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iiiilil (top to Wenande, Coon Kenneth Canfield climb to the Crook House roof to do a repair iob on leak that pours into the county clerk's office. Four ladders are used in the climb; Liocolo Nebr. X ONTINUING THE CROOK COUNTY NEWS SUNDANCE, WYOMING 82729 SIXTY-EIGHTH YEAR @ Official Newspaper for Crook County, City of Sundanco and U. S. Land Office THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1966 Nomber 31 The Sundance City Council WIonday night delayed askirtg for bids on a six-inch water main until easements can be obtained. The council decided to wait un.~il an easement for the main, which would be located on the south end of town, can be secured on property owned by George and William Reed. The latter is de- ceased. George Reed lives in California. The city must also obtain clearance from the Wyo- ming Highway Departmertt to cross under Highway 585 with the main. Councilman Rex Dillon esti- mated that the city will be ready for the first load of penta-prime by Aug. 20. Councilman Ger- J l old P o02ham said the Mountain View neighborhood has agreed to cooperate with the road sur- facing project and that the hos- pital wants an alley penta-primed. Ted Rounds, member of ,the school board, asked the city to penta prime about 2,000 yards of school playgrunds. Monte Markeseth, recently hir- ed city marshal, appealed to the council for a new police car. H~ complained that the present car is difficult to steer and is poor- ly suited for police work. He suggested 'chat the council buy a used highway patrol car for $850 or reimurse him for the use of his own automobile. Councilman Harry Habeck said the council should inquire into the cost of a new car. The council agreed that the present city squad car should be replaced. The council passed an ordin- ance authorizing the city marshal to accept bail bond, at his dis- cretion. Police Magistrate Charles Donaldson has establish- ed specific bonds for the more common offenses. They range from $5 for a minor speeding charge to $50 for resisting arrest and ~ ~: d~ving: :o = The COUncil also passed an or- _ s , dinance requiring users of the City Dump :to follow instructions on signs at the dump which indi- cate where garbage should be placed. The council repealed one pro- vision of an ordinance prohibit- ing the picketing of a horse In town and amended the ordinance to prohibit the staking of horses along sidewalks and streets and the riding of horses on sidewalks. The council voted to thank the U. S. Corps of Engineers for its study of the flood control situation in the area and to ex- press agreement with the recom- mendations made by the engin- eers. However, it should be ex- plained that the city cannot afford the $145,000 expenditure suggest- ed by them. A copy of the let- ter will be forwarded to the Wy- oming congressional delegation. In other action, the council.: Granted a building permit to Walter Tracy. Approved beer licenses for the Sundance Golf Club during the men's tournament, Aug. 6 and ? and the llorse Creek Roping Club during ~he Crook County Rodeo, Aug. 13 and 14. ,Okayed the ing of one or (Continued on Last Page, See.. 1) c~ of tar in hand~ house was condemned, imd Judge to Canfield. Wenan-Rodney Guthrle has refused to on top of the allow juries to sit in the court yem" the ~rt room. - , The 1966-67 consolidated mill levy for. Crook County was set this week at 17.476 mills. Last yar's levy was 17~]38. levy was established by the county commissioners, assessor, and clerk, meeting as the Board of Equalization. School district levies are about thte same as in 1965-66-except in Districts 8 and 21 where they are up about .four mills. The Sun- dance mill levy is 57.778, about three mills ~higher than last year. The Moorcroft levy is about 3~ mils below 1965-66. District No. 18 (Moorcroft) ap- proved a special one-mill levy - the maximum allowed for recrea- tional projects -- to build a school swimming pool. The levies by district (1965-66 levies in parentheses): No. 1 and Sundance - 44.271 (44.644; No. 2 - 35.969 (35.804); No. 8 -- 38.101 (54fl09); No. I0 and Hulett - 38.807 (37.544); No. 18 and Moorcroft - 37.951 (38.- 962); No. 21 - 43.909 (38.389); No. 29 - 35.763 (34.130). Sundanee - 57.778 (54.865); Moorcroft - 4S.- 951. (0.499); Hulett - 38.807 (37.- 544). ,Moorcroft and District 16 were both able ,to reduce the mill levy and still finance a new swimming pool because of a $3~ million in- cre~me in the di~t's ~ss~seCl valuation.- - The increase cme because of a jump in oil produc. tion. *lli added to the l. -- --Hughes Named ~, l~ so Crook County Rodeo in the arena. The i~'st JL~TM hed~led for Aug. 13 ito get to the end of the arena ToHealth Board Lt. CoL Jasper D. DeBruler, stiU in the saddle will win. ~emm~nderof*the 7318t Redar riding will be A businessmen's scoop shovel Cecil Hughes, Sundance attor. Station, reCelv@d the Air Force and a business- race has also been addedto the hey, has beenname@Crook Coun- ~mmendat~ Medal in an cited for ~melr~ul ~trvl~ c(mtset wilt be program. Arda ~ssme~ will , ~y trustee o~ ,the ~Ne~hern Wyo- award ceremony held in Sun- while executive *Officer Of the the wild cow team up in the event whie~ eall8 ruing Mental Health AssociatioJ. dance Ttm~dey. Shown present- 5O7th Fighter Wing at Kie~hal0@ according to for a horseback rider to pull an- Mrs. Meri~t Barton already ~* ,htg the medal to Colonel DeBrul- Air Force Base, Mich. from O~- of the other person, riding a scoop shov- represents the county on the ~r is Col. Edw~! C. Gleed, di-tober, 1963 to April, |~. Club. The el, across the arena, board. One more trustee must rector of Materiel, headquarters, has been commander of the Sm~- Sponsars the show.Wenande said there has been be named by the county com.mis- 30th Air Division, Sioux City.dance unit since April 29, 1966. steer will be sad-(Continued on Last Page, Sec. |) sioners. Accompanying ~Colcmel Gleed