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FOR AMERICANS WOUld you think about "Socialism means of government to bring of opportunity Sounds like a Err government, doesn't of opportunity is one ardinal objectives of our @olitical and economic have come nearer this any other nation in his- our system is not "So- It is the opposite to is capitalism. To say means the use of to bring about equali- among citizens" half truth or a slanted statement appeared in edition of Magruder's Government" h i g h It was one of in the widely us- Which provoked criticism Parents and a number of The book's publishers, ]3acon, Inc., fair-mind- all criticisms and of 10 years the book rewritten. The 1955 it has a few defects, textbook proudly pro- advantages of our Political and economic SocialLsm-Commuiflsm text says this "Socialism is of- with communism, followers of Karl refer to themselves as • ' ut socialism is really much older than Marxism. While I is endless. But these things are the socialists believe and preach I only the material evidences of many of the things that the Marx-IAmerica's greatness. ists do, most of them today reject revolution .... The evolutionary socialists believe they can bring about socialism peacefully .... By working within the established framework of the government of their own particular country." The 1946 Magruder text, discuss- ing the principle of personal lib- erty vs. economic security, said, " 'Old personal liberty' permitted you to keep all you make for "us four and no more;'" but the "new civil liberty will free you from un- employment and the pangs of want" --through the assessment of high- er income, inheritance and luxury taxes. This material does not ap- pear in the 1955 edition• Change in Spirit The most wholesome change has been wrought in the underlying spirit of the 1955 textbook. The 1946 text, with its orientation to- ward world government and its failure to adequately emphasize the advantages of the private en- terprise economic system, would hardly engender patriotism or in- spire enthusiasm for our basic eco- nomic principles. On the other hand the 1955 edition breathes a spirit of heart-warming love of country and appreciation of our "We are a great nation and a great people today because we have carried forward the spirit of the Declaration of Independence; we have maintained what is truly 'a government of the people, by the people, for the people.' . . . In the United States, we have indirect or representative democracy -- a ] democracy in a republic." [ "Liberty conceives that the mind i and the spirit of men can be free[ only if the individual is free to choose his own calling, to develop his talents, to win and to keep a I home sacred from intrusion, to! rear children in an orderly society. It holds that man must be free to earn, to spend, to save, and to acl cumulate property that may give protection and security to himself and to his loved ones." "Patriotism can be •aroused by patriotic teachers, editors, radio news interpreters, film producers, and Government propaganda; but patriotism whose roots grow deep- est comes from a just government that fosters equal opportunities for all .... Such a government is our own .... Thus it is our privilege as well as our duty to love our country, support its Constitution, ELECTION PROCLAMATION Whereas it is necessary that in election be held for the purpose of electing a mayor for the term of two years, two councilmen for a term of four years each, for the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyo ruing. I therefore by virtue of the power vested in me as Mayor of the Town of the City of Sundance Wyoming do hereby proclaim that an election will be held in the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyoming in the Town Hail on the second Tuesday in May, 1955, which is the 10th day of May, 1955, between the hours of 9 o'clock A.M. and 7 o'clock P.M. of the said THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 day and date for the purpose of electing a mayor for the term of two years, and two councilmen for terms of four years each for the said town of the City of Sundance, Wyoming. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming this 4th day of April, 1955. C. D. Roberts, Mayor Attest: Marion Thompson, Clerk. April 14-21-28 ANNUAL MEETING Bear Lodge Livestock Association FRIDAY, APRIL 29 at Sundance Ranger Station great economic system, obey its laws, respect its flag, and Sundance, Wyo'. defend it against all enemies" Here, from the opening chapter of the 1955 Magruder's "American ..... Government," is the kind of text-[ Adding Machine Paper. Times. Meeting Opens 1:30 p.m. book writing which most of Amer- ica's teachers have been serching I Copy Paper at The Times .I. ............................. ::--'-' for, and for which the parents of l-i .......  ,,.-..:...---- =-.=: =: '/ America can be grateful: I ................ Proudly We ail! ]   ' "Our's is a nation with the high-' I A  est standard of living ever known     to man "'" . .." • • " ::'::i::!:: easy to see the material things J I| L •  | • . • i :,:: that make it so. automobiles, sky-  |  scrapers, radios, busy factories, air- ]  - ----i i!iii iiiii i i!::iii@::ii:   _ planes, mighty dams, electric  .. ---- " lights, and fertile farms; the list    Advanced Custom Made HAVOLINE SPECIAL 10W-30 '.. The All-Temperature Motor Oil ". Proved Best for Your Car _ If you car has higher horsepower - if you drive ]0qre temperatures change fast, Havoline Special Ib i 30 is your wise choice. Its range gives flash l zeation for cold starts. When its warmer, it t0body for continual protection with less oil Uaptlon or better gas mileage... More engine zip All temperature protection... CHANGE T O HAVOLINE SPECIAL 10W-30 Sundance Texaco : Service Pom and Dick, Sundanee, Wyo. Spring" is cleanup time and that's what we intend :_gdg i to do at the Model Grocery. We have on hand numerous items of GOOD merchandise that will not be stocked in the future; so to make room for different brands, we offer them to you at bargain IIWI IrI prices. Check these sample bargains howl , YAM CHIPS..• Reg. 29˘.. Now 19€ " I))I wmn / i Py'0-My Reg. 39c Pudding Cake Mix... ..... Now 19€ i 1 lb. , Reg. 55c , , Circus Animal Cookies... Now 29˘ ....... 1//2 Box Fancy Delicious Apples ... Reg. $2.60.. . NOW $2.19 I Dromedary Fruit Cake Mix ' .'... Reg. 79˘... NOW 49˘ I\\; Leather Gloves, Lineman's . Reg. $3.95.. NOW $2.95 5 lbs. Home Lawn Grass Seed ..... Reg. $2.20... NOW $1.00 FATIMA CIGARETTES .... Herbert Tareyton Cigalettes. i Reg. $1.99 Carton.. NOW $1.50 Reg. $1.99 Carton.. NOW $1.50 Glamorene Rug Cleaner•... Reg. $1.39... NOW $ .89 I STOCK SPRAY, Gal. Can.... Reg. $2..95.. NOW $1.95 I Rinso Soap or Lux Flakes.. Reg. 32˘.. NOW 4 for $1.00 I u I |11 I Lifebuoy Hand Soap..... Reg. 10€... NOW 3 for 20˘ I I We carry a complete line of Fuller Brush household merchandise and ' Debutante cosmetics. I IIII I III I I iiii i Ladies, Come In and Register by April 30 You may wn an ator with perfume $12.00 value); nothing to buy. Register by April 30. Free door prizes April 30. I i i Model Grocery Bill Hughes, Owner Phone 16 II IlJ WE DELIV]ER 8undanee, Wyo. FOR AMERICANS WOUld you think about "Socialism means of government to bring of opportunity Sounds like a Err government, doesn't of opportunity is one ardinal objectives of our @olitical and economic have come nearer this any other nation in his- our system is not "So- It is the opposite to is capitalism. To say means the use of to bring about equali- among citizens" half truth or a slanted statement appeared in edition of Magruder's Government" h i g h It was one of in the widely us- Which provoked criticism Parents and a number of The book's publishers, ]3acon, Inc., fair-mind- all criticisms and of 10 years the book rewritten. The 1955 it has a few defects, textbook proudly pro- advantages of our Political and economic SocialLsm-Commuiflsm text says this "Socialism is of- with communism, followers of Karl refer to themselves as • ' ut socialism is really much older than Marxism. While I is endless. But these things are the socialists believe and preach I only the material evidences of many of the things that the Marx-IAmerica's greatness. ists do, most of them today reject revolution .... The evolutionary socialists believe they can bring about socialism peacefully .... By working within the established framework of the government of their own particular country." The 1946 Magruder text, discuss- ing the principle of personal lib- erty vs. economic security, said, " 'Old personal liberty' permitted you to keep all you make for "us four and no more;'" but the "new civil liberty will free you from un- employment and the pangs of want" --through the assessment of high- er income, inheritance and luxury taxes. This material does not ap- pear in the 1955 edition• Change in Spirit The most wholesome change has been wrought in the underlying spirit of the 1955 textbook. The 1946 text, with its orientation to- ward world government and its failure to adequately emphasize the advantages of the private en- terprise economic system, would hardly engender patriotism or in- spire enthusiasm for our basic eco- nomic principles. On the other hand the 1955 edition breathes a spirit of heart-warming love of country and appreciation of our "We are a great nation and a great people today because we have carried forward the spirit of the Declaration of Independence; we have maintained what is truly 'a government of the people, by the people, for the people.' . . . In the United States, we have indirect or representative democracy -- a ] democracy in a republic." [ "Liberty conceives that the mind i and the spirit of men can be free[ only if the individual is free to choose his own calling, to develop his talents, to win and to keep a I home sacred from intrusion, to! rear children in an orderly society. It holds that man must be free to earn, to spend, to save, and to acl cumulate property that may give protection and security to himself and to his loved ones." "Patriotism can be •aroused by patriotic teachers, editors, radio news interpreters, film producers, and Government propaganda; but patriotism whose roots grow deep- est comes from a just government that fosters equal opportunities for all .... Such a government is our own .... Thus it is our privilege as well as our duty to love our country, support its Constitution, ELECTION PROCLAMATION Whereas it is necessary that in election be held for the purpose of electing a mayor for the term of two years, two councilmen for a term of four years each, for the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyo ruing. I therefore by virtue of the power vested in me as Mayor of the Town of the City of Sundance Wyoming do hereby proclaim that an election will be held in the Town of the City of Sundance, Wyoming in the Town Hail on the second Tuesday in May, 1955, which is the 10th day of May, 1955, between the hours of 9 o'clock A.M. and 7 o'clock P.M. of the said THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. April 21, 1955 day and date for the purpose of electing a mayor for the term of two years, and two councilmen for terms of four years each for the said town of the City of Sundance, Wyoming. Dated at Sundance, Wyoming this 4th day of April, 1955. C. D. Roberts, Mayor Attest: Marion Thompson, Clerk. April 14-21-28 ANNUAL MEETING Bear Lodge Livestock Association FRIDAY, APRIL 29 at Sundance Ranger Station great economic system, obey its laws, respect its flag, and Sundance, Wyo'. defend it against all enemies" Here, from the opening chapter of the 1955 Magruder's "American ..... Government," is the kind of text-[ Adding Machine Paper. Times. Meeting Opens 1:30 p.m. book writing which most of Amer- ica's teachers have been serching I Copy Paper at The Times .I. ............................. ::--'-' for, and for which the parents of l-i .......  ,,.-..:...---- =-.=: =: '/ America can be grateful: I ................ Proudly We ail! ]   ' "Our's is a nation with the high-' I A  est standard of living ever known     to man "'" . .." • • " ::'::i::!:: easy to see the material things J I| L •  | • . • i :,:: that make it so. automobiles, sky-  |  scrapers, radios, busy factories, air- ]  - ----i i!iii iiiii i i!::iii@::ii:   _ planes, mighty dams, electric  .. ---- " lights, and fertile farms; the list    Advanced Custom Made HAVOLINE SPECIAL 10W-30 '.. The All-Temperature Motor Oil ". Proved Best for Your Car _ If you car has higher horsepower - if you drive ]0qre temperatures change fast, Havoline Special Ib i 30 is your wise choice. Its range gives flash l zeation for cold starts. When its warmer, it t0body for continual protection with less oil Uaptlon or better gas mileage... More engine zip All temperature protection... CHANGE T O HAVOLINE SPECIAL 10W-30 Sundance Texaco : Service Pom and Dick, Sundanee, Wyo. Spring" is cleanup time and that's what we intend :_gdg i to do at the Model Grocery. We have on hand numerous items of GOOD merchandise that will not be stocked in the future; so to make room for different brands, we offer them to you at bargain IIWI IrI prices. Check these sample bargains howl , YAM CHIPS..• Reg. 29˘.. Now 19€ " I))I wmn / i Py'0-My Reg. 39c Pudding Cake Mix... ..... Now 19€ i 1 lb. , Reg. 55c , , Circus Animal Cookies... Now 29˘ ....... 1//2 Box Fancy Delicious Apples ... Reg. $2.60.. . NOW $2.19 I Dromedary Fruit Cake Mix ' .'... Reg. 79˘... NOW 49˘ I\\; Leather Gloves, Lineman's . Reg. $3.95.. NOW $2.95 5 lbs. Home Lawn Grass Seed ..... Reg. $2.20... NOW $1.00 FATIMA CIGARETTES .... Herbert Tareyton Cigalettes. i Reg. $1.99 Carton.. NOW $1.50 Reg. $1.99 Carton.. NOW $1.50 Glamorene Rug Cleaner•... Reg. $1.39... NOW $ .89 I STOCK SPRAY, Gal. Can.... Reg. $2..95.. NOW $1.95 I Rinso Soap or Lux Flakes.. Reg. 32˘.. NOW 4 for $1.00 I u I |11 I Lifebuoy Hand Soap..... Reg. 10€... NOW 3 for 20˘ I I We carry a complete line of Fuller Brush household merchandise and ' Debutante cosmetics. I IIII I III I I iiii i Ladies, Come In and Register by April 30 You may wn an ator with perfume $12.00 value); nothing to buy. Register by April 30. Free door prizes April 30. I i i Model Grocery Bill Hughes, Owner Phone 16 II IlJ WE DELIV]ER 8undanee, Wyo.