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rowers CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS IIUNDANCE, WYOMING 82729 Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundance and U. S. Land Offlc~ IN THE BLACK HILLS ,.It.~old Shaw, John Ayer, Art est service operation and how ~.~later and Albert Proctor were they are mostly self sufficient - OF WYOMING ~ected as the board of directors with their income coming from ~,_me Crook CounW Stockgrowers grazing, leases and timber sales. Senior Womenls ~SOciation at the June 28 meet- Cameron also spoke on,the mean- ~g of the association at Mateo ing of the Woodsy Owl signs and village, the impending meeting on road Golf Tourney It was decided to have an ex- closures in the national forest in ~tltive committee consisting of the county. He said there would Set at Gillette !~atee board of directers and elect be meetings on these closures board of directors from the and any discussionwouldbe ty. The by-laws were discus- The seventh annual Wyoming ~o~and it was decided that tile appreciated. Senior Women's Golf Association ,L rd of directors should present Tournament will be held July "~ laws at the next meeting. 16-18 at the Gillette Golf and Peakers present included Dean ~r(~er, executive secretary of ~,e Wyoming Stockgrowers; Keith ~o..lnles, president of the Wyo- -"~g Beef Council and Jack Cam- .~ne, Sundance Forest Service. ~: er. guests present were Rick ~Sking, county veterinarian; u~m Smith, county revresenta- .~; and Warren Ferrel'l, county Country Club, Gillette, Wyo. All participants must be 50 by December 31, 1973. Age groups are as follows: 49-53 - Freshman 54-58 - Sophomore 59-64 - Junior 65 and over - Senior Practice rounds and registra- FIFTEEN CENTS PER COPY THURSDAY, JULY $, 1973 Seventy-fifth Year NO. 27 tion will be on Monday, July 16. "~ Final registration must be done ,,_l~r~ser spoke on the stock- by 9 a.m. Tuesday and 18-hole ~Wer organization and its pur- qualifying rounds will be shot. ~st~ and goals and stressed that A 10 a.m. parade will draw the A no-host cocktail hour will be beef industry must put it'scurtain on this year's Moorcroft held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. with ~t foot forward, keep promotion Jubilee slated for July 14.an informal banquet and business ~ey available for use, keep our The jubilee is an annual event meeting at 7 p.m. on Tuesday ~2.~ men forward to keep pace beginning with a parade, and then night. Final round of 18 holes ~a the changing pace in Wash- followed by a free noon barbeque will be shot Wednesday with ~.oa. He congratulated the and fun and games at night for awards immediately following Wly organized group and offer- young and old at the Belle Four- play. t~ the servxces of the state office che River park and the new Moor- Mrs. J. O. (Helen) Fair of ~e.tting up meeting of interest croft arena. A street dance at Casper, the 1972 champion will lraportance, dark climaxes the celebration, be m Gillette to defend her title. ,, I'Iolmes stated the purpose of Beef for the barbeque is do- ~e Wyoming Beef Council andhated by Kara Creek rancher ~w it got started in Wyoming. Meritt Barton and is cooked by ~ ~eWyoming Beef Council works the jubilee committee, while the ;p ~u in hand with the national rest of the meal is furnished by ~Stock and Meat Board to pro- the Moorcroft merchants. v ce the beef industry. Gene Cox is this year's jubilee Cameron talked about the for- chairman. aln The Crook County Stockgrowers Associaiton held a supper meeting at Mateo Village June 28 with sixty-two people present. New directors were elected and speakers for the event were, Keith Holmes, president of the Wyoming Beef Council; Dean Prosser, executive secretary of the Wyoming Stockgrowers As- sociation; and Jack Cameron, District U. S. Forest Ranger. Pictured, back row, I. to r., John Ayer, Albert Proctor, direct- ors; Dean Prosser and Keith Holmes. Front row, I. to r., Art Link- later, Harold Shaw, directors; Ted Orr, president and director. ion )n Serious In ~ ~ ,~ A suit claiming damages in ex- -c- It has failed to confine its cess of $100,000 has been filed in operations to the lands it agreed me Areas of D[ ~i ;if, d Sixth Judicial District Court by to and has wantonly spread its Gilbert G. and Rhea K. Vondris- stockpiling operations substantial- ka, Sundance, against the Roberts ly on to the remaining premises Monday, July 2, the Loren Altaffer, Leonard McCul- ,,Ill tiJ ~i ; Construction Company, Sundance. of the plaintiffs. ,. Co nty Grasshopper Con- lough, Bruce Gose and Albert The Vondriskas ask for $100,000 -d- That the defendant has re. Uoar [ decided to try and Proctor. He said that the action Total county assessed valuation in damages plus judgment follow- fused to close the gates ofplaln- De[ ~rtment of Agriculture should be taken as quickly as shows an increase of $988,166 from ing an audit of Roberts' Construe- tiffs and has, in fact, lockedsaid erati~ ~ program to control possible, as spraying should be $28,513,054 in 1972 to $29,501,220 in tion's books plus court costs. The gates open. shopp ~rs in Crook county, started in about a week. 1973, according to Vic Cole, Crook suit was filed July 3. -e- That the defendant has fall- :s~r~kTuesdayEC [dieUntYchaffieldthatWeedinandsometoldPeStareasTheIn" ~ County Assessor. Vondriskas charge that the de- ed to confine itself to a single Weath The increased assessed valua- fendant has, for the past three means of ingress and egress. tion was catmed by an increase years, wrongfully, unlawfully and Wade Brorby of Morgan and "Ook county the 'hopper infes- in livestock and increased assess- continually entered into and upon Brorby, Gillette, represents the rt is very serious. Max. Man. Prec.ed valuation, while a rise in as- Plaintiffs' premises outside of the Vondriskas and Cecil Hughes, affield said that cost of the June 27 ..... 78 49 0 sessed valuation in dry farm and lands agreed upon and then arid Sundance represents Roberts ram would be 30 per acre June 28 ................. 79 S1 0 grazing land accounted for the there caused and permitted the Construction Company. 'esture land, 45 for hay and June 29 ............ 80 52 0 rest. However, this was offset stockpiling of crushed gravel; the .land. He said anyone inter- June 30 ............... 83 55 .14 considerably by quite a loss re- removal of all top soil; the killing r in si~ning up for the control July1 ....................... 78 60 0 ported by the state on oil and gas of allvegetation; the spreading Driver Uninjured ram sl~ould contact the Crook July 2 ............... 80 45 0 production and public utilities, of gravel arid dust; has used ty Weed and Pest office or Mineral production (bentonite, more than one means of ingress raember of the grasshopper sand and gravel)showed a slight and egress and has further caused In O~.Car committee, increase, and permitted large trucks to ,s Total local assessments for drive over and about the said ~rs of the control Acciden / c0m- 1973 were $15,991,389 as compar- premises. . unaay are Marshall Nussbaum, ed to $14,313,178 in 1972 for an They further charge that unless Pat King, Leo increase of $1,678,211. Total from the defendant is restrained by Franz PaUiardi, A n do v e r, Shaw, Jw Nuckolls, Friday, July 6 the state on oil and gas produc- the Court, it will cause and permit Conn., escaped injury July 1 in Devils Tower VFW Post, 8 p.m., tion, minerals and public utilities further injury and destruction to a one-car accident on a county VFW Hall, Sundance. was $13,509,831 in 1973 as corn- plaintiffs' land and top soil, there- road 22 miles north of Hulett at Friday, July 13 pared to $14,199,876 in 1972 for a by causing plaintiffs great and ir- 7:45 p.m. Sundance Commercial Club, loss of $690,045. reparable loss and damage. Pallardi, driving a 1972 Chev- 6:30 p.m., Aro Cafe. The plaintiffs charge that the rolet, was north bound on the Saturday, July 14 defendant has not performed county road when he lost control Moorcroft Jubilee, all day, CITY COURT said agreement in that: of the vehicle on a right curve. Moorcroft. Appearing before Charles Don- -a- It has failed to conduct its The car went off the west side of Sunday, Julyl$ aldson, city judge: operations so as to interfere as the road and rolled Va times. Crook - Weston Farmers Un- Theodore R. Moline, Sundance, little as possible with plaintiffs' There was major damage to the ion Picnic, 12 noon, Keyhole Park. speeding $20.00 plus $4.00 costs, ranching business, car. Moaday, July 16 _ Brenda J. Applebaum, Chicago, -b- It has failed to remit all Special meeting of the Sundance Ill., speeding, $46.00 plus $4.00 royalties as provided in said City Council, 8 p.m., City Hall. costs, agreement. Moorcroft Pool Wyoming Game Department employee has been named the warden for Sundance. Be- to Sundance, he ser- game warden in Johnston is assum- duties of Frank Baggs, now stationed in Ther- I Hugo A. Hendirckson, 44, of Swimming Set uper served as junior high principal, Southern California in 1969 and During Mornings Swimming in the Mooreroft pool for local children which starts July 9 has been shifted from af- ternoons to mornings, Assistant Superintendent Delbert Harbaugh announced June 26. Kelly Lake, Minnesota has been district curriculum director and his Doctorate in education ad- named superintendent of the acting superintendent at Chis- ministration from Laurence Uni- He said the Moorcroft swim- Crook County District No. 1 holm, Minnesota. versity in 1972. ming program will be held for school system to replace Roger Hendrickson received his B.A. Hendrickson has been instructor two weeks. No charge will be Thorson who resigned. Hendrick- degree from Bemidji State Col- in Minnesota and California made for the swimming. son will begin work here July 9. lege (Minn.), his M. A. degree in schools for all of his career. Harbaugh said swimming at the Last school term, Hendrickson science from Michigan State Uni- Moorcroft pool will be held two will begin work here July 9. versity in 1964, M. S. degree in He is married and has two hours daily. The bus will leave at Last school term, Hendrickson education from the University of children, ages four and 19. 8:15 a.m. daily for Moorcroft.