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PAGE 2 THE 8UNDANCE TIME8 JULY 29, 1993 l||U|mU||Bwg~ugU|UU||uwnn|l THE SUNDANCE TIMES 311 Main, P.O. Box 400, 8undance, WY 82729 Telephone 307-283-3411 Contimdng The Crook County News Publication #USPC 526-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Association The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE SUNDA~CE TIMES, INC. Howard Allen, Publisher - Jim Allen, Office Manager Deanna Erimmon, Typesetter NOTE: If changing address, please Include former address. Also give zip code, box or street address. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Sundance Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729 SUBSCRIPTION RATES To P.O. Addresses in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, 913.00 per year. To P.O. addresses outside Wyoming, 914.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months - 97.50 POSTAL REGULATiONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED WANT AD RATES: 15c per word each insertion to be paid in advance. MINIMUM CASH INSERTION 91.50 MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION 92.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column inch 94.00 CARD OF THANKS $3.50 EXTRA LONG CARD OF THANKS 97.00 BLACK FACE READER ADV. per llne .35c PUB~R'8 NOTE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Falr Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin, or an intention to make any such preference, limitation or discrimination". The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate which is in violation of the law. Our readers are informed that all dwellings advertising in this newspaper are available on an equal opportunity basis. lnnanNNNNmnnmmlunmmaumnmmN~ by Kenda Fuhrmann I pledge allegiance to the flag.., with liberty and Justice for e.llt These words are the words that state that we are freel America is free and has rights to do what it wantsl We, as Americans, have the freedom of speech, the freedomof the press, and many others. Many men died in battle so we could be a free country. The American flag is a symbol of our freedom. It is a symbol of the people who fought to save our country. Doesn't it mean anything, anymore? Everyday, somewhere in the United States, someone is dishonoring the flag. There are people who burn the flag, stomp on it, or tear it apart. The more the flag is dishonored, the further our nation grows apart. The people of the United States don't always see how much our freedom means. They seem to not care as much anymoret Where is this going to lead to? Even though the United States flag is only a symbol, it should still be honored. That flag is the one that was raised high on a pole, when America won the long and crucial war. It is the one that flies above all flags in the United States. The flag still stands for freedom and no one can take that awayl We should be proud to be Americansl We were given the right to be free, and our rights can be taken away If we don't take a stand. The future, for us, our children, and our children's children is affected bywhat we do todayl The time Is now, and we have to start to change. The future is up to us. (Cont. From Page 1} an award presentation to Bryan Blankenship, Hulett Elementary Principal. Blankenship has been appointed to the Chapter 2 Edu- cation Advisory Committee by Governor Mike Sullivan. Ellsworth AFB open house set The Ellsworth AFB Open House will be held Aug. I. Gates open at 8:30 a.m., with the show running from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Highlights of this year's show Will include demonstrations by the Air Force Thunderb/rds and the Army's Golden Knights. Also included are A-10, F/A-18, B-IB, B-52, T-38 and KC- 135 flying demonstrations. An F- I 17 stealth fighter will also be on display. About 30 different aircraft from A/r Force, Navy and National Guard units will be on display. Many other displays and demonstrations by base personnel are also planned. Parking and entrance to the show are free of charge. Adult residents may be entitled to tax rebate Adult Wyoming residents who are either elderly or totally disabled maybe entitled to a refund of their 1992 state taxes. To be eligible for this state tax refund, an applicant must meet certain requirements based on residency, income and age or disability. An applicant must be a Wyo- ming resident for at least one full year immediately before the date of Junior livestock sale set for Aug. 7 The 1993 Crook County Junior Livestock Sale will be held Satur- day, August 7 at 7:00 p.m, at the Fairgrounds in Sundance. It will follow Immediately after the Com- munity Barbecue which will be held from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Purchases made at the livestock sale help 4-H and FFA members to help themselves through college, to start businesses of their own or to build their own breeding herds. The stock being sold is top quality l~ef, pork. lamb and rabbIL Their young owners have put a great deal of care and effort in taking care of these animals. Pre-registration numbers indicate a good turn-out for the August 1 annual Sundance 1 OK Race/Run/ Walk. This year's event is being sponsored by Decker's Food Cen- ter and a free breakfast is being provided for all participants. Pre-registrations are being ac- cepted through July 30, 1993. Forms are available at Decker's Food Center in Sundance and Gillette, Universal Sports and Rec Center in Gillette, The Sundance State Bank. The Runner's Shop In Rapid City, SD, or from Ed MI- gnery, race director. Pre-registratlon is $8.50 and the Sunday, Aug. I, registration fee is 910.00. All paying participants receive the breakfast, refresh- ments, a t-shirt and a chance for door prizes donated by local busi- nesses. Registration begins at 6:30 a.m. with buses taking the walkers (non- competitive participants) to the starting llne at 6:45 for a 7:00 a.m. Lynette Moore of Hulett won this shirt for display~eg the beet shooting form among members of her team at Chadron State College Offensive Skills Basketball Camp last week. She will be an 8th grader this fall. year immediately before the date of the refund application. Applicants' spouses may also qualify for the state tax refund regardless of their recently as president of the Wyo- ming Association of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Centers. Cleo Roberts of Sundance, retired own age or disability status,from the board as a representative An unmarried applicant must of Crook county following the show a 1992 income of less than completion of two terms of office. 910.000. Married applicants must She served as finance officer from show a combined 1992 income of fiscalyear 1988through 1992. Mrs. less than 914.000. For state tax Roberts will be honored during the refund purposes, income includes wages, self-employment earnings. interest, dividends, annuities, pensions, alimony, support pay- ments, public assistance pay- ments, federal housing subsidies, unemployment compensation, so- clal security, veterans' benefits and Native American per capita pay- ments. September meeting of the Board of Directors. Kathryn "Jinx" Hilty of Sundance, has been appointed by the Crook County Commissioners to fill the vacancy effective July I, 1993 through June 30, 1997. Jack Geisler, Sheridan county, retired from the board following completion of one four year term of This year application forms are office. Names of up to three indl- available from senior centers viduals will be subm/tted by the throughdut the state. ~h c0m- board to the c0untyCommission- pleted application should be re- ers for consideration for the ap- turned to the applicant's local se- polntment. nior center by August 31, 1993. Jane Young. Buffalo, has been Each completed application must appointed by the Johnson county include documentat/onofincome, commissioners to replace Peggy age, and ff appropriate, disability Perry, also from Buffalo, whose and marital status. Applicants term expired June 30. Peggy Perry completing their refund applica- served on the board for six months, tlons at the senior center must completing an unexpired term of bring their documentaUon with office. them. The board approved the FY 1994 Completed applications are sent Budget anticipating $1,933,500 in to and processed by Wyoming's revenue, and projecting a deficit of Department of Health. Tax refund 936,000. Employees were granted checks will be sent directly to a three percent (3%) cost of living successful applicants in Decem- increase effective July I, 1993. ber. In other action, the Board ap- This information is made available proved a Drug Free Workplace by the Legal Services Developer of policy for inclusion in the Person- the Older Americans Advocacy Program. Our mailing address is P.O. Box622, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82003, telephone 632-9067. Linda Blakeman named to board the refund application. Residents of state funded Institutions are not eligible for this refund unless they are paying for their own care. .Applicants qualifying byage must show that they are at least 65 years old. Applicants qualifying by dis- ability must show that they are at least 19 years old and have been totally disabled for at least one New officers for Northern Wyo- ming Mental Health Center's Board of Directors for fiscal year 1994 include: Chairperson - Liz Field, Weston county; vice-chair Ken Melllnger. Sheridan county; trea- surer - John Ehlers. Johnson county; and secretary Llnda Blakeman, Crook county. Linda Dixon, retiring board member from Weston county, was honored for her dedication and service to Northern beginning with her role as board representative from Weston county in 1985. She has also served as president of the board in 1990and 1991, and more E EDITOR Dear IMitor, I am writing this letter to express concern over the shortage of Emergency MedicalTechnlclans in MoorcrofL At this time there are only 4 or 5 persons active with the ambulance service which provides 24 hour coverage for the Town of Moorcrofl every day of the year. Although the current service is of the highest standard and quality possible they need help. This fall In Gillette the hospital will conduct a state sponsored Emergency Medical Technician class. The class consists of 132 hours ofintenslve classroom, practical and clinical training to prepare for the certLflcat/on exams. The EMT class begins on September 8th and will run through the first week of December. Classes will be held at the hospital in three hour sessions every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening. The State of Wyoming desires that students have some prior training in advanced first aid but this is not absolutely necessary. We need a few able and dedicated people to apply for spots in the EMT class from the MoorcroR area. If you feel ripe for an extremely challenging Job and wish to learn how to intervene in crisis situations to render aid to those in need, please respond. You can call the Education Office at the hospital to make further inquiries at 687-5581. Applications must be filed with the State by August 15, This is very important for your community and its citizens. Thank you. Sincerely. John M. Arnold. Paramedic ECD/EMS Education Coordinator, CCMH start and the runners division leaves by bus at 7:45 for the 8:00 a.m. start. For more information write: Ed Mignery, P.O. Box 433, Sundance. WY 82729 or call 307-283-3531, work or 307-283-2209, home. nel Policies. The next meeting of the Board Directors is scheduled for tember 21. TIMES WANT ADS DO GET RESULTS CROOK COUNTY MEMORIAl. HOSPITAL I NURSING HOME Crook County Medical Services District pleased to announce that starting August 9 Robert Martino, MeD. will be joining Jell Villano, MeD. Ellin Stiteler, MeD. Bob Cummings, PeA. Patti Voll, AeNeP. COW POKES By Ace Reid -... ..>+- %.. "Old hess, this could mean the end of our trail." Don't get "LOCKED INTO" a complicated "FAR AWAY" investment! BANK AT HOME! kh,oh deism/Cot ,n41mred Io $IOO~0 Phone 283.1074 COMMUNITY SALE SUNDANCE, WY. Sunday, Aug. 1, 1993 1:00 P.M. SHARP (Next to yagama Construction Office) Watch for signs (2) 10 speed bikes; (3) 2 man pup tents; Hoover "88" Pistol; Lunch boxes; King size Upright Vacuum; Hoover Canister Vacuum; Jig w/headboard; (4) White dressers; Small saw puzzles; Mannequin heads (with wigs) & desk; (3) Brown dressers; Orange top round stand; Kettle BBQ grill; Child's security gate; table, folding chairs; Sewing table; Assortment of books; Wooden playpen; Child's car Eureka upright vacuum; Recliner; 3-Tier seat; Washer & dryer (washer for parts); (1) Older stand; White stove (works great); W! set of encyclopedias; Hand made silver bit; Steel refrigerator; White Sears upright freezer; desk; (2) Full size beds w/mat.; 3/4 Size rollaway plant stand; Old mirror; Wooden desk; (2) bed frame; Rug shampooer; (2) Used Kirby cross country skis w/boots; Electric heater; Vacuums; Complete set dishes; Misc. silverware; chairs; Extension cords; Gas grill; 25 lb. Pots & Pans; wheel & tire for Universal Jssp, tank; Weed Eater; Garden tools/rakes; rollbar; Mexican lanterns; 1983 Dodge Sedan 600 Dishes; Gas cans; Chain saw; Electric 4-door (new tires); Oil changing equipment; Plants, Insulated bib coveralls; (2) 10 Speed bikeS; Garbage cans, Kitchen table w/6 chairs (wood); Drawer Dresser; Leather Show Halter; 4'x4'xS' Tack Box; Handy-man Jack. Corner Stand Lamp. We will be accepting consignments at the sale site from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, July 31st. If other arrangements are necessary, please call. =+ I~1 TERMS: CASH There will be Sales Tax NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS of