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Page 16 Wednesday, September 5, 2012 The Adams County Record { i ..... HAvE THE T EX; ......... " Please submit legal notices to legals@theadamscountyrecord.com , '" , , , ~,,~ ,~, ,,iou...~. L~.~..~4 ........................... " " ~-~" ...................................... -~ .... .................. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT OF THE STATE OF IDAHO, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF ADAMS STATE OF IDAHO, DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND WELFARE, Plaintiff, VS. UNKNOWN HEIRS AND DEVISEES OF CLARENCE L. WIKOFF, DECEASED, CURRENT OCCUPANTS, JOHN DOE AND JANE DOE, Defendants. Case No. CV-2012-2922 NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that under and by virtue of an Order of Sale issued on the 17th day of July, 2012, out of an under the seal of the above-entitled action on the 14th day of June, 2012, in favor of the above-named Plaintiff, I am commanded and required to proceed to notice of sale and sell at public auction the property described in said Order of Sale and to apply the proceeds of such sale to the satisfaction of said Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure with interest thereon and my fees and costs. The property directed to be sold is situated in Adams County, Idaho, and is described as follows: Lots 8, 9, I0, II and 12, Block 17, of the Perrill Division to the City of Council, Adams County, Idaho, as said lots and block are numbered and designated upon the official plat thereof on file in the office of the Adams County Recorder in Book 1 Plats page 2. Said real property is subject to redemption within six (6) months from the sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 25 day of September, 2012, at the hour of 1:00 o'clock _P_Pm. in the main lobby of the Adams County Courthouse at 201 Industrial Avenue, Council, Idaho, 83612, I will attend, offer, and sell at public auc- tion all of the above described real property thus directed to be sold to raise sufficient funds to pay and satisfy the Judgment and Decree of Foreclosure as set out in the Order of Sale to the highest bidder therefore in lawful money of the United States of America. The Plaintiff reserves the right to submit a credit bid. DATED THIS 28 day of Aua~ast . 2012 Rich Green RICH GREEN Sheriff of Adams County, Idaho Published in .the Adams. County Record on September 05, 2012 * September 12, 2012 * September 19, 2012 Crossword -Puzzle NOTICE NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILE PRELIMINARY APPLICATION DOCUMENT, AND REQUEST TO USE TRADITIONAL LICENSING PROCESS On August 31, 2012, John B. Crockett, 3296 Snowflake, Boise, Idaho 83796, (208) 344-5319, filed with the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission: a notice of intent to file an application for a minor license; a preliminary application document (PAD); and a request to use the traditional licensing process CrLP) for the East Fork Ditch Hydropower Project. In addition, the Applicant requests a waiver of 18 CFR 4.38(c), pursuant to 18 CFR 4.38(a)(9) of the Commission's regulations. The project would be located on the East Fork Ditch in Adams County, Idaho near Council. The PAD is a compilation of existing, information about the project and affected resources and is available for inspection and reproduction at the Adams County Court House. The applicant proposes to use the TLP because it is bet- ter suited to small projects, the proposed project, and the environmental resources associated with the proposed project are known. Comments on use of the TLP are due to the Commission and potential applicant no later than October 1, 2012 and must reference the FERC Project No. 14355, --East Fork Ditch Hydropower Project. Any com- ments on use of the TLP should address: (1) likelihood of timely license issuance; {2) complexity of the resource issues; {3) level of anticipated controversy; (4) relative cost of the TLP co/npared to the Integrated Licensing Process; (5) the amount of available information and potential for significant disputes over studies; and (6) other pertinent factors. Respondents must submit an electronic filing pursuant to 385.2003(c) or an original and seven copies of their comments to the Secretary, FERC, 888 First Street, NE, Washington, DC 20426. Published in the Adams County Record on September 05, 2012 NOTICE 'I1~ CLUES ACROSS 1. Essential floral oil 34. Parrot nostril membrane 5. Boast 35. Moves into action 9. A way to travel on skis 37. Back talk 11. Austrian capital 38. A pointed end 13. Sensationalist journalism 39. British Air Aces 15. Taxidrivers 41.1st weekday 16. Atomic mass unit " 42. Sound in mind 17: A rock-boring tool 43. Hypothetical original matte1 19. Actress Farrow 45. Head covering 20. The trunk of a tree 46. Classical musical dramas 22. Satisfy toexcess 49. God of war & sky 23. Cleopatra's snake (Germanic) 24. Single-reed instrument 50. Beginnings 25. Volcanic mountain in 53. Coarse fabric used for bags Japan 55. High legislative assembly 26. Bon : witty remarks 56. What a ghost does 28. Competitors 57. Pats gently 31. Republic of Ireland 58. Ceases to live 32. Late Show host CLUES DOWN 1. N.M. National Lab: Los 29. German river 30. Fed 2. In columns 31. Large Australian flightles 3. Inclusive bird 4. Underground plant part 33. Lasso users 5. Top part of an apron 34. Spanish saloon 6. Confederate soldier 36. Common cracker 7. Make lively 37. Glided high 8. Metamorphic rock type 38. Draws from 9. Thrust with a weapon 40. Deceptive tactics 10. Russian space station 41. Conductance units 11. Rotates showing wind 42. Unit of loudness direction 44. Steins 12. As fast as can bc done (abbr.) 47. Express pleasure 14. Desalinate 48. A large amdunt 15. Marcus Porcius 51. Talk 18. Perching bird order 52. Belonging to a thing 21. Citizen rejects 54. Language spoken by the 26. Missing soldiers Khonds 27. Cantankerous Adams County Hazard Plans Available for Public Review The Adams County Multi-Hazard Mitigation Plan update, has been completed in draft form and is available to the public for review and comment at the locations listed below, Electronic copies may be viewed in pdf format at http://www.consulting-foresters.com/?id=clients, The public review phase of the planning process will be open from September 10th, 2012 thru September 28th, 2012. 501 N Galena St., Council, Council City Hall Idaho, 83612 401 Virginia St., New New Meadows City Hall Meadows, Idaho, 83654 The purpose of the Adams County Multi-Hazard Miligation Plan (MHMP) is to reduce the impact of hazards such as floods, landslides, severe weather, wildfire, extended power outage, crop loss, and terrorism/civil unrest on Adams County residents, landowners, businesses, communities, local governments, and state and federal agencies while maintaining appropriate emergency response capabilities and sustainable natural resource management policies. The MHMP identifies high risk areas as well as structures and infrastructure that may have an increased potential for loss due to a hazard event. The documents also recommend specific projects that may help prevent disasters from occurring altogether or, at the least, lessen their impact on residents and property. The MHMP is being developed by a committee of city and county elected officials and departments, local and state emergency response representatives, land managers, highway district representatives, and others. The Adams County MHMP includes risk analysis at the community level with predictive models for where disasters are likely to occur. Thtese Plans will enable Adams County and its communities to be eligible for grant dollars to implement the projects and mitigation actions identified by the committee. Although not regulatory, the MHMP will provide valuable information as we plan for the future. Comments on the MHMP must be submitted to the attention of Brad Tucker, Northwest Management Inc., at tucker@nmi2.com or mailed to PO Box 9748, Moscow, ID 83843 by close of business on September 28th, 2012. For more information on the Adams County MHMP update process, contact-Don Horton at 208-253-6125. Published in the Adams County Record on September 05, 2012 * September 12, 2012 * September 19, 2012 * September 26, 2012 When in doubt, make a fool of yourself. There So what the hell, leap. is a microscopically thin line between being brilliantly creative and acting like the -- Cynthia Heimel, "Lower most gigantic idiot on earth. Manhattan Survival Tactics"