The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 2, 1976 · Page 5
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THESE "MANY" FOOD VALUES WILL HELP S-T-R-E-T-C-H YOUR FOOD _Th£Diilyjtii«f_L«X, K«li«p»ll, Montana. Wedn»d«Y, j unt Z- 1B7e A _ s STORES- Ka/(spe// - Columbia Falls - Poison t o f e K o u M 8 A . M . - I O . P . M D Q1 | Y HONEY DEW MELONS M Y - T E - F I N E Produce Freshet by fat "U.S. Fane/, California tree ripened fruit" PEACHES "Granny Smith" APPLES "TK* rtlurn of an eW fowofiTt. Import td from N«w Zealand, excellent al , } , pvipe*9." Th«* fvi« cppl#» fait* i i lilt* a combination el a aii f f Newton and juicy 39« frttttoft htlibH ''U.S. No. 1 CoWomia'* New Long White" well POTATOES "Tender finest quality of the spring! season. U.S. Gradt-Al" ' "FRESH" CORN U.S. No. 1 Locally Grown! lb U"ROMAINT or "BUTTER" LETTUCE fits; Recipe Avaiable! 85 c "U.S. Fancy Long, Green.. For Slicing Or Salads" CUCUMBERS Wilderness CHERRY FILLING Tin Kraft "Deluxe'- MACAROMDNERS 14 '**; On. R«g,69ea. Hunt's TOMATO SAUCE - 16' tg.l9 c ea. ·· V »°- SAVE 30 Banquet "Frozen" DINNERS REEN BEANS ORANGE JUICE ·Beef "Turkey 'Salisbury Steak 'Fried Chicken 11 oz. Size Snowdrift £: "All Vegetable" SHORTENING $129 3 Ib. Tin · Reg. $1.45 * M. Duncan Nines "Assorted Kinds" CAKE MIXES To 19 oz. Reg. 69* 'Assorted Kinds" PUDDINGS TOWELS Jumbo : 100 Ft. Reg.65ea. 53 BB STORES GLADLY ACCEPT U.S.D.A. FOOD STAMPS! PUREX t, BLEACH *"~ 43 ea. AJAX ft, CLEANSER 2 43 C Sonny Boy MARGARINE 1 Ib. Qtr'd 2-9 0 Plus (1) Filled SH Bonus Book! "Many More SH Bonui Book Values Thoughout Store" Store Hours 8 a.m. to 10 p.m Daily .Era LIQUID DET $915 L 2ioi. On. *tg. 75' 63! Hormel 5 01. Tin SAUSAGE Hunt's TOMATO JUICE Reg. 59 ea. oIlBJto S ton i-in 1^* «*t»oni The Reign in Spain When King Juan Carlos and Queen Sofia of Spain arrive in the United States today, they will become the first Spanish heads of state to visit this country. Juan Carlos was the hand-picked successor to the Spanish dictator known as el Caudillo, who died last November after ruling Spain for 40 years. He is Spain's first monarch since his grandfather, King Alfonso XIII was overthrown in 1931. Born in exile, Juan Carlos did not set foot in Spain until he was 10, when el Caudillo brought him to Madrid togroomhim for his future role as king. DO YOU KNOW - Who was el Caudillo? TUESDAY'S ANSWER - Abraham Lincoln wa» ttw Republican candidate for President in 1860. ' VEC, Ir.r. 1976 Park offers bicentennial films for use Glacier National Park has received four new Bicentennial films that are available free for public use. S u p e r i n t e n d e n t P h i l l i p R . Iversen said "Independence", "Opposites in Harmony", "Americans -1776", and "Wilderness -1776" are part of a series produced by the National Park Service for the Bicentennial. "Independence" is a 30-minute color film directed by John Huston. The film gives relevance and life to the hallowed buildings and ground making up Independence National Historical Prk. Through vignettes, the people and events are re-created for the present-day visitor. The second film, "Opposites in Harmony," is a 12 minute color film concerning the development of the executive branch of our government as a step-by-step growth from the documents which are the basis for freedom. This film depicts one early meeting between Washington and his small cabinet. Through the reactions of Jefferson and Hamilton and the decisions of the meeting, the human element involved in the growth of'our''goverjirnent*is madefclear. :; '·AmeriMrk'-'lTW^aMttfiRuteWolor film, shows, the life of the, everyday PWSCB during. Uje.,Ume of tfie American Revolution. Crafts, ways of life, and the differences of attitudes among the many different types of people in the Colonies are shown. The last film, "Wilderness - 1776", is a 28 minute color film about Americans west of the Appalachians in 1776. It looks at settlements in New Mexico, Hawaii, and Alaska, as well as Spanish Missions in California, and gives a picture of life cultures now lost in the mainstream of American life. The films can be obtained by writing the Superintendent, Glacier National Park, WestGlacer, Montana 50936 or telephoning the office of the Chief Park Naturalist, (406) 888-5441, ext. 31. Month of May marked by clouds Clouds were prevalent during May with 14 cloudy, 11 partly cloudy and only six clear days in the Flathead Valley. Even though the weather was mostly cloudy, temperatures were 2.5 degrees above average with the average at 53.4 degrees. : ' The high was reached on May 27 with.84 degrees and the low was 29 degrees on May 15. Umbrellas were not in great demand during May since the total precipitation was 1.79 inches which is .01 inch below:,the seasonal normal. The first five months of 1976 have been mild with temperatures ranging 3.1 degrees, above normal. With the above normal temperatures continuing, the Flathead Valley will be filled with people enjoying picnics, hiking, sunbathing, skiing and the favorite spring sport of girl watching. Youth corps members expected at Glacier Emmett Swanson, programs director at Glacier National Park, said the staff for this summer's Youth Conservation Corps will arrive on June 13 with the 30 enrollees arriving June 21). Swanson said the 15 boys and 15 girls are from the ages of 15 through 18 and most are from areas in northwestern Montana, The official YCC program states that the duration of the camp will be approximately eight weeks with enrollees being paid for 30 hours each week and 10 hours will be devoted to environmental awareness activities. The YCC is a earn-work-learn experience. Swanson said, "We teach the enrollees about ecology and conservation. They learn how to work and how to live together, with each other and with their environment." Swansor. said some of the projects to be completed this summer by the YCC are restoration of trails, building removal and storing the land, boundary brushing, mapping out a naturalist trail at the Camas entrance, assembling fences, building a small amphitheater and refurbishing three lookout towers. Enrollees are chosen by the YCC Selection Office by application. Thorn Ecological Institute. I'rom Boulder, Colorado furnishes the leaders, staff and the "mess" operation. Swanson said.

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