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DEPARTMENT OF INSURANC~ STATE OF WYOMINQ Financial Security Assurance Inc. 194-18287 350 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022 350 Park Ave., New York, NY 10022 BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 3 I, 1993 WRITI'EN 25,747 PAID 0 INCURRED 0 ADMITTED ASSETS 607,162,467 250,103,187 15,000,000 REGARDS POLICYHOLDERS 357,059,280 99,130,800 68,154,008 SECTION 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS, IN ALL RESPECTS IN WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- IS DULYAUTHORIZED TO TRANSACT THE BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF WYOMING. first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming May 26; June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1994 DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE STATE OF WYOMING TIG Countrywide Insurance Company 25453 6300 Canoga Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA 91367 P.o. Box 6300, Woodland Hills, CA 91365-6300 BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 'PREMIUM WRITI'EN 0 ' LOSSES PAID 0 INCURRED 0 20,999,536 5,079,774 STOCK 3,375,000 REGARDS POLICYHOLDERS 15,919,762 1,361,474 3,338,618 SECTION 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS, IN ALL RESPECTS IN WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- IS DULYAUTHORIZED TO TRANSACTTHE BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF WYOMING. this first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming 26; June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30, 1994 DURING YEAR PREMIUM AND ANNUITY RECEIVED 'BENEFITS & LOSSES PAID & LOSSES INCURRED DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE STATE OF WYOMING The Lafayette Life Insurance Company 65242 1905 Teal Road, Lafayette, IN 47905-2225 P.O. Box 7007, Lafayette, IN 47903-7007 FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 75,000 33,365 38,288 3,000 ASSETS 615,367,351 566,509,499 UP 0 48,857,852 168,888,122 16 l, 769,476 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS IN ALL RESPECTS IN WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- DULYAUTHORIZED TO TRANSACTTHE BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF WYOMING. this first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7, 1994 DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE STATE OF ~QMING &_ ~eurity Life of Denver Insurance Company 68713 1290 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203 1290 Broadway, Denver, CO 80203 BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 DURING YEAR 3,505,830 PREMIUM AND ANNUITY EIVED 1,622,028 BENEFITS & LOSSES PAID 669,552 BENEFITS & LOSSES INCURRED 561,080 ASSETS 2,506,641,974 2,261,954,880 ~rOCK PAID UP 2,880,000 24 I, 807,094 626,964,600 605,518,532 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS IN ALL RESPECTS IN WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF WYOMING. first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7, 1994 \ DEPART~NT OF INSURANCE STATE OF WYOMING MBL I,U'e~m'amce Corporation" 69728 Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102-3184 Street, Newark, New Jersey 07102-3184 BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 DURING YEAR 0 PREMIUM AND ANNUITY 2,621 & LOSSES PAID 135,907 I~ENEFITS & LOSSES INCURRED 0 127,399,454 72,266,404 ~)CK PAID UP 2,000,000 53,133,050 I0,950,726 8,219,906 SECTION 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS IN ALL RESP~ IN } INSUR- TRANSACTTHE BUSINESS OF The Sundance Times 283-3411 day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyomin~ JUne 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7, 1994 DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCR STATE OF WYOMING Colonial Penn Insurance Company 34789 2650 Audubon Road, Norristown, PA 19403 P.O. Box 1990, Valley Forge, PA 19482-1990 WYOMING BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 DIRECT PREMIUM WRITTEN 699,969 DIRECT LOSSES PAID 455,435 DI~ LOSSES INCURRED 1,345,038 ....................................................................................... TOTAL ADMITI'ED ASSETS LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK SURPLUS AS REGARDS POLICYHOLDERS INCOME EXPENDHURES 987,575,834 689,599,521 4,200,000 297,976,313 390,338,400 328,558,780 PURSUANT TO SECTION 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CODE, I CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS, IN ALL RESPECTS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- SURANCE AND IS DULY A[rH-IORIZED TO TRANSACTTHE BUSINESS OF INSURANCE IN THE S'IATE OF WYOMING. Dated this first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming Publish: June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7, 1994 DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCI~- STATE OF WYOMING The American Life Insurance Co. of NY 60704 666 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY 10103 666 Fifth Avenue - New York, NY 10103 WYOMING BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 POLICIES ISSUED DURING YEAR 515,453 DIRECT PREMIUM AND ANNUITY CONSIDERATIONS RECEIVED 1,203 DIRECT BENEFITS & LOSSES PAID 4,054 DIRECT BENEFITS & LOSSES INCURRED 3,731 JUNE 16, 1994 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 9 The Crook County Road Runners who attended the Wyoming State Special Olympics in Laramie were, left to right: Brian Meier, Sundance; John Toews, Moorcroft; Mary Beth Toews, a volunteer who helped with the track meet, and Allan Mayzsak, Moorcroft. The Crook County Road Runners attended the Wyoming State Spe- cial Olympics in Laramie. Athletes who took part were Brian Meier, Sundance; Allan Mayzsak and John Toews, both of Moorcroft. After many weeks of training all three Olympians took part in bas- ketball, track, and field events. Gov. Sullivan attended the Vlc- tory Banquet and Dance where he drew for the many door prizes given ..................................................................................... away. All three Crook County TOTAL ADMITYED ASSETS 1,220,970,900 athletes had the opportunity to LIABILITIES I, 159,699,953 CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP 2,502,500 SURPLUS 58,768,447 INCOME 220,050,394 EXPENDI'I'URES 212,86 I, 366 PURSUANT TO SECTION 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CODE, I CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS IN ALL RESPECTS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- SURANCE AND IS DULYALrI~ORIZED TO TRANSACTTHE BUSINESS OF INSURANCE IN THE STATE OF WYOMING. Dated this first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming Publish: June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7 1994 DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE STATE OF WYOMING Bradford National Life Insurance Company 86371 201 St. Charles Avenue, Ste. 4310 - New Orleans, LA 70170- 4310 201 St. Charles Avenue, Ste 4310 - New Orleans, LA 70170- 4310 WYOMING BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 POLICIES ISSUED DURING YEAR 0 DIRECT PREMIUM AND ANNUITY CONSIDERATIONS RECEIVED 578,802 DIRECT BENEFITS & LOSSES PAID 8,043 DIRECT BENEFITS & LOSSES INCURRED 0 ..................................................................................... 193,226,555 184,454,817 5,000,000 3,771,738 68,315,688 68,214,535 TOTAL ADMITI'ED ASSETS LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP SURPLUS INCOME EXPENDI'HJRES PURSUANT TO SECTION 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CODE, I CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS IN ALL RESPECTS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- SURANCE AND IS DULY AUTHORIZED TO TRANSACTTHE BUSINESS OF INSURANCE IN THE STATE OF WYOMING. Dated this first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming Publish: June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7, 1994 DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE STATE OF WYOMIN~ Crown America Life Insurance Company 64602 235 Promenade Street - Providence, RI 02908 235 Promenade Street - Providence, RI 02908 WYOMING BUSINESS FOR YEAR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1993 POLICIES ISSUED DURING YEAR 0 DIRECT PREMIUM AND ANNUITY CONSIDERATIONS RECEIVED 0 DIRECT BENEFITS & LOSSES PAID 0 DIRECT BENEFITS & LOSSES INCURRED 0 ..................................................................................... shake the Governor's hand. Brian also was the winner of a cap at the banquet. The Olympians did super in all of their events. Results were: Brian Meier: Ist - 200 m dash; 2nd - I00 m dash; 2nd - standing long jump; 4th - individual bas- ketball skills. Allan Mayzsak: Ist - 100 m dash; 2nd - 200 m dash, 2nd - running long Jump; 3rd - individual bas- ketball skills. SENIOR CITIZEN MENU SUNDANCE Monday, June 20 Pork roast, rice, peas and carrots, sliced tomato, whole wheat roll, stewed prunes. Tuesday, June 21 Meat loaf, baked potato, mixed vegetables, Jellied applesauce, bread, watermelon. Wednesday, June 22 Roast beef, mashed potatoes with gravy, carrots, fruited Jello, whole wheat roll, cherry cobbler. Thursday. June 23 Oven baked chicken, mashed potatoes with gravy, spinach, or- ange Juice, roll, frosted nut brownie. Friday, June 24 Baked fish, potato O'Brlen, broccoli, orange Jello, whole wheat roll, applesauce. HULETT Sunday, June 19 Roast beef. mashed potatoes and gravy, mixed vegetables, whole wheat roll, strawberry Jello. orange spiced peaches. Monday, June 20 Cold sliced turkey, cheese wedge, tomato slices, vegetable baked beans, carrot/cabbage slaw, roll, cherry cobbler. Tuesday, June 21 Pepper steak, mashed potatoes, corn and peppers, sunshine salad, whole wheat roll, chocolate chip cookie. Wednesday, June 22 Country fried steak, mashed po- tatoes, mixed vegetables, Ambro- sia salad, French bread, red Jello. Thursday, June 23 Beef Wellington, mushroom gravy, glazed sweet potato, green peas, sunset salad, cherry cobbler. Friday, June 24 Tuna salad sandwich, white bread, French onion soup, carrot sticks, cabbage slaw, orange sauced peaches. 181,145,257 160,194,415 2,541,722 18,409,120 7,248,048 4,908,804 TOTAL ADMITYED ASSETS LIABILITIES CAPITAL STOCK PAID UP SURPLUS INCOME EXPENDITURES PURSUANT TO SECTION 26-3-126 OF THE WYOMING INSURANCE CODE, I CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE AND BELIEF, THE ABOVE NAMED INSURER IS IN ALL RESPECTS IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE LAWS OF THIS STATE RELATING TO IN- SURANCEAND IS DULYAUTHORIZED TO TRANSACTTHE BUSIN~ OF INSURANCE IN THE STATE OF WYOMING. Dated this first day of March 1994. John P. McBride Insurance Commissioner State of Wyoming Publish: June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30; July 7, 1994 John Toews: Ist - 1500 m run; 2nd - 400 m run; 2nd - tennis ball throw; 2nd - individual basketball skills. The Crook county team and an athlete from Gillette placed second in the 400 x 100 meter relay, rep- resenting the county well and they received may compliments on their sportsmanship. The team would like to thank the following for supporting them: Crook CountySchool District, their parents, Mary Beth Toews for vol- unteering to help with the track meet and the coaches, Bob Gray and Sena Toews. I Beulah Beavers 4-H Club The Beulah Beavers 4-H Club met on June 2 at the Beulah Community Building. Trey Clarkson called the meeting to or- der and Sadie Mischke was ap- pointed acting secretary. Sadie Mischke and Chris Ericsson led the pledges. Members answered roll call with their summer vaca- tlon plans. Sadie Mischke read the minutes of the last 4-H meeting. Chris Ericsson gave the treasurer's re- port. Announcements were made about 4-H camp, animal future workshops and the fair. Betty Ha- iar distributed 4-H papers. The community pride project was discussed. The meeting with the commissioners was reviewed. The 4-H club will be holding a bake sale and rummage sale at the Beulah Community Building on June 25. Donations for the sale will be wel- comed from the community. Members will set up for the sale on June 22. Horsemen schedule county playdays The Crook County Horseman's Association has set up a schedule for playdays. On Tuesday, June 28 they will be in Moorcroft and on Tuesday, July 19, in Sundance. For these playdays registration will be at4 p.m. and the events start at 4:30. On Saturday, August 13, they will be in Hulett. For that playday registration is at 12 noon and they will start at I p.m. There will be a potluck and awards after the Hulett playday. Concession stand operator sought by C.C. Horsemen The Crook County Horseman's Association is looking for a group to run the concession at the Crook County Fair Rodeo. They are in- viting any youth group or organi- zation that is interested to attend their next meeting on June 22 at the Lazy Y Steakhouse at 7:30 p.m. The leader or head of the organi- zation must attend the meeting to discuss details. CAMPUS NEWS County students get UW degrees Seven University of Wyoming students from Crook County were among 1,234 who received degrees at the completion of the 1994 spring semester. Of the total, 976 received bachelor's degrees, 169 master's degrees, 62 Juris Doctor (law) de- grees and 27 doctoral degrees. Crook County students receiving degrees are: Shawn K. French, BS, Alva; Craig J. Neiman, BA and Krlsty Annette Snook, BS, Hulett; Leslie Leaann Robidoux, BS, Cam Lynn Heeney, BS, Josh Maurice Johnson, BS, and Brandy L. Nussbaum, BS, Sundance. ICC ag students get scholarsh,ps Four students from Crook county recently received scholarships from the University of Wyoming College of Agrlculture. Awards for current and incoming freshman students were an- nounced during the college's an- nual "Brand of Excellence" schol- arship banquet. Students and scholarships are: Radonna Vore, Beulah, agroecology incoming freshman, Harold P. Alley Scholarship. Travis Dewey, Carlile, agriculture business incoming freshman, Earl and Carol Holding Scholarship. Bobbi Johnson, Hulett, animal science Junior, National Western Stock Show Scholarship. Jennifer Vineyard, Sundance, agroecology incoming freshman, Ken Bohnernblush Scholarship. NEWS 10 A.M. Tuesday ADVERTISING 10 A.M. Tuesday CLASSIHEDS 5 P.M. Monday i li i