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'Whatever happened to ,the @olden ,d~ys of yesterday? Cone, @one with ~c~e wind and avi, th it ~ent, for all I know, a way ,of life we could sorely use today. I like to think that when I w~s a kid t grew up in a golden a~orld. I really didn't fbecause it ~vas the depression years of the Thirties. Some .men worked for eight dollars a week. Others didn't work at all. In China, the J,~panese were cond,ucti~g their bloody work. The Italian.s were having hard oLng ~gainst Ethiopia. The Ger. roans were perfecting their Blitzkreig in Spain. We slept on in the United States. The oceans 'were ~vide, we ~paid no ~heed to strife in ,the world, ,we were an island. I~ve been m,ound lung enough to know ,tha~t even if you mind your own ~business and keep your nose clean some smart slob will come .along ,and stick a thumb. in your eye. "December 7, 1941 -.and I was a kid running home ,with a loaf of bread and the end of an age was turabling abo:trt my ears and I could hardly vcai,t to get next to some of those Air Force air- planes. It d,oesn'~ seem to me as though ~roney ~as such an obsession in those days ~aybe because ~ew people had any. /My people had ~ew illusions about prestige or socia.1 position. ~oss~bly ~because they .are fragile things. All .of ,these little dissenting groups claim they ~ant to save lives. War is a beast and death so ,final. So it is but you're just as dead if y~u die in a 'car wreck. I see none of these .groups ad- arocatirtg ,h~h~ay safety. Pos- s~bly too humdrum. We have the spectacle in this state (ff .some college faculty members threatening to resign boca,use negro ~players on the Wyoming football team were sus- pended. Let 'era resign. I~ they dis- missed someone ~rom ,one of ~heir classes and you squawked abou,t R, they'd scream to high heaven. Where are the .golden days o yesterday? ~emember ~the Americans who Sun Continuing The Crook County News An Indopend~mt Newspaper CampusTheatre W. Jackson and 3rd Spearfish Tel. 642-4212 MEMBER Asaooleffon - FOund~l IR~ m Published Every Thursdey by The Times Publlshine Co. The Times is legel neWsl~Per for ell publitMi~m. John E. Llndsey, PubllJher ChorlMte L. Llndsey, Cirtulaticm Manager Howm~l Allen, News Editor, Adv. Maniler Subecrlptlon I~t To P. O. Address in Wyoming, and Bt~tte, Lewrence ~md Cert. er Cour~les, ~4.00 per year. To P. O. Address outside Wyo. ruing $4.S0 per y~r. Minimum Subscription, 4 moo. $2.S0 Nine Months Student Subscription $3.00 NOTE: if changing address, please iNCLUDE former ad. dress. Also give Box or Street No. and your ZIP CODE. Entered at the postofftce at Stmdance, Wyoming 82729, aB second class matter under the act of March 3, 1879. ~ttgbt car France .and freedom in the Lafayette Escad~lle,? In the opening days of World War II, men clocked to enlist. True, this is an i m~rfect n~tion, there is injustice, ~e m'e ,all not the same, we do not all have the same ,opportunity. Not as yet we don'L And we never will have i,t if the appeasers, the greedy, the ,meek :have their way. They sell out this country little by ,little, day affter day. They're in love ,with the o,ther side. ,Let them get in the saddle and your ,hopes, your dreams, your plans will .also be gone with the wind. Sundance Paid $722 in State Cigarette Taxes Cigarette taxes based o.n Aug- ust ~les and ~totaling $333,255.15 have been distributed to cities, towns and c~),urrties in the state, according ~o ,the Wyoming De- partment ,of Revenue. From sales made in August, "sundance received $722.31; /Moorcroft, $702.13; ,Hulvtt, $250- 63; ,and ,Crook ~coun~ty, $291.48. LITTLE MISSOURI Oct. 27 C,hester Whitney made a tour ,of Angus ranches throughout North Dakota Saturday through Tuesday. He purchased a bull from the 'Blue Top Angus Ranch at ~nderlin, No. Dak. /Mr. ~and /Mrs. ~Bob Jolley were Thursday evening su,pper guests of the W'hitneys. ~r. and ~rs. Chester Whitney and KLm were Saturday evening visitors of the Clyde ~abe~rs. /Mr. ,and "Mrs. Lo- gan Brimmer of "sundance were Sunday dinner & evening guests of Mr. and/Mrs. Chester Whitney and Kim. /Mrs. Ray "Dorsett and Anna kept dental appointments in Belle ]~our.c:he on "Monday. Dorsetts shipped lambs to ,Belle Fourche on Tuesday. /Mrs Verle Pierce was a Belle Fourche s:h~ppee on Thursday. /Mr. ,and !Mrs. Verle Pierece and family were dinner guests Sun- day of "Mr. and Mrs. James To- meek ,of GiMette and were that evening supper guests of the A1- q Thurs., Fri., Sat. Oct. 30-31; Nov. 1 Shows: 7 & 9 Mature Audience A COLUMBIA PICTURES prnl)entltlon |terrln| STELLA STEVENS SHELLEY WINTERS COLORe Sun., Mort., Tues. Nov. 2-3-4 Shows Sun.: 2:30, 4:30, 7 and 9. Mort. - Tues.: 7 & 9. Mature Audience CHARLTON JESSICA HESTON WALTER THEATRE Cred Pierces. ,Lanna Pierce ,was a Monday overnight ,guest of "Mrs. Haxry "scoggin and family. John Pierce ~as an overnight g~est on Tues- day. "Miss Karen Evans was a Wednesday evening supper and overnight guest ~f Scoggins. /Mrs. ,Harry Scoggin and Lar- ry, and Danny shipped lambs on Friday. Those ,who helped were Joy~e Lobban, Leon Jay, Swede, Verle and Tom Pierce, Har.lan Williams, P. J. Cook and C'hes- ter Whitney. /M,rs. Harry Scosgin and I)anr~y ~vere Friday evening supper ,guests 'of ,the ~Dale Rob- erts in ~elle ~Fourche and called on/Mrs. Eccles. "Mrs. Harry Stag- ,gin and ,Danny ,were Satttrday and 'Sunday :ho,useguests of Mrs. Del- ores Storm and ,family in Sturgis. "Miss Karen ,Evans entertained with singing at the Farm Bureau ,meeting ~t the Henry Co~eman ~home Saturday evening UPPER LITTLE MISSOURI oct. 26 Sam, ~Bob and Paulie Jolley at- tended the Farm Bureau meetin,g ,at Warren We,ads Oct 20. Wayne Ballo,u hauled co,ws to the Sturg~s sale Wednesday for J,olleys. 'Bob and Effie JoIley were sup- ~per guests .at Ohet Whitneys Thursday evening. Jo~hn and Nadine Wolf and children ,were ,strpper guests at the "Sam Jc41ey Iheme ,an .Oct 24 ~B~b and Effie Jol4ey attended the Al~a Farm ;Bureau meeting a ,the C:oleman home .Saturday night. Effie Showed slides of ~her trip to Alaska. 'Miss Karen Evans entertained by singing and playing the Suitor. (Mr. and~Mrs. Dee Clark attend- ed the Beulah Richards sale on /Monday. They went to the foot- *ball game in Hule,tt Friday. /Mr. ,and "Mrs. Bill Barchgre- rink left Friday to go elk hunt- irtg ,near ,Gody. Kelly and Mary Ann ,are staying at Gene Griffis While their folks are gone. (Mr. and Mrs. ,Dick Ackerman were catlers at Ray Dorsetts and at "scoggins Thursday evening. They went to "Sundance on Fri- day. THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundence, Wyo. Oct. 30, 1969 Belle Fourche Fri. - Sat. Thurs., Fri., Sat. Oct. 30-31, Nov. 1 Terry Rees Special Hallowe'en Party Thursday, Oct. 30 Prime Rib - Wednesdays Steaks and Sea Foods with LOBSTER A Specialty, Help yourself at our WYOMING HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT CHEYENNE, WYOMING !Notice is ,hereby given that ,a design public hearing, in accord" ance w~th Policy and Procedure Memorandum 20-8 issued by th United :States I)epartmen,t of Transportation, will 'be held to the Sundance /Marginal Road known ,as ;Wyamin,~ Project No. (4) 202. The purpose of this Public Hearing ~vill be to .give :all into1" ested persons an opportunity to become ,fully acquainted with Sh~ highway design proposals ~m- ,this project and to express their vie~ at this stage of the project's development. This ~nterst~te ,Project begins ,at the interchan,ge over US 5D and extends east ~or approximately 4.4 ~miles. The roadway being proposed for ~his project ~onsists of ,a sta~& ard :four lane interstate section ~cons~sti,ng of two ~we,lve foat traveled ways in each direction. /Maps, drawin~gs, and other pertinent information that has bee~ developed by ,the Wyomiag Highway Depa~men ~vi,ll the availa~ble for inspection and copying at ~he ,Wyoming I-Iig, h~ay Department's dance office from Robert L. Streeter. Relocation assi,stance programs as provided for by Federal ariel Loeal Gove:rr~ments will be discussed. Ten~tative schedules ~or rig~ht o,f ,way acquis,tion ,and eonstrueti0~ will also be discussed. This project will tbe co~structed as a Federal-aid project by ~he~ Wyoming (I-Ii,gttway Department with the 'concurrence of the Unite States Bureau o,f Public ,l~oad.s. Written sta~temen~ts, resol,utions and/or pe~titions, and oral preset" rations ,wi,ll ~be ,accepted from the public .at the pub,lie ,hearin.g; a" ditional wri~tten testi'm~ny ,or statements or exlhibi,ts pertinen,t ,o the ,location or design 'of t.his proposal may be su,bmitted a:fter ,the hear" ing un,til December 15, 19,69, addressed to ,R. ,G Stapp, Su,peri~ntende~, Wyoming 'High,ray D.epartmen~t, P. O. iB,ox 1708, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82001. The Puiblic ,Hearin,g will be held as follows: Date: "December 4, 1969 Time: 8:00 p.m. Place: S:und,an,ee "school. George H. Bell "District Engineer Wyoming ~igh,way Department Sheridan, Wyoming Publish Oct. 30. -- Nov. 13 --- Nov. 27. PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given ,that ~he School District ,No 8 ~board o~ Crook County issued warrants for ~he ollo.wing ~hills exceeding $3~ and ,a~l salaries at the regular m.eeting of the ~board .Sept. 26, 1969 a the ,Harvey "Dalley residence, "Beulah, Wyo. -t To W~ho,m Paid ~Purpose of Expenditure An~O~ Karen Graham ~- Se,pt "salary ............................................................. $39~.~ I'29 D. J. Lan,tz Sept. "salary .................................................................... $ Reserve Oistrlct No. 10 State No. 91 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF of Sundance, Wyoming 82729 and Foreign and Domestic Subsidlerisk at the close of business October 21, 1969, a state b~nking instituti0~ organized end operating under the b~kFng laws of this State a~l a member of the Federal Reserve System. Published in accorded. with a cal| made by the State Benking Authorities and by the I- eral Reserve Benk of this District. ASSETS 1. Cash and d,ue from banks (incl, uding SNone un~osted debits) ................................................................................ $ 1,274,6~2.24 2. U. S. Treasury securities ............................................................ 3,450 488.~ 4. Obligations of States and ~olitica'l su,bdivisions .................. 803,42g.~ 5. O.her s.ecurities (including $15,000 eorgorate stocks) 1'5,000.~ Other loans ............................................................................... 4,672,364.9~ 9. /Bank premises, furniture and fix,tures, .and other as- ,sets representing ba,nk premises ............................. 2.00 14. ~Or~A/L ~SS~-'TS .......................................................................... $10,215,917'f~ LIABILITIES 15. "Demand .deposits otf individuals, partnergh~ps, and co,rpo.ra~tioaas ............................................................................... 3,898,883.~ 16. Time and savings del>0sits of in.di~idu:al,s, partner- 4,2~7,707.~5 shi,ps, and corporations .............................................. 29/524.75~ 17. Deposits o~ ,Unified "States Government .......................... 904", ' 18. ~Fosits of tStates and political subdivisions ............ ,,__66 ~1:"',Depsi'ts". of commercial. , banks ....................................... 41,2~'~ Certrhed and Officers checks, eft ................................ 24,800.Y 22. TOTAL DePOSitS ............................ $0,I~7,030.01 ~(a) Total demand deposi~ ............. $4,749,322.~6 (b) Total time and savings de0osits $4,377,70q.85 -" 0g 27. ,0Chef liabi.lities ................................................................ 30,~'~' _ 28. TOTAL ~I~B~L1TIES ...................................................... $ 9,157,515,95 RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES 30. ,Reserve ~or bad debt ,losses on loans (set up pursuant ~o ]RS rulings) ................................................................. 102,[~'~ 33. TOTAL ItF_,SE~RV~S ON LO~NS AND SI~CUR~ 10g,89g,oa CAPITAL A CC OU NTS 9 )~ _...,q.~ 35. Equity capi~l, total ~(.sum ~f Items 36 $o 40 belaw) ...... 37. Com non stock-tota,l value ........................................... ,(No. Shares a~t,hovize4 500) (No. Shares outstandi,ng 500) _^. 33~9~ Surplus .............................. + ................................................... 450,0t~_za~. Undivided profits .................................................................... 455,5~''" 41. TOTAL ~A~L AK)OLrNTS ,(sum of ~.tems 34 and, -~ 8~ 35 abave) .................................................................... 42. TOTAL LIA~S, ~.E~V~l$, ~2~,.~, C~,PITAL _~ AC(X)UNTS (sum of items 28, 29, .. 33 & &l @bore) MEMORANDA 1. Average of ~otal deposits ~r ~he 15 calendar days 9,031,776.76 ending with ~all date ................................................... 2. Average of t~tal loans for l~he 15 calendar days end- 8@ ing with oall d~ate ........................................................... 4,72~,360' ,1, R. It. Vice President, the above-named ,ba.ak hereby declare Chat Chis raport of eondRion is true to he beSt 0* my knowledge and belie~. R. H. Durfee tbl# We, the undersigned directors, attest the correctness o report ,o condition and declare that it has been examined by us a~ad ,to Che best .of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J'ahn P. ,Ilsley F. W. Blakeman Jay R. Durfee Directors State of Wyoming .County of Crook ss: October, Sworn to and s ubscri~bed ,be~ore me this 29th day of popular SALAD BAR 9,s9. Ivan ~. Cressman, Notary Ft~blig -~__-__-..-__-__-__-__-__-__-_-~..- Publish October 30, 1969.