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PAGE 10 TI' SUNDANCE  OCTOBER 11, .110 WYOMING STATE HIOHW&Y DEPARTMENT NOTIOIB INVITA'I'[ON TO BID The Wyoming Highway Department will receive sealed bids in the omce of the Purchasing Agent, Building No. 6189, P.O. Box 1708, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82002-9019, until 3:00 P.M,, Thursday, October 18, 1990 at which time they will be publicly opened and read forFURNISHING SNOWREMOVALIN W]mTON COUNTY ON WYO 116, UPTON-SUNDANCE ROAD AND HAY CREEK ROAD. Only bids submitted on Wyoming Highway De- partment bid forms will be considered. Bid forms and further informaUon may be obtained, without charge, by contacting Scott Sorensen In the Purchasing Office, Telephone No. (307) 777-4398. WYOMING STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT BY: Sally Duran Sally Duran, PPB Purchasing/Surplus Administrator Publish: October 4, I I, 1990 NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT AND SETTLEMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 7th day of November, 1990, final settlement and payment will be made by the TOWN OF SUNDANCE, Sundance, Wyoming, for and on account of the contract with WAGAMAN REDI MIX & CONSTRUCTION, Box 455, Sundance, Wyoming, 82729, for furnishing all labor, materials and performing all work necessary for construction of TOWN OF SUNDANCE, SECOND STREET IMPROVEMENTS, 1990, in accordance with plans and specifications of the TOWN OF SUNDANCE, Sundance, Wyoming. The above work having been completed and accepted according to the plans and specifications of the TOWN OF SUNDANCE by James A. Miller, Mayor; and the above date being 41 days after the first publication of this notice, the said contract will be finally settled. Any person, co-partnership, association, agency, or corporation who shall have any unpaid claims against said contractor for or on account of furnishing of labor, materials, equipment, sustenance, provisions, provender, or other supplies used or consumed by such contractor and/or subcontractor in or about the performance of said work may at any time, up to and including the date of final settlement and payment, file a verified statement of any and all amounts due on account of such claim with TOWN OF SUN- DANCE, Wyoming. Failure on the part of the claimant to file such statement prior to such final settlement and payment will relieve absolutely the TOWN OF SUNDANCE from all or any liability for such claim. TOWN OF SUNDANCE, Wyoming City Hall, 213 Main St. Sundance, Wyoming, 82729 /S/James A. Miller by: James A. Miller Mayor Publish: September 27; October 4, 11, 18, 25; November 1, 1990 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to any person with interest in a 1985 Ford Van VIN 1FDDE 14H9FHC2282: that the afore mentioned vehicle will be sold at sheriffs sale on October 12, 1990 at 10:30 A.M. at the Sundance Trade Center, E. Hwy. 14, Sundance, WY. Sundance Trade Center by: Linda Foster Publish: October 4, I l, 1990 NOTICE ................ Notice is hereby given of an election by the qualified lectors whether or not to continue to impose a 2% lodging tax upon the sale price paid for transient lodging services within the County for the primary purpose of promotion of travel and tourism. Election shall be conducted on November 6, 1990. Eva J. Willey Crook County Clerk Publish: October 4, II, 18, 25, 1990 NOTICE Notice is hereby given of an election by the qualified electors whether or not to impose a .25 mill levy (.00025) upon property in the Devils Tower Conservation District for conservation pur- poses. Electlon shall be conducted on November 6, 1990. Eva J. Willey Crook County Clerk ,Publish: October 4, 11, 18, 25, 1990 WYOMING HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SETTLEMENT FCR HIGHWAY WORK NoUce Is hereby given that the State Highway Commission of Wyoming has accepted as completed according to plans, specl- fications and rules governing the same the work performed under that certain contract dated May 17, 1990, between the State of Wyoming, acting through said Commission, and DRM, Inc., a Wyoming Corporation, the Contractor, on Highway Project Num- ber SMP-CM-90-4(94) 141 conslsting of minor grading, removal and replacement of fence and cattleguards, guardmfl modifica- tions and miscellaneous work at three locations on 1-90 between Gillette and Sundance at mileposts 165.68, 172.09 and 178.92, and the Contractor Is entitled to final settlement therefor, that the Superintendent of the State Highway Department will cause said Contractor to be paid the full amount due him under said contract on November 7, 1990. The date of the first publication of this notice is: September 27, 1990, STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF WYOMING By: John M. Richardson John M. Richardson Federal Aid Supervisor Accounting Branch Publish: September 27; October 4, 11, 1990 COUNTY ROAD NOTICE TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The Board of County Commissioners has decided to vacate a road commencing at a point on the Little Missouri River Road #200 In tile SI/2SE1/4SWl/4, Section 33 and running in a northwesterly direction through the SE I / 4SW I / 4, NW I / 4SW I / 4, Section 33, then SEI/4NEI/4, NWl/4NEI/4, NEI/4NWI/4, Section 32 then northwesterly through the Sl/2SWI/4, Section 29, SEI/4SE l/4, NEI/4SEI/4, NWl/4SE1/4, SWl/4NEI/4, NEI/4NWI/4, Section 30 and ending at a point In the SEI/ 4SWI/4, Section 19, Township 58 North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M. Crook County, Wyoming. All objectlons thereto or claims for damages by reason thereof must be filed in writing with the Crook County Clerk on or before noon on the 7th day of November, 1990, or the road will be vacated as slated herein without reference to such o0ections or claims for damages. Eva J. Willey Crook County Clerk Dated: October 9, 1990 Publish: Oclober I I, 18, 25, 1990 MINUTES OF A ]JOUI,AR MEiINO OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 8UNDANCE, WYOMING October 1, 1990 The Town Council met this day in regular session with Mayor Miller and Council Members Brooks, Hubbard, Hart, and Gill attending. The Minutes of the September I0, 1990 regular meeting were approved as read. The Clerk-Treasurer reported a bank balance of $50,367.46. The City Engineer reported he has not heard from the Department of Environmental Quality on the application filed for a permit to construct the Eppler water line. Double availability fee will be charged to the Seeley heirs as this is out of the City limits. There will be one tap fee. The City Engineer reported the Vista West Improvece District is having awater studydone to determine how they could bring their water system into compliance with E P A's Drinking Water Standards. One alternative is to hookup to City water. Following discussion Hart moved, Gill seconded, the City could offer to deliver Vista West water at the going rate charged for outside users which at the present time is $2.7 5 a thousand with the City providing the tap and a meter. Carried. David Dick, Crook County Memorial Hospital Administrator, gave the Council an update on hospital and ambulance opera- tions. The Mayor reported he had committed the $500.00 budgeted for Economic Development to go to the Citizens Committee To Preserve Rural Health Care. The Sundance Ambulance Fund has a balance of $10,456.46. The Chlefof Police, Hospital Administrator, and EMT, Frolan- der, will meet and decide on specifications needed for the new ambulance. The Chlef of Police will be in charge of writing up the specifications, advertising them, distributing them, and asking for bids. Bids will be opened at the December 3 regular Council meeting. Due to budget modifications, the City will not be purchasing a used dump truck this year, but will be purchasing a used snow plow and hitch. The Mayor reported the drop in gas tax revenue, is due to the closing of RC Off Company and delinquent monthly payments from the state. Discussion was held on annexing businesses west of town. The Mayor asked Floyd Carr to do an appraisal on some land the City Is interested In purchasing from the Highway Department for future expansion of their lagoon or landfill. The Mayor reported Randy Fall Is requesting an Economic Development Loan. This request will go before the Economic Development Committee. The Maintenance Foreman reported the City water has been chlorinated as a precautionary measure. The water line coming from the hard water well has been severed. Other comments and reports were given. The Land Use Planning Commission approved a buiding permit for the Turf Bar for rerooflng the building and for an addition. There were no adjustment for the month of September. Hubbard moved, GHill seconded, to approve payment of the bills in the amount of $36,335.35. Carried. The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 P.M. (SEAL) Mayor James A. Miller ATTEST: Clerk-Treasurer Lila L. Butts ADDITIONAL VOUCHER LIST FOR SEPBEMBER, 1990 "Chrysler Credit Corp. D Miscellaneous $492.06 *Chrysler Credit Corp. P Miscellaneous 480.89 *Sundance State Bank FED Salaries 1,796.00 *Sundance State Bank FICA Salaries 2,938.48 .*WY Retirement System Retirement 2,154.87 *WY Retirement System Salaries 18.99 ............................................................................ Total $4,355.31 Total Payroll +19,205.76 Grand Total +$23,561.07 * Voucher PaldPrlbr to c0unefl Mdg ...........  '' VOUCHER LIST FOR OCTOBER, 1990 Name Purpose Amount American Express Travel $171.21 American Red Cross Supplies 95.00 AWWA Assn. Dues 120.00 Bearlodge Limited, Inc. Engineer 62.50 Central Life Assurance Co. Health Ins. 2,646.22 Charles Jones Misc. 2.00 City-Clerk Treasurer Petty Cash 32.18 Crook County Dispatch 1,200.00 Crook County Welding, Inc. Supplies 28,.88 Crystal Park Waterslike Trips 296.00 D&R Fire & Safety Eq. Co. Supplies 1,669.65 Dan Nolan Refunds 10.00 Dillon Hardware Supplies I 01.71 Doreen's Delivery Service Supplies 9.00 Fisher Sand & Gravel Co. System Repairs 103.92 Glen Canfleberry Refunds I 0.00 Hanes Chemical Toilet Softball Toilets 170.00 Hartl Electric System Repairs 93.50 Hazel Moore Utility Deposit Refund Henryetta Bill Utility Deposit Refund Hughes & Dumbrill Attorney J & D Precast, Inc. Supplies J.W. Rollins Utility Deposit Refund Kate Donaldson Estate Utility Deposit Refund Kathy Davis Refunds Law Enforcement Equip. Co. Uniforms Marcus & Joyce McClanahan Utility Deposit Refund 25.00 Marilyn McLaughlin Refunds 10.00 Mercoid Division System Repairs 139.18 Metz Beverage Co., Inc. Supplies ' 588.65 N.A. Nelson Construction Utility Deposit Refund 50.00 Northwest Pipe F/Rings Supplies 150.67 Petersen Lumber & Grain Supplies 390.20 Peterson Gas Co. Propane (Heat) 201.00 Peterson Gas Co. Propane (Fuel) 141.05 Ralph Goodson Refunds I 0.00 Robert's Repair Vehicle Repair 134.29 Servall Towel & Linen Supply Janitor 15.00 Sharps' Hardware Supplies 10.50 State of WY Telephone 5.76 Sundance Equipment Equipment & Maintenance 141.65 Sundance Food & Fuel Gas (Fuel) 774.68 Sundance Texaco Equipment & Maintenance 66.00 Top Office Products Office Supplies 4.93 Tracy Motor Co. Supplies 245.47 Tri-County Electris Assn. Street Lights 16.60 Trl-County EIectrlc Assn. Street Lights 1,024.18 * U.S. Postal Service Postage 72.34 Western Business Resource Copy Machine 28.36 Western Stationers Office Supplies 41.68 Whispering Pines Janitor 70.00 WY Assoc. Chiefs of Police Supplies 25.00 WY Workers CompensaUon Workers Comp. 272.64 Total $12,774.28 Total Payroll + 0.00 Grand Total $12,774.28 King Louis XVI popularized the cultivation of potatoes in France by wearing potato flowers in his buttonhole. NOTICE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLffrION CROOK COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD In accordance with Wyoming Statutes, the Crook County Public Library Board hereby announced that it intends to make final settlement with MAC Construction, P.O. Box 9041, Rapid City, SD 57709 theconstruction of the Crook County Public Library Addition, 122 N. 4th, Sundance. Wyoming 82729. for the Crook County Public Library Board on the forty first (41) calendar day after the first publication of this legal notice, providing that all conditions have been met: this date being October 16, 1990. Final payment is now due the Contractor in accordance with the terms of the contract. Said final payment will be made on the 21 st day of November, 1990, said date being the 41st day after the publication of this notice. Publish: OctOber 1 I, 18, 1990 NOTICE OF SHERDeF'S SALE ON EXECUTION Accordance to Wyoming State Statute #I-21-601 the following property will be sold at sheriffs sale November l, 1990 on the front steps of the Crook County Courthouse at I0:00 A.M. The property may be seen by contacting the Crook County Sheriffs Office. 1. Curtis Mathes 13" color T.V., Mode] #H1330MA, Serial #13603780 Made in 1982. 2. Colt Colteer 4-22, .22 Semi Auto Rifle With Bushnell Sportvlew 4X15MM Scope, No Serial Number. 3. L.C. Smith Double Shotgun Monogram Grade 12GA. En- graved, Serial #RE106542. 4. Winchester Roiling Block, Pat. Oct. 7, 1879, 32-40 Cal. Serial #22793. 5. 1927 TWenty Dollar ($20.00) Gold Coin in Bolo Necktie. CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF Ronald H. Pulse Ronald H. Pulse Sheriff Publish: October I I, 1990 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S S ..A.. E ON EXEC.UTION Accordance to Wyoming State Statute #I-21-601 the following property will be sold at Sheriffs sale November l, 1990 on the front steps of the Crook County Courthouse at I0:00 A.M. The property may be seen by contacting the Crook County Sheriffs Omce. I. GE V.C.R.V.H.S., Made in 1984, Serial #6T5R58618, Model # I VCR5002X. CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF Ronald H. Pulse Ronald H. Pulse Sheriff Publish: October I l, 1990 IMMUNIZATIONS: NOT JUST complications) are adults and FOR KIDS childrenwith chronic heart and Thanks to the breakthrough lung problems, residents of of modern mediclne, smallpox nursing homes and chronic has been eradicated from the care facilities, otherwise face of the earth. Vaccine - healthypersons65yearsofage preventable diseases such as and older, children receiving polio, diptheria and whooping long-term aspirin therapy, and cough are becoming rarer each adults and children with year. Measles, mumps and chronic metabolic diseases (i.e. rubella are not nearlyas deadly diabetes), kidney problems, as they once were. We are all immunosupresslon, anemlaor considerate of protecting our severe asthma. These persons children. But what about our- should contact their physician selves? What about our par- of Public Healtb.,Olllce for in- ent ' "':' + : formation regarj,nelnflu- Each year influenza claims enza vaccine. thelivesofthousandsofpeople The flu vaccine is made of in the United States. Approxi- onlykilledviruses (inactivated) mately 80 to 90 percent of all which are incapable of pro- influenza associated deaths duclng the' disease. While from 1972 to 1981 occurred people receiving the flu vaccine among persons over 65 years 20 or 30 years ago often expe- of age. In 1988 influenza/ riencedunpleasantsideeffects, pneumonia was ranked the this is no longer the case. sixth leading cause of death in Modern manufacturing tech- the United States. nlques allow production of a Influenza ("the flu"} is ares- more purified vaccine, with the piratory disease caused by vi- resultoffewersideeffectstoday. ruses which have repeatedly Flue shots should be given demonstrated an ability to annually, optimally in late Oc- causemaJorepldemics.Typical tober. The peak flu season is symptoms of influenza include from November untll April. Flu an abrupt onset of fever, sore shots must be given everyyear throat, cough and muscle for two reasons: First, protec- aches. Some people develop tions tends to decline over the serious medical complications course of a year and secondly, following influenza infection since influenza viruses fre- 50.0 such as bronchitls, pneumonia quently undergo changes, the and non-respiratory problems, vaccine given one year may not 50.00 High-rlsk groups (those person provide protection against new 733.33 with the highest chance of strains which could circulate 00,0.oo [ ._... _ .C0mmunity--] 25.00 For more information on in- fluenza and influenza vaccine, I ||_|n ] contact your physician or the 7.5O I0.00 =t ,, + ' Crook County Health Office at 110.95 Moorcroft 283-I 142. The Crook County Public Several classes are scheduled Health Nurse will be available to start in October on the in the following locations: Moorcroft campus. They are: Beulah: October l I - 1:30 to painting scenery with animals 3:00 at Margaret Blakeman's taughtbyNewcastle artistAnna home. Lou Anderson. The class will Hulett: October 17 - 9 to 12 'meet for two Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, on the 12th and a.m. at the Senior Citizens 20th of October In the el- Center, and November 5 from ementary school. 1-4 p.m. at the Clinic. Sundance: October 24 - 9-12 Basic and corrective horse- a.m. at the Senior Citizens shoeing, Voy Cox, instructing, Center and November 7 from will meet in the high school, I-4 at the Public Health Office. Monday, October 22 from 7-9 Moorcroft: October 31 from 9- p.m. The calligraphy class, 12 a.m. at the Senior Citizens taught by Malka Bestel, will Center and November 14 from meet from 6-9 p.m. in the Community Education Build- 1-4 p.m. at Moorcroft Clinic. Ing Friday nights starting Oc- 4,4,4,, tuber 12. All of these classes lII----,[[ are for college credit earned WW '=qU through Eastern Wyoming College at Torrlngton and held r--  qk on the Moorcroft campus, o'4"4'4 There are also many non- by Frank Themes credit classes such as soft Supervisor padded albums, Saturday, NOXIOUS WP-ED FROST October 13 from 9-12 noon; DAMAGE  interior decorating, Tuesday, To spray or not to spray, what October 23 and 30; wood- is the answer. This question working in the Moorcroft High may be on a lot of people's School, Monday, October 15 at minds. 7 p.m.; and Jewelry making and Recent freezing temperatures, aouthwest t-shirt classes all day and the light snow cover has Saturday, October 20. put In doubt the feasibility of If you are interested in anyof spraying noxious weeds. these classesorwouldlike more Weeds such as Leafy Spurge, information, please call Marg- Canada Thistle, and Field aret Hall at 756-3367. Bindweed, tough perennials as they are, the upper part of the temperatures freezing, In order to be and expense of spraying is the plants first. should still have a look, not the yellow-reddish frost damage In the case of snapp off a number and if there is an latex (milky white you can be assured cation of chemicals futile complished is the into the root system, The 1990 spraying history, and will be+ individually as sharing for this have any questlons, I the office at 1321 Sundance, or call 2375. SUN]DANCE Monday, Oct. 15 Burrltos with chili, pineapple milk. Tuesday, Oct. 16 Salad bar or cheese, peanut wich, pears, milk. Wednesday, Oct. Pizza, corn, pudding  milk. Thursday, Oct. 18 Salad bar or g sandwich, tomal c and celery sticks, milk. Friday, Oct. 19 Hot beef sandwich' potatoes, fruit salad, Senior Menu HULETT Sunday, Oct. 14 Turkey/dresslng, potatoes, corn, sauce, roll, pumpkiI11 Tuesday, Oct. 16 r4tbatls & crnb6rry mumnm carrot cake, orange J Wednesday, Oct. Grilled ham & soup, wax applesauce, plums. Thursday, Oct. 18 steamed cabbage, muffins, plums: Friday, Oct. 19 Polish sausage, steamed cabbage, apricots. Sunday, Oct. 14 Fried chicken, toes, green beans nana mold, bread roll. Monday, Oct. 15 Meatloaf/cheese beans, corn pudding, fruit rot cake. Tuesday, Oct. 16 Chicken/noodles, slaw, biscdits, Wednesday, Oct. I Swiss steak, potatoes, roll, ding. Thursday, Oct. 18 Polish sausage, wheat bread, peas, Friday, Oct. 19 Fried fish, green pears, hot roll, SENIOR SUNDAN Monday, Oct. 15 Beef stew, Jellied cheese, roll, a Tuesday, Oct. 16 Pork chops, carrots, pears, roll, dlng. Wednesday, Oct. I Meatloaf, ach, perfection pumpkin pie. Thursday, Oct. 18 Roast turkey, sweet potatoes, salad, cinnamon cocktail. Friday, Oct. 19 Potato cheese burger/bun, corn, orange whip. Look to Placing a classified unwanter gold. It's easy, inexpensive. PAGE 10 TI' SUNDANCE  OCTOBER 11, .110 WYOMING STATE HIOHW&Y DEPARTMENT NOTIOIB INVITA'I'[ON TO BID The Wyoming Highway Department will receive sealed bids in the omce of the Purchasing Agent, Building No. 6189, P.O. Box 1708, Cheyenne, Wyoming, 82002-9019, until 3:00 P.M,, Thursday, October 18, 1990 at which time they will be publicly opened and read forFURNISHING SNOWREMOVALIN W]mTON COUNTY ON WYO 116, UPTON-SUNDANCE ROAD AND HAY CREEK ROAD. Only bids submitted on Wyoming Highway De- partment bid forms will be considered. Bid forms and further informaUon may be obtained, without charge, by contacting Scott Sorensen In the Purchasing Office, Telephone No. (307) 777-4398. WYOMING STATE HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT BY: Sally Duran Sally Duran, PPB Purchasing/Surplus Administrator Publish: October 4, I I, 1990 NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE AND FINAL PAYMENT AND SETTLEMENT NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 7th day of November, 1990, final settlement and payment will be made by the TOWN OF SUNDANCE, Sundance, Wyoming, for and on account of the contract with WAGAMAN REDI MIX & CONSTRUCTION, Box 455, Sundance, Wyoming, 82729, for furnishing all labor, materials and performing all work necessary for construction of TOWN OF SUNDANCE, SECOND STREET IMPROVEMENTS, 1990, in accordance with plans and specifications of the TOWN OF SUNDANCE, Sundance, Wyoming. The above work having been completed and accepted according to the plans and specifications of the TOWN OF SUNDANCE by James A. Miller, Mayor; and the above date being 41 days after the first publication of this notice, the said contract will be finally settled. Any person, co-partnership, association, agency, or corporation who shall have any unpaid claims against said contractor for or on account of furnishing of labor, materials, equipment, sustenance, provisions, provender, or other supplies used or consumed by such contractor and/or subcontractor in or about the performance of said work may at any time, up to and including the date of final settlement and payment, file a verified statement of any and all amounts due on account of such claim with TOWN OF SUN- DANCE, Wyoming. Failure on the part of the claimant to file such statement prior to such final settlement and payment will relieve absolutely the TOWN OF SUNDANCE from all or any liability for such claim. TOWN OF SUNDANCE, Wyoming City Hall, 213 Main St. Sundance, Wyoming, 82729 /S/James A. Miller by: James A. Miller Mayor Publish: September 27; October 4, 11, 18, 25; November 1, 1990 PUBLIC NOTICE Notice is hereby given to any person with interest in a 1985 Ford Van VIN 1FDDE 14H9FHC2282: that the afore mentioned vehicle will be sold at sheriffs sale on October 12, 1990 at 10:30 A.M. at the Sundance Trade Center, E. Hwy. 14, Sundance, WY. Sundance Trade Center by: Linda Foster Publish: October 4, I l, 1990 NOTICE ................ Notice is hereby given of an election by the qualified lectors whether or not to continue to impose a 2% lodging tax upon the sale price paid for transient lodging services within the County for the primary purpose of promotion of travel and tourism. Election shall be conducted on November 6, 1990. Eva J. Willey Crook County Clerk Publish: October 4, II, 18, 25, 1990 NOTICE Notice is hereby given of an election by the qualified electors whether or not to impose a .25 mill levy (.00025) upon property in the Devils Tower Conservation District for conservation pur- poses. Electlon shall be conducted on November 6, 1990. Eva J. Willey Crook County Clerk ,Publish: October 4, 11, 18, 25, 1990 WYOMING HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT CHEYENNE, WYOMING NOTICE OF ACCEPTANCE OF AND FINAL SETTLEMENT FCR HIGHWAY WORK NoUce Is hereby given that the State Highway Commission of Wyoming has accepted as completed according to plans, specl- fications and rules governing the same the work performed under that certain contract dated May 17, 1990, between the State of Wyoming, acting through said Commission, and DRM, Inc., a Wyoming Corporation, the Contractor, on Highway Project Num- ber SMP-CM-90-4(94) 141 conslsting of minor grading, removal and replacement of fence and cattleguards, guardmfl modifica- tions and miscellaneous work at three locations on 1-90 between Gillette and Sundance at mileposts 165.68, 172.09 and 178.92, and the Contractor Is entitled to final settlement therefor, that the Superintendent of the State Highway Department will cause said Contractor to be paid the full amount due him under said contract on November 7, 1990. The date of the first publication of this notice is: September 27, 1990, STATE HIGHWAY COMMISSION OF WYOMING By: John M. Richardson John M. Richardson Federal Aid Supervisor Accounting Branch Publish: September 27; October 4, 11, 1990 COUNTY ROAD NOTICE TO ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: The Board of County Commissioners has decided to vacate a road commencing at a point on the Little Missouri River Road #200 In tile SI/2SE1/4SWl/4, Section 33 and running in a northwesterly direction through the SE I / 4SW I / 4, NW I / 4SW I / 4, Section 33, then SEI/4NEI/4, NWl/4NEI/4, NEI/4NWI/4, Section 32 then northwesterly through the Sl/2SWI/4, Section 29, SEI/4SE l/4, NEI/4SEI/4, NWl/4SE1/4, SWl/4NEI/4, NEI/4NWI/4, Section 30 and ending at a point In the SEI/ 4SWI/4, Section 19, Township 58 North, Range 64 West of the 6th P.M. Crook County, Wyoming. All objectlons thereto or claims for damages by reason thereof must be filed in writing with the Crook County Clerk on or before noon on the 7th day of November, 1990, or the road will be vacated as slated herein without reference to such o0ections or claims for damages. Eva J. Willey Crook County Clerk Dated: October 9, 1990 Publish: Oclober I I, 18, 25, 1990 MINUTES OF A ]JOUI,AR MEiINO OF THE TOWN COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF 8UNDANCE, WYOMING October 1, 1990 The Town Council met this day in regular session with Mayor Miller and Council Members Brooks, Hubbard, Hart, and Gill attending. The Minutes of the September I0, 1990 regular meeting were approved as read. The Clerk-Treasurer reported a bank balance of $50,367.46. The City Engineer reported he has not heard from the Department of Environmental Quality on the application filed for a permit to construct the Eppler water line. Double availability fee will be charged to the Seeley heirs as this is out of the City limits. There will be one tap fee. The City Engineer reported the Vista West Improvece District is having awater studydone to determine how they could bring their water system into compliance with E P A's Drinking Water Standards. One alternative is to hookup to City water. Following discussion Hart moved, Gill seconded, the City could offer to deliver Vista West water at the going rate charged for outside users which at the present time is $2.7 5 a thousand with the City providing the tap and a meter. Carried. David Dick, Crook County Memorial Hospital Administrator, gave the Council an update on hospital and ambulance opera- tions. The Mayor reported he had committed the $500.00 budgeted for Economic Development to go to the Citizens Committee To Preserve Rural Health Care. The Sundance Ambulance Fund has a balance of $10,456.46. The Chlefof Police, Hospital Administrator, and EMT, Frolan- der, will meet and decide on specifications needed for the new ambulance. The Chlef of Police will be in charge of writing up the specifications, advertising them, distributing them, and asking for bids. Bids will be opened at the December 3 regular Council meeting. Due to budget modifications, the City will not be purchasing a used dump truck this year, but will be purchasing a used snow plow and hitch. The Mayor reported the drop in gas tax revenue, is due to the closing of RC Off Company and delinquent monthly payments from the state. Discussion was held on annexing businesses west of town. The Mayor asked Floyd Carr to do an appraisal on some land the City Is interested In purchasing from the Highway Department for future expansion of their lagoon or landfill. The Mayor reported Randy Fall Is requesting an Economic Development Loan. This request will go before the Economic Development Committee. The Maintenance Foreman reported the City water has been chlorinated as a precautionary measure. The water line coming from the hard water well has been severed. Other comments and reports were given. The Land Use Planning Commission approved a buiding permit for the Turf Bar for rerooflng the building and for an addition. There were no adjustment for the month of September. Hubbard moved, GHill seconded, to approve payment of the bills in the amount of $36,335.35. Carried. The meeting was adjourned at 8:45 P.M. (SEAL) Mayor James A. Miller ATTEST: Clerk-Treasurer Lila L. Butts ADDITIONAL VOUCHER LIST FOR SEPBEMBER, 1990 "Chrysler Credit Corp. D Miscellaneous $492.06 *Chrysler Credit Corp. P Miscellaneous 480.89 *Sundance State Bank FED Salaries 1,796.00 *Sundance State Bank FICA Salaries 2,938.48 .*WY Retirement System Retirement 2,154.87 *WY Retirement System Salaries 18.99 ............................................................................ Total $4,355.31 Total Payroll +19,205.76 Grand Total +$23,561.07 * Voucher PaldPrlbr to c0unefl Mdg ...........  '' VOUCHER LIST FOR OCTOBER, 1990 Name Purpose Amount American Express Travel $171.21 American Red Cross Supplies 95.00 AWWA Assn. Dues 120.00 Bearlodge Limited, Inc. Engineer 62.50 Central Life Assurance Co. Health Ins. 2,646.22 Charles Jones Misc. 2.00 City-Clerk Treasurer Petty Cash 32.18 Crook County Dispatch 1,200.00 Crook County Welding, Inc. Supplies 28,.88 Crystal Park Waterslike Trips 296.00 D&R Fire & Safety Eq. Co. Supplies 1,669.65 Dan Nolan Refunds 10.00 Dillon Hardware Supplies I 01.71 Doreen's Delivery Service Supplies 9.00 Fisher Sand & Gravel Co. System Repairs 103.92 Glen Canfleberry Refunds I 0.00 Hanes Chemical Toilet Softball Toilets 170.00 Hartl Electric System Repairs 93.50 Hazel Moore Utility Deposit Refund Henryetta Bill Utility Deposit Refund Hughes & Dumbrill Attorney J & D Precast, Inc. Supplies J.W. Rollins Utility Deposit Refund Kate Donaldson Estate Utility Deposit Refund Kathy Davis Refunds Law Enforcement Equip. Co. Uniforms Marcus & Joyce McClanahan Utility Deposit Refund 25.00 Marilyn McLaughlin Refunds 10.00 Mercoid Division System Repairs 139.18 Metz Beverage Co., Inc. Supplies ' 588.65 N.A. Nelson Construction Utility Deposit Refund 50.00 Northwest Pipe F/Rings Supplies 150.67 Petersen Lumber & Grain Supplies 390.20 Peterson Gas Co. Propane (Heat) 201.00 Peterson Gas Co. Propane (Fuel) 141.05 Ralph Goodson Refunds I 0.00 Robert's Repair Vehicle Repair 134.29 Servall Towel & Linen Supply Janitor 15.00 Sharps' Hardware Supplies 10.50 State of WY Telephone 5.76 Sundance Equipment Equipment & Maintenance 141.65 Sundance Food & Fuel Gas (Fuel) 774.68 Sundance Texaco Equipment & Maintenance 66.00 Top Office Products Office Supplies 4.93 Tracy Motor Co. Supplies 245.47 Tri-County Electris Assn. Street Lights 16.60 Trl-County EIectrlc Assn. Street Lights 1,024.18 * U.S. Postal Service Postage 72.34 Western Business Resource Copy Machine 28.36 Western Stationers Office Supplies 41.68 Whispering Pines Janitor 70.00 WY Assoc. Chiefs of Police Supplies 25.00 WY Workers CompensaUon Workers Comp. 272.64 Total $12,774.28 Total Payroll + 0.00 Grand Total $12,774.28 King Louis XVI popularized the cultivation of potatoes in France by wearing potato flowers in his buttonhole. NOTICE OF SUBSTANTIAL COMPLffrION CROOK COUNTY PUBLIC LIBRARY BOARD In accordance with Wyoming Statutes, the Crook County Public Library Board hereby announced that it intends to make final settlement with MAC Construction, P.O. Box 9041, Rapid City, SD 57709 theconstruction of the Crook County Public Library Addition, 122 N. 4th, Sundance. Wyoming 82729. for the Crook County Public Library Board on the forty first (41) calendar day after the first publication of this legal notice, providing that all conditions have been met: this date being October 16, 1990. Final payment is now due the Contractor in accordance with the terms of the contract. Said final payment will be made on the 21 st day of November, 1990, said date being the 41st day after the publication of this notice. Publish: OctOber 1 I, 18, 1990 NOTICE OF SHERDeF'S SALE ON EXECUTION Accordance to Wyoming State Statute #I-21-601 the following property will be sold at sheriffs sale November l, 1990 on the front steps of the Crook County Courthouse at I0:00 A.M. The property may be seen by contacting the Crook County Sheriffs Office. 1. Curtis Mathes 13" color T.V., Mode] #H1330MA, Serial #13603780 Made in 1982. 2. Colt Colteer 4-22, .22 Semi Auto Rifle With Bushnell Sportvlew 4X15MM Scope, No Serial Number. 3. L.C. Smith Double Shotgun Monogram Grade 12GA. En- graved, Serial #RE106542. 4. Winchester Roiling Block, Pat. Oct. 7, 1879, 32-40 Cal. Serial #22793. 5. 1927 TWenty Dollar ($20.00) Gold Coin in Bolo Necktie. CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF Ronald H. Pulse Ronald H. Pulse Sheriff Publish: October I I, 1990 NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S S ..A.. E ON EXEC.UTION Accordance to Wyoming State Statute #I-21-601 the following property will be sold at Sheriffs sale November l, 1990 on the front steps of the Crook County Courthouse at I0:00 A.M. The property may be seen by contacting the Crook County Sheriffs Omce. I. GE V.C.R.V.H.S., Made in 1984, Serial #6T5R58618, Model # I VCR5002X. CROOK COUNTY SHERIFF Ronald H. Pulse Ronald H. Pulse Sheriff Publish: October I l, 1990 IMMUNIZATIONS: NOT JUST complications) are adults and FOR KIDS childrenwith chronic heart and Thanks to the breakthrough lung problems, residents of of modern mediclne, smallpox nursing homes and chronic has been eradicated from the care facilities, otherwise face of the earth. Vaccine - healthypersons65yearsofage preventable diseases such as and older, children receiving polio, diptheria and whooping long-term aspirin therapy, and cough are becoming rarer each adults and children with year. Measles, mumps and chronic metabolic diseases (i.e. rubella are not nearlyas deadly diabetes), kidney problems, as they once were. We are all immunosupresslon, anemlaor considerate of protecting our severe asthma. These persons children. But what about our- should contact their physician selves? What about our par- of Public Healtb.,Olllce for in- ent ' "':' + : formation regarj,nelnflu- Each year influenza claims enza vaccine. thelivesofthousandsofpeople The flu vaccine is made of in the United States. Approxi- onlykilledviruses (inactivated) mately 80 to 90 percent of all which are incapable of pro- influenza associated deaths duclng the' disease. While from 1972 to 1981 occurred people receiving the flu vaccine among persons over 65 years 20 or 30 years ago often expe- of age. In 1988 influenza/ riencedunpleasantsideeffects, pneumonia was ranked the this is no longer the case. sixth leading cause of death in Modern manufacturing tech- the United States. nlques allow production of a Influenza ("the flu"} is ares- more purified vaccine, with the piratory disease caused by vi- resultoffewersideeffectstoday. ruses which have repeatedly Flue shots should be given demonstrated an ability to annually, optimally in late Oc- causemaJorepldemics.Typical tober. The peak flu season is symptoms of influenza include from November untll April. Flu an abrupt onset of fever, sore shots must be given everyyear throat, cough and muscle for two reasons: First, protec- aches. Some people develop tions tends to decline over the serious medical complications course of a year and secondly, following influenza infection since influenza viruses fre- 50.0 such as bronchitls, pneumonia quently undergo changes, the and non-respiratory problems, vaccine given one year may not 50.00 High-rlsk groups (those person provide protection against new 733.33 with the highest chance of strains which could circulate 00,0.oo [ ._... _ .C0mmunity--] 25.00 For more information on in- fluenza and influenza vaccine, I ||_|n ] contact your physician or the 7.5O I0.00 =t ,, + ' Crook County Health Office at 110.95 Moorcroft 283-I 142. The Crook County Public Several classes are scheduled Health Nurse will be available to start in October on the in the following locations: Moorcroft campus. They are: Beulah: October l I - 1:30 to painting scenery with animals 3:00 at Margaret Blakeman's taughtbyNewcastle artistAnna home. Lou Anderson. The class will Hulett: October 17 - 9 to 12 'meet for two Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m, on the 12th and a.m. at the Senior Citizens 20th of October In the el- Center, and November 5 from ementary school. 1-4 p.m. at the Clinic. Sundance: October 24 - 9-12 Basic and corrective horse- a.m. at the Senior Citizens shoeing, Voy Cox, instructing, Center and November 7 from will meet in the high school, I-4 at the Public Health Office. Monday, October 22 from 7-9 Moorcroft: October 31 from 9- p.m. The calligraphy class, 12 a.m. at the Senior Citizens taught by Malka Bestel, will Center and November 14 from meet from 6-9 p.m. in the Community Education Build- 1-4 p.m. at Moorcroft Clinic. Ing Friday nights starting Oc- 4,4,4,, tuber 12. All of these classes lII----,[[ are for college credit earned WW '=qU through Eastern Wyoming College at Torrlngton and held r--  qk on the Moorcroft campus, o'4"4'4 There are also many non- by Frank Themes credit classes such as soft Supervisor padded albums, Saturday, NOXIOUS WP-ED FROST October 13 from 9-12 noon; DAMAGE  interior decorating, Tuesday, To spray or not to spray, what October 23 and 30; wood- is the answer. This question working in the Moorcroft High may be on a lot of people's School, Monday, October 15 at minds. 7 p.m.; and Jewelry making and Recent freezing temperatures, aouthwest t-shirt classes all day and the light snow cover has Saturday, October 20. put In doubt the feasibility of If you are interested in anyof spraying noxious weeds. these classesorwouldlike more Weeds such as Leafy Spurge, information, please call Marg- Canada Thistle, and Field aret Hall at 756-3367. Bindweed, tough perennials as they are, the upper part of the temperatures freezing, In order to be and expense of spraying is the plants first. should still have a look, not the yellow-reddish frost damage In the case of snapp off a number and if there is an latex (milky white you can be assured cation of chemicals futile complished is the into the root system, The 1990 spraying history, and will be+ individually as sharing for this have any questlons, I the office at 1321 Sundance, or call 2375. SUN]DANCE Monday, Oct. 15 Burrltos with chili, pineapple milk. Tuesday, Oct. 16 Salad bar or cheese, peanut wich, pears, milk. Wednesday, Oct. Pizza, corn, pudding  milk. Thursday, Oct. 18 Salad bar or g sandwich, tomal c and celery sticks, milk. Friday, Oct. 19 Hot beef sandwich' potatoes, fruit salad, Senior Menu HULETT Sunday, Oct. 14 Turkey/dresslng, potatoes, corn, sauce, roll, pumpkiI11 Tuesday, Oct. 16 r4tbatls & crnb6rry mumnm carrot cake, orange J Wednesday, Oct. Grilled ham & soup, wax applesauce, plums. Thursday, Oct. 18 steamed cabbage, muffins, plums: Friday, Oct. 19 Polish sausage, steamed cabbage, apricots. Sunday, Oct. 14 Fried chicken, toes, green beans nana mold, bread roll. Monday, Oct. 15 Meatloaf/cheese beans, corn pudding, fruit rot cake. Tuesday, Oct. 16 Chicken/noodles, slaw, biscdits, Wednesday, Oct. I Swiss steak, potatoes, roll, ding. Thursday, Oct. 18 Polish sausage, wheat bread, peas, Friday, Oct. 19 Fried fish, green pears, hot roll, SENIOR SUNDAN Monday, Oct. 15 Beef stew, Jellied cheese, roll, a Tuesday, Oct. 16 Pork chops, carrots, pears, roll, dlng. Wednesday, Oct. I Meatloaf, ach, perfection pumpkin pie. Thursday, Oct. 18 Roast turkey, sweet potatoes, salad, cinnamon cocktail. Friday, Oct. 19 Potato cheese burger/bun, corn, orange whip. Look to Placing a classified unwanter gold. It's easy, inexpensive.