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PROCLAMATION AND NOTICE OF SPECIAL BOND ELECTION TO BE HELD IN THE TOWN OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING SEPTEMBER 26, 1967 Funeral services were held in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th, at a special bond election will be Sundance Sept. 9 for George E. on m;d~ T, the 26th day of September, 1967, in .the Town of Mullin, who died in Rapid City Wyomirtg, at .the following polli~g places, being all the Sept. 6 following surgery. He was designated for said election, m-wit: POLLING PLACE 85~i~ Prein. ct No. 1 - Northside Town Hall e Rev. ~atterson Keller con- .Precinct No. 1 - Sotuthside ,Methodist Church ducted ,graveside services at election, there will ,be subrnltied ~o the qualified electors Green Mouutaln Cemetery. Bur- Town the following proposal: ial was under ~he direotion of the SUBMITTED ~R~berts Funeral Home. ShaLl the negati~ble, cot~po~,~ner~ obliga~ion bonds of .the Town of Sundance, ~g, be issued in the A rancher and sheepherder, a~gregate princi@al amoun.t of $18,000.00, or so much M~llin bad lived in ,the Moorcroft thereof as may be necessary, for the purpose of acquiring area from 1942 until January 1962 equipment and apparatus for tire_prevention and control, when he moved to Sundance. tnclud'mg a fire `truck, said ,bonds to bear interest at a He was ,born Sept. 18, 1881 at rate or rates of not exceeding five per centum (5%) per .Norris City, ILl., .the son of Them- annum, to mature serially within not exceeding .ten years as and Margaret Mullin. In 1894, after their date, and to be issued and sold at such time or ttmes, in such manner, and upon such lawful .ternm andthe ~arnily moved .to ,the New- conditions as the Town Council may determine, including castle area and Mttllin spent all ;tt ita option, provisions for the redemption of bondsJbt~t six years of his .life as a Wy- __prior to maturRy without or with a premium? (ruling resident. The official ha Hot, after the statement of the proposal, shall ~n November 1908, he married the words ~For Fire Prevention ,Bonds, and the words Nellie Hunter, w~ho died in Aug- Fire Prevention Bonds." The voter sh 'all prepare his or ust 1916. on said a cross (X) to express his or There are no kno~vn survivors. and ballot ,boxes shall be opened at 9:00 o'clock _ , day, and shall remain open until and be closed :00 o clock ~p.m., of said day. , ~ Turkey Permit Applications At said election there shall be provided two ballot boxes at eaen Now Being Accepted .~g place for said bond ballots, one to be ,d, es,,,tgnaCed Ballot Box Hunters wishing .to pursue one an. tthe other to be designated Ballot ,Box B . There shall also of Wyoming's Crophy u,ptand game )r~ided two sets of ballots, one of which shall be printed on e ~ aper and the o~er on colored paper, both of which shall con- birds, the wild turkey, should the; same statement of the proposal to be voted upon and the ~)ick up an application form and ~instructions regarding the manner of ,marking the ballot. ~t~bmi, t it ,~rior ,to October 10, ,'very citizen of the United States of the age of twenty-one years ,1967 the Wyoming Game and Wire has resided in the State one year and in the Town sixty days next precedirtg such election shall be entitled on such question, ,provided that he or she appears in person at on the day of election If such elector is not .the owner of, spouse of the owner of, real or Jpersonal property assessed on assessment roll of said Town, he or she shall be furnished by the conducting such e~ection, a ,ballot printed on white paper, and of all such persons shall be deposited in Ballo~ Box "A '. elector is the owner of, or the spouse of the owner of, real or assessed on the assessment roll of said Town, he or furnished by such officers a ballot printed on colored and the ballots of ,all such persons shaLl be deposited in Ballot "B". Before any person shall be permitted to vote a ballot ed on colored paper, he or she shallh be required to make, before ~fficers of electi,on ~vho are authorized to take the same, an af- showing that he or she is .the ~wner of, or the spouse of the of, real or personal property assessed on the assessment roll Town. persons whose registration for voting is in force in accordance laws of this State, and who have resided within the corporate of the Town of Sundance sixty days next preceding the date of election, shall be entitled to vote at such election upon said question without further registration. All oher persons who are electors of the Tawn and who shaLl have resided within Corporate limits of the T~wn sixty days next preceding such elec- shall be permitted to vote on said bond question without prior and subscribing at ,the time they shall offer to y in the form of the "Oath of Applicant to )rescribed by Section 22-158, Wyoming Statutes 1957. The shall have the power to administer such oath. by order of the Mayor and Town Council of the Town of and the County Clerk of the County of Crook, in the of Wyoming, ,this 5th day of September, 1967. /s/ Gerald W. Popham Mawr /s/ Francis Hejde County Clerk Fraser 7-14-21, 1967. Fish Department announced to- day. Hunters should note that the applica,tion form, available fror.l ,license selling agents and deputy game wardens throughout the state, lists the application dead- line as October 1. Applications ~vill ~be accepted by the Cheyenne office of the departmen until 5 p.m., Tuesday, October 10, 1967, ~owever. ~f the number of a~lrPlieations ~or any of the three h~n.ting areas exceeds the number of attthorized ~permits a dr.awing will :be held in the Cheyenne office of the de- par'tment to determine the suc- cessflfl applicants. Hunters may apply for a permit in onJy one area. They must also hoM a valid 1967 Wyoming ~bird ~icense. Wild .turkey hunb ~n,g permits are issued free of charge. Department Chief C~lerk, Phil- ip F. Leslie, ~varned hunters that applica.tions received after 5 p.m., October 10 will nat be considered ~n the drawing. Hunters should remember that center fire ri~es or rifles of .22 ~nagnum caliber may be ~ for ~urkey h~nting this season in ad- elRion to legal Shotbmns. Farmers - Ranchers ROUGH LUMBER 2x6, 2x8, lx6 lx8 2x10, 2x12, lx10 lx12 per M ALSO - - - A complete stock of nails, steel posts, woven and barb w re, treated posts and timbers, and baled shavings. Bill Schmidt, Manager Ph 892-4745 Belle Fourche, S. D. IT America the Beautiful .., Is Everybody's Job ~[t's the ~ob of every family that spreads a p[cn;c on a oadside table. l It's the job of every boatman who cruises the ekes and waterways. Every driver, every walker, every flier. That's why our Association throws its whole- hearted support each year into the Keep America ~Beduti[ul campaign. Lovely country we have here. Let's keep it that way. UNITED STATES BREWERS ASSOCIATION, INC. P. O. BOX 107 CHEYENNE, WYOMING When thermometers drop-when winds drift snow-when the weather is at its worst...that's when your Cat-built units should be in top con- dition. For this is when emergencies arise, when quick starting and sure power is a must. So be prepared. Service your Cat snow fighting equipment NOW! To aid you, Wortham's parts and service facili- ties are as close as your phone. A factory trained service technician will give you every possible assistance in preparing your Cat-built unit for cold weather operations or winter storage, WINTER CHECK LIST ,. 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