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CLASSIFIEDS/LEGAL ADVERTISING KA ENTUCKIAN Advertising REACHING OVER 99,000 READERS ONE ORDER • ONE BILL • ONE LOW PRICE PLACE YOUR DISPLAY AD IN 9 FINE KENTUCKY NEWSPAPERS 54 $ 73 Contract Rates: 6x - 12x: $49.80 1x - 5x 13x - 25x: $47.06 26x - 38x: $44.87 COLUMN INCH 39x or more: $42.14 COLUMN DISPLAY AD INCH New Horizon Health Systems Currently accepting applications for State Certi ed Nursing Assistants *Current SRNA Certi cation *HS Diploma or GED *drug test and background check required *Experience preferred WANTED STANDING TIMBER Nolin River Logging, LLC Specializing in Walnut, Oak, Ash & Cherry In business since 1983. Call Robert 270-528-1537 E arl’s Sealing Specializing in Sealcoating, Blacktop Driveways, Commercial Parking Areas & Repairing Cracks F REE ESTIMATES! Please submit applications to New Horizon Health System 330 Roland Avenue Owenton, KY 40359 Attn: Human Resources An Equal Opportunity Employer O nly the Latest Sealing Equipment “To add 1 lb. of sand to a gallon of sealer adds to the life of your driveway” Over 51 yrs experience! Call 845-1601 4701 Lake Jericho Rd., Smithfield, KY 40068 2008 Ford F250 FX4 Super Cab, Super Duty, auto, all power, red, black leather interior, 8 cyl., 4WD, limited slip axle, bed liner, goose neck trailer package, 85K miles, runs great! $23,500. Call 502-633-4900 or 502-649-4046. ~ Auction ~ Bargains Within & Auction House 44 Saturday, March 24 • 5:30 pm 10070 Hwy 44 E Mt. Washington, KY 502-538-0605 W O O D AU C T I O N OOD AUCTION C E N T E R L LC . ENTER LLC. AUCTIONS FRIDAYS @ 5:30 P.M. TERMS: CASH or CHECK RICKY WOOD AUCTIONEER 502-633-9597 - #13653 The Kentuckiana Kentuc Classif ieds ar e your sour ce t o buy, sell and buy, tr ade. T r y it…it ’ s easy! PUBLIC AUCTION The Anderson News | Wednesday, March 21, 2012 | B9 LEGAL NOTICES MASTER COMMISSIONER’S SALE In order to comply with the orders of the Anderson Circuit Court, the Master Commissioner will sell the property described in the following actions on Thursday, March 29, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. in the Anderson County Courthouse, Lawrenceburg, Kentucky. The property shall be sold to raise the amounts hereinafter set forth, together with interest and the costs of this action, and upon the following terms and conditions (unless otherwise indicated): (1) At the time of the sale, the successful bidder shall either pay cash or make a deposit of ten percent (10%) of the purchase price, with the balance on credit for thirty (30) days. In the event the successful bidder elects to credit the balance, he or she will be required to post bond and furnish surety acceptable to the Master Commissioner. The bond shall be for the unpaid purchase price and bear interest and the rate of twelve percent (12%) per annum until paid in full. (2) PLEASE NOTE: The real estate SHALL BE SOLD SUBJECT TO ALL city, state, county, and school real estate taxes, whether current or delinquent. (3) Where the real estate has insurable improvements, the successful bidder shall, at his or her own expense, carry fire and extended coverage insurance on said improvements from the date of sale until the purchase price is fully paid, to the extent of the Court appraised value of said improvements or the unpaid balance of the purchase price, whichever is less, at a minimum, with a loss clause payable to the Master Commissioner or the appropriate Plaintiff. Failure of the successful bidder to effect such insurance shall not affect the validity of the sale or the successful bidder’s liability thereunder, but shall entitle, but not require, the Plaintiff(s) to effect said insurance and furnish the policy or evidence thereof to the Master Commissioner, if it so desires, and the premium thereon or the property portion thereof shall be charged to the successful bidder as the successful bidder’s cost. (4) The property shall otherwise be sold free and clear of any right, title and interest of all parties to the action and of their liens and encumbrances thereon excepting easements and restrictions of record in the Anderson County Clerk’s Office, and such right of redemption which may exist in favor of the United States of America or the Defendant(s), and any matters disclosed by an accurate survey and inspection of the property. SALE 1 JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. vs. Steven Paul Coates, et al. 09-CI-00022, to raise $110,436.34, plus interest and court costs. Ashley R. Carnes, attorney for Plaintiff, 513/241-3100. 309 Gailane Being a certain dwelling and Lot 23, Woodland Park Subdivision, Addition 2, Plat Cabinet A, Slide 9. Deed Book 126, Page 271. SALE 2 Chase Home Finance, LLC, et al. vs. Derrick Curtsinger, et al., 09-CI-00362, to raise $86,226.00, plus interest, court costs, and attorney’s fees. Kristen J. Mudd, attorney for Plaintiff, 513/241-3100. 1036 David Drive Being a certain dwelling home and Lot 21, Block B, of Hunter Subdivision. Deed Book 203, Page 240. SALE 3 Kentucky Housing Corporation vs. James E. Elkin, et al., 10-CI-00100, to raise $95,569.51, plus interest and court costs. Stephen R. Solomon, attorney for Plaintiff, 502/585-8511. 104 Hunter Ridge Being all of Lot 49 of Hunter Ridge Estates. Deed Book 202, Page 547. SALE 4 North American Tax Solutions, LLC vs. Thomas R. Fournier, 11-CI-00093, to raise $119,873.63, plus interest and court costs. Teresa Hill, attorney for Plaintiff, 859/523-1520. 224-226 Hunter Ridge Drive Being a certain dwelling duplex and Lot 20, of Hunter Ridge Estates. Deed Book 214, Page 738. SALE 5 J PMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. vs. Jesse Freeman, 10-CI-00517 to raise $94,209.44, plus interest and court costs. Angela M. Goad, attorney for Plaintiff, 513/241-3100. 132 Hunter Ridge Drive Being a certain dwelling home and Lot 35, of the Hunter Ridge Estates Subdivision. Deed Book 198, Page 534. SALE 6 CitiMortgage, Inc., vs. Darrel Hawkins, et al., 11-CI-00282, to raise $84,135.82, plus interest and court costs. David E. Johnson, attorney for Plaintiff, 513/241-3100. 100 Park Lane Being a certain dwelling home and lot of real estate of the Woodland Park Subdivision. Deed Book 178, Page 4. SALE 7 Wells Fargo Bank N.A. vs. Matthew Craig Johnson, et al., 11-CI-00293, to raise $282,890.07, plus interest and court costs. Michael R. Brinkman, attorney for Plaintiff, 513/241-3100. 1060 Hawthorne Lane Being a certain dwelling home and approximately 5.38 acres. Deed Book 213, Page 451. SALE 8 Chase Home Finance, LLC vs. Donnie Kates, et al., 10-CI-00542, to raise $29,076.44, plus interest, court costs, and attorney’s fees. Stephanie A. Maguire, attorney for Plaintiff, attorney for Plaintiff, 513/241-3100. 133 Waterfill Avenue Being a certain lot of real estate. Deed Book 186, Page 585. SALE 9 J PMorgan Chase Bank, N.A. vs. Mary Kelly, et al., 11-CI-00007, to raise $79,507.55, plus interest and court costs. Patricia Johnson, attorney for Plaintiff, 513/241-3100. 117 Holly Court Being all of Lot 220, Unit 4-C, of the Greenwood Subdivision. Deed Book 170, Page 697. SALE 10 HSBC Bank USA, National Association vs. Teresa Snow, et al., 09-CI-00506, to raise $76,037.84, plus interest and court costs. David V. Boyce, attorney for Plaintiff, 859/655-8420. 160 Fairview Avenue Being a certain dwelling home and lot of real estate. Deed Book 219, Page 300. SALE 11 Nationstar Mortgage LLC vs. Joseph G. Sullivan, et al., 10-CI-00514, to raise $95,560.56, plus interest and court costs. Maura E. Binder, attorney for Plaintiff, 614/222-4921. 218 Whitney Avenue Being a certain dwelling home Lot 10, Tract A, HillN-Dale Subdivision. Deed Book 225, Page 22. SALE 12 Aurora Loan Services, LLC vs. Billy G. Meece, et al., 11-CI-00055, to raise $86,721.78, plus interest and court costs. Victoria Kadreva Holmes, attorney for Plaintiff, 614/222-4921. 103 Hunter Ridge Drive Being a certain dwelling home and Lot 54, Hunter Ridge Estates. Deed Book 208, Page 358. SALE 13 Kentucky Bank vs. Steve Walling, et al., 11-CI-00262, to raise $143,266.87, plus interest and court costs. Shannon Upton Johnson, attorney for Plaintiff, 859/987-9879. 1939 Glensboro Road Tract One (1) containing approximately 9.75 acres, Deed Book 210, Page 397. Tract Two (2) being 1.344 of the Walling Addition, Plat Cabinet C, Slide 81, Deed Book 213, Page 451. All Deed Books and/or Plats, Anderson County Clerk’s Office. William L. Patrick Master Commissioner Anderson Circuit Court WARSAW, KY Saturday, March 24th, 2012, 10:00 a.m. MAINES AUCTION CENTER 202 WASHINGTON ST. ACROSS FROM COURTHOUSE ADDITIONAL LEGAL ADVERTISING APPEARS ON PAGE B10 FROM I-71 TAKE EXIT 57 THEN NORTH TO WARSAW TURN RIGHT ON US 42 THEN IMMEDIATE LEFT ON WASHINGTON ST. SELLING ANTIQUES & HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, GLASSWARE AND COLLECTABLES SEE AUCTIONZIP.COM FOR LISTING & PICTURES DARRELL MAINES AUCTIONEER 202 WASHINGTON ST. WARSAW, KY 859-567-4611 OR 859-567-7091 AUCTION Friday, March 23 • 6:30 p.m. Bagdad Ruritan Club FARM EQUIPMENT CONSIGNMENT AUCTION In Conjunction w/Newton Auction Service Saturday, April 7th, 2012 - 10am 10% Commission ($300 Max.) Per Item 2% Buyback ($100 Max) Per Item All Buybacks must be paid day of sale Location: Sale held at New s Auction. Take I-71 to Exit 44, to Hwy. 227, 3 miles north to city limits of Carrollton, KY. Watch for signs. The following will be sold - very large sale: TOOLS & MISC.: Craftsman yard cart, stack tool chest, work bench, chainsaw, open/box tools, socket sets, hedge trimmer, Pro-Tech charger, paint sprayer, drill bits, jack plane, cordless drill/box, wood chisels, Scott seeder, rubber tire garden wagon, ramps, saws, Skill saw, 10 rod/reels, tackle box/baits, 6 separate reels, files, levels, pliers, tin cutter, wood clamps. HOUSEHOLD: Lamps, yarn, material, plastic containers, 2 florescent lights, new kitchen appliances, full bed, folding table, 27” color TV, train set in box, boom box, Shepherd hooks, lawn chairs too numerous. SELLER: Richard Gayle, Martini Ln., Bedford, KY; TERMS: Cash or check with valid ID. Concessions. NOTE: Farm Consignment Sale - Saturday, April 7th - 9:30 a.m. - Call auctioneer. Held at the Carroll Co. Fairgrounds. Receive M-F 9-5. No trucks or cars. NEW’S AUCTION SERVICE Auctioneer: Robert L. New—732-5958 606 Park Ave., Carrollton, KY • E-mail: • Website: • ID#10106 Receiving Equipment Thursday, April 5th 9:00 am - 6:00 pm Friday, April 6th 9:00 am - Till Dark Don’t get left in the DARK No items Taken Day Of Sale Tractors Sell at 1:00 pm Located @ Bagdad Ruritan Club 5632 Elmburg Rd (Hwy 395) • Bagdad, KY 40003 For more information contact: John Rothenburger Fred Rothenburger 502-663-1429 502-633-5990 Missed out on that dream home? You wouldn’t have if you had read the real estate listings in The Anderson News. Find out what property is for sale and rent and much, much more. Check out the real estate listings today and be in the know. We Reserve the Right to Refuse Items Auctioneers Danny “KAC” Newton, Ricky Wood, David Neville, William Potts Logans Healthcare Linen Division Class A CDL Route Driver Hiring Class A CDL drivers for local routes that are energetic, customer-minded individuals with a great attitude. We offer sick pay, health benefits, vacation pay, attendence incentive, 401K, uniforms and company phone. Minimum Requirements; Class A CDL, good driving record, DOT physical and drug screen. Apply in person to: Logans Healthcare, 1240 Harry Long Road, Shelbyville, KY or apply online at: The City of Carrollton is requesting bids for a manager for the Two Rivers Campground. The successful bidder will be expected to perform the following duties: general groundskeeping, basic maintenance, assist patrons, plan and orchestrate activities for patrons, accept payment and make reservations for patrons, and account for any funds received to the City of Carrollton Clerk/Treasurer. Said bid must cover the period of April 1, 2012 through and including November 1, 2012, on the condition that the Two Rivers Campground is fully operational upon consummation of the contract. All bids must clearly state the scope of work to be performed, the compensation therefore, the hours of availability of the bidder, and any other provisions to be considered by the City of Carrollton. All bids must be accompanied by proof of general liability insurance with a minimum coverage of $1,000,000.00, workers compensation insurance coverage as is required by state and federal law, and a letter of intent to provide a delity bond in and amount no less than $50,000.00 to the City of Carrollton issued by a solvent insurance company authorized to do business in the Commonwealth of Kentucky. All bidders are subject to a criminal background check and must authorize the City to perform same and submit said authorization with his or her bid. Any accepted bid is expressly contingent upon the City’s acceptance of the background check. All bids must be on an of cial bid form that may be obtained from the City of Carrollton Clerk/Treasurer at (502) 7327060, 750 Clay Street, Carrollton, Kentucky 41008 or on-line at All bids must be submitted in sealed envelopes by 4:00 p.m. on Friday, March 30, 2012, to the City of Carrollton, 750 Clay Street, Post Of ce Box 156, Carrollton, Kentucky 41008. The bids will be opened on Monday, April 2, 2012, at 4:00 p.m. during a special meeting of the Carrollton City Council. The City of Carrollton reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Find it in the Classifieds! C OMMERCIAL AUCTION 13,000 SQUARE FEET - STORE FRONT ON 1 ACRE LOT SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2012 10:00 AM SHELBY CO. KY LOCATION: 568 Frankfort Road, Shelbyville, Kentucky 40065. INSPECTION BY APPOINTMENT: REAL ESTATE: The building consists of approximately 13,000+ square feet. Around 6,000 square feet is concrete block and the balance is metal. The front 6,000 square feet has been used mostly as a show room and parts department. The rear 7,000 feet is a large shop and storage area and sits on 1 acre of land. This is the old Huber tractor building and most recently Tinkers gun and pawn shop. New roof & gutters, has recently been updated. TERMS: 10% down day of sale and balance with deed in 30 days. A 10% buyer’s premium will be added to the final bid to determine final selling price. Contact: Barry Smith 502-682-0586 or 502-633-2746. Visit our web site at for additional information or ID # 1325 502-633-2746 TOLL FREE 888-631-2746 A tradition for years...and years to come. Auctioneers: Barry Smith, CAI, Jimmy Willard, CAI, Shawn Willard KY LICENSE #P02280 Start your subscription today! Call 839-6906 or visit The Anderson News 1080 Bypass South, Suite 3 | 502-839-6906

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