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V TIlE OHIO COUNTY TIMES, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, APRIL 7, 1977 18 1 Notice We would like to take this op- portunity to thank each and everyone for the kindness shown during the recent illness and death of our loved- one Mr. Gus Sharp. Thank l you for the visits, flowers, cards, prayers and food we received. A special thanks to Rev. Phillips, Bro. Leonard Norris, Sister White, Mrs. Nancy King who furnished the music and the two girls, Ellen Risinger and Barbara King who sang so beautifully at the funeral. Your words of comfort and kindness will long be remembered. May God bless each of you. Thanks again, Mrs. Rosie Sharp & Family It can be very lonely in a far away hospital with family and friends in Kentucky and me stuck in Alabama. But, Morn, Dad, and Alice, you cared enough to come all those miles to see me and cheer me. Children sometimes forget how much our parents care for us -- but I'm lucky I've got the two "best" in the world and a wonderful caring sister. Thank you Morn, Dad, and Alice, you are always there when I need you. PV1 Kathryn T. McKenney 402-72-1891 Noble Army Hospital Room 310 Ft. McClellan, Ala. 36205 Supply Company SALES and SERVICE We're Here to Serve You Tichenor Chevrolet Olds & Buick, Inc. 724 Ilwy. 231 Ihnrtlord, Ky. I'h,.m: 298-325 I All persons having claims against the estate of George W. Stewart, deceased, please file same with the undersigned, properly proven, on or before May 17, 1977, or be forever barred. Persons owing said estate please settle at once. Lettie N. Stewart, Route 4, Utica, Ky. 42376. FOR SALE: IH 420 baler, excellent condition, '1500 IH 100 pull-type mower, overhauled last summer, real good condition, =500 IH rake, fair condition, *200 Phone 298-3873 Career insurance salesmen & sales managers for local area. Leads furnished. Up to $12,000 to start plus commissions, group hosp- italization and disability coverage available. For con- fidential interview send resume to: P. O. Box 701 C)wensboro, Ky. 42301 ......;.;.........;.:.;.;.;..;...;.;.;.;.;...;.;...;.......,.;.;.;...........,.,.,............:.:... .:-:*:.:.:.:.:.q'.:f :~:~'.;.~.'4. -'.'c¢4".:::.:.:~,:~.:.:.:,:~.:.:.:.~:.:~....:~ ....-,.;...,.... :...~.......:......:.:.:.~..!:.:,.,.,..:.................,............,........ COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION BUREAU OF HIGHWAYS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE Sealed bids will be received by the Bureau of Highways, at its office, Frank- In accordance with the provisions of fort, Kentucky until 10:00 A,M. Eastern KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given Standard Time on the 21 day of April, 1977, that: Patrick D. Price Petroleum,at which time bids will be publicly opened Inc., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and read for the improvement of: LYON CALDWELL - BUTLER . intends to file an application for the HOPKINS -MUHLENBERG- OHIO - surface mining of approximately 22 GRAYS•N-HARDIN COUNTIES: MP 72- acres located four miles north of Hwy. 231 on Hwy. 505, property known as the Anna Barnes Co., Select, Ken- tucky. The surface of the area to be mined 9001-3-5, MP 17-9001-5-21, MP 16-9001-87-88, MP M-9001-2143, MP 89-9001-43-65, MP 92- 9001-65-87, MP 43-9001-88-119, MP 47-9001- 116-136: The Western Kentucky Parkway ' from near Eddyville to Elizabeth,own, a distance of 133.121 miles. Signing and Sign is owned by Anna Barnes Co. Refurbishing. i A brief description of the kind of The Bureau of Highways hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively insure mining activity proposed is strip that in any contract entered into pursuant mining, to this advertisement, minority business The application will be filed at the enterprises will be afforded full op. Division of Reclamation, Madison- per,unity to submit bids in response to this ville, Area Office, Sugg Street, |nvitation, and will not be discriminated Madisonville, Kentucky 42431. Persons wishing to object to the Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection as to the issuance of a mining permit must do so in accordance with KRS 224.081 I2) and must forward same to the Director, Division of Reclamation, Capital Plaza Tower, Frankfort, Kentucky, 40601. "dVO4YOOUOOdYOOOUUO00 NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE In accordance with provisions of the KRS 350.055 notice is hereby given that Southwind Coal Mining Com- pany, Inc., 950 Swan St., Louisville, Ky. 40204, intends to file an ap- • • plication for the surface mining of • approximately 95.97 acres, 2.27 miles • South West of Rosine, Ky., in Ohio • • County. The proposed operation is • approximately 1 mile North West of • Mt. Pleasant Church and l /t miles • North East of Mt. Zion Church. • The surface of the area to be mined • is owned by Sam and Ezra Crowder, • of Mt. Pleasant and Rosin• Road in • Ohio County, Ky. The kind of mining • • proposed is strip mining, restored to • its original contour. • The application will be filed at the • • Division of Reclamation, P. O. Box • 556; Madisonville, Ky. 42431. • P rsoffs wishing to object to the • Department for Natural Resources• and Environmental Protection as to the issuance of/[ mining permit must ,do so in accordance with KRS 224.081 (2) and must forward same to Director of Reclamation,, Capital Plaza Tower, Frankfort, Ky. 40601. Southwind Coal Mining Co., Inc. "O0000000000 pPooo p, , against on the ground of race, color or national origin in consideration for an award. Bid proposal.s for all projects will be available until 9:00 A.M. EASTERN STANDARD TIME, THURSDAY, April 21, 1977, at the Division of Contract Procurement. Bid Proposals for all projects will be available at a cost of $2 each and remittance payable to State Treasurer of Kentucky must accompany request for proposals. (NON REFUN- DABLE) BID PROPOSALS ARE ISSUED ONLY TO PREQUALIFIED CON- TRACTORS. Specimen proposals for all projects will be available to all interested parties at a cost of $2 each (NON REFUNDABLE), Specimen proposals cannot be used for bidding. Wanted tlELP WANTED: Homemakers! If you have a good education and can work 15 to 24 hours per week, write to: George McClure, 119 South Clagget St., Leitchfield, Ky. 4-7 WANTED: Babysitter, 2 days a week for four year old and 9 month old. Call 298-7288. 4-7 HELP WANTED: Maintenance man. Apply in person. Professional Care Home, Hartford. 4-7 The deadline for news items, class- ified ads, display ads.' at 5:00 p.m. Tuesday. THANK YOUR!! The TIMES ill Ill I I I I Shoe Repair PIONEER SHOE SERVICE 107 W. 1st St.- Beaver Dam Steel Toe Boots & Miner's Belts MSA Comfo-Caps & Battery Pouches Dress, Work and Western Boots in Wide Sizes CLOSED THURSDAYS I I April 9 - ANDY FUNK - Auctioneer SHULTZ ROAD, NORTH ON HIGttWAY 69, THEN EAST ON HIGtlWAY 878 (Cedar Grove Road)TO SHULTZ-NARROWS ROAD. OWNERS: V and G. WESTERFIELD BUILDING MATERIALS & SUPPLIES TOOLS & EQUIPMENT I I (h & Sweeney Sts. - Owensboro, Ky. - Phone 502-684-6244 Illl IIII We Cordially Invite You To See The All New 3 Bedroom Built for Modern °Living NOW ON IIIIII cture 4050 Highway 60 East • Phone 926-4310 our number I shoe for ... FIT... ENDICOT TRAIL BLAZER BOOTS , AND W| MAV! VOUa S*IE~ KING PIONEER SHOE SERVICE 107 W. Is, STREET - CLOSED Thursdays - BEAVER DAM, KY. • OOOOOOOOOOOOO0•OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO••OO04@ ~eoooeeooeoeoeoeoeeooeooooe~•oeo8' FOR HOUSEHOLD APPLIANCES VISIT WASHERS -- DRYERS "World Famous For Oependability" O Oldest Maker Of Refrigerators For The Home • o Air Conditioners oDish Washers 0 | • Home Freezers • Ranges : Beaver Dam O MiscelL Wanted READY TO BUILD: Store for per- manent tenant on Main Street, Beaver Dam, near bank. Call 274- 3306. 4-14 YARD SALE: Trash and Treasure Flea Market will re-open April 8 and 9. For more information contact 298- 7585 after 5 p.m. 4-7 LEACH'S BAIT SHOP: Live bait. Open 7 to 7, 7 days weekly. 129 Sycamore Street, Hartford, Ky. 4-28 THE NEW ALL NEW Flea Market & Farmer's Market, downtown Hart- ford, behind the Sunoco Station on Hwy. 231. Come one, come all! Every Friday and Saturday. For more in- formation, call Don Rickel 298-3382. WANTED: To do remodeling, new structureS, concrete work, complete provement. Call anytime, WANTED: Clocks and repairs, all kinds. Call Sherman Babbitt, Hig TOP CASH PRICE PAID clean furniture and a Rudy's Furniture, 420 Owensboro. 685-1279. tfn WANTED: Part-time home economics, health or service field by young pre-schooler. Degree Economics and 6 years social services. Call 274-430& RUMMAGE SALE: April 8 and 9 second house off 69 on old Fordsville road. Clothes and miscellaneous, antique clock, 9-?. Postponed to next week if rains. 4-7 YARD SALE: Dishes, jewelry, lots of miscellaneous. Friday and Saturday at the Trash and Treasure Mart on Main St., Hartford. 4-7 FLEA MARKET & BAKE SALE: Next to the Family Center, Hartford, Saturday April 9 from 8 to ?. Spon- sored by the Ohio County Humane Society. 4-7 WANTED: Babysitting. care for children in my ages 1 to 6 years old. 274-9208. WANTED: Student wantS mow, also gardening work jobs. Will furnish referenceS. 7566. 4-28 WANTED TO RENT: poundage. Call 298-3308 or 14 WANTED: Cow manure. 7859. 4-14 GARAGE SALE: Saturday April 9 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.U.S. Hwy. 231 iiiilii South of Beaver Dam, three houses before the drive-in. Clothing, kitchen Water rete tkm i| • many~werwelght I e~ utensils, roll-away bed, kitchen table product whie e. help and chairs. 4-7 water a ::::::: flr y~t to try, Lose TWO FAMILY YARD SALE: •sly ,Lm..Ney Saturday and Sunday 8-4. Womens,>:':':' PINKS' PHARMACY dishes and some Depression glass, iiiii!ii BEAVER DAM DRUGS and some antiques. The 3rd brick i! ii!i! Beaver Dam, house past Southern School on right. 4-7 FOR INFORMATION LEADING TO ARREST AND CONVICTION PERSON OR PERSONS INVOLVED IN THEFT OF ARIEN'S TILLER, MADE BY BRILLIAN IRONWORKS, BRILLIAN, STOLEN OUT MAPLES ROAD NEAR BROWN-BADGETT HoRTOft STRIP MINES. Contact THURSTON ROCK Route 3, Beaver Dam, 274-7762 IS on air 0fl t0y0uby AM - 1600 Stereo FM - 106.3