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en at this time, as the council Administration .................... $ 553.54 wants to check the records and Public Safety ........................ 2,020.63 with landowners in that area. Sanitation ............................ 4,055.39 Joe Popham requested pennis- Streets and Alleys ............. 738.97 sion to attend the Law Enforce- Cemeteries and Parks ..... 472.70 Sunny Divide Community Hallment Academy, at Douglas, Wy- P.E.P ...................... 319.35 Will be the scene Friday of the Dining, October 1 thru October Water Refund ...... 2000 first Harvest Festival event to be 27. Motion by Moberg to grant The following building permits Staged by the Crook County Farm his request, and the city to pay were approved by the council: Bureau. The event will ope the cost of $40.00, plus mileage. Andy Policky, patio porch $1,000.- Seconded ,by Cave. Motion car- 00; R. R. Proctor, enclosing With a potluck supper at 6:30 ried. porch, $800.00; Rex Dillon, resi- P.m. All Farm Bureau members Bond for Walter Wagner, Treas- dence, $30,000.00; Joe Whittemore, attending are asked to bring urer of the Sundance Recreation, modulargarage' $300.00;residenceCharles, $17,000.00;Jones' Something they produce on thei was approved. William Hibbard, tool shed, $200.- farm or ranch to sell during the Written applications were re- evening's auction. Albert Proc- calved by the council from Emery will auction off the products George and Straitor Clark for No further business meeting ad- :ollowing the supper. Proceeds permission to bury underground journed. Will be used for the support of gasoline tanks. Mr. George's re- Floyd Cart, the Farm Bureau queen contest, quest was for a 280 gallon tank, Acting Mayor The public is invited to attend to be located' in the 1st Addition, ATTEST: the potluck supper. Those at- Block 51, Lot 3 and the WV2 of (SEAL) tending are asked to bring their Lot 2. Mr. Clark's request was Phyllis McLaughlin, table servings. Coffee and for a 300 gallon tank, to be lo- City Clerk oolaid will be furnished by the cated in the Shawler Addition, Farm Bureau. Block S1, Lot 7. Motion by Me- berg to grant said requests. Sac- NOTICE OF APPLICATION ended by Cave. Motion carried. FOR oook County Reaches Assistant Supt. Harbaugh re-RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE of U. S. Bond Quota quested that the walk-ways be Notice is hereby given that on Sales of Series E and H Say- painted on Fourth and Main the 31 day of August, 1973, (one) gs Bonds in Crook county dur- Streets, also to place someone Don & Doug Halvorson DBA Ma- ag August totaled $5,517, accord- on duty in the school zone for tee Village filed an application g to county bond chairman police protection from 11:45 a.m. for a Retail Liquor License in Richard Durfee. thrn 12:30 p.m., no action was the office of the Clerk of the Total sales for the year nowtaken on the policing of theCounty of Crook for the following total $52,301, which is 70 percent school zone Councilmen Glendescribed place and premises, of the county's quota for the Wyatt and Don Cave will meetto-wit: Room in a one-story year. with the school officials to see Frame Building situate on Metes t Durfee said that Wyoming res- what can be worked out. and Bounds Description in SWV4 dents invested $5,666,979 in E Acting Mayor Floyd Carl SEV4; SEV4 SWV4; Sec. 8, T. S2- and H Bonds during the first scheduled a special meeting of N.R. 65 W., 6th P. M.. ight months of the year, an in- the council for 7:30 p.m., Septem- and protests, ff any there be, ber 19th, 1973, for the following against the issuance of such li- Crease of $487,439 over the same Period last year. Turkey Shoot Set By Aladdin Club tThe annual turkey shoot of the laddin Homemakers Club will be ld at the Aladdin Store Sunday, 7 starting at 1 p.m. Money m the event is used by tt e Club to help with community P~j.ects. rl'ties and shotguns w'lll ~Plstols, . . used with children using BB ['Uns and .22 rifles. Special events planned for women and ghil- ten. Refreshments will be serv- by the Aladdin Homemakers 'qub. purposes to-wit: 1. I ndfill Operations. 2. Sundance-Crook County Am- bulance Service. The bills were read for the month of August. Motion by Cave to allow said bills and warrants were ordered to be drawn for same. Seconded by Moberg. Mo- tion carried. cease will be heard at the hour of 10: o'clock A. M. on the 2nd day of Oct., 1973, in the Com- missioners Room, Court House, Sundance, Wyoming. (SEAL) Francis Hejde County Clerk Dated August 31, 1973. Sept. 6 - 13 - 20 - 27, 1973 Wyominc Picnic Set in California thThe fall picnic and round-up of ~-a~ Wyoming State Society of th lifornia will be held Oct. 14 at recreation park in Long Qeach, Calif. . .... . The event will be held from iv q.rn. to 4 p.m. Persons attending asked to bring their picnic Unch. Coffee and entertainment Will be provided. MINUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN CO-U'NCIL OF THE TOWN OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING September 4, 1973 The town council met this day session there being Acting Mayor Floyd Carr, Don L. Cave, and Moberg. Gen, Supt aka Comm. Allan Edwards, John Eng. Advisor, City At- Cecil K. Hughes, L. B. Chief of Police, City Phyllis McLaughlin and of the last regular were read and approved. for the month of Aug- were as follows: Licenses Fines $3.00; Cigarette Tax Gasoline Tax $1,550.41; ~'. $329.45; Water Deposits 00; Sanitation Department P.E.P. & E. Y. P. .88 and Sales Tax $823.62. M. Bernd, representing Homes Company, proposed a new housing addition City Attorney Hughes location of the city ts, also whether the cit , had the dedication oz that of the McCutcheon Addi- when it was dedicated in He said that if the dedica- Wasn't accepted the city has to open Lee Street, Mr. Bernd had requested opened. No action was tak- Showroom Now Open During Regular Business Hours 610 5th St.---2 blocks south of Standard Service Station Ph. 283-2115 Sundance NOTICE TO CREDITORS Dated this 25th day of Septem- In the Matter of the Estate of ber, 1973. Mary B. Sutton, Deceased. F.B. Borne, Notice is hereby given that let- Executor ters of administration have been Cecil K. Hughes, Attorney granted to the undersigned Exec- Sept. 27; Oct. 4-11, 1973. utor by the District Court of Crook County, Wyoming, in the above estate, and that all persons [ 0Ptmetrist- . I having claims against said estate are required to file them with the necessary vouchers in the of- [ Spearfish Deadwood ] rice of the Clerk of the above- I 642-4656 578-1761 [ named court or to exhibit them L__..............._J with the necessary vouchers on or before three months after Sep- I lll Illl tember 27, 1973, the date of the first publication of this notice Monuments Markel to the undersigned executor at the law offices of Cecil K. Hughes All kinds and slzem Pried in Sundance, Wyoming, and if right, quality unexcelled. We such claims are not filed or exhib- set them for you, no extra ited, they will be forever barred', charge. Call collect or write for appointment In your home. FRED BLAKEMAN THE SUNDANCE TIMES Moorcroft, Wyo. Sundance, Wyo. Sept. 27, 1973 In Beautiful Sundance-- A Better Homes & Gardens feature home. It has three bedrooms, breezeway, a covered patio, a garage and prize-winning yard. ONE of the oldest and most profitable businesses in Crook county is for sale. FOR DETAILS about the above and other listings call or write KANODE REALTY Ph. 756-3429 Moorcroft, Wyo. Keebler's 1 lb. Pkg. SALTINE CRACKERS .................................................... 39 Carnation Individual HOT COCOA MIX .............................................. 5 for 25 1 Ib Pkg. CAMPBELL'S MARSHMALLOWS ......................... 29 New 3-Pack FIDDLE-FADDLE ......................................... ea. 25 Ohio Blue Tip Advertising BOOK MATCHES ................................................ 15 200 Ft. Pkg. HANDIWRAP ................................................................... 49 Keebler Red Tag COOKIE SALE .............................................. 3 Pkgs. - $1.00 3 Oz. Jar INSTANT NESTEA ..................................................................... 99 Borden's 21 Oz. INSTANT BREAKFAST ORANGE ................................. 89 Carnation CANNED MILK .................................... 5 for $1.00 Assorted Flavors TUFFY'S DOG FOOD ........................... 4 for $1.00 All Flavors JERSEY ICE CREAM ....................... 1/2 Gal. - 95 50 lb. Bag RED POTATOES ......................................... $3.89 Extra Fancy RED DELICIOUS APPLES ................ 5 Ibs. - $1.00 CANTALOUPE ...................................... 4 for $1.00 CELERY ........................................ 2 Stalks - 29 Hormel THICK-SLICED BACON ................... 2 Ibs. - $2.39 Sept. 27- 28 - 29