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PAGE 12 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 18, 1979 ABSTRACT STATEMENT Cro~k. COUNTY Of tl~ vet* d ms~ntslnins Count). Government from July I .19 78. to j~mt7 I ,19 ~, I~ under the provisions of Title 18-160, Wyoming St~uit~, 19S7. *nd'tslum frlm* the Rqli~ *bowing Warrants Dd Cirtifi~tm d lndebtMness issued durins that period. B-- I BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS-- {.) .~lvmtdql Tu S,d* .......................................... (b) I'r~mq~. P,dm.i,iq~ ~ IPwm ............................. (e) Co.qm***im to ~ ............................ (d) C,,*,m~p--M,,,*~ ........................... .............. (,) Pddk R~ It,ore, md It, mmt~ ............................. (0 Viud Stattstiai .............................................. (10 St.te Imtitvt~co~ ......................................... ~) Pnmlom u, S,.l*y Ik,mb m-I lmmmm ....................... Q) Ovil Dd~ .................. : ............................ 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I have Wed two bills and co- sponsored one other with John Hursh concerning Snowmobiles, The Gover- nor's address to the joint session of Legislature was on Wednesday and it was a stern speech with mixed emotions from the legislative body. He stressed the severance Tax, Limited Gov- ernment spending, Water development department, the Sunset Law, he support- ed the raise in Hunting License Fees, was against the rescinding of the ERA Ratification; and supported some of the University fund- rag. There rare several hearings scheduled and I have'tried to notify the County in advance but some of them will be over before you read this paper. January 15-H~ on S. F. 42 Liquor Laws at 3 o'clock in the Capitol Building; Jan- usry 16 -- Education Fund- ing at Zhe Hathaway Building at 3 o'clock; January 18 -- Hearing on the raise in License fees HB 112 for hunting, raise in the License selling agents rate for selling Licenses HB 63 and one other bill to come to the committee today, at 4 o'clock in the Capitol Building. Hopefully from now on I will be able to notify further in advance of hearings. I received a report y~er- day on the University of Wyomings study on the cost of the G Form for transpor- tation of cattle against the A Form. To date no Legisation on this matter but expect to see something in+ the near future. I'll try and keep you posted. There is ~a new bill intro- duced on a possible Water Development in Sheridan County Concerning the Little Big Horn River ,and the construction of a dam for a slurry pipeline structure go- ing to Texas with up to 20,000 acre feet of water retained in Wyoming for other uses. There is also a bill introduced to kill the Slurry Pipeline bill using underground water. There is a bill HB 197 on Dl~nsgo C-tame Laws intro- duced by George Salisbm'y that may be of intm'est to the ranchers. The County Commission- ers have recently received a letter from the Wyodak Re- sources Development Corp of Gillette saying that cod is available for use by the residents of Crook County for $12.00 per ton and the new plant is working and they hnpe there will be no further problems and ff there is call 682-3410 or 682-1242. Would like for you to know that when a bill is introduced that you are for and you let me know this that there is a possibility that the bill will be so drastically changed by amendments by the time to vote that it would do more harm than good that l will vote against it so the final judgment wi]] have to be here on the floor on some of these matters. Feel free to call if I haven't done as you wished as there will be a reason. We have had a whirlwind of (fmners and get together parties and both Frank and I have enjoyed getting ac- quainted with the Legisla- tors and their families. Frank has been attending sessions every day and is enjoying it very much. We have had several visitors from home, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Larvie and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunbar from Beulah, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Gose. A bit of humor--The day the Governor addressed the joint session Earl Christen- sen came over and joined me at my desk and someone in the galley asked Mae if that was my father sitting with me. So now it is Daddy Earl. Until later, Marlene North Bearlodge W'~ Fowlkes January 12, 1979 The community was saddened by the death in" Texas shortly before Christ- mat of a former resident, Darrell Simms, the younger brother of Mary Brimmer, Hulett, and the son of Serena Simms, presently residing at Weston County Nursing Home, Newcastle, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Kay DriskKl took Shirley's mother, Mrs. Harrington back to Rapid City, Wednesday, Jan. 3rd. Mrs. Hardngton has been a house guest of the Dfiskilrs over Christmas and New Year's. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Fish visited Drisldll's Thursday aRemoon Also, Wilfred Bunney and Larry Fowlkes stopped and had coffee. Friday morning, Wilfred Bunney went to the ranch for a few days to help Larry and Alvin Fowlkes sort calves for the next week's market at Belle Fourche. Bobbl Cldstoffersen, (now of Hulett), slipped getting into her Father's pick-up and broke her right wrist in two places, Saturday evening, Bobbi's folks/Mr, and Mrs. Sonny Christfiefsn, drove her to Sundance where Doc- tor Hogan attended to the mishap. Those that reported to ~bes' Sa~,urdey nigtg eard playing (500), were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Storm, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bartel, Mr. and- .Mrs. Joe Svoboda and Bob. W'dfred Bunney, Larry Fowlkes and Dennis Skrove. Everyone brought refresh- ments for midnight Mr. and Mrs. J. L. and Jerrod of the weekend at the Sunday Mrs. Jim Daniels and Mrs. Ron Van all of Gillette. Wilfreda Fowlkes fee at the Clifford Jerry Fish home, morning. Walter Gordon the Driskili's noon and was a guest. The two men snow sled for Walter. Anita Fish the Hulett gym evening to partake in ball season for the Mrs. Jim Dacar Belle Fourche, business. Jim and Dacar work for Ericsson ranch. Several from this feeling under the with colds. Ron and Graf made a trip to Wednesday to see tor. Ronnie had They took with them mother, Wilfreda, in t for a hack treatment Logan. Also, Wilfred Bunney to in Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Kay were in Belle Wednesday, visited Mr. and Mrs, Nfison. LO, and behold freda, go this Thursday cause of a bad back. will I work this the Belle Inn. Thursday, Mr. A. L, Ericsson took off Stock Show at At mail time. this morning, the warmed up enough again O~y 3 spring, they say .... Dave Hefner, ty Memorial ministrator, and Marsha, were Jan. 9 meeting of the tal auxiliary.~ Hefner reviewed rent medical indicated the medic.a] services m County and the area is very bright. During the ing a membership discussed and hold one in February. Wilcox volunteered tc intd available times. service committee supplies to make special occasions. Other items coming discussion were money making an open house. The next regular of the auxiliary will be at 7:30 p.mo and all interested in jects are invited to On February 14, salute to erans will bring entertainment stars government officals tact with patieuts in Administration tere.