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May 9, 1974

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WYOM/NG AT LARGE ~l~cture our im~ for .~ summer tourist season considerably this F with the announcement that ,"~_~er Air~nes wiu expand its "~,nces to Riverton and Cody. ~[~ti~ announced Monday ~.beginnin" g June 1 it will re- ~.,uu~_ the RJverton to Salt ~'Z~e.City flight that bad been ~.ce_will lled last December and it m-L.~tdd two new round trip ~nm to Wyoming, one between .'~ve~ and Riverton and other between Cody and I)envr~.. ,1~ Service and Ore" Needs ._ airlines decision comes af- t~ ._ .~--ghts were cancelled last ,be~ of the ~ortage of b..--~Ptane fuel. ~r January, the ~oler~. city coundl passed a ~e ration calling for a return to .~ s~x Frontier flights in ser- ~during 1972 for the Riverton- of"~at~ m,fli, airport. The reduction g~ts to and from the Fre- ~_,0Ft .cottony city came at a cru- ~__ame ~ its growth. LRC ~."'~'~. ted, a computer manu- ~" lug, company, depends up- ~l,a~r. .~t s~:pmonts from ~i~ t,a~e. Curtailment of ser- i~,~ posed serious problems to ~2~- as well as other" local con- dependent upon air freight ~_ ~enger ~vice. F~v~..'s situation is similar. ~.vw~ac transportation to Cedy ~si~ of a small station wagon ~_.~~e service to a bus fine con- ~..u~.~ 4S miles away. Air ~~ is impe~t to IM ..~sinesses like Husky Oil ~r passenger service pro- .~_ an important transperta- ~means for the Cedy tourist f~vor of some sort of federal subsidy of this sexvice if neces- saD'. If the alternative in the long run is permanent curtail- me~ of service, perhaps that is the route that will have to be taken. For now, though, the skies of Wyoming will be carrying more Frontier planes next summer than during the past months. Agnd.cu]tm'al Serviee Centers In November, the U. S. De- partment of Agriculture announc- ed plans to establish one-stop agricultural sexvice centers throughout the nation to service clients of the Agricultural Stabi- lization and Conservation Ser- vice, the Farmers Home Admin- istra,tion, the Federal Crop In- surance Corporation, and the Soil Conservation Service. At the county level, these plans will result in consolidation of ser- vices to our farmers and ran- chars, but there is a posssibflity that ~ service centers would be multi-cotmty. I tlfink it is too much to ask for our rural people who depend upon USDA servtces to travel great distances to get needed infornmtion. Multi- county cen- ters m~y be more efficient for the govennnent but they won't help the Western farmer, partic- ularly in Wyoming. Therefore, I have joined with Rep. William Roy (D-Kansas) in co-slxmsoring legislation which would emm'e that everT county which now has any agri- cultural agency service would contimm to have that service within the county. .~.e .alrtino has important ~- I~ considerations at stake [ OPTOMETRIST s= ~s the fuel situation. Fren- reports that during the year ] Tuesday through Saturday ~ last September, it was av- J Ph. 892-4171 Belle Fourche ~-g Mx~ 5 2 passengers a L 615 Fifth Avenue ~t.leavi~ ~m Riverlzm at ~.~., time w~e~,there, were six r ~.~ i,, ~,-~ ...... ~ deparUng davy. The cora- l eb'~dering the importance of | Spearfish Deadwood .., sezvice to Wvomimz cities n 642~16S6 578-1761 ~.~ ~l~'~ ~ wi~ its planes, I would be in~ .... There's still time to get that SPECIAL GIFT for ,~,~r~ that SPECIAL MOM... /I (0 ~/~" ~,~ SeeOur Grand Gift I ' :ou SUggestions for Mother ~ ~/v ./ and Grandmother... \ ~40r~~~ , * PINS h\~~ "~r EARRINGS ,, "~ BRACELETS W" MANY OTHER GIFT IDEAS And Its Also Time To Start Thinking About Gnfts for the Graduate Choose now for the man or woman graduate while our selections are complete. Graduation calls for extra special gifts and we have them.. Dunwoody Jewelry Spearfish, S. D. Sundance Student Council The meeting of Lthe Sund~uce Student Coundl was called to order May 1 by vice-president Syd Orr. Roll call was taken with I0 members and 2 sponsors present. The minules of the pre- vious meeting were read and approved. Dan Henke reported a treasury balance of $453.18. Old Business: Syd Orr hrought up discussion on Slave Day. Dan Henke said that tl~ Slave Day would prob- ably not be needed, because the sMes from the pop machine would bring in enough money to pay expenses for the remain- der of the year. Dan Henke moved to table the Slave Day indefinitely. Motion carried. New Business: Syd Or~ asked that council members give their feelings on the break in of the candy bar mac2dne. The council ~ed ideas on how to sell the remaining candy. Galen Moline and Guy Vineyard said they would talk to Mr. Hub- bard about selling F.F.A. candy during noon bore's and before and after schooL Peggy Talley a- greed to call the Otis Candy Sales to see ff some of the candy could be returned to them. Syd err asked where the voting booths were. Nit. Wyatt said t.hey would have to be borrowed ~om Tri-County Eleetric. Syd err said he would ask to borrow them again. Ecology Day was discussed end Syd OTr agreed to ask Mr. tIammond for an open date. The coun~l agreed to have pop a~ter the drive as last year and per- haps~,*: candy could be sold. The newly elected officexs would be in .charge of the drive. The committee for setting up the amount of paper the council was going to purchase for can- didates in the general elections, suggested that 10 feet of be a~owed for each candidate. ouy theproposal_. Motion carried. Gram/ Vineyard moved to ad- journ the meeting. Motion car- ~ied. Respectively submitted, Peggy Talley, Secretary THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. May 9, 1974 Campaign is Set By Heart Fund A state-wide mail campaign is being conducted ~rin~ Mary by the Wyoming Heart Ass~.'a- tion, according to Wyoming Heart Fund c ,tmJrman Larry Bir- leffi. He said the marl campaign for donations is held because many ef the state's residents do not all have an opportunity to con- tribute to the Heart Fund in Feb- ruary. B~le~ said ~e association supports state and national re- search efforts to combat heart disease, as well as public and professional education programs alerting citizens to the aangexs d cardiovascular disorders. Wyoming Heart is currently supporting heart research pro: jects of Dr. Duane ~_.ana Dr. Thomas McKean at the Uni- versity of Wyoming. Democracy is the process by which .the people are free to choose the man who will get blame. N FRAN KL! N Speadish Presents A Full Selection of Friday Night Specials FANCY WOVEN iand PRINTS 100% Cotton and Blendr~36 and 45 widths Now Only 66 Yard -O ~ SPORT CRAFT PRINTS , ,,uInr$I.7, NOWONLY 99 ,,. . 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