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FORUM, TnumdJw, July 25, 1968, pap 2 , , ,, , PUBLIC NOTICES IN THE DISTlffCT COURT IN AND FOR THE COUNTYOF MONTI3SE AND STATE OF COLORADO C, tvU Act/onNo. C-I0157 SUMMONS MAURICE COTTER AND ANNA COTTER, Plalnt/fflb vs. eASEL R. CONE; MRS. SAMUEL I CONE, adm lawn as ESTELLE H. CONE, and as ESTELLA H. CONE; SANUEL R. CONE; THE GLEN INVEST IqT ngwn COMPANY, indite|ant Board of directors as Trustees br Sherlde ad Credtors,.)'. W. KET EL, S. B. MORRISON, F. , E. HALLEN, SELMA KI/ITEL, C.M. Me" CUTCHEM: M. L[ESKE; CHAR4 LES E. MILLHOLLIN; JENNIE L. MILLHOLLIN; EFFIE S. C AMPBELL; CHARLES M. CAMP3ELL; MARY CAMPBELL MAL; NONA CAMPBELL; NANCY C AMP ELL" COLO- RADO COLLEGE; ROS CLUB OF COLORADO SPRNG SAL- VATION ARMY OF COLORADO SPRINGS; FIRST NATIONAL RANK OF COLORADO SPRINGS, Tmetee named In the 11 of Nownm M. Csrnpbe11, Deceeeed; DALE L. JONES; MARY ELLA ION E$; ALLIED CONCORD FINANCIAL CO RPOR ATION %Djd *.war e% io trn ez/y ALLIED ILEING CREDITS. INC.;AND ALL UNKNOWN PERSONS O CLAIM ANY INTEREST IN THE SU3JECT MATTER OF 2"HIS ACTION. Deftndent s. THE PEOPLROF THE STATE OF COLORADO, TO DEFEN- DETSArOVE NAMED, GREET- IN G: You are hereby lummonedmad requlred to Sle wilh the Clk an answer to the omo|alnt lh- in 20 daa after eelv|e Of this sumraons upon you. I f you f.ai so to do . Judgment by default /11 be taken against you fDr the teller dernendedin the oomplaint. It service upon you Is made outs/de o t .the : tare or Color*do,. or oy pumzcanon, orlt aco1, or the OOmplalnt benot eervedupml you vdth thls summons)you are required to S|e your answer to the mp|e|nt wit h In 30 dsye after service of this summons up you. This is m action to quiet the t/tle to the follo/ng deathbed real estate locatedin Montl'oee County. Colorado. tO-w/t: A tract of lind in WIA SEt/ Of Secl/on 8, Townsh/p 46 North, Range 15 West. New M e0d co P nclp al Me4 d[  des e/bed as beglnrng at the norlheaet corner of SW% SE of sdd Section 8 thence South O0 o 36' West' 40.0 feet, thence West ,270.0t r thmceIrth 07 27' East 590.5 feet, thence South 85 15' East 200.0 feet, thence So O0 0 36' West 169.0 feet to the northeast coer of SW% SE/ ol s'dd Section 8. mid the point Of benr/ng, in Monfi- ms e Court ',, Colorsdo. DetedMay 21, 1968. PETRIE, KING. KOODROW & ROUSHAR By Victor T. Roushu, Attom lar P| alntltf a P. O. ox 327 Montage, Colorede 81401 249-4531 NOTE: Thte eummona ie ieaed pursuant to Re 4. Colorado Rulesof Civil p*oca. Puahed ]tme 27, Ju/, 4, II, 18 & 25, 1968 "' " ' Published July 25, 1968 IIH I I I I I II i I be SURE... L_ bring your BANKAMERICARD, next prescription to us ! .... k J ,,,,oox NIEWS "Inflation is when you Mr. and Mrs Carl Tucker never had it so good or so left the LOs Angeles Airport briefly." July I0 and . met their son Tom at International Airport NUCLA-NATURITA FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT ELECTION NOTICE The Nucla-Naturita Fire Protection District will elect on Aug- 13, 1968; One Director to fill out 4 years of a six year term. One Director for a terra of 6 years. Polling places will be the Nucla Fire House and the Naturita City Hall and will be open from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. onthe 13th day of August, 1968. "[heodore S. Daniels Secretary-Treasurer Published ]u|y 25, Agust 1 & 8, 1968 BLlte allowed tot e Town of Natuflta st he/r regta meeUngheld the 9th dw of July, 1968. General Fund C/en Gerde- ............... -hl .............. $ 35.$9 Eugene Barnes- ........... ---- Deputy msreh,Jl- ........ 20.00 Arm-, Cotter- ................... Librml m ...... 27.00 Arlhu r Gram ................ L abo- ................. 2.00 amee Gray ................. Labor- ............ -- --.--.114,72 en Mle| Power Aas'n.- .............................. 184.69 Nucl Notuta Tel hone Co.- ......................... 11.75 Adages Ofllce uppIy .......... SuIles .............. 47.35 C & C Auto Parts ............ Ulies ................. -13.98 G. A. Thompson ............ -SuIUm ............... 5.60 Natuto C-ner Repdr Shop- ..... WeIn. ......  ......... 5.00 Colorad State Patrol ........... Rso /epal- .......... 20.75 Netuto S,/es Co,- ........... Gas & O11- ........... 103.79 WIUiwn s, Inc.- ............... -SuIlles- .............. 204.64 Nancy WLk e- ................ lk ................ -.. $11 96.5O Water Fund Eugene Barnes- ............. -Water Com..ulaalorusr- -- $ 395.61 Natuta Sdee CO.- ........... Go & 011- .............. - 14.93 Sen Mla.te/ Power Asa's. .............................. 304.90 W1Uiam s, Inc.- ....... , ........ gqplle s ............... 3.58 Smith Chemled Co.- ........... Buppltes .............. 118.50 Nancy Wldk er- ............... Sal ............ - .... ---.hA.0 $ 879.62 Nancy Wdket Town O.e Punished July 25, 1968 NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT A BIENNIAL ELECTION FOR THE NATURITA SANITATION DISTRICT IN THE COUNTY OF MONTROSE AND THE STATE OF COLORADO, WIL L BE HELD ON TUESDAY, THE lth DAY OF AUGUST, A,D., 1968, FOR THE ELECTION OF THE FOLLOWING OFFICERS, TO;WIT: Two directors for a terra of six years Two directors for  term of tvo years CANDIDATES: VEAR T.RAY JAMES H. LOCKE EUGENE M. BARNES WALTER J. POOL THE ELECTION WILL BE HELD ,T THE NATURITA TON HALL AND THE POLLS WILL BE OPEN FROM I:00 p.m. all 7:00 p.m. NANCY WALKER CLERK Years ago, prescriptions only made a patient more comfortable, while nature did a slow healing job. Modern prescriptions con- tain WONDER DRUGSl They cure ailments incredibly fast. They save lives, time, money l Only your doctor can diagnose and pre- scribe. WE are here to compound his prescriptions for you with professional accuracy I BLANCHARD DRUG in Honolulu, Hawaiil Tom was on leave from Vietnam. They enjoyed many interest lag sices including Pearl Harbor, the USS Arizona Memorial and the USS Car- bonero Submarine, the Punch Bowl National Cemetery, banana groves, Walk|k| Beach and enioyed fresh PineappJe at the Dole Can- nery. They arrived home last week. Tom Tucker Weekend visitors in the Capri Tucker home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tucker and family and Mr. and Mrs..Arlis Brooks of Escalante, Utah. .r. and Mrs. Durwood Gar- bet and family have moved to Spokane, Washlngton, where he is employed. Also living there are the Jack _Steeles- Mr. and Mrs. Owes Calla- way of Montrosewere Monday visitors of Mrs. Margaret CoIombo. Last week Mrs. John Gal- ley and Mrs. Arthur Enstrom visited wih Mrs. Chalmer Crber, Mr. and Mrs. Benny Conley and children now Of Vernal, Utah,spent the weekend with the Everett Conways and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Con- way have their grandson, Scott Pogue of Moab spending the week with them. Mrs.. Virgil Shepherdson of La Sal Creek entered the hospiml it Grand Junction July 14 for surgery. Md, Dean Squires entered the VA Hospital for treat- meat July 12th. Mrs. Aim Hall of Gateway is in St..Mary's Hospital where she underwent surgery on her knee. Mr. and Mrs. Otho Ayers entertained Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buckingham and Mrs. Fred Starbuck at dinner on Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Benton Ayers and sons spent last weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Steele. Sunday, July 14 , Mr. and Mrs. Steve Swain enter- mined at a.dinner patty hon- oring her father. Mr. Fred Sly, on his 87th birthday. Others present were another daughter and son-in-law, Mr,. and Mrs. Ed Joseph of Nor- wood and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Swain and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Rex Black of Denver are visiting their daughter and famMy, the Larry Swains, for a couple of weeks. Monday Mr. and Mrs. Steve Swain went to Gra:ndJunc- lion on business and to bring Mr. Fred Sly' home from* hospital. ,r. and Mrs. Carl Tucker and Glens went to MonticelIo Sunday to visit Mrs. Tuckee:'S sister and brother-in-Ia, Mr. and Mrs; Reed Bailey. Mrs. Kermit Redd andson Kenny joined her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rogers and left by plane fromSah Lake City Saturday to visit Mrs. Redd's brother, Mih Rogers in Kansas,City, Missouri, for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Eetrl Irish and Karen went to Pueblo last weekend to bring their son Kent home a tar visiting,his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sates. Visiting in the ,Elmer Co- lombo home Thursaayeven. ink were Mrs., Myrtle Tilbert of Downey, Ca:lifomla, and her two great grandchildren, Toni and Jimmy Cope, and Mrs. Chuck Talbert and daughters. Visiting in the Chet Wag- goner home one evening week were Mrs..Myrtle bert and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Buckingham. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. an d Mrs. R'bbert lddle were his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. Andy Riddle from Grand Junction. James Rid- dle accompanied them home for a visit. Spending a few days with the Francis DeVries' are their daughter and son-ln- law, Mr. and Mrs, Louis Den- ton of Loma. M r. and Mrs. Roy Lahue and children re- turned to Loma after visiting in the De Vries home for a few days. Visiting with the Elmer Hutchinsons are Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Beeson of Loredo, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hutch- itmon and children have re- turned frnm a two weeks vacation to Chugwater, Wy- oming, where they spent a couple of days visiting . cousin, Joe Reich. Fro there they went to Yello stone Park, through Montana to Salmon, Idaho,for some salmon fishing. They" also visited the C.mter of the Moon, Flaming Gorge, Dino- saur Park and Tralpers Lake. Visiting in the Carl Tuck- er home are Kathy and Carla Pederson, daughters of Mr. s.nd Mrs. H. E. Pederson of Salida.