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February 19, 1970     The Sundance Times
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i /:~ .... ~ ,~ , ~,~ ,:~,11 ,,/!~ Sn~ll Nome~o.,\ Sundance is in omptetio. of hr. ,-er.t ~e(r~clriska'; hew dental .w c, right, shown under con. struction, will join the complex which includes Crook County Memorial Hosptal, left, end the Sundance Medical Center. Harold Bernd said completion of the clinic is scheduled for late March. Mostly cabinet work and carpeting remains to be done up- stairs but no basement work has been done yet. A large lab will be installed in the clinic base- ment. The outside brick is on but the roof has not been entirely com- pleted. Bernd said landscaping a~nd outside concrete work will come later in the spring. CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS |UNDANOE, WYOMING 82729 WHITETAIL DEER CAPITAL TEN CENTS OF T~['~H~HE WORLO PER COPY Official City of Newspaper for Creek County, Sundence and U. S. Land Office Seventy-sacond Year Number 8 THURSDAY, FEB. 19, 1970 Potentates' Ball Set for Sheridan ~ i etThe Sundance Kid turned up Crosby said the Jaycee.s are r:,a.,t~ Sundance Commercial pl,anning a program to promate ~.__m~..ing Friday night but Sundance as ~he whi4:etail deer unately not in person, capital of America and hope to .T~ae Kid, ~etter knawn as Har- erect a statue of a ~hitetafl deer ?~ ~~ga~a~gh, ~was in jail here :n ,1887 avcordin to lxw ree in a prominent location in ~o~m. and t'- g ords He said ~he local Jaycees' station- aus received his nickname, ery ~vill also feature a whitetail He turned up at the 1 deer. lag ~,. c ub meet- -en R IM ~ern~l ~Parking aIong U. S. 14 and in aUthent. .._ .. asked for COnn^_,~.c ~rfformauon on him in the Sundance business district c~uon with resear doin~ .. ,~ . ,ch he is was also discussed because .m~ch ]~Z ~,, ~ne Sundance Kid. of ,the parking space is taken ~p ~an~7:, area development chair- by employees of business firms The Po~entate's ball in honor of new p~tentate Bryan W. Shackelford and his wife Margar- et will be held Feb. 21 at the Kalif Mosque in Sheridan. Dancing will start at 9:30 p.m. wi,th the potentate's presentation at 10:30 p.m. Open house mill be held at the Kalif Mosque starting at 1 p.m. All nahles and ladies are urged to ttend since there will be guests from South Dako,ta, ~ont~na and California as ~vell as Wyoming. A salary schedule for the 1970- 71 school year ~as adopted by the Crook County High School Board at i.ts meeting in Hulett Feb. 12. The board approved a $6400 base in a change in the salary schedule structure which stresses better payment for additional education. Crook county's ~hree school superintendents - Jim ,Bare, Hul- ett; ttoger Thorson, Sundance; and Mike Melonuk, Moorcroft - were all offered contracts by the board for ,the 1970-71 school year. A contract ~or next year was also offered to Delbert ,Har- baugh, Sundance bigh school prin- cipal. The board also accepted resig- on ,~.:r. the chrb, also reported leaving little space for customer . m,~S~le develo me i united S'" t> r~t o.f a parking. - ~a~es Ir~ternational Uni- Logan Brimmer, Dick Hubbard versities school at )" ~ ~Uadan the former and Lyle Warner were named to .t~,~,.~e Air ,Force Station site meet with the city oun~cil to i a discuss parking regulations. ~1,1 detailed~"u saidr,~^/SIl;iU ~s.Preparlng" " ' Pro,,e--- =~ur~ ~or the surplus The ,club also approved pay- theVl~r~' U~ilization division of meet of $100 to ~he ~local Explor- erpartment ~f ~Iea~th, Eduea- tiort and.~ Welfare on the program er Scouts when it has funds avail- it Plan able. Club members did table ~ernd said the set.ting up of a dues schedule. )r ~ show ~r ..... that USIU must ih, ,~" ~,u~ at- ~ts $inancial abil- -" '~' car o ..-'~i at least 20ryn *he program for Pageant Entries .... years before the site a~r~.d~edv"Ver ~o them. Due by March i ""g;'- ~aser ~he chub meet Vice president ~lora Rei- Crook coun~ girls who are ~aer. She is ,the ~irst woma planning on enterir~g ~he ~dss ~ ver ~re .... n to local ~lu~ue aa ,meeting of theCrook County Scholarship Peg- .i; l~rt~ldee~SbY,__~, Sundance Jaycees Marcheant mustl, file their, ~entriest d bYto and ..... '.spoKe at the meetingEntries should be submit e ,.- bet~_"'geci ~better communication Mrs. Diana Ha~vken, entries eom- i een the lnvo groups so that mittee chairman, Sundance. Programs do not overlap. Sundance is Paid The readings: Feb. la ~Iax. Min. Prec. ......49 122~0 Feb. 12 Feb. " .... ........... 1 39 Feb. 16 .05 ............... 45 25 0 $574 Cig Taxes State cigarette taxes to,taling $261,577.69 have been distributed to cities, ,t(~wns and counties by the Wyoming Department of Rev- enue. Based on sales in December, Sundance received $574.13; Moorcroft $627.50; Hulett $282.- 66; and Crook county $422.35. Increased versatility has been added to The Sundsnce Times' typesetting equipment through the addition of this Model 14 linotype. Along about 3 o'clock in ~he afternoon, Times staff members Howard Allen, left, end Cu,rt Moberg knowingly point out var- ious feature~ of the new machine nations from Daniel Hammond and Timothy Bell, ,tIulett high school teachers. ,Both resigna- tions are effective ,at the end o~ the current school year. .Don Steiger, Hulett, a member of the board, resigned as a board member because he is moving to Arkansas. Named to the board to serve Steiger's unexpired term was Richard Barbour, Hulett. Lee Tromble, the board's rep- resentative at .the negotiations, workshop in Casper last week, re. ported on ~the workshop and said it was very beneficial. Board mem,bers also reviewed the school evaluation reports dur- ing the meeting. Next meeting of the board mill be held ~March 12 in Sundance. to each other. The Model 14 was obtained from the Scottsbluff, Nebr. Dally Star-Herald last week.