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I How Can Live On ! Now that jobs are becomingI earner to protect his job or to , more plentiful and spring demand ] collect his unemployment benefits, for help is advancing to the short-] the manager asserts. age stage in some lines, Alice I.] - Addington, manager of the Wyo-~ ruing State Employment Service in/ Newcastle, has just pointed upI what.she finds are the two biggest l (April 26) boners people can pull who hope to claim unemployment insurance benefits. The first is for tile worker to quit his steady job before he has a better spot, because he says he cannot make out on the wages it pays. Mrs. Addington reports that the Employment Security Commission, which receives the claims, wants to know, how can he quit and live on about half that much, which is what he expects to draw as un- employment insurance benefits? But even worse, the Commission does not consider this a good cause for quitting. As a result, he will probably get nothing in benefits. So he goes from a poor paying job to nothing, unless he actually gets a better job, but then,-he is not a ela/unant. The second boner, the manager said, is quitting because the worker has heard a rumor or thinks his job is about finished and he may be laid off anyway. The Commission takes a dim view of this also, Mrs. Addingten observes. What's the use of being out of work longer than necessary? And here again, the Commission does not consider this a good rea- son for quitting, so he witl likely get nothing in benefits. The Commission can only pay benefits in compliance with the law. The law was intended to help people who have worked faithfuly and have done all they could to stay at work and to pro- tect their job. Quitting a low paying job with- out another in sight, or quitting ahead of time because of some rumor which may be wrong, is not the way for a conscientious wage Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews, Miss Anne Guidinger and Louise Sum- mers enjoyed playing canasta at the Royal Mills home Monday eve-[ ning. Miss Anne Guidinger accompani- ed Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews to Mrs. Junior Mills took her child- ren to Spearfish on Wednesday where they received their polio shots. Mrs. Louise Summers ac- comb.anted them. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kreger from Rapid City are spending their vacation visiting at the Frank Tauck home. Mrs. Eddy Cesna and boys went to Spearfish with Mrs. Frank Simons on Wednesday. The Sim- ons children have been having the measles. Frank has been ill with the flu. Miss Anne Guidinger is the owner of a 1954 sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Royal Mills, St. returned from a several months stay in Corpus Christi, Texas. The Gerald Blakeman and Rob- ert Vote families attended the FFA Banquet in Sundance Friday evening. The Beulah school took part in the Achievement Day program held in Sundance Saturday. Most everyone from in and around Beulah attended the movie "Johnny Appleseed" in Spearfish Saturday evening. We understand Bill Mitchell and family have sold their ranch here and plan to move to Arkansas. Mrs. Bert Mathews is now work- mg at the Sand Creek Trading Post and Mrs. Harry Watson is also working part time. Mrs. Audrey Garretson and child- ren are visiting her parents, the Harry Watsons. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and Roger visited last Sunday at the David Roberts home near Car- lile. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Baldwin and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Simons and children were dinner guests Sun- day at the Royal Mills home. Donald Guidinger and mother have returned from Vancouver, Wash. and will spend the summer on the John Guidinger ranch. They were Sunday visitors of Anne and Charles Guidinger. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Blakeman and sons were supper guests Sun- day evening at the Gerald Blake- man home. 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 ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE It appearing to the court that Jay Durfee, as executor of the estate of Goldie M. Hardy, deceas- ed, has filed his petition herein praying for an order of sale of the real estate and personal property of said decedent hereinafter par- ticularly described for the purposes therein set forth, it is therefore Ordered, that all persons inter- ested in the estate of said dece- dent appear before the District Court on the 26th day of May, 1956 at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day in the court room o! the court house in said District Court in the Town of Sundance, Wyo- ming, to show cause why an order should not be granted to the said executor to sell all of the real es- tate and personal property herein- after described, and that a copy of this order be published for four successive weeks in the Sundance Times, a newspaper printed and published in said County. The real estate hereinbefore re- ferred to is more particularly de- scribed as follows, t~wit: Lot 1 of Block 1 in the Kerr Riverside Addition to the Town of Hulett, Wyoming, to- gether with all improvements situate thereon, and miscellan- eous household goods and equipment situate in the house on said premises. Dated this 16th day of April, 1956. Preston T. McAvoy Judge Reynolds &~ Lathrop, Attorneys April 26-May 3-10-17 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR UNITED STATES PATENT Bureau of Land Management, District Land Office, Cheyenne, Wyoming. [ Serial No. Wyo. 039886 | Notice is hereby given that in pursuance of the Act of Congress approved May 10, 1872, Otis Reyn- olds, whose Post Office address is Sundance, Wyoming, has made application for patent for the Jol- ley Edsall No. 29 Placer Mining Claim in an unorganized mining district in Crook County, Wyoming, as follows: Jolley Edsall No. 29 covering the south half of the north- west quarter, the northwest quarter of the northwest quar- ter and the northwest quarter of the southwest quarter of Section 14 in Township 56 North of Range 67 West of the 6th Principal Meridian, Crook County, Wyoming, containing 160 acres. Any and all persons claiming adversely to the said Otis Reynolds to said placer mining claim so ~labove described and applied for, [ or any part thereof, are hereby no- tiffed that unless their claims are duly fried according to the Laws and Regulations thereunder with the Manager of the United States Land Office at Cheyenne, Wyo- ming, within the time provided by law, they will be forever barred by virtue of the provisions of the above mentioned Statute. Dated this 28th day of February, A.D., 1956. Perry T. Williams. Manager March 8-15-22-29, April 5-12-19-26, May 3 to the of the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association The 24th sale of the association will be held m Sundance Monday. To the members of the group go our best wishes for a successful sale. And to the persons who will attend the sale, we extend a welcome. S Motor Co. Ph. 3-1305 Sundanee, to the Northeastern Wyoming Hereford Association THE The 4th sale of the Northeastern mint Hereford Association will be held day, May 7 in Sundance. To the members ot the association extend our best wishes. And we're glad extend a hearty welcome to everyone who be attending the sale. Sundance Phone AT $-1265 Sundanee, I