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/ PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIMES JULY 9, 1981 Publi " ' c notices/city, county, school, c=v=l BUDGET HEARING Notice is hereby give.n of a public hearing on the budget from revenue sharing funds for the 1981-82 fiscal year. Pmpoeed 1981-82 Federal Revenue Sharing Budget Estimated Allocation $135,~12694 Estimated Cash Available June. 30, 1981 102,918.00 $238,O44.94 BUDGET APPROPRIATIONS Audit $2,500.00 Public Transportation 50,000.00 Health ~ 15,000.00 Soda] Services 4,686.00 Financial Administration 15,000.00 Capi~ Expenditur~ A. Machinery and Equipment 71,423.00 B. Building $158,609.00 A hearing will be held in the Office of the Board of County Conunissioners at 8:00 p.m. on July 20, 1981, at which time any and all persons may appear and present written or oral comments regarding the use of federal revenue sharing funds. Written statements may also be submitted to Ruth E. Davidson, County Clerk, prior to the hearing. A summary of the entire adopted budget is available for public inspection in the County Clerk's office. - BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS Crook County, Wyoming s/Jw Nuckolls, Chairman Donald C. Gose, Member Frank H. Harwood, Member ATTEST: Ruth E. Davidson, County Clerk Publish: July 9, 1981 IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE MATrER OF THE ESTATE OF THOMAS ANDREW PARKINS, Deceased. Probate File No. 4513 NOTICE OF PROBATE OF ESTATE TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN SAID ESTATE You are hereby notified that on the 23rd day of June, 1981, an authenticated copy of the Last Will and Testament of the de- cedent, a foreign Will, was ad- mitted to probate by the above named court, and that Christy Allen Parkins was appointed per- sonal representative thereof. Any 'action to set aside the Will shall be filed in the court within three months from the date of the first publication of this Notice, or thereafter be forever barred. : Notice is further given that all persons indebted to the decedent or ta J~s Estate are requested to make immediate payment to the tmdersigned at the office of Macy & Harper, attorneys for the un- dersigned, 313 Main Street, Post Office Box 519, Sundance, Wyo- ming 82729. Creditors having claims against the decedent or the estate are re- quired to file them in duplicate with necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of said Court, on or before three 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 23rd day of June, 1981. . Christy Allen Parkins Personal Representative Publish: July 2, 9, t6, 1981 NOTICE OF SALE Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure of the United States District Court for the Dis- trict of Wyoming, rendered on June 17, 1981, in Case No. C81- 030, wherein the United States of America is plaintiff and Robert C. Cunningham d/b/a ARO Restau- rant and Alice J. Cunningham are the debtor-defendants, which Judgment and Decree of Fore- closure forecloses the following described real property in Crook County, State of Wyoming as: The North 70 feet of Lots 4, 5, and 6, Block 33, Third Addition, Town of Sundance, Crook Cotmty, Wyoming, together with im- provements and appurtenances thereon. {818 South 5th}. And which Judgement and De- cree of Foreclosure orders and adjudges that the debtor-defen- dants above named and each of them be foreclosed of all rights, claims or interest in or to the aforesaid real property ancl a certain Restaurant Liquor License #I and which Judgment directs the hereindescribed real property and said Liquor License he sold on foreclosure sale. After the Sale, a Certificate of Sale will be issued to the purchaser of the real property and Bill of Sale to a qualified purchaser of the Liquor License. After confirmation of the sale by the Court, a Marshal's. Deed will be issued, the buyers to be let into possession of the real property upon delivery of the Marshal's Deed, there being no period of redemption under Fed- era[ Process. I will therefore on July 30, 1981, at the main door of the Crook County Courthouse, in Sundance, Wyoming, at the hour of 10:00 a.m. that day, sell at public auction the real property described herein as: The North 70 feet of Lots 4, 5, and 6, Block 33, Third Addition, Town of Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming, together with im- provements and appurtenances thereon. (818 South 5th}. Said described property is subject to a first mortgage of $22,300.41 as of June 18, 1981 plus interest at $5.61 per day thereafter. I will also, pursuant to authority and direction of said Judgment herein, foreclose and sell Restau- rant Liquor License #1 of the City of Sundance to a qualified person for transfer thereto. Net proceeds of the real estate shall be applied first to satisfaction of the first mortgage then to the judgement of the Small Business Admin- istration in the amount of $50,000.00 plus interest at $11.46 per day from March 18, 1980. plus Court costs and costs of sale. Net proceeds of sale of the Liquor License shall be applied to said claim of the Small Business Ad- ministration. The sale shall he to the highest and best bidders for cash, certified funds or as other- wise acceptable to the Small Business Administration. DATED: June 23, 1981. James W, Byrd United States Marshal District of Wyoming Publish: July 2, 9, 16, 23, 1981 NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE Notice is hereby given that on the 6 day of July 1981, one Gaylord G. Lenz, Lee A. Middle- ton and Ernest A. Thompson filed an application for a restaurant Liquor License in the office of the Clerk of the City of Sundance for the following described place and premises, to wit: Block 9 Lots 5 and 6 Original Towusite Bl~k Building and protests, if any there be, against the issuance of such license will he heard at the hour of 8:05 a.m. on the 30 day of July, 1981 in the City Hall. Carole Westover City Clerk July 6, 1981 Publish: July 9, 16, 23, 30, 1981 College scholarship available Sept. 1 The County Clerks Associatiori has a $500 scholarship available, according to Crook County Clerk Ruth Davidson, Sundance. Anyone attending a Wyoming college can apply. Eligibility is based on academic achievement. Applications can be picked up at the Crook County Clerk's Of- rice, Sundance. The deadline is September 1. Base to give tours this summer The 44th Strategic Missile Wing's Public Affairs Office will conduct tours of the base at 9 a.m. Monday through Friday be- ginning July 6. The one hour drive around the base is open to the general public. The bus will drive through the bas the bus will drive through the base complex wRh a ride down the flightline where visitors will view 13-52, KC-135 and EC-135 aircraft. Visitors are asked to be at the Visitor Reception Center out- side the main gate at 8:45 a.m. For mo~ information, contact the Public Affairs Office at 399- 2151. I~"ICE OF HEARING ON COUNTY BUllET Exhibit H Notice is hereby given that a public hearing on the proposed budget for ...... .C-.r.90.k. .................. County for the ~'iscal yc.',r ending Jane 30. 1982, which is now being considered by the Board of County Commissioners, will be held at the w ~Office of the County Commissioners at..Sundan.ce ................. Wyoming, on the ......... 2a ...................... d~ of July, 1981, at eight o'clock p.m.. at which time any and all persons interested may appear and be heard respecting such budget. A sum- ,mary of such proposed budget follows: Summary of Budget 2 3 4 5 6 ' .FUND Tor.d Cash Av~lable r : for Budget General Fund " 507,583.45 =ounty Fair 8, 217.00 [~glv0LX:~~ us e um -2,861.13 Ccunty Hospital Not submitt, Ccunty Library 7,000.00 ~~eed & Pest 22,127.00 ~ldd~,gl~KLeafy Spuz ge .00 :ecreation 22,644.88 General Welfare&Health X X X X X X Total Estimated Revcllu Availabte for Budget 69 ~, 374. O0 282.00 5,800.00 d 2,500.00 121,160.00 557,749.00 18,925.33 XXXXX Details of General Fund RequiremenW ..County Commissioners iEounty Clerk iCounty Tre~urer ~ounty Assessor .~ount v Sheriff :County Court :County Attorney !County Surveyor ~County Coroner :'Agriculture Department :District Court :Justice Court Courthouse and Jail ;Road and Bridge ,Water Commissioner ' Livestock Inspector .Elections :l-lealth Officer ':*Other General Accounts TOTAL APPROPRIATIONS t "Cash Reserve Fund .z~ . o :~De?recmuon Reserve Fund :Provision for Tax Shrinkage :TOTAL GENERAL FUND "~ REQUIREMENTS - TOTAL REQUIREMENTS ,Y F.stimated Total Cash and Revenues (Cols. 2 & 3) 1,204,957.45 8,499.00 2,938.87 9,500.00 143,287.00 557,749.00 41,570.21 Xxxxxxx E.st/nutted Total Reqluir- mcnt3 [or Appropriationa 1,693,404.00 31,857.00 26,925.00 63,178.00! 214,287.00 628,749.00 41,570.21 Estimate of Tax Requirements Mill Amount LeW 488,446.55 7.927 23,358.00 .379 23,986.13 ,389 53,678.00 .871 7.1,O00.00 1.000 71,000.00 I. 000 NONE NONE ! ,, . S ............................ *Break.Down of Other General Ao:ounts Federal Revenue Sharing County License Plates Printing and Publishing Compensation to State Mental Health Vital Statistics State Institition Costs Premium on Bonds Civil Defense Joint Powers Board Fire Protection Co. Officers Assn. Dues, Misc. Hunter-Trapper R C & D Social Security-Retirement Insurance Clerk Salary Ambulance Service $ 3oo. o0 7,000. O0 5,000. O0 13,600. O0 75.00 500. O0 1,200.00 1,500.00 27,900.00 17,000.00 1,000.00 10,000. O0 500.00 35,000. O0 9,000. O0 I0,65.0. O0 12,000. 00 Board of County Commissioners of ............ Czo~:~k. ........................................... County, Wyoming J~.~ L~uckolls By .......................................................................... , Chairman Ru~h D~ vICson .., County Clerk Attest: ....... :. ................................................... |onononomonomomolomonomolonononononononom*nono|' Pinehaven/Keyhole Nona Jones Imoolom.omomomomomomomolomomoIomouoIomolomoIoI'l$ June 30, 1981 This week in Pine Haven, "Happiness" has been sharing humerous experiences sitting on a flat bed trailer, helping to hang a yard light, all of this fit 11 p.m. and then taking walks at 2 a.m. This seems to be the greatest time of the day for several families, residents'of our fine community. It's cooler outside, and not having to rush to get daily duties done or go off to work, it's just a nice time to relax and laugh and enjoy the beautiful outdoors. July is to be a "hot month"---maybe more residents will find later hours of the day, a good time to relax and hugh and enjoy. Mr. and Mrs. August Jeschske from Wisconsin, spent one week with their friends, Coop and Betty Waters of Keyhole Ranch. The Water's report this has been a very busy summer. Vanna Waters traveled to Buf- falo on Sunday for a reunion on her mother's side Going with her was her children and mother DonnaBlakeman and sister Rene. There wa some 25 relatives there. Jay Sanford, the hired man for Keyhole Ranch, was in the Sun- dance hospital from Sunday until Tuesday and will return next Tuesday for surgery. On Friday, Vince Waters went to Gillette staying with his cousin Dusty Mccoy through Sunday. Brett Mccoy in turn spent the same time with his cousin Eric Waters at the Keyhole Ranch. From Thursday to Monday night, Jodi, Dustin, baby Joshua and Gloria Owens traveled to Torringmn to visit Gloria's "mother Evelyn Graham, also known as "grandmother" to the Owens children. While there, Jodi was Matron of Honor at a friends wedding. Don and Gloria Owens and boys'attended the Upton Church Sunday a.m. getting to hear the "Gospel Sounds" singing group. Foll~ag the morning service the Owens enjoyed a picnic with the Dale Boo family. On Sunday evening, dinner was enjoyed at Dave Norris' home with his sister and husband from Illinois and the Owens family. Scott and Debbie Handiey plan on going to school at Black Hills Teachers College in Spearfish sometime during the stmuner months. These classes are to update their re-certification. Scott mentioned the fun he and his wife, with the Bowersox family had Paddle fishing in Montana. Bruce brought in a 20 and a 55 pound P/~ddle fish and Scott brought in a 70 and a 55 pound Paddle fish and enjoyed the trip tremendously. From Sunday through Tuesday Leonard and Ludlle Morrison was host to many relatives. From Fromberg, Montana, Lucilles parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shandy and her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Shandy from Billings and Mr. and Mrs. Todd Shandy from Gillette. Also, the Morrison~ were priviledged to have all five of their children with four spouses and three grandchildren in their home. Chickenpox is around. Miss Tara Cunningham had them but at press time was doing fine. Marvin and Deanna Herman and daughter Susie and Jane and Chuck McDaniel are planning a camping trip to'the Big Horns in the near future. LOUIs Hauher spent a few minutes with the Jones family prior to reporting to a summer job in the mountains. Glenn Jones traveled to Gillette to check into a job possibility. Eight of Pine Haven's residents traveled to Midwest for a golf tournament. Marty O'Donnell turned in the winning score. They were served a super nice luncheon with darling favors, with all attending having a great time. Frank and Maxine Harwood, and John and Phyllis Queen traveled to Belle Fourche to play golf, ending the day eating at Margies. The day was a fun day. Olin and Connie and Bobby McIntosh motored to Newcastle to have cake with Olin's mother and father. The day was special as it was Olin and his mother, Ariel Humphrey McIntoshs' birthdays. Unable to attend, was his sister and Ariel's daughter, Nona Jones, but greetings were sent for the occassion. At 6 a.m. Mrs. Mclutosh received a call from Nona's brothe in Missouri and at 7 a.m. a call from Ariel's son Melvin. All of the greetings made the day splendlnd for both Olin and Ariel. Mark Jones arrived back in Gillette after one week in Colum- bus, Ohio where he attended a school on Vibrations on large and small motors. Mark found traveling a bit of a problem as his reservations were cancelled twice to Ohio and once returning home. He found it always pays to check your reservations to and from and was so glad to get back into good old Wyoming. The Pine Haven road (2 miles) will be paved the 3rd week :of July. A notice to all readers of the Pine Haven/Keyhole News. The Pine Haven road now has speed signs up and unless you have money to spare, had better slow down to the speeds posted. Let's all help make this summer a safe and happy one. The Golf Tournament scheduled for this Sunday, will start at 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. All are welcome. The "Anything Goes" activity mentioned last week, has been cancelled. This program was to have been conducted by and for the CWCEMT council (Crook, Weston, Campbell counties Emergency Medical Technicials CounciIL Fire dept. checking duty from June 29 to July 12 falls to Mike Buckndller and Rex Solomon. Rex and Emily Selomone 36th wedding anniversary was on Thursday July 2. On the 10th of July two anniversaries will he celebrated, Chuck and Jane Me- Daniel and Don and Gloria Owens. Congratulations all. Thinking of the 4th of July-The Declaration of Independence, the Speakers Book of l]hstrafions reports: On July 4, 1776, 56 serious- minded and dedicated men signed their names to a simple, impassioned document which they had named the Declarati~m of Independenco. They were fidly aware of the fact that this docu- ment would either bring freedom. to all Americans, or else it would leave all 56 of them hanging from a gallows, to prove that their dream of national sovereignty had been folly. Only time would tell, Have a fun and safe 4th of July. \ June 29, 1981 Mr. and Mrs. O.A. Lipe had as visitors this past week: Mr. and Mrs. Don Wendt, Mr. and Mrs. Arvo Koski, Hihna Sand, Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Daniels and Mary Shepperson of Beulah; Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Redinger and son Lance of Deadwood, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bhkeman of Sheri- dan: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blakeman, Buffalo; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bhkeman and daughters Brenda, Wanda, Minnie and Lyh of Sundance, also Cleo Blakeman of Sundance; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Lipe and five children of Minnea- polis, Mn.; Mr. and Mrs. Mick Blakeman of Whitewood, S.D.; Mrs. Jackie Danieis and four children and Melonie and Myrna Daniels of Spearfish, S.D.; Mrs. Byron Hiivala of Hibbing, MN.; Mr. and Mrs. Eric Long of Cook, MN.; Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Folley and two daughters of Brush Praide, Wash.; John Daniels of Piedmont, S.D.; Doramae Blake- man, Sundance; Edna Frances MacPherson and friend Rick Brockwell of Paioues, Wash.; Anna Mac McWethy of Loveland, Co.~ Mr. and Mm. Tom Carto and family of Vanc~er, Wa.; and Iren Kanzell of Whitewood, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blakeman spent June 21st through June 23rd at the Wedeyan Church camp and conference near Rapid City, S.D. On Sunday they attended the Installation mony of Paul Redfield as the minister of .the Sundano~ Wesleyan Church in Sundamm. Rev. Dean Watson of Rapid City conducted the cdrmmmy. Merie Hackett and son Trapper of Casper were vidtors and sup- per guests of the Gerald Blake. man's the first of last week. Mi~ ~me Reinec~, Myrtle Mathews and Ella Snydar were ~ to the Beulsh ~ Club at their home on Thursday. A very delidous potluck dinner was served at 1 p.m. Twelve members and little moils were in since there were no celebrate the phrmg Bingo Everyone had a enjoyed seeing Irene's flowers. Visitors of Mr. and ford Island this past Mr: and dre. Le~e Graham of and the Islands four ren, Monica, and Danny Island of S.D. and Deadwood, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Cliffords sister Millie Rapid City airport, San Antonio, Texas visiting relatives this community Nonnasts, Ralph Islands. Alma Falls, S.D. is also a Islands for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mrs. Strongs aunts were Sunday dinner Ixmise Gibson who Roubaix, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. were visitors of the n~m'S one Grace Wendt Masters convention at couple of days last Huseby of Piedmont Saturday evening Wendts. Reubd~ July& Visitors of Reinecke, Myrtle Ella Snyder the were Mr. and Maneebo and small Jose, Cal.; Robert ~ nephew of. Irene. nephew Mark of Florida and also a guest of Irene's. his way to Calif. wherO make Sunday Irene and Reinecke, Myrtle Ella Snyder Peak community the Joe Schenk On Saturday, Singleton of Dense and Deug~ Spea~sh, S.D. guests of the Evening visitors Daniels of Myrna Daniels of Alice Kenzell Mr. and Mrs. O.A. i visitors this past Mrs. Ted Blakema~ Mr. and Mrs. Pat children of Mr, and Mra. Fred MoorcroR; Mr. and Hoime of Tacoma, Mrs. James dan; Mr. and Mrs. lund and four eapolis, Stewart and two Minneapolis; Mr. Woodrow Daniels, Freeze and Spe~. Minneapolis, bin.; ed her parents, the Daniels. Mr. and Mrs. Bill vimtors the first, Bessie Mr. and Mrs. Fred Globe, Az. Wee~i the S~g~ from Lehi, Utah; Bob Buckholz Mr. and Mm. doff, Pierre, S.D.; new of Deadwood Wmitors of Mr. were their Island of Seattle, Mrs. Mike children of Siou~ Mrs. Wagner is Alma Selkeld who i~ bhnds this sumu~. The Don WendtS family picnic the Fourth. ESC lzpom 4.1 uee~ymeat rate for Wyo. The ~onof reports percent. for May since 1971, was also 4.1 rate compares Apr~ and 3.~ 1980. In May, ~6.e rational gam Crook County's May 1981 tamed pared to 2,319 fm 2,216 for April May is a 1.0 Ap~-M~ &7 pen~. over May 1~0 and up from 6~ May 1981 showed ment rate of 3.2 to3.1 for May April 1981.