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PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JANUARY 30, 1997 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT WITHIN AND FOR CROOK COUNTY, STATE OF WYOMING IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ) LAURA CHASSELL TOOPS. ) Probate No. 5019 Deceased. ) NOTICE OF FOREIGN PROBATE TO ALL PERSONS INTERF-~TED IN SAID ESTATE: You are hereby notified on the 21 day of January, 1997, a duly authenticated copy of the Last Will and Testament of the decedent was admitted to probate by the above Court and Nona Toops Wylie was appointed Personal Representative. Any action to set aside the Will shall be filed with 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, all persons indebted to the decedent or to his Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned at HUGHES LAW OFFICES, P. O. Box 456, Sundance, WY 82729. Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate are required to file them in duplicate with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of Court, P.O. Box 904, Sundance, Wyoming, 82729-0904 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 27th day of November, 1996. NONA TOOPS WYLIE Personal Representative Publish: January 30; February 6, 13, 1997 STATE OF WYOMING ) IN THE DISTRICT COURT )as COUNTY OF CAMPBELL ) SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT IN THE MATIER OF THE ESTATE OF ) Probate No. 5024 KENNICO'IT KAY MAI~OM DRISKILL ) Decedent. ) NOTICE OF nq~J.RXNO ON V~._~IItD PETITION TO ALLOW FTT-~Q OF FOREIGN WILL AS LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT OF ERNNICOTT KAY MALCOM DRISKILL AND SUMMARY PROCEEDING FOR DISTRIBUTION OF REAL PROPERTY To All Persons Interested in the Above-EntiUed Matter: You and each of you are hereby notified that a Verified Petition To Allow Filing Of Foreign Will As Last Will And Testament Of Kennicott Kay Malcom Driskill And Summary Proceeding For Distribution Of Real Property has been filed in the above-captioned matter, which Verified PeUtion alleges Kennicott Kay Malcom Driskill died on the 20th day of February, 1996, and that said Decedent died seized of an interest in the real property described in the Verified Petition. The object of the Verified Petition is to admit Kennicott Kay Malcom Driskilrs Last Will and Testament for filing, and to distribute all of his real property interests to Shirley H. Driskill, as Trustee of the Drlskill FamilyTrust dated June 23, 1993, and for such other relief as is described in the Verified Petition. You are required to file an answer to said Verified Petition prior to the time of hearing on this matter or default will be entered against you and the relief prayed for in the Verified Petition will be granted. You are further notified that you are required to appear at the above-mentioned time and place to object to said Verified Petition or the relief as requested may be entered. Said Verified Petition will come on for hearing before the Honorable Judge Dan Price of the sixth Judicial District at the Crook County Courthouse located at 309 Cleveland, Sundance, Wyoming on the I I th day of March, 1997 at I 1:30 o'clock a.m. for final determination and entry of the Decree. DATED this 27th day of January, 1997. LAW FIRM OF J. STAN WOLFE J. Stan Wolfe Attorney for Petitioner 222 S. Gillette Avenue, Suite 500 Gillette, Wyoming 82716 (307) 682-2151 February 6, 1997 Publish: January 30; BEFORE THE OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF THE STATE OF WYOMING The following matters will come before this Commission on Monday, February I0. 1997, at I:00 P.M., or as soon thereafter as the matters may be heard, or between the hours of 9:00 A.M. and 4:00 P.M. on any of the subsequent days during which the Commission remains in session in the Conference Room of the off~ce of the State Oil and Gas Supervisor, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming. Cause No. 4, Order No. I, Docket No. 34-97, brought on the applicaUon of GCRL Energy, L'rD, for an order from the Commission for an exception location to be located 790' FWL and 900' FSL in the SWI/ 4SWI/4 of Section 8, Township 53 North, Range 68 West, Prairie Creek Field Area, Crook County, Wyoming. In the absence of any objection, this matter will be granted administrative approval on February 7, ' 1997. Cause No. 4, Order No. 2, Docket No. 35-97, brought on the application of GCRL Energy, LTD, for an order from the Commission establishing a 40.39 acre drilling and spacing unit comprised of 20.39 acres from Section 7:NI/2 of Lot 15 (NI/2SWI/4SEI/4); and 20 acres from Sect/on 7:S1/2NWI/4SEI/4; with the authorized location to be in Lot 15 of Section 7, 1,230' FSL and 1,940' FEL, Township 53 North, Range 68 West, for the Minnelusa Formation, Prairie Creek Field Area, Crook County, Wyoming. Cause No. 5. Order No. I, Docket No. 36-97. brought on the application of GCRL Energy, LTD, for an order from the Commission pooling all royalty and overriding royalty interest in the drilling and spacing unit for the Minnelusa Formation in portions of Section 7, Township 53 North, Range 68 West, Prairie Creek Field Area, Crook County, Wyo- ming. Any interested firm, person or corporation is entitled to appear at the time and place aforesaid to be heard by the Commission, and the application may be inspected in the office of the undersigned, 777 West First Street, Casper, Wyoming. If there are any protests in the above matters, please make such known to the State Oil and Gas Supervisor at least three (3) working days before the hearing. WYOMING OIL AND GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION Donald Basko Donald B. Basko, Secretary Publish: January 30, 1997 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEAR/NG A public hearing will be held Monday, February 3, 1997 at 8:00 PM in the City Hail in Sundance, Wyoming. The purpose of the hearing is to obtain public input regarding the Community Development Block Grant projects which may qualify for funding under the State of Wyoming's Community Development Block Grant Program. There is over $1,000,000 of funds available statewide this year with a maximum of $250,000 allotted for each application. There is a wide range of actlvitles that could be eligible under this program. That Information will be available at the hearing or can be obtained by calling Executive Director Barbara Crawford at 283-1710. If you are unable to attend the February 3 meeting, but would like to submit comments, please mall them to Mayor Jim Miller, P.O. Box 542, Sundance, Wyoming 82729. I fhandicap/disabled accessibility is needed, please call before the hearing so arrangements can be made. At present, the City of Sundance Is considering sponsoring an appli- cation by the Sundance Senior Citizen Center to fund office, kitchen, sanitation and safety improvements for the Sundance Senior and Crook County Senior Programs. Publish: January 23, 30, 1997 The Olympic Games in ancient Greece first fea- tured chariot races in 680 B.C. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS FOR HORSE PASTURE The "['own of Sundance has available four separate parcels of land for lease for the period March I, 1997 to March l, 1999. These parcels are: (I} The Green Mountain Cemetery Pasture Is located around Green" Mountain. It is located in the NWI/4NEI/4, Section 19, T51N. R62W, 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming. Water Is not available on the property. No haying will be allowed on this parcel because the area is being treated for noxious weeds. This pasture contains 35 acres, more or less. Up to four horses will be allowed on this pasture. (2) The ~ is located between the Town's landfill and wastewater lagoons. It is located in SE I/4, Section 18, T51 N, R62W, 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming. Water may be available for part of the year. This pasture contains 40 acres, more or less. Up to four horses will be allowed on this pasture. (3) The Water Tank Pastur is south of 1-90 and the frontage road by the Town's silver water tank. It is located in the SI/2NWl/4, Section 24, T51 N, R63W, 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming and contains 15 acres, more or less. Up to two horses will be allowed on this pasture. Water may be available part of the year. (4) The ~ is located Just west ofSundance Equlpment in the SW I/4NW1/4, Section 23, T51 N, R63W of the 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming. Water may not be available on the property. This pasture contains 20 acres, more or less. Up to two horses will be allowed on this pasture. Fences and structures will be maintained by the Lessee to the satisfaction of the Town. No other fencing or structures will be allowed without prior approval of the Town. Any new fences or permanent structures placed on this property by the Lessee will become the property of the Town. All weed and pest control will be the sole responsibility of the Lessee. If the Town acquires an Immedlate need for the land prior to the expiration date, the Town will give the Lessee sixty day written notice. Bidders will place their bids in a sealed envelope with their name, pasture name, and pasture number on the outside of the envelope. Each bid shall be in a separate envelope. Bids will be accepted until 7:30 P.M., February 3, 1997 at whlch time they will be opened and read aloud. The Council retains the right to waive any and all irregularities and accept the bid most advantageous to the Town. The Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids. All leases will be for a two year period unless a need by the Town arises. All bids will be lump sum for the two year period. James A. Miller, Mayor City of Sundance Publish: January 23, 30, 1997 VIN reports - I I; Paper Services - 21. January 20 Assist other agency - Wyoming Highway Patrol. Deputy assisted WHP searching for a truck that was reported to be leaking some- thing. Trespassing reported in County. Deputy took report and case is under investigation. Travelers aid requested. Motorist was given assistance. Motorist assist. Deputy stopped to assist a stranded motorist. Help was already on the way and all was okay. Asslst other agency - Sundance Police Department. Deputy as- sisted with traffic control in Sun- d/race. ............ Motorist assist. Deputy gave a courtesy ride to a motorist who hit a deer and had help on the scene to tow the vehicle. Two civil assists. Deputy gave a courtesy ride to passengers from a vehicle broke down and a tow truck was called for the vehicle. January 21 Vehicle theft reported from the Colony area. Theft was later can- celled when the vehicle was located in Belle Fourche. Harrassing phone calls reported. Case is under investigation. Traffic complaint - vehicle parked in lane of traffic. Deputy responded to the area, but had negative con- tact with the vehicle. Assist other agency - Campbell County Deputies. Deputies as- sisted locating runaway Juveniles from Campbell County. Sundance Fire Department and Ambulance was dispatched to a house fire. January 22 Vehicle accident reported on county road. Deputy responded to the area to do invesUgation. January 23 Animal complaint received. Case is under investigation. January 24 Trespassing reported. Deputy re- sponded to the area, but had negative contact with any tres- passers. Vandalism reported. Case is un- der investigation. Prisoner transport. Subject ar- rested on Wyoming warrant and transported to Crook County De- tention Center. Child abuse reported. Case is under investigation. Sundance Ambulance dispatched to a residence. January 25 Civil assist. Deputy did a civil standy-by for subject in county. Two Insufficient funds checks turned over to Deputy for collection. Sundance Ambulance and Fire Department dispatched In the Sundance area. Moorcroft Ambulance dispatched to a residence. January 26 Traffic control. Deputies assisted with traffic control for the Freeze Your Fanny Walk/Run. Sundance Ambulance did a stand-by for the Walk/Run. Sundance Ambulance did a transport from the Walk/Run to the Crook County Memorial Hospl- tal. Classifieds... A "Sell" of a Deal! Sagebrushers Sodbusters Springchlckens UNIQUE SCORES Frank Blakeman 5-6, 5-6 Char. Langenderfer 3-9- I0, Ancil Sisson 5-7 Dave Roberts I-5-10, 8-9 Jeannette Ray 5-6- I 0 Phyllis Queen 3- I0 Hazel Baker 7-9-4 Mary Ann Shannon 3-10 Gail Morris 6-7 Alice Langenderfer 4-7, 4-7 Doris Jespersen 3- I 0 Coralie Lubken 4-5 Olive Mellor 3- I 0 324O 3184 3128 3-I0 Game & Fish meetings to discuss regulation changes The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will public meetings across the state to discuss regu- lation changes. Hunters, personal watercraft owners, meat proces- sors and other interested members of the public are encouraged to attend and discuss the following items: 1. Proposed regulations that would make it a violation to oper- ate personal watercraft that: * creates a wake within 100 feet of the shoreline or a drifting, trolling or anchored fishermen except then approaching or leaving shore with the purpose of taking off or land- ing. * crosses or Jumps the wake of another vessel within 100 feet of that vessel. * is equipped with a "kill switch." unless the owitch is attached to the operator with a lanyard so the engine will shut off it the operator is ejected. * The new regulations also re- quire all persons aboard personal JUSTICE COURT Week of January 20, 1997 Speeding watercraR to wear life jackets. Watercrail, personalwatercraft and Heather Dodds, Deerfleld, IL, 85/ water sport toys are defined in the 75, $85; Jason Paine, Gillette, WY 90/75, $195; Robert Groethe, new regulations. Rapid City, SO, 86/75, $90; Bobbl 2. The G&F is proposing to pro- Bray, Denver, CO, 83/75, $75; hiblt watercraft from the following waters: Rodney Smith, Gillette, WY, 82/ * Personal watercraft on Green 75, $70. ' River Lakes and Soda Lake on the Overweight Vehicle Kelth Kirsch. Mott. NO, $45. Hang on Outside of Moving Vehicle Scott Dendy, Hulett, WY. $50. Battery Donna Schafer, Sundance, WY. Court Costs, $20, Victim's Com- pensation, $50, Probation I Year, Impulse Control Evaluation. January 14, 1997 TEAM 8TANDINGS Sagebrushers 50-18 Oddballs 40-28 Climbers 36-32 Elghtballs 35-33. Springchickens 34.34 .~xibusters 34-34 Snowbirds 34-34 Eight Team 9-59 MEN'S HIGH GAME Ken Burr 189 Char. Langenderfer 181 Bill Baker 174 MEN'S RIGH SERIF~ Ken Burr 503 Char. Langenderfer 474 Bart Olson 441 WOMEI S HIGH GAME Irene Buckmiller 220 Etta Pearce (Sub) 215 Coralie Lubken 178 WOMEN'S HIGH SERIES Irene Buckmfller 513 Lois Hilkemeier 504 Hazel Baker 47 l TEAM HIGH GAME Springchickens ! 189 Sagebrushers l I I 0 Sagebrushers 1088 TEAM HIGH SERIF.~ Soda Lake Wildlife Habitat Man- agement Area is Sublette County. * Motor-powered watercraft on Burlington Reservoir in Natrona County and North Crow Reservoir in Laram/e County. * Internal combustion (gas pow- ered) motors on the Snake River from West Table Boat Ramp to Sheep Gulch Boat Ramp, A&M Reservoir In Sweetwatet County, Black Hills Power and Light Osage Pond in Weston County and Soda Lake on the Soda Lake Wildlife Habitat ManagementArea May I 0- 31. 3. Spring and fall black bear sea- sons. 4. New regulations governing the procedure for suspension of hunting, fishing and trapping li- cense privileges In Wyoming for violations committed in compact states. 5. Proposal that all wild game left at processing plants must be picked up by the hunter within 45 days. Meetings in our area will be in Casper, Feb. 7, G&F Regional Of- rice, 7 p.m. and in Sheridan, Feb. I 0, Sheridan County Courthouse at 7 p.m. For those unable to attend meetings, comments will also be accepted through Feb. 13 by writ- ing: Wyoming Game and Fish De- partment, 3030 Energy Lane, SuRe 100. Casper. WY 82604. A copy of the proposed regulation changes can be requested from the same address or by calling 1-800-233- 8544. The largest shell--four 500 pounds--is that of the Paclflc Ocean. m m By this time most everyone has had an opportunity to notice that the temperature shown on the thermometer does not seem to match the way it feels. That is because of what is called "wind chilr'. With the high winds that are common to this area, arctic tem- peratures seem to drop even fur- ther making weather conditions very dangerous. It Is wise to re- member that it is very easy, as a result, to get frost bite or hypo- thermla. Although weather reports the last couple of days seem to indicate a warming trend Is in the works, they are also saying that there is another arctic cold front waiting in the wings. With another couple of months of winter to go, there are probably several more. The official temperatures for Sundance recently have not been as low as those in 'some of the surrounding communities. They are still low enough to cause 35 30 25 20 15 10 Windchill Chart Actual Air Temperature 5 0 -5 -10 -15 Your Local Medlcal HeaR| TREATING COLDS AND by Dr. Robert Once you have an uncom cold or flu, you might as it yourself, because have no cures for these nesses. (Antibiotics only against bacterial stead, take these steps for lowing symptoms: fever: Let a mild fever ~ degrees) alone, unless it three days or more. It Is body's wa) For fevers and aches so fortable that you can't rest, clothes on the forehead standard doses of as ibuprofen or (children under 16 should given aspirin, for fear of syndrome, a serious the brain and liver). F_atjaILlhr- : Gargle warm salt water, such on candies or lozenges and relative humidity with a or shower, steam from a vaporizer or humidifier. For nasal congestion: relative humidity as above. hot fluids, such as chicken Get foods, salsa. For a dry nose, use a t saline spray. Try to coughs that bring up they lng your respiratory tract. coughs, seek relief with measures suggested for throat. Be cautious in taking counter (non-~ remedies. Decongestant sprays, for example, can to suffer - ff you overuse them. mines can make you of them will cure you. usuallya you. If anyone has a topic they like to know more about, mail suggestions to: c/o Crook County vices. P.O. Box 517. WY 82729. Last week we were busy tenlng to the Sundance playing balloon volleyball, and crafts. We made hearts out of construction for Valentine's Day. Itwon'tt before it will be herel The ladies from the provided Ice cream and our monthly birthday Wednesday and the residents really themselves, Thank youl We are forward decorated sacks for all dents to receive each other and the staff. also be baking cookies to be decorated party. Our Pet Therapy been veryweU been several dogs and ters in to visit with the After the pets have is all that the residents for a few daysl Thank comlngl People in for visitation the following: Randee and Richard and Irene church and visitation. feet long and weighing giant clam of the South damage. When added to inches of snow which here since September 25, II which at least 6 inches are t the ground, it makes for So dress for it and chances. When traveling , along a survlval kit. printed below. enough, the largest amount~ wind speeds. -20 -25 -30 -35 -40 MPH 5 33 27 21 16 12 7 0 -5 -10 -15 -21 -26 -31 -36 -42 -47 10 22 16 10 3 -3 -9 -15 -22 -27 -34 -48 -46 -52 -58 -64-71 15 16 9 2 -5 -11 -18 -25 -31 -38 -45 -51 -58 -65 -72 -7845 20 12 4 -3 -10 -17 -24 -31 -39 -46 -53 -60 -67 -74 -81 -88-g5 25 8 1 -7 -15 -22 -29 -36 -44 -57 -59 -66 -74 -81 -88 -96-105 30 6 -2 -10 -18 -25 -33 -41 -49 -58 -64 -71 -79 -86 -g3 -101 dOg 35 4 -4 -12 -20 -27 -35 -43 -52 -58 -67 -74 -82 -89 -97 -105-115 40 3 -5 -13 -21 -29 -37 -45 -53 -60 -69 -76 -84 -92 -100 -107 -115 45 2 -6 -14 -22 -30 -38 -46 -54 -62 -70 -78 -85 -93 -102 -10g -117