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PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JUNE 28, 1979 6olden Age Reporl A meeting was held Thursday relative to the pre- paration of the budget. Marce Nesslinger from the state office attended, we had a very informative meeting. We appreciate her taking the time and effort to help us. The family of Bud and Verna Miller held a family get-together at the center the evening of June 20, with 35 attending. We appreciate them making use of the center. The Ladies Auxih'ary of Veterans of Foreign Wars held a meeting at the center June 18. Casper on June 26-28. Cap Petera is home and reported doing well following surgery in Rapid City. We are planning a picnic in our yard July 4 at 12 noon. Come and take part. This will be a carry-in deal. Coffee and cold drinks will be fur- nished by the center. You folks in our service area are invited to attend. Contact our center as to the avail- ability of the bus for trans- portation. We are glad to welcome Ilene Sipe home from a doc- tor's appointment in Cheyenne. The doctors gave her a good report. From two no account checks at the Turf Bar. A warrant in Evanston also charges Nix with several counts of bad checks. A Moorcroft man was ar= rested June 23 by Under- sheriff Ken Sipe on a warrant from Washington charging him ~,dth armed robbery. Arrested was Farron Leach, 18, who is in the county jail. His arraignment was expect- ed to be held Tuesday. A hitchhiker who allegedly beat up the driver who gave him a ride and then stole his car is in the Crook county jail after being arrested here at 5 a.m. Monday. The sheriff's office said that Hermann Buss was on his way to a funeral in Rapid City when he picked up The pancake supper was well attended considering the inclement weather we had. We served about 56 persons. There will be bingo again June 28 at 7:30 p.m. A bake sale will be held June 29 with many goodies to be offered. Come and see if you can make use of some of them. The Budget Shop is open week days from 8:30 to 5 p.m. Our sales clerks there will be pleased to show you what they have for sale. Stop in whenever you can. To the Moorcroft and Hulett folks who read this in your local paper, remember we are here to serve you any way we possibly can. Per- Imps some schedule can be worked out whereby you can use our bus when going to Rapid City, Fort Meade, or other towns for doctor and dental appointments or other reasons. Come see us at our center anytime. You are always welcome. On June 25 we had a bus load of senior citizens from Sheridan for lunch. They were making a tour th~lrugh the Black Hills. We were pl6ased to welcome them to our community and center. Our bus went to Ft. Meade that day :.: Emma Lou Barnes, Alta Plato, Jackie Sipe, Genieve George, and Norma Hawken are attending the 2nd Gover- nor's Conference on Aging at the SO Two persons suffered cuts and bruises in a one-c~ rollover about 2:30 a.m. Sunday south of the Pine Haven airport. Carol Ann Bowen, 30, Gil- lette, was the driver of the 1970 Ford Mustang. A pass- enger in the car was Ronald S. Hampton, 28, Gillette. The car was southbound on the dirt road when it slid sideways off the road and rolled 1 V~ times landing on its top. Undersheriff Kenny Sipe investigated and cited Bowen for speed too fast for conditions. Three Gillette men charged with the theft of fenceposts from the Art , Linklater ranch at Hulett ap- peared in JP court Monday and are free on $200 bond. They will appear in court again July 11: Charged ate Mark Haight, 28; Mark Hettiager, 19, and Miles Peterson, 18. They were arrested by Sipe, as- sisted by State Highway Patrolman Keith Benton, on U.S. 14 enroute to Moorcroft. Cody Nix, 28, was returned to Sundance by Deputy Sergeant Neal Gar- man following his arrest in Casper June 19. Nix is charged here with writing oo@ Wesley Davidson in Mon- ~nm Davidson is charged with assaulting Buss, dumping him out at the county shop at Moorcroft and then stealing his car, according to Deputy Dick Takes. Davidson was arrested here by Sgt. Jim (Okie) Clark of the Sundance Police De- partment and has been charged with assault and auto theft. Sheriff Ron Pulse said his office and the Moorcroft, Gillette and Sundance police departments all worked on the case. Fire of undertimine origin burned a small vacant house at the Russell French ranch at Alva. The fire was con- trolled by the Hulett Fire Department before the large house was burned. Fireworks ban in forest No fireworks of any kind may be discharged within the Black Hills Fire Protection District, Del Harding of the Black Hills National Forest, Custer office, said this week Harding said this includes sparklers and all other types of fireworks. The district is bounded on the north by WE'RE COMING ON A BANG FOR JULY Marvel Hot Dogs lb. $1.40 10 lb. Bulk - lb. $1.30 Hamburger Patties - lb. $1.69 Hamburger- 2 lb. & 5 lb. - $1.59 Belle Fourche, on the east by. Rapid City, on the south by Hot Springs and Edgemont, and on the west by the state line. The fireworks ban includes the entire Black Hills National Forest and ai; national parks, m(>numents, memorials and recreation ar~as. Violators are subject to a $500 fine and six months in jail for violations on federal land and to a $100 fine and 30 fender and paint, upholstery man technician and trim, and parts counter- : NOTICE CROOK COUNTY WEED & PEST ~I, All persons interested in a grasshoPP days in jail for violations on state or private lands. A, Open fires such as camp- i fires are also prohibited within the district unless a pernfit is granted in advance by federal, state or local agencies, Harding added. Rush graduates from Wyo. Tech. ~control program are urged to attend meeting Wed., June 21 7P.M. CROOK COUNTY WEEK & PEST OFFICE SUNDANCE Todcl J. Rush has grad- uated from Wyoming Tech- nical Institute in Laramie. Commencement exercises were held June 22. The school is a post-sec- ondary, vocational, technical training center consisting of automotive, diesel, body, This meeting will determine if a program ,s conducted. Don Hardy, USDA will e cplain th~ c program. A Cooperative agreement forms between the 'd 'y 9Department of Agriculture and landowners c~ ~kobtained at the weed and pest office. Costs to the landowner will be 70c per ~Expediency is desired for an effective program. To introduce you to our relocation to the former 1"1 Automotive building, we will be hosting an open house on 10A.M.Sat., June 30 6P.M. ON DISPLAY Very Special Prices on All Merchandise ALL ACCESSORI ES - 15 to 20% OFF ALL CHAINSAWS IN STOCK- 10% OFF KD100 Kawasaki - Reg. $699 ............................................................ I Only- KL250 Kawasaki ................................................................. K21000 Kawasaki, Reg. $3795 .......................................................... Prices Good on Sat., June 30 Only FREE DRAWING FOR 1 Windbreaker l - Tuneup for domestic 6 or 8 cylinder car or pickup 1 - 1974 Kawasaki KD80 Motorcycle FREE REFRESHMENTS You're invited to visit our ali new sales and service facilities. Highway 14 East Pb. Sunda~qe B & B Sales