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t t ain Shows m~ ii,i PAGE I0 THE SUNDANCE TIMES O O SEPTEMBER 12, 1996 by Mary Jean Wilson In a fast paced telephone inter- view on Friday, September 6, U.S. Rep. Barbara Cubln discussed briefly Ranch A, the proposed name change for Devils Tower, campaign issues and the cruise missile at- tacks on Iraq. Some of the major areas of op- position to the bill to turn over Ranch A to WyOming are water rights and boundaries according to Cubin. Other concerns are the cost of operating the property and rehabilitating the buildings which have been allowed to deteriorate. She said that some of that cost can come from fees for use of the pre- mises; some will be raised by the Ranch A Restoration Foundation. Cubin was able to assure the House that the trout s treams would be managed as they always have been. She also assured them that the buildings would be rehabili- tated and that the place would be open to the public, both In Wyo- ming and other states, for educa- tional purposes. When asked about the proposed name change for Devils Tower, Cubin said It is "mystifying to me". She went on to say that at a recent visit with Deb Liggett, Superinten- dent of Devils Tower, she asked If there was any plan to change the name and was told "no". Cubin called the trip to Salt Lake City, Tyr to the United States Board on Geographic Names to make a pro- posal to change the name unnec- essary, and needless spending at a time when they are trying to cut expenses. Legislation to stop the name change has been drafted by Cubin. ads from support groups that have been aired without the candidate's knowledge oK permission, Cubln said that they are not a good way to run a campaign. She also noted that while she has ways of getting them stopped, and has, other candidates do not have the lever- age to do so. Some of the ads come from a national congressional committee which makes the ads purporting to show that a given candidate is the wrong one for the job. Others comes from labor and environmental groups. In response to a questions about the cruise missile strike against Iraq, Cubin said that there is pretty much universal support in Con- gress. She added that we cannot allow terrorists activity to continue. She hopes that the situation is in hand. Lucian Herbert Robinson, Jr. Funeral services for lifetime resi- dent Lucian Herbert Robinson, Jr., 75, of MoorcroR were heldFrlday, September 6, 1996 at FirstBaptist Church in Mo0rcroR with the Rev. Bob Smoot officiating. Interment with military honors by the American Legion Post #50 followed in Moorcroft Cemetery, Moorcro Lucian died September 2, !996 at the Ft. Meade VA Medical Cen- ter. He was a retired rancher and businessman. He was the son of Lucian Herbert Stating that the monolith was and EmilyMary (Sapp)Robinson, named in 1875, Cubtn said she born on March 26, 1921 at the feels it should stay as is. Cubin RobinsonRancheastofMoorcroR. feels that Liggett does not appreci- ate the pioneers who adopted the Lucian attended school In MoorcroR for I I years. name "Devils Tower", and their He married Myrnla Wright of Se- contributions to the west and its atfle, WA in June of 1942. On economy. She thinks that enough December I0, 1942 he Joined the compromises with the Indians have U.S. Navy. On June 2, 1943 he was been made in the climbing regu- honorably discharged. In 1944 fattens and other areas, that the Myrnia and Lucian were divorced. Indians should be willing to corn- On February 14, 1947 he mar- promise in this. Concerning campaign issues, ried Helen Magdeline Bohlman of Cubin said that there are no sur- New England. ND at Miles CityMT prises. Constituents mostly want and they lived in Moorcroi They social welfare reforms and lower were divorced but remarried and during this time they had four taxes. She supportsa 15%taxcut, boys and one daughter. In 1959 noting that when President Reagan cut taxes it didn't work because Lucian moved his family from Congress doubled spending, MoorcroR to Ranchester where he something that Cubin says this owned a ranch in partnership with Congress won't do. She said that his brother. Helen and Lucian di- vorced in 1968 and in the spring of Congress has already cut more than 1969 he sold the ranch. anticipated for the first year; that it may total as much as $20 blllion by On February 9, 1968 Lucian married Mary Ann Brown Porteus the end of this term. at Buffalo, WY and they lived in Cubin also discussed the klnd of Dayton, WY. Thesummer of 1969 campaigns beingwaged. She called Lucian moved Ids new family back the Senate campaign hlghkey, based largely on "attack ads. On to MoorcroR. He adopted her two the contrary, the House campaigns children in 1970. They bought the are low key, based primarily in Black Dragon Bar which they re- issues and achievements, named Silver Spur Bar and sold three years later. In response to a question about Lucian's biggest hobby was his NOP.11I[P.N C II"- EMA I k 4,~I,?~@ lq'.]l~,-lll III fill IIl'.'II~II II[II~ I'II 2 7:15 & 8:lS 3 7:00 & 0.~S I~ 4:0~7~004k2S 4 quarter horses, his two favorites were Rex and Salt L/cl He enjoyed helping out at the ranch when he could, being around livestock, and being with his family, especially his grandchildren. He also enjoyed traveling, bowling, shooting pool, watching football, baseball and rodeos, a young man he had enjoyed team roping and rodeos. Lucian was a life member in the American Legion Post #25 of Moorcrofl where he served as the chaplain for many years. Survivors include his wife, Mary Ann; five sons: Lucian Ill, Maples, FL; Brad, Ingomar, MT;, Rocky, SEAl/cuxXl;~ MoorcroR; Mark, Klamath Falls, mco ts CAU OR; and Doran, Clayton, NM; one daughter, Sharon, MoorcroR; I I 111 daughter. Also surviving are one brother, Alden Robinson. CUP Moorcroft; three sisters: Elotse TIN McAlllster, Casper, WY; Joyce (EVIN COSTNER Adler, Sheridan, WY; and Beverly , , Swinton, Casper, WY: one aunt, S, ~e fllmg.~ m li/i, /~/.,1 ,,l,l"t [h' d.~/,/diili"l, Helen Zlmmerschled, Sundance, PHENOMENON wYand numerous nieces, nephews ]OliN TRAVOLTA ~ and cousins. Preceding him in death were his MAKE THE UNWANTED POUNDS & FEEL I WILL OFFER AEROBICS BODY SCULPTING CLASS Sept. 18- Oct. 19 The emphasis will be on the lower body - stomach, legs, thighs, bottom. Drop pant sizes while working toward a healthier you. < ADULT JAZZERCIZE CLASS CHOICE TO TAKE OFF THOSE GREATI Oct. 21 - Nov. 23 Emphasis on using dance technlclue to improve cardiovascular health and shed unwanted pounds. Registration for both classes will be held Sept. 16, 7 p.m., beck room of the Dime Horseshoe Bar. Space Is limited .First Come. First Served. See you them. JERRY LYNN NYGAARD parents, a baby daughter, one grandson and one sister. A memorial has been established to Frontier Home Health. Sun- dance, WY. ,Linda Crawford, Hulett teacher filing herpetition, take notice of the new for the past three years, has filed a A hearing on the matter before sweatshirts and new Max Svoboda petition for an Alternative Writ of DlstrictJudge DanI~ Price, II was MandateagainsttheCrookCounty originally scheduled for September displayon a Max Svoboda,. 61, of Beatty, Ne- School District #1 and against 10. 1996 but has been continued The) the copy rights to the vada, died on August 17, 19961n JeffreyS. Carrier, Superintendent to October 22. Sundance Kid on the Beatty. Services and burial were claiming improper termination of posters.The held there on August 22, 1996. contract and asking for damages. Museum and Gallery copy right since 1972. Svoboda was the son of Ed andCrawford was notified on March Millle Svoboda of Hulett, 25, 1996 that her contract as a tO change hours The Crook teacherwould be terminated at the Art Gallery are in the erecting a Memorial Florence Margaret end of the school year. Thereason The time is nearing when the tribute to all who have s0l given was that she had failed to Museum and Art Gallery will beously given to the " Bunney maintain satisfactory control over going back to their regular season memorial donations. Former county resident Florence herstudentsduringthethreeyearshours of 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The staffat the Margaret Bunney. 95, died Sept. she had taught. Monday through Friday. As of SOp- coming up with new I0 at a nursing home in BelleIn her petition, Crawford saystember 13 the extended hours for fortheexhibitsfortheneXtS Fourche. Services will be held that she was denied hearings on the summer season will end. They They try to improve and Friday, Sept. 13at10a,m, atFt, the termination by the Board and are happy to announce they had a certain areas for each neW ~ Meade Chapel with burial in Black by Carrier. She further states that great season with an average of so t Hills National Cemetery. Arrange- she requested the hearings within I000 visitors per month for the to view on a yearly ments are under the direction of the stipulated time limit, months of June, July. August and mountain lion case Campbell Funeral Home, Rapid In their reply, the District claims September. reality along with City. that she was not entitled to aThe staff and board of dlrectors of Dr. Survivcrs include a foster hearing because she was notified extend an invitation to all to visit ready for the public to daughter. Helen Cole, Sundance; of the termination within the proper the Museum and Art Gallery andvery near future. and a grandson, James Bunney,time limit prior to the letting of Belle Fourche. contracts. They also claim she did not follow requisite procedure for Life Is Precious,,, to a report Just released by the Wyoming State Geological Survey. According to the August 1996 Wyoming Geonotes publication, " yoming's bentonite industry has recovered from its slump in the 1980's. Bentonite production in- creased to 4,227,040 tons, which is almost 30% more than tn 1994. This makes 1995 the third highest production year, behind only 1981 and 1979, respectively. Most of the increase production is due to non-traditional and in- novative uses for bentonite, such as molding clay for foundry casts, as a binder in taconlte pellets, as a material for absorbing environ- mentally sensitive wastes, and in the control of animal waste. Entire TREVOR HOFF plants in Wyoming are devoted to Teen Challenge Christian the latter, most of which is made Academy ofSundance announces into kitty litter" Crook county the graduation Trover Hell. currenflyhasthreeactivebentonite Trover came to Teen Challenge sites In the northeast comer near in May of 1905 from Arizona. Colony. He has been leader among the There was one successful oil we]] young men for Imost ten inCrookCountyrecently.FlyingJ. months. Shortly after arriving, Ofl and Gas. lnc. drilled a producing the six young men ahead of him well northwest ofMoorcrofl- Awell graduated from the pr~gram. ~ test recovered 1.628 feet of off in fine young man stepped up to the Minnelusa Formation. The the challenge, proved to himself closest Minnelusa well is about a he can aeoomplish whatever he mile and a half north on the Crook/ determinuwithinhimaslftodo. Campbell Co. llne. There has been Teen Challenge has two types a slight increase in the number of of graduation, one for high permits for seismic projects in the ~hool, o.~4 the other is referred area, and there have been I0 re- to am ' Fhe Program". Trover is quests for drilling permlts in 1996. "Program" graduate, wh/ch con- There were eight new leases of sistsofeompletingbookreports, Federal off and gas tracts on U.S. school work, memory verses as Bureau ofLand Management lands well as working on personal orand four new leases for off and gas family issues that brought thetracts by the State Land and Farm student to Teen Challenge. Loan board in June 1998. All of Teen Challenge is very proud of, these new leases are in the western Trover. I/3 of Crook County. The prices paid for Wyoming oil this year are the highest since the Gulf War in 1990. averaging $18.10 per barrel in the first half of this year. tr__ ==r ~--_ ===- ~= by Gone Otde On/versity Extension Educator Crook County Mineral ProduoUon Shows Some Improvement in 1996 The.re ts good news for some types of mineral exploration and pro- ductlon in Crook County according ]~rJ~e8 Rich Anthony Gill, Sundance. WY and Shelby Mlchelle Rogers, Sun- dance, WY. Simple as A B C Always Buy Classifieds Texaco Rawlings While Supplies Last W. Hwy. 14 & 1-90 Sundance 283-2240 II I I Take Care Of Yours Practice breast self.examinatiom Talk your doctor. Have physical c including a mammogram, regularly. Visit our Mammography Mobile your community. Call 283-2476 for appointment. Crook County Memorial Hospital ember 17 "A DIVISION OF RADIOLOGY ASSOCIATES, Prof. 716 Q ncy St. Rapid City, SD In cooperation with the American Fully accredited by the American College of Radtolog) Drug Administmt~on. I As we have sold the Red Ranch headquarters and are sell the following machinery, supplies, and equipment at located 6 miles west ol Beulah, WY, on 1-90, off at Aladdin mi. SW on frontage road, west at the Red Ranch mailbox, 2 mileS t site, or from the west go 11 miles east from Sundance, WY frontage road to the Red Ranch mailbox. Sale Time: 10:30 am CRAWLER TRACTOR: Terex Model 82-30 crawler, power shift, full U dozer with tilt, turbo, 235 HP Detroit engine, 2 way fan, 1322 hr. since overhaul, tracks and rollers 50%. MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT: Farmall Model H, WF, PS, 12 live hydraulics, with mounted Farmhand F10 loader; Massey Model 92 combine, super cab, AC, PS, chaff blower, 16 foot recent engine overhaul; Foster serf dump chaff trailer, Sund pickup attachment for MF 92; 150 bushel covered grain hopper discharge, tandem trailer, PTO ddven; IH Model 550 plow 5 X beams, 3 Point semi-mount w/depth gauge; IH Model 55 high chisel plow w/32 inch shanks; Two John Deere Model 9000 grain drill, 10 foot X 7 Inch double disc, grass, fertilizer, double John Deere Model 9000 hoe drill, 10 foot X 10 Inch full condition; John Deere Model 220 18 foot disc, w/duals, h wingS, mulcher; John Deere Model 100 three point, 10 condition; Massey-Harris 12 foot heavy duty off-set disc, foot affalfa muicher, 3 point w/gauge wheels; Two John Deers 512 center ddve rod weeders, 12 foot each, hydraulics, weights overhaul, dual hitch; John Deere rod weeder attachment for IH chisel plow; Massey Ferguson Model 36 serf propelled swather, foot drapper head; Clipper 3 screen commercial grain treater, extra screens, 2 HP electric motor, 4 inch X 12 foot feed mounted on tandem trailer; grain roller, PTO driven, on positive ddve; Mayrath Compact 6 X 52 grain auger PTO electric driven on rubber; 6 X 28 grain auger gas engine, hydraulic on rubber; 4 X 12 grain auger w/4 X 4 foot flex, foot hay elevator w/electric motor; Two round bale wheel 17 foot long, other is tandem w/13 foot bed; 1955 truck, 5 compartments, 800 gel, w/PTO pump; Farmhand including 12 X 12 hay and 5 tooth grapple for F10 10 X 9 special 9 X 6 bale attachment for small sq bales, Pole-Well puller-winch, PTO operated, 24 foot'high, 3/4 inch IHC truck with roller tail; Bulk seed handling system containers, stacked and dumped w/front end loader; system. LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT: Cattle squeeze chute w/self electric power squeeze, work either side, unique system; foot corral panels, one with rlde through gate; electric supplies and equipment; loading chute; Spray-Dip livestock COLLECTOR VEHICLES AND HORSE DRAWN Dodge 4 door; 1936 Chevrolet standard; walking plow; horSe machinery. SEEDS: Ranger cleaned alfalfa seed; Oahe wheat grass; cloVett oat and barley seed ready to use. MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT: Craftsman 10 inch=radial Hobart 200 amp continuous welder, 325 max, 6 cylinder gas w/idle control and skid mounted; 500 and 1000 fuel tanks on Duplex machinery hitch, Ford truck trailer; radiators; pickup tool box; B & S Model 23 stationary engine, new for Implements; twine; oll pumps; cans and buckets; lronof all dascriptions; large amount of scrap iron; several wood posts; barbed and smooth wire; plus many other accumulated over a lifetime in the community. TERMS: Cesh Lunch Owners: Orville D. (Pete) and (June) Harper, trustees (307) 283-1 (307) 283-2911 SOYD Spe~m~ S42-3~ 0S C.LSm~: Mac Mo~r~, wayne t.~me~