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James (Sandy) McNeeley pre- sents to the Wyoming State Art Gallery his original work "Me- ,rich." Receiving the bronze-fin. ~sh bust is Neal E. Miller, Direct. ,or, Archives ~nd Historical De- partment. Mr. McNealey is a ,graduate student in art at the University of Wyoming. James Conrad McNealey ""A Wyoming native, James C. (Sandy) ,McNealey was born Sep- Cember 22, 1944. A grandfather, Joe .McNealey, came to 'Wyoming in 1878 with a cattle .drive. ,His maternal grandparen.ts settled in the Big 'Horn Basin in the 1890's. ~is father ,was born in Laramie and his mother was born near :Meeteetse. Sandy attended school in Cheyenne .and was in the :first high school graduating class at East. ~e received his Bach- The dandelions are coming! There may not be a dande- lion in sight right now. But one day soon, when it warms up, they'll be all over the lawn. That's where Scoffs TURF BUILDER PLUS 2 comes in. It citers out dandelions and a couple dozen other weeds easily and surely. Full-fer. tilizes your lawn at the same time, so that grass grows greener and sturdier. April Sale SO00 sq. ft. bag Reg. 7.95 $6.95 Authorized dealer Ph. 283-2274 Sundance i i elor of Science degree in Art ed- uca, tion from the University of Wyaming in January, 1968, and is now doing post graduate work for his master's degree. While in high schol he was a member of the Ki-ann Indian dancers, the Deca Club, Boy ,Scout Troap No. 111 and is a life member of ,the Order of De Mo- lay. In 1964 he designed and ,carved the totem pole for East High. Sandy and Laura Marie Cox ~ere married August 23, 1964. fLaura, too, was an ,East High graduate. They ~have ,~wo children, IShaun, three, and Diamelen, eighteen months. Statues in wood, bronze, ala- baster and clay decorate their home in Laramie where Sandy is teaching art in Laramie High and Laramie Junior High. "He has, in the past, exhibited art work in ,the "Own Your Own" show in Denver and is invited to exhi,bit there again this year. He also paints portraits, still life and ulation ~o set tax levies from and landscapes, the various groups requesting ~ax money would have a rough time making u*p a `budget. THE SUNDANEE TIMES It 'would also be very easy for Sundance, Wyo. April 17, 1969land and tax records to become Aucti( n Sale To he hehl at the Miehelana Ranch 12 miles south of the junction of highway 14-16 and Arvada road or turn off of highway 90 at Big Powder RiVer and go 31 miles north on Big Powder River Road between highway 90 and highway 14-16. y, April lost and muddled up in the con-NOTICE OF APPLICATION tinuous shuffle; so for these reas- RETAIL LIQUOR LICEN$|| ons we have a deadline---it is Notice is hereby given that| !~ February 1st .... the 7th day of April, 1969, ~,!1 ence Pearson filed an appliO~: for a Retail Liquor Lice~~| Rose Zella Proctor the office of the Clerk .0i] County Assessor Sundance Receives Town of ttulett, Wyoming I0~,~ following described place 1 Land being acquired by the Sta,te for highway right-of-way $413 in Taxes . premiseS,Lot 9 to-wit:. Bln ck 1, O. T. 05|| t and lands being acquired by var- Story Frame Building,; _.|i ious .departments of ,the Federal ,Government are removed .from Sales taxes collected by the Wy- and pro,tests, if any ther~ij the tax roll. "Hawever if the oming Department of Revenue against the issuance of suc~ .deeds for these sales are not re- during February have been dis-cense ~ill be heard at the ~'| corded ,before the 1st of Febru- ,tributed to cities, towns andof 8:00 p.m. on the 5th d~ counties in the state. ~May, 1969, in the City I-Iall,3 nameary theYforremain~he currentin the ~axgrantr'Syear Sundance received $~13.23 from ett, Wyoming. | and are taxable for the entire the latest distribution. Other /s/ Mae Neiman,| figures were Moorcroft, $375.87; City Clerk. | year. _ ,Hulett, $152.40; and Crook county, Dated April 7, 1969. | According to an Attorney Gem $1192.94. April 10~17-24;,May 1, 1969. eral Opinion there is no provision in Wyoming la.ws for real estate .to be taxed for a portion of a . year. If the deed for ~the land sale is not recorded by Febru- ary l~t and no agreement has been made ~be*tween the parties as to who is liable for Che taxes; then the person who o~ned the land on February 1st is liable for the ,taxes for the full year. Ownership is determined in this office ,by the dates deeds are recorded in ~the County Clerk's office. All real esta.te in ,Crook County has been assessed for the 1969 tax year and no more changes will be made this year. ~(This is the same procedure used through- out the entire Sta,te of Wyoming). If you owned the land on Feb- ruary 1 you have received your capy of ,the assessment and will be liable for the 1969 taxes. We have to have deadlines and cut-off dates in order to operate efficiently. I't is sometimes un- fortunate when deeds have been mislaid etc. but this is the way ,the la,w reads. If ,we would ,continue to make changes throughout the year we .would never have a concrete val- Lunch served at noon by 4.1t Club. Sale to start immediately after MACHINERY 2 WD-9 IHC tractors In good condition and ready to go to work; 2-3 bottom I11C 16 inch plows on rubber with new bottoms; 10 ft. IHC tandem disc; 10 ft. spring tooth harrow; 14-ft. Rod Weeder: 14 ft. IHC duckfoot, 10 ft. IHC drill on rubber, ~ 300-gal. fuel tanks; heavy duty 2-wheel trailer for hauling above tanks; small homemade two-wheel campertrailer; 5 section rotary hoe, 3-section drag harrow; 4 ft. wood wa r tank, like new; big barrel or tank pump; Marquette acetylene welder; large electric welder; electric grinder; welding table; anvil; 2 bench vises; frame for hoist; barrels; grease guns; grease; shov- els; bars; shop tools; 110 V. light plant; Wright re- cJproeating saw; new self-powered post hole digger Miscellaneous Good chrome table and 6 chairs; pole shelf; large crock; foot locker; large new pole tent, been used tlwce; Magic Chef gas range in good condition; apartment size gas range in good condition; wood burning heater; new hand weed sprayer TER S: CASH JII '| R. A. "DICK' MADER, Auctioneer Gillette, Wyoming - Phone 682-3882 Not Responsbile for Accidents playing at the ~ie~ LIMITED EDITIONBY Press your case for the plaid bush shirt. Insist xca I i :ii .~'~ double pocketed on the bravest of bush shirts. And durably pressed in a carefree blend of 80% Dacron polyester, 20% cotton. 28 to 38. \ ' li Ph. 283-2082 SundanC |