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Pcgt 9 PUZZLE Thirteen different birds are hidden in this block of letters. The birds may be spelled forward for-ward or backward and may run horizontally, vertically or diagonally. Can you find all thirteen? thir-teen? " - ' ,' , ' Wy C3aOD QoraodoDOcDg tttdatsday, HcrdHO, H74 II I a I Vf I K ii 1 e In v . JL-IJLJLJ!jLJL JL L J: JLJ !!.!! JL 5 J JL JL X JL JL JLLLJL-1JLL.Z. JLJLLJLJLJLi.-L 1 !JL2LJLJLJL TTTi JL-L-L.L JLLJLLJJLJ jijljljljljljl T E 1 R M A G I E 1 S hi W I i lip i ' LAST WEEK'S SOLUTION las R I. L I jl jl2$S JS J! JLiJS i'i - S5jL:JL.!, jSjgJ J.l'jL. Iovjo end Qacnplon Condor Ovor Clean Air Act Park City Ladies League bowling scores for March 3, 1976 are as follows: The Jokers won 4 lost 0 to the Pussy Cats. The Drifters won 4 lost 0 to the Hopefuls. Team Standings Drifters PussyCats Hopefuls Jokers High Team 3 Games Jokers 2153 Drifters 1924 Pussy Cats 1843 High Ind. 3 Games Joyce Stahle 557 LuAnn Marcellin 477 Norma Cowin 413 Won 13 12 12 11 Lost 11 12 12 13 High Team Game Jokers 727 Jokers 718 Jokers 708 High Ind. Game Joyce Stahle 202 Joyce Stahle 191 LuAnn Marcellin 176 Joyce Stahle bowled four strikes in a row. She also had three doubles for the night. LuAnn Marcellin bowled a turkey and also a double. Doubles Were bowled by Florence. Aubrey, Donna Prudence, Jessie Johnson and Linda Splits were picked up by the following: Margie Smith 3-10, Ethel Pederson, 3-10; Florence Aubrey 5-6; Donna Prudence 5-6-10. , - Congressman Allan Howe, Congressman Gunn McKay and Utah Governor Calvin L. Rampton met March 3 with Congressman Paul Rogers (D-Fla.), Chairman of the Health and Environment Subcommittee of the House Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee, to discuss a package of amendments to the Clean Air Act. The Clean Air Act Amendments,., bill,., which TulLte a dramatic Jm-, pact on whether or not proposed power projects can be built in Utah and where they can be located, has been under consideration by Rep. ; Roger's subcommittee and is now under consideration by the full Interstate and Foreign Commerce Committee. Com-mittee. Similar ' legislation has been introduced in the' Senate. Reps. Howe and McKay and Governor Rampton all stated their strong belief that the Clean Air Act Amendments Amend-ments should meet the goal of improving the, protection of air quality in national, parks and other areas of special natural, recreational, scenic or historic value, but they also express their concern that the bill may lead to a Federally-established clean air buffer zone around protected areas of such large and unreasonable dimensions that development of power resources in Utah would be essentially locked-out in many instances. The two Congressmen and the Governor said that Utah, and -other states, should have the authority to set reasonable standards that will allow for a proper balance between air quality protection and power resource development, rather than having an unrealistic set of standards, set by the Federal Government. Govern-ment. ' "v : Congressman Rogers assured Reps. Howe and McKay and Governor Rampton that the Clean Air ' Act Amendments bill does not establish a hard, fast buffer zone limit but would allow for . the consideration of each proposed , power project location on its own merits, and that the bill contains language granting the states authority to set standards that will maintain the quality of the air in protected areas. Reps. Howe and McKay and Gov. Rampton said they thought the language in the bill granting the states authority to . set some air quality standards is good, but expressed their concern that the power given to the states could mean very little if, in the bill's - final form, the decisions allowed the states and the criteria on which they can be made are so restrictive that the states would have very little, if any latitude in setting standards. Reps. Howe and McKay both said they will watch the bill closely as it moves through committee consideration to the full House to make sure the authority it supposedly grants the states is genuine. . Congressman Howe stated, "Basically, what we hav to , be sure of is that the states have some' flexibility in making these decisions. It seems to me that this is the only way we can protect the parks and recreation areas in Utah and still make use of the natural resources adjacent ad-jacent to them. I think both goals are compatible, but we'll have to work very hard on this bill to make sure it allows the flexibility that will make that compatibility possible." Gov. Rampton observed, "I have examined the language of the House bill only superficially to this point but, what I'm concerned about is that it gives the states an apparent authority which, in terms of the entire bill, may be subject to so many criteria established by the bill itself or the ' Environmental Protection Agency Administrator that the states will actually have no discretion." lt A J1 Willi ENJOY YOUR KIND OF PLACE Dyo-Dvd for Thsrsday-Svaday LADIES UG COVER Thursday A Svaday U m ma Mkt ' M . . -. n -T -rr . , . J ttlSSLES HAY cq:jtk::u2 Senator Jake Garn (R-Ut); last week hailed the House1 and Senate Armed Services and Appropriation Committees Com-mittees for taking an action which could lead to continued production of the Minuteman III missile at Thiokol and Boeing plants in Utah. The four Committees have now given approval to a request made by the Department of Defense last year for the reprogramming of $40 million for purchase of long lead-time lead-time items needed for continued con-tinued production ; of the Minuteman III. . 1 "The significance of this action," Sen. Garn stated, "is that it keeps open the option of continued production of the missile beyoncTOieend of the current fiscal year. Had this action not been taken, the smaller subcontractors and suppliers would have begun to drift away, and changing directions would have been I impossible." The Senator ' emphasized that : this decision did not constitute a decision to continue production. "The President's budget for FY '77 did hot contain funds for the Minuteman III production, but that budget was based on the assumption that a SALT agreement would be ; negotiated. Secretary Kissin-: Kissin-: ger has been running into stiff opposition over . his negotiating posture from other officials within the Administration and the Senate, and an agreement begins to appear less likely.'' The Senator has also urged restraint in negotiations towards a second SALT agreement. ; This action will give us time to make the strong case for continued production of Minuteman III. This is the only ICBM still in production in , the -United States; the USSR is currently producing four -separate ICBMs, all larger v than the M III. Objections have been raised on the grounds that more Minuteman Ills would in- ' terfere with deployment of Trident missile systems later oh, but I believe we have i adequately answered those objections."' Perk CHy Third ttith Park City, a booming mining community in the late 1880's, became Utah's third telephone exchange. On Sept. 10, 1881, the exchange ex-change officially opened with 29 subscribers. In 1880, the installation charge for a new telephone was $3, with a $3 monthly service " charge. The going rate ' of pay for a miner ranged from $2.75 to $3 per day. Thus in the 1880's if required a full day's work to pay the telephone bill. Presently, a one-party residence line in Park City costs $4.81 monthly. The Park City exchange services 2,917 phones, compared to 853 in I960, and 1,500 in 1970. s$?fol JJ o M ITALIAN CUISINE n an elegant bat atmosph OPEN FOR DINNER NIGHTLY From 5:30 Til 10:30 MINI-BOTTLES AND WINE AVAILABLE LOUNGE OPEN TILL 2 AM casual ere r wtk jour - - T"u- ' -. ten ' . FOR SALE: Older home, four bedrooms, two baths, basement and good location. Close to ."Get On It." i $40,000. . , . NEW traditional-looking duplex; each unit has two bedrooms, 1 baths, fireplace, good offstreet : parking. Terms available. . NEW LISTING: Large restored old home, over two-1 two-1 thousand square feet wKh possibinies for ex-' ex-' pension located In quiet area of town near bus stop, , $42,000. : FOR SALE: New duplex on Daly Ave. with sauna and . garage. Victorian architecture; two bedrooms In each unit. WE CAN show you anything In town, condos, lots, homes, whether It's listed with us or not. NEW LISTING: Large duplex with two bedrooms in each unit. Quiet location with nice garage. $48,000 with possible terms. Good building site on Rossie Hill overlooking town, $7,000. SUMP ft flYER! Bill McComb ... 649-8550 or 649-9280 (home) Seldom has there been e better time to take advantage ad-vantage of Park City potential. Are you looking for a home? An Investment? Income In-come property? Combine these goals Into one with a duplex. We have three for sale, Off ering a good choice of terms, price and size. Call today for details.