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June 26, 1975

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Ron Wendling, a native of Pew- ate of the University of Wyoming, ell and a registered pharmacist, came here Irom Cody where he Monday opeeed Hillside" Phar- was employed as a pharmacist. nmcy, which is located in The He and his wife Lee Ann are 3-C's store here. Wendling said the parents of two children - a the pharmacy is independent of son Jory, 2, and a daughter Tomi the store. Kay, 1. The Wendlings arrived The new pharmacist, a gradu, here Saturday. Heads Keep On Feelin' Raindrops '1976 Will Bring License Plate Tab County Treasurer Karen Glover this week discussed some as- ~tS of i~le new multiple-year license plate system Which will take effect when 1976 comes aronnd. Mrs. Glover recently attended a treasurer's ~hool in Cedy where the new system was dis- cussed. Other discussion at the school covered new legislation concerning transportable homes and sales and use ,taxes. When next January axrives and people start thinking about real- tering vddcles for 1976, they'll find some changes have been made. Mrs. GIover said that persons who have vehicles with 1975 plates will receive only a tab to place on their license plates in 1976. Only one tab per ve- hicle will be issued, the treasvxer said, and the .tab wiU be affix- ed to the rear plate. Persons who want to register a their plates and they will receive a new plate. M~s. Glover said persons who want to have a pres- tige plates will have to pay $30 plus the registration fee. Mrs. Glover also said that starting with the sale of 1976 plates all state fees will be doubled. A new regis~ation form will also go into efferA starting with vehicle that has no 1975 plates lhe 1976 year, the treasuxer said. will receive 1975 plates and a 1976 tab .for the vehicle. However, people with prestige THE SUNDANCE TIMES plates will agah~ have to, order Smuinnee, Wyo. June 25, 1975 I WITH One man can stack & pack upto18 tonsofhay Raindro~ cotttinttod to beat ing into the 80's as summer wea- down on Sundance kids' heads ther arrived. (and aduRs' heads, too) as the Moisture-wise, the Stmdance June weaflter conCitmed on the area ~as runRing well ahead Of wet side. normal after last year's dryness. However, temperatures were Average yearly precipitation up ,this week aad mov- for ~ is about 18 inches and in 1974 only 11.67 inches was KC Groups to =or~. Imh L I1~ well ill ustra~d by the fact that AssistRetarded ~s years moisture has already xeached 11.15 inches, almost Proclamations designatin.~ June equal to all of lest year's. LOADING Haymaking is ranch in- a 28 as~ "Help Retarded Citizens Measurable amotmts of rain .... Day" imve been signed by Gee. fell here ~n five days during the stead of s bKk, bmaksng Ed H~ and Sundance May- past week w~th nearly half an or~Ftoyd Can'. inch felling last They,.. dmre with the STACK-EZE. ttae efforts of the ~ of in the state = develop a U~ the job done quicker and _Memberst ofaSsistthe'fileKnightsmeatally Foests BannedIn r ~.., is that everything is con- 2. stantly moving. The packer Coit~bus at their state conven ~i,i:/ ~;;:~i~ i~ ~i~, packs constantly - the i~iatform tim last April decided to era- The Black Hills National For- tv~m a statewide rogram P. est has been ,closed to the dis- ~ i~:i, : inbehalf of retarded chddren, charge of fireworks by Regional .... ' - ~ ~: rotates constantly-the machine This program is entitled "The Forester W. J. Lucas. ~ ~ Knights of Columbus T~3~e Roll The closttre is part of an or .... *~ -~.,~,~*~:~:~" moves constantly through the Program,, for the Mentally Re- der issued in Denver June 9 tarred.' field. The result is an evenly closing all national foxests and UNLOADING Proceeds of the program will national grasslands in the Rocky disributed, well-tied stack built be returned to local organiza- Mountain region to the discharge :~ , :~ ....... tions for the mentally retarded of fireworks unless the use is ~ and unloaded in less than a to be used inicarrying programs, specifically authorized by permit. The p r~bam involves only volun- In past years, the Forest Ser- half hour. tear workers, there axe no paid vice said, fireworks have caus- employees, ed fires w~thin the Black Hills arm with ~e approaching Fourth of July holiday, .residents and ONE MAN Lalenaar vi~itor~ ~ ~a.~on~,o o~o~vo the fireworks closure order. of Events ' DOES , BIRTHS ~=~ ~o~ ~.~ s~o~ IT AK sick home, potluck at 6:30 p.m. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Durfee, Sunday, Jnue 29 , " Cro0k County Horsemen s As- Sundance, ate parents of a RELOADING saciation playday, 1 p.m., H~ettd~mr born J.un. '18 at Lookout Mm,~Hal Hos~tal in Spearfish. See the Model 1600 and 1800 At ~tday, July 1 The baby weighed 7 lbs. and 13 Crook County Commissioners,ozs. and has been named Misty t9a.m.,courthouse, Sundax~.Dawn. - Tracy Motor Co. WedMsday, July 2 " M~teri~ grandpaxents are Mr. Crook (h~m~ ~ssioners, and Mrs. Richard Wagaman and 9e.m., ~use, Stmdlm~. Mildred Durfee is the paternal Mmulay, July 7 grandmother. Mrs. Mildred Lan- :Stmdmace~City Cotmcil~ 8 p.m., tiers is pammal ~eat gramimo- r~.~,tielL :jtdyll ~ Din-fee a~ the paternel great ' Our39th Year of Service Sendance Commercial Club, grandparems. ca~e. Ph. 283-1355 Sundance 8 p, To be capable of respaot is al- most U ~a'e as to be worthy of it.