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way trol Getting H. I a t t Wednesday - "h" IMenu nanas, rolls-butter, 4 UU Thursday- TurkeYJ NEW mashed potatoes, Monday - Macaroni androlls-butter, milk. 1 C~ald Rieb, Belle Fourche cneese, corn, waldorf salad, Frida- Hambutl~Tat " rolls-butter, milk .... y- . -- ~][40 Wes McAmis, Hulett ,~ __ ~" DISCUKS, spmacn, I ] There are man kinds of tenhal hazards to y " po " ' . e are obvious and others are St~ Bergstrom, Wallikinllluesoay - ~ew, pears, milk ! " not so obvious. One of the latter is the hazard of carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is an rolls-butter, milk. " k~ odorless, colorless, tasteless gas that is produced by your car's engine and is expelled in the r "" """ ~" '=" ~ ~ ,,,D ..,,,...4~ ,.=.,. ~ d~,. 'e'--~--aust" 'When it is inhaled' it bnds with the hemglbin in the bld and' in effect' Merle Reed' Sundance -- D A N C E ant: replaces ' oxygen in the bloodstream. The result is drowsiness, the unconsciousness, and RENEWALS I finally death. When your car's exhaust system is functioning properly this gas is effectively Ed Chatfield, Sundance funneled away, if not you're tiding with disaster. Shut your motor off if you're in an enclosed Robert Shoun, Sundance place and check that exhaust system for leaks. Margaret Semsey, Newcastle Jerry Ryan, Aladdin Highway Patrolmen Orvin Bennett, Douglas ~ to the music of' Homer Gray, Lakewood, ~ . ~Ogg D. E. Francis Colo. L~ James Miller, Sundance t Fred Martm " The K. G. Benton Harry Sager, Beulah"~v --'-dC~l'(llunt11~r,,-,~,, -LA~'lOd-~ u'~': Motorist assist Bob Yemington, Sundance Jess Kanode, Sundance ~ WRlln..__.or Comments About "= tion M ,hoe R ch, Be.e o o_so :Sot., Ap Vehides on Public Lands Th~ 14 GOP state chair- Fritz Chatfield, Sundance r I men approven a resomuon Alfred Hutchinson, Aladdin Sen. Malcolm Wallop said 1t7~ . clm t.hnriT,~! h, t ald supporting CK)P National I IL~P that it is not true thatnot r~t~re"such-c'los',:~s "-" Chairman Bill Brock's posi- WilliamWillson, Powell p John Tracy, Hulett - ~, U President Carter is consider-, ---t "~'" tion that the Carter voter Neal Ga.,'rnan, Sundance ~ 9 p.m, - 2 a.m. ing a ban on all off-road The order under consider- registration plan would be R.M. Bernd, Sundance :. vehicles from all public ation would require agencies "an open invitation ~ pro- ! ~ lands, to prohibit the use of motor- mote and expand the oppor- G.R. Hudson, Moberly, MO Miss Mary French, Oshoto t AT THE The Council on Environ- cycles, motorbikes, snow- tunities for vote fraud. Joe Richards, Sundance ~'k mental Quality (CEQ) re- mobiles, jeeps, dune bug- "~ ...... Gene Griffis, Hulett t i. ill commended that the Bureau gies, and other off-road ve- lne ltepuDllcan maaers TU['[ Ba[ of Land. Management be hicles from areas of national ~so went on r e~ordopposing Bill Dunbar, Beulah ~arter s pmn ~o cu~ oacK on Joe Knopp, Belle Fourche i given the authority to ban parks, wildernesses, forests .... " . SD i ~,wu many pmnnea wamr conser off-road vehicles from areas seashores and other public . . . - t.. in which irreparable damage lands where they may dam- vation proj.ects m .the Roger Wood, Alva ~ ~=~ ~ ~ 4. ~ .~ ~ .......~ !-L is threatened, Wallop said. age the environment. - " Emily Robinson, Sheridan The recommendation is be- s~ates. ~-.- considered b"~ the Presi Wallop said that undoubt- .......... Mrs. Kike Elder, Mills -.6 J " " fed -- " ~ Almougn no~mg ma~ someTheresa Budmayr, Sturgis, dent as he prepares his e~y .~me, eaerm, ran aschanges in the present elec- SD e wronment snoma ee oosea wnen on en rgy and en " " toral colle~,e system of elect- Hearing Helps, Harbor, ..o..~...~ road vehicle use causes irre- . o .. ~ ..... v,~. _ ..... toga presmem snoma oe ~ ORE. SDAY, APRIL Should this order be parame aamage, out not considered, the chairmen adooted~, b,,~ the President, without~ ,,.carefulo evaluatiOnnt ,,. agree~ ........ mm me oasm con- ~ , SALE TIME - I0:00 A.M. l~~ w op he a.o 'ce-t of . em RC&D To o"~sevv,, it because "the users worry, that if this order. . is remalnV ....... a const~tuuonal gum'- ~ t~ ~ our ram, ~ ~, ~, our ~m ~ at tm of "ublic lands should not msued, the consoentmus,. Meet in RC I bac~me tha scane~roats for law abiding majority would antee. , ~tot~mmm~2m~mu~.o~,~zml~'i fede----r'al ~encie.~-that are comply and the small minor- According to Tom Stroock, The Black Hills Resource ~ W~Rm~.hmam~mmamm. ~t~llbep~t~. , I~ slow and'~effici'~ nt in c~rrv- ity of abusers would continue Wyoming GOP state chair-Conservation & Develop- ~,, ~n~ out the ori~dn,d exec~ive their irresponsible action man of the Western ,States ment Project will hold its ~ r~ ~ .~-'~ ,, ~'-" with an increased guarantee Republican Chairmen s As- next meeting April 19 at I W~-~e.OODL~tm~esLtS~C~m'~ iv,L. ~'Tl~e original order was that no one will be around to sociati_on, the. resolutions re- 10:30 a.m..at the 4-H Build- signed by President Nixon in notice.' Wallop said. tle~. Repuoncan semtrnent ing on the Pennington Coun- ~ F~x:~mva~ex~,~r J~ on me nauonai as weu as me ty Fairgrounds in Rapid City, , ~s~ t~. No. ms ~s ~ra~or v~t~ w~ Fro~ ~ ~-p~ ~tc~; c~"~ COP Cha rmo.n western regional level. South Dakota. | Tractor v~th V~de Fm~ and Eagle Hitch: Farrn~r~ Junior St~ ,v~ .................. President Carter's pr~, The public is welcome. I ~f, eLStee~Tevth, PushOffanOGr~eFork;lg~FordNo. 641~ posals m these three areas, Carter Cutbacks, Plans .... v~thV~ck~Frnt;FrdSNTra~trinrel~dsrePe;FarrreHMTr~l~4~( he said, "demonstrate his"' ' t " "- Aanunis rator o! Veterans Front. a~ ~amm~ ~acke; ~n~rr~o~ V~ C~s Xra~o~ ~f0 V~ U C state r s ro sed lack of understanding of the Western Rep bli an ." administ ation', p po Af.o;~.,~ ~a,~.. /",1,-.lo1.,,4 ;o tk,~ L~c~;19~5~stmNo. 2~012"fl. Seff-~ledSv~ter;196~{~ | i chairmen, meeting recently cutbacks on western water feeling and the needs of fi'r"t'~et."'~" ~=~~::.~s~#.~,e~4u.O~nev~,s~nc~paa~.m.~;~0~i~hI in Denver, adopted resolu- proiects, changes in thepeople of the western United th,~V~,~:':.~:'~=~.i'~'~"t'~=~" ~ S~f_~l.,O~-~r~v~t,C.~a.d~er~,~roen~p;,:~V tions opposing the Carterelectoral college, and urn- ~tams. i tnTrt~v~th2"spedAxle'4"spe~Trar~r/ssin'lS"ft'C13~v~r~'~ Ik -~ .,~ "d~ ~k -d~ -~k,~ "~'~ -d~ -~,~ ,~ .~ .m,.~ .~ ~,~ .dk .~.~ ..~ ......... ..~ Grain Bx; lg55 Int. 1V~'tn Truck with Grain Box and Hoisl; lg~ ~,~LR~ ~kBl F'~" "~r ~v ~v'~" "~" ~ ~ "~''~v "~ -~- ~ -~.--~- -~.- .~ -~.. ~ .~. ~" ~v "~- "~- ~'~v ~ ~'~" ~r[ ~ Rcktv'Lcx~V~c~8xand4-sPsclTrans'rissln; l~6~'h't~r~ to ] it i V~4de Box axl 4-spesd Traf~nssion; Kraom 14 - fl. Elsc; Sc~ th~ ) COW POKES By Ace Re d SITUATION" ": Jl I"In' "t~ " ~teel; 144t ' -." Trailer Wiifi Ta~ A~'; ~ '`'; " ' ~ ~ 12-.. Stock Trail. ~th Tar~lsm Axles; 2-~'me~ TraJle" w~th M~/~ ' , tu= r0m It, ,, I /v~eyr~th30.ftxSqn, GralnAul~rv~il~E~.rJc.or, , 'iif~J,I : :2" i' i! I1" Vacation - Youth Barrel RBctr~ Seddle with Padded Seel, ~ Lad~es Sto~ II I-bevy Duty Rol~ng Se:k~e; 3 Riding Brldla; ,SeveraJ I-~ters ' SOLUTION" ~: I Oper'ed Paint Guns; ~nall Propene Torch; Bm'rel Pum~; Er~n~; AJr Cornpremor; ~ Gr}nder; numeous Auto and Choose your desfina- i tion and then be sure to change your money to ! q travelers checks at our ~, bank. ~ "Do you mlnd if I smoke while you re eafin?" PHONE PHONE I 283-1074 , 283-1074