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PAGE 2 TI~ SUNDANCE TIMES AUGUST 23, 1979 PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS CIVIL NO. 5140 TO THE DEFENDANTS: A.A. Fox, a/k/a Adelbert A. Fox, deceased; William R. Fox, a/k/a W.R. Fox, de- ceased; Tnmmn L. Fox, de- ceased; Barbara Fox, a/k/a Barbara A. Fox and as Bar- bara H. Fox, deceased; Eliz- abeth A. Fox, a/k/a Eliza- beth Ann Fox and as Eliza- beth Fox and as ~e Fox, deceased;. H.G. Fox, a/k/a Harold Germaine Fez and as Harry G. Fox, deceased; George FJy, a/k/a C~rge Esly, deceased; Fay M~ Ells- worth, deceased; and M/lo unknown heirs and devisees of any of the foregoh~ and Harold M. Fox, Clarence M. Fox, Miles L. Fox, Ruby &nRh, Hsrry Stulth, Anna I. Smith, Hart7 S~th, Anna K. Bowman, Alice G. Mc- Moran, Flossle Cdeamn Daw~m, Grace O. Notting- ham, Mary S. Ely and the unknown heirs and devisees ~ of any of tbe foregoing who may be daceased. You and each of you will hereby take ncC~ce that there is now on file in the District Court of Crook Ceunty, Wyom~, at Sundance, Wyoming, filed by Irene sr~s, ~, a Compleint you as defendants demanding judgement quieting plaimiif s title to tbe f~_tmCmg dascna~ed lands and premims, simam in Crook County, Wyomiug, to- wit: BlockT, I,ots 3 and 4, Fourth Addition to the Town ~f Mo~:roft, Crook County, Wyoming . ~Mnst the dofand~ts, and mat dofendants be ad~udg~ to have no right, title or interest therein, and that pmm~ i~ such omer m~I further relief as is just and equitable. You are further notified that unless you answer said on or before the~ 24th day of September, 1979, said Ceu~phint wm be taken as.true and judgement by defmdt rendered ~mnst you. DATED this 6th day of August, t979. s/Beulah A. Imm~ Clerk of Court Mark L. Hughes, Attorney P.O. Box 456 Sundsnce, Wyoming 82729 Attomey for Plaintiff Publish: August 9, 16, 23, and 30, 1979 NOHCE BY PUBLICATION TO: All creditors and otbers interested in the esm~ of LORETrA CALLAHAN, De- ceased: You are hereby notified that a Petition has been filed in the District ,Court of the Sixth Judicial District in Sundance, Wyoming, by Melvin Callehan. setting: forth that LO~A CALL- AHAN died interstate Febr- " uary 8, 1965, being then a resident of,San Luis Obispo, California, and that the time c~ her death she was the owner of an undivided One- sixth interest in the following described tracts of land in Crook County, Wyoming, to- wit: To~ddp 5O North, Range 66 West of the 6th P.M. Section II: SE NEV(, Section 1,2: SNW, SW, E Section 13:WI/2WV2 and said petition further set- ting "forth that said decen- dent left surviving her as her sole and only heirs at law her husband, PAUL J. CALLA- HAN, her daughter, ELSA MAY BROWN, and her son, MELVIN CALLAHAN, and praying that the Court enter its decree of kinship to her, and the right of descent in the above described property interest. You are further hotified that the t/me for he~ing on said petition Ires been fixed at 10 o'clock in the forenoon the ah day or Sep~mbe,, 1979, m the courtroom of the. at the Town of. Stmdame, Crook County, Wyoming, on or before which time any objections or claims herein may be filed, and any permms intereetod in said estate my appear and d~ow catme, if any tbey have, why the prayer of said peti- tion shOtlki not be granted. DATED July 25, 1979. /s/Beulah A. huming CLERK OF COURT PUB: Aug. 2, 9, 16, 23, 1979 BY PUBLICATION TO: All creditors and others interested in the estate of PAUL J. CALLAHAN, De- ceased. You are hereby notified a Petition has been filed in the D/strict Court of the S~th Judicial Districtin Stmdance, Wyomi~, by Dorothy P.,C~ilalum .setth~ :nmemm or A ~ m~'m~ Oe Tm~~rm~:- COUNCg, OW 11~ TOWN OF 1IIE CITY OF SUNDANC~, WYOMING August 6, 1979 The Town Council met this day in regular session, there being present Mayor Floyd Cart and all @onncil members. Also present were James Clark, Joe Popham, Jerry Parker, Kenny Glover, Darlene Speidel, Alan Temple, Robert Dominick, Ralph Goodson, Gordon Lenz, Bob Ulrich, Lee Middleton, Dave Leinen, Frank Watson, Mary Jean Wilson, Sherry! Mooney, Rose Zella Proctor, Dwight Jundt, Bonnie Boaudoin, Gary Snider, Noel Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray, Deb Robert, Mike King, and Carnie Westover. The minutes of the previous meetir~ were read and approved. The Grant application for the proposed Sundance Swim- " ming Pool was approved and signed by Mayor Floyd Cart to be submitted to the Wyoming Recreation Commission. The engineers were given approval to proceed with soil tests and preliminary work necessary at this time. Gary Snider expressed concern over truck parking on third street, leaving a minimal traveling lane. The councl] had received various complaints from area residents. Other park/ng problems were discussed with nothing resolved as they have no authority to ~m/t public parking to selected groups. The Council accepted a request for annexation from Terry,. Ted, and Darlene Speidel. Public meetings will be set up to handle these procedures. A bid wss received from Energy Electric for the construction of the Fire Department and ambulance garage. The bki of ~7.597., with the deductions of items 1,2,3 and 4, s~y.aCcepted. The thickness of in,relation is pendia~ further Rose Zella Proctor asked ff the dty crew would rope off the street in front of the school again this year for the annual bar-b-que, and have trash cans available. Earl Gray asked the Council to restore Ryan Street and the alley behind his property to a decent condition. The Council agreed to check and do whatever needed to be done. Gaylord Lenz indicated he was willing to have his property annexed conditional to the City agreeing he would not have to install curb and gutter, and that they would grant him a malt Beverage Permit. No assurance was given on the liquor license, which is controlled by the State of Wyoming. Purchase of the privately owned sewer line in that area was alse dmcussed. The Police Department asked the Council about their jurisdiction on the Fair Grounds. It was suggested they meet- with the County Commissioners and work together to resolve any problems they are encountering there. Mike IQn~ ~ the results of the Land Use Planning r questioneer, wh/ch indicated the public would like to attend a meeting on zoning and permit systems. Mike also announced plans to hold another hang gliding event on the 25th and 26th of August, with proceeds to go Wward the swimming pool and forth that PAUL J. CALL- Search and ~e Group. AHAN died interstate Jan- The Councff entered into an agreement with Bearlodge uary 9, 1979, being then a / Engineering for engineering services not toexceed6% ofthe resklent of Seal Reach, Cal- ifomia, end that at the time of. his death, he was the owner of an undivided One- twelfth interest in the follow- ing rimmed tracts of land in Crock county, Wyomins, to-wit: T~ 50 North, Range 66 West of the 6th P.M. ~'I'ION 11: SENE, NESE Section 12: S1/,NW, NW,E~/, Section 13:WW and said petition further set- ring forth that said dece- dent "left surviving ~ as sole and only heir at la# his wife, DOROTHY P. CALL- AHAN, and praying that the Court enter its decree deter- mining the date of death of said decedent, his heirs and their degree of kinship to him, and the right of descent in the above described prop- erty. You are further notified that the time for hearing on said petition has been fixed I0 o'clo~ in the fore- noon on the 4th day of SepCember, 1979, in the courtroom of tbe Courthouse at the Town of Su~, Crook County, Wyoming, on or before .which time any objections or claims may be filed, and any persons in- terem~ in said estate may appear and show cause, ff any they have, why the p~ayer of said petition should not be grented. DATED July 25, !979. /s/Beulah A:~muning CLERK OF COURT PUB: Aug. 2, 9, 16,.23, 1979 I Field Office days 2nd & | 4th Thursdays [10-3 = |p.m.] 307 Main. Call| Ii 28&U82 for,~tu aimoint-;|, - - -...ZN completed water improvement grant, items number 1 and 4. Tbe Cmmcfl agreed to purchase a bus from Crook Cotmty School District //1, for the specific use of the Recreation Board, for the amount of $10.00. Mayor Floyd Carr appointed Doug Ramsey to fill the vacancy, left by Donna Harts ~on-from the Recreation Board. A motion was made by Hubbard and seconded by Garman to ~ a Malt Beverage Permit for the Crook County Horsemen's Association. The Council agreed to grant an easement to Range Telephone Comlmny for underground cable. Approval was given for James Cooper's building permit, garage, in the amount of $4,250. and tentative approval for William Jacksons building permit, pending Land Us~ Plannt~ approval. The annexation petition Of the Reed-C~onn addition was reviewed and found to be in minimum compliance with Wyoming State Statutes and proceedings inRated to annex the property by setting the rime'for a public hearing to be held September 10, 1979 at City Hall. Ordinance number 3, 1979, regardung U-Turns was passed, adopted, and approved on the first reading as an emergency 6~ to go into effect immediately, h a motion ~mde by Froiander and seconded by Fullerton, Ordiance number 4, 1979, regarding certain misdemeanors was passed, adopted, and approved on the first reading ss an emergency ordiance to go into effect immediately, in a motion made by Hubbard and seconded by Garman. Bills were read for the month of August and warrants ordered drawn for the same: Administration Ambulance Sanitation Streets and Alleys ' Revenue sharing Meter re~mds Public Safety Water Sewer P~ and Cemeteries Fire Total Receipts for the month of July: Licenses Cigarette Tax Sales Tax l~liscellaneous Cemeteries Ambulance Availability Fees Interest Fines Gas Tax" I% Sales Tax Meter Deoos~ts ....... $7,238.29 941.76 2,472.49 3,241.34 4,337.45 25.00, 7,193.64 11,470.97 525.10 927.37 22.44 ~,44o.83 $2,000.00 1 ,O67.O9 5,460.91 682.4O 715,00" 302.44 2,O60.00 932.50 416.00 1,226.37 4,517.60 200.00 Revenue Sharing CETA Radar Grant Total There being no further business to come at this time the meeting was adjourned. (SEAL) . A~['EST: Carole Westover Clerk-Treasurer WYOMING HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT Cheyenne, Wyoming NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SE'ITLEMENT FOR HIGHWAY WORK Notice is hereby given that the State Highway Commission of Wyoming has accepted as completed ac- cording to plans, spec~ca- tions and rules governing the same, the work performed under that certain contract dated November 30, 1978, between the State of Wyo- ming, ~ug through s~d Commission, and J.H. Hilt Engineering, Inc. (.South Da- kata Corporation) the Con- tractor, on Highway Project No. ARS-2241 & SMP-7784 consisting of replacement of bridge railing at one location on the east bound lane of four lane divided Interstate Sundance Schools Monday, Aug. Wieners, corn, butter, peaches, Tuesday, Aug., Goulash, biscuits fruit jello, milk. Wednesday, Wimples, carrot sticks, hash brown applesauce, milk. Thursday, Aug. and noodles, banana bread, milk. Priday, Aug. apricots, milk. . highway between Moorcroft oneof l and Sundance located ap- enter the proximately 7.5 miles southwest of the West Sun- ruing Scholars dance Interchange in Crook fall. County and the Contractor is Selection for the entitled to final settlement fled and therefore; that the Superin- manding UW tendent of the State Highway ognises a Department will cause said high Contract~ to be paid the full achievement and amotmt due Them under said tential for contract on October 3, 1979. collegiate study. The date of the first pub- Those licetion of this notice is: gram receive a each semester August 23, 1979 STATE HIGHWAY ular semesters COMMISSION OF maintain an WYOMING point average of and a 3.5 in the L,J. Gunton study. Jackie is a 1978 Chief Acx'.ountant Federal Aid Section her parents are Mr. Publish: August 23, 30; Glen Wyatt. September 3, 1979 Starting Sunday, 26, Tastee-Freez will at 8:30 p,m. 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