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September 27, 1973

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Judge Paul T. Liamos Jr. has set a hearing in district court here Tuesday on a request by Crook county resident A. J. Maur- er Jr. for a preliminary injunc- tion against Meritt and Caroline Barton, Sundance and Upton ranchers. In an action filed in district court Sept. 21, Maurer asked for a temporary restraining order and preliminary and permanent injunctions against the Bartons. he located placer mining claims on U. S. government property and that on Sept. 13, 1973, Barton approached Meric David Gigear, a surveyor employed by Maurer, and ordered him not to enter upon lands owned by Barton. In his suit, Maurer said it is necessary and imperative that he and his employees cross lands owned by the Bartons to reach the government land to perfect their placer mining claims. The court granted the temper- He said in his suit he is entitled ary restraining order Sept. 21 in to a temporary restraining order which the Bartons, their agents restraining the defendants from and employees are restrained and interfering in any manner with enjoined from interfering .with Maurer's rights of ingress and free access upon or along public egress to and from the placer or private roads on the Bartons mining claims owned by Maurer lands to gain access to certain on government land. placer mining claims. Maurer's atteorney is John E. Maurer said that in July 1973, Ackerman, Casper. Friday, Sept. 28 Football - Upton at Sundance, 3:30 p.m. Crook County Farm Bureau Harvest Festival - 6:30 p.m., Sun- ny Divide Community Hall. Saturday, Sept. 29 Annual meeting, Tri-County Electric Association, high school gymnasium, Sundance, registra- tion 10 a.m. - 6 p.m., free bar- becue 11:30 a.m., business meet- ing 1:30 p.m. Hulett Roping Club barbecue and meeting, 11 p.m., Hulett ro- deo grounds. Monday, October 1 Sundance City Council, 8 p.m., city hall. Tuesday, October 2 AA meeting, 8 p.m., Lutheran Church basement, Sundance. Friday, Oct. 5 Devils Tower VFW Post, 8 p. m., VFW ttall, Sundance. Slack sets, shirts and slacks for boys and girls, t[rom infants to sizes 7 by Health-Tex at the Jack and Jill Sbo9. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Stmdance, Wyo. Sept. 27, 1973 Cig Tax Funds Received by City The Wyoming Department of Revenue has distributed ciga- rette tax money based on sales made during July. From the distribution, Sun- dance received $778.62; Moor- croft, $~6.76; Hulett, $E71.05; and Crook county, $717.07. Other figures for this area of Wyoming were: Upton, $629.83; Newcastle, $3,043.27; Gillette, $8,861.15; Weston county, $213.95, and Campbell county, $200.96. Local FHA Girls Plan Activities Plans for future activities were made during a meeting of the Sundance Future Homemakers of America chapter Sept. 12. Some members of the chapter will serve the Rebekah dinner Sept. 27. The chapter will also present the colors during basket- ball games and wrestling match- es, except at tournament time. The program of work for the year includes self improvement and dating problems, a l Continued From First Page) erintendent Alan Edwards said the fair board is planning to build a new fair exhibit hall and that the board has offered the old building to the city free if the city will pay the moving cost. The council agreed to accept the offer. Cost of moving the building will be $400. It will be moved to the landfill site where it will be used to house the Caterpillar tractor and also pro- vide office space for the city employee on duty at the dump. Mayor Ray Buckman briefly discussed the Sundance-Crook County Ambulance Service. The city is sponsor for the project. Buckman said the state pays $5500 toward the cost of the am- bulance. The mayor said approximately $1500 has been collected in the county and that a pledge of an- other $1000 has been made. Total cost of the ambulance is $9,000. SUNDANCE WESLEYAN CHURCH Rev. Arnold LaRue Sunday School - 10 a.m. Worship Services - 11 a.m. Thirty-five contestants were on hand Sunday when the Crook County Horsemen's Association held its third and final playday of the summer. Events were held at the Sundance rodeo arena. At a meeting of the association prior to the playday, Morris Con- nally was re-elected president. Other officers are Dean Bush, vice president; Gayle Mathews, secretary-treasurer; Marge Link- later, publicity chairman; Ed lViathews, Sundance director; Don Williams, Moorcroft director; and Harley Rathbun, Hulett director. The association reminded in- terested persons that dues are $5 per year for a family and may be sent to Box 513, Sundance. In Sunday's competition, Dana Linklater scored 45 points to be named all-around cowgirl for the day. Rhonda Bush was runner- up with 40 points. Breakaway Roping under 15, Rick Shaw. Breakaway Roping over 15, 1. Albert Proctor, 2. Dick Shaw. Continued from First Page board took no action and tabled the subject for further study. The board also studied salary consideration for Cynthia Stew- art, who was hired to teach for nine weeks at Sundance but who taught only 11 days. The board agreed to pay her for the 11 days teaching at regular substitute wages. Sundance teacher Hugh Pal- mer presented a proposal for a track around the present foot- ball field at the fairgrounds in Sundance. The project would use volunteer labor and county equip- All-around cowboy for the Sun- ment. dance Playday was Jerry Rath- Board members approved fund- bun with 29 points.Rick Shaw ing for the proposedtrack. mad Chad Mathews tied for the Student council members from rurmerup spot with 13 points. Hulett with president Kent Nei- All-around cowgirl for the year man as spokesman appeared be- was Rbonda Bush with 92 points, fore the board and presented a She received a trophy donated proposal for a dress code for the by Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson. Hulett school. Dana Linklater was runnernp The board said the proposal with 78 points, will be sent to Hulett parents for Jerry Rathbun, with 50 points, approval and, if majority express was named all-around cowboy their approval, the board will for the year and received a tro- give its approval. ~hy given by Mr. and Mrs. Chuck The board also heard a pro- ollard. Runnerup was Rick posal for adult education at the Shaw with 18 points. Hulett ~hool and gave its ap- Results in Sunday's playday proval to adults classes at all events were: three schools. Barrel Race 12-14, 1. Jodi Shaw, 2. Janet Linklater. Barrel Race 15-19, 1. Rhonda Bush, 2. Jolene Rathbun. Goat Tying (teams 5-11) 1. Jerry Rathbun-Dana Linklater, 2. Sharyl Sapp-RaDona Sapp, 3. Jerry Rathbun-Rick Shaw. Coat Tying 12- 14, 1. Toni Robinson, 2. Janet Linklater. GoaJt Tying 15-19, L Carla Linklater , 2. Rhonda Bush. Pole Bending 5-11, 1. Dana Linklater, 2. RaDona Sapp, 3. tie between Tim Bush-Dawn Nuckolls. Pole Bending 12-14, 1. Jodi Shaw, 2. Toni Robinson. Pole Bending 15-19, 1. Dee Robinson, 2. Jolene Rathbun. Egg Race 5-11, 1. RaDona Sapp, 2. Dana Linklater, 3. Dawn Nuckolls. l~lat~ls.E [~ Race 12-14, Rodney Board members denied a re- quest from Noe Coto, who asked that he be placed on the BA plus 40 hours step on the salary schedule although he is short one hour. Isolation requests were consid- ered during the meeting. All were approved. A petition from Jw Nuckolls was revised to 12 cents a mile while a petition from Stev- en Wood was disapproved until further information is received. Xi Mu Sorority Members Hear Dr. Kenneth Collier Dr. Kenneth Collier was the featured speaker Monday night during the regular meeting of Xi Mu sorority chapter. Marsha Newlin was hostess for 13 chapter members at the TCEA hospitality room. Dr. Colher gave a program, "Better Thinking," for Vera Som- BUEggsh. Race 15-19, 1. Rhonda mers. He showed a film on 2. Carla Linklater. common behavior and discussed Keyhole Race 5-11, Jerry Rath- Iron, 2. Chad Mathews, 3. Tim Bush. Keyhole Race 12-14, 1. Janet Linklater, 2. Toni Robinson. Keyhole Race 15-19, 1. Carla Linklater, 2. Rhonda Bush. Rescue Race, 1. Carla Link- later-Dana Linklater, 2. Rhonda ]Bush-Chad Mathews. it with the group. The film show- ed how to encourage or discour- age various behavior. The sorority also decided to give charm bracelet stars at the end of the year for perfect at- tendance and best program. Next meeting of the chapter will be held Oct. 8 at the home of Gayle Mathews. We Have This stock trailer is in excellent condition, has sheep decks BALE WAGON Excellent Condition Ph. 283-1355 Sundance