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May 9, 1974

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. Blue.eyed Jan Brosa, a student at Moorcroff High School, t~ the first contestant to enter this year's Miss Rodeo Crook County tDVent. Jan, who has brown hair and stands 5 ft. 3 in. tall, li,,es on bee father's ranch north of Moorcroft. Co~ Last October, she was the first place winner in the Crook ,L" nty Make-It-Yourself-With-Wool contest and placed eighth at ,-e state level She plans to attend junior college at Torrington after graduation. At Moorcroft High School, Jan has been active in cheerlead- ing, student council, class plays, band, chorus and girls' athletics and also was a member of various school clubs. fl . The new Miss Rodeo Crook County will be crowned at the Ulett Rodeo June 9. Garman Seeking Re-Electi0n Ommfissiuner Neal Sun&race, said this m a letter to The Sundance that he will he a candulate ~ was to his first term as corm- in 1970. He car- ~'ves as cimirman o~ the i~ his letter, Gaz~an said, "It is with strong conviction I feel my experience during the past 31/2 years as commissioner, berg closdy assoc~ted with all busi- ness of this office and matters of conceca to the cmmty, and in view of pertin~t fumm mat- tees pertaining, to the interest bf our county and otr pe~le, I can will be ~ble to serve with greater effidea~ ff to.looted." The SUNDANCE TIMES CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY .NEWS |UNDANCE, WYOMING 82729 IN THE BLACK HILLS FIFTEEN CEN'I~ OF WYOMING ' PER COPY |11 iiii i Officitl NewSl~per for Crcmk County, City of Sundance and U. S. L~n~ll Offi{I Seventy-sixth Year No. 19 THURSDAY, MAY 9,,.1974 , Sand Creek Tour Scheduled The Sand Creek Subttrdt Plan- ning Area will he covered during a public tour May 18, Spearfish District Ranger Richard Cook said this week. Cook said the tour will start at 12:30 p.m. from the fish genetics lab on Sand Creek. Tour par- ticipants are asked to furnish their own transportatio~ The Sand Creek sulmnit con-. Court Decision Made in Local Damage Action Judge Paul T. LLamos Jr. short- ly before noon Wednesday hand- ed down ~ decision in the Von- drlska-Roberts C.ocmtru~tion Co. damage suit involving local resi- dents and a local firm which s~ in district cou~ here Mon- day afternoon. Judge Liamos ruled: i. That Roberts Construc~ien remove its gravel stockpile and equipment from land not covered by an agreem~ by June 7. 2. An auditor would inspect the books of the defendant, Roberts Con~ Co. 3. That $9}0 in punitive dam- ages be awarded to cite Vendris- kas for destruction of a gate and that Vondriskas atso receive $2S in dust damages. ' 4, Tlmt Roberts Construction Co. install a new gate by June Barrett, Jones Enter "'the(PartYha~Thatw°uldroadfilehaveCenstrucfionandaCCesSthe tocanyOncOm'bOth road. Race for Governor training and experience has been in helping people, solving people problem; a~d secondly, I be. ]Jove I can .win." Jones resigned his state senate seat April 10 - prior to the Su- preme Court ~ clearing up the question of whether he and two other state legislators could legally run. Prior to his resignation, Jones served in the legis" la~re since b/s election to the House in 1954. He has been' inz the trucking busi- ness since 1931: He said, "I have art intense irtterest in the state of Wyorning and its furore. That's why I'm ttmaing for governor.,' He said following the admiuis- tra~on of Gov. Stan Hathaway will not be an easy job, but "I believe that with my knowledge of Wyomiug's total needs, its as- sets and its government, I am qualified to fulfill the obliga- tions and make the necessary de- SNOWMOBILE GROUP WILL CLEAN ROAD 6. That court costs would be borne equagy. In the suit, Gilbert G. and Rhea K. Vondriska filed a $100,000 • danmge suit against Roberts Con- struction Co. and later amended their complm~ to name Lloyd H. and Blanche Cole, Sheridan, for- merly of Sundance as co-defend- antS. On July 2S, 1973, 22 days later, the cormtrnotion firm filed a coumerclaim asking $3S0,000 in d~_rnages. JUNE 16 DATE FOR ANNUAL 4-H RURAL LIFE SUNDAY, June I6 has been selected as the date for the annual Rural Life Sunday program, which will be hdd at the lower picnic grounds at Devils Tower National Munu- merit. The program, open to the pub- lic, is spensored by the Crook County 4-H Council. Additional program details will be announc- ed later. ~Aa cleanup day has been plan- • cisions as gov~nor." i'~ ~'uiay, May 19 by the Bear S wm°hile A °cia TW M G d ~' m ,_e~be~ meeting at the as- • • west of O 1 I11" EIr en ~'~e. starUn~ at 1 p.m. " "~l~-~°t~theass°ciati°nwill W r k h R d; d ~.~.n the Warren Peak road dur- p O S O S ea e ~mse more people are rotor- The MooruroR wo~a~hop will UISTRICT LIVESTOCK csted in planting garden~ this be held at the high school May year due to rising food costs, a 13 at 7:~0 p.m. while the Sun- JUDGING SATURDAY n~ini-gardm workshop has been dance evmt will be held in the p1ammd in Crook co~ty, accord- mg to Extension agents BRrb~a Schoenthaler and Warren Ferrell. The agents said the mim'-gar- den workshops will he held at Moo~rdt and Sundance to assist new gardeners as well as exper- ienced ones. The tmbiic=,~ is invit- ed to ~ and bring problems and quesUens related to garden- ing. sistS d 18#00 acres in the Black Hills National Forint. R includes Sand Creek, Dugout Gulch, Hos- pital Gulch, She~ Gulch and Boundary Gulch &alnages just west of ~ Wyoming - South Da- kota line. Cook said the purpose of the tour is to obtain axtditiona~ imb- lic views on management alter. courthouse juryroom May 14 starting at 1:30 p.m. The program sch_~e will in: clude nutrition, budgeting ano family project by County Home Economist Barbara Schoenthhler. County Agent Win'ten Ferrell will present soft, water, fertiliz- ers, varietiesm cultural Factices Prod insect and weed control. n~tives for the area. He said the public's ideas, knowledge and suggestions are needed to devel- o9 management goals for the area. staff members will on ehe tour to disctms su~e~tions and commems made by tour par- ticipe~ county ~H livestock have been invited to par- ~t P~e in ~e ~stfict judging ..ty Agem Warren Ferrell ~. me K~dging will be held at Beef Improvement Assess- station starting at 10 a.m. needing rides are ask- the coumy Exten- Mayor Picks Councilmen Mayor Ray ]~.Jazu~, the meeting of the Sundance CRy Omncil Monday nigitt, named C~larles Jones ami Larry M~ Laughlin as councilme~ filling vacancies left by the resignation c~ two cota~l members. McLaughlin replaces Don Cave, who resigned April 22 because of his health. Cave's term expires in 1977. Jones, who will serve until 1975, fills the vacancy mused by the l'~igl'l~tiOIl Of Glen Wyatt last month. Wyatt resigned bemuse he is moving outside the city lirnSts. \ In other aotion, the mayor named The Sundance Times as the officiat newspaper for the city and Sundance State Bank as the offidal deposi, tocy. Committee assignments were a!so annouced by the mayor, who named councilmen to various commi~ees. SeW~vmg on the groups will be Floyd Cart" and Curt Moherg, street and alley; Jones, Mc~ Carr sanita- tion; Jones and McLaughlin, pub- lic safety and Jones and Moberg, parks and cemetery. During the meeting, the cmmcit considered a few problems brought up at the meeting. Street Problem Council members gave some atte~rtion ,to a problem invlov- ing Park Avenue where Junior Gerha~ has property and where he wants to build a house. (~ un Last Page, See. I) an~Pproximately 2~ junked cars trucks went to their deaths like this ode during car crushing operations at Gene's Auto Parts, Sundance. Operations were carried out by Wuggoners, Livingston, Mont., who have tl=ree ear mash- " ers operating in the Rocky Moan- taln area. Here a leader prepares to lift a ear into the lgx7½ ft. com- l~nent of the crusher, Over a ilien pounds of pressure wu exerted by the crasher. Cars owned by Gene's Ante Parts, the Oty of Sundance and others went through the crusher. Ge~e Snell said only the wheels and gas :tanks had to be removed but that the frames and engines were also taken ,from Ms ear& Other cars were completely crushed. Each one of the~ flattened bundles relmmm~m ~m utomobfle after it went tlmmgh the Wug- goner csr crmdmr which operated here utm to crash a complete car and approximately 250 ears wunt thnm#i the machin~ ~ it wss here. Nine semi loads of ermbed ca=s, each containing about 23 ca~ were sent to a adeage shredding plant where the VarioM parts are separated.