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8 a r ~{ Rate in Richard Durfee, Crook County Savings Bond .chairman, asked chis week about the new five percent interest rate for the .bonds, said, "The new higher rate announced by President Nix- on makes Savings ,Bonds a better buy than ever before." ~e continued, "It ,will greatly benefit those ~vho have been put- lin,g aside dollars regularly - throug,h payroll plans or over the counter purchases art banks - sav- ings for a new home, farm im- provements, an automobile, col- lege for the children, a vacation or a retirement nest egg." The five percent interest rate applies to all .outstanding Series E or It bonds sold on or after June 1, 1969 if held to ma,turiiy. All outstanding E and Et bonds also benefit from the new rate starting ~vith the first semi-an- nual interest period starting on or after June 1. Durfee said the maturity per- iod for Series E bonds has been reduced from seven years to five years 10 months while H bonds con.tinue to mature in 10 years. Freedom Shares, which have been sold in combination with E ,bonds since .May 1, 1967, will be removed from sale on June 30, 1970. Cigarette Tax Money is Paid The Wyoming Department of Revenue has distributed $302,- 631.07 in cigarette ,tax funds to cities, towns and counties. Funds were based on cigarotte sales made in October. From October sales, Sundance received $562.24. Other figures were Moorcroft, $587.73; ]tulett, $230.67; and Crook county, $378.- 25. Instant entertainment... Rich, full musical reproduction . . . Convenient, space saving versatility . . . THAT'S WHAT YOU GET WITH A e from KRAMBECK'S MUSIC STORE has a full line of Sylvania part. able stereo music centers in t~elr store. Sound Travels with a SYLVANIA PORTABLE STEREO CENTER for ~ncomparable stereo -- where you want it -- when you want it -- SYLVANIA spends a ~ortune *to give you all these features: ~' Solid State reliability and performance for instant response ~,' Sylvania's ,Bravissimo sealed air suspension speaker systems Separate bass, treble and stereo stylus Extra length speaker cerds ~or placement of speakers where you want them. Portables, modular sets, consoles. Make your home the most exciting place in town with a Sylvania stereo. Priced from $109.95 up at KRAMBECK MUSIC CO. Ph. 642-3003 Spearfish, S. D. Across from 1st National Bank Upton Rancher Attends Cheyenne FU Convention Gene Cranston, Upton rancher, attended the 61st annual conven- tion of the Rocky Mountain Farm- ers Union in Cheyenne Dec. 4- 6. Delegates sent a special resolu- tion .to President Nixon askin~ that he act immedia,tely to roll ba,ck high interest rates. The delegates also voiced op- position to any attempts to do away with present farm pro- grams, advocating instead a bill backed by a coalition of 25 farm organizations. The bill, ttBl4014, 'would con- tinue presen,t farm laws "with improvements" and, the dele- gates said, would add a needed billion dollars a year to farm in- come. Delegates also called for poll- ties which wOuld ensure the con- tinua,tion of family farm owner- shi,p. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING In the ~atter of the Estate of Winston O. Larrabee, Deceased. Notice of Petition for Probate of Foreign Will Notice is hereby given tha~ an authenticated copy of the will of Winston O. Larrabee, deceas- ed, and the probate proceedings had thereon in the State o~ Iowa, has been filed ,for ,probate in the above entitled court, and that Frederic O. Larrabee ,has filed a ~petRion for the issuance to him of Letters Testamentary; and further that the 5th day of Jan- uary, 1970, has been fixed as the (late for hearing proof at" said will and considering the appli- cation for the issuance of Letters Testamentary. All persons inter- ested are required :to appear at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said date at the court room of said court in the court house at Sundance, Crook Coun- ty, Wyoming, and show cause, if an,y they have, in opposition to the proof of said ,will and the is- suance of said letters. Dated ,this 5th day of Decem- ber, 1960. (SEAL) ,Marion Cure, Clerk of Court Reynolds & Hughes, Attorneys Dec. 11, 18, 25. Jan. 1 Gifts that will bring you many sincere "thank you's." STOVE FOR SPECIAL STORAGE SEWING CHEST SMOKER Lane Cedar Chests of genuine hand rubbed veneers Walnut finished You can't get much and hardwoods. Cedar Ilnlng. Choice of 3 styles, wicker. Double more quaint or ap- $109 slot tray. Gold silk pealing than thlsl o(:cessory pockets. sBtloavCek ifronsPt'belly $21.95 the base. ~9o95 EASY-TO. CARRY GIFT! MAGAZINE BASKET Spindle-style basket with handle that resembles part of a spinning wheel. Carry it with you. $15.95 KNEEHOLE DESK ' For den, rec-room or any space where you do your "home work" or letter writing. Walnut veneers and select hardwoods. Plastic top 44" x 22". $89.95 :htghetf U~r ?:~ f: ror yourself. Corduroy. Kapok filled. $7.98 CHILD'S BOSTON ROCKER Just like the grownups. Delightful. $13.95 THE VERY TEA CART SHE WANTS Top size 28" x 20'* closed; 28" x 39~ leaves up. Rich Solid Maple. $74,50 WALL SHELF So nice for display. 31" wide, 5" deep, 26" high. Hardwood veneered back panel. Maple finlsh. $19.95 COUNTRY SQUIRE DESK Spacious 46" x 22" top, height 35" --- makes it a large', useful desk that will "key" a whole room. $133 Belle Fourrche, S. D.