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The Cry,ok Coun,ty commission- ~,~PPro~ed .a $345,811.32 gen- ~- I ~nd budget at a ,four-hour ~eet_iag ~onday night in Sun- ~el The general ~u.nd pays ~j~ne opera,tio~ of cont~ty pl- ea.' the vour~ouse and r~ad Situation and maintenance. ~e. change was made in the ,,.fle~ requests proposed b the "~[1~ - Y L~v"us departments of county , ~-el~en~c. An a ddi.tion at .~ was made ~o the state ~-~.'~nsation account ,and only ~atlve appr0va.l ~vas given a ~et request by ~he County ea, tton Commission. ~e commissioners .also sp- ewed a $14,000 request by the L-'~k Coun'tv Historical Society ~ e establishment of a mu- ~a. Socie,ty members at ~e ~etlrlg shelved the commission- ~_l)lans ~or a museum ~ be ~'~ed in the ,basemen~ of the ~guse. A representa~tive of ~,~.:: ~omttp said tha~ the yeanly tax by the society ~auld drop ~1~ from ,the $14,000 request ne museum is established. general ~und ~budg~ (19~- ~ation .first, 1960-60 ~ctual ditures in parentheses): Commissioners . $7050 County Clerk . $19,- ($18 902.42); County Trvas- $17,519.94 ($16,914.85); Assessor - $15,957 ($15,- Sheriff - $17,787 County ~ttorney - ($13,136.6~); County ~f Schools - $13,- ,147.78); County Coroner- Depart- ($9~70.32); Dist- $17,465 ($13,008.95); - $400 ($187.90); and Jeff- $19,325 .44); ~toad and ~Bridge - ($134,722.86); HeaRh $1,000 ($686.90); General - $20,364 ($18,32.~.17) ecommended for the general ~und - $345,811.32 (in- cludes $35,000 reserve fund). This compares with $301,038.99 in ae- .bual general fund e~penses in 1968-69. The commissioners ,approved the ~o~lowing budgets for o~her agertcies: (~I~aren~theses indicate last years budget.) Crook County (Memorial Hos- pital - $13,500 ($13,770); Weed and Pest O~fice - $34,050 (32,464); Cou.n~W Library - $20,345 ($22,- 247); County .Fair $12,255 ($11,- 385); Welfare -$80,221 ($95,694); The commissioners tenta,tively approved a $10,000 allocation for the Crook County Recreation Commission contingent upon the submission of a fin,ancial report ,by ,the commission by 'Mo~day. The commissioners expressed disapproval of .the manner in which ,~e recreation board made its .budget request. They agreed Shat ~the `board should file budget requests and sta'ternents of ex- ~penses in ,the same manner as other .county ,agencies. All nine members of the recreation board .were o be notified ,by the com- missioners of Coheir action. Mill levies for auoty accounts will be set lMonday, Aug. 4 Esti- ,mated mill levies (1960-70 esti- mate ,first), actual mill levy, 19- 68-68 in parentheses): ~tate - 1.5 (2.0) State School 6.0 (6.0); C~un'ty General - 5.63.1 (5.902); County General School 1.397 (1.~k26); ~hool 12 mill levy- 12 (12.0); County Library - .687 ,764); County ~Fair - .221 (,263); WeLfare- 1.$34 (1.383);" Weed and pest- .353 (.@23); County Hospital .246 (.225); Recreational .357 (.500); Historical Society - .500 (No fund in 1968-69). The estlma.ted consolidated county mill levy - 11.226 (11,086). The leg~'l limit is 12 mills for courKy expenditures. Sundance girls shown at soft. ball practice Friday night prior to Sunday' game ~gainst Belle Fourche. Fifteen to 20 girls have been turning out week nights at 6 at the Fairgrounds for intra. mural play. Mrs. Emma Lou Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Morris have been working on the town's first summer recreation program for girls in about five years. Although the team took a shellacking from Belle Fourche, Mrs. Barnes end her players are- n't concerned. She says the pro. gram is aimed at serving as many girls a~ possible mid isn't 9eared to competitive play with outside teams. CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS IUNDANOE, WYOMING 82729 Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundance and U. S. Land Office WHITETAIL DEER CAPITAL OF THE WORLD TEN CENTS PER COPY Seventy-first Year Number 31 THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1969 The Sundance s)wimming pool und hit $2,9O0 2 hat week wRh contributions from WIr. and ~rs. Ted Speided, Jeanotta Cook, the Crook County Cow Belles, Har- ley Douglas, Mr. and [Mvs. Claude DeCory and ~r. and Mrs. Cecil ~ughes. Jam ~Robe~ Sha~, san ~ Mr. amt ,Mrs. ,Paul &~avp ~xf Sundance, re. turned last week ,fl~m ~ttending ~he seventh n~tional ~y Scouts of America J~mboree in Farts- gut State Park in northern Ida. he. basic ,coa s~tvxtion practices, ,w~. ersheds, soils, and helped con. duet a conservation exhibit spon- sored by 10 federal :agencies. he jamboree yeas held from July 16-22. Robert a~ended with a troop of 3~ scouts and ~hree leaders from ,the B~,ack ~ills Council. The g~oup left P~pid City July, 8 and visited the fol'lowiag ,pl~ces in the U. S. and ,Canada enrou~e to Id,~tho---Calgary, Vancouver, Rev. elstoke, Se~t,tle and l~uget Sound. About 35,000 scouts ,from ev- ery state and 23 foreign spun,tries attended tlhe jamboree. Tbe en- ca,mpmen't was located on the shore of Lake Pend Orelle. The ca,rap offered ,facilities for swim. wing, boating and ,fishing. Activi,ties included a series af ymtth ~oru~ms, campfire pro- grams, arena shows conducted by visiting celebrities, and skill shows in which scouts competed in cooking, bridge building and other a~ivi.ties. Scoutmaster Watly FAwonger of the Soil Conservation Service in Sundance also ~ttended the camp and .g~ve presentations on to Meet August 6 he Crook Coun'ty School Re-Organizatio~ Cornmi.ttee will meet at the ,court house Wednes, day Aug. 6 a,t 7:30 p.m. Attending the meeting will be ~L~uis Finch, ~hie~ of research develop,merit, ~t@te Board of Pub- lic Instruction. ,One c~mmi~tee member said he thought ,the committee ~auld probably discuss - in general ,terms - possible ,plans for county. ~vide school re-organization. Members ~f the committee: J,w Nuckalls, Hu,lett, chairman; Jay .R. DuPfee, Suvd~nce, secretary; ~Ra,ymond Paterson, Moor~roft; H. R. Barb~ur, Hulett; Robert Prie. we, Be.lle Fourche (Colony); Her, vey Taller', Jr., Beulah; Max Ev- ~ns. Oshoto; Lee R. Tro~rtble, ~Iulett. ,Old . timers at Sundance Station will be moving at EIIsworth City about the mid- ~ugust. They are "Master S. Ulrich (left) end Sgt. W&rren D. GIick The two men have been here longer than any tome 15 personnel still at Ulrich arrived In July, three months after the opened. He was in- installing the nuclear tnd received a commends- for his efforts. Ulrich of Seaside, N. J. He emily recently moved Eoth he end Will be assigned duty as site managers in the area. He plans to 1970 after more th~n 20 years i,n the service. Although his plans for a permanent home aren't definite, he does admit to ~in affinity to this area because of the lack of congestion and the outdoor sports available. The Ulrichs have five c hidlrem at home and a daughter who is mar- ried and lives in Rapid City. An- other daughter, Sandra, was the first baby of Air Force parents to be born in Crook County Me- morial Ho~pitah She was born in 1961. Prior to being assigned here, Ulrich was stationed at McGuire Air Force Base and in the Philippines. His wife and Mrs. Glick work part time at the Log Cabin Cats. Glick arrived at Sundante AFB in October, 1964. He has worked as .nuclear power plant me- chanic and is a welding special- ist. The Glicks purchased a home in Sundance shortly after he was assigned here. He expects to retire the summer of 1975 ~nd locate permanently in Sundence because of the hunting, fl~hing nd camping and because it's "a good place to raise kids." The Glicks have three children. He is a native of Bradford, Ohio, and was previously st~tionecl in Il- linois, German/and at the Penta- gon in Washington, D. C. Glick owns Crook County Welding Co. in Sundance. While stationed here, he received a squadron safety a~vard and was named a- mong the top 10 airmen of the Aerospace Defense Command in 1966. Glick was recently notified of his promotion to master ser- geant. ins on. Football for Sundance High School will begin ~[enday, Aug. II. Practice ~vll,l ~ from 5 ~o 7 p.m. Coach Dennis Talich expects a`bout 40 boys out foe practice ~vith 32 to 36 lettermen from last year's ~ea,m ~vhic~h lost o~,ly one g ,me. ~hysi~tl extorts must be com- ~pleted betk)re a boy is eligible for practice. 'Exam ,forms can be picked up at ,the ~g~h school of. ,rice and the parents' portion of ,form must be c mpleted be- fore he reports for his exam. 'Physicals ,will be given as fol- lows: ,Freshmen--Tuesday, Aug. 5 Sel#h~mores--Wed., Aug. 6 3u niors-.2~h,arsda,y, A~g.7 Seniors-.Frtday, Aug. 8 The exams ~vil,l be given from 5 to 7 p. m. a~ the [Medical Center. Those boys living out of tow~ ,nmy l~ick up the ,physival exa~n ,forms on the same day they take ~he physical h~wever, a parent ,must accompany the boy so that his medical history ~an be ia- eluded on ,the form along wi~h the parent's signature.