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THE SUNDANCE TIMES " An Independent Newspaper Published Every Thursday by the Times Publishing Co. The Times is a legal newspaper for all publications. ' ___~.Owner-Publisher lolru E. Llndsey SU]~SCRIPT~ON RATES Months ,75~ Months ..................................................................................... ,v~'~0 Year (In Crook County) ........................................... .~.'~, Year (P. O. Addresses Outside County) a.uv E~tered at the postoffice at Sundance, Wyoming as second cla~ matter under the act of March 3, 1879. Carlile [r. and Mrs. Ed Manke, Mr. ~Mrs. Chester Clark returned Rapid City, Tuesday Mrs and Mr. Manke were re- ins treatments at hospital. r. j. O. Page returned on rsday from Excelsior Springs Kansas City, Me. He visited and his parents who very ill in the hospital ansas City. Harry Moeller returned Mountain 'Sanatorium Springs last weeR. He has the hospital all winter having his eyes treat- has lost sight in one eye. rs. A1 Schelldorf spent the with her parents, Mr. Gee. Carr. David Roberts had what have been a very bad fire, He was burning When the wind came up it out of control. His were called and fire tinguished just ~bcfore it his pasture. Mae Driskill and son )riskill, Lt. J. G. were guests of Mrs Edna ~id Roberts bought a young bull from the Gee. D. last week. led moved cat- Urday to Prairie Creek. Mrs Ed Blakeman vis- Week with their par: and Mrs. Ed Blakeman her Marvin and family. Hill School has complet- her year of school. Mrs. Griffith, teacher, in- 'ents and friends to a at Pine Ridge church Everyone had a ~able day and a delic- Manke family vis- at Errett Hapton- d Mrs. Chester Clark Sunday to help ark celebrate his birth- Will visit several days before leaving Wyo- Divide Farm Bt~r- at the community hall, April 17th. We were lave Harry and Ruby Keyser of the with us. ore and Willet Keyser Valuable information ~)ing, a topic that is erest in all locals. It secretary write to for further in- n was made and car-ried }rumore in a group of members to go to ~r blood typing be- Uced cost of typing. ~d to roof the hall ril 25, weather per- ies Will furnish lunch as clean up days, etc. ities of a light plant ~d. Chesney RathbUrn" ed to investigate zu - lmisslon to the Farm to 'be given April USSed and agreed on ~aission of 30 cents. 11 be applied to hos- Yser gave a repor~u%n eetlng held in - ~USly in the evening. gave some interesting on the Farvners- Perative Grain Ele- ' Fourche ~r . s of interest were after adjournment lunch and visiting Will ~be at the May 15th. Vis- SCheduled to follow ~o members, please meeting. attended the en- dance at the com- April 24. scheduled were say the least, and gave the crowd much laughter. Musical numbers between plays were furnished by Mr. and Mrs. : Carl Newman, Mrs. Vern Niles and John Campbell, and enjoyed by all. It is certainly true. our com- munity really has some excellent talent, as was portrayed by the group Saturday evening. Our thanks to those who par- ticipated and the crowd who. at- tended, and helped make the possibility of a Crook County Hos- pital a little nearer. Sunday afternoon several turn- ed out for dinner at the hall, the afternoon was spent with the men folks putting aluminum on the roof, the women folks .clean- ing and re-arranging some of the interior. South Sundance "Rural Life Sunday" was ob- served at the Methodist church May 2. The theme ~as "Creating Better Homes Today for a More [Responsible Citizenship Tomor- row". The 4-H Clubs of the coun- ty were well represented and took part in the service. Mrs. R. E. Anderson and daugh- ters, Mrs. Humphrey, and Mrs. Hilton went to Spearfish Monday afternoon of last week. A well rig has been driling on the South Side this past *week. Ewings, Clingans, and Emerson Pickerd's all struck water. A good road is being ~built on Thompson ,Street. A "cat" has been on the job all week. Patty Knapp went to Moskee to spend th~ weekend with Bever- ly Morrisoff. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Soht and daughter, Mary Louise, of Moor- croft were Sundance visitors Thursday. They called on Mrs. Knapp. Evelyn Englehopf spent the weekend at her ranct~ home. Mrs. Knapp kept R. E. Part- low's little son. Ralph, a few days while his parents were in Montana. (Last Week) A college friend of Mrs. Lear's, her husband, and baby, arrived Sunday evening. They had been visiting in ~S. D. and surprised the Lears when they came to see them. FAMILY PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Clair Roadlfer, Mr. and Mrs. Burniss Julius and daughter, Dorothy all of Spear- fish; Grandad and Grandma Road- ifer; 0sa and Nellie Humphrey spent Sunday at Clyde Roadlfers. Nettie's father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. George Humphrey, two sons and a daughter, drove in from Toppenish, Washington, sur- prising them all. A real old- fashioned visit and a delicious dinner was enjoyed by all. --X" Will Boyd, Seely, was a county seat visitor 'Saturday. W. ]L Newland Established 1885 COLONY BUSY BEE'S 4-H CLUB NEWS The Colony Busy ,Bee's held our 4-~rI Club meeting April ~5 at the 'Burke home. Only two members and our leader, Mrs. Harney were pres- ent. One member dropped out, which is .Marie Burke. .X 3IGGER HAPPY "Went over to Bill's house for hi~ghballs last night." "Didja get shot?" "Naw, not even half shot. Bill's too quick on the jigger." $ * $ lames I. Newlami, GOOD CATTLE , REASONABLY PRICED NEWLAND & 80N COLONY, WYOMING t , i i r l i I # In contrast, this small group of railroad union leaders are attempti~.g to flout the intent and spirit o~ the Railway Labor Act, and dictate their own terms. They have dictated a paralyzing railroad strike. You will be the victim! How long will the American public stand for the undemocratic, arbitrary, and abusive use of the right to strike and the disregard of the obligation to provide transportation? How long can the American people permit @ U,qion leaders representing less than one-tenth of railroad employes reject recommendations of President's Emergency board--refuse to , negotiate except on their own terms--threaten to paralyze nation by strike! a few dictatorial union leaders to defy the THE LEADERS of three railroad unions, rep- after hearing evidence for 33 days, madeprocesses pr6vided for peaceful settlement resenting less than one-tenth of all railroad recommendations based on all the facts in of disputes? employees, have called b railroad strike that __.. " p s, ements that are the case The rmlroads have accepted these Force seldom reduce ~ttl would paralyze the nation, recommenaauons, either fair or lasting. Moreover. a point is These leaders refuse to accept a 15b~ cents ,zrL_,_ *_ *-I-------9 often reached when personal interests must an hour wage increase retroactive to Novem- vvno ~ w uamzzc, be held subordinate to the greater public Ler 1, 1947. This increase was recommended Although they deplored so large an extra cost welfare. That is why the railroads have ac- by an impartial Emergency Board appointed burden, the railroads accepted the report of e.epted the Emergency Board recommends- by President Truman. the Board because they felt it was in the pub- trans. T~.t is also why the leaders of these This increase of 15% cents already has been lic interest to uphold the spirit and intent of three umons should reconsider their decision accepted by the 19 other railroad unions. But the Railway Labor Act. to call a paralyzing strike. the Brtherhd f Lcmtive Engineers' i ~ W h '' ' ] the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen, and the Switchmer~'s Union of C0m re these ages wit what you mat . - ~ 1947 AveralN A~I | North America won't accept what more than | Here is a comparison t939 Avor"- . .......... l~arnllqrS with W|IN I 90% of all railroad employes have accepted. | of averal~e annual l'Tpe M emillm iIMml ezr~llz As~al'E~Sa In cmzsesR~z~l] They have called a strike to get more! I earnings or engineers=.~_,u~o ., rr...mz , II~ltl~ I Unions refuse rules discussion ht*ay) ...... $a,.s $e,zs, Se,vem Certain rules changes demanded by "theseI .... Road Passenger 3~a~. ~331 0,o~ I earn~ WOUla nave Road Frai-~t ";~'r"'"': ' ] " - "'~ ....... ~ t'.L~e~ ougn) 3 |4T 4,~2 ~,1@7 onion leaders--which would increase wages ! been ~ me *a~ cenm Yard -' I z 749 4 078 4,740 still further--were recommended by the I per hour increase, of- ..................... I Board. But the union leaders want more--I fered b~ the railroads FIREMEN ] they demand that the railroads put into effect ] and rejected by the R~adoca~reaingdhta .~ ...... $Z,733 $4,721 $15~10 1 ALL the changes they asked for, including [ union leaders, had p Y / those the l~oard felt should be denied. [ been ineffect through- Road ~assenger ......... 2.732 4,84~ S,1T6 [ out the entire year ~oaa zrezgnt ........... 2,069 3,480 3,8~4 | On top of this, they insist that certain rules | 1947. arct .................... 1.962 3,156 8,846 | changes proposed by the railroads be with- j Railroad wages computed from Interstate Commerce Commission Statement M-300 i drawn--in spite of the fact that the Board J recommended them! These union leaders have refused to negotiate exceptupon these arbitrary terms. Greater wage increase not justified Engineers and firemen are among the high- est paid of all employes in America, as figures in the box show. This strike threat doesn't justify giving a greater increase than other railroad workers received. Emergency Boards ~re a means provided by the Railway Labor Act in the public inter- eat to avoid es. The President's Board 10,5 WEST ADAMS STREEY * CHICAGO S. ILLINOIS We are publishing this and other advertisements to talk with you at ~ hand about matters whic]) are important to everybody.