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JULY 27, 1995 THE SUNDANCE TIMES PAGE 11 BUYERS NEW USED BUY EAL GARAGE } 8ALE: Friday, 3:00 p.m. - 220 North 6th. I t* SALE 1965 Starcraft tent $500. Call 307-283-2836 ).m. 30-32* BALE: 1978 Tripple Six B ~skidder. _ $I 5,000. Call eve- 283-2202. 27-30 ..................... t SALE. 307-468- 29-30 Green Mountain Estates Queen-size sofa- Call 283- 29-30 g room table, 8 chairs; Bundy clari- 283-2688 evenings.29-30* - Newly remodeled home, nice yard. e by owners. 307-467-5910 29-30 I0,000 to 18,000 sq. 283-2171. 29-32 John Deere disk plow not $I00.00. North Osage, Country Welding. 30-31 fast food business Well maintained and in operating condition. on Hwy 16 in Up- Serious inquiries only. 1019 US Hwy 16 message, P.O. WY 82730.30-32* bath sink plus other North Osage. Clay Spur Welding. 307-465- 30-31 Government r below market value. payment nowf ext. HP7271. ltwc 4-door hard all chrome on except engine, has New tires and battery. 5 Ask for Andy, l- Itwc Summer Sale. Walls, 5,000+ sizes. 10, $4,790; 40x60x14, 50x60xl 4, $10,030; "$I 1,069; 60x80x14, 60x100xl 6, $17,408. "0790. Itwc on $I. Delinquent tax, FDIC, RTC, IRS. Your ,ext. current listings. Itwc "-- ............................ CARS From $175. Cadillacs, Chevys, Also Jeeps, 4 area. Toll free 1-800- ext. A-5139 for current Itwc Equipment. Bow- 'iscount Warehouse, 5,000 bowhunting Call l- for free 160 page Itwc WESTERN STAR Buildings. 20x24x8 - $2,786.00; 24x32x I 0 - $3,686.00; 30x48x12 - $5,264.00; 40x56x14 - $8,020.00. Packages include drawings, construction manual, doors and warranty. 1- 800-658-5565. Your post frame building headquarters. I twc ......................................... II FOR RENT: Mobile home m ~un- dance - Good Condition. Phone 283-2477. 29-30* ........................................ an elderly housing complex in Sundance, Is now accepting applications for apartments. Call 283-3337 or 283-2948 We do ]~llilo~ in acorclanco with the federal fair housing IIIIIIInllllllllllllllllllllnlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll~ Help Wanted m,,,..m,..........,....,..,........,m DEMONSTRATORS NEEDED! Average $13 per hour[ Own hours. Free $300 kit Christmas Around The World - House Of Lloyd. Call Jana at 605-892-6944. 30-31 ......................................... INSURANCE Professional wanted! Compare the products, benefits and opportunities of industry leader to what you now have. Send resume: 1610 Chamberlain Rd., Casper, WY 82604. Itwc ......................................... ESTABLISHED FIRM looking for experienced drill rig operator to manage drilling crews and or op- erate rigs. Salary negotiable. Send resume to: O'Bryan Contracting, Box 980, Martin, South Dakota, 57551. 605-685-6281. ltwc ......................................... WANTED: Experienced, fun-lov- ing, career-minded individuals for Year-round positions at Wyoming's premier~vacation hot spot -- The New Saratoga Inn. Openings now available including restaurant, prep-cook, bar, front desk, house- keeping and grounds. Come expe- rience the fun and challenge of the Rocky Mountain's fastest growing resort community. Call the "New" Saratoga Inn at 307-326-8478. ltwc ......................................... MECHANIC Required. Alignment A-C certification, brakes, shocks experience a must. Send detailed resume to Reimann Oil Co., 93 N. Main St., Buffalo, Wyo., 82834. (307) 684-7561 (Dick or Steve). ltwc ......................................... UNIQUE Opportunity in advertis- ing sales and management in Laramie. Must have advertising sales experience in radio, TV or print. Call Bruce or Karen at 307- 745-5208. 1 twc ......................................... EX~PERIENCED Person to work full-time on irrigated farm and small feed lot operation near Douglas, Wyo. Call evenings, 307- 358-2716. Ask for Mike or Nits. ltwc DRIVERS: Flatbed 48-State OTR. Assigned new convenUonals, com- petitive pay, benefits. $1,000 sign- on bonus, rider program, flexible time off. Call Roadrunner Truck- ing, 1-800-876-7784. ltwc ......................................... 835,000/YEAR Income potential. Reading books. Toll free, 1-800- 898-9778, ext. R-5139 for details Itwc ......................................... A DAILY SALARY of $400 a day working for Don Lapre of the TV show "Making Money." Call Don at 1-800-482-I 113. ltwc ......................................... 900# PARTNERS now forming. $5,000,000 capitalization to buy 250 additional lines. Excellent yield. IRA and 401K welcome. Units going fast! $10,000 minimum in- vestment. Call 1-800-677-1207, pin# 1384. Itwc SERVICES WORK WANTED. WILL DO Power Raking, Lawn Clean Up, Lawn Mowing and Painting. Call 283- 2719. tfneow ......................................... CONSTRUCTION, water lines, sewer concrete pads, misc. N.E.W. Construction, 283-2963 or 283- 3030. 6fin ......................................... WHISPERING ~ Pain ~ttng & Janitorial Services. Licensed and Insured. Commercial, Residential. Call 283-3957. tfn ......................................... 181,000 WYOMING people will read your classified ad if you place it in WY-CAN. Sell, buy, announce. $I09 for 25 words. Contact your local newspaper. I twc ......................................... NEED TO KNOW what's going on in Wyoming? Newspapers will tell you. Wyoming Newspaper Clipping Service reads every Wyoming newspaper. Quick, easy inexpen- sive. 307-745-8144. Itwc ANYONE LOOKING for a kitchen- ette and a quiet nights rest .... we send them to DEANE'S MOTEL. They're a Sundance Chamber member and we're happy they do business in our town. Kathy Lenz, Country Cottage. Proud to shop in Sundance. It .......................................... FREE GIFI"SI I will guarantee $50 free merchandise for having a Christmas Around The World - House Of Lloyd part~ Call Jana for a free catalog and information. 605- 892-6944. 30-31 ......................................... LEASE HORSE8 and equipment for fishing and hunting tripe. Wyo- ming Horses, 307-856-5708 or 307-856-8552, Pavilllon, Wyoming 82523. I twc ......................................... UNSECURED LOANS to $100K. No collateral, no cosigners, bad credit/ ......................................... bankruptcy LICENSED LIFE and health agent, okay, 98% approval, needed. Quality products, high no credit check. Call 1-800-456- commissions with advance before 8174, 24 hours, ltwc ___L ..................................... issue, lead system and benefits. (Must qualify for advances and benefits). Call: 1-800-252-2581. Itwc .......................................... HOME TYPISTS NEEDED. Also PC/word processor users. $40,000/year income potential Toll free 1-800-898-9778, ext. T-6391 for details. Itwc ' Classifications may contain ads for conversation or recorded through the use of telephones. Calls to such numbers may a charge to the calling phone number. These telephone are telecommunications and are regulated by the Commission. Complaints may be directed 1919 M Street NEW., Washington, DC 20554. recommends that you investigdte every phase of opPortunities. We suggest you consult your own attorney for a free pamphlet or further information from the the offer before investing any money. Or you may Attorney General's Office, 123 Capitol Bldg., Cheyenne, (307) 777-7841. is not responsible or liable whatsoever for any by an ad in this newspaper or for any of the services, offered by our advertisers. The content of is the sole responsibility of the advertiser. We do encourage or promote the purchase or sale of any company or individual that chooses to advertise in and we reserve the right to refuse any/all we deem inappropriate or unacceptable by our company . this newspaper reserves the right to edit, or locate any under whatever heading we decide will best CASH IX)ANSI Bad credit okay. No additional fees. Apply 24 hours. 1- 900-329-6669, ext. 77. $19.95caii. $I,000:$16.67 month. $5,000: $83.34 month. $I0,000:$166.67 month. I twc .... r-~ 1 CRAFTS - CRAFTS Consign your crafts to the Craft Tent. Crook County Fair. Call 283-1020 or 283-2444. 30 & 31 PERSONALS ADOPT. A California, young (34 and 38) professional couple with much love and security to offer, wishes to adopt baby to age two. We can help with all medical, legal and living expenses. Completely legal. We can offer your baby a wonderful future. Please call Gaff collect. 310-641-9248. ThankYou. itwc A nmn should live if only to satisfy his curiosity. ~Yiddish Proverb CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank all my friends and supporters for the encourage- ment and support I have received the past two years of high school rodeo. The phone calls and cards received the past two weeks were overwhelming. It is so nice to know people had confidence in me and personally extended best wishes. Nationals was a wonderful experi- ence. Thank you all. Cliff Symonds CARD OF THANK8 I would like to thank all the people that sent cards, flowers and called to check on me during my hospital stay and my recovery at home. I would like a special thanks to Wally Elwonger for all the help with the house, yard, and garden while I have been recovering. I feel very blessed to have such a good family and friends. Larry Truax CARD OF THANKS Thank you to everyone who sent cards, gifts, flowers, and phone calls. I appreciate your thought- fulness. Verda Hewes CARD OF THANKS It is great to be "80", especially when you have so many great friends and family. Thanks all of you for coming to my surprise party and for the nice cards and gifts. A big thanks to the hostesses, Joyce, Rosemary, Arley and Elenore, a great Job girls even flail lives were threatened. The cake was delicious and so pretty Joyce. The flowers from Mrs. Carnegie and Donna were beautiful. The banners and decorations were great. It was really a great party. Many thanks everyone. Florence Dorothy CARD OF THANKS Thanks to all who donated sup- plies, money and their time to the Pancake Feed for Jerry Ryan. With your support we gave over $2600.00 to Jerry and his family to help with medical expenses. Kim McDonald & Jeanne Whalen CARD OF THANKS The Sundance Jaycees would like to thank everyone who helped make the Dance Ranch such a success! A special thanks to Decker'b and Hurd's Texaco for donating the pop and to Arley Maynard and Jeanette Smith for the use of the coolers. July 24, 1995 Well, it has been quite some time since I have done an update on my activities and the things going on around the state. We will start with an explanation of the letter that has been circulated on the state on mineral incentive legislation that was passed in the 1995 session. Nothing from noth- ing is still nothing so we decided since the mineral industry pays the bulk of our taxes in this state and mineral production in the form of oil and gas has declined and thus the income to the state has declined. Oil and Gas production in Wyoming pays: I. A state severance tax (6%) plus 2. A county as valorem (property tax 6.9% plus 3. A state conservation tax (.06%} PLUS 4. A state royalty (16.67% Or A federal royalty (12.50% OR A private royalty (I0 to 17%, depending upon the lease) Off and Gas equipment, pipelines, plants, etc. pay property taxes like all other taxable property in the state. EDUCATION is the primary ben- eficiary of the revenues derived from the ad valorem taxes, state royalties and federal royalties in oil and gas production. STATE SEVERANCE TAX RE- CEIPTS FROM OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION AREN~ DEDI- CATED TO Education. Severance taxes on off and gas are distributed to the General Fund, Permanent Mineral Tax Fund, cities, towns, counties, highways, budget reserve and water development accounts. Since the tax incentives provided by the Legislature during the last session are on Severance taxes. RCI SEI ,N Notonedollarofrevenuededlcated present time -- similar to what I to education has been lost or is have just done on the mineral In- going to be lost because tax incen- tives are from the state severance tax, all the above entities will be the beneficiaries of all new or ex- panded production as they will collect 100% of their share of property taxes and royalties. If we don't keep oil and gas a viable operation and in production we will be paying somewhere in the neighborhood of $1200 more taxe s on every man, woman and child. Just thought you might like to know. We hope this will encourage more production thus more in- come to the state and the school, counties and cities and towns. I have a complete run-down expla- nation of every incentive bill we passed and would be happy to share them with anyone who wishes them. I had the opportunity to visit with Senator Malcolm Wallop last week in Newcastle. He has opened a new office in Virginia and is going to be keeping up on issues such as constitutional questions concern- ing the citizens, particularly the I, 2, 5 and 10 amendments. His new office is call the FRONTIERS OF FREEDOM and he hopes to open an office in Wyoming very soon for public ,contact and issues con- cerning Wyoming. He is the most knowledgeable man I know on Western Water issues and this will also be one of his agendas. The newest twist on the grazing fees for the use of state lands gives me some real problems and ff the agricultural people are concerned, they need to be calling Diana Ohman, Judy Catchpole, Stan Smith and David Ferrarrl at the Capitol and voice their concern, immediately. The main four llve- stock industry representatives petitioned the five elected officials for the right to have both of the proposed grazing fee schedules discussed during the public hear- ing to be held this next month by the Wyoming Farm Loan Board. Proposal A is Mrs. Ohman's pro- pesal and Proposal B is Jim Magagna's proposal. I personally support the B proposal and-feel that we are using the wrong formula for determining the value of graz- ing with Ohman's proposal. Things will begin heating up with the Appropriations meeting start- ing in August and September and the outlook for money is still grim about $55 million short for the Biennium so everyone should tighten their belts and think about how to make the money stretch Just as the counties are finding they have had to cut. I need to hear ffyou are interested in tax raises of any kind -- I think this will come up big time during the budget session. There are several things being looked at -- Property taxes on homes -- I have asked for some figures on comparisons between other states around us and also where the taxes on homes, ag and business are being used at the dustry. Drop me a card. Until later -- have a great end of summer and I will try and keep in touch and remember to call if you have a question. 307-283-2664. Marlene I n nwr | REPORT |. Motorists assists - 2; travelers~ aid - 2; VIN checks - II; paperI service - 15. July 17 Assisted the Sundance Police Department with a disturbance. July 18 Trespassing was reported in the' Sundance area. Officers checked" and found everything okay. A suspicious person was reported on Hwy I I I. A hitchhiker was jumping in front of cars. Officers" checked but had negative contact. A report was made of a gentlemen in the Pine Haven area with a controlled substance. It is under investigation. A disturbance was reported in the Pine Haven area. Officers contacted all involved and found everything okay ' Two women were reported fight,~' ing in the Pine Haven area. No physical violence was reported by' the parties involved. Officers checked and everything was okay. '," July lg A runaway was reported in the Keyhole area. Officers checked but did not locate him. An animal complaint was reported in reference to cattle on a neighbor's land. Officers talked to all parties. July 20 A loose calf was reported on Hwy 24. Officers got it off the road and back inside the fence. , A vehicle accident was reported ' on Blacktail Road. No injuries were involved. A report of a suspicious person~ on Hwy 116 was investigated. The person was just walking up the' road. A second report was made two hours later. Assisted Campbell County in trying to locate a subject. Suspicious circumstances were reported north of MoorcroR on Hwy 14. The driver had hit a deer and headlights were going on and off. July 21 A subject was arrested on a. Weston County warrant. July 22 A vehicle accident was reported' south on Hwy 585. Officers inves- ' tlgated and found no serious in+ Juries. ~ Suspicious circumstances were reported of a driver slumped over the wheel of his vehicle. Officers' checked it out and found the re- hide broke down and called a tow. A disturbance was reported at the Devils Tower campground. Officers responded and the people agreed to quiet down. CROOK COs WYOMING RANCH SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE: This 1,120 acre retreat is nestled into the foothills of the Black Hills in Northeast Wyoming near Devils Tower National Monument. Ideal for someone with hunting interest this property provides excellent habitat for Whitetail and Mule deer. It also offers a wonderful homesite perched in the timbered countryside. RANCH WANTED 1031 TAX DEFERRED BUYER WITH CASH LOOKING FOR A BALANCED RANCH LOCATED IN MONTANA, WYOMING OR SOUTH DAKOTA CAPABLE OF RUNNING FROM 300-600 COWS. IF YOU HAVE A RANCH THIS SIZE AND ARE INTERESTED IN SELLING, PLEASE CALL: ii ii __ METZGER LAND COMPANY P.O. Box 8448 * Rapid City, SD 57709 (605) 348-7773 Tom Metzger, Broker (605) 841-2800 WANTED PURCHASE OR LEASE - BENTONITE FOR DEPOSITS IN CROOK AND WESTON COUNTIES. SEND INFORMATION INCLUDING YOUR NAME PHONE NUMBER AND BRIEF PROPERTY DESCRIPTION TO: ARIZONA RESOURCES P.O. BOX 582 RILLITO, AZ 85654 OUR GEOLOGIST IMMEDIATELY AFTER LETTER. WILL CALL YOU RECEIPT OF YOUR