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Sundance Air Force Station Tuesday was presen,ted with the highest award in the Air Defense Command~ Maj. Gen. Thomas McGehee, commander, 10th Air Force, Rich- ards,Gebauer AFB, Mo., present- ed the ADC "A" award to the 731st Radar Squadron. Tax is Sales and use tax collected in Wyoming in ~ay, based on April returns, totaled $1,457,903.70, ac- cording to figures released by the Wyoming Department of Reven- lle. Sales and use tax collected in May on April returns in Crook county totaled $12,372.25. Sun- dance's share of the option tax of one-half of one-percent a- moun,ted to $643.54. Other figures for the county were Moorcroft, $306.28; and Hulett, $98.79. There was a total of 159 paid ,returns from Crook county, aver- aging $77.81 per return, compar- ed to the state average for the month of $153.51. Wyoming had 9510 returns on which tax was collected in May. First Judging In Home Ec Held Sixty-two 4~H members took part in the opening home econ- omics judging held here Satur. day. Results of the judging were: Senior division (possible 300 points) - 1, Patti Larsen, 222; 2. Donna Dorsett, 221; 3. Shirley Du~ee, 217; 4. Mary Ellen Kre. bar, 216; 5. Cathy ~Helmer, 213; and 6. Susan Lants, 211. Junior division (,possible points) - 1. Joyce Grubb, 183; 2. Laurle Jacobson, Diann L~rsen, 181; 3. Lea ~eneh, 178; 4. Becky Kmmmerfeld, IT'/; 5. Becky Dorsett, 174; and 6./ruth Lytle, 172. 03eglnners ~possible 150 points) I. ~ Engellm~iR, 150; ~, Jan- et Cole, Barbara Wagner, Jeanne 'UL~zch, S~tvia Brunson, Debbie Hejde; 4. Christi Ross, Robert Ha{l, Christopher CasteHo, 143; 5. Jill. Dinkins, 142; and 6. W~mda Hejde, 138. Juniors and seniors judged canned peaches, commercial wool skirts and color scheme~ while the beginners judged dry measuring equipment, sewing equipmen~ and snack menus. Next home economics judging will be held at the Hulett school lunchroom June 25 at 9 a.m. Juniors and seniors will judge canned peas, commercial wool s~, color schemes, meal man- agement, wardrobe planning and study lighting. Beginners will judge cookies, equipment for a recipe and apron materials. The "A" award is presented in recogni, tion of outstanding achievements in operating and maintaining the complex elec- tronics systems required by the modern defense network. The 'award has been presented to only one other radar station in the 10th Air Force which cov- ers 11 states and one-fourth of Canada, in the last few years. The 138th AC&W Squadron, Greeley, Colo., received the a- ward .in 1965. revery radar sta- tion in the Air Defense Command competes for the award. Col. Joseph H. Belser, 30th Air Division commander, Sioux City AFB, accompanied Gen. McGe- bee. Lt. Col. Jasper D. DeBruler, Sundance AFS commander, took Gen..McGehee on a tour of the sta- tion after the award ceremony. The tour included a visit to the only nuclear power plant in ADC. A luncheon was ~Iso held with several local businessmen. Leaguers Open Up, Garrett Spins No-Hitter Little League action last week found '~he Cowboys winning twice wi~h Mike Garrett pitching a no. hitter to highlight the week's ac. tion. Garrett held the Mavericks hitless as the Cowboys posted an 8-2 vistory. Randy Fall was the losing pitcher. C~arrett, who fanned 11 and walked 7, 'tossed his masterpiece in the opening league game. Tim Hibbard had two doubles for the Cowboys. E~tra.base blows powered the Cowboys to a 17.5 decision over the Mustangs. Robin Hibbard stopped the Mustangs with seven hits. The Mustangs made eight errors. Bob Sharp took 'the defeat. Mike Garred:t and Robin Hi~ ~hard each homered for the Cow- boys with ~Bob Garrett chipping in with a triple. Scott IIejde and Ken Denzin had doubles for the losers. The Mustangs crashed to their second ~n'alg~ht defeat when the Mavericks.Cropped them 7-4 be- hind Cornella's thre~.hitter. Scott Hejde took the setback. Guy Hudson provided 'the hi't. ring fireworks, clubbing a double, ~iple and home run. Randy Fall, Dave Hudson and Jim ,Echerveria all hit doubles for the Mavericks. Sundance Little Leaguers will play ~vo games at Upton Satur- day. The Peewees ~8-10) will play in the opening game at 2 p.m. with the Midgest (10-12) playing the second game. 'Lecal Little Leaguers and Babe Ruth players are selling tickets on a pair of Wouest binoc. uars to raise funds for uniforms and other equipment. The drawing will be ,held July 24 during the Little League All- Stars and Dads game. A t Story Hour Thirty six children were on hand for the Saturday morning Story Hour at the Crook County library. County Librarian Freda Peterson was in charge of the program. Another Story Hour will be held this Saturday. Mary Kiley, Jn Carlson Among Coun~ Track Winners The n~mes of Mary Kiley and Jean Carlso~ should have been included among the winners dur- ing the recent county track meet. Miss Kiley placed first in the high jump while Miss Carlson placed first in the broad jump, 40-75 and 100-yd. dashes. ass of 1946 to Picnic All Sundance high school grad- uates have been invited to at- tend the picnic at the city park July 3 when the Class of 1946 holds its reunion. The potluck picnic will start at noon. CLASSIFIED WANTED: PASTURE FOR 10 registered Hereford cows, cash or share basis. Ph. 283-2825. It* THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sund~nce, Wyo. June 23, 1966 y 3-5 Two of the top arena acts in the rodeo world will appear daily during the 47th annual ~lack Hills Round-up in Belle Fourche July 3-5. The acts are Glenn Randall and .his Roy Rogers Liberty Hors- es and George ~isler's Austral- ian shepherd dogs. Over 100 nationally ranked R CA cowboys ~ be competing in six events for $7500 in day and event money. Stock will be furnished by Buetler Brothers, Elk City, Okla. Other features will be bull fight- ing clowns Larry McKinney and Jimmy Schumacher. Cy Taillon, Denver, will return as announcer for the ninth time. A Western street parade will be ,held July 4. Selection of a new Miss Rodeo South Dakota will be made on July 5. ington Man Has Hig A Snohomish, Wash. minister has written The Sundance Times expressing his appreciation for the help and friendliness of Sum dance and its residents after his ear struck a deer on 1-90 west of Sundance June 7. The Rev. J. K. French said Meritt Barton and an employee heard ~che crash and came to his rescue. His wife and another woman, who were brought ~ Sundance, were unable 'to obtain a motel room because of the convention, and were finally put up at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Davidson. Ray. French said Gene Snell, who pulled his car in, gave him the use of his ~ickup to travel back and forth. Snell repaired the ear and the Frenches were able to leave the next afternoon. He also said that State ,High- way Patrolman ROn Pulse ~vas also friendly and Church Planned At Pine Church services Sunday at the Pine munity Church by ,W. Cornwall, minister. The pubic I to a~tend the services start at 2 p.m. Hills Ph. Spearfish, S Admission - Children Under Wed., Thurs., F June "HARUM Sun., Mon., June "WHATS NI PU See Us for Sizz 12-Foot, Hay Conditioner, This is in A-1 Condition. Int. Model 161 Self-Prop. 12-Ft. Windrower $1000 John Deere 10-Ft. WINDROWER $1000 Owatonna Model S Windrower 12-Foot $800 Int. 46T Hay Baler Like new $1200 USED FORD PLOW 3-pt. hitch, 3 bottom $4oo JOHN DEERE TRACTOR Model B $350 INTERNATIONAL HARVESTER 5-BOTTOM PULL-TYPE PLOW SSO0