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ENCE Is In at, Martin Hart- ntucky. bonds, nce, hail, 298-3413. T -=el chairs, Other Spinks&apos; Hart- t. SERVICE . calls. and TV Ser- 'Dam, Ken- 274-4575. Kitchen 3O' !RING 0LEUM By SMITH 7166 q ,,_.. THE OHIO COUNTY rgjr/./r,lF " Court News James R, Binnett, im- $10, cost $18, paid $28. FOR YOUR ELECTRICAL need call H. & W. Electric, Embry Shopping Center, Beaver Dam, Ky. Phone 274- 3614. tfn PRESCRIPTIONS come first with us. You can rely on Spinks' Pharmacy and Beaver Dam Drug Company for the finest in phar- maceutical supplies. NEW AND USED Sewing machines and vacuum cleaners, Murphy Sewing Machine Co., 710 Triplett St., Owensboro, Ky., phone 684-5566. WANTED: Inside and outside painting. Call 274- 7888. KIRBY VA('UUM ('I.EANERS Purchase your Kirby where you can get it serviced. Guaranteed reconditioned Kirbys, $49.95. Repairs and parts, all makes. Kirby Co., 1126 Triplet( St., Owensboro, Ky, 684-2788, 685-1873. De= tieDeeDeDcocciDeeD,ODD* : PARGAS : : ,  MAYTAGAPPLIANCES ! " BEAVER DAM ; PHONE 2744889 : i "Your Ohio County : : L.P. Gas Dealer : = * e e e * e =o * e o o ee Q eo at Super Test Truck Discount Z Materials & Supplies Tools& Equipment 11 02-684-6244 S CORPORATION OF CENTRAL CITY 'nce In A Lifetime Sale" gas heaters and bulk tanks. tP only, we can offer you a automatic gas heater with a Including taxes, completely (Heater rated for up to 6 flue with normal gas it, same offer for only heater same offer for only P. OR NATURAL GAS ee Beyond The Sale" ' wLnt,. -act now. This is the best PALL IJS TODAy FOR FREE ESTIMATE TEXGAS CORPORATION DISTRIBUTOR OF Itwy. 70 W. Central City FOR SALE: Brick home, 300 Western Ave., Hartford. Four bedrooms, dining room. fireplace, two-car garage, two full baths, large utility room, dishwasher, carpeted, central air. Call 298-7165. Financing available. F()R SALE: House, 5 rooms, bath, gas furnace, part basement, lot 100 x 200 with garden spot, 2 storage buildings. 4414 S. Main St. Beaver Dam. 274-7349. FOR SALE: House in Centertown, 5 rooms and bath. 1 acre of land, near school on blacktop road, call 232-4976. FOR SALE: Newly painted 2 bedroom home with carpet. 825 West 4th St., Beaver Dam. Maw's Kitchen BLT's 55' NOTICE: All persons having claims against the estate of John Ray Mitchell, deceased, will file same with the undersigned properly proven on or before August 1, 1972, or be forever barred. Gilmore Mitchell Executor Dundee, Kentucky NOTICE: All persons wishing to help on mowing of East Providence Cemetery send donations to: W.J. Silver , Beaver Dam, Ky. NOTICE: All persons having claims against the estate of Otha West, deceased, will file same with the undersigned properlyproven on or before May 19, 1972, or beforever barred. tlubert West, Administrator 537 Mulberry St. Hartford, Ky. NOTICE Public auction May 13 at 2 p.m. at Weedman Motors in Beaver Dam. In loving memory of my mother. Ethel King. This will he two Mother's Days you have been gone. Mum I still miss you very much on that day. Hope you are at rest and peace. There is no one who can take your place. You are missed by your daughter, Juanita Foster. In memory of John Woodburn who passed away 5 years ago May 16, 1967. You had to leave so suddenly without a goodbye. You were gone before I knew it. I miss the sound of your footsteps daily and voice so dear. It is sad when I look for you home each day and you never come. I thank the Lord you had the ability to communicate the beauty of the common place. I have heard you say you loved to watch vegetables grow, see flowers bloom and trees bud. You knew you were watching the hands of God you loved all people. Especially appreciated the ones like Jewels that shown ::::::::.'::::'.<:: fl "How old you are Several cars to be sold for brightest in darkness. wrecker and storage Your soul was a bud of is your business, bills. Come in and see. Eternity when you were a !I How 01d you 100k member of the Masonic i:i . . , ............................. Lodge--you were always a .. IS mine [ i Mason at heart. il Sadly missed by wife, Notice For Free  If you are interested in [ Mamie Woodburn. i Complimentary Facial iil Call 298-7130 NOW! ii:.:.:::.:'.::::::::::.':::.:...:',.6:::  : the upkeep of Clear Run : i Cemetery please give or i  " send your contribution to : [ Almaline Dennis or i oogoogooggogooggoool'  Isabel Watts. [ [/. AllTypesOf I -- ................. ooeoeeoeoeoee.o / P nd 1 : ainting a 6:oo o o, K 00erm Program Maw's Kitchen I Repair Work Done I 6:25 Co. Extension Service ) m6:30 State/Local News o [ Ca!1298.7023or298.3936 I 006:35 Birthdays/Anniversaries o Melba Peach Salad 6:36 Daily Shoo, Menu o q , IT & S Painting & Repairs I o 7:00 World Report o L Ro.te 3.,a,tfo. g. j o07:05 Daily School Menu = 07:25 Earl Nightingale = o o7:30 The Local Scene = m 7:45 Bulletin Board o 8:45 Birthdays/Anniversaries = o 9:00 Morning Devotions o 9:30 Kentucky News 10:00 TNT, Time 'N' Temp o 110:45 Bulletin Board o 11:30 State/Local News 12:00 Hymn of Day = == 12:15 Livestock Report - 12:25 Co. Extension Service 12:30 The 12:30 Report o 2:00 TNT, Time "N' Temp 2:05 Birthdays/Anniversaries 2:30 Kentucky News o 2:45 Bulletin Board o o 3:00Rock o o3:00 Rock Music o 3:30 World/Nat'l News = 4:00 TNT, Time 'N' Temp = o4:30 Road Show News 04:45 Bulletin Board = m 5:00 World Report m 6:30 State/Local News O COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed bids will be received by the Department of High- ways, at its office, Frank- fort, Kentucky, until 10:00 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time on the 18lh day of May, 1972, at which time bids will be publicly opened and read for the improvement of: WARREN-BUTLER- OHIO- COUNTIES. BOP 18; The Green River Parkway. Construction of Toll plaza facilities at US 231. near Bowling Green. US 231 near Morgantown and Ky. 69 near Hartford (PLANS, SPECI tICATIONS AND PROPOSAL FORMS WILL BE SOLD AT A TOTAL COST OF $7.00) Bid proposals for all projects will be available until 12:00 NOON EASTERN DAYLIGHT TIME on the day preceding the bid opening at the Division of Contract Procurement at a cost of $2 each. Bid proposals are issued only to prequalified contractors. Remittance payable to the State Treasurer of Kentucky must accompany request for proposals. EXAMINATION TO BE HELD TO FILL A VACANCY IN A COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT On Tuesday, May 30, 1972, at 1 p.m. an examination will be held at the Daviess County Health Depart- merit in Owensboro, Ky. for the position of Licensed Practical Nurse in the Daviess County Health Department. Minimum requirements for admittance to the examination are: Graduation from a school of practical nursing which meets the minimum requirements set by State law. Registration in conformance with the Nurse Practice Act in the State of Kentucky-OR, Successful completion of the total nursing curriculum for the waivered licensed practical nurse as approved by and recorded with the Division of Health Occupations, Bureau of CVocational Education, State Department of Education and registration in conformance with the Nurse Practice Act in the State of Kentucky. The beginning salary is $395 per month. Persons interested in taking this examination can obtain further details and an application blank from the Daviess County Health Department, or by writing to the Merit System Office, Kentucky State Department of Health, 275- East Main Street, Frankfort, Kentucky. Applications must be received by the Merit System Office or be post- marked on or before midnight Thursday, May 25, 1972. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE New 3 bedroom brick veneer, carpet throughout, carport. New 3 bedroom with attached double garage, carpet, central air condition. Income property, duplex in Beaver Dam. 3 bedroom house, Beaver Dam, $11,500. House on large lot, Hartford, $11,500. Commercial frontage on US 231 N. Beaver Dam. Building lot, Iron Mt Estates, Hartford. Building lot inside and outside city limits. 8 rooms and bath, 2/2 acres, in Centertown. Large 3 bedroom home on large lot in Beaver Dam, carpet, drapes, dishwasher, paved drive and garage. Three bedroom, brick veneer, full basement, carport. 2V2 acres. New three bedroom, brick veneer with carpet throughouL Carport. Three acres, one-half mile out of Centertown. 20 acres. Will sell all or part. 3 bedroom brick, at- tached garage with electric door, central air conditioning, dishwasher and disposal, carpet throughout, patio, tower antenna, gas grill. I am in need of farm property to sell. Call 274- 3361 for listings. H.J. CROWE Real Estate & Insurance 117 W. First St. Beaver Dam, Ky. Phone 274-3361 Home 274-4429 Maw's Kitchen kfint Stk 1  2 eggs. sliced tomatoes. coffee, toast SEX Now That We Have Caught Your Eye, Let Us Suppgy You With Evergreens And Trees, And Do Your. Prun- ing, Mulching And Tree Topping. FULLER & HOWARD NURSERY Beaver Dam, Tel. 274-7597 proper passing, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Robert Dale Campbell, assault and battery amended to disorderly conduct, plea of guilty, 10 days in jail probated 20 mo. on condition he does not come back on similar charge. Ray Deckery, damaging private property, plea of guilty $10, cost $25 and satisfied complainant, paid $35 Joe Gamble Trucking Service, no 1971 Ky. cab card in vehicle, plea of guilty $19, cost $18, $4 of fine suspended, paid $33. Virginia Gay Wideman, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Inn Perkins, spreading slanderous report, plea of not guilty, made bond of $500, trial set for May 5, 1972. Jewell Major Ball, driving while intoxicated, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, paid $120. Charles Robert Simpson, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Emmett Embry,, public drunk, plea of guilty, given 9 days in jail. Alvie Embry, public drunk, plea of guilty, given 9 days in jail Michael E. Sago, public drunk, plea of guilty $10, cost $25 and 10 days in jail, probated 2 years, paid $35. Johnny Clay Daugherty, improper take off from parked position, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, fine suspended, paid $25. Dorothy Ward Buck, operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcoholic beverages, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, paid $120. Connie Mack Duke, public drunk, plea of guilty $20, cost $25, paid $45. Donnie Ray Hart, reckless driving, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, paid $35. Carl George Worthington, public drunk, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. John W. Harris, driving motor vehicle in improper lane on limited access high- way, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Paul Harry Miller Jr., speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. John Lawrence Baker, improper.passing, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. S Stepheny Forgue White, James Coppage, public drunk, plea of guilty, given l0 days in jail. James Coppage, grand larceny, plea of not guilty, trial set for June 2, 1972, bond set at $1000. Frank J. Wolf, public drunk, plea of guilty, given 10 days in jail. Frank J. Wolf, petit larceny, plea of not guilty, trial set for June 2, 1972, bond set at $500. Frank J. Wolf, grand larceny, plea of not guilty, bond set at $1000, trial set for June 2, 1972. McLean Trucking, overweight on tandum axle, plea of guilty $87, cost $13, paid $100. J. R. Drake, threatening to do bodily harm, plea of not guilty, bond set at $500, trial set for June 2, 1972. Oscar Drake, threatening to do bodily harm, plea of not guilty, made bond for $500, trial set for June 2, 1972. Edward Lu Gillim, speeding, plea of guilty $10. cost $25, fine suspended, paid $25. Richard Mitchell Moseley, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Wendell G. Baize, public drunk, plea of guilty $50, cost $20, paid $70. Teunis Ferrce McClain, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. William Taylor McGuire, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Gilbert Henderson, driving while intoxicated, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, paid $120. W.G. Howard, public drunk, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, paid $35. James W. Howard, public drunk, plea of guilty $10, cost $25, paid $35. Robert Ruth Petty, dr|frigi'while : intofVlT, plea of guilty $100, cost $20, paid $120. Layman Hopper, no drivers permit, plea of not guilty, made cash bond, trial set for June 2, 1972. Layman Hopper, driving while intoxicated, plea of not guilty, made cash bond, trial set for June 2, 1972. Stephen N. Perry, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Charles Allen Tunstill, speeding, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $28. Jacqueline Rock Morris, improper passing, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, fine suspended, paid $18. Score speeding amended to ] /rH[jj',J-,, -| disorderly conduct, plea of : The Canasta Club and the aith guilty $10, cost$18, paid $28. Finess Club Marcia Gray Lane, represe ed al Enterp.rlses costSpeeding' plea of guilty $10,$18, paid $28. Show.JUnir omat John Dority Wilson, Winni g in Radio  speeding amended to 65 Canasta Club  Television  m.p.h., plea of guilty $10, Charlotte Todd cost $18, paid $28. Jacki Fin ,  Kenneth Ray Doolin, table and Mrs. ,122W. 2nd St .Beaver Dam  1 driving while under the | __ Call 274-7874 I influence of alcohol, I "" I amended to reckless AUCTION Thursday - May 25 - 10 A.M. LOCATION: 2 miles west of Centertown, just north of Ky. 69 Auction Site - Masonic Building In Centertown SELLING ....... * 279 acres of land * All timber rights * All coal rights except No. 9 vein * Core drilling favorable on No. 14 coal * All oil and gas rights TERMS: 10% down, balance with delivery of deed within 30 days. For financing information call the Auctioneer. OWNERS: Rev. and Mrs. George W. Phillips, Louisville, Ky. AUCTIONED BY ][UIZ driving, plea of guilty $10, cost $13, made Replevin Bond. Kenneth Ray Doolin, improper passing, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, made Replevin Bond. Dennis Dalton Ralph, reckless driving, plea of guilty $10, cost $18, paid $28. Wilford Ray Dockery, public drunk, plea of guilty Illl III II N 110 EAST FIRST- OWENSBORO - 683-0758 were well represented at the Hartford Junior Woman's Club Style Winning in cards in the were Mrs. and Mrs. Jackie Finley at the first Norma Hawkins and Mrs. Janice Davis at the second table. Substitutes for the club were Mrs. Janice Davis and Mrs. Jackie Finley. The Finess Club first table winner was Mrs. Martha Heeler, a substitute. Other substitutes were Mrs. Betty Radford, and Mrs. Georgia Conway. A table of Crazy-Eight Club members also joined the card playing. Many bridge club players at other tables seem to be enjoying the style show. Wo E. BROWN AGENCy 1 1 1 Center Street P.O. Box 44 Hartford, Kentucky 42347' FOR YOUR AUTO, FIRE, HOMEOWNERS, FARMOwNERS, LIFE, LIABILITY, MOBILE HOME OR OTHER INSURANCE NEEDS SEE: Licensed agents: W. E. Brown, Etheline Brown PHONES: office 298-3473 from post office), 81 II i I