The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana on June 9, 1976 · Page 4
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The Daily Inter Lake from Kalispell, Montana · Page 4

Kalispell, Montana
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Wednesday, June 9, 1976
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· i, JUM », 1B7« Th» Ditty M»r UM, Kaktptll, .Wvnl^W FOCUS 4976 Resolution of Independence Two hundred years ago, the Revolutionary War was already more than a year old. But it wasn't until June 7,1776, that this Virginia delegate to theContinental Congress offered the first resolution in Congress to declare the United Colonies hee from Great Britain. L*M than a week later, on June 11, 1976, Congress appointed five men to a committee to draft a declaration of independence. According to one story, the man who offered the initi al resolution in Congress was named chairman, but he was called home before the committee could begin itfi work. He was replaced by a 33-year-old Virginian named Thomas J eff erson. DO YOU KNOW - Who was the Virginian who introduced the first resolution of independence? TUESDAY'S ANSWER - A "breeder" reactor it in atomic reactor that creates new fuel«it uses fuel to produce energy. W-76 t VEC, Inc. 1976 state briefs GOP divides delegates HELENA (AP) - Republican State Chairman Florence Haegen said Tuesday the state convention should divide Montana's 20 delegates to the national convention between President Ford and Ronald Reagan according to their primary election votes. Her proposal would commit 13 delegates to Reagan and seven to Ford. The presidential preference election was advisory only for the Republican party. The Democratic party agreed to divide its national convention votes in proportion to the primary vote. Both the Democrats and Republicans hold their state conventions in Helena June 25-28. "It seems only logical that delegates should be apportioned according to the percentage of votes Reagan and Ford received June 1," Mrs. Haegen said. Records plan due HELENA (AP) - An advisory committee opens a five-day meeting in Helena today in an effort to . produce .a final plan for putting ail of Montana's : criminal records into a single system. ... The, plan, required by the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, is aimed at centralizing all criminal justice records in the state and imposing strict controls over them. The Criminal Justice Information Systems advisory committee of the Board of Crime Control will gather .at the Sleeping Giant Lodge, opening its long session at 7:10 p.m. Wednesday. Staff coordinator Wally White said the committee hopes to hold public hearings around the state this summer. Regulations to be aired HELENA (AP) - The Ford Administration's regulations aimed at reducing participation in the Food Stamp Program will be discussed when the board of the Montana State Low Income Organization meets near Ekalaka Saturday and Sunday. The meeting is scheduled at Medicine Rock State Park. The MSLIO said the administration's new regulations governing the program, Implemented without congressional approval, will trim some five million persons from the program nationally, including an undetermined number of Montana recipients. Jayceens change rules HELENA (APj -- Montana women no longer have to be wives of Jaycees to join the Jayceens, the Jaycee auxiliary, president Sunny Ray Mandeville said Tuesday. The auxiliary voted the change -- subject to the option of local chapters -- at its state convention in Great Falls this weekend, Mrs. Mandeviile said. Women who are not wives of Jaycees will not have full privileges such as voting at state conventions or holding state offices, Mrs. Mandeville said. I wish to thank those who supported and voted for me in the June primary. Emery Wittlake Published Daily Except Saturday ana New Year's Day Memorial Day. Independence Day. Labor Day. Christmas Day by inter lake PuMihing Company, 300 First Avenue West. K«lisp«l, Z'p Code 59901. Entered as second class matter at post office. KMsped. Montana C. Patrick King, publisher, editor. Marlin Hanson, managing editor. James C. Pearce. advertising manager Jess Allred. production manager. Tom Kufdy, butfn*** mtntyiT Steve Owens, circulation manager. Kalispal subscribers who fail to receive their paper by 6OO o_m. weekdays or on Sunday by S:30 a.m. should letephone me circulation department at 755-7000 before 6'30 p m weekdays or on Sunday by 10 30 a.m. lor customer service. Member oi The Associated Press , Suggested Hetail Puces By carrier. »3 50 per month I TM nlhs - $10 S °: ** nw« 0;one year. $4200 WHERE YOU GELALL~'3' - E V E R Y D A LOW.PRlCEVs ' ' § P E C i A L i * SH GREEN STAMPS TOO Old Faithful "Whole" SMOKED PICNICS "Deep Smoke i Flavor" Ueg. $1.09lb.' Sliced Picnics 79' Ib. "SEAFOOD DELIGHT"' From Tender Young Steers! "Sliced" BEEF LIVER 0 "Serve With Bacon" "For' ^hfj»" teg.$!.49,lb. $-109 Reg. 69 Ib. -- "CHEESE OF THE WEEK" r i, * "**. Ib. Fresh Montana Pork! "FRESH" PICNICS 0 "Tender Sweet Meat" Reg. 98 Ib. Ib. $·149 DELICATESSEN SAVINGS ****«;-% BB Quality! Fresh and Lean GROUND BEEF (Formerly Called Ground Chuck) Swift's Premium CANNED HAMS i, Hygrade's "Assorted Varieties "Sliced" * 95 LUNCH -MEATS iC Forest Brook 24 oi.| "Lean Streaked" Wg. p enn ,v, ise *~*~ SLICED BACON PORK SAUSAGE! ROLLS f ea. "Product Montana" 12 oz. Roll V.VWNEK, "Great for any meal" Morrell's GERMAN WIENERS $129 Ib. STORE HOURS: 8 A.M. -10 P.M. DAILY - ^ · -, .'. "Ground Cy. Many Times Ib. */ Mr "Granulated" SUGAR ;C ·o.l Hut (1) KM Stt Bonus took! "Many Mare SH Bonut Book Voluet Throughout Store" SAVE! 64 C .= VOr y "Urg." t^ 4 1 A "Liquid" 39^ A l l H DETERGENT 1 Ea .Reg. $1.37 Reynold's "Heavy Duty" FOIL 18"»25' Sii. Reg. 85' 10 Ea. 5 Ibj. Free! PURINA CHOW 30 Ib. Bag Reg. $5.79 35 V'^J SAVE 16 NobiKo "Premium" SAVE 8' CRACKERS r,*WPi IrW^ Ml. ·a. JELLO DESSERTS ~ teg. 43eq. ·a. *ftU A{ wftiv f SAVE 22 Walla Wafla ; I *3 Sv. 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