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July 9, 1981

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R " ' 5 9@6 i:i ,ii of smoke, July's 100-degree heat bakes floats around the countryside just east of Sun- Mountain dance and provides perfect hay- rugged contours, ing weather for Glen Wyatt. When this picture was taken, Wyatt was baling in the borrow pit across the highway from Roll- ing Wheels. Hay was scanty but Wyatt was finding plenty of boards, bottles, boots and other odds and ends east aside by an affluent Eighty-Third Year THURSDAY, JULY 9, 1981 No. 28 t - E SUNDANCE TIMES Continuing The Crook County News IN THE BLACK HILLS TWENTY CENTS OF WYOMING PER COPY Official Newspaper tor Crook County, City el Sundance and U. S. Land Offioe Miller are 18 cases of A," said Dr. Health and Med- new cases were the weekend He ~ cases, four were 14 were adults. H~ ? women as men control in Sundance. He said the City seems under water system had been checked. ~'lt is in excellent shape," stated Skinner. were affected and that they came from different areas of town. He said the absence of any cases in children indicated in his opinion a common source. "Of course, with hepatitis you have such a wide range of symptoms and severity," said Dr. Skinner. He indicated that children might have a light case which could be nndectectable and may show a S BOX stay away f~om pool area City Police Department issued caution to the city's around the swimming pool s!te. been discovered playing on the diving board ask the cooperation of the parents in advising the involved, mall halt~t in Sundance ! fact that our Sectional Center will be changed from on July 11, there 'will no longer be any incoming Sundays or holidays," said Snndance Postmaster \ the Four Corners, Star Route 1, mail carrier r later. Mail is d~livered on Tuesdays, Thursdays meet July 9~ Club will meet July 9 at 6:30 p.m. at Mr. will be David Taylor, Safety and Limited Farm of Community Service from the University of will speak on recreation of the area. to be discussed include the Maupin rodeo and Crazy date set Director of Crook County Social Services, announced set for the public meeting oh Day Care. Kay Matbewson, State Day Care Consultant, and will be in Sundance July 16. The meeting in County Courthouse Community Room. for SHS athletes set for July 8 for Snndance High School athletes will begin July 8 to 9 p.m. also be open on Friday at the same time. No locker will be available so everyone is asked to come for July 13 Wisdom of the Children," a slide presentation of the students will be held July 13 at 8 p.m. in the , School All-Purpose Room. for adults only with a showing set for fall for the minutes and is free. 4311 to meet July 10 Post 4311 VFW Club will meet'July 10 at the VFW set for Historical Meeting Society will hold election of officers meeting June 13 at 8 p.m. in tim Crook Sundance. slight nauseous feeling to the stomach. "So far, no children have been confirmed," he said. Dr. Skinner stated, "At this time, it is still likely to be a common source and the source so far has not been identified. Most likely the problem has passed." He added, ,What I'm doing now is reevaluating the information from Sundance. Basically for two reasens-first, the people want to know the source and second, for prevention. If we can determine what happened this time, we may be able to stop it from occuri_v4g .again. That's why I'm evaluat- now." "This is an illness that's gen- erally very common in larger communities." said Dr. Skinner. "Everyone recovers permanent- ly." He said that overall in the country about half of the cases are under the 15-21 age group and half over, but that's not the case Skinner said. "I'm honored by the hospitality and the coopera- tion I received from everyone whil,e I was in the,area." He iddicated he may have to make a trip to the area again for more information. Jury trial set for July 9 A 12 man jury trial, State of Wyoming vs. Gary Woolsey, has been set for July 9. Woolavy, 26, Upton, was bound over to Sixth District Court fol- lowing an arraignment June 22 on charges of interference and as- sault of a peace officer. He entered a plea of not guilty to the charges. Defense attorney is Donald B. Hansen, Newcastle. States At- troneys are Dick Mac), and Alan Harper, both of Sundance. "~( i The im~p~brmmched trees @ ti~ offered shelter from the hot July Crook County Courtlzm~ hwn temperatm~ on the Fourth. populace. Photo by Howard Allen CALENDAR Thursday, July 9 Story Hour, 3:00 p.m., Library. Sundance Commercial Club, 6:30 p.m., Mr. B's Blue Stallion. Crook County Extension Homemakers C~uncil, I0 a.m., Crook County Courthouse Com- munity Room. Crook County 4-H Council, 7:30 p.m., Crook County Courthouse Community Room. Friday, July I0 Devils Tower VFW, 8 p.m., VFW Hall., 4-H Demonstration Day, I:.30 p.m., Crook County Courthouse Community Room. Sundancers Square Dance Club, 8 p.m., IOOF Hall, Harold Skeesick, caller. Monday, JUlY 13 Story Hour, 3:00 p.m., Library. Crook County Historical Society, 8 p.m., Museum-Art Room. "To Seek the Wisdom of the Children" Slide Show, 8 p.m., Sundance Elementary School. Wednesday, July 15 Crook County School District No. One Board Meeting, 1:30 p.m., Budget Hearing, 8 p.m., Moorcroft. Moorcroft Playday, 5 p.m., Moorcroft Rodeo Arena. WEATHER The readings: Max. Mira Prec. June 30 90 61 0 July 1 89 65 0 July 2 84 58 .07 July 3 83 51 0 July 4 89 57 0 July 5 94 60 0 July 6 101 66 0 Hot, dry south wind reported. Pictured above are over 500 people who attended the Lenz resigns from council Carol Miller Times Staff Reporter Sundance City Councilman Gaylord Lenz resigned from the council Monday night during the council's regular monthly meet- ing. Lenz presented the council with a letter of resignation which said, "As a result of my interest in the Aro Restaurant and its restaurant liquor license, it is with deep regret that by law, I'm forced to tender my resignation to the Sundance City Council. I have felt privileged to serve the Sun- dance Community and have en- joyed working with you and the other members of the cotmcll in hopefully working together to make Sundance a better place for all of us to live." The letter was signed by Lenz. Mayor Floyd Cart accepted the resignation with regret and wish- ed Lenz "good luck". The Canyon Annexation was tabled until another legal description could be published and another public bearing set. The council voted to vacate 10 feet on each side of South 1st Street' between Thompson and Alden Streets (Block 26~ following a request by Steve Hilty whose home was encroaching on the city street by .77 feet on one side and .66 feet on another side. Hilty needed the encroachment lifted because of the requirements of his house financing. The council set the fee for restaurant liquor licenses at $750 per year for the next year. They accepted an application for a restaurant liquor license for Gay- lord Lenz, Lee Middleton and Ernest Thompson for the Aro Restaurant. A special hearing on the liquor license has been set for 8:05 a.m. July 30 at City Hall, Sundance. The council approved a limited malt liquor license for Horse- men's Assec)'ation for August 8 and9. Mayor Cart read a letter from Thomas and Associates of Rapid City, swimming pool engineers, Fair has new highlight A new addition to the 1981 Crook County Fair will be a Sheep Lead Contest which will be svon- sored by the Crook County Wool- growers Auxiliary. The purpose of the Sheep Lead Class is to encourage the use of wool gar- ments as wearing apparel as well as to help support and advertise the sheep wool industry in Crook County. The contest will be open to any Crook County resident of any age, from toddler to adult. Contestants will model garments made from at least 50 percent wool which can be home sewn or purchased. Contestants may lead their own sheep if the sheep are entered in competition at the Crook County Fair, or any exl~ibitor of breeding sheep at the Crook County Fair may sponsor as many contestants as he has yearling sheep entered in the sheep show. Awards will be presented by the Crook County Wool Growers Auxiliary. For more information on the Sheep Lead Contest con- tact the Crook County Extension Office or any Woolgrowers Auxiliary member. Which contained a supplemental agreement on the pool. The council accepted Security. Insurance quotes of $791 $500,000 occurence with $1 million annual aggregate on mal- practice insumnc~ for the Son- dance Emergency Medical Tech- nidans. The CiW via a letter was admd to reimburse a non-reeidmt couple who stayed at one of the local hotels $30 for hepatitis shots. Action was tabled by the council as no address was avail- able for response. Due to a number of water, garbage and sewer fees which are now three months delinquent, u of July 10, services will be turned off. Services will resume ulxm full payment and $10 re-hookup fee. Cal Hayward requested a speed bump cut to help control rtm off from the hill street going up to Alan Roberts new house. The mayor said they could try and see if it would work. According to Mayor Carl action on the grants will take place sometime around August 16. The City of Sundance has applied for a $165,000 grant fo~ street improvements. Hayward also suggested a stop sign on South 3rd Street and make Park Street a through street. Mayor Cart said they would look into the situation. A building permit was ap- proved upon approval by the use planning board for a 10 feet by 12 feet building to Bill Vangee on behalf of Bessie Mitts f~ $500. Bonds were renewed for City Clerk Carole Westover far $10,000 and for Kara Rindel~ for $I,000 at a cost of $85 in fee~. During his report to the Council, Chief of Police Joe ham said $80 worth of danm$~ Were done to one of the cars during the weekend, He said he thought the vandalism was in connection to the damage done to the city wolls. When ulmd ~t happened to the city ~b, Pop ham said someo~ shut off all the wells via the control board was responsible for the shortage over the weekend. Premium lists now available .... Crook County Fair is smm ap- preaching-August 6, 7, 8. Far those who have not received a' Fair Premium List, they are available at the following loca- tions. If you know of somemm who would like a fair premium list please let them know that they . are now available: Moorcrofl~ local grocery stores; Hulett-Sup- er Value and (]ray's Market; Aladdin--Aladdin Store; Beulah- Sandereek Trading Post; Carlfle- Carlile Store. Notice on immunizations Any child who received Gamma Globulin emmot be given routi~ ddldhood ~ f~ three months, acomli~ to Madlyn Keys,, It.N, Creek County Public Health. Az~v child who ~ G~ffima Globulin less tlum two weelm after polio or measles, m/un~ rubella [MMR] will need to lmve it repeated. If you have ly questions, omat~ the Health Nurse at 283.1142. Fabulmm Forties all.sehod pot- luck picnic at noon last ~.