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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 3, 1985 T~ S-UNOANCE TrM~" Continuing The Crook.County News (An Indetxmdent NewspRper) Publication #USPS 526-720 .Seared Class Postage Paid at Sundanee, Wyoming 82729" Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyomin~ 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Allen Hermann, Howard Allen, Co-Publishers ' NOTE: If changing address, please include former address. Also give zip code, bo,x or street address. SUBSCRIPTION RATES "1~o P.O.'Addresses in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $8.00 pe~year. " " To P.O. Addresses outside Wyoming, $9.00 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months--S6.00 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE DEADLINE:" 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED. WANT AD RATES: 15c per word each insertion to be paid in advance MINIMUM CASH INSERTION $1.50 MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $2.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column inch $3.00 CARD OF THANKS $3.50 BLACK FACE READER ADV. per line 35c PUBLISHER'S NOTE: All real estate advertisilag in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Act of 1968 which .makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination." The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertis-; ing for real estate which is in vj'olation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellipgs advertised in this newspaper are available on an equal oppo/tunity basis. VFW Auxiliary holds Christmas meeting The VFW Auxiliary/74311 met Monday December 17 with 13 members present. This was the Christmas meeting with exchange of gifts and enjoying different kinds of Christmas goodies. A good time was had by all. General Orders were read and acted upon. Mid-winter Confer- ence will be held at the Ramada Inn in Casper on Janu- ary 11-12-13. Several members of the auxiliary are planing to attend. A thank you was read from the Sheridan VA Hospital for all the cookies and supplies the auxil- iary sent to the hospital. It was decided to send Chris- tmas cards to members who haven't been able to attend the meetings. On Fziday December 7 six members met at the home of Dora Hayward for an informal meet- ing with Department President Marion Brown, from Buffalo. The January meeting will be held Monday January 21 at 7:30 at the Tfi-County Hospitality Room with Lila Dudrey as hostess. Initiation of five new members will be held. The mystery prize was won by Donna Henschel. Letters to the Editor Dear Editor: I write to you about a subject that is becoming more prevalent everday, and that is a state lottery. I have given it much thought and I come to the conclusion that the state of Wyoming can only gain by having a lottery. The biggest reason I can see for instituting a lottery is to keep state money in Wyoming. Right now, Wyoming is losing out to Colorado. Most people are going to spend money in a lottery to pos- sibly have a chance to win the big money. As I am a life- time resident of Wyoming, I would like to see the state use my money in Wyoming. If Wyoming won't elect to have a lottery, I am going to spend my money in Colorado where I have at least .some chance of winning some money. Wyoming could really do well with a lottery. As the popu- lation is smaller, local residents would have a better chance of winning back their money. On top of that, the state would draw a bunch of money from the surrounding states, especially Colorado. All in all, the state really would win no matter what. I personally believe it would be h great boost to Wyoming as the odds would be vastly in favor of the player. A side benefit to the lottery, would be an economic boost. If a person wins anything, they are highly likely to spend most if not all of their winnings. This process could create jobs in the local communities and most certainly at the state level. Wyoming is going to have to raise a committee or some type of commission to oper- ate the games. Of course, when you create one job, you actu- ally create about a dozen in support rolls, I have been informed some of the state representatives voted down an attempt to establish a lottery during the last session. I think that was a mistake and those are the people we need to work on. I personally don't have any preference as to the use of the funds gleaned from the lottery, as long as they are used to benefit Wyoming's people, hopefully in areas where the needs are the greatest. As you have probably noted, I haven't stated any arguments against a lottery. The reason being I can only think of one minor con, and that is a lottery could be considered a form of gambling. That reason is a minor drawback compared to all the pluses. I hope you and I can work together to further this issue and help out Wyoming. Wyom- ing has always been a front runner and trend setter in the United States. If Wyoming could grant women the fight to vote, we can surely handle the vote to start a lottery. Help Wyoming help herself, thank you for your attention. Sincerely, Mary Simmons ,MILLER CREEK SJJ~lam I ejff'te11[DI (UII;~I by Op~ O.a;- December 23, 1984 Mr. and Mrs. I~rey Anderson of Miller Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conzelman of Lytle Creek were Tuesday supper guests and evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan. The group enjoyed the meal and had a good 'visit. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White and Dan finished Christmas shop- ping in Sundance and Belle Fourche Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Rathbun shopped and transacted business in Belle Fourche Thursday where they also marketed cattle at the Belle Fourche Livestock auction sale. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White attended the elementary Christmas school program at the Hulett school Thursday evening in which Mirhail Zimmerschied, ManDee Conzelman and Mat- thew Conzelman all of this area, participated, they enjoyed" the program especially with the neighborhood children they knew. Edsel Rogers of Sundance visi- ted at the Fritz Chatfield home on Houston Creek Saturday after- noon and also visited Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin on Sunny Divide. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin shop- ped and transacted business in Sundance Tuesday afternoon. They visited Cora Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Reed and were sup- per and evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Herman White visited Mr. and Mrs. Charley Schoepp Friday afternoon, they also called at the Dean Conzel- man home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutchins s.hopped in Sundance Tuesday and also visited their daughter, Mrs. Tom Beagle, a! the office. Mrs. Ross Garman and Anna Marie, Mrs. Mike Connally and youngest son, Toby and Tina Garman enjoyed shopping in Rapid City Wed. Mary ~ was a Sat. sup- per guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Garman and Anna Marie and David Roynolds and friend, Tina, were Sun. afternoon callers at Ross Garmans'. ! Mr. and Mrs. Hal Oudin visi- !ted Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hutch- :ins'Thurs. evening where they also enjoyed a game of cards. Jennie Rathbun accompanied ~Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sommers and !Edward all of Casper home for the holidays, Jennie will visit with the Roger Rathbun family for Christ- mas and the Sommers family will .spend Christmas with Gertie iLytle. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Latimer of Lawton, Oklahoma, parents of Mrs. Ken Rathbun, arrived at the Rathbun ranch the latter part of ithe week and plan to spend the Christmas holidays with the Rath- bun families. Jol)'s Daughters Bethel No. 43 held its regular meeting December 19 with Tammy Durfee. Honored Queen, presiding. The girls were remin- ded of the dance on the 22nd for Sandra Neiman. Installation for Honored - elect, Staci Harbaugh held January 27 with afternoon. A gift exchange was the council presented each with a gift. ,%~ t/m~e, money, The Mark of " Your Devotion HAVE YOU HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE ? when you run out of things to do, come get a movie and VCR. Two hundred movies to select from. 24 HOURS SUNDANCE FO00 'N REL 6th and Ph. Cleveland 283-2320 can't take these away from you. Time tmd~cs v()ur kids inl() adults tu~(l l~d