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May 9, 1974

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HEARINGS ON LAND USE LEGISLATION Yestm, day-Today and Tomor- row--a section of Big Wyoming Progress Reports from the Wy- crning ~ent of Economic Plarming and I)evelopmem at Cheyenne give, the following re- H~xgson tim proposed Land Use scheduled .throughout the State during May, which will be of interest of many people in - The yommg Comsexvation and l.and Use Study Commission was created by the Forty-second SOs- sion of ti~ State Legis~ture to, among other duties, make recom- memdations to the Governor and fiI~gislature regarding consolida- on of existing land use concxols, addVdonal controls, and noce~ sary or appropriate constitu- tiotml amen&rtents and legisla- tmn ~egarding statewide land use policy and planning. The Study Commission has scheduled a series of public hearings dur- ing the week of May 19-25 to seek public input before finaliz- ing their recommendations to the Governor. The schedtfle of the hearings is as follows: May 20, 1974, Cheyenne, Wyo- ming, 7:00 P.M., East High School. May 21, 1974, Casper, Wyoming, 7:00 P.M., Natrona County High School. May 22, 1974, Gillette, Wyom- ing, 7:00 P.M., High School. May 23 ,1974, Wetland Wyo- ming, 7:00 P.M., Junior High School. May 25, 1974, Rock Springs, Wyoming, 9:00 A.M., Junior High School. The Study Commission will make available to the public cepies of its proposed legislation approximately flaree weeks prior to the first meeting. This infer- marion will be placed in libraries and other public places so as to achieve as wide a distribution as possible. Those who are in- terested in obtai:ning copies of this information may also con- tact William Smiley, Executive Secl~rmry of the Wyoming Con- servation and Land Use Study C~nmission at 720 West 18th St. Cheycrme, Wyoming 82001. HOW CAN I CONTROL THOSE WEEDS? How can I control those weeds? ~tt will be one of the questlvns most asked by fRrrners and homeowners from now until fall. Chemical weed killers may be at least part of the answer, whether the weed problerrvais in a field crop, in a garden or lawn, or in some other area. But for best results, it's a matter of precision--selecting the appropriate herbicide to control the weeds involved. The herbi- cide your neighbor used may not be the one you need even for the same crop or the same type of lawn. There's also precision needed on when to apply a herbicide, on the rate of application, and uni- formity of application. Soil type makes a difference, too, as does cropping sequences, the crop in- volved and length of weed con- trol desired. Oonsidering all ,the possible combinations of these factors, FarCger use of herbicides becomes r moxe than just buying some- thing to kill the weeds. Help is available through your county agent and Weed and Pest in- spector. You'll find answers to many of yore" questions in the 1974 Wy- oming Weed Omtrol Guide which is available at the County Ext~- sion ogico and County Weed and Pest Control office. THE "EARLY BIRD" GARDENER Are you an 'early bi~d' garden- er this year? Horticultttrists ~iout early warm weather ured many green thurnbers into planting gardens ahead of ~e. Then snow and cold weather hit. And some of those gardens, would have done better had they been planted later, ttmt is---some of the tender kinds. Tomatoes, ~, or melon plants will need protection by 'hotcaps' or some other cover, as they can be held back or in- jured by the cold weather. As for beans, corn, cucumbers, squash, etc., which emerged be- fore the freezing weather, chances are these, too, might have to be replanted. Peas potatoes, ovions, car- rots, lettuce, cabbage, and other cool-season crops probably will come through .the frosty weather without suffering much damage, c~en though the leaves may show signs of having been frosted, most of the plants will out-grow the damage. And for these gardeners who had planted just ahead of a cold spell, there's also little to worry about. If the seeds had not ger- minated, chances are good there is no damage. For gardeners who aren't cer- tain how damaging the cold weather was--wait and see and replant later if necessary. The later planting will probably make up for lost time. That will offer ~insurance, wt~e avoiding the tough decision to tear out that early-planted garden ".that just might out-grow the damage." To be on the safe side plant after May 23rd, which is gen- erally the last killing frost in Wyoming. There is always a few of us that try to out-guess the weather before it gets here; but there is always a little fun in risk and I'm sure there will always be early planted gardens and various ways of protecting them from frost. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING It,. the Ma~er of the Adoption of Mary Ann Dewhurst, Susan Yolanda Dewhurst, Rudolph Har- ry Dewhurst, and Justine Eliza- beth Dewhurst. ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE ~O WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Michael Lee Brookey and Ag- nes Brookey, husband and wife, having petitioned the Court for an order of adoption for the above children and said petition having been accompanied by a written consent of the naturai father, Kenneth Elwood Dew- hurst, and the consent of Mary Ann I)ewhurst who is of the age of fourteen years, and the Court being advised in the premises and having jurisdiction; IT IS THEREFORE, HEREBY ORDERED that the aforemen- t~.oned petition, and the same is hereby set for hearing in the Court Room of the Court House m Sundance, Cxook County, Wy- oming, at the hour of 10:00 A.M. on the~ 4th day of June, 1974; and all persons or institutions inter- ested therein, shall at said time and place, show cause, if any they have, why the petition should not be granted and a final order of adoption entered there- Oil. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that a copy of tiffs Order to Show Cause shall be published in The Sundance Times for two consec- utive publciations at least ten days prior to the date sot for hearing herein. Dated this 6th day of May, 1974. Paul T. Liamos, Jr., Judge Cecil K. Hughes, Attorney May 9-16, 1974. Sundance, Wyo. May 9, 1974 Husband of Local Girl Named Airman of Year [ S/Sgt. James L. lVlcGrew, n o~/ stationed at Malmstorm AFB, I Great Falls, Mont., has beea selected as the 80lot Radar Squadron's Airman of the year for 1973. McGrew's wife, Sherry, is daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville (Pete) Harpcr. McGrew was for- merly stationed at Sundance Air Fo~e Station. He was ci~xl for ~s work in plans/scheduling and documenCa- tion, maintenance control center and quality control. McGrew was also selected to train several new airmen and he represented the command and the squadron at numermm base "and Air-Division: advisory cot~ cils. No-Host Luncheon Planned By County Republican Women A no-host luncheon has bee~. planned for May 16 by the Cro# County Republican Woraen's group. The luncheon will be hem at Mateo Village starting at nooil. All interested women are invit: ed to a~tend the luncheon and meeting. Sundance Electric Ph. 283-3423 Sundance