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and grand daughter visited friends in Gillette Thursday eve- ning. Nancy Hall is visiting in Den- ver at the home of her Uncle the Gerald Hall's. Mrs. Glem Wright and daugh- ter Miss Mary and son of Gillette were visitors in town last Wed. nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gene i family have been visit from their is on leave from Servicemen's Pvt. E/1 Frederick R. A. 18835319 Co. G, 2nd BCT, Ft. Dix, New Jersey, The Cariiie Wranglers 4-H Club tour was held August 2. The tour started at the Errett Hapton- stall home. The Elbert Zimmer- schied, Dave Roberts and Reno Lytle homes were visited. Demon- strations were given by the 4-H members. Projects were also dis- FIVE YEARS AGO August 24, 1961 Brief ceremonies were held when the first of 27 family hous- ing units at Sundance Air Force Station was occupied. The Jim Neiman sawmill at Hulett was destroyed in a fire. Damage was estimated as high as $50,000. Top price for baby beef at the annual sale was $34.50. Don Williams, Hulett rider, won top honors at the Crook County Rodeo. Bob Wenande was first in ribbon roping. Richard Smith. son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Smith of Sundance was named to Phi Beta Kappa at the University of Denver. Merle Clingan won $25 at Cash Days. TEN YEARS AGO August 23, 1956 Sundanee schools were sched- uled to open Sept. 4. A final survey of the Aug. 6 hailstorm indicates that $57,500 was paid out in damages within the town. The PTA was staging a bridge marathon. Vern Semsey was playing at the Turf Bar and Lounge. Sundanee and Hulett FFA members completed a new sheep shed at the Fairgrounds. Superintendent of Schools Blanche Byrd announced that 70 teachers were expected to attend the annual institute in Sundanee. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission cut the number of antelope permits for the New- castle area from 500 to 350. ~.gTEEN YEARS AGO ust 23, 1951 The county's 4-H entrants in the State Fair included Troyee Pblicky, Carol Ann Reynolds, Verla Crago, Bonnie Wlllard, Dean Wlilard, Eugene Keyser, Larry Keyser, Barbara and Wilma Davidson, Margaret Island and `Marilyn Long. l~orty-seven heifers owned by Hu~ Kokesh set an all-time high ~heoord for grass fed heifers at Belle Fourehe Livestock Ex. change. They sold ,for $35 a Unive Aty M wns begining as Sundanee High school football coach. Charles H. ~Bud" Stagemeyer wounded in Dudrey entered the set. played. The tour ended At Key- hole dam with swimming and a picnic supper. (1 to r) front row: Ely Zim- merschied, ,Eugene Roberts, Clint Zimmerschied; 2nd row: Bonnie Zimmerschied, Becky Roberts, Ruthy Lytle, Sandy Griffith; 3rd row: Julia Zimmerschied, Gertie Lytle, Carol Griffith,-Neda Zim- mersehied, Marion Haptonstall; Back Row: Errett Haptonstall, Dennis Lytle, Sam Haptonstall, Carol Zimmerschied, Dave Rob- erts. ViCe. TWENTY YEARS AGO August 22, 1946 M. O. Trego and Mayor Jay Durfee hetped put out a fire in a truckload of lumber. They did it with the new fire truck recently placed at the city's dis- posal by the forsest service. ,Nancy Jackson and Jane Huck- ins were named as Crook County representatives to Girls' State. District Judge H. P. Ilsley was slated to speak at the teachers' institute in Sundance. FORTY YEARS AGO Aug. 19, 1926 Frank Koch was experimenting with Liberty, a new breed of wheat. The Times carried a two-col. umn message from the staff of the Crook County ,High School inviting eighth grade graduates to enroll at the school. Several curricula were offered---home ec- onomics, normal training, Smith- Hughes agriculture "and college entrance. J. T. McGuuckin and Sam Ew- ing were electionering in Alad. din. ,Mrs. Will Davis of Inyan Kara was signed to teach at Beulah The Sundance baseball team beat Colony, 30~13. Pitching for Sundance were Plato, Reynolds and Schloredt. FIFTY YEARS AGO August 23, 1916 ~William Pearson, old-timer in the vicinity, was thinking ser- iously about locating on a ranch in the northern part of the country. Raymond Roadifer was visiting Sundance ~riends. He had a homestead in the Upton area. The Sundance flour mill was in operation. Herman Lull was advertising that he had all kinds of lumber for sale at the base of Inyan Kara Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth of Den- ver are visiting at the home of Mrs. Rose's parents the Raymond Schlattman's. Mr. and Mrs. John and Mr. and Mrs. Emerald Daughtery of Billings, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dexter of Clearmont, attended the Russ. ell Krause funeral Monday. Mrs. Jack Simpson and Miss Selma Raudsep drove to Laramie Monday to get Miss Hilda Simp- son who was returning from a months tour. She was given the Ralston Purnia Summer Danfroth scholarship, w,hich is given to a senior, from every land grant college - on this tour there was one from Puerto Riea and two from Canada . This tour they spent two weeks in St. Louis and two weeks in Camp Miniwanca, Mich. Miss Hilda Ann spent part of the summer attending summer school in Laramie. Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson re- turned Monday evening after spending the past week camping near Beulah. They report catch. ing some lovely fish and really enjoyed their outing. Their daughter Miss Janet spent part of the time with them and also visRed her sister and husband the Joe Graham's part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Don Thompson and daughter Miss Janet are en. joying a camping trip at Sand Creek for a few days. Ronnie Schlattman is helping extra at the station during their absence. ~r. and Mrs. Wilbur Zimmer. schied and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zimmerschied and family spent a few days last week in Yellow- stone Park . They report a won- derful time hut only wished it could have been longer. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kottraba of Reno, Nevada arrived Wednes- NOTICE OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL Public notice is hereby given that the General Election in the State of Wyoming on November 8, 1966, the amendments to the Constittuion of the State of submitted to the electors of this state for adoption or come valid as a part of said ConstRution if ratified by a said electors. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 1 Proposal to repeal Sections 22 and 23 of Article V justices of the peace and police magistrates, and Section 5 XIX relating to courts of arbitration, and to amend Section 1 V of the Constitution of the State of Wyoming to read as follows: "The judicial power of the state shall be vested in senate, sitting as a court of impeachment, in a court, district courts, and such subordinate courts as legislature may, by general law, establish and from time to time." Our state constitution establishes and prescribes the of justice of the peace courts; also, it gives the legislature to establish municipal and arbitration courts. This ment, if adopted, would eliminate all such courts from tution a/~d, instead, would give the legislature the tablish the subordinate courts it deems best suited to needs and provide for their jurisdiction and manner of In the meantime, the present system would continue in existing statutes until changed by the legislature. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Proposal to amend Section 49, Artiole HI of the the State of Wyoming, relating to the designation of Districts: "Congressional Districts may be altered from time as public convenience may require. When a gresslonal District shall be composed of two or counties they shall be contiguous, and the districts compact as may be. No county shall be divided in formation of Congressional Districts." This proposed amendent to the Constitution in Section 49, Article HI, to Congressional Districts sentative Districts so that it will be understood, without to refer to United States Congressional Districts and not to for State House of Representalves. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. Proposal to amend Section 48, Article HI, of the of the State of Wyoming, relating to the repeal of the for a state census and repealing the requirement that the be apportioned pursuant to State Census: "The legislature at the session next following the nial enumeration of the inhabitants of the state the authority of the United States, shall revise just the apportionment for senators and on a basis of such enumeration according to ratios be fixed by law." This proposed amendment to the Constitution requirements for taking a State Census every tenth year tioning the legislature pursuant thereto. It leaves intact constitutional requirement apportioning the taken by the United States. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO, Proposal to amend Section 5, Article XV, of the the State of Wyoming, relating to the ma:limum mill levy revenue: "For county revenue, there shall be levied annually s not to exceed fifteen mills on the dollar for all including general school tax, exclusive of state except for the payment of its public debt and the thereon. An additional tax of two dollars for each between the ages of twenty-one years and elusive, shall be annually levied for county poses." This amendment if adopted will allow the counties to in revenue for loss in valuation by increasing the mill levy the rising cost in county government, allowing .the counties their own governmental needs. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. Proposal to amend by adding a Section 17 to Article Constitution of the State of Wyoming relating to a county levy for support and maintenance of the public "There sh~ll be levied each year in each county State a tax of .twelve mills on the dollar of the valuation of the property in each county for the and maintenance of the public schools. This tax collected by the county treasurer and disbursed the school districts within ,the coun~ as the , shall provide." This proposed amendment would be added as Article XV of the Constitution of the State of Wyoming. It for a county-wide twelve mill levy to replace a similar ! the present school district taxing authority. The revenue tax would be distributed to all school districts in the Mountain. t The Times carried an eidtorial urging former members of the Bull Moose party ~o unite be- hind the leadership of Hughes. The Times carried a legal notice announcing the dissolution of the Grizzy ~ear Gold Mining and Milling Company. W. H. Nefsy, Mooreroft cattle- man, was quoted as saying "Not- withstanding the restrictions that have come to the use of the range by the settlement of land, the cattle business is better now than it has been at any time during the last thirty years." CARD OF THANKS Thank you for the support given me in the primary elect. tion, Aug. 15. Your continued support will be appreciated. Albert Proctor day and are guests at the Ray ing to a formula to be established by the Legislature. TI1~ Kottr~ba hem e north of of the amendment is to distribute more fairly the burden town. Thursday Mr. and Mrs. taxation and to ~urther equalize resources for public schoolS. Ray Kottraba and Mr. and Mrs. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. Jay Kottraba were visitors in town . Sunday ~the Kottraba fam- ily is plannir~g a re-union at the Devil's Tower. It will be the first time they have been together for a number of years. Ray and Jay are brothers. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ensign received a phone call Wednesday evening from their daughter and family who recently visited here. They arrived home Wednesday evening, but the rioting which has taken place in Lansing twice lately was not in their p~t of town. They had a wonderful trip home via Yellowstone Park, visited friends and stopped in Denver and St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stubb$ Proposal to amend Section 38, Article HI, of the the State of Wyoming relating to the investment of trust providing that the legislature may provide by law for the of trust funds. '~e legislature may attthorize the investment of funds ,by executors, administrators, g~ardians or in the bonds or stocks of private corporations, and other securities as it may by .law provide." This proposed a~nendment to the Constitution of the Wyoming would authorize .the State Legislature to enact mitring the investment of trust funds in the bonds or private corporations and in other securities. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereto set my hand the Great Seal of the State of Wyoming to be hereunto 5th day of August, 1966. THOMSON Se etary of State State of Wyoming Publish August II -- thru --