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Roncalio's Bill Would Discontinue Daylight Savings Time in Winter Congressman Teno Roncalio (D-Wymning) introduced legisla- tion recently to return American clocks to standard time during the wimer months. Roncalio's bill would restore standaxd thne from the last Sun- day in October to the last Sunday in February and would institute the time change this fall. The Senate passed the bill last Thurs- day., "The Department of Transpor- tafion's study on the energy-sav- of light savings time shows that not enough energy has been saved to warrant the inconven- ience to school children and rural residems caused by dark marly morning hours," Roncalio explained. "Congress, supported the ad- ministration s proposal to extend daylight savings time in hope that :sizeable amounts of fuel could be saved, but .that hasn't proved the case," he said. The Wyoming Congressman said he had received many letters ~ Wyoming residents asking that standard time be re- instated daring the winter. percent, pork up 15 percent, poultry, up 50 percent, eggs-up 10 percent and dairy products unchanged. Commercial farms will be larger, with farmers working closer with manage- merit experts and using more crop and market reports informa- tion. Farmers will incorporate family operations to aid borrow- ing and help pass farm along to the next generation intact. De- spite in~reased production, farm labor will decline 22 to 33 per- cent from today's 4.6 million to 3.5 or even 3 million. Coming - A 100,000 Cow Herd On the drawing board' at First Colony Faimm in eastern North Carolina is a huge integrated beef protkmtion enterprise that is expected to maintain a 100,000 head beef cow herd and carry calves through feeding to slaugh- ter according to Feedlot Manage- UW Sp li ~ THE DISTRICT COURT OF merit magazine. ecia sts ~ SIXTH JUDICIAL All of this will happen, if car- DISTRICT OF TIlE STATE OF lied out as planned, on the 375,_ ,-m ght WYOMING, IN AND FOR 000-acre farm owned by Malcolm ~msVroo CROOK COUNTY McLean, a North Carolina native Wi&"SA" ~ The Matter of the Estate of now living in New York. In ad- en~ FLOCEL~URN, dition to this beef operation, plans call for prodnction of Drought problems in north- Probate No. "4216 almost 1 million hogs a year. eastern Wyonfing were discuss- NOTICE TO CREDITORS Simon Rich has been selected ed during a conference telephone NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to manage the operation which call rec, eatly between seven Uni- versity of Wyoming extension specia~sts and university exten- mon agents in Crook, Weston, Niobrara, Converse, Natrona, Johnson, Sheridan and Campbell counties. Usin~ the near conference tele- Phone network established be- ~wee~ each county extensiou of- rice m~d the ~rs in the Agri~uro building on the I/W e~ speci~ists and agents some of the alternative manngement practices that could he used iv remedy severe situa- fi~ existing in the drought area& Following the call, the spe- cialists formulated a "drought ~tion package" which sum- marized their remarks and in- cktded irffermation requested by individual agents. It will be dis- tributed .to university extension ager~ tlmmghout the state. ~oipa~ing specialists in, cluded Dong- Agee, extension etam~tiet in farm management Carroll Schoonover, extension anhTzat ~eiemist in beef and meats; Barry Stevens, exten- sion apimal scientist in dairy and swine; Wes Seamands, exten- sion a~st; Kendall John- son, extension range manage- merit specialist; Conrad Kercher, of ~ nutrition, and Kearl, professor of agri- cultm~l ec.onomics. IN DISTRICT COURT *,. SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT The State of Wyomiag ) )ss, Jeanne Beasleg~take notice ~t on the lSth day of A u~st, 1974, Lois Ellen Beasley an action against you in the District Court of Crook Coun- ty, Wyoming, seeking a decree of divor~ alleging as grounds intolerable indignities and one year separation. Shall you ~dl to appear in defense in the m~tter within 30 days from September 14, 1974, or by Octo- ber 1S, 1974, judgment will be taken against you. Marion Cure' Clerk District Court William D. Norman, Atty. 30S Waxren Gillette, Wyo. Pub: Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 12t 1974 THE SUNDANCE TIMES ~, Wyo. Aug, 22, 1974 [ir |FIII[ 1 i i BUCK KNIVES FAMOUS FOR I~1 HOLDING AN EOHE~l~.~__ COAST TO COAST STORES Main Street SpoadL*h # .that letters testamentary were, on the 6th day of August, 1974, gra ted to the ers ned District Court in and forCrook Co~mty, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons hav- ing claims against the estate are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the court, or to exhibit them, with the necessary ~s, to Richard J. Macy, Sundanc, e, Wyoming, on or before three months after August 8, 1974, the date of the first publi- cation of this notice, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibit- 'Red, they will be forever barred. DATED AND FIRST PUBLISH- ED at Sundance, Wyoming on ARt~OBE8, 1974, RT MARS'ION OOBURN, Executor Edward S. Halsey, Attorney Publish Aug. 8-15-22, 1974. The only man who ever got all his work done by Friday was Robhlson '(~moe~ A Preview of Farming In 1950 USDA economists have taken a long look at agriculture for 1980. Their predictions: Popula- tion up 15 percem to 18 percent from 204 million to 235-240 mil- lion with total food spending up 75 percent to 80 percent from $104 billion to 182 billion. Food ontla~rs will still represent a smauer share of personal income than today's 16.5 percent. De- mand for beef could be up 33 would include parts of five coun- ties. Current plans are to seed about half of the farm to pasture the beef cows. Calves are to go into open lots for finishing and there may be a slaughtering plant on the farm. Rich said the biggest problem expected is acquiring competent management personnel. According to Rich, approxi- mately 26,000 aca'es of the farm will be put imo corn and soybean production which would supply enough grain to support the live- stock. Feed Efficiency Saves Big Money Feed is the costliest item in hog prodtmtion. Yet, says one test station manager, buyers at sales held ~t his station seem to pay little attention to efficiency in use of feed. It is not uncom- mon, he pointed out, for the most efficient pen in a test to gain 100 lb. on 35 to 50 lb. less feed than tiXe ,least efficient. He said that s~e ~ are m0re ef- ficient than others but that there may be much more difference between pens of any breed than thexe is between breeds. He declined to discuss which breed is most efficient but dwelt on the difference between the best and the poore~ of several breeds that have been on test in his ~tation. FoUoMing the conversation, the writer ran figures, by breed, on seven breeds that had been test- ed in recent mon'ahs in four sta- tions. The conversion r~te of the two most efficient breeds, Yorks and.(~sters, was extremely, close: The averages showed they need- ed close to 1S lb. less feed for 100 lb. of gain than three other breeds which also were tightly bunched. The ~ Were Durocs, Hangrs and Berks. They made 100 lb. gain on abo~ 12 lb. less feed than ,the Spots and Polands. Fed for 200 lb. of gain, the dif- SEE OUR All,Electric Homes And Our Mobile Homes with HOUSE.TYPE MASONITE SIDING COME IN ~ See Herb or our new salesman, Virgil Schmiclt NEW HOURS--Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sat.w 8 a.m. - 6 p.m. COMPLETE FINANCING AVAILABLE Office - 642-2715 Res. - 642- 4572 femnce per hog would be 54 Yo. of ration. That doesn't seem great but with feed at 1974 prices it can run into money for each 1,000 head of hogs sold. Try fig- uring it out on an operation the size of your own using your own cos~ of feed. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF WYOMING WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF WALTER E. THOMPSON, Deceased NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION OF TIME APPOINTED FOR PROVING WILL, ETC. Notice is hereby given in the matter of the Estate of Walter E. Thompson, Deceased Petition for .Probate of said Dec~ent having in the District Court Cour~ty, Wyoming, that September 6, 1974, at o'clock A.M., at the of said Oaurt at Sundance, Oounty, Wyeming has been pointed as tile time and for proving the Will of E. Th~npson, Deceased., h~.ng ,the Petition of ] OIson for the ~ of Tes~unentary to Barbara when and where any int~a'estod may ~est the same. Dated ~ 8 day of Aug., /s/ Clerk of Watt, Burke & Daly, Gillette, Wyoming Pub: Aug. 1S, 22, 29; Sept. Fall Carpet Specials It's been along hot summer but cooler weather is ahead.i Give your home and yourself a refreshing up your surroundings with new carpet. We have carpeting at low prices. 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