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PAGE 8 THE SUNDANCE TIM F~ OCTOBER 15, 1987 (|ditor's Note: Public Notice advertising ploys unique role both in Amoricon history and in the process by which this country's democracy is preserved. Its one premise is that people must be informed if they are to govern themselves ompotently. Public Notice advertising first come into being with the Congress of 1792. That body, recognizing its responsibility to the people, required the Postmaster General to advertise for bids for the construction of new post offices. From that inauspicious beginning to the complex publication requirements in federal, state and local lows today, government officials hove come more and more to understand their obligations to inform the public through Public Notice advertising. Newspapers over the years have been the vehicle by which these obligations have been fulfilled. They will continue to be us long as the public demondm that it be informed frequently and by the best means possible.I NOTICE OF FORECLOSURE BY ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE The State of Wyoming Farm Loan Board, mortgagee, entered into two mortgage agreements with Lloyd and Lets Viergutz as mortgagors. The first mortgage is dated July 29, 1981 and was recorded July 29, 1981, in Book 186 of Photos, at Page 713, in the Register of Deeds, Office of the Clerk of Crook County, Wyoming. The second mortgage is dated June 18, 1984 and was recorded June 18, 1984 in Book 220 of Photos, Page 84, as Instrument No. 433691, in the Register of Deeds, Office of the Clerk of Crook County, Wyoming. The mortgagors have waived and released all rights under the homestead exemption laws, W.S. 1-20-101 et seq. As of October 21, 1987 the balance due on the mortgage will be One Hundred Ninety-Three Thousand Five Hundred Ninety-Eight Dollars and Fifty-Six Cents {$193,598.56), which includes principal, interest, and statutory fee on delinquent payments. Also due will be costs and attorney fees to date. The mortgage payments are in default, and the property to be described in this notice is subject to foreclosure by advertisement and sale. The property subject to foreclosure will be sold by the Sheriff of Crook County at public auction on October 21, 1987 at 10 O'clock a.m. in front of the Crook County Courthouse in Sundance, Wyoming. Representatives of the Farm Loan Board may bid at the sale. The Farm Loan Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. The successful bidder must pay with certified funds. This sale is subject to the rights of redemption as provided by state and federal statutory law. The successful bidder will receive a sheriff's certificate of purchase upon payment of the full balance of the bid. The property consists of the following: RESURVEY TOWNSHIP 55 NORTH, RANGE 61 WEST, 6th P.M., CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 30: Lots 3, 4, EV2SW, SWNE:A, SENW TOWNSHIP 54 NORTH, RANGE 62 WEST, 6th P.M., CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 1: Lot 4 Section 2: Lots 1, 2, 3 RESURVEY TOWNSHIP 55 NORTH, RANGE 62 WEST, 6th P.M., CROOK COUNTY, WYOMING Section 26: SW SW 1/4 Section 27:SV2SE Section 34: N:/2NV2, that portion of NE%SE% described as follows: Commencing at the quarter corner common to Section 34 and 35 and running thence south 1320 feet, thence S 89 degrees 36' W. a distance of 613 feet, thence N 11 degrees 46' E. a distance of 613 feet, thence N. 2 degrees 0' W. a distar:ce of 450 feet, thence N 45 degrees 35' E. a distance of 370 feet, and thence N. 89 degrees 36' E. to the point of beginning Section 35: Lot 1, NWNW, S:/2NW:A, SW~A, SV2SE together with all buildings and improvements thereon and all other privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances belonging unto said land or in any way thereto appertaining, and including all water and water rights, adjudicated or unadjudicated, stored, used upon, or appropriated for the above described lands, together with all irrigation reservoirs, ditches, laterals, canals, flumes, aqueducts and siphons complete, or any interest therein regardless of how owned or represented with rights of way therefor; also all other irrigation works, drainage systems, artesian wells and water flowing therefrom, windmills and all other property and property rights of every kind and character, real and personal, pertaining to or used in connection with the irrigation and drainage of the lands described above or which may be appurtenant to said lands, whether owned by the mortgagor at the date of the mortgage or hereinafter in any manner acquired by the mortgagor during the life or term of the mortgage; together with any mineral rights existing on, in, or under the above-described real property owned by mortgagor at the date of the mortgage or hereinafter in any manner acquired by the mortgagor during the life or term of the mortgage. Additional information regarding the property may be obtained by appointment with Mr. Dave Force, Farm Loan Office, Herschler Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming 82002. DATED this 14th day of September, 1987. Publish: September 24; October 1, 8, 15, 1987 NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE Whereas, on the 14th day of November, 1986, Cleston Lubken, Jr. and Diana L. Lubken, husband and wife, as mortgagors, executed and delivered a certain mortgage to the Moorcroft State Bank, as mortgagee, which mortgage covered and mortgaged the following described real property situated in the County of Crook and State of Wyoming, to-wit: Lot 1 in Block 4 of the 4th Addition to the Town of Moorcroft, Crook County, Wyoming, together with all improvements thereon situate. which mortgage was recorded on the 25th day of November, 1986 in Book 255 on page 109 of the Photo Records of Crook County, Wyoming; and, WHEREAS, said mortgage was given to secure the payment of $29,200.00 plus interest as set forth in and as evidenced by a note dated November 14, 1986, which note was due and payable in monthly installments; and, WHEREAS, default has occurred and exists in the conditions of said mortgage in that the note secured is in default and has been called by the note holder for full payment in accordance with the terms of the note, and the mortgagee claims that there is now due and owing on the date of first publication of this notice, the sum of $28,941.05 as principal plus the sum of $599.40-as interest for a total sum of $29,540.45, and that there is also due and owing the further sum of $1,500.00 as attorney's fees as provided for in said mortgage, together with the costs incurred or to be incurred in this foreclosure; and, WHEREAS, the mortgage contains a power of sale in the event of default of any of the conditions thereof, and whereas no suit or. proceeding has been instituted at law to recover the debt secured by said mortgage or any part thereof. NOW, THEREFORE, NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the mortgage herein described is hereby foreclosed and the real property above described will be sold at public auction by the Sheriff of Crook County, Wyoming, for cash, to the highest and best bidder, at the hour of 10:15 o'clock a.m. on the 23rd day of October, 1987, at the front door of the Crook County Courthouse in the Town of Sundance, Crook County, Wyoming. DATED the 1st day of October, 1987. MOORCROFT STATE BANK Mortgagee Publish: October 1, 8, 15, 22, 1987 POSTPONEMENT OF FORECLOSURE SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the foreclosure sale which was originally scheduled for the 6th day of October, 1987, on the following described property, has been postponed until the 17th day of November, 1987, at the hour of 10:00 A.M. at the front door of the Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming: Lot 29 of Pine Haven Subdivision, Crook County, Wyoming. The New York Guardian Mortgagee Corporation MORTGAGEE Ernest W. Halle Attorney for Mortgagee P. O. Box 826 Cheyenne, WY 82003-0826 (307) 634-4111 Publish: October 15, 22, 29; November 5, 1987 plants. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT 8. When treating noxious WITHIN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF CROOK weeds in the fall, make sure AND STATE OF WYOMING there is not an excess of dead IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ) weed or other plant foliage WOODROW W. PETERSEN, ) Probate No. 4697 present that could intercept and Deceased. ) tie up the herbicide, reducing NOTICE OF AMENDED APPLICATION FOR uptake by the target weed SUMMARY DISTRIBUTION OF REAL PROPERTY plants. Notice is hereby given that an Amended Application for 9. Russian knapweed, Field Summary Distribution of Real Property has been filed in the bindweed, and Canada thistle District Court, Sixth Judicial District, Crook County, Wyoming, by store nutrients in their roots in Marlys A. Petersen, Greg Petersen, Jack Petersen, Larry Petersen the fall. Thus, all are good and Roger Petersen pursuant to W.S. Section 2-1-205 seeking to candidates for fall treatment as establish their right and title to the following: they will readily translocate the An undivided one-fourth interest in and to the following described herbicide along with the real property: nutrients. TOWNSHIP 50 NORTH, RANGE 65 WEST, 6TH P.M., 10. Stop spraying when the CROOK COUNTY plants no longer can take up the Section 8: SV2SE, SESW herbicide. Effectiveness is not Section 17: All temperature dependent, except Section 18: EV2EV: as it impacts plant growth. Section 19: NV2NE, SENE%, NESE:A There is no minimum temper- Section 20: NW, NWSW:A, N%NE ature at which to stop spraying. 11. If Tordon 22K freezes in Section 30: SENE, SESE = less 10.8 acres TOWNSHIP 50 NORTH, RANGE 66WEST, 6TH P.M., the container, it does not CROOK COUNTY deactivate the active ingredient. Section 13: NW NE NW Agitate the chemical before use if it should freeze. Hearing on this matter is scheduled for October 28, 1987, at 10:00 a.m. in the Crook County Courthouse, Sundance, Wyoming. All parties interested are hereby notified that unless they appear and object to the object and prayer of the application, the factsGame Et Fish contained in the Amended Application for Summary Distribution of by Barry L. Floyd Real Property shall be presumed correct and title to the real With the onslaught of hunt- property shall be vested in the parties named hereinabove in the following proportions: Marlys A. Petersen one-half Greg Petersen one-eighth Jack Petersen one-eighth Larry Petersen one-eighth Roger Petersen one-eighth DATED this 6th day of October, 1987. Mark L. Hughes HUGHES & DUMBRILL P. O. Box 456 Sundance, Wyoming 82729 {307) 283-1313 Publish: October 15, 22, 1987 August 14, 1987 NOTICE OF STATE TIMBER FOR SALE LYTLE CREEK TIMBER SALE, located on Section 16, T.53N., R.65W., of 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming. The State of Wyoming, will on the 17th day of November, 1987, at 9:30 A.M. at the front door of the courthouse in Sundance, offer for sale at oral auction and sell to the highest responsible bidder, an estimated 128.147 thousand board feet of ponderosa pine sawtimber, marked or otherwise designated for cutting. The minimum acceptable bid is $29.40 per MBF. In addition, there are an estimated 12.2 cords of ponderosa pine roundwood to be removed at a fixed rate of $0.50 per cord. The cost of advertising must be paid by the purchaser of the timber. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. The required bid guarantee is $377.00, ten percent (10% of the total appraised value, to be submitted by the purchaser on the day of the sale. The bid guarantee must be by a certified check, cashier's check or bank money order made payable to the Commissioner of Public Lands. The successful bidder must furnish a performance bond or payment in the amount of $500.00, or ten percent (10%) of the sale value, whichever is greater; slash disposal deposit in the amount of $1.66 per MBF or $212.72 on the day the Timber Sale Contract is signed. Full information concerning the timber and conditions of the sale should be obtained from Howard C. Pickerd, District Forester, P.O. Box 639, Newcastle, Wyoming 82701. (Telephone No: Ac. 307-746-4261). Publish: October 15, 1987 NOTICE OF STATE TIMBER FOR SALE SOURDOUGH TIMBER SALE, located on Section 16, T.55N., R.65W. of 6th P.M., Crook County, Wyoming. The State of Wyoming, will on the 17th day of November, 1987, at 10:00 A.M. at the front door of the courthouse in Sundance, offer for sale at oral auction and sell to the highest responsible bidder, an estimated 110.462 thousand board feet of ponderosa pine sawtimber, marked or otherwise designated for cutting. The minimum acceptable bid is $24.20 per MBF. In addition, there are an estimated 31.179 cords of ponderosa pine roundwood to be removed at a fixed rate of $0.50 per cord. The cost of advertising must be paid by the purchaser of the timber. The right to reject any and all bids is reserved. The required bid guarantee is $267.00, ten percent (10%) of the total appraised value, to be submitted by the purchaser on the day of the sale. The bid guarantee must be by a certified check, cashier's check or bank money order made payable to the Commissioner of Public Lands. The successful bidder must furnish a performance bond or payment in the amount of $500.00, or ten percent { 10 %) of the sale value, whichever is greater; slash disposal deposit in the amount of $2.01 per MBF or $222.02 on the day the Timber Sale Contract is signed. Full information concerning the timber and conditions of the sale should be obtained from Howard C. Pickerd, District Forester, P.O. Box 639, Newcastle, Wyoming 82701. (Telephone No: Ac. 307-746-4261). Publish: October 15, 1987 ing seasons some of the same questions keep coming up. One of the most often reoccuring questions is the one dealing with public access to public lands. By public lands we are talking about state lands (school sections,, for example) or Federal properties such as National Forest lands or B.L.M. ground. The same basic rule applies to both types of public ground: If you can get to the public ground from public access you can hunt it. This means that if you have to cross ANY private land or travel on a private road to get to the public land, you MUST get permission to do so. Landowners can charge a trespass fee for this privilege of crossing their private land but not for hunting any public lands under their control. One big difference between state land access policy and federal land access policy is that on state lands only the privi- leges of hunting, fishing and trapping have been retained by the state. That means that only those three activities can be done without express leasee permission. The privileges of camping and driving on state lands are just that, privileges. Just because the public has the right to hunt on state lands, that doesn't give us the right to drive all over them as has been done on some state sections by some very lazy hunters. This gives us all a bad reputation. One other point to be brought out and expanded on is the fact that if you are going to play the "line game" as I call it, you had better be prepared to lose as well as win. By this I mean if you are going to hunt those little patches of public land, stay on them! Just because you start out on a public section don't expect any quarter if you "accidently" stray onto private land. It is the same as with the hunters that insist on hunting right on the state line. If you want to play the "line game", either know where you are at all times or be prepared to lose a rqound now and then. On the other hand, if you know (I repeat KNOW) where you are at and you have arrived there by due course, stick to your guns. STATE OF WYOMING COUNTY OF CROOK IN THE DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Docket No. 4734 IN THE MATTER OF THE NAME CHANGE OF KURT WILLIAM FRITTS A Minor. Be advised that a Petition for Name Change of Kurt William Fritts has been filed in the District Court, Crook County, Wyoming, Sixth Judicial District, by Terrell Aungst. Anyone wishing to contest the name change must file an Answer with the Court within 30 days of the last date of publi- cation of this notice. If no Answer is received, the Court shall proceed with the Name Change of Kurt William Fritts and his name shall be changed to Kurt William Aungst. Publish: October 8, 15, 22, 29, 1987 Fall Weed Treatment Guidelines by Roeland Elliston 1. Fall treatment effective- ness is dependent on the condi- tion of the weed plants. There must be enough foliage present to take in the herbicide. Rod Lyn, agronomist, North Dakota State, says that the only difference between fall and spring applied liquid treatments of Tordon 22K was that the fall control was initially lower. After 24 months, control was similar between fall and spring applications of the liquid formu- lations. 2. Use 1 qt./acre or more of Tordon 22K herbicide for most perennial weed species. With Leafy spurge Tordon 22K at one gallon an acre gave over 80% control for two growing sea- sons. 3. Do not treat frozen ground. 4. With Leafy spurge, re- growth of the spurge must have begun again. 5. Color is not the factor by which you decide when to stop treating. Available leaf surface is the key factor. Thus, even after the spurge plants have turned s reddish, reddish- orange, or yellow color in the fall, treatments with Tordon 22K will be equally successful. During this color change, there is no need to hesitate treating if adequate leaf surface remains. 6. In dry years, the spurge may not break dormancy, so you should wait for fall rains to insure that the plants are grow- ing again and will assimilate the herbicide. 7. You should treat only until hard killing frosts cause the leaves to drop off the weed "I'm OKI" Teen Retreat ober 17th. will be held Registration fee Young people 13-15 are invit- which covers ed to attend a Teen Retreat, and program costs October 17-18 in Douglas, the County Wyoming. Douglas, WY. This retreat, entitled "I'mProgram resource OKI", will help young people are Gene develop skills in dealing with and Brenl relationships with others, both youth pressures, self-images, specialists with the communication and decision-Office. The retreat making skills, sored by the The event will be held at the Extension Services State Fairgrounds beginning at and Converse 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, Oct- information is local County 6th & Cleveland Open 24 Hours 8oodyoar lira & , nfieo *ICE CREAM *FOUNTAIN *POPCORN *Slurpee 16 Oz. 35c Small Bag 10c - 20c - Nacho - 75c 6th & Cleveland Sundance eo BAR R~CH ECUPMB~T Ranch has been leased. Auction will be 60 Bar Rench 20 mtles I of Gillette, ~yo. on Hwy 59 north. COmbiete close oot of reneh THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29 11qUCXS - TRACTOflS -- TR~US~S -- LIQUeIMENT TI~C~Im: D-4 Caterbillar S/N 7U5336, bouqbt new, been used on ran@ only w/nb farming, has 1400 hrs., excellent---J O 2840 tractor w/model ?u-kl ]bade-, cab..1 sets hydraulics, gOOd rubber, real clean---Ford tractor, ~ea* good cond. w/ mounted buzz saw (will offer 2 Ford tractor w/~' tr~lctOr ~lower (offered 2 ways)---Ford 4000 tractor ,:ond.---~.N Ford *factor w/]oader---8-N P'ord tractor---Case skid T~1978 CHEV. ~ualIy pickup wlqooseneck ball, 10w mileage, real ---1983 JEEP OlCkUp w/gooseneck ball, good cond.---Ig6/ DODGE 1 ton a/10' Flatbed c(~binati~,n box w/hoist, good cofld. "n~Alt.lg~S: FLYING L 16' p:Jll-type trailer, real good---24' ?RAII.MASTER }oosenec~ s~ock trailer, like new---FLYING L 15'x6' tandem puIl-typs ;tocktraller---20' LUNDGEN gooseneck stocktral]er, real good---Z6' HART ~andem ~ua] ,daVy duty trailer w, loadlng farads, like new---14' flatbed :anoem *roller for ,auling big bales. EOUSIMIswrr: Including J D 14' qrah, drill w/grass seeder, new.-.].poall bltOl equipment for Ford tractor~---2 & 3 bottom Ford Dlo~s---Danuser hole Iliqger--*{ito log solit~er---50 Little Scotchman corral ~olnt Ford scooP---Johnson calf table, llke ,,~u~-.. eduii~ment for ~; feeding bid round bales---lots of shop tool$*--PhJ$ mucfl, ~IJCtl morel HOl~- m~- ANIta-- ~ PA.q'n~Lurn~-see next week's paper for more com lete listing or call for brochure. Exce~tlone} quality and condltlon. ~j TE~H~ ! CASH inca & cno mm Box bqq, GII.LJ[TTE. WYOMING 8271A -3071 The Meritt N. Barton Estate lands are to all hunters. If there are any quest please contact Lynn Jesperson (telep 468-2735) about all Barton land whicl i West of Wagner or Thornton Road, Larry EIIsbury (telephone 468-2734) land which lies East of Wagner or Thor Road. No other person is authorized to permission to hunt on the Meritt N. Estate land. JOHN R. Executor of the Commitment to the best in health care. That's what it takes to be a member of the Blue Cross and Blue Shield team. We're working to bring you the innovations that mean top quality, cost effective health care - without the administrative headaches. Our programs include: Comprehensive Benefits Competitive Rates Wellness Programs Cost Containment Less Paperwork Prompt, Individual Attention For more information about our health care plans call: Craig Ausmann 719 Washington Newcastle, TAT'( 82701 746-9333 Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming