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HOTICK or rum, u; TJHU.S'1'BK'S SALE XII. « At written request of Weld C o u n t y Uank, IcKilI holder of promissory note tmed J u n u u r y 3 a. llltiy. . oxccutcd bv Jerry L. ·SVIIson and Anita K Wilso imynhle, w i t h Intercut. In the PrllldlMll sum nf t l l . S I H M I O to welil County Bank. secured by de«d of t r u s t of even (lute recorded In Book t!(M. under Itu- centlon N u m b e r 1526201 vf the rftcords In the office of the Clerk and .Recorder of the County of Weld and Slide of Colo- ratio. which'dced of U'USt by t h i s reference Is incorporated herein, because of the d e f a u l t or said maker* and alt persons claiin- JIIK by, through or under tmld makers, in payment by said Instruments required principal and interest due and payable on de- niand and election of Kald holder to declare the entire debt d u e and payable, u n d e r power of (tale contained in said deed of trust, 1 will sell at 10:00 o'clock in the forenoon on J u n e 1C, 1P70. at the Kast front door of the Weld C o u n t y Court House in Groeley, Colorado, to the highest and best , bidder for cash to apply on debt and costs, and d e l i v e r t h e purchaser a 1 certificate 62- 53' West rmri-hase therefor, the property convoyed by said deed of trust. to-«'lt: All of that part of tho South Half (S!i) ot the Northeast C i u a r t o r ( N K ' i ) and of the North 3-lalf N'/.) of the Southeast Q u a r t e r fijlS'/i) of Mention 8. Tmvnship 5 .North, RailKC (16 ·\Vest of the 6th P.M., Weld Oiunty, Colorado, lyintf North Mill West of the f o l l o w i n g described line: Commencing at the Northeast Corner of said Section S. and eonsiderlnsr the East I-ilie of said Section 8 to hear due South, mul w i t h all o t h e r bearines de- BcrilxMl herein being: relative t h e r e t o : thence South aloiiff the Kast Line of said Section 8 a d i s t a n c e of 2,05!).59 feet to the T.'lUli POINT OF BEGINNING; thence AVesI 234.13 feet; t h e n c e North 152.9 feet; thelH-e South 85' 13' 10" West 61 feel: t h e n c e N o r t h 74* 59' "West 518 then'ce South ? · 41' 20" West B;ii feet: thence South 35* 50' 40" West 4 1 2 feet: thence South 51" 01' 10" West 110 feet; t h e n c e Kouth S41 f e e l : theni-e South 68' 02' 40" West 510 feet: thence South 76 thom-c South 33* 4 6 ' 40" West t h e n c e South O n ' 21' 10" Kast t h e n c e South 13* 06' East 79 then'ce South 63* 19' 50" East 140 f e e t ; thence South 26* 2 i kast a distance of 329 feet more or less, to a p o i n t on the Kouth Line of the North Half (N14 ot the Southeast Q u a r t e r (SE',i) of sail! Section S. said point beliiK llin t e r m i n u s of the aforedescribed 'ft'iGKTHKR w i t h '" ensc- nienl for InRrcss and cerpss to said parcel of land t w e n t y feet In w i d t h commencing: at n point 234 1:1 feet West a n d 152.9 feet N o r t h of t h e t r u e p o i n t of b c K l n - r i l n u of said parcel, and c o n t l m i I I I K I m m e d i a t e l y a d j a c e n t on the S o u t h e r l y and Easterly sides of said b o u n d a r y Line h e r e i n b e f o r e described by metes and h o u n d s in U s null-Ply, a n d p n r H l l i - 1 thereto: subject to an easement rc- KM-veil bv J e r r y I.. Wilson and .Anlla E.'Wilson In deed "f t r u s t rVcor.led In Unok nH. u n d e r Uo- · · e p t l o n X n m b c r 1626201. V e l d r n u n l y Records, described as f n l - ln\v*- ' an easement for access purposes t w e n t y foot I n w i d t h j T l e,i, rU ou"'uio i "sou',hor'; 1 v y Side nf t h e f o l l o w i n g described l i n e , mid p a r a l l e l t h e r e t o : eommcnc- Intr at t h e N o r t h e a s t Corner of · aid Section S. and eonslderlup t h e KHSt Line of wald b e c t l o n 41' AVest 255 ri HI.H; IVOTICR Weld C o u n t y . Colorado will accept bids for one piclpll) at the Finance u f f l v one piclpll) a ce u n l l l May 16. 1970. at y:00 a.m. at which time th« bids will be opened at the of. flcft of the Weld " ' '" of Commissioners, F u r t h e r I n f o r m a t i o n may be oh tallied from the Chief Accounting; office at the Weld C o u n t y Courthouse. The BourU reserved th* rig-ht to reject any or all bids, to waive any Informalities in bids, and to ncuept the bid that, in the opinion oC the Board is lo the best interest of the Board and of tlie County of Weld. State of Colorado. Daied this 30th day of April. 970. WELD COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS ·By G l e n n K. Bllllnjcs, Chairman The Greeley Dally Tribune. " y 2, 8, 15, 1976 Translation of English in Toyko Amusing and Often Frustrating A'll'NUH OP PUBI.IC MAMS M». 7 STATJS OK COLORADO ) COUNTY OF W10.LD )"' Whereas, David r\KK8, also k n o w n as David Lee Brigys. and 'j, llrigrsrs whose address Is Hox 251;-A, fc'ort Lupton, C o u n t y of "Weld, Stale of Oolo- nulo. Kranlors by deed of trust dated the KHh day of February. 1P6II, and recorded in the office of the C o u n t y Clerk and Recorder of Weld County, Colorado, on February 18, 19tifl. in hook COO it Reception No. ]527i72. conveyed hi the P u b l i c TriiRtce of naid Wold County, Colorado, the fol- l o w i n g dcfjcHbcd premises s i t u a t e in the C o u n t y of Weld, Stale of Colorado, t o - w i t : Lots 1 and 8, in Block 9. AKISTROCRAT UANCH- ETT138 INC. SUBDIVISrOX, according to the plat thereof of record f n Hook ! of Maps, 1C8. Weld C o u n t y Records: in t r u s t to secure their promissory note of even date w i t h said .Iced of t r u s t for the p r i n c i p a l 4U111 of J15.500.00) F i f t e e n Tli on sand Five H u n d r e d a n d i -- D o l l a r s payable to the u r d e r of Carl Schneider and R u t h SI Schneider, due. sixteen years a f t e r t h e d a t e thereof, w i t h i n t e r e s t at six per cent per an- n u m , p a y a b l e m o n t h l y as is more p a r t i c u l a r l y set forth In said Deed of Trust, reference to w h i c h is hereby made for greater c e r t a i n t y , and Whereas, it Is provided in «H.id deed of trust t h a t in case of def a u l t in t h e p a y m e n t s of said n o t e nr the interest thereon when clue, or the payment of the taxes snid premises, that the hold- · TOKYO (AP) played host to the 19(i4 Olympics and other international conferences, Tokyo today appears more like a world city. But government officials fear that, language-wise, it remains an intricate maze to foreign visitors. For one thing, an official maintains, Tokyo is a city of 'everything coming out upside down.!' A snack bar operated upstairs is named "The Cellar," while a restaurant in the basement is called "Tops." The root problem is the Japa- lese's difficulty with the English language -- a difficulty that, depending on one's sense o f ' h u m o r , can lead to frustration or hilarity. A telephone directory compiled by the editors of an Eng- , of said n o t e may elect t leclare the said note due and er p a y a b l e : a n d Whereas, d e f a u l t has bee m a d e by said grantors in t l p e r f o r m a n c e of the c o v e n a n t s and c o n d i t i o n s imposed upon t h e m by I he t e r m s and condi- t i o n s c.f s;iid deed of t r u s t , in t h i s t o - w i t : That said srrantors h a v e f a i l e d to pay p r i n c i p a l and I n t e r e s t w h e n due. and t h a t p a y m e n t s have been made sal'rt N o t e anil Deed of Trust shire A u g u s t IS, 1!)69. contrary to the t e r m s of said Note and DL-CM! of T r u s t , a n d Whereas, t h e lepal holders of s n i d n o t e a n d indebtedness h a v e f i l e d w i t h t h e undersigned P u b l i c Trustee in and for "Weld County Colorado, n o t i c e and demand t n hoar ' K o u t h , a n d w i t h n i l o'ther"beariuKS described herein bHiiir r e l a t i v e t h e r e t o : t h e n c e S o u t h alone t h e T'.asl I n " of u u l d Section S. n dls- l a t i c f of 1.S83.11 ft**I to the t r u e dl.iunco of -j.T4.sr f r e t to o i n t of t e r m i n u s of *nin t h e of t n . t to thf ilr'l n c r r m h i 578. ""flfr n H578S2. \ in \ v r l t l . a n i l elci-lliiK «urli t " n e r l u r o wlioli- liHlolitcilncus srcnrcd hy P said'VieeVr'of ^triist. cine and p a v a h l e a n d d e m a n d i n g t h e sale o f ' said premises described ii .said deed of t r u s t . N n w Therefore, n o t i c e is hcre- hv (riven, t h a t p u r s u a n t to said n o t i c e of election ami d e m a n d , arid u n d e r a n d h y v i r t u e of t h r a u t h o r i t y vested iu me by warn deed o f ' T r u s t a n d t i l t h e r e t o . " ' AValtcr a n . ..hlic Trustee in a n d for C o u n t y . Colorado, will sell 'described l a n d ; for rush, at p u b l i c st d i l r e e l e y . . I h e h l f f h e s t lildder, a t t h e or of t h e C o u r t House in . C o u n t y of Weld. Slate, of ' 1!"TO. at \ c l ,, C o u n t y W,U,r 1.. R a i n P u b l l o Trusto** In Ann for til* C o u n t y nf A\ cln and State of Onlorailn f r . Jl»y ». IP. --. ??. . l u n f . 5. Cnlorado. on J u n e - . . 10-00 o'clock In the f o r e n o o n for the purpose of p a y i n g said note, i merest, t a x e s , a t t o r n e y ' s fees if :inv. a n d all expenses of t h i s sale, 'and w i l l R i v e to the p u r - ehiiser t h e r e o f a c e r t i f i c a t e of p u r c h a s e t h e r e f o r as p r o v i d e d lij " p i t t e d . Greeley. Colorado, M n j ''iS^VlS^B 1.V AND K l i n \VKtM COr.XTY. COLOK A O O . T l i p ' l J r p e l p . v Daily Trll.mir. I .Mny 1ft. --. -i 1 . .'iin« 5. '-l t ) l ( 1 Fresh Hearing Aid B«tt«rlei Gilbert Rexall Stores. --Adv. rrni.ic NOTICE or S I ' K C I A l , S C H O O L MOM) KI.ECTIOS SCHOOL uisTiiiCT xo. n VKLU C O f X T V , C O L O K A D O TO UK 1 I K I . I I H!-"liUBY G I V E N * t h a t p u r s u a n t t o l a w \OTICK IS DIs- be held 111 By HISASHI UNO AM«i«ted Press Writer that amused visitors before it was removed six years ago was a big signboard in front of a Tokyo police station: "Good Spot for Having (traffic) Accidents." Tokyo International Airport also had a good example until recently. A sign in the men's room said: "Do Not Throw in Cigarette Butts and Others." Yukichi Fukuzawa, later founder of Tokyo's Keio niver- sity, brought back from the United States in 1800 Japan's first copy of a Webster's dictionary. Ever since, the Japanese have been hard at work trying Horsemanship Group Greeley Trail Dusters Reform, Seek Members The Greeley Trail Dusters, a|practice sessions are also held, [include Keed Timothy, presi- torse drill performance group! Upcoming Is a politick May dent; Mrs. Rex Eaton, vice of youngsters, is presently reorganizing. The youngsters have in the past in this been performing in rodeos and p a r a d e s . T h e organization 20, at which time prospective members are urged to attend. It will be held at the Northern Colorado Savings and Loan Building, mil Street and 10th Avenue. meets monthly, usually Ihc'i New officers have been third Wednesday and drill'elected for the coming year and ! May In, 1970 1'age 7 j Mrs. Jpanie Triola is the Trail ' Duster riding master. Prospective new members contemplating attending the potluck May 20 should contact Timothy at 353-1749 or Mrs. Bob Swetzig at 353-01)11, both after 5 p.m. Desert, rolls and drinks will be .furnished. Major events upcoming for (he group include a gymkhana president; Mrs. Thomas Dunn.jand a trail ride at the end of secretary; and Mrs. Cliff|t n e summer. Morgan, treasurer. Youngsters to be eligible to ride in the group should be be- |the to ride and have their own horse. DUESSELDORF - A theater that opened.here this year has tween 9-18 years of age. be able unusual architecture. The snow- white building does not have la straight line or a corner. to master the language. Eighty years ago British linguist Basil Hall Chamberlain said was shocked at such signboard inscriptions as "Head Cutter" above a barber's shop, and "Extract of Fowl" over an lish language daily newspaper'egg shop. So he wrote an article here includes, for example, an I on "English as she is Japped," ad for a physician: "Specialist) in which he said that the subject in Women"- obviously a gyne-| formed quite an enticing study. cologist. In a- Tokyo department store hangs a small sign: "Not allowed explosive." What is meant is "No Explosives Allowed." A woman tourist was shocked by a sign in her hotel room: "No smokings in bed and no other disgustings conducts." In another hotel the sign at the entrance to the plush dining room reads: "A sports jacket may be worn but no trousers." The management apparently meant to exclude too casual slacks. An example of misphrasing P U B L I C TRUSTEE'S SALE WHHKUAS.'NOLAH A. scuu- MACHISIl whose address is 2931 Race Street. City and C o u n t y of Denver, State of Colorado, by deed of t r u s t il.'llcd the 3rd day of December, l[i(is. which I n t h record , . d in book C03. u n d e r Rcccp- i\"o. ir,2.J722. nf the records . . o f f i c e of the clerk a n d of the C o u n t y of Weld. conveyed in a n d for the t h e tl: Colorado, d u l y Public Trustee ............. C o u n t y of Weld. Colorado f o l l o w i n g described real e s t a t e in t l i e C o u n t y of Weld. Colorado. to w i t : Lots 22, 23 a n d M. In Hall and ,MorKer S u b d i v i s i o n (if Block I fill. in t h e C i t y of Crccley, Which deed of t r u s t was made to stHMire the p a y m e n t nf ( l nc promissory n o t e of even d a l e w i t t i siiid deed of I rust, for the Sinn of Seven t h o u s a n d a m i N o / i o n ($T,OUII.OO) dollars, p a y - Hong Kong's "Far Eastern Economic Review" said recently that the Japanese have not yet (and are unlikely to in the near future) mastered the language of world trade, English. "In fact after years of study on this linguistic problem on business and academic levels," the weekly said, "it seems there is only a handful in the land of 100 million who have mastered English." Japan is plagued by "Japlash," a mongrel melange of Japanese and English, the article said. , . , able to tlie orrler of J o h n e d a l e th t h e r e o n Long before the Christian era, Eastern nations manufactured steel items. A hundred different surgical instruments were made from steel in India by 300 B.C. MITICli T O C l t U I J I r i l l l S C:ise Xo. j j -i 11; i.s K s U i l u l i t .ICJH.X J E H K . M I A S - SJ3X. Di:ce:mcl. AM nerxoiiK l i n v h i i r c l a i m s n t f u m s t f l i » above n.-tiiieil estate a r e r e q u i r e d t n f i l e t h e m f u r a l l i t w a n c c in t i l e Distrk't f u u r t of U'elll C r m n l y . Coluradd. nil or be- fc.r t h e L ' l i t l i d a y , , f ( 1 , - l i . l M - r . i:*7n, nr s a h l c l a i n i K s h a l l be fur- ever barred. A n n I l a u t h I - I x e c u l r i x S - ' l n i t h . I S n h l f t i i l f r . I t u c k e r it V e n a b l e . A t t f i r n e y . v T h e Crecley l l a i l y T r i b u n e . A u r i l M, Jlny ], s. lo. i i l T n . P. Wheeler n f l e r of. w i t h i n t e r e s t .VOTICE OF I'l'll NO. .1 Tltli.STHU'S S.U.K 1C re-!STATI-; OK COLOISA1IU ) at S t'ind'ilictiol,"l,ai b«» ^llco »..,! ° n '^"'boimlilf'l^-nf'ihe election p bound'arleB ul thf rieslEnnlocl « « r U » . or thoae p a r t s t h e r e o f , w i t h i n the District) and tli« v o l h i K I'laces In »R follow*: School Klrctlon I ' r r e l n f t *"' Consists of W a r d No. 1, C i t y i,f C r e c l e y . V o t l w s l''»": l'» r k * 1 " 1 " 1 '··-»"» lsl '""' Srhnnl Klci'lloil J'recliii'l R °' Consists of \ V » r d X". 2. I'' 0 ," 6 , 1 '"' B1 ? u U""i,,. 1'reclnot .Xu«. 1. -. a »"'' *· c "l' °' t " « c l e V o t l n e Place: Cameron .School G y m n a s i u m , fti'honl Election I'rrclnct r e c l n c t s (beinsr t h e e x t e r i o r ir general elcciloli p i c c i n c t i , b o u n d a r i e s of the School the election nrecincts are per i-oiit por an n u m . i n t e r e s t p a y H i i l « m o n t h l y , as iy more p s i r - t i c u l a r l y set f o r t h in said deed of t r u s t , r e f e r e n c e to w h i c h Is h e r M i y inaile for preator crr- t a i n t y , n n i l , · \ V H K H M A S . t h e said N'nlah A. S c h u m a c h e r and all pcntons u l u i m i i i K hy, t h r o u R l i or u n d o r her, h a v i n g def:tultol in the pay- m e n t of p r i n c i p a l ami interest and t n c lepal holder nf s;dd note, liiiviiifir o l c c t n l mi a c c o u n t of .said d e f a u l t lu dt'clare said n o t e , d u e ami payable. NOW THKKEl-'ORR. At t h e w r i t t e n request of, .John R. 1 . Wheeler, t h e leRal holder of said note p u r s u a n t to law, 1, the t i n - HersiKned, P u b l i c Trustee in and for tlie ( . o u n t y of Welt!, Colorado, do hereby pivft notii'e t h a t I w i l l , at the hour of !t::m ('j'cloclc In the forenoon of J u n e 1'. 197U. at t I I P cant f r o n t door (if t h e Cotirthoufie in the C i t y of Greeley, C o u n t y of U'eld, H I M ) llir Stale of Colorado, an]} at p i i h l f c n u c t i r m , t o t h e h i j j h o s l and hest liidder for rash. GIP R a i d described j)i'pi]iip?8. a n d a l l t h e rij?lu. t i t l f i and interest of I he said Nol.ih A. Schumacher, her heirs and assigns t h e r e i n . for tiie purpose of paying the i n del) ted ness secured by said deed of t r u s t , and t h e cost and expeii.ios of e x e c u t i n g t h i s t r u s t , a n d w i l l d e l i v e r t n t h e p n r r h a s p r a c e r t i f i c a t e of purchase as provided by law. Pated a t Greeley. Colorado. A p r i l 15. 1»70. W a l l e r I-. B a i n P u b l i c T r u s t c p i n a n d fm- the C o u n t y of i \\ld. Colorado · Tlif Greeley I t a i l v T r i l n i n p . - A p r i l I T . :!·!. Slay 1, S. ] ii. 1!'70. COUNTY' OK W K L D ' ) \\'h(M'fa.s. Charles Jjcyl l j n t l e r - fion and Barbara ,1. Patterson, whose address is K.KD., Tort l . l i i i l o n . C o u n t y of U'eld, Colorado, g r a n t o r s h y deeds uf t r u s t , one l a t e d December l.'i. 1!!cr and recorded December ^11. l!Hi;, i der deception ^o. M7.S1K;. and a n o t h e r deed of t r u s t d a t e d September ^li, 1!M!S n m l recorded S e n t e m b e r 3d. 1SI18 u n d e r ]leccp- l l u n .N'o. inslllS-l, b o t h I n the re-cords of I l i c Uecorder of I b e C o u n t y of Weld. S l a t e of Colorado, conveyed l o I h e J ' n h l l e Trustee of said Weld Comity. Colorado, t h e f o l l o w i n g descrih- i n t h e C o u n of Colorado. . emlses s i t n a t _ t y of Weld. Slate t o - w i t : ( t i n d e r t h e a b o v e t r u s t dec: d a t e d December 1.".. ]!ti;r,): 'rhe \Vesl H a l f of the S o u t h - ·\vcst Q u a r l c r of the X o r l h west q u a r t e r (\\'\-- S \ \ r l i N U ' U ) ; tho West H a l f of Hie Xorthive-st Q u a r t e r o f t h e S o u t h w e s t Q u a r t e r (W,'. N"\A'U S\\''.i): a n d t h e Southwest Q u a r t e r of the Southwest . . Q u a r t e r ( S W ' i S \ v ~ ' i ) of Sect i o n Kix tti). in T o w n s h i p On« ( ! ) N o r t h . Haime S i x t y - f o u r (ii-1) \\'est of the S i x t h P r i n c i pal .Meridian, subject lo r i p r h t s - H'-\vay, e x c e p t i o n s a n d reser- v a t i o n s now of record; d j ! Sc p t e m l Ihe er 1MV t r n s l dprd d a t e d I O C S ) : V o t i i i R P l a r c : H f K l h J r . jirlionl K l r c t l i t n 1'rt'irliKJl JS °* r i n « l n t » or \Vanl X V o t n i p Place: A r l i n g t o n ISchiMil £leutluii Precinct . S. a t y ^ n f Greeley. School G y m n a s i u m . ' Consists of those p o r t i o n Pi-CL-iiniL Nos '24 and oft " s of O e n c r a l Election w i t h i n t h e D i b t r n . ( t e r r i t o r y comprisinK t h e K v a u s a n d A s h t o n School D i s t r i c t s before merger). VolliiK F'lace: C h a u p e l o w tt est school. *"' Consists of those p o r t i o n s of General Election I'rcclllcl Xos. 3 and » w i t h i n the D i s t r i c t (east of Cily of (Jreeley). V o t i n g Place: East M e m o r i a l E l e m e n t a r y fechunl Klectlou Prvcluct *"' Consists of t h a t portion of G e n e r a l K l e c t i o n Precinct No. K. w i l l i i n the D i s t r i c t ( w e s t ::;IISII^H: ; «b^'» · School. the registered os Li on: BV V I R T U E OK E X E C U T I O N issiipd o u t of ( h o Olftrk's o f f i r f t tin* J ) i s t r i r t 1'tnirl of A i h i i n s C o u n t y a n d Slate r ( " n l n r a i l n , n n d to me (Jirrclcd. w l i c r c h y I n m oinnin.ii(U L (l to make tlie Mini nf Ton Thousand Dollars t $ i n , o i ) 0 . l M ) ) and uu.stH t i f s u i t , t h e a m o u n t o f , a u e r t i i i n .hidKiiient r u f ^ p n t l y o ] - j t a i n c i l H K A i u v t U A X C H KG OK,! INC., in f a v o r of P A U L V. AN*-! DKKSO.V and C I i A K A b. A N D U R - ! SOX, out (T t h e l a n d s , I I M I O - J mrnts, jrnod.s nnd c h a t t r l . - i or t l i n ; BJiid K A X C H KCIGS. IXC., 1 Inivc 1 levied on the followhiR: proucrty.i t u - \ \ - i t : : P A l t C U t j K: T.ot 5. KXCliPT 1 the Eolith 1SO foet of t h e liast ^3fi f f f t t thereof, in Hln«-k 1, UAXCH iccos. ixc. suiiiim- S1OX, F I L I X O XO. TWO. C o u n t y , t ' o l o r a d A t r a c t of l a n d l o c a t e d In t h o S o i i t l n v p s t Q n a r t f r ( S W !.i ) « i t Sci'tinn fi. T o w n s l i l p 1 N n r t h . H:uii;e (M A\ f 4'sl of I h f t H i . \ t ! i r r i n u i n a l - M e r i d i a n . Weld f ' m i n t y , ( ' o l n r n t i n , a n d l i c i n ^ n m r e p a r t i c u l a r l y d e s c r i h e d as f . i l h i u - . ^ : C i ) i i i i t i e r u : i i i K ' a t t l t f S o u t h w e s t C o r n e r (SWCor) of .·=iiid S e c t i o n 0. and c o n s i d e r i n g t h e A V c s t H u e of .said Section r.. t u b o a r X o r t h D O ' O O ' l i n " K a n t , a n d w i t h a l l o t h e r h e a r - in.us c u n l a i i H ' d h e r e i n r e l a t i v e t h e r e t o : T h e n c e X o r t h O O ' O O ' ( i n " K a s t , a l o n p r H I P AVest l i n e of s a i d S e c t i o n 6, 758.SO t'cel to t l i e T r u e J ' o i n l of J J e p r i n n i n p . Thcin-e c o n t i n u i n g N o r t h O U - f l u ' d O " Katil. aloiiff ( h e \Vc-st l i n e of s a i d S e c t i o n H. 20S.70 f r e t ; T h e n c e X o r t h 9 0 " O n ' ( H i " K a s t , L'OS.TO f e e t ; T h e n c e S u u i h dO 8 ( M ) ' 0 0 " \\ r est, ^OS.70 f e e t : T h e n c e S o u t h W O O ' d O " We.si. "OS.70 f e e t l o t h e T r u e P o i n t of l i e f i f i n n i i i E ; . Said t r a c t of l a n d c o n t a i n s l.oo acres, and i.s s u b j e c t to a n y a n d a l l e x i s t i n g 1 e a s e m e n t s a n d r i f f h t s - o f - w a y o f r e c o r d ; i n t r u s t t o secure t h e i r pro mis* W e l d i sory n o t e d a t e d December 15. ' J!H;r f u r t h e p r i n c i p a l s u m o f . . AI!i;i-;l, ;; Lot (1. 1-:XCI-;PT' lOIeven T h o u s a n d . F i v e H u n d r e d t h e South 1S4 feet of Ihe West; and n o / 1 0 0 Dollars paynhle to ^:10 feet t h e r e o f , in l.ilock l . t t h e order of C. A. ]3rcsnahau af- HANCH 7-:OCS. INC. S I ' B D I V l - her I l i c d a t e llnM-ci.f. w i t h i n l c r SION, F I L I N ' O NO. TXVd, W n l d l e s t at six f f i l per cent per a n C o u n t y , Colorado. I mini, p a y a l d e in i n s t a l l m P A I I I I K I . I): I. ol 7 IC.XCKl'T 1 t i i e N o r t h ^:t - « id m t h e i r t e r m i n .such m a n n e r , u i f l f . t h e K i i a n l m a y d e t e r m i n , a n d such m a n n e r , u p o n such t e r n ro v e n a n ts a n d i i R r c e m t 1 t h e U u a r d m a y d e t e r m i T h e p o l l s w i l l l*t u) w i l l be k e p t opmi n No vote for "p :i t h e person o f l . - r i n K the D i s t r i c t . A y e a r s f r o m v e n per c e n t u m (7 ', r ) ii a f t e r t h e t e n t h y e a r r w i t h o u t a p r e m i u m i i s s u e d a n d sold i n · ( m e n t i o n s , w i t h such s u c h o t h e r d e t a i l a s ·il i t i r o f s e v e n a . m . a n d 'ill h e closi-d n i t h e h o u r o f seven p.m. l i s t t h e . p i f s t i o n w i l l l i i . t - r n n t t e d u n l e s s v n U - i s a r e g i s t e r e d i | U i i l f f l e i l e l e c t o r of c K i s t o i v d . n i a l i f i e d e l e c t o r in a n y person w h o is a t least t w e n t y - o n e y a r s o f « f f o , w h . . .- - - S t a t e s a n d w h o h a s · r e s i d e d i n t h e State f o r t u e i n t h e -schdol v k - i - i l i t i p r e c i n c t f o r t l u r l y - t w o i l n j s e d i M K i h e e l e c t i o n , n m l w h o h a s r e g i s t e r e d i n ere'd X ( i u ' t l i f i e d e l e c t o r s w h o d u r i n g t i i e . t w e l v e m o n t h s t h e e l e c t i o n h a v e paid a n a d v a l o r e m school l i i x u p o n t e d w i t h i n t h e DislriH. a n d o w n e d h y t h e m . prcc n e r v «. I u - i t , erson c i l i / f - n o f t h e U n i t e d m o n l h s , a n d i n i n i e d i n t e l y t h * m a n n e r will Lot 7. l O X C K l ' T . _ _ _.. f e e t of Ihe W e s t I S O f e e t t h e r e o f , i n H l n c k 1 . UAXCH KOC;S. ixc. s r n i ' i v i - S'lOX. F I L I N G Xd. TWO, A V e l i l ! C o u n t y , ' o l o r a d n . PA1U-M1. K: L u t 5. in Hlo.-li S. HANOI i locos, INC. s u n i n v i - S10N. l-'l LI NO NO. TWO. AVel.l C i n i i i l y . C u l i i r i i i l i i . i i ( · M I C C l - I--: I , n t 4 . M N P K I ' T ! t h e N o r t h I M I f e e t of I h e A V e j M . ! L':!)i f e e t t h c r e n f , i n l U o c l ; -I. p c r l o K A N i : i l I'ilJCS, I N C . S U I I D I V I - k i n d SION. K I L I X C N O . T W O , A V e l d L l i . - m C o u n t y , Colorado. M I M I S 1 * . \ K ( ; K I '·. Lot P. ill U b i e k -I, t h i s . I : A N O I I I-:C,GS. INC. s i ' i n n v i - l b a V I SION*, !·'1 L I N O N'O. TWO. A\ eld C o u n t y . Colorado. 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If the e l e c t o r is un- a h l e to w r i t e , he nia.\ reiincst sista from one of the judpe.i o f · e l e c t i o n a n d such' j u d p e m u s t sign t h e f o r m a n d w i t n e s s t h * ...,,,...,.,. ,, , . i l | b e p e r m i t t e d I n t h e m a n n e r a u t h o r i z e d bv law A rei-is ered q n n H n c I elec;..r may f i l e or may t n u n e to n t » \ \ . A r e m . i r i ^^ ^^ ^ ^ ^ { ^ m f ft l e t t e r , for on, *"»»V"s nor later tli;in (S I A J such uch ap lu _ w i n plication slating: h! , ent hl« the P i s t r i f t * fore the electio uldress a n d t h e f a c t t h - i t h e d a v of t h e e l e c t i o n ( o r o t h e r w i s e s t a l l n p : t h f t r -isoiis n . r i v i d r d b y l a w w a r r a n l i n R t h e c a s t i n g o f a n n h s e n t e e ha'linn" S i u - h f i l i n g ^ l i a l l bo w i t h .1. L. .Inliansen, Jr., Secretary of t h V ' l H - M - i . t a t i ! i H ' - l i o M l D i s t r i c t A d n . i n i s t r a t i o n O f f i c e . S 1 1 i r l l \ \ ' \ v V t N ' S s \ \ M ! l " K K ' " ! - ' ! t l i e l l n i i r r l o f i - ; ( | i i r f t t i o n of School i s t r i i - t \n. ii.seil rlii April. I H : ' W e l d and Sliitr of imirr-'l hy ] n . ( h i f i 8 t h S I O N . K1L!\(3 XO. TWO. W e l c l i C n i i n t y . r i i l o r a d o . P \ H ( I M , I t Lot S . K X T K l ' T l t i n - S m i t h 2.10 fuc-L i » f Hi.: W e s t 1 I S O reel I h c r o n f , i n i ; i « u - k 1: Lot T., K X C K P T t h e S n n l h I S O f e e t o f t h e west L'ltll f e e t t h e r e - f; a n d Lot 8. M.XlM-'.l'T t h e \V I I I . . d d e r p i n n e a n d f o r , n o t i c e d Tnh- ... f e e t o f I h e S m i t h I S O f e e t ' ^ s a l t h e r e o f : i n Block U : a n d L o t i . i in Block 3; all In R A N C H KGGS. I N C . S C H - OTVTStON. F I L I N G XO. TWO, WelrJ C o u n t y , C o l o r a d o . PAIICKL .Ii Lot 1, in VUork 2; Lots ^. It, 6. 7. nnd S. in J U o e k S: and Lots fi and 7. in Itlock -I: a l l i n R A N C H KGC.tf. INC. S U B D I V I S I O N , F I L I N f J N O . TWO. Weld C o u n t y . Colorado. T H K K I O K O K K . A c c o r d i n g l o said c o m m a n d . I s h a l l e x n o s e f o r sale, a t P u b l i c A U C I H : t h e r t R h t . t i t l e a n d i n t e r e s t o r tin- a b o v e n a m e d K A X O H KGOS. INC., i n a n d t o the_ a b o v e scribed p r o p e r t y , on U i i t h day of .May, 1!*70. a l 10:00 o'clock- A . M . n t t h e K a s t F r o n l Door of t h e \ \ e l d C o i i n t y C o u r t i n C.rerley, C o l o r a d il w i t l i ... Tru.Me.- i n l i l y . C o l o r a d o , n o t i c e a n d d r - a m ! e l e c t i n g t o d e c l a r e le i n d e b t e d n e s s secured deeds o f t r u s t , d u e a n d pa ya l i l e . a n d do ma n d i i i f f the id S. h i « \\ "Id i n s e n . ,'r. n.iaH -T T-Mii^iMnn IHsirin NM. « (Vnnily. Cnlm-Hiln O a l e i i a l * ; r e e l e y . ' n | n r n d ( h i s 2 2 m l day .f A p r i l . 1!'70. i l.y K I l ' I l A C O R M A K T I N K ' / ' I S h e r i f f of _ \ V o l d C n i i i i t y j I .t, A t t » r i i r - y n P l " y I of .vaid premises descrihed in said deeds of t r u s t . NoW, THKUEl-'OKK. nol ice is hereby R i v e n , t h a t p u r s u a n t t o said n o t i c e of election nnd dem a n d , a n d u n d e r a n d h y v i r t u * of t h e a u t h o r i t y vested in mo hy .said deeds of t r u s t a n d the l a w a p p l i c a b l e t h e r e t o . T. W a l t e r L. U a i n . P u b l i c Trustee in and for Weld C o u n t y , Colorado, will sell t h e a b o v e described land and premises for cash, at p u b l i c auc- t i o n t o t h e h i g h e s t bidder, a t t h e K a s t d o u r of the C o u r t h o u s e in Greeley, C o m i t y of Weld. S t a t e of Colorado, on J u n e '2, 197ft at ] f l ; 00 o'doi.-k in t h e f o r e n o o n for the purpose of payiiiK said noie. i n t e r e s t , t a x e s , a t t o r n e y s ' fee. If any. and all expenses of i h i s sale, a n d w i l l K i v e to l h e p u r c h a s e r t h e r e o f a c e r t i f i c a t e n f j , I ' o l n irln ·ii: .if TFji*s'ri-:i-: i.v \\ F , L I n i l ' N T V . to every HUSKY bellringer! Your Zodiac sign elaborately displayed in 22K gold on a 12-ounce glass tumbler...FREE at "new" HUSKY branded service stations. Stop in Leos, Virgos and Sagittarians -- whatever you are under the stars. Get gassed and glassed! Do it now during our big celebration to introduce the HUSKY sign of service to you. Have fun with us in this Age of Aquarius under the "new" sign in our time--HUSKY. Complete your set of 12 Zodiac tumblers... but remember, your first glass is FREE...FREE for popping into a nearby Husky service station. Ring our driveway bells for real personal service, your Zodiac tumbler and instant attention. The stars predict there's a HUSKY in your future ...SOON! Register for prizes, too! GOOD WEAR 4-PLY NYLON CORD ALL-WEATHER IE RAIN-CHECK Because of an expected-heavy d e m a n d f o r t h e s e t i r e s , our stocks may run out. However, \vc will be happy to order your sire a t the a d v e r t i s e d - p r i c e and issue you a rain c h e c k f o r f u t u r e d e l i v e r y o f t h e merchandise. Whitewall $3.50 more BLACKWALLS $ Any of these sizes 7.75x14 · 7.75x15 8.25x14 BLACKWALLS $ Any of these sizes 8.55x15 . 8.55x14 Plus S2.53 to J2.57 red. IT. Tax drpendin on ilie and old tire. Whltewill S3 more Ask about our Easy Pay Plan · Free Mounting'i At All Participating Stations KY

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