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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES MAY 29, 1997 - , . 0 ESS : iii!iii!i!iiASSOiC! TtONiiiiili!iiiiii!iii iiiiiiiiiilEiliiiii!i , !i!!ii iiii!!iiii!i!ii ii!ii iii iiiiiii i i i i i i i ii i!i i! iiiiiiiiiii g6i!i MEMBER! i i i !! !!ii ii ii !i i iiiii! ! ii THE SUNDANCE TIMES # 311 Main, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, WY 82729 Telephone 307-283-3411 " @ Continuing The Crook County News $ Publication #USPC 526-720 Periodicals Postage Paid at Sundance,Wyomlng 82729 Entered as Periodicals in the 0 Post Omce at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications 0 Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 @ Fax: 307-283-3332 @ Published Every Thursday by t THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Donna Allen, Publisher Deanna Ericsson, Office Manager # NOTE: If changing address, please include former # address. Also give zip code, box or street address. # POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Sundance @ 0 Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729 8UBSC ON RATES To P.O. Addresses In Sundance, Crook, Weston and Campbell counties, Wyo., and Butte and Lawrence counties, S.D. and Carter county, Mont., $15.00 per year. To all other addresses except overseas, $17.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months - $9.50 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAI' SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE DEADLINE: 5 P.M. 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Cubln requests (R-OH) Chairman of the Subcom- mittee on Interior Appropriations, increase in Cubin requested an increase of P ILT funding ,1o.5 million over last year's level of $113 million for the nation's Rep. l$arOara t uoin (R-WY} said 1.789 public land counties. recently that a Clinton Admints- 'These funds are used for vital tration budget proposal to strip public services such as fireflghting. 10% of the Payment In Lieu of health care. law enforcement, and Taxes (PILTJ funding for Counties education," said Cubin. "Even that contain public land adds in- though PILT funds do not fully sulttoinJuryandlsanotherslapln compensate counties for revenue the face to Western States. lost on federally owned land within Rep. Cubin announced that she their borders, it is vital to provide has requested a nearly 10 percent some equity for the services public increase In PILT funds for public land counties provide to their land counties. In calling for the residents and visitors each year. boost in payments, Rep. Cubin The PILT program also accom- said counties in the rural West, plishesanotherveryimportantgoal including all 23 Wyoming coun- -- it takes spending power out of ties, relyvery heavily on PlLTfunds Washington and puts It back in the for budget planning purposes, hands of local residents." PILT payments are monies given Cubin said she would venture to to counties to compensate them guess that the so-called "high pri- for tax revenue lost through the ority" is funding for the Escalante federal ownership of land in each Monument in Utah -- a deslgna- state. States and counties cannot tion that the Utah delegation has tax federal land. In a letter to Rep. Ralph Regula strenuously opposed. I l i PrayerUme - 9:30 a.m. CHURCHES First Baptist Chur~ lOth and Cleveland Pastor Nathan McNally Worshlpt/me - 10:30 a.m. Church of Christ 123 Edna Min/ster - Marvin Massey Bible Study - I 0:00 a.m. Worsh/p - I 1:00 a.m. Evening Worship 6:00 p.m. Wednesday Night Bible Study - 6:00 p.m, Chapel of Faith I16S. 3rd Pastor R/chard Davls Sunday School - 9:30 a.m. Worship - 10:30 a.m. Wednesday 8:00 p.m. Royal Rangers for boys and Mlsslonettes for girls. - 6:30 p.m.- Worship Service United Metbodlst Church 3rd and Ryan Pastor Scott Daniels 9:30 a.m. Handicap accessible. Worship Mt. Calvary Lutheran Church 4th and Ryan Pastor Richard Keuck -8:45 a.m. Sunday School - I0:00 a.m. Weslelnm Church Bud E. Baty West Highway 14 Sunday School - 9:30 a.m.: Morning Worship Bible study - 7:00 p.m. - 10:30 a.m., Wednesday Church of the Good Shepherd M/ssion-Episcol~d Rev. Ben Wright 602 Main Adult Sunday School 8:30 a.m.; Sunday Worship & Youth Sunday School 9:30 a.m.; Thursday Eucharist/Healing 5:30 p.m. Contact Senior Warden, Rose Zella Proctor, 283-3895, or Junior Warden Harold Bernd, 283-3378 for more ~Information. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Lee Street Sacrament Meeting - 9:00 a.m. Sunday School - I0:00 a.m. Priesthood MeetLng and Rellef Soclety - I I:00 a.m. Sabbath School Seventh-Day Adventist Church Thompson and 4th Pastor Paul Verclo Ph. 1-307-682-8268 2:00 p.m., Worship Service 3:00 p.m. St, Paul's Cathol/c Church 805 Oak, Sundance Sister Frances Schaf, O.S.U. Ph. 283-2383 Sunday Mass - 10:30 a.m. Crook County Nutting Home Church services are held at I0:00 a.m. each Friday, turns holdLng services. Ill l Local ministers take Aladdin Homemakers make plans for Aladdin Days The Aladdin Homemakers met May21 at 1:30 p.m. at theAladdln Community Hall with Joan Craig hostess. The speaker was Marlene Simons, State Representing, giving the latest on school finance. Plans for Aladdin Days July 27 at the Aladdin picnic grounds were reviewed. This year those honored wll! be those who have an Aladdin address, had an Aladdin address when they were born and are over 50 years old. The name "Living Legends" was chosen to honor this group. #t The blke rodeo sponsored by the Sundance Police Department was The picnic will start at 12 p.m. held on Saturday, May 17. There were 26 children who participated, and the program at I p.m. The Pictured above are the winners of prizes. They are Paul Johanneoen - seat pack; Taylor King - water bottle; Nicole 8noozy - llght and park is J st south of the Aladdin horn combination; Abbey Carter-blke flag; Sarsh Yeadon - bike i ii nag, Dugan Hughes - waterbottle; Chefle Forget - bike lock; Carson King - bike pump; Vincient Gro i - hat; Carl Johannesen - bike reflector; and Kyle Newell won the Huffy 10-speed bike. The Police Department extendo their thanks to everyone who came and they hope the kids had fun. , G&F urges caution bear is asked to call 'the nearest :: G&F office or Bruscino at (800) to antler hunters 654-7862. Antler hunters startled grizzly Nutrition program bears in two separate Incidents this month in the Cody area. AI- eligibility changed though the men escaped serious injury, It still has the Wyoming The Special Supplemental Nutrl- Game and FIsh Department urging tion Program for Women, Infants the growing number of antler and Children (WIC) raised the in- hunters to delay their search for come eligibility celling effective May deer and elk racks in western 1, making theprogramavailableto Wyoming until June. more women and young children. '%Vhen grizzlies come out of the A family of four with an annual den, the first thing they look for is gross income up to $29,693 would winter-killed elk, deer and other quallfyflnanciallyfortheprogram. ungulates," said Mark Bruscino, Services are provided to pregnant G&F bear management officer, andbreast-feedingwomen and new 'That puts antler hunters in the mothers with a baby less than six same location as feeding bears and months old, as well as to children makes a dangerous situation." from birth to age five, whose health On April I, a man watching blg- is threatened by both low income horn sheep and collecting antlers and nutritional need. Participants receive nutritious near the upper GreybullRlverwest foods to supplement their diets, of Meeteetse surprised a grizzly suchas milk, cheese, eggs, peanut bear as it was eating an elk car- cass. The man immediately fled butter, frultJulce, infant and adult and the grizzly followed. The man cereals, and infant formula. They fell and the bear stood of him, bit also receive information on good heath and nutrition. There is no his backpack, snorted and wan- charge for participation. dered off without mauling him. Two antler hunters on Table Residents of Crook County in- Mountain west of Cody. startled a terested in learning if they are ell- grizzly bear April 14. The grizzly gible are encouraged to schedule treed one may. Bruscino is still an appointment at their local WIC investigating the incident, clinic, 307-283- 1142. WlC is a federally funded, equal Although the men escaped seri- opportunity program. ous injury in both incidents, the encounters stillemphasize the need Eco n o mic for antler hunters to use utmost caution, according to Bruscino. development sets He is convinced the safest option conferenco call for antler hunters and other recreationlsts is to stay off deer The Economlc Development and and elk winter range in the Cody, Stabilization Board will host a Dubois and Jackson areas until at conference call Friday, May 30 at 9 least early May. That is when most a.m. The board will discuss Com- bears will have switched their diet munity Development Block Grant to grass and moved offdeer and elk rules, community development winter ranges, block grants, challenge loan ap- Even in May, he suggests antler plications, small grants and hunters carry pepper-based "bear director's reports. spray." make noise when walking Board members serve in an ad- and have someone assigned to do visory capacity to the Division of nothing but scan the area ahead. Economic and Community Devel- "Although there is a growing opmenL Wyoming Department of market the shed antlers, people Commerce. A board member from need to realize the danger is sur- Crook County Is Jimmy Neiman, prising a hungry bear Just out of Hulett. hibernation," Brusclno said. "A For more details about the con- grizzly defending its food can be an ference call, or to participate, call aggressive animal." the Division of Economic and Male bears begin emerging from Community Development, Wyo- hibernation in mid-March and re- mlng Department of Commerce at males and cubs follow in April. 307-777-7285. Anyone encountering a grizzly Dear Editor Since July 4. 1960, Devils Tower VFW Post 4311 has flown, stored, and maintained the American flag for businesses and organizations on several of the "flag days" each year. From 34 participants in 1960 our program has expanded so that we now fly 85 American flags on those days, WEATHER PERMITTING. Since its inception our program has had very few rejections and several patrons have donated more than their yearly fee to our organization. There are many people who fly their own flags. We have absolutely no objection to that. We do however object to the condition into which some of these "private" flags have been allowed to deteriorate. On our first "flag day" of 1997, Armed Forces Day, May 17, we could not help but notice the condition of some of the flying flags. Several people have pointed out that they have noticed too. A faded, tattered, or torn flag should not be flown. Quoting from Public Law 94:344, 94th Congress, Section 4: 'The flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem for display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning." And from Section 2 of that law"----the flag may be displayed twenty-four hours a day ff properly illuminated during the hours of darkness.", and "the flag should not be displayed on days when the weather is inclement except when an all weather flag is dlsplayed." VFW Post 4311 makes flags available to anyone, at no profit. We have 3x5 nylon U.S. flags on hand. Members of our flag program have their flags replaced by Post 4311, free of charge, as a part of the maintenance agreement included in the initial sign-up fee. If you see a flag that you feel Is a disrespectful tribute to our country, tell the displayer, personally, of your concern. We feel certain that most times they will agree and change it out. Sincerely, Harold Bernd, Quartermaster Devils Tower VFW Post 4311 Sundance, Wyoming 82729-0001 To Whom it May Concern, This is to let the one who has been stealing from my son's grave know that, once again I have replaced his birds and ornaments. The birds that were on his grave for many years had a very special meaning - the clear crystal stubby baby bird was his last birthday gift to me. The China blue bird was the last gift: I gave him before he was killed. It is hard to believe that someone can stoop this low as to be a grave robber. Genevieve J. Redfield Mother of Gary l edfleld Store. Up to date contacted Marchant, Walt Bunney, Antonette aret Moline, Terry and Mike King Wolff. The3 asking them to write tory of their lives and interesting things that l pened in their lives. be presented with a Histories and stories sent to the Aladdin byJuly I. call Rub) Margaret Moline After the meeting stopped at the congratulate Cind wining Mrs. May If. Wyatt Webster P .rson is shown above on the lap Kari Pearson, as she reads. This is part of the Books program sponsored by the Aladdin Homemakers Club. G&F summary maps are available Summary maps showing big game hunt areas on one side and com- plete season dates and license quotas on the reverse side have now been distributed to Game and Fish offices and license selling agents statewide. Separate maps show deer, elk and antelope regu- lations. The summary maps are useful for hunters when applying for limited quota deer. elk and ante- lope licenses, because they show official regulations rather than only the tentative opening dates shown In the application booklets that were printed many months before the official seasons were adopted. Don't forget that the application deadline is May 31 this year. The G&Fencourages applicants to mail early to help ensure delivery before the deadline. Motor vehicle report Motor vehicle volumes increased on rural highways but saw a de- crease on urban roadways in Wyoming during April 1997, ac- cording to the Wyoming Depart- traffic counter report.. Overall, traffic on rural. increased four percent, ban highways and a decrease of one Traffic on 1-90 Count) 1997 from a drop of I 0%, east registered 8%. showed a lack of past four months Although the act at the Uons they do trend of traffic. CITY CouRT Adam E. Miller, Careless Driving, Brenda McCamlsh, WY, Public DrunkennesS, Jaelene Materi, Failed to Yield, $50.00. Rose Marie Scott, Speedlng "41/20 $77.00. TIMES WANT DO GET COW POKES By Ace Rei / / ~Ac~ "1 don't see nothin' wrong with tyin' two his feet up. He's still got as many usable as I have." If you're TIED UP and can't get to the rely on us for BANK-BY-MAIL and BY-PHONE SERVICES! We make BANKING EASIER FOR YOU! W'eh dmpositor r ho't100.O00" ,ioll*t ~4~O~l ,,.$ut.2,1 eqe~0~A.0~ Phone 283.1074