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January 18, 1973

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, I t A long-delayed inquest into the death of an unborn baby is ex- pected to be held shortly in Cas- per. Natrona County's Deputy Coun. ty Attorney Jerry Yaap said Friday the inquest into the death o! the baby following a traffic accident Nov 17 six miles east of Mnorcroft on U. S. 16 will be Imad Wedmmday or Thursday d this week. The date depends upon avail- ability of wimesses from north- eastern Wyoming to testify at aN taq t to be held at the Futmml ome. A t libraia-bamd ,ample, Mr. amt ,Mrs. Joseph Mazlarz, a &Iv Jerry ,was involved in a c~l}ision with Wayne Ekmms, 26, Moor ,o . The coup~, ~'orn New York, was moving to Westwoed, Calif. Mrs. Maziarz, 20 lost her baby, reportedly about seven months along, following the accident. She also received a broken pelvis and brokea leg and was hospital- ized for several weeks Casper. A pathologist examined the in- fant to claUs'mine the cause of death, which will be revealed at the inquest, according to Yaap. The driver of the pickup was hospitalized for a time at Sun- dance with facial cuts, missing eth and internal injuries. County Attorney Richard Macy said no charges have been filed in the case pending the outcome of the inqtmst. Casper lawyers have reported that legal precedents have deter- mined the right of a stillborn child ff death is the result of an accident. County Students Listed On President's Honor Roll Three Crook county students are among the 180 University of Wyoming students who have 1968 Oliver 1550 Gas Tractor Wide front, power steering, Hydra-Drive, hydraulics 1966 Oliver 1550 Gas Tractor 3-pt., hydraulics, wide front, power steering, cab, new tires 1967 Ford 4000 Gas Tractor 3-pt., wide front, power steering 1963 Massey-Ferguson 85 Diesel Tractor 3-pt. hitch 2 Ford 8N Tractors One has new tires John Deere 730 Diesel Tractor Case 400 Gas Tractor Case 500 Diesel Tractor Cockshutt 560 Diesel Tractor Wide front 1961 Case 430 Gas Tractor Wide front, with loader F-11 Farmhand Loader With hay head, grapple fork pushoff COMPLETE SELECTION OF OTHER USED FARM MACHINERY ON HAND See the NEW ALLIED 9-FT. ANGLE DOZERS SPECIALLY SALE PRICED Ph. 11@2-3474 Belb Fourche, $. O. achieved the highest academic honor given by the university by being named to the President's Honor Roll in recognition of a 4.0 grade average. Among the students are: Edward Eugene Lee, Sundance, College of Arts and Sciences; Karen Jaye Burch, Oshoto, Col- lege of Education; and Patricia A. Talley, Beulah, College of Health Sciences. Claudice Pearson Jan. 1-7 Still having below zero wea- ther. Pohn Pearson was in Sundance on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Geis and Jim had New Year's dinner at Ed Chatfields. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson were Sunday afternoon visitors at Geis. Mrs. Frank Pearson and Mrs. Charles Pearson and Wade were in Belle Fourche Tuesday after- noon. Wade visited Kelly Shoe- maker. The Mrs. Pearsons join- ed Mrs. Gary Pederson and children, and Mrs. Bill Husband and Kim for coffe at Shoemakers later in the afternoon. Mrs. Frank Pearson and Mrs. Ben Miller called on Mrs. Pat King Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Rick Brengle and children were at Pearsons this week. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Saxton were New Year's Eve and over- night guests at Gerald Bunneys. Mr. and Mrs. Bmmey were at Jerry Ryans Friday evening. Kenneth Sipe is home from the hospital again. Mr. and Mrs. George Braith- ware were New Year's Day din- her guests at Chris Heimers. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Janes were afternoon and evening visitors. The Ed Helmet family were at Chris Helmets last Stmday. They visited at Don Helmets in the af?amoon. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Nelson went to Maverick Junction Friday and met Mable Wood and her cous- ins. Mable came home with the Nelsons after a visit with her cousins, at Alliance, Nebraska. Mrs. Harry Corhett and daugh- ter and grand daughtm" spent Saturday-Sunday at AI Nelsons. They all visited Georgia Sipe in Hulett Saturday evening. Mrs. Corbett and daughter and grand- daughter went to Custer to visit Harry CorheK in the aftemoen. The Boarlodge Wranglers 4-H Club met at the Alladin Commun- ity Hall Sunday afternoon. The John Alexander family were hostesses. Mrs. Lloyd Viergutz and Mrs. Joe Curren spent Friday afternoon at Gary Steeles. The Bearlodge Exercise Club met at the Jerry Ryan home Tuesday evening. Too many holidays. No one won the gift. Frank and Charles Pearson were in Aladdin Wedne.sday. Charles was in Spearfish Thurs- day. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vore, Ron and Harry Vore, Ron Pulse and fiance, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pearson were Friday sup- per guests at Charles Pearsons. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Vore took Ron to Rapid City Saturday from where he flew to Georgia where he will be stationed. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pearson and Wade, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Pederson, Jamie and Paul, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Husband and Kim Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Shoemaker and Kelly. It was a farewell dinner for the Pedersons who are moving to Phillip. Sandance High School Student Council Meeting January 9, 1973 The first Student Council meet- ing of 1973 was called to order with Mr. Alberts and eighteen members present. The minutes of the last meet- ing were read und approved. Merge Taylor reported the treasury balance of $237.37. Bonnie Kipp reported there were twenty-two students who went caroling, December 22. A discussioa was held concern- ing the student exchange pro- gram with Buffalo (and possibly Moorcroft), although nothing was decided. Student Council neglected to send a Christmas present to the orphan we're in In- dia. It was agreed to send $10 along with a letter as a belated THE SUNDANC TIMES Sundaace, Wyo Jan. is, J i i i, J Christmas present -- as sooa as possible. The rest of the meeting was turned over to Gary Readifer, our guest speaker. Gary pre- seated illustrations and informa.. tion concerning the respensibiti- ties and importance of Student Council. 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