Glacier National Park
Reynolds Mountain, Glacier National Park, photographed in June 2012, by
Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto
The state of Montana contains numerous mountain ranges of the Rocky Mountains.
geographical fact is reflected in the state's name, derived from the Spanish
A population density is the third lowest in the United States. Millions of tourists annually
visit Glacier National Park. Three of the five entrances to Yellowstone
National Park is
located within the state boundary of Montana.
Glacier National Park, photographed in July 1962, by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto
Source: University of Texas Libraries
Weeping Wall, Glacier National Park, Montana ( Photo by U.S. National Park
(L) A hoary marmot did not want to move from the warming space underneath
the writer's car.
(R) Climbing a mountain road, 'Going-to-the-sun road'
Both pictures picture were taken on the 'Going-to-the-sun road', to the
Logan Pass, Glacier National Park,
in 1962, by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto.
Mount Reynolds, Glacier National Park and the vehicle permit paper to enter
the national park.
Both were photographed in July 1962, by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto.
St Mary Lake, Glacier National Park, which was photographed in July, 1962, by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto.
(L) A wild flower in the Rogan Pass, Glacier National Park
(R) Mountain ranges in Glacier National Park. Both were photographed in
July 1962, by Dr. Junhaku Miyamoto.
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Montana, which has served as Marlboro Country in advertisements, banned
smoking in all public
A depicting rugged cowboy puffing on cigarettes while riding a fence line,
is about to outlaw smoking
just about everywhere but the great outdoors. The state-wide ban will apply
to nearly all enclosed
places open to the public, including restaurants, stores, office buildings, schools and public trans-
portation, starting October 2005. The law exempted 1,700 bars until September
Source: April 8, 2005. New York Times and others
Few smoking violations reported to the State Officials.
To comply with the ordinance to prohibit smoking in a public place, the
sole exception, which was
applied to a bar and casino was expired, and Montana became the smoke-free
state. The only thing
failed to include in the ordinance would be the smoking restriction in the area around the entrance
of the buildings.
According to the state health officials, only a few cases violating the
state ban during the one week
period after the strict smoking ban came into effect to bars and casinos. Businesses that violate the
ban receive an educational letter after a first offense. A second offense
brings a warning, while third,
fourth and fifth offenses result in penalty of $100, $200 and $500 fines,
About 16 percent of Montanans are smokers, compared with 20 percent of
The Quit Line offers free counseling and nicotine replacement products. It is so predicted that the
Quit Line might get busier as the weather turns colder and smokers no longer
want to stand
outside. The Montana winter will help a man to quit smoking.
Reference: The Billings Gazette
Glacier National Park 2012
Smoking Control in Midwestern US
Wayne McLaren, an actor sponsored by a tobacco company, died at age of
51 from a lung cancer.
The word he left before the time of death is:
'Take care of the children. Tobacco will kill you. I'm the living proof
Total Smoking Ban in USA and Canada
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The article was written in September 2008, and photographs were taken
in July 1962 and June 2012, by Junhaku Miyamoto, M.D., PhD.