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The Sunclance Babe Ruth League completed its season last by edging Upton 6-5. About 70 youngsters participated in organized baseball in Sundance this summer in the Babe Ruth, Pea Wee and Midget Leagues. (I to r) front row - Gene Taylor, Robin Hibbsrd, Jerry Larsen, Mark Hughes. Second row - Ran- dy Cornelia, Timmy Hops(m, Mike Hughes, Mike Kokesh, Larry Krober. Back row - Jimmy Lsr- sen, Lindsoy Hooper, Dick Tel. gen, Ricky Proctor, Dennis Sis- son. Swede Nussbaum More than 50 golfers are ex- l~cted ~o enter the Sundance Men's Open Golf Tournament to be held Aug. 6 and 7 at the Sundance Golf Course. It will be a 36-hole, medal play meet. Entry fee is $4. Com- petition will be held in the cham- pionship and four additional flite. All tee boxes win be open and play will begin at 7 a.m. each day. Lunch will be served at the club house by the Sundance Ladies Golf Associa- tion. The tournament committee in- cludes Bill JDurfee, Ken Bennick, and Alan Roberts. Parade Scheduled 7 Cases For Sat., Aug. 13 The Community Day Fair pa- rade will start at 10:30 Attgust 13. The parade will form up Main street from the corner of the school block. Competiti(m in the floats will be divided into two divisions, an adult and a junior class. Prizes will be award~l for two places in each division. Prizes will be awarded on the basis of origin- aUty and representativeness of Crook County industry. Sundance and Moorcrofl High 8hool bands will participate in the parade. ,It will again be led by Parade Marshal Floyd Haw- ken. All entrants will be asked to fill out an information sheet ol)- tainable at the County Agent's ~uilHice or any office in the Port ding. In J. P. Court The following cases were heard by Sundance Justice of the Peace Donald Denzin in the past week: Dale Malley, Hulett, fail*v.re to transfer license plates upon trad- ing vehicles. Fined $25 and costs. Arrested by H~ghway Pa- trolman Ron PuLse. Melva Franklin, Hulett,~ improp- er registration. Fined $Z5 and costs. Melva Franklin, driving too fast for existing conditions. Fined $10 and costs. The arrest was the result of an accident near New Haven. Pulse was the ar- resting officer, Joe ~Norfolk, Gillette, operating a water craft in a careless man- ner. The complaint was signed by Gerald Schile, Sundance Air Force Station. Norfolk was fined $25 and costs. The charge was made .following an incident at Keyhole ~Dam where Schile was fishing and Norfolk was boating. Pat Dttvall, Sundance, no driv- ers license. Fined $25 and costs. Dillard Duvall, Sundanee, aid- ing and abetting a driver opel'- ate a vehicle without a valid per. Qharlotte Timme was in chargemit. Fined $25 and costs. Pulse of ~be Story Hour at the Crook made the arrest. Library Saturday. Michael E. Storm, Belle Four- ~h~ final story hour of the che, speeding. Fined $20 and season will be Aug. 9 at 10 a.m. costs. Pulse made the arrest. New chfldreh's books at the Library: "Adventures of Tom Leigll- ~Bently. "A Eain~w of My Own" - Free- MlalL "Japan" - Kirk. "Empress of All Russia" . ,Noble. New adult books: "Indian Summer" - Knowles. "The Disturbing ,Death of De- almey Jenkins"-Bonner. "The Mood for Murder". Sell- Young GOP Meet Tues. The Crook County Young Re- publicans will meet Tuesday, Aug. 9 at 8 pzn. in Moorcraft at the home of Leonard McCuilough. It is expected that county and state candidates will attend the session. Has Heart Attack W. L. (Sw~te) Nussbaum, Sun- dance businessman, is recovering from a heart attack suffered . Thursday afternoon. Nussbaum is being treated in Crook County Memorial HospRal. His wife said that he began feeling ill Thursday morning and checked into the hospital about 3 that afternoon. The report Wednesday morn- ing from the hospital is that he is "doing real good." Fourteen Attend Election School Fourteen election judges and clerks attended a half-day elec- tion workshop July 29 at the Crook County Coarthouse. They were instructed in elec- tion procedures by Francis Hejde, county clerk, and Cecil Hughes, county attorney. Attending the meeting were Iris Dillavou, Kate Donaldson, Florence Brunson, Victor French, Jessie Pearson, James Whom, Mrs. Edith Blakeman, Mrs. Elva Crago, Mrs. Jessie Callquist, Mrs *Lee Kummerfeld, Mrs. Estelene Williams, ~-nestr ~ White, Pe~n Smith and FAbert Zimmerschied. Special Elk August 10 Application for special elk permit (to hunt cows end ant leress elk) is due Wed, Aug. 10 instead of Aug. 20 as pie- viously announced. The permits must be in the Cheyenne office of the Wy- oming Game and Fish Com- mission by 5 p.m. Aug. 10, Game Warden Frank Saggs reported this week. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors for the lovely cards and those who vi~Ited me while I was in the hospital. A special thanks to Dr. Hudson and the hospital staff. Ann Schmitgen THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance. Wyo. ~ Aug. 4, 1966 Ron Carr of Sundance Mats takes a healthy cut at the bail in Sunday's game agaisnt Gillette. Sundance lost 6.4 but showed con- siderable improvement over the previous week when the same team 31-2.- is John Baswell of lette catcher is HugheS. SSGT Joseph Hirko, Jr., mem- ber of the Sundance Air Force Station golf team, shows a di- visional golf tournament trophy to Lt. Col. Jasper DeBruler, commander of the station. The AFS golfers won the 30Oh Air Division meet at week (I to r) A2C Glenft Col DeBruler, Hirko Fred Crawford. picture are A2C man and SSGT Jamat Air Force For Big Roast lamb will top the menu at this year's Community Day Feed, Saturday, Aug. 13. The lamb will be supplemented by beans, coffee, potato chips and buns. Serving tables will be set up in the street east of Sundance Drug. The lunch will begin af- ter the parade. The feed is sponsored by the Sundance Commercial Club and the Crook County Wool and Lamb Growers Association. Last year about 1,200 persons were fed. Members of the wool and lamb assciation donating lamb include Earl Dillinger, Dee Clark, Fran- ces Bailou, Harley Rathbun, Rog- er Rathbun, Meritt Barton, Jw. ,Nuchois, Max Evans, Richard Snider, ~llen Edwards, Keith ~McDonald, Bill .I~bban, Harlan Williams, Fritz Chatfleld, and the Mills Land and Livestock Co., ~ne. Ralph E. Mills, Jr., is pres- ident of ,the wool growers group. Auxiliary members of the as- sociation will supervise the roast- ing of the lamb. Mills says he hopes the feed will result "in more people becoming familiar with the taste of lamb." Win Division The 731st Radar team, Sundance Air tion, Wyoming, blazing nine holes championship trophy Air Division golf The contest was hart Golf Course on Force Base, Omaha, The Sundance two strokes going 18 holes, but van,tsge and went nine tied .for first Chandler, Minn., Air tion. Standings shifted last nine as victor with a stroke margin. Repi~esenting were: SSGT James SSGT Joseph Hirko, Frederick H. ,Glenn D. Harrison, on T. Lipham. SSGT Weldon nosy 30th Air Divisioin pete in the 10th Air amer~t at Riehards Force Base, Mo. THE SUNDANC! Sl.~,xlence, Wyo. A Genuine to the residents of Crook County for the ation they've given me during my two County Commissioner. Your support for the Republican Commissioner in the Aug. 16 primary will be deeply appreciated.