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The SUNDANCE TIMES CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS SUNDANCE, WYOMING 82729 IN THE BLACK HILLS FIFFEEN CENTS OF WYOMING PER COPY Official Newspaper for Crook Counfy, City of Sundance and U. S. L~md Office ~DAY, ~ 2~, ~Ts Seventy.eeventh Year No. 31 Services Pending , Schooi Election For Harold Wefts Date is Sept. 9 Da~es for the 1975 school dec- ti~ calender were released Fri- -c~ty by Secretary of Sta.te 1~nyra 11m~son. School and communi- que college board elections will be ld Sept. 9. NCrook County School District o One beard mcmbexs whose terms are expiring O~t. 1 are J~hn Maline, Charles Kottraba end Ridm~ D. Bush. School boa~d members who are elected Sept. 9 will take office ~tt 12 noon on Oct. 1. MrsCora~rning voter registratign, Thomson said, "If you're registered, you can't vote. If You voted in the November 1974 general dection ami have not ~oved to a new county, your reg- zstrafion is still in effect. If in do~t about your registration, corttact your county clerk." Here are the da~es for this Year's school election: i July 7 - July 16: Election proc- anmtion published. July 11: First day for candid- ares to file apphcation for elec- tion with their coun~ dexk. July 25: Last day for candid- ates to file with county clerk. July 31: First day to apply to cotmw clerk for absentee ballot. Aug. 9: Last day ,for ~Sw voters to register :co vo~e at the office of ~Jleir cry or com~y cl~rk. Au~. 15:" B~llots to be printed and m ,Ix~sessio~ of the count' clerk. Sept. 9: School election day. Se~.t. 15: Cmmty LcaaT~'ab-~ board certifies eleotion ~suR. Weather June 17 Jumzs June 19 June 20 June 21 Jt~e 22 June 2.3 June total-=2.~L Sept. 19: Last day for candid- ates end political ccxnmittees to file statement d campaign re- ceipts and expenditures one copy with the coumy clerk and one with the Secretaxy of State. Oct. 1: Trustees elected on Sept. 9 take office at 12 noon. tn Stmdam~ Is tlie Rev. Geae Hagermm, wire held his first services 8enday. The new minister mKl his family were welcomed here Sm~lay at a plc- =de in the city park. K gradnale of St. paul,s Scheo/ 61 36 .03 of Theelegy, Km City, Me., here from Nebr~ka where he 74 served m lm~O~ in C~ _r~qA sad 74 .11 associate pastor at Seetl~ble~. 69 44 0 He and his wife, ~ have 76 48 .06 four children - Edward 19, Jenaie 17, Allen 14 and Lerri 13. t~ro. ld Wells St., long,dine Crook county re~idem, died Tues- day a.t the Dorsett Home in Speaxfish where he was a resi- dertt. Funeral servmes are pending b~ will be held in Hulett this week. A complete obituary will ~,ppe~ in next week's issue of The Sundance Times. Plans Underway For Fair Parade Plans are presently being made for the ann~al Crook Coun~ Fair panda in August, according to parade chairmen Cu~ and Linda Moberg. Theme of this year's even~ will be "Ou~ American Heritage." More information on the pa- rade will be released la.t~r b~zt bards from around the area will be invited to participate. Further irfftn~nation may be obtained First Play Day Set For Sunday First plnyday of ~ smnmec will be held a the H~ett arena Sunday by the Crook County Horseman's Ass~iati~. Entries in the events will close at noon wi~ playday action s~ at 1 p.m. In addition, the associa=tion will also elect ~ ~br the com- ing year, Ball and Chain Golf Meet Friday Local men a~d women golfers wiU pair up Friday for a ball aad drain toomamen~ `to be held at Sundance CotnmV C~ub. Twosomes will start ~esing ~ ~,t $ p.m.' with ~eal~ to served ~'t~r'play is c~ple~. This is about how it looked at Devils Tower on July 4, 1893 when William Rogers and Willard Ripley climbed to the top using a ladder and raised the American flag on top of the national monument. Picture above shows the old ladder snaking up the towering rocJ~ wall of Devils Tower,. Staff clim~s at ~ils Tower will reenact the flag raising July 4 as part~ioflthe~i;]~jcentennial celebration. Using the Dur- rance Route, clinibers:~ill scale the monument and fly a large national flag from the fop at noon on July 4. Hospital Doors Will Open Again Closed since February 1974~ )rs to Crook County Memorial Hospita to swing open again July 7. Hospital administrator ~m said Wednesday the July 7 I antic- ipated. ~ He said the hospital is still regis. tered nurse and that nurses to work EPA to Issue . Fish Lab Permit overtime for awhile after the hospital Aides and LPN's are being hired Boom said they are being notified this week~ VanderBoom said everything in shape for the hospital opening difficulty is being experienced r supplies ........ -:.~ . The Envimmnental Pl"o~m Agency said last week it ~IanS to issue a wastewater discharge permit ~o the U S. Dep~--rt~~ of the Interior's fish genetics lab at Beule~h. EPA said the laboratory has made applic~ticn for a waste- w~ter stabilization pond serving five r~siderx:es. The appli~tioa include~ an existing dis~[mr/~. Of treated dOmestic waste ~aich flows to Sand Creek. The federal agency said its staff, in conjunction wi~ the Sta~e of Wyornins, has m.~ten~ taive detenmnatums eft ..t~t limitaffens mzd * coaditaons t( l,I~. EPA said public commes~ on the ma~ter may be made be~e July 13 and sent to ~3e'~, I Regi~ VIII, Eztforceme~. mV~_ eio~,~ ~ Administration St., Denver; d ff - ~he~ysai that no0b- ' are per~, me regtomi EPA a~ator will issue fin- al ~ons m~]~m 60 days after June 13. A pu~ic heO~" g wmtm if responses indicate significant public ir~erest.