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t features Governor Proclaims National Tourism Week FUN IN THE SUN! Montana has joined states and cities across the nation in proclaiming the week of May 19-25 as National Tourism Week, according to John Wilson, Travel Director for the state’s Travel Promotion Division. Wilson said that Governor Ted Schwinden officially signed a “Montana Tourism Week” proclamation in Billings on May 20 in conjunction with the semiannual Gov ernor’s Conference on Travel. This year’s theme for tourism week, as suggested by the United State Travel & Tourism Association, is “Tourism WorkS for America.” National Tourism Week is being celebrated in many areas around the Big Sky. On the state level, activities will culminate with the Governor’s Conference on Travel May 20 and 21. According to Wilson, National Tourism Three V.P. Finalists Selected Week is celebrated every year to lend greater visability to the travel industry. “We are trying to raise people's awareness of the economic impact of tourism on our state,” he said. “ Over 20,000 Montanans are em ployed by the travel industry, and travelers and tourists added $800 million to our economy in 1983.” Nationally, one of every 15 working Americans is supported either directly or indirectly by the travel industry. In 1983, $210 billion was spent on travel and tourism in this country. For information about how you can be come involved in celebrating National Tourism Week in Montana, contact the Montana Promotion Division, Department of Commerce, Helena, MT, 59620. Phone 406-444-2654. Three Finalists have been selected in Western Montana College’s search for a new vice president. The trio, announced by Acting President Carroll Krause, are all currently serving in the Montana University System. The final ists are: Joseph P. Callahan, dean of continuing education and summer session. Northern Montana College, Havre. Arthur Western, head of the physics and geophysical engineering department, Mon tana Tech, Butte. WESCOLUT P o s i t i o n s open Ih t s f a ll News A iLSin.essfllana.qer \d.JA\a.na.^ev \v j atu a i Wesclolite, office o r cm dl G85~72à2 Henry Worrest, department head for se condary educations and foundations, Mon tana State University, Bozeman. These vice presidential candidates were selected from a field of 72 applicants, according to Search Committee Chairman James Hemasath. On campus interviews are scheduled for May 21-23, and will also include confer ences with newly-appointed President Douglas Treadway, Krause said. GROGAN'S GROOMER 100 ’s of dangle and fashion ear rings in stock 3 /$ 10 .°° | .-Ä <*> ! \ E a r P ie r c in g - S j 130 S. Montana Dillon, MT Lower level—Wards Catalog Store MONTANA HI-TECH R e c o r d s a n d t a p e s C o m p u t e r s a n d a c c e s s o r i e s T e l e p h o n e s a n d a c c e s s o r i e s A u t o s o u n d T V a c c e s s o r i e s H o m e a n d P e r s o n a l s t e r e o s 5 0 5 So. A t l a n t i c 683-6769