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September 15, 1960

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(Sept. 4) Mrs. Dick Metzel and Mrs. Roy- al Mills Jr. and girls returned the first of the week from Colo- rado Springs where they spent a week visiting Mrs. Metzel's mother-in-law and other relatives near there. Mrs. Will Parker who use to live at Deadwood and Lead, now of Los Angeles, Calif., spent a week visiting Mildred Majek at the cabin on Sand Creek. Mrs. Hugh Roney of Lead was also a visitor of Mrs. Majek last week. On Thursday evening Miss Myr- tle Mathews, Sandra and Leslie, Miss Irene Reinecke, Mrs. Henry Saari, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blake- man and Roger took a pot luck dinner and spent the evening with Mrs. Majek. Mrs. Orville Harper and child- ren were brief callers in Beulah and at the Gerald Blakeman home last week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Blakeman were supper guests at the Ger- ald Blakeman home Wednesday evening. Mrs. Blakeman and Roger spent Saturday night at the R. L. Singleton home near Carlile and on Sunday they, Mr. and Mrs. Singleton visited Mr. and Mrs. George Ike and were dinner guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mathews left Thursday noon for Caldwell, Idaho where they will visit their daughter, Mrs. Ruby McCormick and granddaughter Gertrude Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Guidinger are the owners of a new Oldsmo- bile station wagon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moeller, Betty and Eleanor attended the wedding of the Moeller's daugh- ter, Jeanette, and Larry Crawford in Sundance Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Helen Metzel had as lunch- ton guests on Wednesday, Mrs. Bert Mathews, Mrs. Don Wendt, Mrs. Gerald Blakeman and Mrs. Henry Saari. Reports of Miss Anne Guidin. get at the St. Josephs Hospital in Deadwood are that she is much improved after taking sev- eral blood transfusions last week. Her family returned to their homes here on Friday evening. RUG ' THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 15, 1960 Mrs. R. B. Mills had X-rays taken in Spearfish last week and received all good reports. She helped cook at Ranch A over the weekend, as they had a large crowd for over Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Mills visited at the Dea Baldwin home a week ago Sunday. Mrs. Royal Mills Jr. and girls were visiting Mrs. Dick Metzel on Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Mosley ac- companied Mr. and Mrs. Spar- dad from Spearfish to Iron Creek lake for a picnic on Labor day. Notice to Creditors In the Matter of the Estate of) Albert E. Scriven, Deceased Notice is hereby given that letters testamentary have been granted to the undersigned exec- utrix by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the office of the Clerk of the above named court or to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers on or before six months after September 1, 1960, the date of the first publication of this no- tice to Reynolds & Hughes, attorneys for the executrix at their office in Sundance, Wyo- ming, and if such claims are not so filed or exhibited, they will be forever barred. Dated this 1st day of Septem- ber, 1960. Mabel Scriven, Executrix Reynolds & Hughes, Attorneys Sept. 1-8-15. NOTICE OF PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS Public notice is hereby given that at the General Election to be held in the State of Wyoming on November 8, 1960, the follow- ing proposed amendments to the Constitution of the State of Wy- oming will be submitted to the electors of this State for adop- tion or rejection, to become valid as a part of said Constitution, if ratified by a majority of said electors: PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 1 Proposal to amend Section 6, Article X, of the Constitution of the State of Wyoming to read and provide as follows: shall provide." This proposed amendment would remove the limitation which presently permits a cor- poration to engage in but one line or department of business and would give the legislature the right by general law to prescribe the nature and number of lines or departments of busi- ness in which any corporation shall have power to engage. This will permit the legislature to modernize and bring our corpor- ate laws up to date, and to adopt the Model Business Corporation Act, which has been done in other states thereby promoting business and encouraging new industry for Wyoming. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 2 Proposal to amend Section 5, Article XVI, of the Constitution of the State of Wyoming to read and provide as follows: "Article XVI, Section 5. No city, town or village, or any sub- divison thereof, or any subdivis- ion of any county of the State of Wyoming, shall, in any man- ner, create any indebtedness ex- ceeding four (4) percentum on the assessed value of the taxable property therein; provided, how- ever, that any city, town or vil- lage may be authorized to create an additional indebtedness, not exceeding 4 per centum on the assessed value of the taxable property therein as shown by the last preceding general assess- ment, for the purpose of building sewerage therein; and provided further, that any school district may be authorized to create an additional indebtedness, not ex- ceeding 4 per centum on the assessed value of the taxable property therein as shown by the last preceding general assess- ment, for the purpose of the erec- tion or enlargement of school buildings therein; debts contract- ed for supplying water to such city or town are excepted from the operation of this section." This proposed amendment to tl~e Constitution of the State of Wyoming allows cities, towns, villages, or subdivisions thereof to create indebtedness not to exceed four per cent (4%) of the assessed value of the taxable property within such city, town, village, or subdivision thereof, whereas the present provisions of the Constitution restrict the creation of indebtedness to two percent (2%) of the assessed value of the taxable property. PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL Do~,a (~|~, ..... "Article 10, Section 6. AMENDMENT NO. 3 u ~ x.Ja~llt~F$ Corporations shall have pew- Proposal to amend Section 6, Ph AT o oAao er to engage in such and asArticle XV, of the Constitution ,,-,~o~ many lines or departments of the State of Wyoming to read of business as the legislature and provide as followsv~%~ Of Grade A Dairy and Complete Farm Equipment and Feed ~t Located on the Heury Tauek farm on Redwater - 5mll~ of Beulah, Wyo. - 14 miles northwest of Spearfish, S. D. or 17 miles southwest of Belle Fourche, S.D. { P MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 26 / 550 Head of Livestock '~ /P 42 head of grade A cows, mostly Holsteins anda few good Swiss; 10 bred Holstein g; ) heffers~ Holstein heifer calves; 1 purebred ~, ~ H~,~~l~~year.ol~Angus bull; 350 head of breeding ( ( ]1 } 350 Tons Alfalfa Hay, Ist, 2nd, 3rd Cuttings, Baled 4r Machinery Milking Equipment ~ Feed Miscellaneous CORNELIUS (Col) & MILDRED STOLTZ spe tsh CZor : Mrs. Bush "Article XV, Section 6. No incorporated city or town shall levy a tax to exceed twelve (12) mills on the dol- lar in any one year, except for the payment of its public debt and the interest there- on." This proposed amendment to the Constitution of the State of Wyoming, allows cities and towns to increase their tax levies to twelve (12) mills instead of the present maximum of eight (8) mills. IN WITNESS have hereto set my caused the Great State of Wyoming to be affixed this 1st day of 1960. JACK R. GAGE, Secretary of state of the State of Wyoming, (SEAL) .o~ August ll-18-25--Sept. 1-8-1~ 29--October 6-13-20-27--NOV' * representing Motor Co. Gillette, Wyo. NEW AND USED CARS AND FORD LINCOLN MERCURY Office Fh. 400 'S Gillette, Wyo. Some fellows dbo all the family driving. In other famlll~ me 1 i,!l b does most of the chauffeuring. But regardless of WhO drives the ear, whether the wife the husband drive or not, the matter of keeping the ~ in good condition is important. Ladles, your probably knows that Specht-Wagner has the most dependable able mechanics a car owner could wish for. There's tel pleasure in a DRIVE when your car is in A-1 shape. But how miserable it lJ to be driving along momentarily expecting CAR trouble. _.When yon bring your car to Specht-Wagner tbe engine's efficiency is checked and when any trouble lJ spotted and diagnosed it is adjusted until it is ON the money. So, husbands and wives, whether you driv~ the car seven days a week, or use it for pleasure drlvinlf 0~ SUNDAY.. It will pay you to have it checked at periodic intervglJ ~t Specht.Wagner in Spearfish. And not ONLY do we put your car in smooth purring condition, we eor~ any flaws in its complextion. Our body shop is second none. Make it a point to see us soon.