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:/ ~ ~ ii i:~ ~!~ , ~ ~!ii i~i ~ ~ .~ Sundance, caught this beauty while fishing on the mounted so I can look at it some more," I~nz said. near the dam last week. "I'm going to have it The wall-eyed pike weighed ten pounds and was 28VI 4uch~ Eighty-Second Year THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1980 No. 27 Official Continuing The Crook, County News IN THE BLACK HILLS TWENTY CENTS OF WYOMING PER COPY Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundance and U. S. Land Office Cramer indicated he had per- that are to be considered included sons who would be interested in suggestions made by Jim Sch- Richard purchasing the old stone build- miedt, Sundance teacher. The rough plans to ing; however, they would want to items are attendance policy for school fa- use it at the present site. The students prior to participation in board thanked Cramer for making an activity event which he would ~,500,000 during a the presentationand advised him like to see changed to allow of the Crook they would take it under ad- students to be gone for doctor or board in visement, dental appointments and still be -~ 26. Proposals for policy changes allowed to participate. was invited to On eligibility requirements, he to the felt passing in all subjects every worked Vitalone week was eliminating student. and architect- from classes where they felt they done work for body recovered m,ht have trouble meeting eligi- in Chicago and bility requirements. He suggest- of $5,000,000 The body of 16 year old Upton ed grade point average or some )ld stone building High School student, Michael other me~-s be used for de- existing facility Vitalone, was recovered on May termining eligibility. Secondary school24 at the Keyhole Reservoir. Then, he stated he felt activity Vitalone died as a result of tickets should be increased from rough plans to drowning on May 2. the present $18/ticket and su~- facilities with According to the sheriff's of- gested 10-2030-40 event tickets. area from the rice, a group of swimmers spotted These could be, purchased and the body about 2:15 p.m. They persons could then pay for only boiler room went to the Pine Haven Country events which they wanted to furnace, and Store which has radio contact with attend. a solar heat the sheriff's office and Pine It was stated that present heat trap to be Haven relayed the message, tickets are for all events and there l~sent site. Cra- Within minutes, the body was are about 40 events that a person would rescovered by the Game and Fish, could attend on the tickets. Sheriff Ron Pulse, Undersheriff Schmiedt felt that the board and would Dick Takes and County Coroner should pay some or all expenses Don Locke. for coaching clinics, citing one at Utah which he had attended and one at Laramie which be had attended at his own expense, and for other teacher travel for related clinics and workshops. Glenn Gregson, SHS principal, indicated he felt there should be some policy whereby a student would be suspended from school for striking a teacher until the board could meet to act on the case. Trustee Gray brought up the present attendance policy and Tmst~ DeYoe stated he felt some consideration should be given to extended miles buses are [Coat. on Page 101 WEATHER The reading: Max. Min, Prec. June 24 90 48 0 June 25 82 57 0 June 26 91 57 O June 27 85 58 0 June 28 73 41 0 June 29 84 45 0 June 30 89 64 T Thunder showers were present in the area on June 30. Swimming pool fund raiser started Do you have any old major electrical appliances sitting arotmd in your basement, yard, or garage? Join the swimming pool fund raiser by putting them to The long dormant political ...... scene in Crook county quickened this week when three persons CCBQA to filed for office. Present Rupublican State host quilt show Representative Marlene Simons, Beulah, announced that she is a The fifth annual festival candidate for re-election. Mrs. Simons is completing her first term in the state legislature. of the Crook County Bicentennial Quilt Association (CCBQA) will be held October 1-2 from 9 a.m. until 9 use. County Commissioner Joe Gra- Rose Zella Proctor, Sundance, ham, Moorcroft, filed with the recently made $80 on four old county clerk this week. He is appliances and donated the pro- seeking re-election on the Domo- ceeds to the fund. One appliance cratic ticket. was a dryer which didn't work. On the non-partisan side, Sun- Proctor has a contact who is dance resident Keith Benton, a willing to buy the old appliances former Wyoming highway patrol- which can be reconditioned and' man, filed for the office of justice sold again, of the peace. The contact needs six appliances to make a load. If anyone '.m interested, contact Rose Salterman injured Zella Proctor by phoning 283- 3695. at site of oil well Gary Salterman, 26, Gillette Swimming pool was injured on June 27 when he fell 18 to 20 feet from a platform funds climb located at an oil well about 22 The latest figures on the miles north of MoorcroR near the swimming pool canvass is $292 D Road on the Hahn Ranch. for this week. Other contributions which were Salterman was working for Dan received are lmogene Thomas, Gallagher, Evansville, Ind. when $100; Am Restaurant, $100; Hill- the accident o~curred. The side Pharmacy, $100; Security In- sheriff's office n~vestigated the accident and said that Salterman surance Agency. $25; Andy. sustained possible fracture of the Policky Memorial Fund given by shoulder, lower lumbar and of the Mrs. Frances Policky, $641.80; pelvis. One of the men on the and Carl Steiger who is Mary lower platform helped break the Gammn's father, $I00. fall; but, Salterman possibly Left to be raised is $40,187.94: could have hit parts of the struc- ture on his way down. Sand Creek The Moorcroft ambulance with home burglarized Jack Hughes, driver; Mary Lou Peterson and Marg Humes, at- tendants, responded to the call. Salterman was taken to Gillette. The Joe Foes residence on Sand Creek was reported burglarized last Friday. According to Sheriff Ron Pulse, jewelry, women's clothes, and a belt buckle that Casey Tibbs gave to Foes when he was governor of South Dakota were reported missing. The sheriff's office is investi- gating the case and suspects. Offices, firms close Friday The Crook county courthouse will be dosed Friday in obser- vance of the Fourth of July. All governmental offices will be closed for the holiday. A listing of business firms which will close for the holiday is contained in issue of The Sundance Times. Homemakers council to meet The Crook County Extension Homemakers Council (EMC) will meet Thureday, July lOat 10 a.m. in the community room of the courthouse, Sundanco. The meeting will feature high- lights of the state meetly. All EHC members are encouraged to attend. p.m. at the community room of the courthouse, Sundance. Homemade quilts are the main featured items;~however, arts and crafts made for show and/or sale are welcome. Demonstrations will be given on aspects of the quilting process. A country store, offering a variety of vegetables, fruits, grains, homemade bakery and other food items will be set up in the hall. A food concession will he set up by one of the area clubs. A quilt will be donated for the usual raffle with proceeds to be donated to the Moorcroft Senior Citizens Center, Sund~nce Senior Citizens Center and the Hulett Civic Club. The festival is open to all quilters who wish to display their quilts and to the public for view. ing. Door prizes will be given and music selections will be provided by area musicians. Sundance Duplicate Bridge Club members played a 3 table Howell movement when they met June 24. Results were Norma Bernd and Millie Russell, first; Jean Harper and Harold Bernd, second; and Sylvia Sharp and Ethel Sharp, third. Gladys Fort, Crook County 76 year resident, was hoaet during a surprise eelebration on her 81st birthday. Mrs. Fort moved to Crook County in 1906 and to Sundance in 1948. She is a member of the Bear Lodge Writers and Wyoming Writers. An open house for Mends and relatives was held following a family dinner eo-~ by Orval Meier and Shirley Greentmum at the Fort home. District Court, with Judge Paul versus Susan E. Carpenter. The stance, no association with any- T. Liamos, Jr. presiding, was judge remanded her to custody of one who has in use or possession convened June 25 at 8 a.m. at the the sheriff to be delivered to the of a controlled substance, to Crook County Courthouse. Women's center at Evanston for a receive and cooperate with any Divorces were granted to Gary term of not less than one year and counseling a probation officer Brian Welsh from Dorothy Annnot more than three years. The deems necessary, to remain era- Welsh, Hulett; Judy A. Duncan, sentence was suspended and she ployed, and not to move without Stmdance, from Orville E. Dun- was put on three years probation, approval of the probation officer. can, Point of Rocks; and Randy She was also fined $500. If the probation is violated, the Philip Leinen, Sundance, from Terms of the probation were:sentence will be reimposed and ff Dana Laynette Leinen, Gillette. lead a law abiding life, follow the in compliance, the court will Susan E. Carpenter, 19 of rides and regulations of the pro- annul the plea of guilty and Humbolt, Iowa was arrested on bation department which is sup- restore civil rights. May 1 in Moorcroft for delivery of ervising, obey orders and direc- A suit was filed in District a controlled substance. She ap- tions of the probation officer, no Court with Will/am and Lila Ful- paared before Judge Liamos in use of any controlled substance, mer, et al, suing William Ellis for the case of the State of Wyoming no possession of a controlled sub- damages. A jury will hpar the court case July 10. you t ii! ) and 20 on whether or SHS Student "I just plain don't think they ought to have the draft." i~ i; :~:'~i~I i~ ...... JIM DARK l taeesman "I think it's good. The draft system they have now is not working and they need a new system. Personally, I think every man, woman, and child should serve two years for their country." NELS mmTH "If we're in a situation that's as bad as I hear it is, then we don't have any choice o'~ a SHS Student SHS Student "If we don't go to war, we won't have "It stinks. I don't think they draft." be taking teenagers. young." should They're too