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"" THE MOUNTAIN LETCHER COUNTY, KENTUCKY 84 32 W 203. 22 feet to a stake; S 86.01 E 395.48 feet to a stake; thence N 85 31 E 241.62 feet to an iron pin in small drain; thence S 78 39 E 84. 79 feet to a stake; thence 76 12 E 22 feet to a stake; thence S 34 15 E 21 feet to the BEGINNING. Containing 9. 13 acres, more or less. Being the same property conveyed Dy W.M. Quillen and wife to the grantors herein by deed dated 22nd day of September, 1953 and recorded in deed book 141, page 445, Letcher County Court Clerk's OfS .Master Commissioner's Sale LETCHER CIRCUIT COURT Civil Action No. 2105 J.S.Gleason Jr. as administrator of Vetefans Affairs (Successor to Sumner G. Whittier, as Administrator of Veterans Affairs) and officer of the U.S. of America, Veterans Administration, Washington, 25, D..C. Plaintiff VS. WHITESBURG, EAGLE NOTICE OF SALE r'iiniyil"TTiMrni thence MARCH 21, 1963 THURSDAY, PAGE 2 .Whitesburg, Kentucky not later than July I, 1963. Dated this 13 day of March, 1963. , Mattie Amburgey. Executrix of the Estate Of Marion C. Amburgey, deceased. ESTATE NOTICE Pursuant to KRS 424.340 notice" given that the undersigned has been appointed adof the estate of ministratrix Charles D. Moore, deceased, and all persons having claims against said estate shall present same, verified according to law, to the undersigned at ner residence in Whitesburg, Kentucky not later than June 1, 1963. Dated this 28th day of February, 1963. is hereby Arnold M. Pike and Angaline Pike fice. his wife, and Neon Fleming Unless the purchaser pays cash, Methodist Church Defendants he will be required to execute bond bearing interest at 67 per Pursuant to judgment and order annum from date of sale until of sale of the Letcher4 Circuit paid, with good surety having Court, rendered on the 2nd day the (orce and effect of a judgof March, 1963, in the above ' ment and no replevy will be alstyled cause to raise the sum of lowed in event execution is issued $5,330.31 and the costs incurred in said action, together with costs 'thereon, and a' lien will be reEthel Phillips Moore tained on the property sold as of this advertisement and sale, I Administratrix of the Estate further security. shall proceed to offer for sale at of Charles D. Moore, deceased This 10 day of March, 1963. the front doer of the Letcher Whites-bur- g, County Courthouse in Harry M. Caudill Kentucky, to the best and ESTATE NOTICE MASTER COMMISSIONER highest bidder, at public outcry, LETCHER CIRCUIT COURT on Monday, the 1st day of April, Notice Is hereby given that the 1963, at 1:00 o'clock p.m. undersigned has Deen appointed (EST), for cash or upon a credit ESTATE NOTICE administrator of the estate of of 6 months, the following desRebecca Isaacs, deceased, and IN THE MATTER OF THE ESit: cribed property, all persons having claims against TATE OF MARION C. AMBUR-GEA certain tract or parcelof said estate shall present same DECEASED land situate in the town of Neon verified according to law to the Pursuant toKRS 424.340 notice Letcher County, Kentucky and undersigned at his home at is hereby given that the underdescribed as follows:. BEGINNING Deane, Ky. , not later than July signed has Deen appointed exe'on an iron pin located in center 22, 1963. cutrix of the estate of Marion of South 5th Street; thence with, Dated this 21st day of March, C. Amburgey, deceased, and all line of Fairview Avenue, N 35 35 1963. persons having claims against E 235 feet to a locust, cornet to said estate shall present same Blankenship's Ted property: T. D. ISAACS thence with line of same, N 64 verified according to law to the Deane, Kentucky undersigned at ner residence in 00 W 641 feet to a stake; thence W 114.21 feet to a N84 16 stake; corner of Zach Bentley 's ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS property; thence with line to sameS 89 15 W 106.63 feet to Sealed proposals will be received by the Letcher County Fiscal a stake on top of ridge and on Court atits office in the Letcher CourtHouse, Whitesburg, Kentucky, line of Zach Bentley; thence until 3:00 p.m. EST, Monday, April 8, 1963, at which time and with center of lidge and line of place they will be publicly opened and read aloud for furnishing all Zach Bentley S 45 01 W 103.74 materials and labor and performing all work as set forth by this feet to a stake; thence S 55 00 W Advertisement for Bids, Instructions to Bidders, General Conditions stake; thence S 93.20 feet to a of the Contract, the Specifications and Drawings prepared by Perkins, chest-m- lt 62 50 W 289.98 feet to a Threadgill and Associates, Architects & Engineers, Harlan, Ky. oak, corntfr to lands of Willie Quillen, Zach Bentley and The work to be bid upon: Can Bentley on top of ridge beof Neon and Bar-lotween .Town 1. Cowan Elementary School, Dongola, Letcher County, Ky. Branch; thence with line of 2. Eolia Elementary School, New Multi-purpoCan Bentley, S 32 00 W 210.12 Renovation, Eolia, Letcher County, Kentucky. feet to a stake on top of ridge, corner" to E. M. Bentley proper- . Proposals will be recieved separately on each project for the general ty; thence leaving top of spur construction including electric il, plumbing and heating. and with line of E; M. Bentley Plans, Specifications and Contract Documents may be examined at Master the following places: marriage solemnized Williams-Colli- ns Miss Carolyn Williams of Indianapolis, Ind. , and Tommy Dean Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Collins of Neon, were married Feb. 10 at the Baptist Church in Indianapolis. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Williams of Indianapolis, The bride was dressed in a white taffeta floor-leng- th gown and carried a bouquet of white carnations. Eddie Wayne Collins, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. A reception was held in the church basement after the ceremony. The bridegroom is a 1960 graduate of Fleming -- Neon High School. The couple will live in Indianapolis, where he is employed with Marsh Food Co. DAMAGED BY FLOOD? to-w- Y, MOTORS INSURANCE CORPORATION POLICYHOLDERS -- se Commissioner's Sale LETCHER CIRCUIT COURT Civil Action No. 2105 Ferdinand Moore, Administrator of the estate of Cora Colly, Plaintiff NOTICE OF SALE VS. Milton Wright, et al, Defendant Pursuant to judgment and order of sale of the Letcher Circuit Court, rendered on the 20th day of February, 1963, in the above styled cause to raise the sum of $770. 00 and the costs incurred in said action, together with costs of this advertisement and sale, I shall proceed to offer for .ale at the front door of the Letg, cher County Courthouse in Kentucky, to the best and highest bidder, at public outcry, on Monday, the 1st day of April, 19C3, at 1:00 p.m., (EST), for cash or upon a credit of 6 months, the following described property, to -- wit: A house and lot on Potters Fork in Letcher County, Kentucky and more particularly described as follows: Lots No. 7 and 8 in Block A of the R.B. Wright Sub -- Division on Potters Fork as shown by plat, of said Subdivision of record in Plat Book 1, page 24, Letcher County Court Clerk's Office. Unless the purchaser pays cash, he will be required to execute bond bearing interest at fffr per annum from date of sale until paid, with good surety having the force and effect of a judgment and no replevy will be allowed in event execution is issued thereon, and a lien will be retained on the property sold as further security. This 10 day of March, 1963. Whit-esbur- Harry M. Caudill MASTER ; COMMISSIONER LETCHER CIRCUIT COURT Room-Kitch- en Office of the County Court Clerk, Whitesbure, Ky. Office of Mr. Sanford Adams, Supt. , Letcher County Schools, wnitesDurg, Ky. Office of Perkins, Threadgill & Associates, Harlan, Ky. F.W. Dodge Corp., 2528 Kemper Lane, Cincinnati, Ohio F.W. Dodge Corp., 1209 Euclid Ave, Knoxville, Tenn. F.W. Dodge Corp. , 840 Barret Aye. . Louisville, Ky. F.W. Dodge Corp., Kingsport, Tenn. Louisville Builders Exchange, 120 E. Brandeis St. Louisville, Ky. Knoxville Builders txenange, 844 N. central Ave., M.b. Knox- ville, Tenn. Dixie Concrete Products Co., 1440 Delaware Ave., Lexington, Ky. Copies of the Documents, not to exceed two (2) sets, may be secured from the Architect upon payment of Fifty Dollars ($50.00) per .set, which payment will be refunded upon return of the plans, specifications and other documents in good condition within ten (10) days afterdate of bid opening. If more than two sets of the documents are requested, they may be obtained upon payment of Twenty Five Dollars ($25. 00) per set, which payment will not be subject to refund. All deposits on hand after expiration of the ten day period become the property of the Architect. Bids for each proposal must be accompanied by a separate bid bond payable to the Letcher County Fiscal Court in an amount of not less than five (570) of the Base Bid. Bids received after the scheduled closing time for the reception of bids will be returned unopened to the bidders. In the event an award is made, and the successful bidder fails to furnish a satisfactory performance bond on or before April 18, 1963 and fails to execute a contract for the construction of the work under the award, then the Bid Bond shall be forfeited to the Owner as liquidated damage for such failure. The proposals, including the bid bonds shall be in a sealed envelope bearing the bidder's identification, addressed to the Letcher County Fiscal Court, Whitesburg, Kentucky, and labeled in the lower left hand corner: Proposal--(Na- Time of opening--3:0- 0 of project or projects) p.m. EST, Monday, April 8, 1963. The Letcher County Fiscal Court reserves .tne right to reject any or all bids and to waive informalities. No bid shall be withdrawn for a period of Forty-Fiv- e (45) days subsequent to the opening of bids without the consent of the Letcher County Fiscal Court. Charlie Wright County Court Clerk Letcher County, Kentucky James M. Caudill County Judge Letcher County, Kentucky. car was damaged in the flood, report your claim to our branch office located at GMAC office, 117 Court St., If your 8, or to the Hazard, Telephone General Motors dealer from whom you 436-313- . purchased your car. Our experienced staff is ready to serve you without red tape or delay. In the event you find it necessary to move your car, be sure it is towed on the front wheels only. Caution: Do not attempt to drive your car or even start the motor if your car was damaged by water. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC At a special meeting of the Letcher County Board of Education on. February 25, 1963, the Letcher County Board of Education passed an order rescinding order 5 of the regular meeting on February 11. The Letcher County School District is to be made up and composed of the voting precincts named and numbered as follows: DIVISION NO. 1 Colson 3 Baker 5 Upper Millstone Democrat 16 Polly 30 Upper Neon 31 Lower Neon 54 DIVISION NO. 4 West Whitesburg Isom 14 Cowan 20 Smoot 33 UZ 34 Sandlick 37 Dry Fork 40 8 Kingdom Come Marlon 24 DIVISION NO. 2 Seco 7 Burdine 9 (Outside corporate limits of City of Jenkins) Dunnam 130utside corporate limits of City of Jenkins) Doty 43 46 Carbon Glow 48 DIVISION NO. 5 Cumberland 4 Sugar Grove 6 Big Branch 10 Hurricane Gap 12 Blackey 18 Dalna 19 Eolia 22 Hallie 27 Kingscreek 32 Turkey Creek 42 Lewis Creek 44 Bluefield 45 Carcassonne 51 Fleming-1- Laviers 21 Thornton 23 Haymond 25 Kona 35 Beefhide 38 DIVISION NO. 3 E. Whitesburg 2 Colly 28 Ermine 29 Mayking 36 Fishpond 49 U. Cumberland 1 Roxana 52 Coyles Branch 53 50 This notice is in compliance with 7, Sec. 6) KRS 160.210 (1956 ex. sess. c. SANFORD ADAMS Secretary, Letcher County Board of Education Note: The Attorney General has ruled that the original order made Feb. 11 cannot be rescinded. (This is not to be published without this note.)

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