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July 25, 1968     San Miguel Basin Forum
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FORUM, 1%umdaV, July 25, 1968, Pap 4 NOTICE: CONCERNINO CURD AND GUTTER DIJTNCT NO. 1 OF THE TOWN OF LqUCLA, COLORADO TO ALL THOSE  INTEREST TAKE NOTICE THAT ON THE Igmh DAY OF]ULY. 1968. THE 91DARDOP TRUSTEES oF THE IMN OF NUCLA. COLORADO. NAMCE AU&apos; . HAFTER DESCRIBED XMPROV1EMTS WITHIN CURB AND GUTTER DISTIMCTNO. I OF THE TOWN OF NU CLA, COLORAIO, satmt of t he District to be improved is those Lots and Poroo|e o! land feclnlu on Main Street of the Towh of Nucle, Colorado, within the Town lim- its f sadd Town sccordinl to the official plat theresa except- m| there&ore that irsct facn|. swdd dn Street at the South End mid on the EaSt side thereof, decor/bed in Book 476, Pegs $09 of the' Public Recoe of said Count7 8rod Stats aforesaid. "/'he kind of Improvements shall consist of curbs end gut- tire where required, mid where 8ueh era'be .msd futfors exist in Blocks 30. 31, and 61, Town-o Nucla, Coloredo, the same wLU be removed amd replaced only to the extent that such removal and replacement shall be deemed nocesssry because of deterior- eted condition. The specifics- Uone for said curb s and gutters se on file at the N ucla Town ltU for examine tion. The mazl, mum estimated cost .fOr: sold curbs end Kuttor8-Is $3.40 per Unoel foot which in- condos engineering services but does Sot include cost of coflec- Uon, inspection, Incidentals, and interest, and if ezistinE ourbe and gutters m required to bs removed, the sa Id cost shall be increased by 50 per lineal fool .The foresoinK Is based upon tee max/mum estimate ny the Stat H/fhw EnELneer and final oost will be determJned by I teemined by multiplyLn the said eotinmted coat poruneas toot ttmos the footage of each pcos mm MULn Street_To'wn of Nucla, Colersdo, and there is on file at the lcls Town Hall 0.maP show- hs s the approximate rootop got h Lot or Parcel concerned. There is also on file at said Is- ostion all resolutions and pro- oosdin|s In connection with for- mat/on and implementation of said Improvement District wh1.h may be examined.by nnyono z n- toasted at any ume. prior co omeidor*tion o f an ordinance. suthorJxinK the subject improve- monte. The said improvomemt8 Shall bs paid for by owlets of the pro- perry thersh benefited on a pet toot basis and thosg, owners with o,met ,ots should add from i i tO 20 feet f or bin8 rquirsa O00rS, Tee olt Of such improvements maybe paid in ten (10) equal enenai fhstsllments plus Interest at six per cent (6%) upon the u..aid principal bal- ances, The first payments shell he due on Ja =mary 1,follower publication of the aeaessing or- dinmlcs pine interest thereo9 at said ate .(tom thirty (3 O) da.e after publlcsUon of saidfro- nonce, Thereafte each payment plus accrued Interest shall be psbls on the let day of Janu- wry of each year until the linci- pal pus Interest has been paid IS 111. p rovidod further, how" aver, that interest ah an DO psy- able somi-annua lly with accrued interest boinff payable, as aoro- said, on the let day of January each yoor, and also on the let day OfUlY each year. Provided fmher that fuU payments may be made to the To wn Treasurer at. any Urns within thirty (3 0) days attar pubUcation of th asseSs- fall ordinance and a n a11owencb of five per cent (5%) s hall made on all such full p.:yment made drinl such period burner thereafter. All complaints and objections that may be made in writing com- seeing the popos e(I improve- . | ...._.= | monte by the owners sr any re eiMto to' be assesssd, wl II be haauL md determlnal by the o o tv the said 9m action pon said otin,mco. C m'ulFn Boulden Town Clor t" Publlshod In the Nude Foam uly 25, August lr wad August:8 i llli THE DIIICT coURT qlITHIN.AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MONTROSE AND STATE O F COLORADO CIU Antion No. D-1014 2JONB IN ACTION FOR DIVORCE oV0o THE pEOPLE OF THE STATE OF COLORADO TO THR ABOVE NAMED DEFI DART, GREETING: You s hand/ summoned and Nqulrodto file dth the de d" sn mswo  th eam/dnt wi .t..n 20 da:ga . amRr srcooftms summons ql yOU. . . ' If sow/e non 3u is mere outside the ate/opt C/om, or  Imt/l.. or If .aDy of oodnt oa not settee qen wLth tM smmmons, you sd.to 81o an enswor  me set en of this lena alt the .mqmento! 90 ds hen ms kt, , lo ee- vto of this summons von you, tdai mW be had end[udst and dewree mW be ontoredlbe. same as though you wore.pro- sent. This ie ,In 8SonbmuLhtto hts/n s deormof dvoca as un  tO"tho Court ,Just I. oqultml/o  the mmgdnt ana the evtdbno addLIc6dupontho Uisl. Dstodune 27, 1968. philip F. Idle, Attom br plaintiff, P. O. s646, Oureo', " , CJ|oldo 814 27 Pbaa: $&..4577 pumd/ndJa 4, il, 18, 2Send A McSchooler fiamily ruu-. ion was held in Montrose on Saturday, July 6th. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin blcSchooler i and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McSchooler and son of Ursvan. Mr. and Mrs. Tillmon Reed and family of Norwood, Mr. and Mrs. B.C. Garrett of Los ' Cruces., New Mexico, LMre rtd Mrs. C V.. McDaniel of Pueblo and Mr. and Mrs. Morris McSchooler of Lamnr. Friday evening, July 19, a per luck dinner was held at the United Chch of Christ followed by a program presented by the students who had attended the two weeks of Bible School; Mr. and Mrs. Da vial John- son made a business trip to Denver last week. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lemmon were at Ground Hog Saturday, July 13th, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Rhoton from Farmington, New Mexico. Visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Symons and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mar- shall and family for s Week was Mrs. Bill Symans and son of Denver Mrs. Jim Bacus and child- ten and MrsL Clara Bellville and daughter of Bratty, Let your ma;lman make bank doposih for you. Free Bank-By-Ma;I forms avalhble for the askinq. .. 4 :::::::" .:,:.:.:f+ OURAY, COLORADO " Ireder.l Deposit lnae nceCorp Learn the secrets of beer cookery Find out how to make delicious everyday dishes with beer--such as beer meat loaf, beer chicken, beer sausages and beer cake. 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Ted Daniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daniels of Moab, Utah, was a guest in the Wade Ray home several days. Saturday, July 13, Mr. and Mrs= Benton Blackburn, Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Houser and MrS. Fred Starbuck were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sly In honor of Fred's 87th birth- day. Mr. and Mr . Jack DeWees, and Linda and David Pol- loreno vacationed at Flam- ing Gorge, Yeilowstone Na- tlon1 Park and attended a rodeo at Mesa before return- ing home July 14 Mr; and Mrs. Clarence Lip- sly and son from 'Sedro Wool- Icy, Washington, arrived Sun- day, July 20, to visit in the homes of Mrs. Frankia Lip- sey, Mr. and Mrs. Troy Ed- wards and Mr. and Mrs. Ro- bert A. Sa.ge. Mrs. Fred Starbuck enter- mined with a birthday din- ner for her niece, Mrs..Lil Iian Fairbanks of Cherokee, Oklahoma, Monday, July 15, Also present were Mr. and Mrso Otho Ayers of Bedrock and Mr. and Mrs. Derrol Al- mond and fam/dy. Weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Aden Pulliam were Mrs. Doyle Brake and Mrs.. Ray Klepzig of Mesh, Jtah. Mr. and Mrs Fred BoX, & cherdt and family and and Mrs. Richard Borcherd and family were recent visit- ors in the Louis, Mazdn and John Borcherdt and Glen Woods homes. Recent visitors in the Bob Moore home were Ms, and Mrse Ev L. Hoodenpyle of Gooding, Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bu rkitt of Re<ton- do Beach, Csiif=mia. Danny Tondinson of Grand Junction is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrsk' Norman Tomlinson. Mr. and M rs, Tom Kelly and fam/dy and Mr. and Mrs.. Norman Tomlinson and family spent from July, 3 to 8 at Flaming Gorge. Wednesday, July 10, Mrs. Fnznkia Lipsey and daughter returned home after spending the past month in the home of her son and filmily, Mr. and Mrs John Eade, and her daughters,, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Mrs. Vigin and Mr. and John_ Hoppe at Seattle, Washln, tOU. v On Tuesday, July 16, Mr. and MrsJ Car I Beuson made s btminess trip to Monose Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Scott and Mr. and Mrs. E d McSchtml of Uravan attended ervlce for : Mrs.. Bekt Cornwell of Olathe on Friday, July }2, in Montrose. Mrs. Cornwall was a sister of Mr.]McSchooler.. ili