sigler said the four persons represent "both sides of the issue and both sides of the park." Serving on the committee are Gene Albert, Lakeside, a member of the Sierra Club; Lee Downs, Martin City, a member of the Flathead Snowmobile A s s o c i a t i o n ; T o m Horobeck, Great Kails; adn Dick Kulberg of Cut Bank. Sigler said the committee will aid the park officials in making recommendations to the Regional Office of the Park Service. He said the matter will the"h be forwarded to Washington, D.C. for a decision, and the results published in the Federal Register. Sigler said the process will likely be a "long, drawn-out" one. FESTIVAL OSSIACH, Austria (AP) -The 1976 Carinthian Summer Festival will be held here June 30 through Aug. 28. graduated. With class colors of red, white and blue, the class mono also struck a patriotic note being, "Let's start a new 200 with the Spirit of 76." Photo by Kay Bennett Partly sunny today with variable cloudiness tonight and partly cloudy with chance of showers or possible t h u n d e r s h o w e r s tomorrow is the weather forecast for the Flathead Valley. High .today will be 65 with a low tonight of 40 and high Thursday in the 65-70 degree range. Chance of precipitation is zero today, 10 per cent tonight and 20 per cent tomorrow. The extended outlook shows scattered showers and thunder storms Friday w i t h s u n n y d a y s a n d warmer temperatures during the weekend. Highs will be in the 65-75 degree range with lows in the 35-45 degree range. High yesterday at the airport was 55. low 36 and a trace of precipitation. High in Kalispell was 55, low 37 and a trace of precipitation; high in Columbia Falls was 53, low 33 and a trace of precipitation; and high in Whitefish was 59, low 35 and no precipitation. Sun sets tonight at 9:23 and rises tomorrowat5:44. One year ago the high was 61, low 31 and a trace of precipitation. Records for this date include a high of 89 in 1966; a low of 25 in 1918 and 1967; and .61 inch of precipitation in 1942. Vertilalion forecast is good. Elsewhere Tuesday: Max. Min. Butte 60 33 Glasgow 69 44 Great Falls 66 *1 Helena 59 40 Livingston 61 39 Missoula 59 31 Boise 67 39 Chicago 65 47 Denver 65 44 Okla. City 69 57 P'tland. Ore 65 54 Salt UXe 71 43 Seattle 61 50 Spokane 63 42 WE WILL BE CLOSED May 29, 30 31 For The Memorial Day Weekend! VALLEY GLASS 340 Main · Kalispell SPECTACULAR BABY SHOES 10% OFF! 20 Styles To Choose From Sizes 2-8 thru Toddler CLEAN UP MERCHANDISE Sixes 2-4 40% OFF! Open Friday Until 9P.M. 201 MAIN - KALISPELL This daily test pattern is part of our quality control program to bring you the best possible printing reproduction. [ Kal'ttptll -Col, faltt · folton Crisp, Cool Casual Shirts Summer's Cool Fashions Women's Cool Tank Tops Reg. '8.99 and 9.99 "Charge tt" M.99 $096 ^J "Charge It' Team up your white panls or washed denims with a tailored shirt In easy care poly/cotton blends. Checked, /torsi o; solids In sizes 32-38. Available Apparel Sections Ladies' Briefs Bikinis Regular 139- 99' 66" Ladles' briefs and bikinis In solids and print novelties In nylon. Sizes 5 to 7. Available Apparel Sections Now Is the time lo get the tank tops you'll wear with pants or shorts nonstop thru the summer. 100% polyester poly/cotton blends In stripes or solid colors. Women's sizes Available Apparel Sections Ladies' Admeyer Knee Highs $-100 Pair I "Charge If In regular and extra width styles In flattering colors ol Tahiti, sunset and Sierra brown. Available Apparel Sections Reg. 69- 2 Girls Hooded Sweatshirts $4 96 Reg. '5.49 Shades of spring in pastel colored hooded sweatshirts of cotton and polyester. Sizes S-M-L. Available Kalispell Only Infant Toddler Shorts $156 Regular "Charge if" | Varfety of solid colors to match any top. Sizes 12-24, 2-4T. Available Apparel Sections Boys'Swim wear Boys'Screen T-Shirts 5wim $2 96 "Charge it" Reg. »3.49 to »3.99 Entire stock of boys' swlmwear. featuring best selling volleyball styles. Dacron/cotton blends. Dual color combinations. Boys' sizes S M, L. Available Apparel Sections Regular ·3.99 $ 3 46 100% combed cotton T-shirts in assorted spring shades with many vivid screens. Wash tumble dry. Soys' sizes Available Apparel Sections , Men's Nylon Windbreakers $496 $£96 Regular's. 99 '6.99 Two styles, "Boater" with zip front and hidden hood in a stand-up collar. "Coachman" with regular collar and snap front. Men's sizes. Available Apparel Sections Men's Fashion Swim wear Men's Cool Tank Tops $296 Regular '3.49 and '3.99 A fantastic selection ol this season's favorite tank lops. New styles and spring colors to suit your tastes. Machine washable. Men's sizes. Item no! pic- lured. 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