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wI:X eU~ng re@ M~, Cenl/reesmen con often hel those P ~, problems involving tl~ federal government. In this me~'~um" Senator Cliff Hanson wlU answer questions" from ~, Public. Write him at 3229 Dirksen Once Buildin ~llhlngton, D.C., 20510. All letters will be ersona]~' nZWe . . P Y M... w red. Inqumes selected for this column will -"fiHe be d only by town or city of originJ What is the cur- legislation to pre- Drug Administra- .placing restrictions on we buy? ...LARAMIE S. 2801, introduced William Proxmire by many Sena- myself, was re- on Labor Welfare, where it cfI~.ding hearings. The this bill which I be- to your concern 410 which says: "In this Act (The Food Amendment of 1973) shall not limit the mtmber, combination, or variety of any syn- natural vitamin, rain- Other nutritional sub- of any food dietary uses if the to be con- not ordinarily render to health." I feel that tax re- to be the number one Congress, so that all ' their fair share of is Congress going about this very ...TORRINGTON ~R: The House Ways Committee, and the Committee, on will be holding year to examine reform proposals suggested. It is of a tax cut will during these of the hun- tax law provisions on such an undertaking reform is extremely and USually centre- and actual legislation . be finalized until next both Commit- to work to- of ,reporting out tax reform bills for consideration I am having a with my employer of overtime pay exactly does the urn Wage law say pay for workers 1? ..ROCK SPRINGS ',R: The law states your pay you nat less one-half times your pay for all hours the 40 hours in CARE exception of the blazaket, all types characteristic-- and dryability. blankets are also r. Check labels. and Detergent As- consulners to gently for best starting, it is a your laundry and care in- Nan- Here are guide lines. Measure a blanket before wash- ':ng. Pretreat spots and stains with either a liquid detergent or a paste made of granules and water. A badly soiled binding can be brushed lightly with the same solution. Fill the washer with warm water and add detergent or soap. Agitate briefly to completely dis- solve the product. Stop the ma- chine. Then add the blanket, distributing it loosely and evenly around the agitator. Soak the blanket for 10 to lS minutes depending on the amount of soil. Start the washer and turn the dial slowly to the end of the wash cycle when the ma- chine stops agitating, the water drains and spins. Spin for about 11 minutes. Then set the dial for the rinse cycle. Use a warm or cold rinse and allow the wash- er to complete the rest of the cycle automatically. The use of a fabric softener, either the kind added to the deep rinse or applied in the dryer, will produce a fluffier, static- free blanket. Again, follow pack- age directions for correct use. Machine drying for wool Nan- kets should be accomplished quickly. Set dryer at high set- ting. To remove moisture, place 3 or 4 clean, dry bath towels in the dryer and heat for a few minutes. Then add the blanket and tumble about 10 minutes. Check and remove from dryer while sla',l damp to avoid shrink- age. Stretch blanket to original dimensions and lay flat or over two parallel lines to finish dry- ing. l ..... The p Dry man-made fiber blankets in dryer set for the permanent press cycle. These blankets may be dried completely but be sure to remove as soon as dry to avoid wrinkling. Brush blankets gently to restore nap and press binding, with a cool iron, if necessary. To line dry, choose a breezy day and hang blanket in the shade over two parallel lines. Smooth and straighten edges. When partially dry, change the position and straighten again. A sportsman's blanket needs only a wiping wittl a damp, sudsy cloth to keep it clean. Roncalio Seeks Delay in Handgun Legislation Action RWYd~ongai[~ng~esSmee~nheT~na asked the chairman of the House Judiciary Committee not to act on gun control legislation during this session of Congress. The Wyoming Democrat, in a letter to Re. Peter Rodino (D-N.J.), asked that no action be taken on four bills recently referred to the committee. The bills would prohibit the sale, im- ~)ortafion ~and manufacture of certain handguns. One of the bills, introduced by Bep. Michael Harrington (D-Mass), would prohibit private ownership of handguns six months after enactment. Roncalio wrote, "In this time of Constitutional crises, I do not believe that Congress should be- come involved with file contro- versy over the Constitutional right of a citizen to bear arms." "This issue, which is impor- t.ant to the people of my state, i: one I think should be left to the courts and to the local units ot government, not Congress." Order is Filed Against Company Secretary of State Thyra Thom- son, Wyoming's securities ad- ministrator, last week issued a cease and desist order against Star Inc., a Wyomiag concern, earth The 275 gives you all tI~e reliable simplicity of a sturdy auger he~der, a new, setf,cooYained twdrostati~ unit'pliaa a full- Come & end see the new 275, Second generation hydrostatic Contour Flotation L shape design t, ime steering wheel . . . m 13,5 x 16A flotation tires features des|gnarl to meet R 53 inch long conditioner the needs of today's b~g roils acreagaforagehatvest~ng m t0 .... 8. 12 fl":ott4' 6. And the.pricelsmuch, less auger headerS. ii: than other hydrostatic auger wtndrowerS; 3t Miles East of Belle Fourche on 212 Ph. 892-2791 Belle Fourche, S. D. Your Masesy-Ferguson & Owatonna Dealer and R. W. (Buck) Harris, cur- renfly living in Casper. Star Inc. was ordered to im- mediately stop selling or offer- ing securities for sale to Wyo- ming people. The cease and de- sist order was coupled with an order to Star Inc. denying any possible exemption from regis- tration. The secretary d state's office said that, purportedly, Star Inc. t, lans to acquire three small insurance companies, none of which, from most recent reports, have recently issued ,any insur- ~21Ce. Mrs. Thomson said, "Our in- vestigation in this instance re- vealed that disclosure of the in- tended operations and condition of the company is necessary to inform and protect those to whom ~ecurities are being offered.'" She said securities of the com- pany cannot be sold unless the company meets the state's regis- tration requirements of making full disclosure in an offering cir- cular containing audited finan- cial statements." THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. May 9, 1974 SEE OUR All-Electric Homes /x~X~%')/,,... And Our Mobile Homes with HOUSE-TYPE MASONITE SIDING COME IN AND SEE HERB And our selection of 12, 14, 16 and 24 Ft. Wides COMPLETE FINANCING AVAILABLE Call for Evening Appointment Office - 642-2715 Res. - 642-4572 Since 1929... Hazledine Drug has been right here on the corner since 1929, taking care of the prescrip- tion needs of area residents throughout the years. We still have the quality and the reliability we have maintained through two registered pharmacists. We're still serving the area, of course, as you well know. Our prices are very competitive-and we'll talk about them at any time to anyone. Let us continue to handle your prescriptions. Daily mail service. Hazledine Drug On the Corner Since 1929 Main Street Spearfish