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THE OHIO COUNTY 1 IMt~, HAI(t t- utx,.,, KI~NTUCK Y, MAY 5, 1977, SECTION !, PAGE I ~ INTENTION TO MINE th the provisions of notice is hereby given Inc., p. O. Box 617, Ky., intends to file an the surface mining of ely 183 acres located Horton in Ohio county. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE In accordance with the provisions of KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given that Weebro, Inc., P. O. Box 817, Central City, Ky., intends to file an application for the surface mining of approximately 100 acres located west operation is ap- of Horton in Ohio county. The 2 miles northeast of State proposed operation is approximately junction with U.S. Hwy.1 mile east of U.S. 62's junction with on Barnes Hill. the Green River Parkway and located of the area to be minednorthwest of Pigeon Creek. Probia Wickliff, Paris The surface of the area to be mined and Joe Howard. is owned by Weebro, Inc. In Memory Notice Miscella In loving memory of our mother, Mrs. Grace Whitehead, who passed away April 24, 1972, our father, Mr. W. C. Whitehead, who passed away April 29, 1973 and our wonderful daughter, Shirley Sue Horn, May 2, 1973. "Only Jesus can fill our emptiness for our morn, dad and daughter who we lost so close together. We miss them so much. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Paul NOTICE We will not be responsible for any accidents at open strip pit on property of the Bennett Heirs and Durwood Porter. 5-5 NOTICE: Anyone wishing to donate to mowing of Friendship Church of Christ Cemetery contact Estel Royal, Route 1, Fordsville. 5-5 We wish to express our thanks and appreciation to our many friends during the illness and following the death of our loved one. Thanks for the many prayers, lovely cards, beautiful flowers and delicious food. A special thanks to the personnel of the north wing of the Ohio County Hospital for their kindness and excellent nursing care; and to Dr. Billy R. Allen. Also, to Bro. William Holladay and Bro. GARAGE SALE: At Billy Burden's Building in Echols, Friday and Saturday from 8 to 3 p.m. Used clothing and furniture. 5-5 FLEA MARKET: Saturday May 7 starting 8 a.m. at the Old Aberdeen School House on Highway 231. There will be lots of misc. items, new car- pets and throw rugs. In case of rain, sale will be the following Saturday, Herrode and Mrs. Bobby Sheffield Dale Carden and to the Duke Funeral Not responsible for accidents. 5-5 of the kind of A brief description of the kind of All persons having claims against Home. pro osed is strimining activity proposed is strip P P . the estate of Ray. and Mrs. Arnett May God bless you. YARD SALE: Saturday, May7 from 9 area method, minmg by the area method. Williams, deceased, please file same The Family of Haygood Tom- to4, 120 Burton Court, Hartford, . on will be filed at the The application will be filed at the IN MEMORY OF MY MOTHE with the undersigned, properly blinson behind Medical Center. Postponed to ot Reclamation, Madison- Division of Reclamation, Madison- BERTHA NANCE wHo GOD proven, on or before July 5, 1977, or be ...... May 14 in case of rain. 5-5 .ca Office, Sugg Street, villa Area Office, Sugg Street, CALLED HOME DECEMBER forever barred. W. C. and Ruth Park The family of Rev. and Mrs. Arnett HUGE RUMMAGE SALE: From 8-? IlL, Kentucky 42431. Mad)sonvllle, Kentucky 42431. 16, 1976. Leach Co-Executors, 3402 Marycrest, Williams wishes to express their Saturday, May 7 at Beaver Dam ishing to object to the Persons wishing to object to the Owensboro, Ky. 42301. ~ HAPPYMOTHER'SDAYINHEAVEN sincere appreciation to the members Grade School gymnasium. Good .nt for Natural Resources Department for Natural Resources Ydt~ are home in H'eaven Dear Mother,. rol mental Protection as to and Environmental Protection as to Oh. so happy a,d so b, ght; ..... of the Concord Baptist Church, neigh- clothing and lots of miscellaneous. Ice of a mining permit must the issuance of a mining permit must There is perfect joy and beauty bors, and friends, who sent food, Sponsored by Beaver Dam PTA. 5-5 In that everlasting light. Those who have relatives in the flowers, and cards. A special thanks aCCordance with KRS 224 081 do soin accordance with KRS 224.081 Fairview Cemetery send your to Rev. Ham, the musicians, Dr. BAKE & RUMMAGE SALE: Friday must forward same to 'the (2) and must forward same to the, EveryAII the pain and grief is verrestless tossing passing,, donations to Onis Morris, Route 1, S. Johnson, the nurses and staff at the May 6, Centertown City Hall, Spon- r, Division of Reclamation, Director, Division of Reclamation, Youare now at peace forever, BOX 102, Horse Branch, Ky. 42349. The Ohio County Hospital and to the sored by Walton Creek Homemakers. Plaza Tower, Frankfort, Capital Plaza Tower, Frankfort, Softly home i~: tteaven at last. trust fund has been built to $2700. Our Danks Funeral Home. ty 40601. Ket tucky 40601. Jesus cameHimselfto meet you goal is $4,000. We would appreciate Louise, Ruth, Eunice & W. C. 5-5 in that way so hard to tread, your donations yearly until we reach Park RUMMAGE & BAKE SALE: Sport- And with Jesus'arm to lean on oar goal. 5-12 N01~ sored by Liberty Belles Homemakers You could have no doubt or dread. May we express publicly our ap- Club, May6&7beginningat8:00a.m. Morn ~'ou are sadly missed by all your children -- ICe lQved you so preciation to the donors of money, both days. Out Hwy. 231 just past flowers, food and shelter during the Thomas Industries at the boarded-up much./ In accordance with the provisions of funeral of Mary Mason. gas station. Rain or shine! Something YOUR DAUGHTERPAULINE KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given The Mason Families for everybody! 5-5 are ow being taken on approximately 110 acres. Irene | thatWeebro, Inc., P. O. Box 617, .Central City, Ky. intends to file an RUMMAGE SALE: May 5, 6, 7 blue i farm on Mining City Road, in Butler fount,/just off ., I application for the surface mining of We would like to thank all our and white trailer across from Ohio :i ray 269. Green river b0tt0m n timber, barn, other !1 TRIBUTE TO approximately 36 acres located west friends and neighbors for expressions County Rest Home from 8:30 to 5 p.m. :! ngs, 2 ponds. 1977 crop rescued. Seller pap 1977 taxes. | STANLEY BEATTY of Horton in Ohio county. The of sympathy extended to us during the 5-5 proposed operation is approximately . illness and death of our loved one. reserves the right to reiect all bids. 10%'down on | z knew a man who always cared1 1-3 miles East of U.S. 62's junction Special thanks to Bro. Dixon and Bro. FOUR FAMILY CARPORT SALE: : ol and with everything he always with the Green River Parkway and Baughn, the doctors and nurses, and 1010 White Ave, Friday, May 6, 8 to ? .' lance f bid, batancewhen eetaret-| shared. Hewo, uldfindfriends located northeast of Pigeon Creek. the Miller-Schapmire Funeral Home. 5-5 !_Dade to Ray Plummer Real Estate, th,711201North Main Street, 197 where ever he d go and when The surface of the area to be mined The Herman Martin Family am, Kentucky 42320. Bid II 'he d come home he'd let every- is owned by Peabody Coal Company. CAR WASH & BAKE SALE: Satur- :30 a.m. For more information call PLUMMER REAL ESTATE ! one know. He loved everyone day, 8-5, at theBeaver Dam Assembly i from the East to the West and A brief description of the kind of of God parking lot Adult supervision. !74-4491. all the children would sayhe smining activity proposed is strip COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY 5-5 : the best. At Christmastime : mining by the area method. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FREE: Puppies. Phone 274-9852. 5-5 ! his face was full ofgleeand heThe application will be filed at the BUREAU OF HIGHWAYS . would always put his arms Diviition of Reclamation, Madison- ' NOTICE TO CONTRACTOR$ GARAGE SALE: Friday and ! villa Area Office, Sugg Street, Sealed bids will be received by the around me. He always loved Madisonville, Kentucky 42431. Bureau of Highways, at its office, Frank- Saturday, 8 a.m., at 154 Twin Hills. fort, Kentucky until 10:00 A.M. Eastern Maternity clothes, sizes 18-20, all size ! things sweet, old, and new andPersons:wislatng :to object to theDaylight Time on the 19th day of May, clothing, miscellaneous household, : I would say he even loved you.Department for Natural Resources 1977, at which time bld will be publtely self contained 16 ft. trailer. 5-5 He loved us and we loved him, and Environmental Protection as toopened and read for the improvement of: but now we are singing a good-the issuance of a mining permit must OHIO COUNTY, SP 92-22,1: The Hart. YARD SALE: Friday and Saturday, ford-Centertown (KY 69) Road. bye hymn. He loved the Lord do so in accordance with KRS 224.081 Replacement of Superstructure of Bridge Hwy. 231 South, Beaver Dam, near and the Lord knew that and if (2) and must forward same to the over Drainage Ditch, 26 miles southwest Prentiss Road. TV antenna, twin bed oalu.uaws'"""'"l MAY 7 AT 1 P M I m right Iknow where ha'sat. ' Director, Division of Reclamation, of Hartford City Limits. and mattress, baby items, curtains, The Bureau of Highways hereby notifies clothes and miscellaneous. 5-5 Capital Plaza Tower, Frankfort, all bidders that it will affirmately insure By ROSE PATTERSON Kentucky 40601. that the contract entered into pursuant to RUMMAGE SALE: Saturday in first One mile North of ltartford on ttighway 231 at 136 01aton, Kentucky -- , , - this advertisement, minority business brick house across toll road on Hwy. ~ISCONTINUED MY I"ARM OPI~RATION AND IIAVE COMMISSIONED enterprises will be afforded full .Op- NK AUCTION SERVICE 1'O SELl. MY |:ARM EQUIPMENT: I portunity to submit bldm in response to this 1414. Clothes and miscellaneous. n Deers A tractor; 1966 die~l (; 705 ~,inneapolis Moline tractor; M30 ~~~] againstmVitatin'on andthe willgroundnOt ofbe race,discrimlnatedcoloror Cancelled if rain. 5-5 ack ha,,d. 6000 lb. capacity :, 2'/2 t't. roller; 12 ft. Massey-llarris disk; ' ~ j] PARGAS H naUona] origin in consideration for an FOUND: A black and white puppy, ~Vanee disk; 510 Ford mower; 508 Ford rake; Model 52OOliver baler; S00N ER OR LATER award. , approximately 6 weeks old, in the Bid Proposals for all projects will be Centertown area. Call 232-4937. 5-5 ~ch posthole digger: 2-14 3-pi)int hitch plows;rubber tire farm wagon; I ~ MAYTAG APPLIANCES available until 9:00 A.M. EASTERN ~ Crimper: 3-point hitch Buxh lit,g; 7 t't. Ford grader blade; Kelly front A Friend Will Tell You Ab~,ut r With hydr:lulic bucket: 1965 I"(~rd 2-ton truck, 18 ft. dump bed,~ain H Phoebe 274-4889 - lleavcr Dam ~ DAYLIGHT TIME, THURSDAY, May 19, RUMMAGE & MISCELLANEOUS cattle rack: 3-point hitch, 2-row ('orn drill; tractor seeder; 3-point hztch [[ 4"16 pull type plows: .l,,hn l)eere hammermill. I 0SBORNEIS FURNITURE Yotlr Ohio County 1977, at the Division of Contract Procurement. Bid Proposals for all SALE: Class of Lydia is sponsoring a S W tilN *ttt l Beaver l)am Phone 274 3011 l::S, Owner, R, e , " ' : " I 1020 Frederica St.- Owensboro, Ky.~[__ LP Gas Dealer projects will be available at a coat of $2 sale at Hartford Unlined Methodist ANDy FUNK, Auctioneer, liar tt'ord. Kentucky. Phone: 298-3747 I eachTreasurerand ofremittanCeKentucky payablemust accompanyt State 2:00.ChurChAllinkindsthe basementof goodies.MaY5-1214' 8:00- request for proposals. M~.Stort7:30 FrL-7-O0 & 900 Sot Son 2-7-9 Aam$2.00,$t.00 ... an army of one. FRIDAY- THURSDAY MAY 6- 12 (:LINT EASTWOOD JOSEY i ALES Detuxe D,s,ri l Warner ros Oh Warner C mon,ca,,ons Coml any te~lY ~13,t BEa~II W Dnve-in 274-3168 Only-Sl~rts 7:0@ Admtss,t~ I~.00 - Umier IZ Fre FRIDAY-SATuRDAY-SUNDAY -- p.m. 2.25 adults; 1.00 students; 50' other children PUPPET PROS FROM HARTFORD BAPTIST CHURCH AND STOUT HEARTED MEN {Barbershoppers) WILL ENTERTAIN CARRY OUT DINNERS AVAILABLE SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1977 AT 4 P.M. EAST THIRD STREET - BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY Auctions will be held the first and third Saturdays of each month from now on. Belmont Leonard - Owner Duncannon, Pa. Betty Smith - Auctmneer Licensed - Bonded (NON REFUNDABLE) BID PROPOSALS ARE ISSUED ONLY TO PREQUALIFIED CONTRACTORS. Specimen Proposak for all projects will be available to all interested partl at a cost of $2 each (NON REFUNDABLE). Specimen Proposals cannot be used for bidding. STRAWBERRIES: Pick your own, 7 miles north of Russellville on Ky. 79 at the Denzil Ray Orange farm, 35 cents quart. Bring own containers. 5-12 THE DEADLINE FOR ALL NEWS ITEMS, DISPLAY ADS, CLASSIF- IED ADS, ETC., IS NOW ON TUE- SDAY AT 5 P.M. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE In accordance with the provisions of KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given that Weebro, Inc., P. O. Box 617, Central City, Ky., intends to file an application for the surface mining of approximately 86 acres located west of Horton in Ohio county. The proposed operation is approximately 1 1-3 miles east of U.S. 62's junction with the Green River Parkway and located northeast of Pigeon Creek. The surface of the area to be mined is owned by Peabody Coal Company NOTICE OF INTENTION TO MINE ..... In accordance with the provisions of - KRS 350.055, notice is hereby given : .... that Weebro, Inc., P. O. Box 617, .... Central City, Ky., intends to file an :, application for the surface mining of : approximately 65 acres located west of Horton in Ohio county. The proposed operation is approximately l t-3 miles east of U.S. 62's junction with the Green River Parkway and located northwest of Pigeon Creek. The surface of th, area to be mined is ow , ed by Pea, beady. Coal Company. A brief description of the kind of A d( ,,:. :t'iotion of the kind of mining activity proposed is stripmining activity" proposed is strip mining by the area method, mining by the area method. The application will be filed at the The application will be filed at the Division of Reclamation, Madison-" Division of Reclamation, Madison- , villa Area Office, Sugg Street, villa Area Office, Sugg Street, Madisonville, Kentucky 42431. 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 (2) and must forward same to the Director, Division of Reclamation, Capital Plaza Tower, Frankfort, Kentucky 40601. Persons wishing to object to the :::i, Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection as. to the issuance of a mining permit must do so in accordance with KRS 224.0111 (2) and must forward same to the , Director, Division of Reclamation, Capital Plaza-Tower, Frankfort, 4O6O1. ....