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tttrning in the other I stepped from the balmy air and the block. was approach- and the stars glowing clusters the fabric of the h soft wind stirred at my leisure. the issue but couldn't get to vote on it. Hell, we know what Con- gress is - some able men surrounded by a lot of non- entities. Democracy still works and is the best system there is but some of the sand should be cleaned from the wheels. The country is getting too shone in some large and the ordinary per- but the bulk were son is separated by a chasm ely ,ne, as enjoying from the people in govern- [ sleep except for a ment. In a sense, we are at fowls. . fault because we are not ~here in the night a critical enough - we do not ~e screamed in pro- burn their butts and gouge tr door slammed and their hide with wicked ton- ghter rode the night gues. ew hot bloods werel detect an alarming ten- ~. dency on the part of our law- ~tiful night but still I makers to ignore the wishes bled by strange ac- and feelings of the people. ~t in the country.Time heals all things, in- Cuntry has a new cluding broken political pro- t and I'll say that mises, and the politician lets tas a different ap- things slide figuring that ) ~any things everyone will have forgotten :he opened up a' keg in two or three years. And when he granted he's right, of course. those people who Congress boosts its salary and let someone over 30 percent and then has the dirty work. the gall to debate for days I believe, the Pre- over a $50 rebate to indivi- aCtion will come dual taxpayers. They have ~unthim. guts and sometimes they ncerned about Car-turn mine. Ction of men who Here in the state of Wyo- ~ft to Communism. ruing several years ago, the g men in the rightmatter of a domed stadium ld be disastrous to arose. Proponents said we ~ble apology is not needed it because it would ugh when the boot enhance the Cowboy's foot- )aqueror squashes ball fortunes and allow the t~Styourneck, hiring of"a more high- lUrse for moral powered coach, one used to ',p Congress takesthe better things in life. I think members ofFootball is a hypocritical were making sport. raoney and there I recall a state survey ly members of thatwhich showed the Wyoming thought the same. taxpayer was opposed to th!s You the truth, it some project. This didn t salary boost that deter the lawmakers. After d ray stomach. It all, the taxpayer by himself is they went about nothing. He pays and suf- s took no action to fers. Looking over the recent ' raise ~ hi( wentappropriations by the state Unless an effort legislature, I note many rail- Stop it. Efforts ()n the issue inembers of intend to go Years, a Congress- he opposed lions for university projects. The biggest sum is for a building project at Memorial Stadium. There is much muttering that this project will pave the way for a dome at the Don't MissI! TI LE! 60 miles north of Belle Fourche, S.D. and north of Harding, S.D. , MARCH 14 at 10:00 a.m. sharp - HAY SELLS FIRST CHOICE CATTLE big, mostly 4 to 6 year old, Black Baldy in April, 7 Hereford bulls, 7 calves. NOTE-- In 30 years in the auction s, I believe that htis is the best set of Black (hereford-Angus cross) that I have ever fall the steer calves off these cows weighed and heifers 477. They are bred to Hereford Start calving April 6.. HINERY EQUIPMENT HAY 23 stacks of hay stacked with Hesston 1300 bales wire tie year old hay---400 old alfalfa---approx. 500 bu. oats. SPECIAL at 10:00 a.m. Hay buyers be there. It, .. TERMS: CASH for handbill showing complete listing] COOPER TRUST, R. A. "'DICK" MADER & ASSOCIATES, AUCTIONEERS Belle ]Foucche, S.D. Ph. eo6/s92. VA Offers Free Phone stadium. I wouldn't be too surprised in a few short years to see a white dome shining over the Laramie plains. We are a fortunate people; the great adventure in de- The Veterans Administra- tion announces a toll-free number in Wyoming for use in getting answers to ques- tions concerning veterans' benefits. The number is 800-442-2761. The toll-free service is aimed primarily at veterans or their dependents who live some distance from a VA mocracy has paid off. Never office and, therefore, find it before have people had so many rights and privileges. We could lose the whole shining system. We don't have to remain a democracy. There are many men and women in high difficult to make a personal visit. Because the service is so popular, veterans should have at hand as much VA - related information about themselves as possible when making a call. Counselors MARCH 10, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 here. We looked at the material and Ogden read a letter sent to us. It was decided to have a lapathon. Mr. Cloutier is going to make up sheets for the sponsors. The policies were discussed again. Copies are going to be made and sent out. Mr. Ericksen - Teacher of "the Month, Jan Linklater - High School Student of the Month, Wayne Wilson - Jr. High Student of the Month. New Business: Different clubs do the bulletin board every 2 weeks. Scheduling: FFA have the bulletin board March 21-25. Junior mother tea, March 16, 1:30-3:00 in the lunchroom. FFA dance, April 1, 8-12, doors close at 9:00. FFA Banquet, May 21, 7:00-9:00, slave sale afterwards. Stu- dent Council meeting, March 9, Wednesday. The meeting was ad- journed. Respectfully submitted, Mac Watts, Secretary places who would like to be can provide faster service kings and queens, lordsand when the veteran' s VA claim Repair ! ladies, with glittering courts number, military serial num- and downtrodden peasants to ber or Social Security num- S UI for do their bidding. And don t ber is provided. you forget it. They d eli- minate democracy if they Mining Claim LkI ITI NN, < could. Antenna Specialist - Hustler, Hy Gain, Turner, It's going to take an a- Meeting Set Winegard, Avanti Base, Breaker, Newtronics. . ; roused, interest populace to prevent this from occurring. We have to take more inter- A public meeting to ex- est do more spe g plan and scuss changes in RADIO S more blood, make the people federal regulations that deal in high places more respon- with recording and filing of Johnson, Browning, Tram, Motorola, Cobra, Hy Gain, sive to us. Either that or we unpatented mining claims New President, Kraco, Xtal, SBE, Royce, Pace, Craig. finished asademocracy, with BLM will be held in are You can put the heat on. A Rapid City Mar. 15 at 1:30 case in point is the attempt p.m. at the South Dakota SCANNERS by an Illinois bank to es- School of Mines, Surbeck tablish an investment fund Center, North Lounge Con- Craig, Bearcat, Johnson, SBE.. for tax-free investment of ference Room. The meeting! # i pension funds in farm crop is being sponsored by the Bureau of Land Manage- land ownership and opera-ment's South Dakota Area Astatic &Turner Mikes, GC Accessories, CDE Rotors, tion. High officials in the Office. / ~2~vIA~F'~ter~? Masts, Craig Stereo Equipment, Noise i government gave their bles- All interested people are sing to the scheme but sowelcome to attend the meet- many members of the public ing. blasted the plan it s now in danger. Without public re- HULETT action, the proposal would STUDENT COUNCIL have gone through long ago. MINU~S " I was talking with a Sun- dance man short weeks ago March 2, 1977 about gun control. He is a law abiding man but he was The meeting was called to outraged at the thought of order by president, Ogden giving up his right,~ ownDriskill. Roll was taken and firearms. He said, They'll the minutes were read and never take min," e, not as long approved. A treasurer s as I'm alive. ' report of $944.47 was given The moon cast a mellow with a $50.00 pep bill. glow all about as I turned for $50.80 was taken out of the home. The mountain shim- pep machine last week .-) RICHARDS (' RICHARDSl'~lrt~l~ CENTER meredinthesilverhazeand OldBusiness: Themus-~'-w-~Bx751 818VistaDr.yoming .Ph. 283.1787 the stars made no answer,cular distrophy material is STEEN'S FEEDS IRRIGATION SALES & SERVICE See us for all your Irrigation and Maintenance needs ! Before you buy-check with us ! 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