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Our 131st Year The Saguache " Saguache, (',dorado 81 119 Thursda!l. SEPTEMBER 15, 2010 m  m ,, Adventures of a Younger Tori continued from front page/ doesn't like living in Rumania be- cause the police hassle him for wearing jeans, western T-shirts, and jean vests. They also don't like the fact that he has about one hundred thousand lei (there are twelve lei to a dollar - a cheap lay, we joked), and haul him off to the police station every so of_ ten for questioning. I had a run-in with the police myself in the next town. Holly de- cided to sell some pantyhose (she calls them tights) out of the side of the van, and a huge crowd collected.. I took pictures of them, then was mobbed myself by peo- ple wanting jeans, gum, make-up, pantyhese, matches, cigarettes, anything. It was oppressive, so I took refuge in the front seat of the van and proceeded to take pictures of the people thrusting their money in the windows at us. A policeman came to break up the crowd, and I took a pic- ture of him. VERY FOOLISH! He immediately demanded my film, aM made a big fuss. It wasn't enough that he had the film, he said they must develop it to see what I had photographed. The lo- cals weren't bothered at all, and hung around still trying to make a deal. The policeman occasional- ly shooed them away, but they just laughed childishly at him. Mter making us wait an hour or so, the chief of police called me out of the van and lectured me in Rumanian, translated bv an eager bystander into Frenchl tell- ing me it is forbidden to photo- graph any people, any buildings, or any objects at all in Rumania. He directed me to break my cart- ridge, pull out my film to expose it, and then announced that we were free. We were treated to a police escort out of town. We had dinner in the restaurant at the Bucarest campsite tonight, where we're in little huts again. Each place at the table was set with three plates piled on top of each other. On the first one our water put four little balls of fried dough, four balls of fried meat and vegetables and some strips of liver. The second course was better--a delicious, flaky pastry covered with a meat sauce. Third we had tomatoes and lettuce, a skinny barbequed steak and fried potatoes. A very rich pastry with cream cheese and raisins was des- sert. There were two orchestras and Balkan dancers to entertain us while we ate. Emily, Holly and I joined the crowd on the stage to dance Zorba the Greek. Linda, Holly and I then lingered after the others left to talk with Mark and help him celebrate his birth- day. We sneaked more pastries from the waitress' tray and from other tables after the guests left. We joked about having to share him, as the only really eligible man on our tour, and he declared he has to take care of Howard, his cabinmate. Mark often makes comments and jokes about men, implying that he's gay. No one knows whether to take him ser- iously. Jewish High Holiday Services ROSH HASHANAH and YOM KIPPUR SERVICES TO BE HELD IN CRESTONE FOR THE NEW YEAR 5771 By Meryl Ennis "Thou shall love the Lord, thy God, with all thy soul, and with all thy might." The Jewish High Holidays will be celebrated in Crestone for the eighth year. These days of Awe are a time for self-examination, spirituality, prayer and the start of a New Year. All are welcome to join respect- fully in these holy services. All services will be held in the downstairs meeting room at Casa Del Soul in the heart of Crestone at 171 S. Alder (across from the Post Office). Yom Kippur Services will begin with Kol Nidre services, on Fri- day, September 17th at 7:30 p.m. Services will continue on Satur- day, September 18th at 10:00 a.m. for morning services. Mternoon services begin at 4:00, followed by Memorial and Concluding Ser- vices. Services are not lead by a rab- bi or a leader. The attendees take turns reading from a traditional, heartfelt reform prayer book. The services also include the blowing of the shofar, traditional cantor- ial solos sung by Meryl Ennis with prayers and songs sung by all Past participants have said that these were the most mean- ingful and enjoyable High Holi- day Services they have attended. There will be no charge for the services. Donations however, are accepted to help cover the ex- penses. Any donations over the cost of services will be sent to the Hadassah Hospital in Israel, which serves all people regard- less of religion or nationality. To reach Casa del Soul, for those coming from out of town, please take Hwy 17 to east on Road T. Stay to the left at the information parking area, go forward past the stop sign, curve to the left and continue for one block. Casa del Soul is on the left, parking is on the right: For those who do not wish to travel on the Holidays, there are rooms for rent within walking distance. For more infor- mation, please call Meryl at 256- 4890. May we all be inscribed in the Book of Life and have a joyous, healthy, loving and peaceful New Year. L'Shana Torah! 4th Street Diner & Bakery SAGUACHE'S NEWEST GEM By Sara Fernandez You walk in the door and it's a step back in time. The Fourth Street Diner and Bakery is Saguache's newest bus- iness located at 411 Fourth Street in the downtown area, across the street from the Historic Ute Thea- tre. Decorated in the style of the 1940s, early 505, you immediately feel you've walked into the past. Owners Greg Terrell and Esther Last have planned and worked for (to be continued) over a year on its construction . ,. :=: ::  and decoration. The homey feel- ing is presented with warm col- : . PRELIMINARY ors, curtained windows, old pho- A6ENDA tographs, local artwork, antiques, fixtures, original hardwood floors, TUESDAY, SEPT. 21 - 9:00 a.m. even the mixture of old plates the patrons' food is served on is un- SAGUACHE COUNTY ique. COMMISSIONERS MEETING COURTHOUSE IN SAGUACHE And, if the comfort and ambi- ance don't impress you, the food 9:00 A. M. Call to Order definately will. Greg and Esther Additional/deletions to agenda are accomplished chefs and ba- Reading & approval of minutes kers, and everything is homemade, Review of Mall including the hamburger buns. Introduction of Guests The pies, breads, rolls and buns 9:30 -- Commissioner's Reports make your mouth water just to 10:00 -- Lyn Zimmer & Wendi see them in the cases. The potato Maez - Co-Administrator salad will remind you of the kind Administrative Report 10:25 -- Break 10:30 -- Wendy Maez Land Use Administrator Solar Reserve Possible D,scussion Tessera Solar Possible Discussion 11:15 -- Ben Gibbons Attorney Report 11:45 -- Mike Norris Sheriff's Report 11'.55 -- Jail Tour LUNCH 1:08 Randal Arredondo, Supervisor Road & Bridge Report Landfill Report 1:30 -- Jeannie Norris, Director Social Services Report 2: 00 -- Chella Ward Housing Director 2:30 -- Break 2:35 -- Penny Bruce Library Administrator 3:00 -- Special Fire District Formation Committee TRIe HI Ftmding Request ued Bill paying Adjourn .... your mother used to make. Currently, the diner is open from 6:00 a.m. to-2:00 p.m. with breakfast served all day. Hours will be extended for special oc- casions or parties. The menu is filled with many favorites and some items you may not have had in a while. It's a nostalgic and mouthwa- terig experience not to be missed. If you are in town and cruising Fourth Street, just follow your nose. Church in the Valley Youth Group Kids aged 11-18 are invited to join the CITV Youth Group at 7:00 p.m. on Fridays in Summer and 6:30 on Sundays in the Win- ter. Meeting place is 1130 Denver Ave., Sauache. Come for fun, faith and make friends for a lifetime. Any questions, contact Kristi at (719) 239-0857. Little Learners Childcare Center WHO is the program for? Preg- nant mom,s, infants and toddlers through age three who live in the San Luis Valley. ]ligbility is based on income and family need. Total household income must be within federal poverty guidelines. WHAT is :Early Head Start? Early Head Start (E,I-IS) is a child development program de- signed to work with the {amPly to empower the parent(s) with good parenting skills and support services. Services are FREE! Through daily child care at local ohildcare centers and individualized visits with a trained Famly Educa- tor, the EHS program enhances children's physical, social, emo- tional and intellectual develop- ment, assists pregnant women in accessing comprehensive prena- tal and posptum care, supports parents in their parental, roles AND helps parents move toward self-sufficiency. WHY should you and your fam- ily be interested? Parents are ac- tive participants in their child's education from the very begin- ning! Early Childhood Council EHS will provide you with edu- cational services, health rvices, nutrition educaton and assstance in finding other community re- sources your famiiy may need! Call Today! Space is limited! To enroll in Early Head Start contact Little Learners Child Care Center or call the San Luis Valley Early Head Start at (719) 587-5363 and ask for an application. The EHS Program Staff will be avail: able to answer questions or as- s,is with completing an applica- tion. The Case for Hope Ladies Bible Study . Pitkin Avenue Baptist Church 610 7th Street, Saguache Sunday Mornings at 9:45 a.m. Our Bible Study for September will look at the existence of God, the love of God, and God's per- snal involvement in our lives. This is an important study, because belevers need to understand what they believe and why. September 19 -- The Case for God's Love September 26 -- The Case for God's Involvement Every week we have a great Bible Study! Join us for snacks and fellow- ship as we study the Scriptures. y will have a great time. We promise! All ladies are welcome! Contact Lyn Miles for more in- formation 655-08. seifior-Menu $2.00 - 60 years or older $6.00 - under 60 years Wed., Sept. 15 -- Roast Beef w/ Gravy, Mashed Potatoes, Tossed Salad, Wheat Bread, Plums Thurs., Sept. 16 -- Chicken Faji- to, Tomato, Lettuce Garnish, Span- ish Rice, Fruit Cocktail, Oatmeal Raisin Cookie Mon., Sept. 20- Chili Beans, Carrot-Raisin Salad, Corn, Tor- tillas, Pineapple Cubes Tues., Sept. 21 -- Hamburger on Bun, Lettuce, Tomato, Onion, Bak- ed Beans, Pasta Salad, Water- melon Wed., Sept. 22 Turkey Tetra- zini, Italian Green Beans, Cottage Cheese, w/Peach Half, Wheat Bread 'hurs., Sept. 23 -- Lemon Baked Fish, Carrot Coins, Creamy Cole- saw, Mandarin Oranges, Wheat Bread Mon., Sept. 27 -- Macaroni & Cheese, Herbed Green Beans, Parsley Butterd Carrots, Apricot, Whaet Bread Tues., Sept. 28 -- Chef Salad, Tu- na, Egg, Cheese, Tomato, Lettuce, Tomato Soup, Wleat Crackers, Fresh Fruit Wed., Sept. 29 -- Sweet & Sour Pork, Steamed Brown Rice, Ses- ame Broccoli, Wheat Bread, Ap- ricot Halves Thurs., Sept. 30 -- Chicken Salad Sandwich, Wheat Bread, Sliced Tomato, Lettuce, Confetti Slaw, Strawberry Applesauce Villa Grove Chapel Services The Villa Grove Capel will re- open Sunday, September 12 at 3:00 p.m. for worship services. Follow- hag the death of beloved pastor, J. M. Phillips, the church decided not to meet for the summer, but now as a mission of Cross Roads Church, Poneha Springs, they are ,prepared to hold. services each Sunday. with Pastor Dub Cham- bers from Cross Roads. Music will be led by Tony Games, worship leader from Cross Roads. The services will last about an hour and will be followed by coffee and dessert. Everyone is invited to come together for a time of worship in song and scripture fol- lowed by friendly conversation, COMMISSIONERS PI00CEEDINGS SAGUACmg COUNTY LIST OF BILLS AUGUST 2010 Adel,ine Sanchez 125.00 Airgas Intermountain 1,329.16 Alamosa County Sheriff 35.00 AMSOIL 2,607.00 Andrews Food Service 727.22 AT&T 337.58 Barbara Anderson 131.20 Benjamin Gibbons, PC 4,748.00 Bill BeLts 114.40 Blanca Telephone CO. 19.95 Card Services 11,622.93 Garla Quintana 100.00 CAST 6O0.0O Caterpillar Finance 3,210.45 Catherine Adkins 125.00 Center Fire Protection 300.00 Center unicipal Utilities 439.67 Center Parts 16.28 CenturyLink 1,857.64 Cheyenne Radiology Group 37.35 (ris Hardt 110.40 Cindy Cl'eary 50.00 Claude Maez 36.00 Cliff Briee 52.27 COlo. Dept. of Revenue 109.00 Colo. Dept. Public Health 873.50 Connie Trujillo 60.28 Conoco Phillips Fleet 583.17 Crestone Eagle 12.50 Davis Engineering 506.50 Delores Nusbaum 125.00 Denver Industrial Sales 52,235.57 Diane Gonzales 301.18 Digitcom Electronics 192.00 Dora Trujillo Douglas Clark Drive Train Industries Eileen Wilfong Ellen Cox Elvie Samora Estalita Versaw Eva Kaess First Ford of Monte Vista Floyd Jaramillo Gall's, Inc. Ginger Freel Gobin's, Inc. Volunteers Wanted Do you love books, enjoy talk- ing to people, and want to help the community? Twice Told Tales needs volunteers willing to staff the nonprofit bookstore. You can choose to work one four-hour shift per week, one shift per month, or just as an occas- ional substi,tute. If you're inter- ested in helping, you can sign up at the library or call 655-2551. Birthdays Chris Archuleta on SEpt. 18th Irene-Gray on Sept. 19th Randy Maez on Sept. 19th Aaron Marold on Sept. 20th Joshua Ferchau on Sept. 22nd Mike Spearman on Sept. 22nd Mary Abeyta in Sept. 24th Jody Vigil on Sept. 24th Aaron Boyer on Sept. 24th Duane Lovato on Sept. 24th Yes to Libraries Needs Your Help! Earlier this year, Saguache area voters who value quality library services enthusiastically signed pe- titions to create the Northern Sag- uaehe County Library District. 125.00 A Yes to Libraries committee 118.40 now has been formed to campaign 9.38.69 for voter approval of library dis- 10,3.00 trice funding, and we need your 41.60 help! 100.00 Residents of all ages know that 25.00 libraries matter. Libraries change 110.40 lives, build communities, enhance 831.55 property values and are a smart 100.00 investment. And libraries are AT 43.11 RISK! 143.40 At this very moment, Saguache 1,767.15 library staff are being asked to COMBINED NOTICE PUBLICATION CRS 38-38-103 FORECLOSURE SALE NO. 15-2010 To Whom It May Concern: This Notice is given with regard to the following described Deed c2 Trust: On July 14, 2010, the under- signed Public Trustee caused the Notice of Election and Demand relating to the Deed of Trust des- cribed below to be recorded in the County of Saguache records. Original Grantor(s): David Stone and Michelle: Stone Original Beneficiary(ies) : Indy- Mac Bank, F.S.B., a federally chartered savings bank Current Holder of Evidence of Debt: OneWest Bank, FSB Date of Deed of Trust: March 31, Jim Jenkins on Sept. 20th 2004 Mike White Eagle on Sept. 21st County of Recording: Saguache Natalie Ann Woodard on Sept. 21st Recording Date of Deed of Trust: Lisa Vigil on Sept. 22nd April 7, 2004 Recording Reception Number: 344587 Original Principal Amount: $72,000.00 Ou[standing Principal Balance: $67,448.31 Pursuant to C.R.S. 38-38-101(4) (i), you are hereby notified that the covenants of the deed of trust have been violated as follows: Failure to pay principal and in- terest when due together with all other payments provided for in the Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust and other vio- lations thereof. THE LIEN FORECLOSED MAY NOT BE A FIRST LIEN. THE PROPERTY DESCRIBED HEREIN IS ALL OF TIlE PROPERTY CURRENTLY ENCUMBERED BY THE LIEN OF THE DEED OF TRUST. A tract of land located in the SW%SWV4 of Section 15, Town- ship 41 North, Range 8 East of the N.M.P.M., which tract is more particularly described by metes and bounds as fol- Hank Day 100.00 House Beautiful 19.21 In Contact 192.08 Lntermountakm First Aid 94.99 Interstate Battery Syst. 407.85 James Montoya 35.00 Jesca Shook 125.00 Jim Felmiee 442.40 Jones Oil Company 18,993.70 Judi I.owe 125.00 K&B Impressions 218.92 Kalco Express 6,717.04 Kit Carson Rod & Gun 400.00 Kyocera Mita America 338.11 La Genre 2,914.00 Larry Henderson Treasure 750.00 Linda Stagner 114.40 Lisa Werts 125.00 Lyn Zimmer 202.25 Lynn I-Imm-nel 22.00 Matie Belle Lakish 125.00 Monte Vista Coop 237.75 Myers Bros. Truck 271.22 Myers Tire 258.23 Nancy Jo Armenta 492.00 North Valley Hardware 55.96 O&V Printing 451.03 O.J. Watson Co. 25,612.25 Office Depot 133.97 Office of I)ist Attoruey 7,695.66 Pare Jones I0.00 Parvin Jolmson 125.00 Peggy Godfrey 113.60 Pitney Bowes 4,500.00 Peter Peterson 100.00 Premier Election Solutions 1,265.28 Pro Logger & Lawn 33.60 Pueblo County Info. 10,592.0 Quill Corporation 822.95 Rebecca Amerman 125.00 Rebecca Drake 101.92 Rebie S. Hazard 159.20 Renate Lamm 100.00 Robert S. Maez 675.00 S&S Distributing 295.79 Saguache Cty. Admin. 16,279.50 Saguache County Clerk 27.85 Saguache Cry. Road Dept. 6.67 Saguache Re,creation Board 600.00 Saguache Town Market 373.79 Salida Family Medicine 65.00 reduce their hours or find ways to cut an already bare bones bud- get due to inadequate county fund- ing and a scarcity of private grant funding or major donations to make up the difference. It was the same situation last year at this time, and the year before. As cities and counties statewide are forced to pare services, li- brary budgets are being slashed and many libraries are closing. That is why more and more of our neighboring libraries--Rio Gran- de County, South Chaffee County, North Chaffee County and Cone)os County, for example--are forming self governing library districts: a small property tax within a given area is earmarked exclusively for libraries and these libraries can be assured stable and adequate funding to meet the rapidly grow- ing needs for library services: Tre Northern Saguache County Library District, with voter-ap- proved funding in November, will operate both the Saguache Library and the Baca Grande Library as public libraries. Our libraries serve diverse pop- ulations, and Yes to Libraries is reaching out to all segments of the community for added support in our campaign. Depending on the time and resources you have available you can help us by talk- ing to your church/social group, neighbors or friends about the im- portance of funding the district; lendng your name and title (or affiliations) to the committee; or making a donation to the cam- paign. If you can help in any way, please call Marge Hoglin at 655- 2235, or mail your check to Yes to Libraries, c/o Jan Jensen, PO Box 104, Saguache, CO 81149. Sam Pace 100.80 Thank you so much for your sup- Sanofi Pasteur 170.87 port! Scanga Meat Company 191.32 .... ,,----- SLV Power Ralio 348.00 PUBLIC NOTICE SLV RCD 500.00 Teresa Seitz 100.00 The Crestone Eagle 70.00 FOREST RESERVE TITLE PROPOSED PROJECT The Saguache Crescent 1,070.61 Town of Sagnache 510.00 The Saguache County Board of ToxTrap, Inc. 60.08 Commissioners is soliciting pub- Upper Rio Grande Animal 110.00 lie comment on a proposal to US Dept. of Labor 731.00 spend Forest Reserve Title IIl Valley Courier 114.75 funds for the following project: Valley Electric 1,292.65 The Town of Crestone is request- Valley Imaging Products 150.00 ing funding to continue improving Valley I:blishing 51.80 areas of reduced fuels around the Valley Wide Health rv. 45.00 perimeter of the Town of Cres- Vendola 220.21 tone to reduce the fire fuel dan- Verizon Wireless 690.97 ger in that community. The total Verna Sehra:ttel 100.00 amount requested is $75,000.00. Wagner F_,qupment Co. 5,397.67 Written comments may be ad- Waste Management 208.37 dressed to the Board of County Wendi Maez 40.00 Commissioners and submitted to Winterfest 600.00 the Saguache County Administra- WSB Computer Services 55.00 tion Office in the basement of the Xcel Energy 2,509.15 courthouse or mailed to PO Box Xerox 1,517.86 055, Saguache, CO 81149. The .... :: dfeadline for comments is Friday, V Y ur Lib October 15, 2010 at 4PM. The Board se o rary of County Commissioners will re- Monday - Thursday 10:08 a.m. - view comments and make a de- 5:30 p.m. cision on this request at their Friday - 1:08 - 5:00 p.m. regular meeting on Tuesday, Saturday - 9:00 a.m. - 1:03 p.m. October 19, 2010 at 3:00 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday evening - :: =-:= :-- 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. DON'T BORROW -- SmbsexilmV lows, to-wit: Assuming that the centerline of the county road on the West sid'e of said SWV4 runs North and South; thence beglnsing at the SW corner of the tract herein described whence the SW corner of said Section 15 bears South 24042 , West 50.24 feet distant; thence North 275.00 feet along the East lim- it of said county road, as fenced, to the NW corner of the tract herein described; thence North 8814' East, 136.00 feet parallel to the South line of said Section 15 to the NE corner of the tract heroin described; thence Sou,th 275.00 feet to the Southeast corner of the tract herein des- cribed; thence South 88 14' West, 136.00 feet parallel to the South line of said Section 15 to the Place of Beginning, County of Saguache, State of Colorado Also known by street and number as: 3028 Co. Rd. 50, Cenr, CO 81125 NOTICE OF SALE The current holder of the Evi- dence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust described herein, has filed Notice of Election and De- mand for sale as provided by law and in said Deed of Trust. THEREFORE, Notice is Hereby Given that I will at public auc- tion at 10:00 A.M. on Thursday, November 4, 2010, at the Public Trustee's Office, 501 4th Street, Saguache, Colorado sell to the highest and best bidder for cash, the said real property and all in- terest of the said Grantor(s), Grantor(s)' heirs and assigns therein, for the purpose of pay- ing the indebtedness rprovided in said Evidence of Debt secured by the Deed of Trust, plus attor- ney's fees, the expenses of sale, and other items allowed by law, and wilt issue to the purchaser a Certificate of Purchase, all as lrovided by law. m First Publication: September 16, 2010 Last Publication: October 14, 2010 Name of Publication: Sagnaehe Crescent DATE: July 14, 2010 Connie A. Trujillo Public Trustee in and for the County of Saguache, State of Colorado By: Connie A. Trujillo Public Trustee The name, address, telephone number and bar registration num- ber of the attorney(s) represent- ing the legal holder of the indebt- edness is: Jennifer H. Trachte #40391 Robert J. Hopp and Associates LLC P.O. Box 8089 Denver, CO 80201 (303) 788-9608 Attorney file #: 10-03162CO FHLMC/Loan#1004219117 The Attorney above is acting as a debt collector and is attempting to collect a debt. Any informa- tion provided may be used for that purpose. 8bmmrlo. exllr