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PAGE 12 THE 8UNDANCE TIME8 JULY 15, 1993 iiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiii!iiiiiiiiiiiii!ii!iiii!iii:~:~:~:~iI iiiiii i ii!ii iii iii iiiiiiiii ii!iiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiii St nmmer backcountry users in northwest Wyo- ming arc asked to be on the lookout for this plane, which disappeared with two G&F biolo- gists and their pilot during a routine grizzly bear tracking flight on Oct. 16, 1991. The plane is orange, white and blue with its registration number, N19AR, painted on the fuselage. Evi- dence of anything unusmll - fiberglass, alumi- hum, rubber, plexiglau, electronic equipment, paper, cropped off trees, etc. - should be reported to 1-800-442-8477. Anyone finding something, should collect the item if possible, flag or mark the area for relocation, and record the location on a map. Airplane search still goes on The co-owner of an air charter service, whose pilot and two Game and Fish Department biologists disappeared with their airplane almost two years ago, is asking hikers and horse packers to watch for clues of the downed craft In northwest Wyoming. "There are a number of pieces of wreckage and other debris In the mountains of northwest Wyoming," said Llnda Reed, co-owner of Western Air Research. "If at all possible, we're asking people to bring us parts or pieces of what they find and to mark the spot where the parts were found. We may be able to Identify the airplane from the parts." The Oct. 16, 1991, airplane crash took the lives of G&F biologists Kirk Inberg and Kevln Roy, and pilot Ray Austin. "['he crew was on a routine flight to track a radio- collared grizzly bear which was possibly Injured a week earlier In the Moran Junction area. The crew may have deviated from its original flight plan. The plane, a Maule M-5, is blue and white wlth blaze orange markings on the wingtlps and fu- selage. Other Identifying marks Include the plane's registration number, NI9AR, painted on the fuselage and the words "Air Patrol" painted on the bottom of one wing. The plane was also equlpped with other Identifiable Items Including radios and survival supplies. Western Air Research has flown In northwest Wyoming thls spring while conducting grizzly bear re- search, and pilots keep their eyes peeled for evidence of the airplane, Reed said. Officials continue to investigate all tlps regarding the airplane, Kruckenberg .said. Many different methods have been used in the search, including studies of satel- lite photography, distributing printed information and photo- graphs to the public, ground searches, using radar from the Salt Lake City airport, and tips of psychics. Hunters in the suspected crash region will continue to re- ceive information about the air- plane this fall. Dave King of the Fremont County Sheriffs Department In Lander Is leading the search for the downed airplane. Tips can be reported to him at 1-800-442-TIPS {8477) or any law enforcement office in Wyoming. ituaries Charlotte A. Carr Thornby Charlotte A. Carr Thornby, 88, a Iongtime Crook County resident, died July 8 at Crook County Me- morial Hospital at Sundance, Wyoming. Charlotte had been a resident of the Crook County No rnt N ,,t i C: I IWI./ . | | ) ,IS Only ,48 Only illMhl| IIIMhlB "SLEEPLESS IN SEATTLE" p,a) Tom Hanks * Meg Rysn THE [] "FREE WILLY" Nursing Home since December 1990. Graveslde services for Charlotte were held Tuesday, July 13 at 2 p.m. at Mt. Moriah Cemetery in Sundance, WY. Rev. R. Julian Hill, pastor of All Angers Episcopal Church of Spearfish, S.D, offici- ated at the services. Charlotte A. Carr was born Oc- tober 30, 1904 at Beatrice, Ne- braska to George D. and Florence Frances Carr. The family lived in Wyoming and she attended school In Moorcroft and Sundance, graduating from Sundance Hlgh School. After graduation she worked at the Federal Land Bank Office in Sundance and later for the Federal Land Bank in Omaha, Nebraska. From Omaha she went to San Francisco and worked for an in- surance company. In 1942 Charlotte returned to the KV Ranch at Carlile to manage it due to her parents' failing health. She raised registered Herefords until 1990 when her health failed. "['he ranch and livestock, especially the hulls, were the most important and enjoyable things in her life. Charlotte was a member of the American Hereford Association and a member of the Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal in Sun- dance. Charlotte was married to Howard Thornby of Belle Fourche, S.D. He preceded her In death, as have her parents. Survivors Include two sisters. Roslyn Schelldorf, Sundance, and Catherine Dalber, Tucson, Arizona; and two nieces and two nephews. A memorial has been established for the Crook County Nursing Home. Arrangements were under the direction of Fidler-Roberts North- eastern Wyoming Funeral Chapel of Sundance, WY. David Jon Miller Funeral services for David Jon Miller, 25, Belle Fourche, SD, were held Friday, July9at 2 p.m. at the United Methodist Church, Belle Fourche. Pastors Don Lagge and Tom Haggar officiated with inter- ment in Pine Slope Cemetery. David Jon Schiefelbein, Jr. was born August I I, 1967 at Ketchikan, Alaska. From there he moved to Beulah, WY and then onto South Dakota. He graduated from Belle Fourche High School In 1986. While in hlgh school, he participated in Rodeo Club and was an avid competi tor In the boxing ring. After high school he served in the Navy for a brief period of time. He then divided the rest of hls days be- tween Hulett, WY, Idaho and Belle Fourche. David dled Monday, July 5, 1993 at Rapid City Regional Hospital. Dave was a very considerate, outgoing person, who touched the lives of loved ones and acquain- tances alike, everyday. Dave will be remembered through hls laughter and smiles. Survivors include his wife Tina and daughter, Jessica of Hulett, WY; his mother, Lori Wells, Belle Fourche, SD; father, Robert Miller, Rapid City, SD; step-father Cadle Wells, Belle Fourche; two broth- era: Craig Miller and James Wells; one sister, Katrina (Mrs. Tom} Hughes, all of Belle Fourche; ma- ternal grandparents Dorothy Wright, Alamogordo, NM and Dr. Royal Mills, Jr. of Corpus Christi, TX; paternal grandparents Don and Vi Miller, Spearfish, SD; and great grandmother Bertha Miller. Spearfish, SD. A memorial has been established for the benefit of his daughter's education. Funeral arrangements were un- der the direction of the Funeral Home of the Northem Hills, Belle Fourche. ~[9rse Levels Testin~ Mandatory County and State Fair In order to participate In the County or State Fair In the horse project, 4-H members must have completed in the following: I. Timed and riding events - En- trants must have passed the level I written and riding exams. 2. Showmanship and halter classes - Must have successfully passed the level 1 written and op- tion B exams. There will be a levels clink: at the fairgrounds arena on Monday, July 12. It will begin at 9 a.m. At the present we have 2 very qualified raters lined up who can rate up to level II. All those needing level I testing will have priority and if there Is time left, any member wishing to take the level II may do so. You must call and sign up In the Extension Office so we can let the raters know how many to ex- pect. The written portion of the tests may be taken any time In the Extension Office prior to the rat- Ing. "['his may be the only rating clinic this year, so please make arrangements to attend. - ulg kR um The 4-H dudge-A-Rama will be held In Hulett at the Civic Center on Wednesday, July 14. It will be- gin at 9 a.m. and will conclude around 2 or 3 p.m. The day's event will Include several Interesting hands-on mini workshops about different project areas. Following the workshops, participants will be able to test their skills Judging different classes. Members should plan on bringing a sack lunch, drinks, and some snacks to get through the afternoon. If you have any questions, contact the Exten- sion Office. ABC Always Buy Classifledsl Crook County School District No. One Board of Trustees is hereby accepting bids for the re-roofing projects at the Hulett School (Designated Areas A & B) and the Moorcroft Elementary School. Specifications may be obtained from Crook County School District; 108 N. Fourth; P.O. Box 830; Sundance, Wyoming 82729-0830. Area may be inspected by contacting Larry G. Coleman, Facilities & Purchasing Manager, Central Office, Sundance, Wyoming. Bids should be submitted to: Office of the Superintendent; Crook County School District; P.O. Box 830; Sundance, Wyoming 82729-0830 no later than July 19, 1993 at the hour of 10:00 a.m. The Crook County School District reserves the right to reject any or all bids, to waive informalities or irregularities in the bidding and to negotiate with the successful bidder. Publish: July 8, 15, 1998 Kevin Sweeney, Chairman Crook County School Dist. Board of Trustees II I !iliiii!iii:iii:iii:~i!iiiili!iliiiii:i:iii:i:i:i:i: i:!:i:i:!:i:i:i:i:i:!: H !i,i!ii:!ii?i:i!i:!iiiiiii:i:i:i:ili:i:ii i!ii iiii iii!ili!iiiiiiii!i!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i Old Home- Large WHITE BREAD 24 oz. Healthy Choice $ .4 KETCHUP 22.50 / Our Family- Squeeze CATSUP 28 oz. 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