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Deer Areas 1-6 with the addi- tion of a southerly extension that lies east of Hiway 86 as far south as Beaver Creek. This is south of Newcastle. A reminder to anyone harvest- ing a lion that they must retain the pelt and skull and present them, within ten days, to the game warden or the nearest Dis- triot Office. Regulation parn- phlets will be at the local license selling agents this week. For you fishermen, the ice on Cook Lake is strong enought to support sr~~, judg~ by the tracks on the lake. Early morning seems to be the best time but it is also the coldest. Remember that you can only use one rod with line and legal number of hooks. The special winter season applies only to FKeis~mfiesle and Lake DeSmet in this Area. Just because it's winter doesn't JANUARY 3, 1965 mean yon have to stay home. There is still a lot to do out- doors, just he careful and have a good time. Don't forget the Sundance Rod and Gun Club Winter Survival Seminar on January 3, 1985 at 7 p.m. in the courthouse basement. THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 3 oo. A billion seconds ago, it was 1961. A billion minutes ago Jesus was alive and walking in Gali- lee. A biHkm years ago no one walked on two feet on earth. And a billion dollars ago was I0 hours earlier today in Washing- ton, D.C. - Alexander B. Trow- bridge, Pres., Nat'l. Assn. of Manufacturers. here is part of the collection of horses owned by sisters Clarine and Darlene Moorcroft, which is now on display in the & Fish Report by Barry L. Floyd the coming of the new it is time txj pick up the new and get ready for another of hunting and fishing style. As far as sea- go there are still a few going The waterfowl .season is open Crook County Art Gallery. 1~e exhibit will be in the art gallery until January 11. through the 6th of January for the diehards. The cottontail and squirrel season runs until the end of February, although the rabbits &m't seem as plentiful as last year. The 1985 Mountain Lion season opened January 1st and continues through the end of March. Licenses for this season must be gotten from Game and Fish Head- quarters in Cheyenne. Appli- cations can be used from the '84 packets or the '85 packets will be out this week. The quota for our area is one [ion and when this quota is met the area will be closed. The boundaries for Mountain Lion Area 1 are the same as those for Yoult tore With an IRA hem Umon Cerwral IJfe, you'H gel aJl the tax and re4Jre- ment benefits of an IRA... plus coml~itJve interest rates, Frankly, your money will probably earn more with us than if you itr~sled in all IRA somewhere else. So before you open an IRA account, or make e deposg to your exm;ng IRA. talk with us, The Umon Central Lifo Insurance Company. Call 800-543-4944, Ohio resi(lents 80~582-2787, for toOay's current ;nteresl quote, BHJ, Inc. of the Black Hills Ph. 283.1480 Sundmmce TRI.COUNTY EL CONSUMERS: In a effort to better serve our con- sumers, T.C.E.A. is requesting Informa- tion on any of our consumers that may be on any life support systems. The pur- pose of this information is to inform you of any scheduled outages that would effect i your system. Please call our toll free number 1-800- 442-3630 and give all of your information to the Operations Department. The information needed is; name, telephone number and meter number. Please respond as quickly as possible, so that we can add your name to our list and be able to provide for your needs. Ph. + , i ,-2320 Fresh LFrege: T ghs Fresh Fryer brumsticks Fand]y Packlb. 79 to 0111:.. Fresh Our Family Tuna Fresh Cello Bag Carrots 1lb. bags 3/99' Fresh Fryer "7 4f~ OUt ~.r~ 6,/, oz. ca. Fresh T " FamilyPack ,b / Slicing Tomatoes+. 692 j 8 9 CaulifloweE_,Fresh ..... Fres.hF_ryer VmilyP~k ,,139 I -- ,79,P ~pht Breasts ........ ~J Fresh Cut-up .. 4roUPack Fresh 7"o,,. Fryers_ .... _~_~'f_='__.=_69 ,~ Emperor Grapes___ Pleasmore ~ " ~ --~ ~~4 oz L'- - - '~ V.+et,e * '11 39 ,,~..~ GROCERY H~ uncnmeats ___LJ Cottage Cheese $1=* Frozen ,Fresh * 1 49 Fn'skies Buffet Minute Maid Cod Fillets __-=---, Cat Food x;~..3/$1 DO Bleach ....;o.=,..79 Orange Juice y.o:..$1 4, Frozen Fresh Turbot Fillets__ Frozen Fresh Perch Fillets ........ .,_$_1 49 Banquet Pudding Cups ,~=~ 109 Boutique .:.V:. 69 Dinners Docker's 240z. 89 Sandwich Br?ad ., 69 IceP/easmrecream ?.~?. $1 s 9 11 oz. Pkg. Crisco Zee Jumbo roll Kraft Oil Paper Towels 59 Colby or Oel Monte Kleenex Cheddar Cheese s9 I1! Ramen Pride : I[[ Oriental Noodles: It: iffl'IO.': +It +,o_,o. ~++. +. ~,~+u~oo ~I , %..._ "'". "~~~____ ..--__;," Main S treet, Sundance Mon.-Sat. 7-B Sun. 10-6 Minute Maid "/ Orange Juice ,2oz. Can $1a J Spam Luncheon Meat : '119 : 12 oz. Can I I w/o coupon # wire coupon ! % 2"JL P4_ _. _ _ ..