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October 30, 1969

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Meeting recently with the leg- islative committee of the board of directors of the Northern Wy- oming Mental Health Center was Cone J. Munsey, newly appoint- ed director of the Division of M~ntal Health and Mental Re- tardatiort, Wyoming Department of Health and Social Services. Clockwise around the table from left are Ed Halsey, New- castle, committee chairman; Mrs. Richard Dumbrill, Newcastle~ board chairman; Jerry Ista, HuI. eft, Crook county member; N. S. Updike, Newcastle, advisor; Mun- sey; Loring Cannon, staff mem- ber; Lawrence Materi, Upton. The Crook County Co~Belles ~o~ld like you to read the fol- lowing information sent to "us by the Amc~-'ican National Co~v- Betles Inc. "You hear it every day, 'Beef prices are ~o high.., my family can't afford to eat ,beef a ny;nore .. homemakers in ~his area will boycott ~beef until the prices are lowered! The ~beef industry is rapidly becoming the scapegoat for the 'high cost' of everythiag in the grocery store. We need to ,let the pt~blic kno~ th~ bee~ is not the villain and you, as a home- maker, are in a unique p osi,tion to d,o this. A casual cc~nversation ,with .a ~rien,d may not seem like .mu,eh, db:ut if enou,gh people do enough talking, ,the word will spread. Learn ,the ~ew ~,ollawing st~a,tis- ~ics and use them to substantiate ,y,~ur discussions about beef .prices. This is your ,chance to make a personal ,contribution to ,the ~beei industry at a time when R is most needed. SPEAK OUT FOR BEEF A service of American National CowBelles, Inc. Yes, Food Prices Have Increased ~n 10 years, retail ~BEEF prices have gone up 12% BUT . . , All fo~I is up 20% IMedica,l rcare ~s trp 54% ~Services are up 43% q~ransportation is t~p 24% Cam~nodities, other tlmn food, are ,up 18% YES, ~OOD ~)R~ HAVE 'IN~ ,BUT ,SO ~IAS THE COST OF P~ODUCING AND ~G FOOD: $I at the grocery store buys 40 ,worth of products . . and 60 worth of ma:rke~in,g service. The farmer's sh,are ,o~ th,at $1 has not increased since 1957-59 because o.f the cost o~f marketing his product. Yes, Food ~l)rices have increas- ed in the past year: iBetween June ~f 1968 and May of 1969; $168 $or AIL goods and services rose an ,average of $5.90. ,Adding to the increase was... F0rod ....................................... $1.03 Housing ............................ 2.35 Apparet and ,ttpkee,p . ......... 73 Transportation ................... 58 HeaRh/recreation ..- ...... 1.21 Yes, Food prices ~have in- creased h trt ,so has y(mr Lnceme: *Consumer income (after taxes) rises ~aster than .food expendi- ture. In the past 10 years in- ~orne i.s ~p 94% AGA~q: ~ee~ is ,up 12% ,All ~ood is up 20% *Statistics ~rom ,the United Statues Department of Agriculture (,from base @eriod 1~57-59 to Stey right on target wlth our new collection of sportswear for the hunter . . . rugged and good looking clothes for all your hunting needs. - Red Caps -Jk-Red Jackets - -Warm Gloves Hooded Sweatshirts Insulated Pacs iiiiiiii!iiii ..... Wool Hunt,ng-- Socks Down Filled Red Coats Thermal Underwear (Shirts & Drawers) Ph. 283-2082 Sundance May, 196~.) Thank you, Eleanor Phillips Crook County Cow~Belles NOTICE OF FINAL SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE All credi~.bors and others i.nter- ested in the esta,te af ,Minnie Thompson, also Imown :as Minnie V. Tlmmpso:n, Deceased, take no- tice that the "undersigned execu- trix v,f said estate will on or be- fore .he 21st day o November, 1969, ~ile in ~he office o~ the Clerk :of Court of Crook County, Wyoming, her final a,cc(>unt and petiti,on and ~ile objections there- estate, ~here ~nyone interested may e~amine such :account and petiti,on and file (~bjectiosn there- to in writing on or ~before the 2nd day of I)ecen~ber, 1969, and i.f n,o abjections are filed there- to, she will make final settlement ~),f said estate on the 3rd day of December, 1969, or as soon thereafter as ,the matter may be heaM. Da:ted a,t Sundance, W~oming, ~this 30th day of October, 1969. ~Mary Claar, Executr.ix Reyno.lds & tHughes, Attorneys O,ct. 30---Nov. 6-13-20, 1969. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 30, 19~ The expectan~ jack-ra,bbit ;not~" er prepares a nest ~or ~her ily by digging a bowl in the under ,an overhartgi~ng bush o~ thick gra,ss. She ~ines it with ~hieh s:he pulls out of her o~ body. 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