The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on May 30, 1976 · Page 3
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Tho OtMy biter I Park fees begin 1*7* with the tie! Summer is here and so are the summer clothes. Accordingly, many area businessmen will be shedding their ties Tuesday through the summer in exchange for more casual dress. Sponsored by the Kalispeli area Chamber of Commerce, Dale Haarr has his tie removed by chamber President Brent Hall. Hall said this technique isn't advised for beginners and later admitted the tie was cut with scissors. Photo by Marlin Hanson Vandals hit in city Glacier National Park personnel ar« charging entrance and campground fees (or the i»76 tourist seawn. Glacier Part Management Assistant Dick Munro said entrance and campground fees will remain the same as IsM year. A daily or single entry permit for person entering the park on foot, bicycle, bus, etc., is fifty cents per person. The daily permit for groups in private automobiles is two dollars. The permit entitles the driver and passengers in the vehicle to enter the park one time and is good as long as the visitor remains within the park. On the day of entry, the visitor may leave and reenter the p a r k again without purchasing a new permit. A one-year Golden Eagle passport is available for $10. The passport allows entry to all federal recreation areas that charge entry fees. The fee for Glacier's Class A campgrounds, including Fish Creek, Apgar,: Sprague Creek, Avalanche, Many Glacier, St. Mary, R i s i n g ' Sun and Two Medicine, is three dollars per night. The Class B Campground fee is two dollars per night. Campgrounds in this group are Kmtla, Bowman Lake, Bowman Creek, Quartz, Logging, and Cut Bank. At iltet remved for eight or more group carnp- i n g In t h e A p f i r campground, the lee it » centa per person per night. Munro said the Saint M a r y a n d A p g a r Campgrounds will be open f o r M e m o r i a l D a y weekend. Bank, Klntla. Logglnj, Many Glacier, Quartz Creek, Rising Sun, River a n d T w o M e d i c i n e Campgrounds will be open J u n e 4 . F i s h C r e e k Campground opens June 9 a n d S p r a g u e C r e e k campground opens June 12. All auto campgrounds in Glacier National Park are Avalanche, Bowman on a first come, first Creek, Bowman Lake, Cut served basis Welcome To The Elks Resort OPEN TO THE PUBLIC LOUNGE · RESTAURANT · CABINS - RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SPACES · BOAT RAMP - DOCKS - PICNIC AREA FAMILIES WELCOME!! Hwy 93 South Of Kalispeli On Flathead Lake KHHf Mil ill Visit the Colonel Get a Bucket of Chicken -Have a Barrel of Fun! Pure natural honey now available atKFC Stores Have You Tried Our CATERING SERVICE? COLOKiEL SANDERS' RECIPE KALISPELL - POLSON Place A Classified · Ad Today in · The Daily Inter Lake ; »»»·»»»»·»·»«·»»»»·»»»···»»«,,,,,,,,..»,«, Kalispell's east side was the scene of an apparent vandalism spree Friday night, as Kalispeli police investigated approximately six separate vandalism reports Saturday morning. Hardest hit was the Sam Bibler residence, located on Sixth Street East. Bibler reported flowers from his garden were strewn in the street, lawn furniture was thrown in his swimming pool, and five finials were torn from the fence surrounding his residence. Damage was estimated at about $200. Vandals elso broke two windows in the Cornelius Hedges School, and in separate incidents threw a rock and apiece of wood through the windows of two more east side residences. Lorraine Hanchett of 636 7th Ave. E. also reported someone cut a 75 foot length of hose on her lawn. While police were busy investigating the destruction Saturday morning, they were kept equally active Friday night investigating a series of fights and accidents. In one incident, Hazel Loreen and Sheridan Hinerman of Marysville, Wash., were injured when struck by a car as they attempted to cross the in- tersection of Main and Idaho. The two were taken to K a l i s p e l l R e g i o n a l Hospital by Kalispell Ambulance. OPEN DAILY 9-9: SUNDAY 10-6 SUN.,MON,,TUE,WED. grain prices As of 5 p.m. Friday Hard Spring Winter 3.13 3.17 3.23 3.29 3.37 3.45 3.49 3.53 3.57 Ord. to 10.9 Protein 3.11 11.0 to 11.4 Protein 3,25 11.5 to 11.9 Protein 339 12.0 to 12.4 Protein 3.53 12,5 to 12.9 Protein 3 67 13.0 to 13.4 Protein 3.81 13.5 to 13.9 Protein 3.95 14.0 to 14.4 Protein 4 09 14.5 to 14.9 Protein 4.17 15.0 Protein 4 25 White Wheat 2 92 BARLEY No. 1 2 (45# up) 450 No. 3 (44# 43#J 4.45 No. 4 (42| 41|) 4.40 No. 5 (40# down) 415 OATS No. 1 2 (38# up) 4.75 37* 4.70 4.65 Feed Wheat 2.55 KM RADIAL 40 BELTED RADIAL WHITEWALLS Our Reg. 43.88 -- BR78X13 88 StW^^ VOTE For The Man.. Who Will Represent 'You' In The Legislature And Not Be A Puppet For Special Interest And Pressure Croups! He Is.. 1. Concerned! 2. A Family Man 3. A Life Long Resident Of The Flarhead Valley 4. A Land Owner And Taxpayer In Dist. 17 5. Chairman Of The Board Of Trustees, School Oist. 26 6. Concerned About Property Taxesl 7. Concerned About The Spreading State Government! 8. Concerned About The Increasing Rules And Regulations That Are Being Forced Upon Us! 9. Concerned About The Land Use Laws! 10. Concerned About The Influence That Special Interest And Pressure Groups Had On Our '75 Legislature! 11. Concerned About The Economy In District 17! 12. Concerned About YOU...The People In District 17! Vote For Emery Wittlake | State Riprasmtaflve For DM. 17 | 'Paid Pol. Ad By Emery Wittlake For St. Rep.. Marian Kelly, Sec. Treas. Plus F.E.T. 2,11 Etcn Just Say "Cnargc ft" SUES ER7(14 FR78»U G?78xl4 GR78xl5 HR76«U HK79xl5 LS78«15 Kt. 51. M 53.88 57.88 57.88 40.88 (0.88 65.68 SUE 3848 38,88 41.88 44J8 488 Fi.T. 2.4V 2.6« s.w J.97 1.07 1.15 1.47 HIGHWAY AND TRACTION- TRUCK TIRES FOR MOST PICKUPS, VANS AND CAMPERS Mounting Available for 1-pc. Rhni Only LARGE CAR BATTERY 29 88 Our Reg. 39.88 4 Days Only ELECTRONIC IGNITION 88 Sale Price 4 Days Onfy 28 No Exchange Necessary uper K-500 auto battery quality engineered x lasting, dependable service. In sizes for lost U.S. cars. Shop and Save at Kmart. Solid state electronic ignition system can prolong spark plug life, increase engine efficiency. Sizes for most cars. Save. ·*.* A 2 SHOCKS 'N ALIGNMENT Safe Price 88 23 For a smoother, easier ride. Most U.S cars. Light trucks and A/C extr«. .. RECHARGE AIR COND. Safe Price 70 Be ready for summer. For most U.S. cars. 'Additional Parts And Service* Extra DO-IT-YOURSELF SPECIALS Brand-name, stocki up! For most cars. Resistor Plugs, Ea. 81 ;;3plug socket. Save. CARB CLEANER TUNE-UP KITS 15-oz.* aerosol carburetor cleaner Major brand kits for most U.S. cars. 2-PC. TEST KIT Our R*g. 31.88 SPARK PLUG WIRES Choose set for 6 or 8 cylinder engines. Timing light, dwell tach. storage case 24 LaSaf/e Road, Kalispell

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