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Land Caa Be Managed For ]Protein Content In Wheat Years of confusion about the relationship between yield and protx in content in wheat appear to have been cleared up as the result of studies recently com- pleted by USDA scientists. Studies by soil scientists Dr. Darryl Smika, North Platte, Neb., and Wall), Greb, Akron, Colorado, showedthat wheat pro- ducers do not have to forfeit ac- ble grain protein levels in to maintain maximum ected animals. Sundance, Wyo Jan. 18, 1973 S:OO o'clock P. M.; Board recessed. . Weed Seed Jan. 4, 1973 Wild mustard, pigweed, rag- 9:00 o'clock A. M. Board resumed session; all members present. weed, peppergrass, plantain, fourth quarter which ended Dec. The forenoon was taken up by miscellaneous County Business and primrose, curly dock andmullein 31, 1972. discussing the purchase of some new road equipment. seed have germinated after being Money recdved by the county12:00 o'clock Board recessed. buried for 40 years in about 18 goes to the county road fund. 1:00 o'clock P. M., Board resumed session. inches of soil reports the Agricui- Men received by cities a ad tural Extension Service, towns representes two percent of Money received by cities and Nora Reimer appeared before the Board and reouested that the wns re ,resentes perce Lt of Board of County Commissioners appoint a Bicentennial Commission to Even after 70 years, mullein, the revenue derived from the .coord . to .me representation of Ci-ook County for the 1976 Bicenten- curly dock and primrose seeds gasoline with the counties receiv- mat. Movea oy Svoboda, seconded by Davis and unanimously carried that the Chairman of the Board appo.int a Board to coordinate the have germinated. Most crop ing 23 percent. The other 75 per- representation to the 1976 Bicentenmal from Crook CounW. The fob seeds, w 'Y' except grain sorghum, rot cent goes to the Wyoming High- lowing appointments to the Bicentennial Board were thereby made by or insects eat them. But seeds accumulate in the way Department Citai" .rman, Neal A. Garman; Richard Hubbard, Mary Garman and soil. Some fields have up ecera teimer from Sundance; Gayle Weaver from Aladdin; Alden to one and a half of weed Robinson from Moorcroft; Gerald Storie from Huiett and Homer Rob. seed per acre. For Local School t Broadus Grapplers Defeat Hulett Breadus, Moot. jumped to a quick lead and went on to de- feat Hnlett 37-24 in a dual wrestl- ing meet at Hulett. inson from Devils Tower. As per advertisement in the Sundance Times on bids for Gas- oline and fuel to be delivered to the County Tanks, bids were opened and the following bids received. Conoco Oil Company; Gasoline only Sundance only, Regular Gas ................................................ 183 Sundance Tank plus State Tax Hulett & Mooreroft, Regular Gas ................................................. 1955 plus state tax RC Oil Company Asst. Supt. Delbert Harbaugh Hulett found itself trailing 23-5 Sundance, Regular Gas ............................................................... 21 yields. This explodes .a long- said Tuesday the local schools are after the first six matches and Hulett, Regular Gas ................................................................ 22 standing myth in the wheat in- still searching for several old SHS was unable toovercome theSundance No. 1 Diesel Fuel ......................................... 16 dnstry. The scientists based yearbooks to complete the Breadns lead. No. 2 Diesel Fuel ......................................................................... 155 their conclusions ,on the major school's collection. The results: Hulett, No. 1 Diesel Fuel .............................................. 17 soil and climatic conditions af- Needed are annuals from these 98 - Lockwood (B) pin. Nelman, No. 2 Diesel Fuel ................ ........................................... 165 fect g grain protein during 48 Huiett Coop, Huiett only crop years in Colorado and NOb- years: 1928, 1931, 1932, 1933, 1934,5:56. Regular Gasoline ..................... 15 rasga. 1938, 1939, 1943, 1945, 1950, 1962 105 - Weatherwett (B) pin. No. 1 Diesel Fuel .................... .-__~.-_~Z.-.~]-~.--~]. The scientists found that by. and 1963. Watts, 3:33. 1see No. 2 Diesel Fuel ................................... 145 analyzing four factors -- soil ugh said that persons 112 - Ralston (B) pin. Mart- all bids plus applicable taxes. - ..................... -- ............ + nitrogen, maximum air tempera- who have an extra copy theyinelli, 1:24. . Moved by seconded by Davis and unanimously carried ture, soil water and rainfall - wish to donate are asked ,to call 119. Watts (H) pin. Iron, $:33. tarot the bia of Hulett Coop for delivery of Gas and Diesel Fuel to th ct could very accurately pre- the school office. The yearbook 126 - Stratman (B) pin. Snook, Hulett be accepted. me protein content of the collection is available to per- 3:48. . Moved by _Davis, seconded by Svobeda and unanimously carried wheat grain, sons who wish to look thnmgh 132 - Vanderveer (B) dec. Ra- .tl~at tbeo+bid of Conoc.o Oil Company for gasoline to Sundance and They found that protein in- them. ber, 3-0. monrcrert ve accepted. . ! creased 0.13% for each lb. of ] nitrate nitrogen per acre at 4.6 138 - M. Snook (H) pin. Carter, _ Moved by Davm, second by Svobeda and unanimously carried that ft. deep in the soil at seeding 5:OO .... the bid of RC Oil Company for the delivery of Diesel fuel to Sundanc, e ue accepted, all in accordance wiflt the bids as advertised. time. Protein also increased Tracano dec. . Itwas re arly moved and carried, all members voting aye that with maximum air temperatures County Receives 12 0 " CB) s .ou, up to 90 between the 20th and -- , / - Coozelman (H) woa byme mnowiug Agreement be adopted and spread upon the minutes d lSth days before maturity but Gas ] ax I-unas fo t the meeting of the Board as foliows: ti , THIS AGREEMENT, made and eatered into as of the 4 day of G declined with higher tempera- _ 167 - Driscoll (H) won by for- by.and between the STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION tttres during this period, State Treasurer Jim Griffith feit. Protein decreased 0.45 to 0.75% v~id this week that c,o.un, ty 185 Matter (13) pill Shaw, -- .OF .COUNTynereinaft~COMMISSIONERSreferred to asoFCommission.THE COUNTYand THEoF ~l for each inch of available soil receive $22,620.03 as its share 2:37. K g, referS, to as the Board, WITNESSETH: alsoWater decreasedat seeding 15%time'forProteineach of the gasoline tax fund for the Hwt.- Nomatch, is desi .rous of taking advantage of the pro- ! inch of rainfall received between -- wi,3u,~ ~, _o~U.un.zs-~., z.,~ and 24-6..9, W. S. 1957, by cooperating the 55th and 40th days before t.o, mmlssloo,m me .cons.truc 'en and/or improvement of a grain maturity. PROCEEDINGSAT THE COuRTOF HOusETHE BOARDATsUNDANcE,OF COUNTYcROOKCOMMISSIONERScoUNTY, A tT roeq upon ana along me location hereinafter described, this ] While it's naturally virtually re nto en c Towm s..de. NOW THEREFORE, it is agreed by the parties impossible for growers to con- WYOMINGumu~u E trol rainfall and temperature, 9J.. o3;c o A MOffice of the C.maW Commi ooen 1. The Corona. saioo| subject to the covenants and agreemefits to , they can utilize various manage- " " . i oe Kept ..aria perle.treed by .the .Board, agrees to prepare plans and meat practices to control soil The. ~ ofco.unty ~stotu~. of Crook County Wyoming +s~peculc~.uons ana 1~ a.contract in me manner provided by law for . water and soil nitrogen, mm a_ay m peoat esmoo; tor me purpose of completing 1972 me .cy str 'cu .oo ang/or m pryv .e .ent of a county road upon and along f me ol Wl '___Loesc+rib l" l oca.uon in said Court.. ty and as shown on map ( "Fne scientists found that 11 in. Leslie W. Hauber Joeeph R. Svo mda; ana oy mm re erence maae a part hereof. County of soil water and 95 lb. of nitr- ate nltre@m per acre were need- ,,____Ti efollowing December were audited and approved and the ed to prodige grain with 12% wsW:Uterg was instructed to draw warrants in payment of same as . 2.. That.sai_d .constngtioo and/or improvement work shall con- protein and a yield of 58 bu. per CourtW Officers Salaries ....... $ 2,838 62 sist. _ Proportionate share of cost (3.39015%) of acre. a my point out that this e,.._,., paru .tm Fuar . enuge nesigus and drawings for structures to be o cers mteqe and Expetmes 28O1OO water level can be obtained wcoff,an. m. SCCF Road pre em, wh h wili be of in most years on the Central ecu a d 76.17 ay wmms aria span length of a general nature. But it is not in md:. G,eat Plains with good stubble- Deputy Hlre 3,3 .21 ed. that this deec ptioo is accurate or complete, but it is intended mukh fallow practices. Nitro- Supplies and 783.60 only as a general dsecrilYden of the character of the work content- gCu+ fertilizer, in mounts balanc. co=_ Exp,,,. Ubr _____ Psh~ by ~e .parties berto, and that the complete work will be ~d ~ord~ to av~ll~bl. "il Road ~d~~; ~ ~ ~ I I _ 587.62 _+ . bvl~ plans ~ speclf/caflo~. ~oreb~-, hereinafter to be pr~ watt+ may frsqueatiy be needed age anes ..... 3,S63.99 paten y me state mgnway S~*intende~. The researchers said there is Bl ue Cross; Social Secarity 8,?'/4.58 RESOLUTION is no re mon why yields higher than Total Bills .......... 26,105.82 CR^ WI E.REAS, the Board of Co. m. ty Commissioners of the County of $8 bu. per acre with grain p.ro- _No .b..us. iness coming bdore the old Board Jrw-as moved is aemrous of taking advantage of the provisions of Sectinu rein of 13% or more cannot be and carned to adjourn, to meet in regular session at I:OO o'clock P.M. 24-38, 24-68 and 24-69, W.S. 1957, by cooperating with the State High- al obtained when both soil water and m install new Commissioner Tom F. Davis and form a new Board for way Commission of Wyoming in the construction and/or the improve- nitrogen are manipulated by soil me ensuing two years, merit a county road, the extent and location of work which is as tr follows: em. Attest: Board of Crook County Commissioners Proporti atesh.are of cost (3.39015%) of preparing standard bridge orm In Cattle Young cattle are especially Leslie W. Hauber, aestgns ana arawmgs tor structures to be constructed under the SC- subject to ringwerm. Close con- Chairman . ,CFM, R,oad Program, which will be of roadway widths and span finement during winter and early Francis Hejde, engm ot a generat nature. spring helps spread the disease. Clerk of Board NO_W, THEREFORE, be it resolved by said Board: Animals rub against posts or 1:00 P. M. Board convened s'mn covering said construction and/or improvement in accordance building. Grooming with con- . .The Board of Crook County Commissioners met in z vgular session That the Board enter into a written a reement with said Commie- & taminated equipment also can mrm a new board for the coming two years; Present Cornmis- with a contract therefor, now submitted to said Board by said Coin spread the fungus, sioners Joseph R. Svoboda; Neal A. Garman, Commissioner elect mission, which agreement is hereby approved and ordered flied in the Man is SUSceptible and Tom F. Davis. can con- 1L_ Board and the County .Clerk of said county be, and they are hereby. tract rinl ,.orm from cattle, al- The bond of C.ommissioner elect Tom F. Davis was approved aS office of the County Clerk of said county; that the chairman of said though refection usually isn't to form by County Attorney Richard Macy. Tom F. Davis bond as authorized and directed to execute said contract on behalf of said D, Commissioner was then app.roved by Marion Cure, Clerk of Court. Board. severe. A spore-producing fungus Tom F. Davis having subscribed to and taken his oath of office, is now IN WITNESS WHEREOF I hereunto set my hand and affix the ' causes the round spots covered a commissioner of Crook County, Wyoming. official seal of said County Clerk this,4th day of January 1973. . with a scaly or thick asbestos- Joseph R. Svoboda was appointed temporary Chairman of the Francis Hejde, County Cle like crust. Eventually, infected Boar.d to select a permanent Chairman for the coming two years. In conformity with Chapter 21, Session laws of Wyoming 196 , L~ hairs become brittle and break Nominatiorm being called for, Tom Davis advanced the name of Section 1; the following destguated Sundays on which holders of Al di off. Since ringworm looks like Neal A. Garman as Chairman for the coming two years. Chairman coholic and Malt Beverage Licenses issued by the County of Crook mange, microscopic examination Svobeda thrice calling for other nominations and none being forthcom- operate qi ..out restriction as to hours for the .calendar year of 197 of infected hair is necessary for .rag, oil w.as. redgu!arly moved, seconded and carried that the clerk of are set as muows: AUgUSt S; August 12; September 30; November 4. i th a positive diagnosis, me ooara oe instructed to cast a unanimous ballot for Neal A. Gar- The following bond being approved as to form was approved Cows in milk do get ringworm, man as Chairman ofBoard of Crook Cmmty Commissioners for the the Board as follows: Robert S. Wilcox, undersheriff. The lesions may fade away but coming two years. The following reports of earnings and collections of County O/:! itching usually is severe and It was regularly moved, seconded and carried to appoint Tom F. ricers were approved and ordered paid into the County General Fun0; the the cow is thrown off productioq. Davis to the Cotmty Welfare Board for the term endingJan. 1, 1975. as follows: M/trien Cure, Clerk of Court, Civil and probate fees $10.00;i To treat ringworm: .... It was regularly moved, seconded and carried to appoint Iris John P et . she f, Mil.e ge on Coun.ty ..Car Francis Hejde# --Remove scales or crust with Hughes to the County Welfare Board for the term ending Jan. 1, 1976. County (AerK, ttecordin , 1