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October 30, 1969

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| A public hearing on the re- starts at the interchange over I StaCe Highway 585 and extends | |~alnder of Cbe Sundance 1-90 ! l .ai he held herea roximately 4.4 les [ |~. 4, the Wyoming Hi~l~way Iboadway proposed for the pro- | |~P~rtme~t said this week. ject consists of a standard roar- | |,~e meeting will ~be held a the lane interstate section with two [ ]~tlndar~ce school starting at 8 12-foot lanes in each direction. [ |D~. Maps, drawings and other infor- I |~rpose of the hearing is tomation developed by the WYO- -~r|~Ve all interested persons a ruing High,say Department are ! nee to become fully acquaint- |~:"" ~h the highway design pro- available for inspection and copy- ing at Che Wyoming Highway I ]- s ~or the ~rcject and to ex- Department's o~fice here from p I~eSSbetheir views. " ..... er. resident er gineer l~abert Street- I ] project, 1-904 (4) zw, Discussed during the Deeem- I~~heri,ff Henry Oudin said Tues- day ~at Charles R. Bunney, a ~k county na.ti.ve, started ~rk ,Monday as deputy sheriff. L'~ w~l~ operaCe out of the sber- W~ ~ffice here. [~A veteran 0 World War H and ~ttrKorean War, ~tmney served ~ years with the Wyoming ~cway Patrol being stationed | Cheyenne, Sheridan and New- [ tle. | ~unney is married and ~has two | ~s . one attending the Univer- [ ~Y of ,Wyoming and the other | Che U. S. Army. W ti0~ficers of the Sundanee Tele- ~i~n Association were re-elect- l- Friday night during a meet- "g ~ the association. ~Aw~ciatian of,ricers are C. F. , ken, president; Julius Hewes, ~e pre,siden; and Ivan Cress- n, secretary-treasurer. ~Cressman said the association ,_11 .not seek any dues for the 4870 year. ulte said the association plans .'~ raake a check this ~all of the ~.qUi~nent and translator towers ~a SUndance (Mountain. - Weston FU ber meeting here will be reloca- tion ass/stance programs provid- ed ~by the federa.1 and local gov- ernments and tentative schedules for right of way acquisition and construction. The departme~ said vcritten statemen,ts, resolutions or peti- tions and oral pre senCations will be accepted at the meeting. Other written testimony or sta,tements or exhibits pertain- ing o the project can be sub- mitted ~ter Che hearirtg until Dec. 15, 1969. ! in Action An Upton soldier, 1st LL. Stev- en ~oal, has been killed in ac- tion in Vietnam, the Department of the Army said Saturday. He was the son ~f Mr. and .Mrs. LaVerne ~oal, Dpton. Mrs. Boal is the daughter of Dr. J. F. Clarenbach, &~rmer lon g~ime Sufidance doctor nosy deceased. ~.aj. Gem Kenneth G. Wick- ham, in a telegram to the Boals, said the 24-year-o,ld soldier was killed in action Friday. The tele- gram said ~oal ~was .on a combat operation when an enemy force was encountercd. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Upton Episcopal Church. Roberts mortuary is in charge ~f arrange- merits. ~oal's Wife, Toni, resides in Sierra Vista, Ariz. Advisory Board M~ny of the hunters swarming into Crook county for the start of the deer season Saturday will be looking for a sight like this. Posed majestically against the skyline like some proud king of a fargone day, this mule deer buck was shot by Don Lee, Sun- dance school faculty member . but with a camera. Lee photographed the big buck in the Pete's G~p area north of Medicine Bow In 1964. Don Lee Photo CONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS SUNDANCE, WYOMING 82729 Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundance and U. S. Land Office WHITETAIL DEER CAPITAL TEN CENTS THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1969 OF THE WORLD PER COPY Seventy-first Year, Number 44 several years. The chairman said coyotes are defl,nRely on the increase and Chat the ~board hopes to keep Chem cut down to a poin where wool growers can live with them. C~a~field said ~he control pro- ,gram r~vill be continued as pre- viously. ~Ie said no poison is being used in the program but that cyanide ,guns are being used. In other business at the ses- sion, A~t Edsall, Alzada, was named to rephce Ra,wl Robinson an the ,board of directors while RiChard Snider, Sundance, suc- ceeds Keith ~onald on the ,board. J~v ,Nu,ekolls, Hu~et~, is secret. ary of the board. ~eritt Barton is also a member of the board. ACtending the meeing was Fred Christensen, state super. visor, Fish and Wildlife Service. 21-,~0 decision. Kickoff time in Friday's Newell game is set ~or 7:30 p.m. The iBulldogs are m trrently sporting a 7-I record and were tied by Upton for the Powder River conference championship. who spoiled the defeaCed season last year With a rever~ge against the :Irvl~ttor~ football season at Newe~l Friday ni ght and will be lo A g for Coach Dennis Talich's Sun- dance Bulldogs will wind t~p the $ T~e readings: 'Max.Min. Prec. Oct. 21 ................. 56 34 0 Oct. 22 .................. 65 37 0 Oct. 23 .................. 63 38 0 Oct. 24 .............. 61 30 0 Oct. 25 ................... 40 26 0 Oct. 26 ................... 3'5 21 T Oct. 27 .................... 46 15 0 Mrs. Jack Necklason, w.ho was lost from 9:30 a.m. until dark. Steve was found at dusk near Welcome by his father, shortly before a ,large search party was o set out. ,.Coyote numbers in Crook ~h?~y ere increasing, Fritz ~l~ ~oard, said Tuesday in re- I ~Win,g a meeting of the "board : ulett Oct. 18 ~tvChatfield said Cr~pper Tam [i: ~0y repo~ted there are plenty of ~ ~.YOtes in Che coun,ty and that L~eY are more nt~mercus this ~.',,mr th,an ~hey have been ~or To Meet Nov. 6 i Gene Cranston, U ton, was | l ted president of the Crook- A Crook County Advisory HunCers are expected to makeThe deer season ,kicks off Sat- are not as dry as last year, he | .Weston Farmers U, nion group at Board meeting ~ be ~eld herea record assault upon Crook urday and ends ,Dec. 7. Deputy pointed out. ~ ~eeting Saturday night. A Nov. 6, County Agent Warren coun,ty game when Che deer and Game Warden Frank Ba,ggs said Turkey ,hunting from Nov. 1-30 ~t ~tek supper ~ras held during Ferrell said Tuesday. The board ~urkey seasons open Saturday. two deer may .be taken underi.s expected ,to be slightly iraprov. will meet in the TOEA hospital- | ~nvaeeting ,a the Robert Cook Excellent hunting prospects, separate ~icenses. H~ever~bit~ ed over 1968 when 700 birds | e, Sundance. ity room starting at 1:30 p.m. including a two-deer season, and said the second deer taken must~ were harvested in the area. In | 1~ Ot~er new officers are Mrs. Ferretl said Che board Will re- recent rains and snows which be an anlerless whitetail, the cBhck Hills area, 2500 special | alraer Hegge, vice president; view the Extension program and have reduced ,he fire danger all ~t~ggs said deer prospects are permits have been isssued to ~ad ~rs. Gene Cranston, sac- make recoanmendations ~or next point toward a xecord huntingreal good with l~lenty of year- ,turkey hun,ters. ~.tarY-treasurer. year's program. tabttt'ing ,the meeting, the group season here. lings and t~o-year-olds. He said The picture for e~k hunters in | ~tde~a donation to Che Sundance Oupfimte Br|dg However, the Forest Service deer are already in ~e hay the area was gloomy, ,h@wever, | ~4rn~i,ng pool fund. e said ~that w.hile ~he presen fire stacks. Baggs said elk hunters have been | ~, erabers were told that CheThe regular weekly m e,ti g of danger is in the modera,te range, ~Iunting this year, Baggs said, having little success this season, | "vYomirtg Farmers Union conven- the Sundance Duplicate Bridgea few dry days could bring the is expected to ,be better than last The elk hunting season ends Oct. | ~r~ will ,be ~held Nov. 15 at the Club was held Tuesday nig, htfire danger back up. year "#hen over 12,000 deer were 31. IunCers were also warned bykilled in Chis area. Conditions~Baggs said a 14-year-old Sun- | ~,~aning ~Iotel in Casper. Reg- with ,members playing a 3-table the Forest Servic~ of heavy log- dance youth was lost all day Mort- | "~ration opens at 8 a.m. H~e~l movement. , | . LUncheon ,speaker during the ~esults were: 1. Dick Durfee ging t.ra~.fic on the new Lytle day ~hile elk hunting in the | ~e-ctay even will be Teno Ron- and Harold Bernd; and 2. ~lillie Creek raad and the F~" Creek eastern part of ,the county. He II "~o. Bernd and ~ildred Schlored. road in the Bear I~dge. said several searchers looked for , Steve 'Necklason, son of ~r. and