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PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JULY, 29, 1993 Presented By Sundance Area Chamber of Commerce and These Member Business Finns: Wii!'lll I#@IIII@ CRAZY Krazy Daze 2-Day Sidewalk Sale Frl., & Sat., 30 & 31 THE SALE PRICE OF ALL YELLOW SALE TAGS * All Summer Merchandise (All shorts, most S/S tops, swimwear, sandals, straw hats, aqua socks. MOST ALREADY MARKED DOWN THE SECOND TIME.) All Klearance Komer merchandise (some already below 1/2 price.) * All Kids' Western boots. * Selected GIMMIE and ENUF sportswear (now save up to 1/2 price.) JUST REMEMBER- That It is 25% off the sale price of all YELLOW SALE TAG MERCHANDISE t ea dng Soda 4 tbs, 1 tb. $1.49 39 IIII on all Hambwrgers or Cheesebl , gers on All Side Orders Not Inoluding Salads 2834205 on selected Zenith & Whirlpool Products Save From $60 to $500 Stop By Our Sidewalk Sale Crazy Prices On Used Merchandise Sundance The girls at Dillon's have gone crazy, Bargins galore all over the store! Come in and shop You just can't stop Without finding Something to your liking Glasses - 59 & 68 Thomas opposes spending bill for legislators Two weeks alter passing the largest tax increase in history, the majority in the House accepted its own bloated spending bill "with little regard for taxpayers who must foot the bill," Congressman Craig Thomas said FHday. "This appropriations bill for the Congress falls way short in spending cuts. It certainlyisn't the serious attempt at cutting the budget people wanted and I won't support a bill that fails to suffi- clentlyaddress our runaway debt," 3~omas said. Rather than support only a 1 percent decrease In spending passed by the majority, Thomas and other Republicans instead pushed for amendments thatwould cut spending by as much as 25 percent. "The majority in Congress, by passing this bill, has shown its disregard for American taxpayers Sct oot PaPer 49 Car Sunshade 99 Lots More Ftower pots 19. price Lots More ,card ornaments Wyoming bees with the Wyoming Agricultural totaled 287,000 potmds, "up 49 produce 35 percent Statistics Service. There were percent from December 1991. The more honey 41,000 colonies in Wyoming dur- average price rece/ved by produc- WYOMING: Honey producUon Ing 1992 with an average produc- ers for honey sold in 1992 was 55 during 1992 from producers with Uon of 70 pounds per colony. In perpoundresultinglnatotalvalue five or more colonies totaled 2.87 1991 there were also 41,000 colo- ofproducUonof$1.58milllon. Last million pounds, 35 percent above nles, but producUon averaged only year's avera2e vrice was also 55 the 2.13 million pounds produced 52potmdspercolony. Honeystocks per pound. in 1991, according to Scott Melners inWyomingon December 15, 1992 i I and their collective voice to" cut spending first. In 1993 Congress will spend 1.8 billion dollars on itself, and the best they can do is a 1 percentreduction?Thls certainly Isn't what I know people expect," Thomas said. Most efforts to fur- ther reduce the appropriations were opposed in committee prior to floor action. "It's frustrating that Congress is infinitely more adept at passing massive tax bills than reforming itself and leading by example by cutting its own budget," he said. "I'm afraid the so-called majority reformers are all hat and no cattle," Thomas said. '.Those 'tough choices' we con- tinually speak of were there - most refused to make them," Thomas said. The bill passed by a vote of 224 to 187, along party lines. Among dozens of amendments not accepted by the Democrats on the Rules Committee. Thomas proposed cutting $20 million from the GovernmentAccounting Office, a 5 percent cut, and another to cut $5.77 million from the Govern- ment Ih-inting Office. "Sincere friend: One who will say nasty things to your face instead of saying them behind your back. :Z o ~ G o O O 0 * 0 LU y.- FREE KIDS FACE PAINTING (Saturday Only) FREE TOPPING ON Yogurt or Ice Cream Sundaes Speshul Prices on Silks and Baskets MANY MANY MORE KRAZEE SPECHULS AT THE COUNTRY COTTAGE & YOGURT GARDEN ~ Store tlours: Mon.-Sat., 8-9. Sun-12-9 423 Cleveland Sundance Phone 283-2450 @ 0 0 Ph. 283-3883 S The tallest building in the U.S. is the Sears Tower in Chicago, Illinois.