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April 13, 1984 - Image 32

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'Jesus!' Then the shooting stopped."
Sheriff Carlton
"Kelley called about 11:25. I thought
to myself, 'I might have known.' I got in
the car, with Peterson, and we made
the trip in five minutes.'
Farmer Kelley
"I couldn't believe what I'd done. I
killed one of the delinquents, I was sure
of that. Even before I fired the second
shot, I knew somebody was dead. I ran
inside and called the sheriff.
"Smitty wasn't going anywhere after
the second shot, which came about an
inch from his head. We all just layed
flat, and waited. It seemed like no time
at all ,and there was a siren. I saw little
dots of red light going on and off inside
the camper, and I knew it was coming
through the bullet holes. That's when I
thought Mike had been shot. He was
bleeding all over me."
Sheriff Carlton
"It was a mess. I knew the Parker kid
from seeing him on the street. And I
knew the driver, because we took him
in once before for a misdemeanor. We)
had an ambulance come, but it was ob-!
vious that there was no chance. Il

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news got out.
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Best Concert Series
The Second Chance Shows
If you can't guess this one the first time, we'll give you a Second Chance.
That's right, Second Chance. The Liberty Street establishment has pulled off
quite a coup in the final months with: T-Bone Burnett, UB-40, David Crosby
and The Band all putting in appearances.

"From a Piano Man to an Innocent Man" soft-rocking Mr. Joel wowed 'em
with a flood of top-40 tunes. Hot on the charts with his second gold album of
the year still young, B.J. spiced up the show by inviting his girlfriend, model
Christie Brinkely, to come along and take pictures as he did his stuff.


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At sunset allthe clouds roll
To the west;
You can't imagine the absolute
3600 panoramic horizon
Unless you've stood there and seen it.
Long, long clouds
Turning mulberry purpleand paint-box pink,
Swirled through the sunset vortex
And swept across layers of blue in more shades
Than Monet could imagine.
Could have started under the
Skies of South Dakota,
But I doubt it could have framed them.
Nights are amazing.
There are more stars in that sky
Than in the entire National Geographic
Survey of the Heavens.
There are no big city lights,
Bright city street lights here; no big cities
In South Dakota (not hardly any).
Just blackness, pure blackness,
Virgin dark unviolated by industry.
And five times five times an infinite number
Of bright sparklers,
Faint twinklers, and distant fuzzies.
You can see the rest of our galaxy from here,
The Milky Way,
In all of its 100,000 light year glory.
It's a very safe feeling,
A grounded feeling,
A feeling of being part of a whole,
Part of a race that has always looked up
At skies like this
And felt this way,
Since the time that the entire
Earth lived under sky
Like this dark
South Dakota sky. - Laurie Ochsner

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