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November 25, 1988 Classified Page 1 4 nn ANNOUNCE-1 uw MENT Death Notices 100 Legal Notices 105 Sealed Bids 107 Community & Club Notes 110 Funeral Directors 115 Cemetery Lots, Mausoleums 1 20 Cards of Thanks 135 In Memoriam 140 Lost 145 Found 150 Searching For Someone 153 Prayers 154 Information, Personals 155 Information, Singles 157 Information, Business 160 Entertainment Services 1 61 Arrangements, WeddingsParties 162 Happy Ads 165 Special Notices 199 200 EMPLOYMENT Resume Service 200 Help Wanted 205 Sales Help Wanted 225 Employment Agencies 235 Job Information 237 Career Services 238 Employment Wanted 240 Business Services Offered 242 Private Care Services 243 Domestic Services Offered 245 250 INSTRUCTION Colleges & Universities 250 Business Schools 255 Banking Schools 256 Vocational, Trade Schools 260 Insurance Schools 263 Medical Training 265 Correspondence Schools Miscellaneous Instruction 280 299 500 PETS Dogs. Puppies. Needs 500 Miscellaneous Pets 510 Pet Supplies Grooming 515 Riding Horses, Needs 520 Kennels 535 Stud Service 545 Events, Announcements 549 550 BUSINESS Livestock 555 Poultry and Game Birds 558 Hay, Feed, Grain 560 Farm Supplies and Equipment 565 Farm Announcements 598 300 FINANCIAL Business Opportunities 300 Money To Lend 320 Money Wanted 321 Mortgages For Sale 325 Mortgages Wanted 326 4CA BUSINESS TO 3U BUSINESS Merchandise, Equipment 375 Computers, Business Machines 380 400 SERVICES Home Services 400 Professional Services 480 General Information To Plac or Cancel CloHWod Ad, Call 1-502-S82-2622 by 5 00 p m the previous day for regular metropolitan circulation. Ads for Sunday must be placed by 5:00 p.m , Friday- For illustrated display and tuN circulation orders, deadline is two working days prior to publication. Office Hours: Telephone Sales, Monday-Friday 6 00 a m to 5 00 p m : Saturday 10.00 a m to 4:00 p m ; Sundays and Holidays 3 00 p m -6 00 p m . Counter Sales. 1st floor, Courier-Journal building, Monday-Friday 8 30 a m. to 5 00 p m. ann REL estate OUU FOR RENT Rooms With Board 600 Rooms Without Board 601 Roommates, Homes Shared 608 Renter Needs 609 Apartments Furnished 610 Apartments Unfurnished 611 Apartment Information 612 Hotel Apartments Assisted Living 613 Condos Furnished 620 Condos Unfurnished 621 Houses Furnished 630 Houses Unfurnished 631 Houses. Rent or Buy 635 StorageMini Warehousing 637 Rental Service 640 Storage Space For Rent 645 Wanted To Rent 646 CommercialIndustrial For Rent 647 Farms. Lease or Rent 648 . Office Space For Lease 649 ten REAL ESTATE w!W rOR SALE CommercialIndustrial For Sale 650 Duplexes, Apartments 651 Real Estate For Exchange 653 Investment Property For Sale 654 Farms, Acreage 655 Real Estate Announcements 659 Condominiums, Townhouse 660 Houses, West 661 Houses, Central 662 Houses, East 663 Houses, South 664 Houses, Indiana 665 Houses, Oldham Co. 666 Houses, Bullitt Co. 667 Houses, Suburban State 668 Houses. Out of State 669 Lots, Acreage Sites 672 Contractors & Builders 673 Home Owner Needs 676 Wanted Real Estate 678 Real Estate Firms 680 Real Estate Loans 682 Resorts, Vacation Homes 685 Camps & Lake Sites 686 Ort MANUFACTURE 09U ED HOUSINQ Manufactured Housing 690 Mobile Home ParksLots 692 Mobile Home, Needs 694 699 AUCTIONS Auctions 699 7AA MERCHANDISE UU FOR SALE OR RENT Antiques, Art, Collectibles 700 Air Conditioning. Heating, Plumbing 702 Appliances 706 Books, Sale, Wanted 708 Building Material 710 Cameras, Photo Equipment 712 Clothing, Furs 716 Coins. Gold & Silver 717 Diamonds, Jewelry 718 Furniture. Household Goods 730 Good Things To Eat 732 Hobby S Crafts 734 Industrial Equipment 742 Construction and Excavating Machinery 743 Lawn & Garden Products 744 Medical Needs 746 Musical Instruments 748 Power Tools, Machinery 752 Sewing Machines, Fabrics 756 TV s, Stereos, Video Games 760 Miscellaneous 769 Special Condition. Please check your ad If you find a mistake, please can us at 582-2622 before 1 00 p m . so we can change it lor the next day The Courier-Journal will not be responsible tor more than one incorrect insertion of any Classified ad or for errors not dearly affecting the value of the ad Additionally. The Courier-Journal is responsible only tor that one line or portion of the ad that appears incorrectly All advertising is subtect to the Publisher s Advertising Acceptance Guidelines The Publisher has the right to decline any advertising which he deems unacceptable The Publisher s liability for lailura to publish shall be limited to the cost of the ad OA 'IB uAJjll Are you a sports fan in a hurry? We've got just the thing for you the Scorecard page every day in the Sports section. Scorecard is a full-page, sports- mi at-a-glance collection of sports information records, standings, stats, scores, box scores, results, Sports on the Air, the trades, the disabled list and other Ti'fiCjA information such as winning mdA lottery numbers. And Monday through Saturday it's topped off with a laugh with the Tank McNamara comic strip. Look for Scorecard every day in the Sports section. To subscribe to The Courier-Journal, call 582-22 11. One Great Newspaper, Swaps 770 Wanted To Buy 780 Special Sales Miscellaneous 790 Special Sales West 791 Special Sales Central 792 Special Sales East 793 Special Sales South 794 Special Sales Indiana 795 800 RECREATION Boats & Accessories 800 Boats For Rent 817 Boat Storage & Slips 820 Recreational Vehicles, Supplies 840 Recreational Vehicles For Rent 842 Bicycles. Mopeds 860 Vacation Suggestions 865 Resorts For Rent 875 Sporting Goods 890 Swimming Pools and Supplies 895 Sporting Events, Announcements 893 The Courier-Journal Small Wonder It has tiny type and is tucked away at the back of the newspaper, but a classified ad has tremendous power. A personals ad can mend a broken heart and change two lives. A yard sale ad can clear out a full basement and a lifetime of packratting in one afternoon. Other classified ads find jobs, sell cars, rent houses, start businesses, locate lost puppies or tell the world of the arrival of another small wonder a new baby in the family. Classified ads read 'em because they reflect life. Use 'em because they work. Announcements 100 199 Eddleman, Eugenia Selecman Age 76 of 420 Redding Rd. Lexington, KY & formarlv of Jeftersonlown, widow of William C. Eddleman died Wednesday evening at her residence. :he was a re tired employee of Louisville Transit Co., later owned the Fern Creek Florist ml her husband in Fern Creek which was sold in 1983. She was born in Sor ngfied. KY. Daughter of the late William Robertson & Vir ginia Royally Selecman. Member of Jeftersonlown Christian Church in Jefter sonlown & member of DAR. Surviving: 1 step- oaughter. Mrs. Sam C. Potlinger, Jr. of Louisville; i sisters, Mrs. Virginia 5. Sallee of Lexington; Mrs. B.J. (Kathrvn) Baule of Lebanon, KY; 1 brother, Dr. W. E. Selecman. Cross- ville, TN; 2 grandchildren, Sam C. Potlinger, III & Mrs. Allen Barker; nieces & nephews, William D., Steve & Mark Selecman, Harriet Martin, Same Walker, John Baute, Virginia Lavtart, Jean Hester, Kathrvn Sallee. Funeral services will be 11 am. Saturday In Reslhaven Memorial Park Chapel in Louisville conducted by Dr. Larry Bishop. Friends mav call 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at the W.R. Milward Mortu-ary-Soulhland. Contributions may be made to the Christian Church Home on 4th St. in Louisville. If submitted by moil, send to: The Courier-Journal "Legal Advertising" co Advertising Customer Services Deportment 525 W. Broadway Louisville, Kentucky 40202 The publisher's liability for any errors or failure to print legal notices shall be limited to the cost of the advertisements). If you need any additional Information, please call 582-4731, 8:30a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. 3 HALE, Martha Manning Age 5 of 212' Lvnn Dr., Lawrenceburg, KY, died at 11:35 a.m. Thurs. at Suburban Hospital in Louisville. A native of Louisville, daughter of Nellie Ruth Crist Manning & the late George L. Manning. A member of St. Barnabas Catholic Church. Survived bv 3 daughters, Mrs. Rual (Sandy) Hayes, Ms. Mary Ellen Dailev, Mrs. Johnnv (Rebecca) Cammack, all of Lawrenceburg; 1 brother George L. Manning, Jr., Port Charlotte, FL; t grandchildren; 1 great granddaughter; a sister preceded in death, Norma Jean Chlids. Funeral services 3:30 p m. Sal. at Gash Memorial Chapel wFather J. T. BiancHord & Pat Sam-mions. Burial in Lawrenceburg Cemetery Visitation after 3:00 p.m. Friday. E 21 IMPORTANT INFORMATION REGARDING PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES Legal Notices may be ordered by mail or in person. Notices cannot be re ceived by phone. Deadline for receiving copy IS: Monday for Thursday Tuesday for Friday Wednesday for Saturday Thursday for Sunday and Monday Friday for Tuesday and Wednesday No proof deadline upon request. When submitting copy please indicate dotei's) no tice is to appear in The Courier-Journal. If submitted in person; bring to The Courier-Jour nal Customer Service Counter m the first floor j lobby. SETTLEMENTS OF ESTATES FILED IN COURT AND ORDERED LAID OVER TO THE FIRST DAY OF THE NEXT TERM VIZ: DECEMBER 5, 1988, DURING WHICH OR AT ANY TIME EXCEPTIONS MAY BE FILED BY PERSONS INTERESTED. PERIODICALS FIRST KENTUCKY TRUST COMPANY EXECUTORS: Frank C. Ware, Deed.; Norman Kohlhepp, Deed.; Jesse A. Doll, peed.; Lorella M. Tuck, Deed. LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY EXECUTORS: Adeie B. Malkemus, Deed.; Frank Shouse (Sammie F. Lee, Co-Exor.) Deed. INDIVIDUALS ADMINISTRATORS: Moncie Watson. Admr. w WA, Margaref A. Diefen-bach. Deed. GUARDIANS: Sondra Walker Wooley, Gdn., Glenn Walker, Infant; Alice Morris, Gdn., Jennifer Lvnetle Pence, Infant; uonaio fc. Kniinps, Gdn. Cynthia D. Phillips, Infant. FINAL SETTLEMENTS WITH SURETY LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK AND TRUST COMPANY . EXECUTORS: Elisabeth J. Greenebaum, Deed. YAK LIS BANK AND TRUST COMPANY EXECUTORS: Chester t. woboe. Deed. INDIVIDUALS ADMINISTRATORS: Olhetlo R. Shepherd. Admr. WWA, Robert A. Shep- ntriu, iieiu.; lw vviiiis, Admr., Eupine Norwood, Deed.; Anthony R. Hell- mann. Admr. wwA Ruby H. Larkin, Deed.; r lie Fishback. Admr.. Mar- jourie E. Staples, Deed.; Drenaa rennocft, Admx.. Donna Dee Hous- er. Deed.; James C. Lud- lard Dallas Phelps, Sr., Deed ; Rev. C. G. Marmlon & Catherine Moellman Cul-lelon, Co-Admrs., Juliette t-ranti, ueco.; Micnaei v Harry B. Abel, Deed.; Cary Richard Tong, Admr., Sarah Louise McCarty, Deed.; Oweida Alexander Floyd, Admx., James A. Alexander. Deed. EXECUTORS: Ruth Mil-burn, Exec, James Melvln Brurv, Deed.; Mollie J. alton. Exec, Verner M. uanon, ueco.; vwcnaei i. Funk, Exor., Charles M. Funk, Deed. GUARDIANS: Sharon M. Grider, Gdn, Nancy C. Phillips, Infant; Joyce Parker, Gdn., Robin A. Parker, Infant; Millie Sink-horn, Gdn., Tonya Sanders Sinkhorn, Infant: Ann S. Petri, Gdn., Jill Renee Va-den, Infant-FINAL SETTLEMENTS WITHOUT SURETY INDIVIDUALS ADMINISTRATORS: William C. Chadwell, Admr. WWA, Marcella H. Chadwell AKA Marcella Severs. Deed.; Linda Johnston Abell & Henry R. Wheeler, Jr., Co-Admrs., Henry R. Wheeler, Sr., Deed.; Harold R. Smith, Admr. WAA, Mary Elizabeth Parrott, Deed.; Teresa Gayle Purtllar, Admx., Joyce Laverne Owen, Deed; Paul Duke Carlisle, III, Admr. WW A, Francis J. Apo, Deed.; Donald K. Tiff, Admr., Kirk Ellington TiH, Deed.; Mary Frances Elder, Admx. W WA. Lillian P. Whealiev, Deed.; Bernard S. Goldstein. Admr. WWA, Leo-na M. Smith, Deed.; Thomas L. Cissel Admr. WW A, Noel David Cissell, Deed.; Janet Lee Goodin, Admx., James F. Goodin, Deed.; Stanley Crawford, Admr. WWA. Ella Col lins, Deed.; William K. Bryant. Admr., Susan A. Brv-anf, Deed ; Linda M. Joyce, Admx. WWA, George R. Joyce, Deed.; Norma Sue Tavlor, Admx., Alice B. Parsons, Deed.; Lawrence E. Hart, Admr., Katharine Velma Hart, Deed.; David R. Smith, Admr.. Michael Kenneth O'mstead, Deed.; Norma L. Thomas. Admx., Pauline Hedspeth, Deed.; Meiaine Lester, Admx. WWA, Charles I. Owlngs, Jr., Deed.; Elsie T. Harmon, Am- lmA IUU:n mon, becd.; Ruth G. Richardson, Admx., Mary Wade Richardson, Deed.; Emerv M. Miner, Admr., George Franklin Mil'er, Deed.; Mildred V. Rowe, Admx., Charles Douglas Rowe, Deed ; Conrad M. Klein. Jr.. Admr. WW'A. Conrad M. Klein, Sr., ueca.; uavio a. nooge, Admr. WWA Vlrgima P. Hodge, Deed; Richard Schuiien, Admr.. Pearline Fletcher, Deed ; Francs H. uiiin., cirm owl, Deed. CURATORS: SI. Williams Neighborhood Center, Curator, Raymond Bryant, Jr., Incapacitated. EXfcCUTORS: William Joseoh Weslerfield. Fxor. Meivm Ga-nes Westerfie'd, Decdj Bertrand E. RoD-ben. Sr., Exor., Alcvsius G. Robben, Deed.; Doris A. Coilicutf, Exec, Mabel G. Alweil, Deed.; W"bur M. Grirt th, Exor., Robert L. Griffith, Deed; Ruth J. Hornbecfc. Exec, William E. Hornbeck. Deed.: Rob ert B. BrigMwe'l, Exor., waiter w Bajmgardner, Deed.; Mariorie Harris, Exec Rooert p Sewers, Deed.; Luia Mae Brubaxer, E xec, Brvon E. Bru&axer, man & Joseph Terry Corf- man, Co-Exors., Robert Morris Colfman, Deed.; Elizabeth B. Montgomery, Exec, Hazel D. Black, Deed.; Alberta VT. VanArs-dale. Exec, Nora Waegner, Deed.; William p. Hammer, Exor.. Mary Russell Butler, Deed ; Kenneth S. Kirk, Exor., Cassie B. Kirk. Decdj Hugh B. Ward, Exor., Beulah Ed-mlston. Deed; John Stiles, Exor., Rooerf G. Hayden, Deed.; Charles W. Woodson, Jr., Exor., Mariorie Susan Smith, Deed; R. Lawrence Baird, Exor., Eleanor B. Dentinger, Deed.; Owen K. Hitt, M.D., Bxor., Carrie Lee Hitt, ecd.; Patricia Ann Allen, Exec, Lillian Catherine Skidmore, Deed.; K. H. Sehra, Exor., K, B. Sehra, Deed.; Raymond G. Albert, Exor., Marion P. Hager, Deed.; Melvln Gulhon, Exor., Clara G, Wilhovte, Deed.; Lena Edith Wil liams, fcxec, 5. Bain Wil liams! Deed'.'; Daisy Mae Reiss. Exec. John W. Relss, Deed.; Jean C. Hendry, Exec, Charles pawaro rienory, ueco.; Emil William Johnson, Jr., Exor., Emily Johnson, Deed.; Donna Estelle, Exec, Carl E. Estelle, Sr., Deed.; Nancy Dickerson, Exec, Roberta Merriweather, Deed.; John F. R. Palmer & Dolores P. Hagerty, Co-Exors., Mary Eunice Palmer, Deed.; Auston Parker Exor., Bessie E. Parker, Deed.; Bertram G. Blevens, Exor., Harry S. Blevens, Sr., Deed.; Jerry Ann Schenkenfelder, Exec, Theima R. Schenkenlelder, Deed.; Fred J. Flaspoehler, Jr., Exor., Verna M. Slew-art, Deed.; Samuel Fish-man, Exor., Esther Fish-man, Deed.; Phillip A. Sor-roll, Exor., Dorothy M. Shober, Deed.; Donna Do-reen Engie, Exec, Roy D. Jones, Deed.; Roscoe Lei-dign. Exor., Mary Belle Leidigh, becd.; Sherl L. Manning, fcxec, Scott A. Manning, Decd Margaret F. Courtney, Exec, Katrine S. Forman, Deed.; Olive Ann Champion & Troy A. Caroen, Co-Exors., J. C. Carden, Deed.; Henrv L. Beyer, Jr., Exor., Mary Josephine Bever, Deed.; James W. Johnson, Jr. Exor., Madellan M. Schmidt, Deed.; Anna M. inerg, exec, Anna m. Silberg, Deed.; Florine Deed.; Richard Ta- Yann, Deed.; Richard Ta-tum, Exor., Marie M. Usry, Deed.; George C. Haarmann, Exor., Alvina C. Cichos, Deed.; Norman k. Barrow, Exor., Grace arrow. Deed.; Clarence Stuber, Exor., Margaret M. Stuber, Deed : Alan N. Linker & Elizabeth Ansley, Co-Exors., Sylvia Schuch-man, Deed.; Harold L. Cook, jr. & Janice Marie Smith, Co-Exors., Harold Cook Sr., Deed.; Jacqulvn E. Mav, Exec. Gary S. Lawrence, Deed.; Ragena Kvindis, txec, Arvln Hooper, Deed.; Frances H. Kessler. Exec. Wllburn C. Kessler, Deed.; Roy Wal lace, txor., winiam White, Deed.; Clyde Moore. Exor.. Marion Moore. Deed.: Mav W. Zickel, Exec, John C. ziekel, Deed.; Carol Lee Severs, Exec, Edward L. Weber, Jr., Deed.; Mary Ann Flovd, Exec, Lucas Floyd. Jr., Deed.; Waller F. Carl, Exor., Louise L. Carl, Deed.; Mildred H. Hahn, Exec, Herschel U Hodge, Deed.; David A. Hodge, Exor.. Joseph A. Hodge, Deed.; Lucian Green, Exor., Marline Moredock, peed.; Mary Ann Bode Brink, Exec. Paul E. Brink, Deed.; Mary Jane puaiev. Exec, Mary Lillie Shutts, Deed.; Elsie Nellis, Exec, William N. Paul Sr., Deed.; Wanedith C. Genlrv, Exec, Kenneth C. Gentry, peed.; Allen C. Spears, Exor., Louise Bertha Spears, Deedj Archibald D. Kennedy, Exor., Carolyn Louise Kennedy, Deed.; James E. Stokes, Exor., Edith W. Stokes, Deed.; Bertha M. Timmel, Exec. John R. Timmel, Deed.; John McGarry, Exor., La-Verne McGarry, Deed.; Rosetta Levendecker. Exec, William Selgrath, Deed.; John W. Smith, Exor., Marv C. Smith, peed.; Wynell J. Ernst, Exor., Robert R. Ernst, Deed.; Florence Elnora Schulfz. Exec, Robert Elmer Schultz. Deed..- Rob ert K. Embry, Exor., Elsie M. Carter, Deed.; Paul B. Knopf, Exor., Carolyn Knopf, Deed.; John M. Roach, Exor.. Andy Bur-Ion, Deed.; Hubert Rlngo, I, C.h, ( .nil.. I, Studer, Deed.; Elizabeth B. Johanneman, Exec, Raymond Johannemann AK A Ray Johanneman, Deed.; Fawnda Frank French, Exec, Stanley Frank, Deed.; Shelby L. Bailey , James L. Streder. Co-Ex ors., Joseph W. Lasiey, Deed.; Jean W. Fratey, Exec, Henrv W. Fraiev, Deed.; Bessie C. Palmer, Exec, William Thomas Palmer, Deed.; Jean w. Lynch, Exec, Garland J. Lvnch, Deed.; Ruth Leach, Fxer.. Carf A. tench. Deed.; Thomas M. Dawson & Martha L. Dawson, Co-Exors., Harry H. Dawson, Deed.; Magalen Wolz, Exec, John L. Wolz, Deed.; Charles McCauley, Exor., Heien Bibb, peed.; Kathrvn E Read, Exec, Edgar B. Read, Deed ; Allen P. Dodd. III. Exor.. Stanley E. Sehultze, Deed.; Joseoh w. Bartsch, Exor., Julius A. Bartsch, Deed.: Stephen Head & Margaret Tayior, Co-Exors., Francis C LJasH frr l A ....... George Wine & 6iibert Joseph Wine, Co-Exors., Anna Mary Stauble Wine, hc.u., uciicicii r.. Gwiazdowski. Exec, Stan ley fin . IrWiaZdOWSKI, Deed.; John V. Kaster, Exor., Margaret C-ensnaw sevens, ueco; Liara m. Reynolds, Exec, Ctyde A. Janes. Deed.; Helen Henry & Eugene Wooidndge. Co-Exors.. Marv J wooi dndge. Deed ; Benice T. neroerger, txec Beatrice T Heil. Deed : Georoe N. McGee, Exor., Amelia Louise McGee, Deed.; Robert M Oooet, Exor., Marv Frances Opoel, Leco.; kuth tvsis, Exec, Done'd M. Evans, Derd.: Jaia Weno. Fxer. W lev Cecil WeOb, Deed ; Wniiam D Kmseil, Jr., Exor., Pa'rieia L. Kinsell, Deed.; Mariene Troxe. Exec, Sever m H. Buenner, Deed.; Anna Lee Scott, Exor., Frank H, Scott, Deed.; Jacqueline R. Olson, Exec, Ann T. Rosenblatt, Decdj. Sarah Morse Wilson, Exec, Roy S. Tingle, Deed.; Gregor V. Kruse, Exor., Thomas Edward Kruse, Deed.; Mildred Bos-sung, Exec, William P. Bossung, Sr , Deed.; Virginia P. Walien. Exec, Frederick B. Watien, Deed.; Patricia S. Klleker, Exec, Waller Theodore Klleker, Deed.; Elizabeth A. Skaggs, Exec, Everett A. Slavens, Deed.; Edith N. Willock, Exec, Clellon W. Willock, Deed.; Charles Keith Wise, Exor., Charlie G. Wise, Decdj Mary Beatrice Kruse, Exec, Marv Alice Kaelln, Deed.; Donald E. Schagene, Exor., Chester I. Cosdon, Deed ; Clara Mildred Drane, Exec, Le-Roy M. Drane AKA L. M. prance AKA LeRov McGuffin Drane, Deed.; Doris Jane Bennett, Exec, Josie Mae Sutherland, Deed.; Billle B. Blair, Bxec, Austin Nicholson, ecd.; Elizabeth L. pay. Exec, John Morris Bee-tem, Deed.; Logan Neb, Exor., Theodore H. Neb, peed.; Edwin H. Stierie, Exor., Christian Zibart, Deed.; Nancy A. Allen, Bxec, Mayme A. Shanks, ecd.; Robert J. Speck-man, Exor , Pat A. Nardl, Deed.; Stock Yards Bank & Trust Co., Exor., Elizabeth R. Jones, Deed. GUARDIANS: Laura Skaggs, Succ. Gdn., Anthony Kevin Skagas, infant. A COPY ATTFST tunr mill fc JEFFERSON Bv Antoinette Heuglin, D C. The Jefferson County Board of Zoning Adjustment will hold a public hearing on Monday, December 5, 1988, ot 9:30 A.M. in the Planning Commission Conference Room, Room 1005, Fiscal Court Building, Louisville, Kentucky on the following cases: B-189-88: An application for a variance from the Zoning District Regulations to permit a house (under construction) an existing structure to encroach into the required front yard on property known as 500 Wickfield Court and being in the unincorporated area of Jefferson County, B 197 88: An application for o variance from the Zoning District Regulations to permit an existing freestanding sign and proposed addition to encroach into the required front yard on property known as 4520 Poplar Level Road (Louisville Downs) and being in the unincorporated area of Jefferson County. B-200-88: An application for a Conditional Use Permit for a day care center on property known as 142 Chenoweth lone and being in the City of St. Matthews. The applications may be inspected in the office of the Board, 900 Fiscal Court Building, Louisville, Kentucky. Jack Ruf, Secretary SHERIFF'S SALE Bv Virtue of Execution Form directed to me, which Issued from the Clerk's office of the Jef er-son Circuit Court, in tavor of Lou. Medical Credit Union against Sheila H. Miller. 1, or one of my deputies, will, on Tues. the 13th day of December 1988 between the hours of 10 o'clock A.M. and 2 o'clock P M. to-at 10 00 A.M. or as soon thereafter as is possible at Charlies Wreckers, 3119 pixie Hcwy. in the City of Louisville, Jefferson County. KY.. expose to PUBLIC SALE to Ihe highest bidder, the following described properly (or so much thereof as mav be necessary to satisfy Plaintiff's debt, interest and cost(s). to-wit: 1981 Chevrolet Amount to be raised $3,790.16 cost levied upon as the properly of Sheila Miller. TERMS:-Cash-subieet to an prior liens and mort- 3 ages. AMES D. GREENE, Sheriff, j. 11-22-88 D Y M.J. HettlCT V 5. Alt persons who experienced a loss of money by reason of their membership in the Buying Club known as ' capos interior Designs, Inc or United Purchasing Association", shall fhve notice in writing of heir claim and send by mail to the Kentucky insurance Guaranty Association, P.O. Box 7549, Louisville, Kentucky 40207 Ail persons making such claim shall provide their full name, mail address and telephone number. Upon receipt of the notice from any individual of a potential c'aim, a naim form will be forwarded to the Individual to be completed under oath pertaining to the specifics ot the claim, and the dollar amount thereof Unless notification of a potential cairn is given to the Kentucky Insurance Guaranty Association on or before November 30. 19WJ, the sa'd claim shall be for-ever barred " You'll get better response to your Classified od if you include the price of the item you have to sell. Call 582-2622. The Louisville Board ot Zoning Adjustment will hold a public hearing on Monday, December 5, 1988, ot 1:00 P.M. in the Planning Commission Conference Room, Room 1005, Fiscal Court Building, Louisville, Kentucky on the following cases: B-l 81-88: An appeal of -a refusal of a Certificate ot Occupancy issued by the City of Louisville Department of Inspections, Permits and Licenses concerning a change in use from o grocery store to a two-family dwelling based upon on alleged non-conforming right on property known o 4039 Parthenia Avenue and being in the City, of Louisville. B-85-87: An application for modification of an existing Conditional Use Permit for a nursing home to allow additional property to be used for off-street parking and to allow modi fication of on approved site plan on properties known as 936 Barret Avenue and 925 and 927 Vine Street and being in the City of Louisville. B 185 88: An application for a variance from the Zoning District Regulations to permit a proposed addition to an existing structure to encroach into the re quired rear yard on property known as 936 Baxter Avenue and being in the City of Louisville. B-116-88: An application for additional variances from the Zoning District Regulations to permit a proposed structure to encroach into required yards on properties known as 210, 218, and a portion of 234 East Gray Street arid being in the City of Louisville. . B-l 88-88: An application for variances from the Zoning District Regulations to permit accessory structures to encroach into required yards on properties known as 1914 Me II wood Avenue and 1915 Bertie Avenue and being in the City' of Louisville. B-190-88: An application for a Conditional Use Permit for an off-street parking lot on properties known as 1014 South 15th Street and 1517, 1519, 1521, 1529, 1531, 1533, 1535, 1537, and 1539 Prentice Street and being in the City of Louisville. B 191 88: An application for variances from the Zoning District Regulations to permit proposed off-street parking spaces to encroach into required yards on properties known as 1014 South 15th Street and 1517, 1519, 1521, 1529, 1531, 1533, 1535, 1537, and 1539 Prentice Street and being in the City of Louisville. The applications may be inspected in the office of the Board, 900 Fiscal Court Building, Louisville, Kentucky. REVISED NOTICE OF BOND SALE Seeled bids will be receded bv the undersigned until 6 30 P.M.. C S T., on December 2, 1y88. for (he Purchase of $634,000 of Crittenden-Livingston County Water District Waterworks Revenue Bonds of 1988, dated the date of delivery, barn0 interest payable semiannually, and maturing on January I, 1991 through 707B. The FmHA wit submit a b'd for the purchase of the bonds, tn the even tha' a b'd(s) from non-oovern-mett b.d4er(s) Shan be received, the ra'e and t-?rrrs of which are determined bv the FmMA to be reasonable, then such FmHA bid will be with drawn. Good f;th check, si?, 680 ADorovina pua nrvmnr. hw Rubm & Mays, MuniciOAl Bond Attorneys, Loutsv.itt, Kentucky Tax-exempt ba- i. KiUff ' io compile tv-fl fh covenants. ouai.t.H tax-exempt obiioation for bank investments, eiempt from personal a'terna'ive rrunmum fa. Btd Forms OWc Notice of Saie, Statement of Essential Facts, and 0hr irrfoma-tron, mav be oo'aind from the ur Oers-uned l anwi U B. Green, Secretary, t r utenden- L i vngston County Wafer D'S'ric Saiem, Kentucky 4?Q8. PTNDA, (NC. by Pres 5a-v.o L. Rush ad Sec Treas. Penny M Rush bm o R 2 Box 479 D, La-e'and Dr , New A'bany, IN ana Res'ant Vr-jr. AibM Gardner DeWtt n, jjq Auoert, Lou'Svtiie. KY ao-9 bus--ss as Divino s 970 Sneioyviiie Rd , Loj s-yft.e. KV heebv declares its intention to aoo'y trw license as re'ail bee' deaww bv the p.cKge and drnn only under the state tw

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