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THE SUNDANCE TIMES of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Scott of Spearfish. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hooper shopped in Spearfish and Belle Fourche Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Good of However, all other payments, in- compensation would be payable if eluding gifts, income from employ- 10 percent or more in degree at ment, payments from commercial the time of their deaths, even life insurance, Social Security, an- though they did not die of those nuities, and retirement benefits disabilities. These survivors also must be reported as income on the are subject to the same income j~Tlm Tlmas is a legal newspap~ far all lmbUcathmL Spearfish were Sunday guests of questionnaires, limitations. & Limkey Ow Publkhar H~.d ............... Mr. and Mrs. Ray Good. Those receiving pensions should ,,wmm .,tuem, ~ews F_aItor, Aeverm~g MmmLger ..... report immediately any increase Individual liquid savings of ~ SUBSCRIPTION RATES BEAGLE HOS~FITAL m me.me whmh would raLse their Americans now amount to more .,-v ~ year in f"--"~ ---~ -A~..,-, ................... Leonard Graham of Carlile was annual income above the statutory than ~230 billion of which about ~wh- ,-,.,,,,,, ,.,...jv,.uq; ~.~m~u~m, ~.;N per ~ ............ limitations VA warned Z , . ,' . . m'e. otsmxssea rrmay, marcn z~. . , .." . $50 bllhon Is m U. S. Savmgs ~tere4 ..... ~ 1I a person recelwng pension Bonds. Z and H. Bond holdings ~ttter - u~toe po~x)ffice at Stm~, Wyoming, as ascoa~d ~ .......... fails to notify VA promptly of an ~1 ........... n ~n t,m;^., ~_~,,~n tracer the act of March $, 1879. ~amonc ~m(ly or.up m increase in income which raises ..... ~ .......... ~ .............. _ _ _ Meet at Lathrop Home his annual income above the statu- insurance for prosperity. The Catholic Study Group will tory-limit, payments will be dis- ---- p~..~J, ] NOTICE OF FINAL meet at the Carl Lathrop home at continued retroactively to the first [|'[~'~- ~ SETTLEMENT OF ESTATE 8 p.m. April 12. of the year - "v|U | ] All creditors and others interest- Mass will be held at St. Paul's This creates an overpayment, VA _ ~ed in the estate of Emma K. Olson, Catholic church in Sundance at 9 said, and is subject to recovery by | ---- - | ~11|_|| j~ | ]deceased, take notice that the un-a.m. Sunday and at 11 a.m. in the Government | ~;~ | ~|| ~lr [dersigned executor of said estate Hulett. Mass will also be held If the verso[' nromntlv notifies | r~ | || ~I|| ~]~ [ will on or before the 20th day of here April 15 and April 29. VA of suc'h an increase, "payments I Im A INMIM A I [ _ | April, 1956, file in the office of ~ will be discontinued as of the date | ~,l'~| V AP'qkL | ~..|l' Anl It he Clerk of Court of Crook Coun- __ --- of the last payment, and no over- [ [ nUUUT uunN [ty, Wyor~ng, hi.s final account and Vetemnls NOWS payment will result. | r'_.* A.~-!| 1~ | WMll IB|I ipetition ~or aistribution of said Widows and children of deceased I rrl ~tp1| |O | [estate, where anyone interestedVeterans Administration has World War I veterans whose [ " = | ity m" may examine such account and reled" annual income question Wyoming is high[ ................ . . deaths were not eonnected~ with [ 8 I ............ "ipeuuon aria me oojections t~ere- nairos to 556 000 veterans and to .... ; ....~ .u..;t.~. ..... ;.~,. m W tests.~ J'~' ."'" .w~. ~t~u7 ~c m~xv- m. ~lO'i,t~t# wiG.w| ana cnlulren ol i~" the;'rincomes do not exceed the I ~r-_~ o~t.-,.! ~..m I the n.-., ,^-~- " ..... [;staayoz~ay, 1956 and if no ob- deceasedve~whoareonVA's .m;*,~*;~.. l| J[ll~ll i:~L~I~ISLM ~l~ya|t | -w~tO /~ ~l~t/A/, "ec ' " ....... tti~'s 3 tions are filed thereto, he will nsion rolls _ wildcat m north-lm,ke ~ settle n .... pe . .. Widows and children of World ll Sundance n ~ ox sale es.These WhO receive me question- War II veterans and those with ~c~tY. Located. ~ miles I tate on the. 2~d day of May, 1956, naires are ur ed b VA to fill ,000-f..-.. ---.,,--- -- ! ~ ~u thereafter as me matter them completeW ana return taem ............. ~ l ~,vv,,o,,--~,, ~,~ ,u,~ l ,,,~ ~u,--~u ~e~t. ! may be heard inmledia ........... per|oa ~june ~, lt#:)~ t~['oug~ Jan- I I - I [ Dated at "Sundanee, Wyoming which ~en~tl~ me vA oxn~ uary 31, 1955) may be eligible for[I Bear Lodge FFh, | 'Pal Church[th. day of March, 1956. Unl. proper fmed.ut pe. .ions the veins had Lm _ [ Paul W. Heetland, tionnaires are returned to VA with. ice-connected disabilities for which [ l~l~Ws ~_ ,, Executor in 30 days, pension payments must Wm ........ I tteynolos & Lathrop, Attorneys be stopped, VA said ,, ~e nero at the March 29" A ril 2- .... " ~hurch on Easter ~t '7-.~m], p 5-1 19 I Smce dmabllity and death pen- in the morning All'are ~ ~ [ sions are subject to annual income #) ~' to .these servi'ces. Mr. [ NOTICE BY PUBLICATION l'm~ita~ons, questionnaires are mail- ~ r ~.. _~L~ ,.,. r~ ..... 5 '.~.'11 preach on the sub-|TO: The unknown heirs, devisees, ~ out. yearly. The current ques- ~ ~m~l~r~I~ I ][/~/~ 76nat Easter, can mean[ or legatees of William H. Me- hun[arras request data on 1955 ) ~H~71~'~V| Nu~H||~u~/~' ~' Christian. ~ Cabe and of Willie P. McCabe, income, and on the anticipated ~# ~ i~day the junior choir [ both of whom are deceased; and 1956 income. ~ ~elou Pensions are payable to certain ._ s time on a hayde| to all creditors and others m-~ .. ~ Mayer ranch. This Sat-[ terested in the estate of William ehg~ble veterans of World War I, ~ [~A~A| | [4A| | choir will meet st 11 ~ H McCabe. deceased" I World War II and the i~orean con- ) nstutntt Snth ) O .... " " " " " ; r easter eggs and then [ You and each of you are hereby [fllct period who are permanently 5 ,a~ter ana ~or~tlly olSaoleu from causes egg hunt to which|notified that a petition has been S rs of notconnected wRh their servwe I the Sunday school [ filed in the District Court of the ; " " " ~ ~ .~ I _ ~_ | .~ . II ~ _. _ | ~ ~l . The hunt will begin [ Sixth Judicial District sitting in the l in thearmed frces,andtO certain ~ .~l~||r~ [~l~[q~ ~ /~ ." l Town of Sundance, Crook County N widows and children of veterans of ~h ~n~,~ | ~ | ~v,~ |- |~ | ~ | ~V | ~Ciay, prece W omm b ~' these wars who die of nonservlee` ~" Pal-- ding the serv-I y " g, y William L. Jay and [ ' " ( ~ ( a ,ns, six persons were [ Zack Jay, setting forth that Wil-,connected. causes. In both cases, ~ ~_ ~_ ) net w the annual me,me of those rece~v elcomed i n t o [ liam H. McCabe died intestate dur- [ " ~ ~" ~" ][ ~rc~ mg penslons must not exceed ... They were. Mar-[ ing the year 1918, in France, bein~ I" " ) - raylor, Stephen Rav lthen a resident Of Crook C0unty~!$1,400;" without dependents, or ~t -- . .... m A ~t huron W omln $2,700, wlth dependents Rose Roadifer, n y " g, and that the said dece- - - . Mitich Orchestra ( ~ Road|far, Ellen De-[ dent was then the owner of the VA said the..my aepenaenrs a~- ct ................... ) er, a lowed for a llvmg veteran for pen k" nd Irwin David l following described real estate . . . " ~' q~ the stun purposes are a wife and rumor same service Mr. [ to-wit: . . ~ -A- _A_ #~ annou ~ ~ ~ ~ children, and for a wldow, only )~ )~ [ .. nced that Orlo [ SE ~ SW ~, SW ~ SE ~, See. . . f~ ~ ~ t:arl L ~ minor children. t~ athrop had been[I0; ENW ~, WNE, t ~r ~e vestry by the con-[ NE~ASW%, NWX~SE%, Sec. o For ~come pu ,rposes, payments ~ Sponsored bythe Farrall Rural Club - ) I 15" all in T 56 N R 64 W from vA for aeam or alsaoHlty, I 6tl~ P M, Crook County Wvo:including proceeds of GI ins[r- ~ ICE " " ~' ~ "' ance, need not be reported OF FINAL land that the said decedent left ~o~NTndOLeESTnAteT~st.I ~urv*v:fgtimhas wh~:wl,e ~ndin]py ~ "~~-~ ~' estate of Louie Blake[McCabe, who is now deceased, ~ as Louis Blake, de- [ who has heretofore conveyed the ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ) ~otice that the under-Isaid lands through mesne convey- ~) ~I~L~IL..J ~ 7 of said estate will[ances to the undersigned petition- C n ~, e 20th day of April, I ers; and said petition further pray- ; office of the Clerk ~ ing that the court enter its decree ~ A ~. ~ L ~. m ~., ~ ~, ..... ~ rook Coun determining the date of death of [ ty, Wyo- account and peti.[saiddecedent, his heirs and their ( (~I~C~)(~i;;;I~Y NI;;;W% ; ntion of said estate, ldegree of kinship to him, and the ~' il ~'~Wlmm-, ~m u m v , interested may ex-iright of descent of the above de- ~) , r COunt and petition scribed real estate. :ctions theretn in[ You are fu er notified that] VoL 2--- No. 6 Sundance, Wyo. March 29, 1956 time before the ls't[the time for hearing on the aboveI1 . , t 956 and if no ob-|mentioned petition has been fixed~) ~rm,,,r~o | ............. | ......... # -~d thereto, he willnhytheClerkofCourtatl0:00a.m.[~ .... | lqCNIC ltAM$ [ [~^. u~ ) IiI-/I~ II I~I- IIU lement of said es-[on April 24, 1956, in the courtI ) STAR HAM I I L day of May, 1056.|room of the court house, before, ~t I 6 to 8 pound I ~after as the matter[ the said court at Sundance, Crook [ ~ Half or Whole i average | Fresh Ground { [ County, Wyoming, on or before [ ~ | | ~' tndanee, Wyoming|which time any objections may bel4~~d It. I oo., It. I q IL- | A/t ) !March, 1956 [presented or filed. [~ |U, | |M. | = J|eVV [ Blake, " I WILLIAM L. JAY, I I -- ~r "' ' I and ZACK JAY, ] / | ARMOU]g'S | t hrop, AttorneysI Petitioners DEEE DID I I W 5-12-19 [Scotty Gladstone, Attorney LIk| | CH h DA/ M | .nl s.v } "-'-"---- I March 29; April 5, 12, 19[ ~) U. iS. CHOICE I t~pLm~blbl~ UJet~VU~ l $ lb. can [ r -reeko.ndl m$ [/61b,.-$l.00 I nb,-$'oo I ", ~mg guests of For-I ~ [( ..... I ' I .... It|day. Cake and[ For Alfalfa Weevil . o~de~ your[ ~, m~ | | | lie I ~al|O | _ _ _ r !erred to celebrate]Heptchlor and Dieldrln nowI ( Kaausnes or l miracle wnm l Occudent Flour ) birthday Cards from Snndanee Pharmecy. " nt " I Mr and Mrs George Richardsi ( Green Onions I Q I b. tamme uart Jar 1 b ~.as held at Sunny l and Mr. and ~,s. Logan Brimmer I L I .A I ,Ity hall Saturdaylvisited near Alzada, Mont. SundayI ~j ~. n .... k I I 3.75 [ 17 with twenty.lwith Mr. and Mrs. Chester Whitney.[ ( ,at, uu.~,,, I " l *r' ) ,.. [Mrs. Whitney is Mrs. Richards'[] ....... , ~erb Minnich and and Mr. Brimmer s niece and .... e Unday afternoon ]daughter. ] We will have m some Easter lnlms for sale the latter part of th r Olsons. ] Walter Gordon and Alvin Woodsl~t week. It would help us ff you placed your order early Let's all , ]of Alva flew to Sundance Friday[ ~' _._ ~.~ At_ .... I_ o.._J.... Club ~on business. [| ,gO tU UI1U['UII ~Ulltltt~, Date I Mrs. Francis Bond, Frantic, l{ Verleaf Club will| Carol and Carl and Mrs. Walter~ ) f Jessie Pearson~ Bond shopped in Rapid City Mon-[ ~ , '_~z. All future|day. Ii cmu will be held| Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Carr and[" J family were Sunday dinner guests[ j