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TH,.OST THOROUGHLY for Crook County, Read Newspaper Town of Sundance, In the Black Hills co r/Jv[// vG ' ca : ff cou Y U.S. Land Office VOLUME LV SUNDANCE, WYOMING THU RSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1952 Number 45 m Eisenhower Given 4 to 1 Margin Here ~he nation in 1952 went Eisen- and Republican and Crook was no exception. entire slate of Republican for county positions election. At stake were the as state representative and on the board of county Leslie Hauber, Republican, de- Democratic incumbent Ir. Twiford for the representa- seat in the Wyoming leg- Complete but unofficial gave Hauber almost a 2 edge. Democratic incumbent when E. J. Svobeda, present commissioner, was unseat- by Republican Gilbert Brim- Brimmer won by a plurality clear skies and in brill. on Last Page, Sec. 1) Club Tonight---- Sixty bulls will go on the block 11 at the 17th sale of Northeastern Wyoming Here- Association schedulde for the sales ring in Sun- The 60 bulls are being of- by 12 consignors. the morning, the association's will be held at 9 a.m. with barbecue set for noon. The Commercial Club will the barbecue. The business supplies all the food except which is furnished by the B. Sager will be back again Judge will be Henry livestock specialist of Dakota Agriculture Ex- Service for the West River last spring's sale, 41 bulls sold at a $762.69 average with sales of $31,720. A year ago, ) association hit its all-time high 39 head of Herefords were a $1046 average. ial Club Tonight------ Hold Card the purpose of aiding dis- veterans at Christmas, the American Legion Auxil- Will held a card party Nov. the Legion hall. Play will start P.m. to the party is sim-! attending is ask-i a gift suitable to be Shopping Day at the veter- in Sheridan. gift entitles each person to cards, win prizes for high and and a free lunch at Auxiliary has suggested a on Last Page, See. I) THE FOLLOWING SUNDANCE BUSINESS HOUSES WILL BE CLOSED TUESDAY, NOV. 11, ARMISTICE DAY. Tracy Motor Co. Sund,ance State Bank Model Grocery Richards' Grocery Cool Motors Sundance Electric C. D. Roberts Security Trust and Title Co. Sundance Panitorium Welfare Office Has New Home; Moved To Port Building Another Sundance landmark - !the county Welfare office - will i disappear from the Sundance' scene shortly. Otis Reynolds has i announced that the building will :be razed with an office building to be erected on the site. The county Welfare office has been moved to the rear of the office building on the Everett Humphrey property. It also houses thd Selective Service office. Mov- ing of the Welfare office started last week and was completed the first of this week. HENRY HOLZMAN WEATHER The readings: Max. Min. Prec. Oct. 28 ...................... 63 20 0 Oct. 29 ......................... 72 33 0 Oct. 30 ......................... 61 39 0 Oct. 31 ........................... 56 33 0 Nov. 1 ................... 57 26 0 Nov. 2 .......................... 43 21 0 Nov. 3 ......................... 58 21 0 -----Commercial Club Tonight.--- Aladdin Youth Signs For 4-Year Hitch In U. S. Air Force David Redinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oren Redinger of Aladdin, is now receiving his basic training at Parks Air Force Base in Calif- ornia. He enlisted for a four-year term in the Air Force on Oct. 23. -----Commercial Club Tonight---.- Portions of the Black tiills and Harney National Forests located in Wyoming south of Highway 14 were closed to human use Nov. 1. The move had been expected be- cause of the extreme fire danger in the forests resulting from dry wea- ther conditions. The order came from the Denver office of Donald E. Clark, xegional forester. The forests will remain closed until weather and ground condi- tions are considered safe for nor- mal use of the area. The order postponed the deer season in that area which would have opened Nov. 1. Only persons authorized by Forest Service of- ricers will be allowed to enter the forests. The action followed close on the heels of the South Dakota Fish and Game Commision's decision to (Continued on Page 4) County Treasurer Earl Christensen TCEA President As Directors Vote Selfing 1953 Pet License Numbers County Treasurer Paul Yeoman said Wednesday ~hat car and truck owners who desire a certain license plate number can pick up their new 1953 plates now at the treasurer's* office. Yeoman said that persons applying for a certain number would have to bring their registration card showing the num- ber they wished. 1953 plates may not be attached until Dec. 1. Deadline for the use of 1952 plates is Feb. 1. The 1953 plates feature white numbers on a black background. The famed Wyoming bronc occu- pies his usual place on the new plates. --Commercial Club Tonight------ John Berger, Oshoto rancher, was ordered Friday by a Camp. bell county jury to pay $15,000 in damages to Lee Glover, another Oshoto rancher. Glover had been asking $105,000 in damages for injuries suffered in September,, 1951 when he was shot in the] arm by Berger. [ On Oct. 29, in the first case[ heard by Judge G. A. Layman in district court at Gillette, Berger heard himself found guilty of as- sault and battery against Glover. He was fined $100 last Friday on the charge. Glover's original charge against Berger had been one of assault with intent to commit murder. Earl Christensen, Newcastle rancher, remains as president of the Tri-County Electric Assn. fol- lowing a board of directors meet- lag Nov. 3 in Sundance. Other officers elected were Charles Mankin of Gillette, who remains vice-president and Don Steiger of Hulett, who was named secretary-treasurer succeeding C. D. Roberts. ~Commercial Club Tonight------- Trash Torches Thirty Acres Near Carlile Junction Tuesday Burning trash at the Carlile "Y" touched off a blaze Tuesday that scorched 30 acres of Art Montgom- ery's land before it was brought under control about 11 a.m. by people living in the area. Starting Tuesday morning about 9:15, the fire, fanned by a south- west wind swept over a pasture and burned into the timber along Miller creek. The fire was slowed when it bur4~ed against a rocky hill. A wind shift also slowed the blaze. Forest Service crews with two pumping units assisted in mopping- up operations. -----Commercial Club Tonigh(,------ Y Y John Grice, one of the last of the Crook county pioneers, d~ed at his home in Sundance Nov. 3. He would have been 83 Dec. 31. Grice settled in Sundance in 1895 and set up a lumber and hardware business which he con- tinued to run until 1945 when he sold the business. Although in re- tirement he continued to take an interest in the East Side Cabins. Funeral services were held Wed- nesday in the Episcopal Church of the Good Shepherd in Sundance. (Continued on Page 4) I Last June, in Sundance, Henry Boles had brought a similar charge against the. Oshoto rancher and bentonite owner. A district court jury then returned a verdici of assault with intent to commit manslaughter with Judge Laymar, imposing a 2-3 year sentence. Following the trial in Sundance, Berger was granted an appeal of his case and a change of venue for the remaining criminal and Ike Piles Up Record Vote Across State Democratic candidates in Wyo- ming fell before the blizzard of Eisenhower votes, and the Republi- can party 4n Wyoming stormed to victory Tuesday. After 20 years, the Republicans have returned to power led by Dwight Eisenhower who was elected president in an avalanche of votes. Among the Democrats to fall was Senator Joseph O'Mahoney, sixth ranking United States Sen- ator. Governor Frank Barrett de- feated O'Mahoney by 6,000 votes for the seat in the U. S. Senate. O'Mahoney conceded defeat Wed- nesday morning after Barrett had continued to maintain his lead. Reflecting the huge vote cast all across the nation were the figures from 600 precincts in Wy- oming. Eiscnhower received 66,- 412 to Stevenson's 36,449. In 1940, Truman carried *~'e state with some 50,000 vote: The Eisenhowoi' sweep carried I other Republicans to victory in (Continued on Last Page, Sec. 1) Carnival Eliminates Vandalism There A school carnival held in Hul- ett on Halowe'en proved successful financially as well as eliminating vandalism in the town. Proceeds from the carnival were divided be- tween the grade and high schools. Feature of the carnival was the crowning of a high school queen and a grade school princess. Miss Thelma McAmis was crowned qveen by George Haroley while Lydalou Neiman was crowned as princess by Wilfred Birdinground. Crown bearers were Jim Bush and Albert Knapp. Other contestants and their escorts took part in the ceremony. Miss Barbara Franklin furnished the music. Following the carnival, the car- nival committee extended their thanks to those who gave gifts and helped in the carnival. .-...--Commercial Club Tonight------ Get:t:ing t:he Times New Aubery Long, Seely, Wyo. Marie Oudin, Omaha, Nebr. Mrs. L. S. Hilton, Grants Pass, Ore. Mrs. Robert C. Storm, Kansas City Kansas. Bill Mauch, Sundance .Ray Osgard, Sundance Renewals Virgil Schlup, Sundance. Lon C. Hurtt, Sundance Damon Cole, Sundance. Wyman Bushnell, Sundance Mrs. Florence M. Neubecker, Spo- kane, Wash. John A. Mowery, Aladdin, Wyo. Bill Kokesh, Cheyenne, WFo. Harold E. Smith, Byron, Wyo. Harry Schloredt, Sundant~ Mrs. June Fraser, Milliard, Mall Murel Ealy, Sundance C. A. ,Black:man, Hayden Lake, Ida.