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July 31, 1969

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SQYs Corporate r rming Threatens Small Operators Letter to the Editor I was sadly sickened upon reading the letter in last weeks IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING In the Matter of '.the Estate of lqthel M. K~b, Deceased. ~he rules, hours and ptx~cedures for swimming lessons. These were taken from door tu dour ,and people were urged to keep thegn. In honor .of their .adopted daughter a,t the Lander Training All the members have con- tributed in these projects and done their part. Anyone desiring help or vcan, ting to suggest a com- munity project should coneaet anyone of these club members. ]lh,~e Pre.s~derg .of the Rocky paper ecm.cerning the use of Sun- Notice of Petition for Probate ~h,ool ~the club made a financial | ~ntain Farmers U~ion to~d dartee 'Mountain ,as a ~ourist at- of Foreign Will do.nation to ehe swimming poolTHE SUNDANCE TIMES ] ~em~bers Sunday ,tha~ eorp-,trae.tion. Notice is hereby given tha~ ~hieh is beirLg ~bu~lt ~here.Sundance, Wyo. July 31, 1969 ' ,-. ~a~ming threatens the ex- I ,am certain tha~ .most of the an auhentiea~ed c~pdr of the will The club helped "Ge~ Putt The i ,,l()ldtirners,, ~vill lagTee that t,be Of Ethel IM. Kolb, de~eased, afld "v~ote" ,or ~he s~hool board elect- {ioc~l I Monuments & Markers"l ~e P s , n:~ pride ~e take in S~nd.a.rtce and the probate proceedings had ilo~n and .also took out pt~blieity the surrounding area ,by ~ar sur- thereon in ,the Sct~te OF Ohio, has on the l~brary. , [ ~"~erSUnion ,pi,cnic Sunday. It p,asses an~" m~aetm'y gain de-been filed for probate in the The e~ub made donations to [ All k.~d$ m~l |l~m. IWlee | ~bove entitled court, and thatthree 44t projects: The I. F. Y.E. J right, quality unexcelled. WeJ !I 4~e~nearat Cheye~neE~e H~anestakecrossing.Picnie riVedhave advarmemenL~rom touristS.newTrue,high~aysWe U, nion Commerce Bank l~as fried fund, ,the Lael ~larrison Memorial [ lint them for ymt, ne extra| Iiatll~ l~avan ,claimed Cha,t 200 corp- etc., but we oq the covn~unityffa petitiOnLectevs~OrTestamentary;~he issuance ~andit andton, CheD. ~C. 'Building in Washing- ] herlle. Call wlleet or write| ~rnts witl have ~ken over can help by nut sponsoring such ~urther ~t the 21st day of Aug- The club entered a float in the [ foe ~ppelntment In y~n, heine.[ I~ t~uSiness in the U. S. ~by 1975 out and ou~ plans of deforvna~ion I~"~ ~u~rent ~ends conCdn~eo our cotm~yside. Do we want ust, 1969, has been ~ixed as the Subibee day celebration w{hieh[ PRIID llLAKmMAN | ~id ~the g~vernmertt Slm~ldo con people into coming to date for heaving proof of said.had the caption on i~ happiness Mmw~roft, WI~ | i~ntee farmers and ranchersspend? 'What do we g~in in the~ill and considering ~e applica- is a blue ribbo~ ,a country fair. Percent OF parity. Th~s, helong run.? Or lose? tion for the issuance ~f Letters They received second in the van. Testamentary. AH Imrsons inter- test. ~'~.WOUld save the sm~ll oper- Let us look ~t the Black ~Iills e sted are required to appear at The men, hers ~tended 4.H ~'~a~d wotrld encourage more and ~h~t .the recreation areasthe ~kour OF I0 o'clock i,n ,the fore- camp ,at ~lal,lu CanTon Carol) with t~l ~_ e~t to go rose farming have done $or them. blone),? noon of said date ~rt ~he court all expenses paid and had a ~hing. Sure, but where are Che Blak Poem of said court in the court ~vondevful time. ~tckers watched ehe moon Hills that existed a ~ew yearshouse at Sundance, Cxook Corm-The me~bers are selling back? Hidden behind advertise,ty, Wyoming, and show cause, if li, cense plate ~books which are ex- ~g oa ~celevision ~iRer a pot- manes obliterated m~th cheap any they bare, in opposition to cellen to keep in Four car. ~cl~ buildings and attr.a,ctions, the proof of sa,id will and theThe following members belong Rata,r, ~oeky Mountain ~o.this e!,ub: Care4 Sessions. ttl~ ,~.member, ,sad d a conference I spent some months in Jack- issuance of said letters. ~,,,evL tiau, u'onnie Carpemer, ,:, Dated this l~h day of July, Chris Eshom, L~e Castello, Susan '~ held the ~irst week in son Hole, surely one of the most 1969. Neugebauer, Rosevnary ~Iall, 'w~ai)~ in Casper. bea~i~ttl sp~ts God ever area,ted, ~arion Cure, Chris Castello, Lyle Smith and and ~as a witness o ~a~hat .tour- CAerk of Court Danny Paden. ism 'has a~co,n~p4ished ~here. No (S~AL) ............. -Y _--__l~ _J less friendly ~lace are ~ou likely o find one, where. The people themselves ,will adn~it ~ey are dead set ,o~ ,creating a booming industry frova tourists. 'Mean- ~hile, how ~nuCh OF n~ture is beirtg spoiled ~ar the sake of it. ~y grandparents homesteaded in ~his area and quite ~possibly m.y grandchildren will live here. t uniy hope ~here will be some- th, ing le@t ~or them o enjo~j. This country was here long be- fore we arrived ,and Shall remain long after we ,have departed. Do ~e 'ha~e ~he right to ~uin by ex- ploitation mh~t is only loaned to us, ~or so sho~t a iime, for the commercial value of it? ~Lea,ve Sundance and the rare thing we have to enjoy as it is. Judy ,Beagle (Reynolds & Ht~ghes, Attorneys July 24-31--At~gust 7-14. Buttons and Bowls 4-H Club At Moorcroft Does Many Community Projects The Indi.ans 4VIission at Custer, Sottth Da,Mo~ under ,~he direction of Re~. R. L. G~van has received over 20 ~)oxes OF clothing co~lect- ed by the 44t Club. ~any inter- ested individuals also flare cloth- ing. The 4~H cl,ub Ihas chosen safety as one of their *main projects this ye,ar. Width the ~ooreroft ~Swimming ,pool opening they t~k around for ehe swimming pool director IMrs. Pa~ Noel ,mLme~graphed sheets coataini~tg NOTICE ~neetin,g of Che ~-Ii,~h ~hool Dis- will ~e held un Thurs- 7th, 1969 ,at _ lett, instead o~ Thursday, lth .as regularly sched- a ,eon~liot wifrah .the ~aiv. and .l ment ' " [ [ 'EATAB! I'urtM R edluc:ttol I Live Entertain MORE SHOES HAVE BEEN ADDED AND ICuAY & SAT., 9 tol MANY MARKED ,DOWN EVEN MORE ! ,o,,,,, _ ,0 ladies' Heels and Stack He J | ~ ~ U~nt~td.e,~ from Pierre | ~ i~autifully wit~ con. Air Step -- Life Stride -- Jacqueline -- Connie -- Miss America i "~ older tu--. 4th VALUES TO $20 I " -'", "-" " Now as low as $:, I * N UFFrT Ladies' Flats and Lot ife, s | ~..: 11 to 8 Life Stride --- Connie -- Miss America -- Hush Puppies ..... y Now as hw I t and Sea Foods " ith LOBSTER A ms on Boots Red Wing --- Texas ~ Frye --- Nocon~ Men's Many Reduced to mm n m m mm m Men's Dress Crosby Square -- Roblee ~- Padwin -- Values to $25.00 Now as One R~ck Ladies' 629 M~in Fourche Reduced As Low As Size 4 a,nci 41/= OPEN TILL 8 FRIOAY EVENINGS FOR YOUR SHOPPING CONVENIENCE Spearfish ... in our annual Iti Ell Sl (all items, summer styles SLACKS and m One Rack, Values to $40 BE 629 Main