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Sundance Receives M, NUTES OF A REGULAR MEETING OF THE TOWN COUNCIL THE SUNDANCE TIMES Sundance, Wyo. Dec. 18, 1969 $632 in State Sales Tax Money A total of $356,130.93 in staCe sales tax money has been distrib- uted by the Wyoming Depart- ~nent of ~tevenue to cities, towns and counties. The taxes were col- ~]eeted on October returns filed ~vi~ the department. From the distribution, Sun- dance received $623.81; Moor- croft $567.43; Hulett $230.06; and Crook county $1800.88. Other area figures were Gil- lette $15,333.05; 'UptQn $1140.09; Newv.astle $4046.43; Campbell county $9770.17;and Weston county $2197.47. NEW Mr. and ~Mrs. Vance Grubb, 'Manila, Utah iMr. and Mrs. Ed floss, `Billings, ~Mont. Omar Butzer, St. Paul, Minn. Carl D. 'Peterson, Sundance Stewart Ensign, Moorcro~t ~Irs. Dan Kryaninko, Weirton, W.V. Pat Neiman, Miami, Fla. RENEWALS L. P. ~cRann, Hulett Gerald ,Mahoney, Alva Georgia Crago, Sundance Mrs. Rose `Brown, Toppenish, Wash. W. R. Dillinger, ~Moorcroft Marialys Shelden, 'Belle Fourche Eric Huseby, Hulett Wayne Wolff, "Belle Fourche Eddie Meisner, Sundanee R. W. Sorensen, ~undanee Fred Case, Sheridan Paul myers, Sundance Conrad Ellslmry, Aladdin Robert Zimmersehied, Laramie Mrs. Frank Somers, dVloorcrofl Homer Holmes, Powderville, ~[ont. Edwards ~athews, Sundance I~rley Rathbun, 'New ~laven Wynee's Press Clipping Bureau, Livingston, N. J. Typewriter ribbons at The Times OF THE CITY OF SUNDANCE, WYOMING December 1, 1969 The Town Council met this day in regular session, there being present Mayor ,Gerald Popham, Councilman 'Bill Durfee, Glen Wyatt, Rex Dillon and Patterson Keller, City Marshal L. ~. ff-Iarness, City Com- missioner Allan Edwards, CRy Attorney Cecil 'Hu~hes and City Clerk Phyllis McLaughlin. __ The minutes of the last regular meeting ~were read and approv- ed. The report 'f~r the month of November showed receipts as fol- lows: Cigarette Tax $899.01, Sales Tax $605.79, License $1.25, Fines $5.00, 'Sewer and Wa.ter $2,845.65 His. $53.0(} Water ~eter ,DeposRs $30.00. Expenditures from Che appropriated budget were as follows: S~laHes & ,Wages ................................................................................... $1,613.64 Light & Power ................................................................................. 248.73 General Operation .................................................................................... 217.20 Streets & AHey ............................................................................................. 504.04 Fire Ec~,uipment ............................................................................... 28.45 Now Equipment .................................................................................... 2,100.00 dVIeter rRefunds ............................................................................................ 70.00 G. O. Water ,Bonds & Int ........................................................................... 9,610.25 Sower & Water Expense ................................................................ 538.14 Fire ,Prevention Bond & ,Int ..................................................................................... 2,400.00 City ,Park .................................................................................................... 300.00 'City Du,mp ......................................................................................................................................................... 88.00 Proposed ordinance on regula~ting over-snow vehicles was read by City Attorney Cecil Hughes. After some discussion, motion was made ~by Wyatt, seconded by Dillon tha,t no person under the .age of 15 years shall drive upon the streets within the town. ~Motion car- ried. Ordinance No. 2; 1969: An ordinance defining over-snow ve- hicles; providing for the limited use of over-snow vehicles within the Town of Sundan,ce; .providing for regulation thereof and for penalties for ,violation. Whereas an emergency is rhereby declared to exist, this Ordin- ance shall be in full ~force :and effect, from and ~fter the date of its passage and approval. Passed, adapted and approved this 1st day of Decembe]; 1960. `Barry _Ncc~rdi:n.o and hRobert Thorne, members of the Sundanee `Booster Cl,u,b, requested ,that the council consider sponsoring a drive for a ,community swim,ming pool. ,Richard IMa,cy, .member o,f District One School `Board, and Kenneth Canfield, member of the Wyoming Recreation Commission, discussed ~vay to set up the program. The council agreed to set tLp a recreation district in coopera- tion with the sch~xl district for the purpose of investigating avenues of ~inancing a pool and for ~pplying 'to ,the "Bureau qf Outdoor Recre- ation for additional :funding. Plans and specifications o pools in the ,area were reviewed. Information for setting up a recreation district will be available for the January meeting of the council. In other ~lmsiness, a request was heard from ~he Wyoming Highway Department to replace the right-of.way fence in ~he area of ,the Silver Creek ,gravel pit. The counei,l agreed it would ,be best to ~lmi.ld a new ~ence and leave Che old fence as R is. .Motion by Wyatt to contact the Roberts C(mstruetion Co. o 'see if they would be inierested i'n building t~he fence. Seconded by Keller, motion car- ried. ~Iayor ~opham appointed a special committee consistirtg of Rex Dillon and Glen Wyatt to study the preser~t sewer charges and will report whether or n~ the present city sewer charges need revising. The Law Enforcement Committee consistiag of Glen Wyatt and Bil'l Durfee ,are to report on the need of resigning Park Avenue and SouC~h Third Street. Santa sends his love and so will you - when you give the loveliest gifts of all. ut rate " stmus Eve- To Make Her Christmas Gay Give: Skirts Slips Nighties Nylons Blouses Car Coats Sweaters Belle Fourche, S. D. A request by H. E. Carlson for a meter deposit refund was rejected as there is no record that Carlson l~ad made a personal me.ter deposit. Motion by Wyatt, seconded by Durfee to reject the request. ~otion carried. City Water Commissioner re,ported that royaRy paid city by the Wyoming ~igl~way Department :from 10-20-69 through 11-20-60 amounted to $483.96. Total .to date received $3,896.47. No .further business, meeting adjourned. ,Gerald W. Popham, ~ayor ATTEST--(S~L) Phyllis McLaughlin, City Clerk. ....... pull some taffy and knit a sweater and bake a cake and paint a picture and make some fudge and write a check and drive for miles and walk for blocks and wrap the packages and clean up the mess and fall in bed exhausted .s.ss ~ls ... you could RELAX and ENJOY Christmas shopping at the store of your favorite appliance clea,lerl He can sell you an electric WASHER, an electric TOASTER, an electric RANGE, an electric HAIR DRYER, an electric RAZOR, an electric FAN, an electric REFRIGERATOR, an electric MIXER, an electric RADIO, an electric TELEVISION, an electric lamp, an electric FRY PAN, an electric DRYER, an electric KETTLE, an electric DEEP FRYER, an electric STEREO, an electric FLOOR POLISHER, an ELECTRIC VACUUM CLEANER, an electric TOOTHBRUSH, an electric CARVING KNIFE and an electric BLANKET. We've left a few dozen more off this list.., but your dealer has them, too. This Christmas give Electrical gifts. OFFICES: SUNDANCE, WYO.