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rd ;11. er he of re 19't to ks ri- ad 1't ey )f- ,no is- ce "o- ~rs ill th rd ck ON DRY i PAVEMENT BRAKING DISTANCES FROM ZO MPH [ ICE AT 28" F. 2| ~0" I'll tOO" 125" 150' The above chart, prepared by the Safe Winter Driving League, illustrates the extreme hazard of driving on glare Ice. Tests show that with regular tires stopping distances on glare ice may be nearly nine times the normal, dry pavement distance. Studded tires reduce braking distance by 19 percent while reinforced tire chains cut braking distance by 50 percent. Regardless of the help provided by this equipment, however, the League warns motorists that far slower than normal speeds =re essential when driving on icy pavements. that were destined to miraculous- ly change us into the kind of citi- zens that our neighbors and fam- ilies could stand, and we've now settled hack into our familiar sinful, grumpy rut. I feel that I must call your attention to the Constitutional Amendment which will be com- some disaster will befall our Idol, TBE SUNDANCE TIMES the cattle market. Smutmce, Wye Jan. 18, We simply cannot accept the ust possible fact that the beef mdustrg we love so much could vide for increased public safety be legitimately on its feet and and reduce danger to users and her to stay. We feel that any vehicles, a temporary restriction moment we will awaken from on vehicular use on the Lime- the dream of good demand andstone Road became effective Jan. resonable prices (in comparison 15--eTh with what we have to pay for Limestone Road, also other things.) and we will be known as Tollgate, Tinton or Iron hack into grim reality. Creek road, on and across feder- Convince yourself that Beefal lands from the north boundary Business is here to stay. For once, d the Black Hills National For- the demand is greater than the est southerly for 2V2 miles will be supply, and that's a fact, and closed to snowmobile use Monday Hi, statistics (done with those infal- through Frdiay each week during lible computers) insist that the the period from Jan. 15 through Hope it's not too late to say demand will continue to increase April 13. Happy New Year. By this time, by leaps and bounds until we can Further information is avail- most of us have broken thoseno longer fulfill it. So hang on able at the Spearfish Ranger well-intended shiny resolutions folks, don't let prosperity force Office. you out of business. Johns said snowmobilers will Barbie Q and not be denied access through the closure since trails parallel- Effie Robinson ing the route have been marked by Forest Service personnel. ing before our Wyoming Legis- lature soon. It has to do with and tell him your wishes soon. We are all getting our record books out and preparing_ for the annual tax routine. After the Wyoming Ranked Fourth Removing Equal Rights for Women, which Project Continue I have always been in favor of;Hwy..Billboards that is, I believe in equal pay and equal job opportunities, and quite a few other phases of Nearly 120 abandoned and non- Equal Rights. However, this par- permitted billboards were remov- A Welcome Wagon, started in ticular amendment, if pas d, ed from state highways during Sundance last June by the Sun- by thirty of our states, would December, according to the Wyo- dance Jaycee Gems, is still being mean many things, some of ruing Highway .Depar ent. continued by the o anization. A total of 3,631 mgns have been Any new families m Sundance which I don't believe us ladies removed since the Outdoor Ad- who have been overlooked are want. We could be drafted; we could vertising Act went into effect in asked to contact June Seribner, be held responsible for alimony; July 1971. 213.115, or Dianne Hawken, 283- and the laws that currently pro- Nationally, 71,441 billboards tect us from rape could be re- have come down from the ha-Contacting local tam'me s..men tien's roads and highways. Na- earlier were Mrs. Jerry Scrflm , scinded, plus other unmentioned tionally, Wyoming ranks fourth Mrs. Robert Maynard, Mrs. Mi- indignities. in billboard removal following chad Hawken and Mrs. Frank Think about it, do you want Colorado, South Dakota andHawken. The Jaycee Gems said this? If not, write Nels Smith Georgia. most businessmen were very re- ceptive and showed great m- thusiasm. good prices last fall, we've ac- tually amassed a few extra shec- bills to be printed, most legis- kiss to .l aY tax on, and we can't lators took advantage of thebelieve it. New Year or not, we 4 Chamber of Commerce trip to the are still our old suspicious, skep- Denver Stock Show on the train tical, complaining selves, and wo pulled by the old steam loco- are absolutely convinced that motive. I hope they never retire .......... this old engine, because it is a ...... thrill to hear the old whistle blow. Era1 Christensen State Senator. Crook-Westoa With the shortage of fuel, per- haps we should go back to steam power. Miss Rodeo Wyoming, Linda Simous of Beulah was on The 42rid Wyoming Legislature the train along with her parents, nvened on Tuesday, Jan. 9th Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons. looks like after we start As in the past I will welcome it will be a very btmy your cards and letters in regards We seemed to hit some to your views on various sub- S(~l:. Ot a bottle neck in printing, jects, but unless an answer is no,,mat we havn't had as many required I will not send a letter ready to go thb 'first week back so as to devote more time as we had hoped. There were to legislative matters. lenSthy just take more fimeto Mary Bunney Jan. 7 was named as chairman of Labor and Federal Relatious %ittee and again will serve Agriculture committee. hi Governor Hathaway delivered s _message to the joint session on..Wedne lay, which was very welt received. He certainly has a thorough knowledge d all the activities in state government. f Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Fish and amily and Eunice Leitner spent New Years Day at the Clifford Fish home. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nilson The organization made up book7 lets in August and distributed them the following month to On.Thursday evening, Mac andspent New Years Day at the Jim I arrenc - l a dinner hosted by Association of Broadcasters.Gordon home. were together with J. D: Mr. and Mrs. Wick Carr spent Smith from KASL and enjoyee New Years Day and night at the trerViSit with him. As things of Frank Carr home. They came eat to Crook and Westen home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bmmey x:ounties happen I will place a went to Rapid City Tuesday to call to the radio station so that in turn can put it on the meet Wilfreda Fowlkes and chil- atr. drea whom had been in Justice . Friday afternoon some of us Ill. for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Folwkes came over Tues- the Agriculture committee . day morning. 0oth houses made an iuspec- non of the State Veterinary Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda at- at. l.,urmn, ie. I was .impres- tended to business in Spearfish mm .with the facilities that are Tuesday. Sue Svoboda stayed available there. I would urge at the Larry Apland home while mat more le take advantage Joe was attending the County these facilities. Doctor BooCommissioners meeting in Sun. Bergs.trom, a former Newcastle dance Wednesday and Thursday. ooy, does considerable work here Mr. and Mrs. Kay Driskill m coooeration with the Univer- shopped in Belle Fourcbe Friday. :afthWWyornin . From what I Sue Svoboda came home with ___ g.a he one d the top them and spent the night. m his neld. They are do- Mr. and Mrs. Kay Driskill Mr. ing some work at this lab which and Mrs. Larry Apland, Joline may. soon lead to a prevention for and Marsha, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Stagemeyer and Bill spent Satur- me zung disease that so many in day night at Nadine Woods cab- areg. experience when mov- inmgth tft l? to meadow pastures insnowmobiling.On Beaver Creek. They were Since we were waiting for more --(]miffed Ads Gets Re lt - Closed to Vehicles Members of the group expres- Black Hills National Forest sed their thanks to participating Supervisor David S. Johns has businessmen for their coopera- announced that in order to pro- tion. .... mll ..... families. WHAT YOU DOWT .NEED