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PAGE 2 THE SUNDANCE TIMES OCTOBER 15, 1987 TIlE ~UNDANCE TIMES Continuing The ('rook County News Publication #USPC 526-720 Second Class Postage Paid at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Entered as Second Class Matter in the Post Office at Sundance, Wyoming 82729 Member National Newspaper Assocation The Sundance Times is a legal newspaper for all publications Telephone: Area Code 307-283-3411 Published Every Thursday by THE SUNDANCE TIMES, INC. Howard Allen, Publisher Mary Yeadon, Office Manager Deanna Ericsson, Typesetter NOTE: if changing address, please include former address. Also give zip code, box or street address. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to The Sundance Times, P.O. Box 400, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. S.UBSCRIPTION RATES To P.O. Addresses in Wyoming and Butte, Lawrence and Carter Counties, $9.00 per year. to P.O. Addresses outside Wyoming, $10.50 per year. Minimum Subscription, 6 months-S6.00 POSTAL REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT SUBSCRIPTIONS BE PAID IN ADVANCE DEADLINE: 5 P.M. MONDAY OF WEEK TO BE INSERTED WANT AD RATES: 15c per word each insertion to be paid in advance. MINIMUM CASH INSERTION $1.50 MINIMUM CHARGE INSERTION $2.50 Dear Editor: Annie Antelope, who roams at will in the Sundance landfill area, was a bottle baby. She was born on the Loren O'Haver ranch in June, 1986. Gall O'Haver raised her after her mother abandoned her. Annie left the O'Haver ranch in late April, 1987 and went across highway 585 into the foot-hills of the Black Buttes. The little antelope eventually made her way, by early June, to the Sundance landfill. Annie found a caring benefactor in Genevieve Redfield who has nursed her through several serious injuries. I'm sure the pleasure she has given children, as well as grownups, far outweighs the nuisance she may seem to be. Shooting Annie is about as sporting as killing a neighbor's pet pony, calf, lamb, dog or cat. Sincerely, Gall O' Hayer Werre's Celebrate 50th anniversary Approximately 175 people western band finished the even- ing. The event was hosted by Werre' s daughters and families, Marcie and Dick Saul, B0yd and David of Lingle, Wyo., and Carole and Dick Kellum of Newell, S.D. The two large cakes, one chocolate and the other ~vhite were made by Polly Werre and decorated by Joyce Wagaman of Sundance. All three of Cal's sisters and two hunbands were in atten- dance, Emery and Lillian Price, Hamilton, Mont.; Everett and Evelyn Bowdon, Highmore, S.D.; and Berenice Carlson of Sheridan, Wyo. Polly is the only one left of her immediate family but three gathered at Ft. Devils Tower of her nieces and husbands Sunday, October 4, from 4 p.m. were able to attend the anniver- until 9:30 p.m. to honor Cal and sary celebration. They are: Polly Werre on the occasion of Clarence and Albina Wolfe, their 50th wedding anniversary. Corvallis, Mont. ; John and The social time started at 4 Florence Young, Decker, p.m. followed by a buffet meal Mont. ; and Joe and Ann at 6:00 and dancing to a country Askmit, Sheridan. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column inch $4.00 CARDS OF THANKS $3.50 ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: EXTRA LONG CARDS OF TtlANKS $7.00 | |N EWLIN BLACK FACE READER ADV. per line 35c PUBLISHER'S NOTE: ' 1 Apartments 1 All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to / the Federal.Fair Housing Act of 1968 which makes it illegal to ~ advertise "any preference, limitation, or discrimination ~ based on race, color, religion, sex, or national origin, or an Marilyn Hymn attends 4-H Mini - Storage t ! in'tention to make any such preference, limitation orForum in Washington discrimination.-" Marilyn Ryan, Aladdin, t Call returned home this week from The newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising metropolitan Washington, D.C. - ~ -;~ for real estate which is in violet,,,, of the law. Our readers [ 283-2812 are informed that all dwellings advertised in this newspaper where she attended the ~ are available on an equal opportunity basis. National 4-H Volunteer Leader ~ ~3-2345 Z~ffEffS~ O~I participantsFrum'NutritinRyan WaSwhoOnereceivedOf thetravel76 Edwards' Saddlery " ..... ' scholarships from Campbell , . Soup Company of Camden, ~ Dennis Edwards N.J., as partial support for the ",~,, , /- Dear Editor: , forum. Ryan described the most ~ ~ ~ . :' The editorial in the Casper Tribune, 'Wolf Survey Bites outstanding aspect of the ~~'~.~'~.~'U Wyoming Delegation , is interesting, but I very much doubt the program as sharing ideas and veracity of a survey bye col!ege student, learning materials with the 1~2~*(lt I am a current "old timer' at 64 years of age, I grew up on a whole United States. ,~% q~ij ,~_ ~ ~ ranch when the "old timers ' were people who had lived with the Ryan, other volunteer leaders "~.ItI,~" wolf which ran over much of Wyoming and Montana. My dad and from 36 states, Puerto Rico and 220 OaR Box 821 his brother came to Wyoming in 1909 and homesteaded. I will say Canada and Cooperative Ph. 307-283-2033 so~ ~9 here, and positively, that these old timers who lived during the wolf Extension System staff partici- era hated the wolf with a vengeance. A book could be written on the pated in the September 12-17 Sundance, Wyoming stunG,, so sTzBs In Slate 1-80C 742-0081 wolf stories they told. Stories of finding horses on the range totally forum at the National 4-H .... - - -" - ~ Bu~ ~z4333 Out 0t slat, 1.800.84387t~ croppled by wolves but still alive. Wolves coming up to the ranch Center in Chevy Chase, MD. corral to kill calves, wild game partially eaten up yet still alive to die The forum provided information ~~'~"~@ ~I a horrible death. Wolves killing or croppling cattle just to kill. on trends and research in food, Wolves killing 70 sheep in one nigh! just for the fun of killing. Our nutrition, health, fitness, jobs Bob's Spraying present day ecology wonders don t know that the pasttime on and careers and examined the ranches before radio and TV was getting together and visiting. I implications of implementing a @ . v ~ Fencing: wood, steel or listened for hours on the tragedy and suffering of animals caused food/nutrition curriculum in t ,Serwce ; ~ ,repair by wolves. 4-H. ~ ~ ~ Weed control: liquid or~ It is interesting that people, who never lived with the wolf, now Throughout the week work- ~ 0 ~ pellet discredit the legacy of the wolf and his destructiveness. (They only shops focused on using time as t Spra Coupe and 0 Professional, talk about the ecosystem and balance of nature). Would these a resource, evaluation @ Pickup Unit ~ Dependable Service people desirethat the world reinstitute the malaria swamps for the techniques for programs, ? CALL FOR FREE ~ Since 1980 ; mosquito to have its habitat back? ProbablYthey could find that all identifying and using resources, t* ESTIMATES ~ : [307] 283-2681 those gories about sw~s and malaria w~~ll Would eating disorders, career ~ Ph, 283-2108 ~ ~ S~ Wy. they ~courage t~Oput~,~Rofr~tlesnakes~t~_~s and on possi1~ilities related to food and ~t ,- : Sundance ~ ~to~ir~t~tlt.~it~_~__._~#t~r~t the c i~en'slp!~~j:~A~~ all the~O~~mne~:':~, inno~d.~nutrition .;~.~****,~**~m time. the e vironmentat wonoers mete nmgs nave projects and programs, fitness rights. ' and food, and food encounters , ,** The Park people are concerned about the elk in Yellowstone Park through computers as tools for needing wolves to control the numbers. They forget that there are teaching. Industry experts also literally thousands of sportsman hunters who would pay dearly to provided participants with kill an elk and not waste the meat,. A drawing could be held for the ~ strategies for creating the ideal fl' privilege and the Park Service would have money, other than more learning environment and dis- -I taxes, to upkeep the parks. By the way, do the environmental cussed personal development ROCK-CHIPRED WINDSHIELDS REPAIRED Cousins attending included: Elmer Beoppla and daughter, Marian Norhe, both of Chicago, Ill.; Ramona Mehloff and Alma Nerbas, Bozeman, Mont. Florence and John Young of Decker, Mont., composed a poem depicting Cal and Polly's life over the past 50 years. It was very well written and enjoyed by all that read. Several old former neighbors of dan area as well as area attended the bration and time. honoring Hazel Hodocker On Her 80th Birthday Saturday, October 17 2 to4 P.M. First Baptist Church, Moorcroft All friends are invited to come and have cake and help Hazel celebrate her birthday. ill,I,,llll,.l,,ll,ll,lllll I~ i GENE S ! The Rower & '| BodyWork , ~_~,~ | 24 Hr. Wrecker Service| * Gene Snell, Owner I ~ ~ SI :R' D,liv 307-283-1941 "' to =" Mending g a~ your sewing ,o~ ~ t eed~ N;: andmobUile~ds Drapes .~'j/,,7 /Quilt on City NI Open All Day CALL AFTER ~ P "~" PHONE Phillis Disney 283- 3588 Plumb!rig Heat,ng ~" L~ All your plumbing Office Ph. 283-1656 heating need~. Supplies Betty Haptonstail Repairs Broker-Owner 283-2828 Remodeling Bill Haptonstall 283-2828 . New ~,d :~ :: ,~,, Vil~ginia Kiplinirer. :. : ..~, n .... SPEARFISH ! CARE CENT Wide Selection of Quality wonders know that wolves eat about every kind of small animal and and self awareness. Eyewea r at R eaton able Pd ces that these would disappear as well as the big game?! The workshops and inter- HOUSE CALLS One of the things that I heard the old wolf trappers tell was that it action with volunteer and staff ~, 1 710 N. Ave. Don Magnell, Opt/clan Hur!: .. was not uncommon for a wolf to range over a 100 mile area! from other states enabled Monte Hamilton 746-3383 Spearfish 642-8430 B 30-5:30: Wed. B:3ues ll3t u (Incidentally I lived with the great old time wolf trapper, Perry participants to obtain new skills your Nevus METHODman . . Sat. 8:30-12:0 Ross, for a month in 1937.) He had spent nearly a life time as a wolf that could be adapted to the 4-H your insurance agent may pay for the repair ~ , trapper. ,, ,, programs in their own . ~ ,z~:~:::~::~m recent wolf kills of cattle and sheep nearYet the environmental know-it-alls Browning,are going Montana?t keep themlm communities. Ryannutritionaldevised a [v:':;;";:;:=;;" .... /a Body&- Repa confined within the parks! 1 wonder how many have read about the back home action plan that M'_ P AUTO BODY x involves sharing ~ Located at ll6 West St., Sundance ~ Auto told by people in Montana that over $50,000 had been spent by the ideas with 4-H members and i First alley on left on Mt. Moriah road ' Allen Computer Test Center government trying to get the family of wolves doing the killing, leaders. Now will the sweet wolf people, who want the wolves, be willing to The forum featured a day-long [ *Eight Years Experience in Sundance pay for the wolf carnage and sign up ahead of time to pay for this field trip to Campbell Soup's [ *ASE-Certified Auto Body and Paint Digital Engine Analyzers for all makes, models and ye and not assess all the people? headquarters in Camden where; .~ta. Technician Specializing in on*board computers and fuel ihjec Also, I believe that hunting in Wyomiv#g and Montana has been participants toured the test~ ~ systems. good for the economy, but with the mismanagement of our wild kitchen, took part in a micro- ~' ~J~.~Z~ * Air Brushing game by the Game Commissions, there is hardly any deer left in wave workshop and discussed [ ~ * Custom Painting 103 West Street - Sundance northeastern Wyoming and Southeastern Montana. We are having product regulations and foodI -m- * Free Estimates 2 8 3-2 3 1 6 a "Bucks only': season in our area and we haven't seen a buck all industry careers with company t Mike Leslie 283-2151 summer. If we ve got so much money to throw around, I suggest representatives. Ryan said the they plant some deer back here where the poor game management most interesting aspects and coyotes have obliterated them. By the way, once we had deer of the field trip was the cleanli- and no coyotes, now we have coyotes and no deer, Those with nest and efficiency of the plant. Terrv'x Machin common sense will bind a lesson on the wolf in this. Participants also attended _.._ e Are the wolf lovers trying to completely destroy all hunting? Who "Cabaret' at the Kennedy would make a trip to Wyoming to spend hundreds of dollars to find Center and toured Arlington Behind NAPA Store no game? Thinking they can bring wolves back to Wyoming and Cemetery, Lincoln,Jefferson keep them in the park only, without spending millions, is like and WaShington monuments. ***ALL AUTOMOTIVE AND thinking you can control a wild alley tom cat by saying "nice kitty ! They visited with the Food and I N DUSTRIAL MACH I N E WORK Everyone who enjoys hunting or a good elk or venison steak Drug Administration and the should pay attention as there will be neither if the wolf comes back. U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. I'm not much of ahunter except for meat and I haven t killed an Forum participants were Phone .~-L~-~.. animal myself in several years but I ve been given ,some e!k and selected on the basis of their venison steaks by hunter friends and it's as good as ever. I m for experience as 4-H leaders and Sundance the wild game that can benefit mankind and the hunters and their commitment to share ~F~ sportsmen. I know of no benefit to mankind or wild game from the acquired skills and knowledge ruthless wolf. . with others. The form was Anyone wanting a copy of the recent wolf killing of yearling cattle planned by a committee of I 0 ' ' " and sheep in Montana can send a SASE and we'll send a copy. volunteer leaders and staff : r. M,ke R=chey. 0pt0metr= The Freedom Prospector representing the Cooperative ~ 1710 N. Ave., Spearfish Eye Center R.A. Dick Mader Extension System of the state (next to Safeway) 642-8480 ' P.O. Box 699 land-grant universities and the Gillette, WY82716 U.S. Department of Agricul- 4 ture, which conducts the 4-H I Family Vision Care BI IM(3(J e nutrition forum is one of six t II Glaucoma & Cataract Evaluations national volunteer leader train- I I Certified to Use Diagnostic & Therapeuti inn programs arranged by Nptional 4-H Council in support Drugs Senior Citizen Discount~ EVBIY TUESDAY IIIrdlT AT 7:M PM of the 4-H program and SOND~ S~IU 0111~ _._..__.~E~I~R scheduled throughout the year. ~'e'~l~'~='~m''~lm'e~e'~e~m~e'~ For information on how you 1 1 IF YOU LIKE TO PLAY BINGO might become involved as a 4-H CASSlDY'S member or volunteer leader, COME ON IN, THIS IS FOR contact the Crook County EVERYONE, OF ALL AGES Extension office in Sundance. Ph. 283-2285 Sundan Starting Jack Pot-$50 School FOR LIVESTOCK & PETS Adding $5.00 each week, Hulett schedule 'l~uesday, Oct. 20 STOCK'SAI~I~ - WATER SO~ SALT A NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION Volleyball at Sundance, 5 C.O.B. & GRAINS & C~KE SmmYCU AmNG FOil TIE RIBLJO AND SBIM OITIZl[NS p.m. Friday, Oct. 23 Football at Wright, 4 p.m.