14 GREELEY (CtU.) TRIBUNE Fri.. April 1J, i Â·ORSMÂ£ .TM X Â·Y S^ALKD BIDS one 1970 Plymouth Fury I Potfct Special, 4 door sedan, with air conditioning. Staled bids will be opened April 17. It731 7:30 P.M. by tht Evao* Town ioard. s The Town of Evan* reservevthe. right, to accept or reject any or all bids.- Vchicle may be seen by contacting the ;;Evans Police Department. r . The Greeley Dally Tribune J f"March 29, X, 31, April 11, 12, 13, 1973 tHl mtli '- NOTICI OF PIN ALIITTLBMINT Â·-- NO. p ims F-jtatt of Lt*y4 S. KotMtc, trto kntwn M Lloyd Stafford KÂ«*ht*r (Dtcttwtf). Notict it htrtfty iivtn that l havt flrtd my final r*p*rt In Th* Dtstrict Court of Wt4d County, Colorado, and th*T *ny person dtftfrlng to object to me **me shall file written ob|*ctton with th* said court on or btfort April tt, 197J. Mtrdiffl Kothltr Extcutrlx The Gretley Dally Tribunt MÂ»r, 23,30, Apr.*, 13,1*71 NOTICI OF SCHOOL ELECT I OH ' PublIcrrfticeisherebygiventtÂ«tthcrigulirbl*mililKhvÂ«MKttonwfllbtnÂ«Mon iSU! Tuesday May 1, 1973 in School District No. Re-12 at the Khool library, Wild county, i J State of Colorado for the purpose of ejecting two directors who** term of office shall 1 ''-expire May 1977; that each of the following named persons Is * registered qualified ' Â· ' elector residing In School District No. Re-12, and has filed with tnt district secretary a written notice of his or her intention TO bt a caridMatt for tht office of school director, Â· Â·'Â·' thirty two days prior to the election date, together with a nomination pttltton slgntd by ;, i at least fifty or fifteen percent, whichever is less of The registered electors rtsfdtnt in ,,' the director district in which the candidate resides: '"' Namesof Candidates Director District Ttrm Expires ? !',, Melva Jean Porter B May, 1t77 jack Anderson B May, 1977 Â·"'i DeeJ.Shull D May, 1*77 % Any qualified elector In School District No. Re-12 whose name appears on tht Vi registration list of the school precinct in which such person resides shall be entitled to ' vote on candidates for school director at tht regular biennial school election to be held . .-May 1, 1973. . Poles open from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Signtd orvllt Harms Secretary School District Re-12 Â·'Â·'; Date April 2, 1973 L..The Greeley Daily Tribune V.*'Apr. 13,20,27,1973 ' NOTICE OP SCHOOL ELECTION Â· ; Notice is hereby given that the biennial election of the legal voters of School i' District No. Six, in the County ot Weld and state ot Colorado, will bt held Tuesday, Â· - May 1,1973, for the purpose of electing one (1) member of the Board of Education for Â·Â·i.,the term of two (2) years, two (2) members for tht rtgular terms of six (6) years, as Â· provided by law and the question of Increasing the number if School Directors from five '**to seven. Â· Theduly nominatedcandidatesare: TWO YEAR TERM SIX YEAR TERM QUESTION Â·i Maria Arellano Carole A. Anderson Votei'FOR or AGAINST" Donald p. Benjamin Donald E. cook M.D. increasing the number of F. Dale Hammer ( James L. Gossman School Directors from Louis C. Rieker Thomas V. Schmidt Jr. five to seven in School Lydia Ruyle Ellas Tapta District Number Six. Judge denies Frvin request to suppress McCord testimony By BROOKS JACKSON AitocUtcd Press Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - A federal district court judge has refused the request of Sen. Sam J. Ervin to suppress publication, of future lawsuit testimony by The polling places will be open from seven o'clock a.m. to seven o'clock p.m. of said ::,; day. For the purpose of said School Election, School District No. 6 r the County of Weld I,,, ',and State of Colorado has been divided into ten (10) School Election Precincts. The '"Â·^Â·Precincts and Polling Places therein are as follows: '"" School Election Precinct No. 1 Consists of'City of Greeley, General Election Precinct i .No's. 8001-1 B002-1 8003-1 8004-1 8127-1 9156-1 Voting Place: BILLIE MARTINEZ SCHOOL GYMNASIUM School Election Precinct No. 2 Consists of City of Greeley, General Election Precinct No's. BOOS 1 BB09 8810-1 Mil 1 9109 .. Voting Place: MADISON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYMNASIUM School Election Precinct No. l-Consists of City of Greeley, General Election Precinct ~ NO'S. 8812-1 8813-1 8814-1 B815-1 8816-1 9817-1 - : , Voting Place: FRANKLIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MAIN HALL Â» School Election Precinct No. 4 Consists of City of Greeley, General Election Precinct No's. B006-2 8007-2 8010 2 8011-2 8012-2 ,. Voting Place: CAMERON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYMNASIUM School Election Precinct No. 5 Consists of city of Greeley, General Election Precinct No's. aOOe-2 8009-2 8013-2 8014-2 8015-2 Voting Place: OUR SAVIOR'S LUTHERAN CHURCH . School Election Precinct No. i Consists of City of Greeley, Central Election Precinct . NO'S.80I6-3B017-3801B-38021-3 1 Voting Place: ARLINGTON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYMNASIUM : v.School Election Precinct No. 7 Consists of city of Greeley, Central Election Precinct . - No's. 6019-3 8020-38022-3 8023-38024-3 8025-3 8026 31120-3 , .Voting Place: JACKSON ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Â· School Election Precinct No. 8 Consists of those portions of General Election Precincts Â·-Â·: listed within the District (territory comprising the Evans t, Ashton School District .. .before merger.) B027-4 8028-4 8029-4 8M6 , Voting Place: CHAPPELOW WEST ELEMENTARY SCHOOL GYMNASIUM Â·'-'- School Election Prtclnct No. 9 Consists of those portions of Genertl Election Precincts :';Â· listed within the District (East of CITy of Creeley) 8118 8126-3 9110 .. Voting Place: EAST MEMORIAL ELEMENTARYSCHOOLMAIN HALL School Election Precinct No. 10 Consists of those portions of General Election Precincts v listed within the District. (West of City of Greelty) 1818-2 7719-2WOS 9804 Voting Place: GREELEY WEST HIGH SCHOOL BAND ROOM The qualifications of electors are as follows: A registered qualified elector who is at least eighteen years of age, a citizen of the United States, who has resided In tht statt three months, and who has resided in the school election precinct thlrty.two days immediately preceding the election at which he offers to vote. Melvin L. Foxhoven Secretary of School District No. Six The GrÂ«ii,b.llv Tribune QuntyofWad.ndSl.t.otCOIor.do April 13,19,26,1973 STateBankNo.M! CONSOL1 DATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF HEREFORD STATE BANK Of HEREFORD jn the Stateof Colorado and Domestic Subsidiaries at the clost of business on March 28, ; ?. ASSETS , tCash and due from banks (including $1,207 J7 unposted deposits) j 141,361.23 t -;U.S. Treasury securities 339,829.88 Â» '"Obligatlansof Stntesandpolitical subdivisions 10,000.00 1 -Federalfundssoidandsecurltlespurch*sÂ«dunderagrÂ«mentstortstll ... 200,000.00 Other loans 924.173.B2 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises .-....; -.... 20,319.91 Otherassets 34,242.83 TOTAL ASSETS . i1,4Â«MÂ«.67 1 LIABILITIES Demanddeposlts of Individuals, partnerships, and corporations 5H.417.34 'Time and savings deposits of individuals, partnerships, 1 1. and corporations 645,942.63 Deposits of United States Government 7,435.89 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 239,697.27 Certified and of fleers' checks, etc 3,882 91 TOTAL DEPOSITS. $1,477,376.11 (a) Total demand deposits S 629,584.67 (b) Total time and savings deposits S 847,791.44 Other liabilities ..................................................... 26,6W 05 TOTAL LIABILITIES ................................................ i1,5M,065.U RESERVESON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans 123.19 " ' 165,039.32 " 83,000.00 30,039 32 (set up pursuant to Internal Revenue Service rulings)...' vi. TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES * t CAPITAL ACCOUNTS - Equity capital, total ' ~ Â· Common stock-total par value "JSJOOu.OiJ No. shares authorized 5,200 No. shares outstanding 5,200 Surplus Undivided profits TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS tl.MtKtf MEMORANDA ~ Averageof total deposits for the 15 calendar days Â·--- endinq with cal i date 1,359,730.06 * Averageof total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with cal I date 921.603.46 l, Leo W. Idler, Ex. vice Pres. Cashier, of the above-named bank, do solemnly swaar that this report of condition is true and correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. Correct-Attest:LeoW. Idler C. L. Hal lock Delia M. Coon Bennie o. coon Directors State of Wyoming, County of Laramle, ss: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 5th day of April, 1973, and I hereby certify -t that 1 am not an officer or director of this bank. 'Â· My commission expires March 14, 1977. * Esther L. Noyer, Nortary Public. ( S E A L ) The Greeley Dally Tribune April 13,1973 Call No. 415 Charter No. 15375 National Bank Region No. 12 REPORTOF CONDITION, CONSOLIDATING f DOMESTIC SUBSIDIARIES, OF THE SOUTH PLATTE NATIONAL BANK OF LA SALLE In the Stateof Colorado, at thecloseof business on March 28,1973 published in response to call made by comptroller of the currency, under title 12, United States code, section 161. ASSETS Cash and due from ban ki U.S. Treasury securities Obligations of other U.S. Government agencies and corporations '.'. Obligationsof Statesandpolitical subdivisions 427 530 04 Other securities Loans '...'..'.'.'.'.'.'.' Bank premises, furniture andf ixtures, and other assets representing bank premises B4,386 91 Real estateownedother than bank premises 32,000*00 ...S 425,349.10 ... 174,726.00 80,000.00 70,600.00 5,036,954.83 Otherassets TOTAL ASSETS !! i LIABILITIES 48,561.09 Â· i U Demanddcposits of individuals, partnerships, and corporations $1,344,420 24 Â· i id Timeandsflvingsdepositsof individuals, Â· , n partnerships, and corporations 2 291 393 25 Â· f r a Deposilsof United States Government '..'. ' 66*96090 ' Â· Â» Deposits of States and political subdivisions 979 026*56 .' TM Certified and officers' checks, etc BO nn K j . ly TOTAL DEPOSITS '"""w.Vw.Wl'.Bi" Â· , in (a) Total demand deposits 11,609,619.11 Â·. ta (b) Total timeandsavinqsdeposits 53,152,652 71 |' M Federal funds purchased andsecurities sold under Â· ' , K agreements to repurchase Â·, 100 000 00 ., zj Liabilities for borrowed money vn'm'vn Â·IS Other liabilities 21624183 ' Â· VJ TOTAL LI ABILITIES iSBl^OvTsJi ! ' r ~ RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES ---; -,' J Â·Â· Reserve for bad debt losseson loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) s 67 648 32 .,-! TOTAL RESERVESON LOANS ANDSECURITIES $ '6776405 ' ci CAPITAL ACCOUNTS : -- Â· r l Equity-capital total 470,36810 , Â· f i Common Stock-total par value j 175,000 oo . | ?." No. shares authorized 35,000 . f " No.sharesoutstanding 35*000 ; J: '- Sur P' us '.'.'.'.'.'.'".'.'.'...' 175,000.00 i, Undivided profits 120 3*8 10 . I, TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS " J7u,36e'lu TOTALLIABILITIES, RESERVES, " ; -- Â· | 'Â·Â·Â· AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $6 3Â« 107 97 ' 11 MEMORANDA ' ' . . t . J Averageof total deposits for the 15 calendar days .' t l". ending with cal I date 14,893,558 80 , i, Averageof total loans fur the 15calendar days ', ^ - ' ending with cal I date Includes loans redlscounted $5 OW 063 46 |i * I. Marian M. Peppier, Vice Pres. A, Cashier of the above-named bank do hereby . J;' declnre that this report of condition Is true and correct to lhÂ« best of my knowledge and Â·, L/ -*i belief. 1 ,4Â«fer4 Marian M, Peppier '. * ;* v" w *' Itl0 undcr Â» | 0 ned directors attest tht correctness of this rtport of condition and , l i!;*i d " t * r *' tna ' " h8 * t"*n examined by ui and to tht bnt of our knowledot and btlltf Is ,' Â£2r*trufl nod correct. f Â»** H. F. Mar Kus MtV RobtrtV.S*ndau ' . * ! Eugtntl.tonkltwlct The OrÂ»*iÂ«v bally Tribwit Â·Â· DIrtch * 8 . Apfll I*; 1973 NOTICE IN THE DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF WELD AND STATE OF COLORADO Civil ACT MnHt.23tt2 INTHEMATTEROF THE DETERMINATION OF ) INTERESTSINPROPERTYOF ) ALBERT M. DARLING, ) also known H ALBERT ) MORTIMER DARLING ) Deceased, ) THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO: To: Willard M. Darling, Duane M. Darling, Eda E. Darling, to all other persons who are or claim to be heirs of said decedent, and to all persons interested, GREETING: TAKE NOTICE that a petition has been filed in this cause alleging that tht above decedent ditd leaving the following described property: An undivided one-fourth CAth) Interest In and to the SE'/, of Section 23 and the WW of the SWV- of Section 24, Township 6 North, Range 65 WtSt of the 6th P.M., Weld County, Colorado. That the petition namas tht abovt persons as the heirs of decedent and tht present owner of said property. You are notified to answer said petition within 20 days after service of this notice on you (if served by publication within 20 days after tht list publication of this notice) and in default of an answer, tht Court will proceed to hear the matter as provided by law. Dated at Grttlty, Colorado, this 5th day of April, 1973. MARYM.CONNELL Clerk of said Court By: Gltnna Carter ( S E A L ) Deputy The Greeley Daily Tribune Apr. 13,90,97, May 4,1973 SUMMONS INTHE DISTRICT COURT. CIVIL ACTION No. 13174 STATE OF COLORADO, ) ) SS. County of Weld . JOSEPH E.WILLIS, ) Plaintiff } vs. ) GERTRUDE HURST; The Heirs 1 of Gertrude Hurst; MRS. } HARLOW J.CLARK, aka Mrs. ) H. J. Clark; JOSEPH B. HURST, akaJotB.Hurst.-LOTTIE ) WELTY, aka Lottie M.Welty; ) TheHeirsotLottieweity.aka l Lottie M. Welty; AVIS W. ) BEAGLES; BUELL J. WELTY; ) and all unknown persons who ) claim any interest In tht subject ) matter of this action, ) Defendants ) THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO, TO THE DEFENDANTS ABOVE NAMED--GREETING: You are hereby summoned and required to file with the Clerk an answer to the complaint within M days after service of this summons upon you. If you fail so to do, (u'dgment by default will be taken against you for the reliefdimanded In the complaint. If service upon you is made outside the State of Colorado, or by publicalon, or if a copy of the complaint is not served upon you with tnii summons, you art required to tile your answer to the complaint within 30 days after service of this summons upon you. This is an action, to quiet 'itle to thr following described real property, to-wit: The East Malt (EVi) of section Eight (8, Township Seven (7) North, Range Sixty- two (62) West of the Sixth P.M., Weld County, Colorado. Dated March 29, 1973. KAROWSKY.WITWERS, OLDENBURG Attorney for Plaintiff. 3158thand 8th Building Greeley, Colorado 80*31 MaryM.Connell Clerk of said Court. By Glenna Carter Deputy Clerk ( S E A L ) TheGreeley Daily Tribune Apr. 4,6,13,20,27,1*73 Watergate burglar James W. McCord Jr. U.S. District Court Judge Charles Rkhey ruled Thursday that such an order would violate the independence of the court and the public's right to NOTICE OF MHTINQ The Alms College Commute* will meet Monday, April U, 1*73, *t 9:30 e.m; In Room 2M of the General Studies Building, 5401 W. KMh Street. Greelty, Colorado. TheGretley Daily Tribune April 13,1973 NOTICE OF PUBLICTftUSTEE'f SALE No. 100 STATE OF COLORADO ) )SS. COUNTY OF WELD .. ) Whereas, RICHARD L. FORCE and SANDRA K. FORCE whose address is 1218 Park' Lane Drive, Aurora, County of Adams, State of Colorado, grantors by deed of trust dated the 31st day of March, 1970, and recorded In the office of the County Clerk and Recorder of Weld County, Colorado, on April 2.1970, in book 613 Reception no. 154475V conveyed to the Public Trustee of said Weld County, Colorado, thi following described premises situate in the County of Weld, State of Colorado, to-wit: The Southeast Quarter (SE'/Â«) of Section 24, Township 1 North, Range 66 West of the 6th P.M., Weld County, Colorado, Except the south WOfeet thereof and Except that part of said SE'/ subdivided as Nelson Subdivision and Except the South 60 feet of tract described herein, which strip of land is reserved as a right of way for road purposes, and Except the coal and other minerals underlying the tract described herein. AIM Except herelrom the following described tract located within the above described tract of land: Beginning at the NE Comer of the above described tract, thence West along the North boundary thereof 400 feet, thence South at right angles 200 feet, thence East at right angles to a point on the East line, thence Northeasterly along the East line to the point ot beginning, in trust to secure their promissory note of even date with said deed of trust for the principal sum of Eight Thousand Nine Hundred and no/100 (M.900.00) Dollars payable to the order of GEORGE E. NELSON with interest at B per cent per annum, 'payable monthly as is more particularly set forth in said Deed of Trust, reference to which Is hereby made tor greater certainty, and Whereas, it is provided in said deed of trust that in case of default In the payments of said note or the Interest thereon when due, or the payment of the taxes on said premises, that the holder of sstd note may elect to declare the said note due and payable; and Whereas, default has been made by said grantors In the performance of the covenants and conditions imposed upon them by the terms and conditions of said deed of trust, in this, to-wit: That said grantors have failed to pay the principal and Interest when due as En said note provided, and Whereas, the leqai holder of said note and Indebtedness has filed with the undersigned Public Trustee in and for Weld County, Colorado, notice and demand In writing, declaring such defaults and electing to declare the wnoie indebtedness secured by said deed of trust, due and payable, and demanding the sale of said premises described tn said deed of trust. Now, Therefore, notice is hereby given, that pursuant to said notice of election and demand, and under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by said deed of Trust and the law applicable thereto, I, Walter L. Bain, Public Trustee in and for Weld County, Colorado, will sell the above described land and premises for cash, at public auctton to the highest bidder, at the East door of the Court House in Greeley, County of Weld, State ot Colorado, on May .8,1973, at 10:10 O'clock in the forenoon for the purpose of paying said note, interest, taxes, attorney's fees if any, and all ex. penses of this sale, and will give to the purchaser thereof a certificate of purchase therefor as provided by law. Dated, Greeley, Colorado, March 23, 1973. Walter L. Sain PUBLICTRUSTCEIN AND FOR WELD COUNTY, COLORADO The Greeley Dally Tribune Mar. M, Apr. 6, 13, 30, 27, 1*73 free speech and free press. Ervin heads a Senate unit investigating the Watergate wiretapping and other political espionage. He argued in an April 9 letter to Richey that McCord'ft testimony should be sealed to prevent "premature public release" and to avoid Â·"unfair public implications of persons in criminal activities who may be innocent." McCord is scheduled to begin telling what he knows soon about the Watergate burglary and related events to lawyers representing the Democratic and Republican parties in suits arising from the case. Unlike McCord's previous tes- NOTICE OF PUBLIC TRUSTEE'S SALE 102 STATEOF COLORADO ) ) ss. COUNTY OF WELD ) Â· Whereas, Wilbur H. Bailey end Beatrice M. Bailey, County of Weld, State of Colorado, grantors by'dttd of trust dated the 3rd day of September, 1971, and recorded in the of tree of the County Clerk and Recorder of Weld County, Colorado, on September 8, 197), in book 633 at Reception No. 1574748, conveyed to the Public Trustee .of said weld.,County, Colorado, the following described premises situate In the County'of Weld, State of Colorado, to-wit: Lots Nineteen (19) and Twenty (20) In Block Thirteen (13), in the Town of Frederick. Â· in trust to secure their promissory note of even date with said deed of trust for the principal sum of EIGHT THOUSAND FIVE HUNDRED ($8,500.00) Dollars payable to the order of Morris Sydow after the date thereof, with Interest at seven (7) per cent per annum,-payable In in- stallmcnts of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) due on the third day of each month, applied first to Interest and balance to principal. AND WHEREAS, the said note was duly endorsed and assigned by Morris Sydow on December 21,1972 to George H. Wilson and Irene F. Wilson, and Whereas, it Is provided In said deed of trust that in case of default In the payments of said note or the Interest thereon when due, or the payment of the taxes on said premises, that the holder of said note may elect to declare tht said note due and payable; and Whereas, default has been made by said jrantor in the performance of the covenants and conditions imposed upon them by the terms and conditions of said dted of trust, In this, to-wit: That said grantors have failed to pay the lioo.OC payments being due In December 1972, January 1973, February 1973 anrt AÂ»Â« cn 1973. and . Whereas, the legal holders of said note and Indebtedness have tiled with the undersigned Public Trustee in and for Weld County, Colorado, notice and demand in writing, declaring such .defaults and electing todeclare the whole indebtedness secured by said deed of trust, due and payable, anddemandlng the sale of said premises described In said deed of trust. Now, Therefore, notice Is hereby given, that pursuant to said notice of election and demand, and under and by virtue of the authority vested in me by said deed of Trust and the law applicable thereto, I, Walter L. Bain, Public Trustee In and for Weld County Colorado, will sell the abovi described land and premises for cash, at public auction to the highest bidder, at the East door of the Court House in Greeley, County of Weld, Stateof Colorado, on June 12,1973, at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon for the purpoK of paying said note. Interest, taxes, attorney's fees If any, and all expenses of this sale, and will give to the purchaser thereof a certificate of purchase therefor as provided by law. Dated, Greeley, Colorado, April 5, 1973. " Walter L. Bain PUBLICTRUSTEE IN AND FOR WELD COUNTY, COLORADO The Greeley Daily Tribune April 13,20,27,May4,11,1973 tlinony before a federal grand jury and Ervin's Senate committee, the lawsuit depositions will be made public as soon as transcripts are ready. This could be within a few days. . Ervin's committee, engaged in staff investigations, has yet to schedule a start for its promised public hearings. McCord had planned to hold a news conference before release of the lawsuit testimony but Thursday his lawyers called it off. One of them said it was because Ervin objected. Qualified sources have reported that McCord, in his grand jury testimony, said he had received $3,000 a month to keep quiet, and that other defendants received $1,000 a month. He reportedly said the money came from Mrs. Howard Hunt, wife of another of the Watergate conspirators, and that she told him it came from Kenneth W. Parkinson, an attorney for President Nixon's re-election committee. Mrs. Hunt died in a commercial plane crash last December. . Parkinson was present in .court Thursday, representing the Republicans in the civil actions. He again denied McCord's reported allegation, and argued strongly against sealing McCord's future testimony. "If ever a deposition in a civil case ought not to be under seal it is that of James McCord," Parkinson said. Almost shputing, he went on, "I say, your honor, Mr. McCord has made false statements ... He has made malicious statements to my knowl- edge; I say';he has made defamatory statements to my knowledge." Judge Richey, in' turning down Ervin's request, lectured that noted constitutional authority on constitutional rights. He said the First Amendment's guarantee of free speech and a free press outweigh the committee's reasons. Richey said to grant Ervin's request would be "a violation of the canons of ethics and the rights of parties to a fair trial without outside pressures or influence. 1 will not tolerate this from anyone." Ervin denied the committee was trying to interfere in the court case' and said there was "no justification" for the judge's remarks. WITH THE 25" WIDE-SCREEN CONSOLE COLOR TV FROM SYLVAN IA Â· Sylvania Color Bright 100TM color picture tube -- 25" diagonal screen ' TAA Â· Sylvania Gibraltar 90 Chassis ... 90% solid-state Â· Automatic Fine Tuning control Â· P6RMA-LOCKTM . . . the anti- goof color system that never forgets. Â· Sylvania Instant ColorTM Â· Solid-state high voltage multiplier Â· Plug-in transistors for service ease Â· Variable Tone Control and 6" oval speaker Â· Contemporary styling in a slim line cabinet of Walnut grain finish on hardboard.. $40095 ' ^J W w/l only oa 'IRSCH, SALES-' -SERVICE 718 10th fl St. 352-2005 NOTICEOF ELECTION As secretary of the Aims College Committee..! hereby serve official notice that the Aims College Committee has divided the Aims Junior College District into voting prtcincts, boundaries as described by general election precincts, anil voting locations' as included herein in accordance with Colorado Revised Statute 123 Article 23-13. AIMS DIRECTOR DISTRICT NO. 1 District 6 (Greeley) School Precinct No. 1. Consists of City of Greeley, Gentral Election Prtclnct Nos. 8001-1, 8002-1, 8003-1, 8004-1, 8127-1 and 9126-1. Voting Place: Billle Martinez Elementary School, 341 14 Avenue, Greeley. School Precinct No. 2. Consists of City of Gretlty, General Election Precinct Nos. 8005-1,8809, 8810-1 and B8ii-i. voting Place: Madison Elementary school, 24th Avenue 5th Street, Greeley. School Precinct No. 3. Consists of City of Greeley, General Election precinct Nos. 6812-1, 8813-1, 8814-1, 8815-1, 6816-1, and 9817-1. Voting Place: Franklin Elementary School, 808 35 Avenue, Gretlty. School Precinct No. 4. Consists of City of Grtelty, General Election Precinct Nos. 8006-5, 9007-2, 8010-5, 8011-2, and 8012-2. Voting Place: Cameron Elementary School, 1424 13th Avenue, Greeley. School Precinct No. 5. Consists of City of Greeley, General Election Precinct Nos. 8008-2, 8009-2, 8013-2, 8014 2, and 80152. Voting Place: Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 1800 21 Avenue, Greeley. :School Precinct No. t. Consists of City of Greeley, General Election Precinct Nos. 8016-3,8017-3, BO 18-3, and 8021-3. Voting Place: Arlington Elementary School, 9th Avenue 6. 23rd Street, Greeley. Â·School Precinct No. 7. Consists of city of Gretley, General Election Precinct Nos. 8019-3, 8020-3, 8022-3, 8023-3, 8024-3 8025-3, 8026-3, and 8*20-3. Voting Place: Jackson Elementary School, 2002 25 Street, Greeley. School Precinct No. 8. Consists of those portions of General Election Precincts listed within the District (territory comprising the Evans and Ashton School Districts before merger) 8027, 8028 and M29. Voting Place: Chappelow West. Elementary School, 1100 37 Street, Evans. School Precinct No. 9. Consists of those portions of General Election Precincts listed within the District (east of City of Greeley) BUB, 8128-3, and 9110. Voting Place: bast Memorial Elementary School, 20th Street and Balsam, Greeley. School Precinct No. 10. consists of those portions of General Election Precincts listed within the district (west of City of Greeley) BB18,8819,8805 and 9804. Voting Place: Greeley West High School, 2401 South 35 Avenue, Greeley. AIMS DIRECTOR DISTRICT NO. 2 District Re-1 (LaSalle-GilcreM-Plalfeville) School Precinct No. 1. Consists of General Election Precinct No. 8119. Voting Place: LaSalle Town Hall. School Precinct No. 2. Consists of General Election Princinct No. 8120. Voting Place: Gilcrest Town Hall. School Precinct No. 3. Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 8121,8122, 8)15, 8901, Bsoa and 8806. Voting Place: Plalteville Town Hall. District Re-2 (Eaton) School Precinct No. 1. Consists nf General Election Precinct Nos. 9103. 9105, 9106. 9107, 9108, 9109 and 9110 and also described as the boundaries of Re-2 School District in Weld County. Voting Place: Junior High Complex Band Room in Eaton. Dtstrict He-4 (Windsor) School Precinct No. 1. Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 9804, 8605, 8B06, 9801, 9M2, 9803, 9105, 9106, 9108, and 9109. also described as the boundaries of School District, Re-4. Voting_Place: Torer Primary School. District Re SJ (Johnstown MitTiken) School Precinct No. l. Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 8807, 8806, 8808 and 8B05. Voting Place: Roosevelt High School, 616 North Second Street, Johnstown. District Re-7 (PlalteValley) School Precinct No. 1. Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 9103, 9111, 9912, 9113, 8120,8119, and 8118. Voting Place: Those north of the South Platlc River at the old Science Room in the South School Building in Gill; those south of the South Platte River at the elementary gymnasium tn Kersey. AIMS DIRECTOR DISfRICVNU.3 District Re-3 (J) (Keenesburg-Hudsoo Prospect Valley) School Precinct No. l. Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 9114, 9001, 8120 and 8121. Voting Place: Hudson Fire Hall. School Precinct No. ?. Consists nf General Election Precinct Nos. 9001 and 9113. Voting Place: Keenesburg Town Hall. School Precinct No. 3, Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 9002, 9001, 9113 and that area formerly known as the Sunnydale School District No. 22. Voting Place: Prospect valley Elementary School. District Re B(Fort Lupton) School Precinct No. 1. Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 8123 and 9117. Voting Place: Leo Wm. Butler Primary School, Fort Lupton. School Precinct No. 2. Consists of General Election Precinct Nos. 8121, 8)22, 9115, and 9116. Voting Place: St. William Catholic Church, Fort Lupton. AIMS DIRECTOR DISTRICT NO. 4 District Rc-9 (Ault-Highland) School Precinct No.). Consistsof General Election Precinct No. 9104. voting Place: Community Hall, Nunn. School Precinct No. 7. Consistsot General Election Precinct No. 910S. Voting Place: Town Hall, Pierce. School Precinct No. 3. Conslslsof General Election Precinct No. 91M. Voting Place: Hloh School, Ault. District Rc-10(J)(BrlggsdalR) ' School Precinct No. 1. Consistsnf General Election Precinct No. t)03. Voting Place: Ro-10 (J) School Auditorium, Brlggsdale. District Re-l (j) (New Raymer) School Precinct No. 1. Consists of General election Precinct No. 9101. Voting Plact: Prfllrle High School, Now Raymer. DKIrlclRe.l7(Grovfr) School Precinct No. 1. Comtstsof General Election Precinct No. 9102. Voting Plact- Pawnee High School Library, Grovar. The election will bt held on May 1,1973, to elect onellx^year term Committee member representing Alms Junior College District No. 1 (Public School Dlttrlct 4) In accord met with Colorado Rtvistd Sfntutr 1Â« 13-10 (1) (h). Tht f tec Hem will commence and polls will be open a) seven o'clock a.m. MDT and conclude with polls btlng ctotd at itvtn o'clock p.m. MDT. Margaret C. Houlchtns, Stcrtlwy AlmbJunlof-CQllttt District Tht drttiiv bally Trlbuht 353-4445 50th Ave. 20th St. Highland Nurseries,^ Improve Your Surroundings Shade trees add beauty plus healthy comfort to your property See Our Selection Of Shade Trees, Fruit Trees, Evergreens, Roses, And Flowering Shrubs Make your choice now while selection is plentiful. Pickup your Lawn and Garden FREE CATALOG OPEN SUNDAYS 1:30-5:00 P.M.
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