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. Thursday, December 13, 2001 "WHERE THE KID GOT HIS NAME" The Sundance Times 0 0 lnltc])-nN THE RETIREMENT PI,AN EXI ER I S it may concern, so unhappy and angry that it is hard to write this. Almost every fall a kitten or two dumped off on us. We do not want or need any more own are well-cared for, pampered pets. ago a very skinny, half grown female kitten came here. I her when our big old white cat was fighting with her. When she a shed later, another cat found her and about killed her. We managed her and kept her locked in a building. With good care and food looking pretty good in a couple weeks. But she stayed kind so I finally decided to have her killed. It upset me very much, I didn't feet like I could afford a vet bill at that time. people have the mistaken idea that farmers need all kinds of cats. Cats cost money if taken care of as cat food and vet bills are high. put off don't often find a good home. Also stray cats are hard on )irds. People should be responsible; get their cats spayed or neutered, problems for others. Maybe they shouldn't even have any another female kitten has showed up. What should we do? Anna Peterson By COPJBIN MOBERG troops have gained complete control over The Taliban have been removed from r throughout the country. The final town of has fallen to US and Alliance troops. With of Kandahar the US can now focus completely bin Laden. Air attacks continue in the Tora These mountains contain a network of that can hide up to 1000 troops. It has been that bin Laden is personally directing these final terrorist troops. air attacks include the use of the 15,000-pound "Daisy Cutter" These bombs can obliterate a 600-meter area. The Alliance forces a ground attack on these caves in hopes that bin Laden can or captured. US special operations troops are in place and respond. Meanwhile, US Mannes are securing a perimeter Kandahar. This perimeter will allow us to capture fleeing Taliban and leaders. The US government has reopened its embassy in JI. Tribal leaders of the Northern Alliance have agreed to establish a providing representation for tribes throughout the country. will provide a peacekeeping force to help establish this govemment. US government has recently acquired another bin Laden This tape provides additional proof the bin Laden was involved US terror attacks. His terrorist network is believed to include up to 60 Many arrests have been made throughout the world. The continues to be asked regarding who will receive our attention Forum nurse o Ines sex By Elizabeth Canfield I have a great-granddaughter who was bom 100 years after my mother was born. Such a contrasfl Ten-year=old Robin today lives in a wodd where she is conscious of a war, of drugs, of all the problems that somehow she must leam to cope with. (This is the child who, a few years ago, announced at the breakfast table that she had her current event ready to take to school - she would report that the President had had relations with an intem--) My mother's world was small and very local. Color pictures were few and far between; she told of removing paper wrappings from tin cans, cutting out the bdght pictures of tomatoes and other foods, and pasting them in a treasured scrapbook. Her biggest adventure had been accompanying a neighbor gid to a saloon to bdng back a tin bucket of beer for the girl's father, evidently an every-day occurrence for the friend. My mother's parents, horrified, put a stop to that as soon as they learned of it. Telephones were just coming in; newspapers, letters and telegrams were the only other means of communication. My mother grew up to Jive through two wodd wars, a gruesome depression and drouth. Robin faces a wodd that has put all kinds of people just outside her doorstep. Millions and millions of people who are desperate, drowning in poverty and illiteracy and all kinds of beliefs that have nothing to do with self-preservation. Adults, and children now growing up, who believe their greatest achievement will be to die gloriously if they can take some of the enemy with them. How can the rest of the wodd overcome this; drowning people often latch onto someone else and pull them down with them. It took fifty long, grinding years, in the face of tremendous opposition, to defeat Russia's concept of world-wide communism. We had the bitterness of Korea, Viet Nam, the Cuban danger, before this ended. Until the people of Russia reached a point where they had some stability in their lives, something to cherish and care for, they followed fanatical leaders right down the road. What will Robin's life be like? Perhaps the closest we can come to giving her safe passage will be to go on as we are doing right now, here in our small communities: supporting the ideas and ideals that are important. Things like Becky Rolf and Jean Jones' efforts in our Christmas Basket and Boot Tree, the chumhes with their hats and gloves and scarves for needy children, the Boy Scouts food ddve, grieving for our losses in the deaths of service people, giving our children the best possible educations by cooperating with the schools, careful and cadng supervision in the face of the danger from drugs and other unspeakable life-threatening problems. We can't arm our young Amedcans for everything. But we can teach them a philosophy, the one that has made our country the strongest in the wodd, that will stand the test of time. in JOHNSON tring the HIV/AIDS forum Several students attended the of parents, students, teachers, in Sundance Nov. 1, Marlene forum and received credit for com- administrators, and school Crook County School munity service, nurses who would reflect the nurse, talked about what Edwards began with some back- values and feelings of people in schools are doing to edu- ground on the school's curricu- all threi~ comrn-unities inthe a~d WH~f'io~f~i-ifs ium for sex education. The dis- Crook County'School District. ,their,jchitdren. ~.~ ;~' + trier bad developed a committee Everett E. Burgeson Investment Representative through that." Up until recently, Edwards said, some health classes have been EdwardJones 120 W. Hudson EO. Box 158 Spearfish, SD 57783-1058 Bus 605-642-5778 Fax 605-642-5779 Hm 605-642-7875 800-233-4745 Serving Individual Investors Since 1871 CROOK COUNTY JUSTICE COURT WEEK OF DECEMBER 3, 2001 EDWARD LEMASTER, GILLETTE, 83/75, $85; SUSAN JOHNER, GILLETTE, 97/75, $200; ROBERT MEADOWS, NY, 88/75, $120; JASON WlESE, SD, 85/75, $95; TREVOR CARLIN, WA, 85/75, $95; BEVERLY FILBERT, GILLETTE, 84/75, $90; MARK WlLLIAMSON, SD, 90/75, $200; LIMUESHE WRIGHT, SD, 88/75, $120; WIL- LIAM MCLARTY, GA, 86/75, $100; DAVID CRUM, CASPER, 84/75, $90; ANDREW GABRIEL, GILLETTE, 86/75, $100; JOSHUA THELEN, MT, 88/75, $120; LINDA MCCARTHY, AUSTRALIA, 85/75, $95; KAREN WOMACK, NV, 88/75, $120; SCOTT ARCHER, SD, 8.3/75, $85; TRAVIS STEELE, SD, 74/65, $57; AMY MOBLEY, NE, 85/75, $95; LARRY HAGEN JR, GILLETTE, 87/75, $110; CHRISTOPHER JOHNSON, GILLE-n'E, 87/75, $110; TERRY GARTON, SD, 87/75, $110; CARLA ROCK, MI, 86/75, $100; TROY ODOM, CO, 91/75, $200; DANIEL ECKHARDT, MT, 86/85, $100; SUEANN WlENING, CO, 86/75, $100; GLENN TILGHMAN, CO, 87/75, $110; RONALD TIETJEN, SD, 86/75, $100; EGON SPELMANIS, CO, 71/65, $48; JAY PIXLEY, TX, 78/65, $69; SCOTT KRAMER, IA, 84/ 75, $90; JANETTE BROWN, LANDER, 86/ 75, $100; JOSHUA BURGESS, SUN- DANCE, 82/75, $80; MEAGAN FEOLA, NY, 90/75, $200; KEVIN NEWBERRY, ND, 75/ 65, $60; PAUL BATOON, MT, 90/75, $200; BEVERLY ROLFSNESS, CO, 88/75, $120; JACLYNE HARKINK,WORLAND, 87/75, $110; STACY FARLEY, CO, 85/75, $95; GARY BADER, IA, 86/75, $100; SPENCER ATKINSON, UT, 87/75, $110; DOROTHY RIDGEWAY, GILLETTE, 80/65, $75. FAIL TO MAINTAIN SINGLE JORDAN VAN DYKE, MN, $50; REGINALD NUNN, TX, $60. OPERATE MOTORCYCLE WITHOUT PROPER ENDORSEMENT:, BRIAN SANCHEZ, CO, $60. FAIL TO RETAIN PREVIOUS SUBSTANCES, SUBMIT TO RANDOM WARRANTLESS SEARCHES, KEEP COURT INFORMED OF ADDRESS. SIMPLE ASSAULT AND BATTERY; RICKY WEIGHT, MOORCROF~, FINES- $500, COURT COSTS-S60, VICTIMS COM- PENSATION-S200, REPAY PUBLIC DE- FENDER COSTS-$130, JAIL-60 DAYS, SUSPEND-50 DAYS, PROBATION-1 YEAR UNSUPERVISED, NOT VIOLATE ANY LAWS, KEEP COURT INFORMED OF CUR- RENT RESIDENTIAL AND MAILING AD- DRESS, NOT HAVE ANY CONTACT WITH ANYONE CONNECTED WITH THE CASE, ENGAGE IN NO ACTS OR THREATS OF VIOLENCE AGAINST ANOTHER PERSON. TRAVIS SHEP~, SUNDANCE, RNE-$750, SUSPEND-S250, COURT COSTS-S30, VIC- TIMS COMPENSATION-S100, JAIL-180 DAYS, SUSPEND-150 DAYS, PROBATION- 6 MONTHS, NOT VIOLATE ANY LAWS, NOT HAVE ANY CONTACT WITH OTHER PARTY INVOLVED IN CASE, HER PARENTS OR IMMEDIATE FAMILY, NOT CONSUME OR POSSESS ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, NOT BE UPON PREMISES OF ANY BUSINESS WHOSE MAIN ITEM OF SALE IS ALCOHOL, NOT KNOWINGLY ASSOCIATE WITH ANYONE USING OR POSSESSING ALCOHOL OR ~D SUBSTANCE, SUBMIT TO RANDOM WAR- RANTLESS SEARCHES, KEEP COURT IN- FORMED OF CURRENT RESIDENTIALAND MAlUNG ADDRESS, WITHIN 24 HOURS OF RELEASE FROM DETENTION MAKE RE- QUEST TO CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF DE- PARTMENT FOR CIVIL STANDBY TO GET BELONGINGS, CONTACT CROOK COUNTY FAMILY VIOLENCE AND REQUEST THEIR ASSISTANCE INVISITATION BETWEEN DE- FENDANT AND HIS CHILDREN. HUNT WITH ARTIFICIAL LIGHT AND ~;HOOT FROM PUBLIC ROAD: HAROLD LEASE, GILLETTE, FINES-S660, COURT COSTS-S60, PAY IMMEDIATELY, DEFENDANT'S PRIVILEGE TO PURCHASE elective-type classes. "Now we " + r OR RECEIVEANYUCENSEI~$UED UN- have more structure to what we're MIGUEL GUZ~0! ~,+;'t?.+i:+ +' ++~; ~j~I~~=~'~i~7~'I~fNG STAT- going to ,be 'teaching' out' +y0~tth,"10-HOUR RULE VIOLATION: + .... '+~ ScJSPENDEDFOR~YEARS. It was the :committee's task to she added. %Ve now have these KELLY GILBERT, TX,$160,.. develop a comprehensive healthstandards that we go by, and well curriculum. Oct. 18 of this year, cover these things. This Friday past marketd the 60th anniversary of Japan's the school board adopted in part. "Most kids don't have any prob- raid on Pearl Harbor, and the American entry into World The school system now has a lems asking questions," Edwards War II. Over.two thousand military personnel died that day, curmculum, test materials, andcommented. "Most have parents more than a thousand others were wounded, and whoalso discussion of sexual health they can ask. Some ask each knows how many civilian lives were lost. And the date--- education supplements because,other. We have to make sure the December 7, 1941--- went "down in infamy," just as according to Edwards, a lot of cur- kids understand and know what predicted by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. That's the ricula do not have education about the resources are in their com- story. HIV/AIDS in them. munity and make a lot of refer- The story behind the story is that, in honor of the "Everybody pretty much had thereds to public health." occasion, the Schelling family rented the movie "Pead same fears," Edwards remarked The number of students the Harbor" from our local video store. I hadn't yet seen the about the committee. =We wanted nurses see is directly related to three-hour movie although I've heard good reviews since to do things tastefully, but you what's going on in the community its release a few months ago. (I'm a cheapskate. I hate want young people to be educated and what the rumors are. paying full pdce at the theater when the movie can be so they can live healthy lives." "We really encourage parents to rented later at a fraction of the cost!) Contraceptive education for stu- become involved in the education So, anyway, we enjoyed the movie. It had a tragic love dents was "the hottest spot~ of process," Edwards said. "We en- story (you know how we women like a good love story), a the committee's discussion. "We courage you to know what your bittersweet touch of humor, and an intense portrayal of that felt that should occur within a kids are learning and find out what horrific event that helped shape our nation. I don't know comprehensive curriculum taught they're not learning. Get on a com- how historically accurate the story line is, but rve heard it's K through 12," Edwards said, "but mittee and give them your feel- close, students should learn that as one ings. You can help hold us ac- Born nearly two decades after the bombing of Pearl of many topics within comprehen- countable, and we l know what Harbor, t have nonetheless been aware of it since those sive health program.~ you want as well." elementary school days when we learned about it from a She added that parental involve- At the conclusion of Edwards' history book. ment should be encouraged, with remarks, Mayor Jim Miller corn- On the other hand, my mother-in-law, Lois, remembers school, church, and community mented, "A lot of credit goes to the day well. As a seven-year-old, she recalls headng the people working together to teach Marlene and the other school news on the radio and her father's announcement to the children that healthy choices nurses in the county for educat- family that "America is at war." She didn't really know what equals healthy adults, ing our young people.~ that meant, but she sensed it wasn't good. "1 ran outside Faculty members are currently * * * * * and looked up at the sky," Lois remembers, for in her young in the process of selecting the Marlene Edwards has been a mind she was certain that airplanes would soon beHIV/AIDS/Reproductive Health registered 'nurse for 25 years and bombing her house, too. curriculum, became a Wyoming resident in Some time later, Lois remembers that the fairgrounds in A list of topics taught in the1980. She has worked for 17 years her hometown of Chinook, MT, were converted into a school's sex education program is as school nurse and as such is makeshift Pew camp tO house the German prisoners available at Central Office. responsible for the health assess- brought there to work in the sugar beet fields. After the war "One of the programs that was ment of over 400 students. She is ended, they were sent back to Germany; but one of them, chosen for high school students," in the process of formulating a she says, contacted the farmer for whom he had worked Edwards continued, "is calted 'Re- health system for the school dis- and asked if he and his family could come back to work on ducing the Risk.' It is approved by tHct at this time. Edwards also that northern Montana farm. More than a half century later, the Center of Disease Control for works part time as a home health that family is still in Chinook. teaching kids about AIDS educa- nurse. Well, there are stateside memodes of the war, and then tion and teaching them about be- * * * * * there are oceanfront memories--like the ones we heard haviors." Information about that After the informational session from Frank Blakeman when my daughter and I visited with unit is also available, at the HW/A[DS forum held Nov. a while back. Health stand=;rds. In June 1, a panel of experts fielded ques- was a metalsmith on the USS Bunkerhill during Wodd War II. He 2000 the school district adopted tions from the audience. Harbor, but he well remembers the events surrounding it. I a measure that requires that all Q Is there my" dl=elosmte that one had to be on the islands to feel the effects of the students will meet health stan- can breach the confldenttLUty How vulnerable must other troops have felt? dards listed by the state for gradu- in am ~ ca=e? visited in the home of Frank and Doramae Blakeman (Frank is my ation requirements. This a broad A Their diagnosis is conflden- cousin), he told of two Kamikaze planes that crashed Bunkerhill, an scheme of age-appropriate topics tial. stationed in the south Pacific sometime after the Pead Harbor covered including health promo- Q What Imppem= in teUlng po- rte told of the fire, the billowing black smoke, and how he crawled tions, disease prevention, inter- tentla]By ~teeted paxtners? the water-drenched ship bottom seeking safety. The smoke, he personal communication, and de- A There is no legal responsibility but he covered his mouth and nose with a piece of cision making, Edwards explained, to disclose to a partner. Whether from his shirt. Every so often, he soaked the cloth in water again, "Even though the school wig bein a public health or other setting, it over his face, and continued to crawl through the sodden working with these standards and the doctor, nurse or counselor is teaching our youth," Edwards em- going to encourage them to telltheir ) fire burned for some ten hours before being put out by a phasized, "it's important that you partner, but there is no law or any- ship that had come alongside. And during that time, all Frank teach your kids your values atthat says you must disclose. about was his wife back home and their newborn son that he'd home, because if you don't teach When we get test results back at seen. He wondered if he'd ever see him. them at home, they'll learn them the county health or other public he did. Frank was one of the lucky ones. He came home. somewhere." testing site, the only person we all he has now to remind him of his close encounter with death is In elementary school, trainingcan disclose to or give the result a small plastic bag of Kamikaze plane fragments, and a begins in kindergarten with teach- to is the individual who comes in with memories of an era gone by. ing children about blood-bornefor testing. No one else is allowed r some of us, Wodd War II was a time we never knew. For others, it's a pathogens. "If a child skins his to come in with them. We give the won't forget. But for all of us, it was yet another stepping stone in knee, we teach them to help with patient the results, then they can ' of freedom. Thank you, Frank, and to all the others who have a Kleenex. We work with first aid choose to disclose and may invite possible, things and try to bui.ld on tF~.':*, that other person in. ................... MtNORINPOBSESSION NO VAUD REGISTRATION: PAULSWINGRUM, MS,$60. JACOB GANTZ, HULETT; ALLISON FAIL TO STOP AT PORT OF ENTRy; NEIMAN, HULET~ BRIAN MYERS, HULET~ CARLOS FERNANDEZ, FL, $110; ROBERT ANDREW WILSON, HULETT; TIFFANY SMITH, OH, $110. HARDIN, ALADDIN: FINE-S750, SUSPEND- COMMERCIAL OVERWEIGHT: $580, COURT COSTS-S30, JAIL-16 DAYS, JEFFREY SCHILLER, UPTON, $80; MARK SUSPEND-14 DAYS, PROBATION-6 ARNTSON, SD, $60; BARRY WILLIER, SD, MONTHS UNSUPERVISED, NO VIOLA- $80; GERALD REINMUTH, SD, $80; TIONS OF LAW, NOTCONSUMEORPOS- SESS ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED SUB- STANCES, NOT BE UPON PREMISES OF ANY BUSINESS WHOSE MAIN ITEM OF SALE IS ALCOHOL, NOT KNOWINGLY ASSOCIATE WITH ANYONE USING OR CONSUMING ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, SUBMIT TO RANDOM WN:IRANTLESS SEARCHES, KEEP COURT INFORMED OF RESIDENTIAL AND MAIL- ING ADDRESS, ATTEND HIGH SCHOOL AND NOT HAVE ANY ABSENCES WITH- OUT CONTACTING THE COURT PRIOR TO DRWING WHILE UNDER INFLUENCE OF ABSENCE. ~,~ FURNISHING ALCOHOL TO MINOR: TED HERRING, UPTON, FINE$750, SUS- DAVID DALY, SUNDANCE, FINE-S70, PEND-$250,COURTCOSTS-$30,VICTIMS COURT COSTS-S30, JAIL-180 DAYS, DARLOWE TODD, SD, $80. NO OVERSIZE PERMIT- DAYTIME: DENNIS RHODES JR, IA, $110. SHOOT BIG GAME FROM VEHICLE: LEE MCCOY, UPTON, $410. SHOOT FROM PUBLIC ROAD: DAVID ZIMBELMAN, WRIGHT, $210; DAVID ZIMBELMAN, WRIGHT, $410; DANIEL HANSON,GILLETTE, $210; .MARVIN CONZELMAN, DEVILS TOWER, $210. TRESPASS TO HUN'E. KENNETH WATSON, GILLETTE, $210. li i+ I' COMPENSATION-S100, JAIL-180 DAYS, SUSPEND-150 DAYS, PROBATION-6 [i SUSPEND-173 DAYS, PROBATION-6 MONTHS, ATTEND AA MEETINGS, NOT i MONTHS, REPAY PUBLIC DEFENDER VIOLATE ANY LAWS, NOT CONSUME OR COSTS, NOT VIOLATE ANY LAWS, NOT POSSESS ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED CONSUME OR POSSESS ALCOHOL OR SUBSTANCES, NOT BE UPON PREMISES CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, NOT BE OFANYBUSINESSWHOSEMAINrrEMOF UPON PREMISES OF ANY BUSINESS SALE IS ALCOHOL, NOT KNOWINGLYAS- WHOSE MAIN ITEM OF SALE IS ALCO- SOCIATE WITH ANYONE USING OR POS- HOL NOT KNOWINGLYASSOCIATE WITH SESSING ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED ANYONE USING OR POSSESSING ALCO- SUBSTANCES, SUBMIT TO RANDOM HOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, WARRANTLESSSEARCHES, KEEPCOURT SUBMIT TO RANDOM WARRANTLESS INFORMED OF CURRENT MAILING AND SEARCHES, KEEP COURT INFORMED OF RESIDENTIAL ADDRESS, CONTINUE TO CURRENT RESIDENTIAL & MAILING AD-ATTEND SUNDANCE HIGH SCHOOL AND DRESS; ROBERT RICE, HULETT; KIMM NOT HAVE ANY ABSENCES WITHOUT CHEATHAM, SUNDANCE;FINE-$750, SUS- THE COURT'S PERMISSION, CONTINUE PEND-$250, COURTCOSTS-$30,VICTIMS COUNSEkLIN.G WITH CHERYL WALES COMPENSATION-S100, JAIL-180 DAYS, AND RONETTE KAHLER AT LEAST ONE SUSPEND-173 DAYS, PROBATION-6 TIMEPERWEEKANDPROVIDEPROOFTO MONTHS, NOTVIOLATE ANY LAWS, NOT ~ NOTACCEPTANYRIDESTOAND CONSUME OR POSSESS ALCOHOL OR FROM SC~-IOOL OR AA MEETINGS FROM CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES, NOT BE ANYONE OTHER THAN DETENTION CEN- UPON PREMISES OF ANY BUSINESS TER PERSONNEL AT ANYTIME DURING WHOSE MAIN ITEM OF SALE IS ALCO- RELEASEFFIOM'I'PE~CENTE~. HOt., NOT KNOWINGLY ASSOCIATE WITH . + CITY COURT ROBERT COMBS, WHEATLAND, OCT. 20; 52/30, $148. FRANCIS HAMMETT, MONTROSE, CO, OCT. 27, 45/30, $120 ROGER MICHAEL, SITKA, AK, OCT. 31, 45/30, $120. CHAD RUSSELL DUKA, CASPER, DRIVING WITH SUSPENDED LICENSE, FINED $390 PLUS $20 COURT COSTS. ANYONE USING OR PossEsSSING AL- COHOL OR CONTROLLED SUBSTANC, ES, SUBMIT TO RANDOM WARRANTLESS SEARCHES, KEEP COURT INFORMED OF CURRENT RESIDENTIAL AND MAILING ADDRESS; SAM VARDALOS, IL FINE- $750, SUSPEND-S250, COURT COSTS- $30, VICTIMS COMPENSATION-S100, JAIL- 180 DAYS, SUSPEND-173 DAYS, PROBA- TION-6 MONTHS, PAY FINANCIAL OBLI- GATION IMMEDIATELY, VIOLATE NO LAWS; TERRY GRISSO, GILLETTE, FINE- $750, SUSPEND-S250, COURT COSTS- $30, VICTIMS COMPENSATION-S100, JAIL- 30 DAYS, SUSPEND-23 DAYS, PROBA- TION-6 MONTHS UNSUPERVISED, NOT VIOLATE ANY LAW, NOT CONSUME OR POSSESS ALCOHOL OR CONTROLLED MARRIAGE ill ! II I Children usually do as their parents tell them until they are around fourteen. After that they usually do as their parents do. -- Anonymous II ......... SUBSTANCES, NOT BE UPON PREMISES OF ANY BUSINESS WHOSE MAIN ITEM OF THEODORE HALLS, 52, NEWCASTLE, SALE IS ALCOHOL, NOT KNOWINGLY MARRIED CYNTHIA MARIE SHEBELL, ASSOCIATE WITH ANYONE USING OR 54, NEWCASTLE, BY JUSTICE OF "I'HE POSSESSINGALCOHOLOR~D PEACE ROBERT P. HEGGE, II, NOV. 19.