Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 30, 1977 · Page 23
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· · iv · Mor... May 30. 1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE 23 .-;«u;-'-.' ; -USi ... . ~* ~JSsaB4aBM*,TT;i'Sffi ·' ... ·riv.rar.i^v .-. ..,' . ; . - : -.."ifS-sttfta. 1 : ^aF^^ayts^j!#.- - v * as y a * g * sqi ^^ ". The town that moved Denio used to be a small dusty Oregon bordertown, · but in 1950 residents decided to try changing their luck and the town seceded from the state and moved a few hundred feet south, across the border into Nevada. (AP Wirephoto) Move didn't help town change its luck DENIO.Nev. AP -Nearly 30 years ago, the 20 or so citizens of the dusty, delapadated desert town of Denio, Ore., tired to change their luck by moving the town a few hundred feet south, across the border into Nevada. But it didn't work. The gambling boom-town Harrison Grove and his fellow townspeople envisioned never materialized, and dust settles on the poker chips in Denio, Nev. Would-be gamblers on their way to Winnemucca or Reno drive right on by. The dry little town's population didn't grow, even after the first electric power lines reached there in 1961. Jim Meredith, his face as weathered as the dust-blown buildings of Denio, says he's been "vacationing" here for four years. But there aren't many others. Once in awhile, says Howard Murrah, who owns the Dia- mond Inn Bar, there's a big card game in Denio. But its just as easy to find an illegal game up north, in Lakeview or Burns in Oregon. Mostly, the people who stop in Denio want gas'and beer. It's at least 150 miles to the nearest town, and they sell Coors beer in Denio. The popular brand isn't sold in Oregon. Harrison Grove, who spurred the town's move southward in 1948, is dead. Most of the slot machines he and the others brought with them also are gone. They weren't very popular. And all that's left of old Denio, Ore.,, is a battered shack. "You've seen it?" asks Daisy Sherburn, who's lived all of her 78 years in the stark Denio country. "The wind can't even blow it over," she says. "Too many places for the wind to blow through, I guess." NOTICE TOCREDITORS Estate Of ABRAHAM SILBERMAN, Deceased. C.I.No. P.HSII All persons having.claims against Ihe above-named estate ara required to present them to the undersigned or to the District Court of Weld County, Colorado, on or before September IS, 1977 or said claims shall be forever barred. Lena Sllberman Personal Representative The Greeley Dally Tribune May 23, 30, June 6,1977 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Eitate of mary Dough man, Deceased Case No. P-HMI All persons having claims against the Estate of Mary Doughman, Deceased, to present them to the undersigned or to the District Court of Weld County, Colorado, on or before September 15, 1977, or said claims shall be forever barred. Robert Eugene Doughman Persona! Representative of said estate WALDO AN D WALDO, Attorneys The Greeley Dally Tribune May 16, 23,30,1977 ON VACATION FOR FOUR YEARS --Ex four years -- on vacation, he says. And so far Alaskan Jim Meredith has been in Denio for- no Denio jackpots.-(AP Wirephoto) Sfory and photos by the Associated Press PART OF THE LANDSCAPE -- Skulls on a fence in downtown Denio, Nevada, contribute to the town's stark and elemental beauty. (AP Wirephoto) '-·'- : : » ^^^^"·Vy^SX^^'^s'SPr7.43p. '«»..;..'^"i*? WW*?·? : % *y VLLTHAT REMAINS--A weatherbeaten post office is all that remains of Denio, Oregon, in 1950, the 20 or so citizens of the dusty desert town in the southeastern part of Oregon moved a few hundred feet south, into Nevada. (AP Wirephoto) NOTICE OH PUBLIC HEARING BEFORE THE PLANNING COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF EVANS, COLORADO NOTICE Is hereby given, pursuant to the City of Evan* Charter and Subdivision Regulations, Ordinance No. 79J, that the Planning and Zoning Commission of the City of Evans, Colorado will hold a Public Hearing on the l£th day of June. 1977, commencing at 7:30 p.m. in the Evens Municipal Qulldlng, 3700 Golden Street, to consider and ad upon the application Hied to subdivide the following property: A PARCEL OF LAND LOCATED IN THE SOUTH HALF OF THE SOUTHEAST QUARTER SVi St'A OF SECTION 19, TOWNSHIP 5 NORTH, RANGE 65 WEST OF THE 6TH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, TOWN OF EVANS, WELD COUNTY, STATE OF COLORADO. BEING MORE PARTICULARLY DESCR1 BED AS FOLLOWS: COMMENCING AT · THE SOUTHEAST CORNER SE COR. OF SAID SECTION 19.THENCE NWMfl W. A DISTANCE 334.17 TO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. IHbNCE ALONG THE FOLLOWING COURSES: S79 W W W , A DISTANCE 26S.BO FEET, N 6803*0 W, A DISTANCE 2IS.40 FEET, S Bi 11 20 W, A DISTANCE 137.56 FEET, S 69 22 20 w, A'DISTANCE 22s.« FEET, s 25 24 20 W, A DISTANCE 164.72 FEET, S 89 59 56 W, A DISTANCE WM FEET, N 00 37 57 W, A DISTANCE W9.96 FEET, N 87 59 50 W, A DISTANCE 887.03 FFFT, N 00 37 57 W, A DISTANCE 155.57 FEET, S 89 53 31 W, A DISTANCE 659.0.5 FEET, N 00 39 U W, A DISTANCE 6W.33 FEET. N B9 47 01 F, A DISTANCE 13tB.« FEET. S 6! U 24 E, A DISTANCE 130B.8B FEET, S005443E.ADISTANCE993.64FEET TO THE TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING. THE ABOVE DESCRIBED PARCEL CON TAINS i2.4M ACRES. All persons In any manner interested In the proposed subdivision may be present andmaybeheard. Be It also known that tha text and maps of such proposed subdivision may be examined In the office of the City Clerk In the Evans Municipal Building, 3700 Golden Street, Evans, Colorado. Ray Phillip*, Chairman Planning and Zoning Commission Cltyof Evans, Colorado The Greelcy Daily Tribune May 30.1977 CITYOF GARDEN CITY PUBLIC NOTICE Pursuant to the laws of the State of Colorado and the ordinances of the city of Garden City, Colorado; Donald J. and Carole L. Olson dba Leonardo Da Vino's/ on May l, 1977/ applied for a Beer and Wine License. (Restaurant). If granted, said license is to be exercised at Leonardo DaVino's, 615 26 Street, Garden City, Colorado. The Liquor Licensing Authority of the City of Garden City, Colorado will hold a public hearing on said application on June 7, 1977, 7:00 P.M. in the meeting hall at 2714 6th Avenue, at which time and place any interested person may be present and be heard. Any petitions or re- monstrances pertaining to the grant of said license may be filed at the location of the city clerk. Dated this 1st day of May, 1977. TheGreeley Daily Tribune May 28, 30, 31, June 1, 2, 3,4,6,7,1977

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