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a kind of g0bbered up lump. such other property as the THE SUNDANCE TIMES An' I hope nuthtn' like thatlegislature may by general Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 27, 1956 ever happens no more. law provide." Tim Burr This proposed amendment to the IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I Constitution of the State of Wyo- another guy was a-talkin' him, dug in the spurs and headed ruing allows property of the Fed- have hereto set my hand and eaus. a horse that bled to death for that burn. NOTICE OF PROPOSED eral, State and political subdivi- ed the Great Seal of the State of a peculi x tongue lesion of We went over an right, and I CONSTITUTIONAL sions thereof, to be subject to tax- Wyoming to be hereunto affixed .~r lined origin, and I was can swear that hoss cleared the AMENDMENT ativ~ in the event that such pro- this First day of August, 1956. te I of a incident that took whole strip in one skimmin' leap, Public notice is hereby given perry is being used for purposesEVERETT T. COPENHAVER, about 60 years ago back in but he lit a-buckin' like he was that at the General Election to be other than governmental, in order Secretary of State of the Dakota. . . mad clean through. An' he kept held in the State of Wyoming on that non-governmental activities State of Wyoming Le of us K7 ranch boys nan on a-buckin like he was possest~ November 6th, 1956, the following upon governmental lands can bear (SEAL) to Dickinson after supplies Of a sudden we came to a purty proposed amendment to the Con- their fair share of the tax burden Aug. 16-23-30 Sept 6-13-20-27 Oct. little relaxation. With my high slopin' bank leading into a stitution of the State of Wyoming within this State. 4-11-18-25 Nov. 1 bought a fine new saddle, cut-bank draw. He took two jumps will be submitted to the electors and blanket before taking in down the bank then swiveled back At that, I was a day up on top. But I didn t get the of this State for adoption or re- leaving and tried to make signal in time and kept on agoin'! jection, to become valid as a part on the road to catch up the wagons. the time I reached the Half ranch the red roan I was got to draggin' his toes loaned me a pale blue that a bronc peeler had out a couple a years be- and which hadn't been rode since. But bein' at "that" Only found a green horse g. ridin' Blondy around in ~rral a bit I opened the gate ambled out across the fiats. didn't bother none then wasn't any for miles an' Things went fine for six miles. Blondy didn't too well but didn't buck When I got back up on the bank Blondy was still a-buckin' off across the flats headed back to the Half Square corrals. Well, I finally caught up with him about three miles from where he and I started, but he sure didn't look like the same horse. He was as red as any blod-bay you ever saw. The new blanket was gone for good (never did find it), the saddle was covered with blood and foam and the bridle reins were only short stubs. That horse's tongue was almost cut in two and pretty badly mangl- ed, but he got over it OK and seemed to do as well as the other horses a-eatin', except his tongue never looked the same. It was of said Constitution, ff ratified by a majority of said electors: PROPOSED CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT NO. 1 Proposed to amend Section 12, Article 15, of said Constitution to read as follows: "Article 15, Section 12. The property of the United States, the State, counties, cities, towns, school districts and mu- nicipal corporations, when used primarily for a govern- mental purpose, and public ll- brm'/es, lots with the build- ingm thereon used exclusively for religious worship, parsonages, church schoo -ami public cemeteries, shall be exempt from taxation, and A MODERN FOOD STORE ( roeerios, lea l dt , Vegetablos, Bakery Qood8 Bone Fosrehe, 8. 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