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Friday, September 02, 2016

OPPORTUNITY

NOTICE

Section 8 and Public Housing

Come to the office to see if you qualify.

New Madrid Housing Authority

550 Line Street

New Madrid, MO 63869

Rental Assistance is available thru the US Dept

of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

for extremely-low, as well as, low income

families in New Madrid County.

550 Semo Drive

Notices

Notables

417 Mott Street

New Madrid, MO 63869

573-748-6224

Roth IRAs:

Make retirement less taxing

Deadline for

legals - no

later than

NOON on

TUESDAYS.

NOTICE TO CREDITORS

To all persons interested in

the estate of

Cloyce L. Poore,

decedent:

Curtis O. Poore and Lesleigh

Carroll Reeves are acting as the

Successor Co-Trustees under a

Trust, the terms of which provide

that the debts of the decedent may

be paid by the Trustee upon receipt

of proper proof thereof. The address

of the Successor Co-Trustees is:

Poore-Edwards Revocable Trust

U/A/D April 20, 2015

c/o R. Michael Howard

The Limbaugh Firm

P.O. Box 1150

Cape Girardeau, MO 63702-1150

All creditors of the decedent,

Cloyce L. Poore, are noticed to

present their claims to the Trustee

within six (6) months from the

date of the first publication of this

Notice or be forever barred.

SUCCESSOR CO-TRUSTEES

Curtis O. Poore

Lesleigh Carroll Reeves

PublishedAug. 12, 19, 26, Sept. 2, 2016

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NOTICE OF COMMENCEMENT

OF ACTION

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

OF NEWMADRID COUNTY,

MISSOURI, DIVISION I

Case No. 16NM-JU00056

PETITIONERS: Lorenda Gayle

Vargas and Miguel Aguiana Vargas

RESPONDENTS: Adiana Lorenda

Nieves, Blanca Guadalupe Nieves

and Lucrecia Alejandra Nieves,

minors, and Francisco Nieves,

a/k/a Francisco Nieves-Martinez,

the childrens' natural father.

SUBJECT AND GENERAL

NATURE OF ACTION: Adoption

of Adiana Lorenda Nieves, Blanca

Guadalupe Nieves and Lucrecia

Alejandra Nieves and name change.

PROPERTY AFFECTED BY

THIS ACTION: None.

ATTORNEY FOR PETITIONERS:

John Hall Dalton, Jr.,

203 College Avenue,

Kennett, Missouri 63857.

(573) 888-4631.

Respondent must file an Answer

or other pleading, or appear and

defend against this action within

forty-five (45) days after August

18, 2016 or the Court will enter a

default judgment against him.

Publication dates: August 18, 25,

September 01, 08, 2016

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NOTICE UPON ORDER FOR

SERVICE BY PUBLICATION

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

OF NEWMADRID COUNTY,

MISSOURI

STATE OF MISSOURI

Case Number: 16NM-JU00060

IN THE INTEREST OF:

OLIVER KENDAL DAVIS

A minor, DOB 12/14/2012

JAY ALAN LYLES,

Stepfather

SARAH JANE LYLES,

Natural Mother

Petitioners.

State of Missouri to Respondent:

Unknown father.

You are notified that an action

has been commenced against you

in the Circuit Court of New Ma-

drid County, Missouri, the object

and general nature of which is to

secure a judgment of adoption for

our child, and to change his name.

The names of all the parties to

this action are stated above, and the

name and address of the attorney

for the petitioners is:

Ted Liszewski

220 North Main St.

Sikeston, MO 63801

You are further notified that,

unless you file an answer or other

pleadings or shall otherwise appear

and defend against the aforesaid

petition within 45 days after Sep-

tember 02, 2016, the date of the first

publication of this notice, judg-

ment by default will be rendered

against you.

It is ordered that a copy hereof

be published according to law in

The Weekly Record, a newspaper

of general circulation published in

New Madrid County, Missouri.

Court Administrator's Office

Department of Civil Records

Circuit Court of New Madrid

County, Missouri

Publication dates: September 02,

09, 16, 23, 2016

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Dear Men's American Legion,

We would like to take a moment to thank you for sending us to Missouri Girl's

State and share some of our favorite memories. We learned many things about

politics and Missouri government that the everyday person would not know. We

both were elected into the House of Representatives and we had the privilege of

making a trip to Jefferson City to hold a session in the House Chambers. Throughout

the week we met many important political figures, including the current governor

and also this year's candidates. We would like to thank you again for a week filled

with political education, lasting memories, and new friendships that would not

have been possible without your generosity.

Sincerely,

Erica Palmer and Karlie Frazier (pictured above)

A public letter of gratitude

M

arcella RoseMary Whitley was born March 27, 1931

in Pemiscot County to `Roe Hampton and Maggie

McDowell Hampton. She died Wednesday, August 18, 2016

at her home in Marston MO at the age of 85 years.

On April 26, 1955 she married

Preston

Eugene

Whitley

who preceded her in death

on November 21, 2001. Also

preceding her in death was her

daughter, Sharon Brooks, and

her parents 'Roe and Maggie

Hampton. She loved collecting

things and yard selling and

working in her yard and house.

She leaves to cherish her

memories one son and daughter

in law Darrell and Cathy Whitley

of New Madrid; two daughters

and son-in-law, Janet Johnson

and her husband Iver of Chicago and Donna Whitley of

Freeport Ill.; one brother, Glenn Hampton of Florida; one

sister, Georgia Stafford of Virginia; her grandchildren,

Andrea, Amenda, Iver, Eric, Tonya and Joe; great-

grandchildren, Jacob, Lauren, Noah, Isabel, Benjamin,

Kelsey, Emily, Christian, Lindsey and Jordan; and one great

great grandchild, Carson.

A memorial service was held Wednesday, August 24,

2016 at the DeLisle Funeral Home in Portageville.

Bonnie Brown

Remembrances

Celebrating the Lives of

those we love

New Madrid County man sentenced on

Federal charges involving Farm Subsidy

and Crop Insurance Fraud

Bobby David Lowrey was sentenced to 24 months in prison on multiple charges involv-

ing federal crop insurance fraud, theft of government property and wire fraud.

According to court documents, Bobby David Lowrey owned and operated farms and

related businesses in Parma, New Madrid County, Missouri, including Bobby David Low-

rey Farms, Lowrey and Lowrey, Inc. of Parma, Missouri, John Radin Farms and Kathy

Ellsworth Farms.

Bobby David Lowrey placed farms in other people’s names in order to obtain federal

farm subsidy payments that he was not entitled to receive under the Direct and Counter-

cyclical Payment Program. The investigation disclosed that John Radin, the alleged opera-

tor of Radin Farms, was employed by Bobby David Lowrey and not actively engaged in

farming and did not have any financial interest in the farming operations. Lowery made

false statements to the United States Department of Agriculture pertaining to the Federal

Crop Insurance Corporation and Direct and Counter-cyclical Payment Program.

From 2007 to 2012, Bobby David Lowrey obtained $240,367 in Direct and Counter-

cyclical Payments in the name of John Radin Farms. Additionally, $207,729 worth of Mul-

tiple Peril Crop Insurance Indemnities, premium subsidies, and administrative subsidies

were paid on behalf of John Radin Farms between 2008 and 2012.

The investigation also disclosed that between 2006 and 2011, Bobby David Lowrey

transmitted by wire “Extended Work Search Waivers” to the Missouri Division of Employ-

ment Security and reported that his employees were on a temporary layoff when in reality

they were still working and being paid. The transmissions made to the Missouri Division

of Employment Security resulted in more than $60,000

worth of Unemployment Insurance benefits being paid to

employees that they not eligible to receive.

Bobby David Lowrey, 49, Parma, MO, pled guilty in May

to two felony counts of making false statements regarding

crop insurance benefits, one felony count of theft of gov-

ernment property and one felony count of wire fraud. He

appeared today for sentencing before United States District

Judge Stephen N. Limbaugh, Jr, in Cape Girardeau.

This case was investigated by the United States Depart-

ment of Agriculture Office of Inspector General-Investi-

gations, Missouri State Highway Patrol-Rural Crimes In-

vestigative Unit, and United States Department of Labor

Office of Inspector General-Investigations. Assistant Unit-

ed States Attorney Anthony L. Franks handled the case for

the U.S. Attorney’s Office.

The City of New Madrid

wishes to secure sealed quotations for two

generator sets for the renovated police/fire station.

Detailed specifications

may be obtained from the office of the City

Clerk located in the

City Hall at 560 Mott Street, New Madrid,

Missouri 63869,

between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.,

Monday through Thursday.

Project highlights include

:

• (2) 125kW diesel generator sets

• Level 2 sound attenuated enclosures – 73 dB(A) @ 23’

• 24-hour/309 gallon sub-base fuel tanks

• Batteries, battery chargers, & remote annunciators

• (2) transfer switches – (1) 400A, (1) 600A

• Startup and commissioning for both systems

• Must be completely installed no later than 10/23/16

The City of New Madrid,

by its authorized representatives, shall

reserve the right to reject any and all quotations, to select the highest

or best bid and to make decisions which they deem beneficial to the

City of New Madrid.

All bids

should be sealed and delivered to the office of the City

Clerk, 560 Mott Street, New Madrid, Missouri, 63869, on or before

12:00 p.m., Tuesday, September 6, 2016, at which time they will be

opened and read aloud.

Richard McGill

City Administrator

8/10/16

Request for Bids