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PAGE 6 THE SUNDANCE TIMES J~U~Y7,1993 STATE OF COUNTY OF CROOK JOHN J. HOUNSLOW A. HOUNSLOW, WYOMING } )ss. ) and FRANCES Vl. Plaintiffs, GERALD M. MOREL and LOIS A. MOREL, husband and wife, Defendants. IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT l l l ) Docket No. 6376 ) ) } NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under a Decree of Foreclosure and Judgment issued by the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District of Wyoming for the Cou nty of Crook in the above entitled aetlon on the 9th day of December, 1992, I am commanded to sell the following described real property, all of which Is located in Crook County, Wyoming: Townshlv 5.3 North, Range 68 West, 6ttl I'.M., Crook Count~ Kmmlag Section 12: SEI/4SWl/4 Section 13: El~2, EI/2Wl/2 Section 22:E1 ~2El/2 Section 23: Wl/2. SI/2NE]/4, SEI/4 Section 24: SWI/4NWI/4, E l/2NWI/4, N I/2SWI/4, NE I/4 Section 26: N I/2N I/2 Section 27: NEI/4NEI/4 Containing 1,800 acres, more or less. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a! the hour of l 0:00 a.m. on the 12th day ofJan uary, 1993, at the front door of the Crook Cou nty Courthouse, 309 Cleveland, Sundance, Wyoming, I will In obedlenee io the afore- mentioned Decree of Foreclosure and Judgment, sell the above-described property to satisfy the claims against the property in the total amount of $421,834.65. To thls amount due and owing will be added accrued interest, sheriffs fees, publication costs, and expenses of the sale as are reasonable and necessary. DATED this I0 day of December, 1992. SHERIFF OF CROOK COUN'IY, WYOMING Crlston Mellott STEVENS, EDWARDS & HALI.CK~'K Attorneys for Plaintiffs Post Office Box 1148 Gillette, WY 82717- 1148 Publish: December 17, 24, 3 l, 1992; Janumy 7, 1993 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK AND STATE OF WYOMING IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ) JOYCE M. LOBBAN, ) Probate No. 4895 Deceased. ) NOTICE OF PROBATE TO ALL PERSONS INrI~I"hESTED IN SAID ESTATE: You are hereby notified that. on the 16th day of December, 1992, the Last Will and Testament of the decedent was admitted Io probate by the above Court and Johnle Slngeri was appointed Per~mal Representa- tive. Any action to set aside the Will shall be filed In the Court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that all persons Indebted to the decedent or to her Estate are requested to make Immediate paymen t to the undersigned at HUGHES & DUMBRII.L, P.O. Box 456, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. Creditors having clahns against the decedent or lhe estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers, In the office of the Clerk of Court, on or before three [3) months after the date of the first publication of this notice, and If such claims are not so filed, unless otherwise allowed or paid, they will be forever barred. DATED this 17 day of December, 1992. JOHNIE SINGERT Personal Representative Ihabllsh: December 24, 31, 1992; Jantiary 7, 1993 BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WYOMING IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION OF l TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC ASSOCIATION, INC. ) TO FILE TARIFF8 ON LESS THAN 30 DAYS ) NOTICE TO PAB8 ON TO ITS MEMBERS AND ) DOCKET NO. CONSUMERS A DECRF~%SE IN ITS WHOLE- ) IO014-CP-92-14 SALE POWER COST OF $1,047,364 WITH A ) PROPOSED EFF~ DATE OF DECEMBER) 26, 19@2 } NOTICE AND ORDER (Issued December 21, 1992) This matter is before the Commission upon the November 23, 1992, application of Tri-County Electric/~ssoclatlon, Inc., hereinafter referred to as "IYI-County Electric Association, Inc., Applicant or the Company, for authority to pass on a decrease In Its wholesale power costs, as set forth more fully below. The Commission having reviewed the application and proposed tariff sheets, as well as the applicable law, and being otherwise advised in the premises, FINDS and CONCLUDES: 1. Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. Is a public utility as defined In W.S. 37-1-101(a)(vl) and, as such, the Commission has Jurisdiction pursuant to W.S. 37-2- I 12. 2. The application requests to pass on a decrease in Its wholesale power costs. Tri-County's primary supplier, Basin Electric Power Co- operative has reduced Its demand and energy charges while the Western Area Power AdminlstraUon has Increased Its demand and energy charges. The net result of these power costa changes Is a reduction to "IYi-County of $1,047,364 per year. 3. Pursuant to 3249 and 250 of the Commission's Rules, a uti!Ity may pass on prospective wholesale cost increases or decreases to its customers, subject to notice, possible hearing and refund. The appli- cation of Tri-County EIectrlc Association, Inc. conforms generally to such rules. 4. The application of Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. Is on file with the Commission at its offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and at the offices of Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. in Sundance. Wyoming, and may be inspected by any interested person during regular business hours. 5. Anyone desiring to file a statement, representation, protest or request for hearing concerning the application of qYI-County Electric Association, Inc. herein must do so on or before January 18, 1993. IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED THAT: 1. Pursuant to open meeting action taken on December 9, 1992, the application of Tri-County Electric Assocla' m, Inc. for authority to pass on a decrease in its wholesale power costs, for an effective date of December 26, 1992, should be, and the same hereby Is, approved, subject to protest, investigation, hearing, change, refund, and such other and further order as the Commission may deem necessary. 2. The tariffs filed with this application are hereby accepted for filing. 3. This Order Is effective immediately. MADE and ENTERED at Cheyenne, Wyoming on December 2 l, 1992. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WYOMING BIL TUCKER, Chairman STEVE ELLENBECKER, Commissioner (SEAL) DOUGIds, S J. MOENCH, Assistant Secretary and Commission Counsel Publish: December 31, 1992; January 7, 14, 1993 EOL Curdled hollandaise with some sour cream. sauce may be smoothed BEFORE THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WYOMING IN THE MATTER OF THE APPLICATION ) OF TRI-COUNTY ELECTRIC AflSOCIATION, ) INC. TO MAKE REVISIONS TO ITS EXPERI- ) DOCKET NO. MENTAL RATE SCHEDULE AND TARIFF } I0014-CP-@2-15 RATE RIDER, WITH A PROPO6ED EFFECTIVE} DATE OF DECEMBER 26, 1992 } NOTICE AND ORDER (Issued December 21, 1992) This matter Is before the Commission upon the November 23, 1992, application of Tri-County Electric Association, Inc., hereinafter referred to as Tri-County Electric Association, Inc., Applicant or the Company, for authority to make changes to its Time-of-Day Rate Schedule, as set forth more fully below. The Commission having reviewed the application and proposed tariff sheets, as well as the applicable law, and being otherwise advised in the premises, FINDS and CONCLUDES: 1. "[Yl-County Electric Association, Inc. Is a public utility as defined in W.S. 37-1-101(a)(vi) and, as such, the Commission has Jurisdiction pursuant to W.S. 37-2-112. 2. The application requests to extend the off-peak (lower rate) period by two hours; to replace the current off-peak (higher rate) declining block rate structure with a flat Kwh charge; to reduce the on-peak Kwh charge; and to clarify and simplify tariff language. The Time-of-Day rate schedule Is voluntary and requires installation of storage heating equipment by the customer. Each of these changes will benefit the customers and the overall revenue Impact to the utility Is a reduction of $1,080 per year. 3. The application of Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. conforms generally to the rules of the Public Service Commission and addresses a beneficial service to its customers, which is voluntary. 4. "['he application of Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. Is on file with the Commission at its offices in Cheyenne, Wyoming, and may be Inspected by any interested person during regular business hours. 5. Anyone desiring to file a statement, representation, protest or request for hearing concerning the application of Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. herein must do so on or before January 18, 1993. IT 1S THEREFORE ORDERED THAT; 1. Pursuant to open meeting action taken on December 9, 1992, the applleaUon of Tri-County Electric Association, Inc. for authority to make changes to Its Time-of-Day Rate Schedule, for an effective date of December 26, 1992, should be, and the same hereby is, approved, subject to protest, Investigation, hearing, change, refund, and such other and further order as the Commission may deem necessary. 2. The tariffs filed with this application are hereby accepted for filing. 3. This Order Is effectively Immediately. MADE and ENTERED at Cheyenne, Wyoming, this 21 st day of December, 1992. PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION OF WYOMING BIL TUCKER, Chairman STEVE ELLENBECKER, Commissioner (SEre.) DOUGLAS J. MOENCH, Assistant Secretary Publish: December 31, 1992; January 7, 14, 1993 Kathy Olson 548 Irene Buckmiller 496 Linda Blakeman 494 HIGH GAME Kathy Olson 219 Judy Meisner 197 Motorist Assist I Llnda Blakeman 191 Dec. 28 Alarm went off In the Aladdin 0 area. Officers responded and ev- Nite wl League erything checked out okay. The Highway Patrol assisted in the~4~~4~*~4~A checkout January 3, 1993 REDDI report on Hwy 24 in the Hot Spot 38 I/2-25 I/2 Hulett area. Cowboy Bar 37-27 Dec. 29 Sundance Times 36-28 A coal truck slid off the road and Joe's 34-30 blocked traffic on the Warren Peak Gazette 33-31 Road. Officers assisted with traffic Misfits 30-34 control. Aro Restaurant 26-38 Dec. 30 Sheps 21 1/2-42 1/2 A minor accident reported at Pine MEN'S HIGH GAME Haven. Officers responded, no In- Scott Buckley 234 Juries, the vehicle was removed Rich Hillman 200 from the scene. Darcy Remington (Sub) 199 A civil complaint was reported by MEN'S HIGH SERIES a Sundance business. Officers re- Scott Buckley 565 sponded and talked to all parties R/ch Hlllman 528 Involved. No complaints have been Darcy Remington 515 signed. WOMEN'S HIGH O~ Dec. 31 Settle Vrana 214 A one-vehlcle accident in the Brenda Wagner 179 Beulah area. Minor damage to re- Patty Allen 170 hlcle and to property. The subject WOII~,N'S HIGH SERIES was Issued a citation. Hazel Baker (Sub) 503 Three speeding violations wereBettie Vrana 500 reported. Brenda Wagner 492 Assisted the Sundance Police TEAM HIGH GAME Department in reference to a civil Cowboy Bar 890 disturbance In the Sundance area. Joe's 815 One male subject was arrested Hot Spot 807 and charged with OWl. TEAM HIGH 8~ Jan. I Cowboy Bar 2429 Suspicious circumstances were Sundance Tlmes 2317 reported in the Sundance area.Hot Spot 2287 Officers checked and everything UNIQUE SCORES was okay. Donny Annis 3-10 REDDI report 1-90 between Moorcroft and Gillette. All County, Moorcroft, Sundance and Spearf- W~ lsh, SD officers were notified. Spearfish Police Department had contact. ~L~. ~. ~.~. ~. A ~. ~..A. Report of a suspicious vehicle in 'r4rv-~-v'~'v"w'~ ~" ~ "~ ., the Buckmiller subdivision. Offlc- JUSTICE CO~ ers talked to the subject, who was Week of Doeember 22, 1002 looking for a friend. He was advised SlmedbNg to leave. Christine C. Aeuna, Gillette, WY, An attempt was made to locate a $5.00; Wesley C. Smith, Gillette, logger in the Moskee area. The WY,$80.00;DonaldJlmmyMayes, subJectwas found, his vehlcle was Gillette, WY, $55.00; Edward stuck. Austin, ContooCoolL NH, $115.00; Assisted the Highway Patrol with Esward RaySmith, Newcastle, WY, a one vehicle rollover. $137,00; Janelle R. Bettman, Jan. 2 Carlile, WY, $34.00. Report of subjects trespassing in Ion N. Bachand, Sturgis, SO, the Blacktail area. One subject $50.00; Charles Lee Wilcox !I, was given a citation. Hulett, WY, $55.00; Kathleen Three citations glven for traffic Frances Woodward, Gillette, WY, violations. $85.00; John Clark Dunbar IV, One vehicle hit a deer on 1-90 in Gillette, WY, $29.00; Robert G. the Beulah area. A following ve- Wenger, Carlfle, WY, $20.00. hlcle hit two more deer. One ve- Overweight hicle was damaged. Teresa M. Duncan, Lead, SD, $35.00. Fallod to Show Proof STUMBLEBUM" LEAGUE of lmmmMe ..L Daniel James Duvall, Sundance, WY, $I00.00. Driving Under Suspension December 17, 1992 Brenda Bonnett' Hulett, WY, Fuller ConaL 44-16 Donna's Diner 39-21 $I00.00. Cars Bait Shop 38-22 Starr Comm. 30-30 Sundance Equip 29 I/2-30 I/2 Worden Acct. 29-31 Alley Cat's 28 1/2-31 1/2 Non-Members 2-58 HIGH GAME SERIES Don't Let Your Comlmtlt/on Get The Jump On Youl ADVF TISE IN THE CLASSIFIEDS! 8UNDANCE ~DHOOL Mon., Jan. 11 Hamburger on a bun, pickle spear, tater gems w/cheese sauce, I/2 orange, rice krlsple bar, milk. Tues., Jan. 12 Cheese soup, meat sandwich, veggle sticks, apple crisp, milk. Wed., Jan. 13 Taco salad, pineapple, milk. Thurs., Jan. 14 Hamburger bean casserole, muffins, carrots, mixed fruit, milk. Fri., Jan. 15 No school. Teachers Inservice. Citizen Menu 8UNDANCE Mort., Jan. 11 Pork roast, sauerkraut, baked sweet potato, applesauce, whole wheat roll, chocolate frosting, cup- cake. Tues., Jan. 12 Roast turkey, mashed potatoes, ch/cken gravy, spinach, waldorf salad, roll, sherbert. Wed., Jan. 13 Salisbury steak, brown gravy, baked potato, green beans, green/ gold relish, whole wheat roll, fresh orange, 'Thurs., Jan. 14 Oven baked chicken, potatoes/ gravy, peas/mushrooms, tossed salad, biscuit, sweet cherries. PH., Jan. 15 Tuna noodle bake, cabbage/car- rot slaw, french bread, pineapple upside down cake. MOORCROFT 8un., Jan. 7 Roast pork, rice/gravy, peas/ carrots, lettuce/tomato, whole wheat roll, prunes. Tues., Jan. 9 Spaghetti with meat balls, green beans, tossed salad, cabbage/ carrot slaw, sherbert. Wed., Jan. lO Meat rice cheese casserole, green beans, whole wheat roll, orange Juice, oatmeal/raisin cookie. Thurs., Jan, II Rib-B-Que, baked potato, peas/ carrots, Jellied applesauce, whole wheat roll, fresh orange. FrL, Jan. 12 Baked Flounder, bread stuffing, low sodium tomato Juice, green beans, whole wheat roll, peach cobbler. HULETr Sun., Jan. I0 Roast beef, mashed potato w/ gravy, green beans, carrot cabbage slaw, roll, peach cobbler. Tram., Jan. 12 Lasagna w/LF cottage cheese, green peas, fruited Jello salad, sliced Italian bread, oatmeal raisin cookie. Wed., Jan. 13 Rib BQ on a bun w/BQ sauce, cranberryJu/ce, mixed vegetables, apricot oatmeal chews. Thu~., Jan. 14 Savory meatloaf, mixed veg- etables, glngered pears, whole wheat roll, brownie w/nuts. Fri., Jan. 15 Meat rlce-cheese casserole, green beans, orange Juice, whole wheat roll, oatmeal m/sln cookie. I. [ ders, neck or arms. People l~ a heart attack could also~ light headedness, fainting, st[ ing, nausea, or shortness ofb~ The American Heart Associ reports that more than 3or- Americans die each year heart attacks before hospital, so you don't want to J the warning signals. The American recommends you call the gency Rescue Squad if y having chest discomfort lasln minutes or longer. If you can i a hospital faster by car, someone drive you - don't yourself. If you're with someone w experiencing the wanting that last for two minutes or la insist on taking prompt ~i Expect the person to den] posslbtl/ty of anything as se as a heart attack. Call the E gency Rescue Squad or get nearest hospital emergency Many people who have a attack doubt they can normal life. The three most mon feelings people have having a heart attack are anger, and depression. feelings are common. They us P last two to six months. Thea remember is that every day,~ heart Is healing and you're g~r~ stronger and more mohile. 1~-" sands of Americans survive attacks each, go back to work again and tinue to enjoy life. January 1, 1993 Healthy Resolutions It's again time to make most effective health care ventive care. Many of eases and injuries can be trolled or eliminated by yourlifestyle. New Year's is think about your health and you can do for your health the coming year. If you're for things to add to your resolutions, consider these: 1. Quit Smoking or help else quit - nesses kill more than Americans each year. smoke is also a cause of including lung cancer and disease. Only ten years quitting cigarettes, a smoker's risk for lung cancer low as a nonsmoker. For who smoke, smoking not causes lung cancer and "disease but also osteoporosl miscarriages. The combinati U smoking an~l,,[~klng birth coj~/~ pills can Increase the risk oflP ', disease up to40 thnes, .: ~: 2. Be moderate in alcohol~:u sumption - Alcoholism is one ~.... leading causes of liver diseas~[ll,,~ takes an estimated 120,000~ each year. Alcohol use has linked to 40% of all traffic fata "" Alcohol consumption during~ nancy, even In small arnount | do damage to an unborn chl 3. Write a family health hls The best indicator of health~ " longevity is in your family Many treatable health condil[ are linked to family hlstor eluding heart disease, many of cancer (especially breast cer), high blood pressure, and defects. Talking to family hers and writing a history significantly help you and physician look for possible h problems and treat them em 4. Select an exercise progra~ stick to It - Aerobic exerci~ minutes 3 times a week is o the finest health investment I tt k tt I1 can make. Regular exercis help control your weight, heart performance, lower cholesterol along with many by Jolm Barraaso, M.D. health benefits. Cheek witt doctor and begin a routine What's A Heart Attack clse program suitable for )to You ,e heard ofit, you might fear ness level. For women con it, you may have even had one. So, about osteoporoais, an addJ what's a heart attack? benefit of exercise is that it Our friends at the American Heart keep calcium in your bones Association of Wyoming have pre- 5. Eat a low-fat diet - pared a very nice summary ex- help lower your risk of plalnlng exactly what happens ease and cancer. during a heart attack. Please have a happy and A heart attack occurs when the New Year. blood supply to part of the heart Wyoming ranked muscle Is severely reduced or stopped. This usually happens 3rd in sheep when the small arteries called coronaryarteriesthatsupplyblood According to the most to the heart muscle are blocked, census of agriculture ( They can be blocked by deposits of Wyoming ranked third in fat and cholesterol. A very small and blood clot can also block the heads. The number coronary artery and cause a heart lambs shorn totaled attack, counting for 7.1 million Inaheartattack, theheartmuscle wool. The 1987 does not get the blood carrying the sus also showed sales of lambs and wool totaled nutrition it needs, and the heart million. muscle is damaged. If a lot of the Wyoming reported 5,9 0 heartmuseledownstreamfromthe with cattle and calves and blockage can't get any blood or ventory of 1.4 million in nutrition, all of that heart muscle number of cattle and will die. During a heart attack, the body during 1987totaled956 Wheat for grain usually sendsoutwarnings/gnala 252,784 acres from 924 that the heart Is starving for oxy- There were 7.2 million gen. The signals include an un- produced during 1987. comfortable pressure, fullness, represented $17.4 million squeezing or pain In the center of cultural sales. your chest for more than two producing wheat minutes. Another symptom is chest 1,095 farms in 1982 pain that spreads to your shoul- in 1987. 2 it, t~ )!