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cations [Cont. fxom Page 1] Recreation Board needed funds. He ,pointed out the city had buc~geted $1000 for the last fiscal year but had not paid it to the board. The council said this was an oversight and it would pay the $1000 to the recreation board. Cecil Hughes and Chuck Main were on hand for the session and funds from the city for the Northern Wyoming Mental Health Center. Hughes pointed out money budgeted by other cities in north- eastern Wyoming for the center. He said Sundance had been giving $1800 a year but didn't give anything last year. He said he would like to see the city budget $1800 for the center during the next fiscal year. The mayor assured Hughes and Main that the council will give every consideration to the request when the council holds its budget hearing. The dog problem also came up for more discussion and the mayor said establishment ef a pound and hiring a dog caW.her will be postponed until warm weather arrives. Council members accepted for publication the Dime Horseshoe Bar's application for renewal of its liquor license. A $10,000 buildLrtg permit was okayed for Jim and Carol Miller to erect a steel building near the veterinary building in east Sun- dance. The building will be used as a honey extracting plant. A special budget meeting was scheduled for March 21 to allow the mayor and the council to work on the 1977-78 budget. Sportsmen interested in hunt- ing wild turkey this spring have until March 23 to submit license applications, according to an an. nouncement by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Landowners have only March 16 to make applications and should apply to their local game warden. Spring turkey season opens on April 2, and a total of 955 licenses are available for four turkey hunt areas which cover much of east- em Wyoming. Only male turkeys may be taken during the spring season. Shooting hours will be from sunrise to sunset and turkeys may be taken with legal shotguns, rifles suing centerfire cartridges, muzzle loading rifles or .22 magnum rifles only. License application forms may be picked up at any of the game and fish district offices and should be mailed to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Li- cense Section, Cheyenne, WY 82002. ranes In en ar Th= hy, March Z0 Wrestling - Sundance at Upton, 6:30 p.m. American Legion, 7:30 p.m., courthouse. Crook County School District No. One board, special meeting, 7:30 p.m., courthouse juryroom. Friday, March 11 Comercial Club, 6:30 p.m., LOg Cabin Care. Square dancing, 8:30 p.m., IOOF Hall, Sundance. An endangered whooping crane has migrated to Colorado's San Luis Valley among a flock of greater sandhiU cranes. Seven of the whooping cranes, foster par- ented by the sandhill cranes, are expected to stop over in Colorado this spring as they make their way back to Idaho where the sandhills cranes nest. Four of these whooping cranes, at almost two years of age, are completely white now except for the red crowns on their heads and black wing tips. Three yearling ' whoopers have lost most of their rusty-colored feathers and appear white. All stand out among the Girls basketball - Midwest at smaller, gray-colored sendhills Sundance, 6:15. p.m. cranes. Each foster whooping Tuesday, March 15 crane wears an identifying leg Girls basketball, Sundance at band. World population of wild Upton, 6:15 p.m. Thumd , March 17 Crook County School District No. One board meeting, 1:30 p.m., Stmdance. Monday, March 21 Crook County Historical Society, 8 p.m., museum art whoopers now numbers 75. Whooping cranes are protected by law under the Endangered Species ACt. A person convicted of willfully shooting one could be willfully shooting one could be fined as much as $20,000 and 'I spend a year in jail. MARCH 1O, 1977 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE i2 rowers Annual meeting of the Crookstarting at 7:30 p.m. County Stockgrowers will be held New officers will be in Sundance March 17. during the session and The meeting will be held in the will also discuss grazing fees courthouse community room hear a legislative report. usiness lu Regular meeting of the Sun- dance Commercial Club will be held Friday st the Log Cabin Care. President Gladys Ware said the ill eet dinner meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. S ions Tickets are now on sale for the Black Hills Area Council Boy Schout Expositions to be held at three locations in the area. The 1977 expositions will open with the Pine Tree District pro- gram starting at 2 p.m. March 26 in the Edgemont National Guard Armory. Penjakame District will host its exposition April 2 at the Central States Fairgrounds in Rapid City and Bear.Butte Dis- trict completes the season with ceremonies opening at 2 p.m. April 16 in the Deadwood Nation- al Guard Armory. Cub packs, scout troops, and explorer units will present "ac- tion" displays of their respective scouting activities. All programs are open to the public. U$ I DUPLICATE BRIDGE In B urglaries Young Race A three-table Howe, move- ment was played by members of ( A suspect in the burglary of two Vc'inners Given 2Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club ( Sundance bars in February 1976 Results in junior events held in Results were Claudis Can" and i is in the county jail here after conjunction with the annual Robert Sharp, first; and a tie for being returned from Jamestown, snowmobile races sponsored by second and third between Chuck ( N.D. by the Crook County Sher- the Bearlodge Snowmobile Asso- Main and Edna Binney and 4 iffs office, clarion Feb. 13 were .announced Buster Popham and Millie Bemd. Sheriff John Peterson said this week. ( Donald Wallace Shepard was In the event for 8 to I0 year olds ' ~ . . .. arrested in Jamestown and re- Monte Miller took first; Cecil tumed here Monday. Jones, second; and Craig Jones, ( The Dime Horseshoe Bar and third. All are from Sundance. 642-4212 Spvm4kh Longhorn Bar were burgled last In the 9 to 13 year old divisionWed. through Sat. 4 year of about $5600 in cash. Roger Bowman, Belle Fourche, Shows: 7 & 9 i took first; David Myers, Sun- IbmmmRk~Ol... School Board dance, second; and Kent Myers, Stmdsnce, third. BECJM/@E ws Will Meet Road Project i ' Con'sideration of teacher con- ( tracts for the1977-78 year will be Is Awarded , held here Thursday during a special meeting of the Crook A road project on Wyoming 24 ( County School District No. One 11tSzi=mHOAX..thleiznEJJ.l ( between Hulett and Aladdin was board. The meeting will be held awarded by the Wyoming High- o,, best-seller by Erich yon Daniken in the courthouse juryroom at ~, ,,,,~,v~,,~,,.,, ~..,~ ( way Commission during a meet- ,,~,,, L~,~ 7:30 p.m. ing in Cheyenne Mar. 3. Sun. through Tues. " ( Regular meeting of the board Contracted for $133,698, the Shows: 7 &9 will be held in Sundance March job was awarded to Delzer Con- "ltO. ~ I, ta'tlbt ..~ 17 at 1:30 p.m.S.D.Stmctinincluded Co., Inc.,in theRapidprojectCitY'is I ~,~ ~ 4 L o c a I P h o t o ' grading, draining, surfacing, ~[T~ :~~~ placing cribbing, installing drain ~7 ~ Lt ~ ( y'; S pipe and other work at three ~ "~~~ D i s pI a e t ]ocations on the road. ' I~ !/l~ ( B 0ys H eld ,r A photography exhibit by local " ( shutterbugs, Dale Ruland and ,, Ralph Johnsen, will befeatured For Thefts at the Crook County Art Gallery START OF OUR for two weeks starting Mar. 14. Two teenage boys have been BOGART FESTIVAL Ruland will have a display of arrested here in connection with Wed. through Sat. scenery and wild flowers while break-ins and thefts, Police Chief One showing 7 p.m. Johnson's will feature pictures of Ron Pulse'said. Cheyenne Frontier Days and He said the boys were arrested"TO HAVE & HAVE NOT" scenery. Friday and will appear before HamphreyBogart The public is invited to visit the Juvenile Judge Paul T. Liamos Jr. Lauren Bacall gallery located in the courthouse on March 15. plus , (( ' basement. Iris open from 9 a.m. Pulse said the boys were ~- "THE BIG SLEEP' ~ to 12 noon and from 1 to 5 p.m. rested for the break-in at Joe s Bogart Monday throughFriday. Repay,, the theft of oil fromSun. through Tues. ~ "THE MALTESE FALCON" ~ Edsel s Auto Care and a battery plus TIMES'CLASSIFIEDS from Reuben Hindman and the "CASABLANCA" Gets Results attempted theft of a battery from 2 Big Bogart Smashes a Tri-County Electric pickup. HIGH SCHOOL EVENTS Thursday, March I0 Wrestling at Lusk, 6:30. Jr. high wrestling, Upton (H), 6:15. Jr. high girls basketball at Gillette, 5:30. Friday, March 11 Wrestling at Lingie-Hunt- ley, (T) 6:00. High school girls basket- ball at Moorcroft, 6:15. Saturday, March 12 High school girls basket- ball, Midwest, (H). Jr. high girls basketball tourney at Sundance. Tuesday, March 15 High school girls basket- ball, Sundance (H), 5:30. Jr. high girls basketball at Moorcroft, 5:30. Thursday, March 17 Jr. high wrestling, Moor- croft, (H), 6:15. Jr. high girls basketball at Upton, 6:16. SHOP AT HOME IT PAYS SHOP AT HOME IT PAYS HC)LLAI D 14': x 18" BALER I" Built to work hard and last Iongl Model 276 has I rr~exte special design features to work hard and give t~ J[~-,aetic years of service. It's a medium-duty baler that I ~ by ] gives extra ,,e,a, pecity for tough crops or custom Z'I~.a baling. We II be happy to demonstrate the Pe~ "276". Call us, _ ]J~ i[~ I Ho,~ AUTOMATIC BALE WAGON IE Takes the backache out of ha0KIling hay E~n'-"'' d bales...and makes more profit in. the bargain. Picks up, loads/hauls and stacks tons a day without help. py Call us for a demonstration/ i 4"= Ir' I Mcln ![. Selec Ph. 283-1355