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JULY 26, 2013
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NOTICE OF SALE OF MOTOR VEHICLES
IMPOUNDED BY ORDER OF THE CHIEF
OF POLICE IN ACCORDANCE WITH
SECTION 683.011 ET SEQ., TEXAS
TRANSPORTATION CODE, REGULAT-
ING THE IMPOUNDING AND SALE OF
ABANDONED VEHICLES BY DELEGATE
OR PERSONALLY.
THE PURCHASER SHALL TAKE TITLE
TO THE MOTOR VEHICLE FREE AND
CLEAR OF ALL LIENS AND CLAIMS
OF OWNERSHIP AND IS ENTITLED TO
REGISTER THE PURCHASED MOTOR
VEHICLE AND RECIEVE A CERTIFI-
CATE OF TITLE.
I WILL PROCEED TO SELL AT PUBLIC
AUCTION TO THE HIGHEST BIDDER FOR
CASH IN THE CITY OF AUSTIN, TRA-
VIS COUNTY, TEXAS, THE FOLLOWING
DESCRIBED MOTOR VEHICLES WHICH
HAVE NOT BEEN REDEEMED BY THE
OWNERS, THEREOF TO WIT;
AUGUST 21, 2013 @ 9:30 AM @
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CONGRESS, AUSTIN,TX 78745
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All persons having claims
against the Estate which is cur-
rently being administered are
required to present them within
the time and in the manner
prescribed by law, addressed
in care of the representative’s
attorney as follows:
Estate of Robert Heise
c/o Calley D. Callahan, Attorney
KNOLLE, HOLCOMB, KOTH-
MANN & CALLAHAN
7600 N. Capital of Texas
Highway
Building B, Suite 110
Austin, Texas 78731
Dated this the 17th day of
July, 2013.
Respectfully submitted,
KNOLLE, HOLCOMB, KOTH-
MANN & CALLAHAN
By: /s/ Calley D. Callahan
State Bar No. 00796293
7600 N. Capital of Texas
Highway
Building B, Suite 110
Austin, Texas 78731
(512) 476-1121 telephone
(512) 476-1131 facsimile
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
original Letters of Independent
Administration for the Estate of
CLIFFORD S. SATO, Deceased,
were issued on July 16, 2013,
in Cause No. C-1-PB-13-001158,
pending in the Probate Court
Number One of Travis County,
Texas, to: CHRISTOPHER
E. SATO as Independent
Administrator.
All persons having claims
against this Estate which is cur-
rently being administered are
required to present them to the
undersigned within the time
and in the manner prescribed
by law.
c/o: D. Scott Heselmeyer
D. Scott Heselmeyer, P.C.
211 Round Rock Avenue
Round Rock, Texas 78664
DATED the 16th day of July,
2013.
/s/ D. Scott Heselmeyer
Attorney for Gail Hensley
State Bar No.: 24041094
D. Scott Heselmeyer, P.C.
211 Round Rock Avenue
Round Rock, Texas 78664
(512) 310-1199 Telephone
(512) 369-6965 Facsimile
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
original Letters Testamen-
tary for the Estate of Estate of
Francis X. Towey, Deceased,
were issued on July 16, 2013,
in Cause No. C-1-PB-12-002086,
pending in the Probate Court
No. 1, Travis County, Texas,
to: Lee Toowey, Independent
Administrator.
All persons having claims
against this Estate which is cur-
rently being administered are
required to present them to the
undersigned within the time
and in the manner prescribed
by law.
Lee Toowey, Independent
Administrator
3405 Winding River Trail
Round Rock, Texas 78681
DATED the 26th day of July,
2013.
Lee Toowey, Independent
Administrator
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
original Letters Testamentary
for the Estate of Evelyn A. Ol-
msted, Deceased, were issued
on April 17, 2013 in Cause No.
13-0195-CP4, now pending in
the Probate Court No. 1 of Wil-
liamson County, Texas, to Ann
Olmsted Kleinebecker.
Claims may be presented in
care of the attorney for the
Estate addressed as follows:
Patricia Kelly, Estate Attorney
8650 Spicewood Springs Rd.
#145
Austin, Texas 78759
All persons having claims
against this Estate which is cur-
rently being administered are
required to present them within
the time and in the manner
prescribed by law.
DATED the 17th day of July,
2013.
By: /s/ Patricia Kelly
Attorney(s) for the Estate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
original Letters Testamentary
for the Estate of Joseph Ste-
phen Calhoun, Deceased, were
issued on June 11, 2013, in
Cause No. C-1-PB-13-000878,
pending in the Probate Court
No. 1, Travis County, Texas, In
Matters Probate to: LAUREL
ROSE CALHOUN.
All persons having claims
against this Estate which is
currently being administered
are required to present them
to the undersigned within
the time and in the manner
prescribed by law: Thomas J.
O’Meara, Jr., Attorney at Law,
919 Congress Ave., Suite 900,
Austin, Texas 78701.
DATED the 16th day of July,
2013.
/s/ Thomas J. O’Meara, Jr.,
Attorney
State Bar No.: 15279500
919 Congress Ave., Suite 900
Austin, TX 78701
Telephone: (512) 441-1411
Facsimile: (512) 469-2975
Attorney for Laurel Rose
Calhoun
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
original Letters Testamentary
for the Estate of Lloyd C. Wem-
ken, Deceased, were issued
on April 17, 2013 in Cause No.
13-0031-CP4, now pending
in the Probate Court No. 1 of
Williamson County, Texas, to
Jeanetha Wemken.
Claims may be presented in
care of the attorney for the
Estate addressed as follows:
Patricia Kelly, Estate Attorney
8650 Spicewood Springs Rd.
#145
Austin, Texas 78759
All persons having claims
against this Estate which is cur-
rently being administered are
required to present them within
the time and in the manner
prescribed by law.
DATED the 17th day of July,
2013.
By: /s/ Patricia Kelly
Attorney(s) for the Estate
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that orig-
inal Letters Testamentary for
the Estate of Mary Ruth Quade
AKA Mary R. Quade AKA Mary
Quade AKA Mary Ruth Black
Quade, Deceased, were issued
on July 16, 2013, in Cause No.
C-1-PB-13-001231, pending in
the Statutory Probate Court
No. 1, Travis County, Texas, to:
Joel Harwood Quade.
All persons having claims
against this Estate which is cur-
rently being administered are
required to present them within
the time and in the manner
prescribed by law.
c/o: Brad Wiewel
Attorney at Law
1601 Rio Grande St., Ste. 550
Austin, TX 78701
DATED the 16th day of July,
2013.
/s/ Candice Bocock
Attorney for Joel Harwood
Quade
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
original Letters Testamentary
for the Estate of Thomas H.
Applewhite, Deceased, were
issued on July 18, 2013, in
Cause No. C-1-PB-13-000786,
pending in the Probate Court
No. One, Travis County, Texas,
to: Thomas T. Applewhite and
Pamela E. Burke.
All persons having claims
against this Estate which is cur-
rently being administered are
required to present them to the
undersigned within the time
and in the manner prescribed
by law.
c/o: Mauzy & Tucker, PLLC
1717 West 6th Street, Suite 315
Austin, Texas 78703
DATED July 18, 2013.
MAUZY & TUCKER, PLLC
1717 W. 6th Street, Suite 315
Austin, Texas 78703
(512) 474-1493
Facsimile: (512) 479-7910
By: Catherine A. Mauzy
State Bar No. 13239400
Margaret Tucker
State Bar No. 00789912
Lisa Danley-Herring
State Bar No. 24068966
ATTORNEY FOR THOMAS TED
APPLEWHITE AND PAMELA
E. BURKE
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
original Letters Testamentary
of the Estate of Horace Eldon
Johnson, Deceased, were is-
sued on July 16, 2013 in Cause
No. C-1-PB-13-001171, by the
Travis County Probate Court
Number One to Thomas Stith
Johnson, Independent Executor
of the Estate of Horace Eldon
Johnson. All persons having
claims against said Estate are
required to present them to
Richard Thormann, Attorney at
Law, 805 W. 10th Street, Suite
100, Austin, Texas 78701 within
the time prescribed by law.
OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE
TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS
Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids for the
Fire and
Smoke Detection Systems
at the Travis County Correc-
tional Complex (TCCC) Bldg.
12 and Training Academy
Bldg. 50 (IFB No. 1305-018-
AG
), two (2) projects consisting
primarily of: A) Providing a new
and complete Fire Detection
System and integration with
the existing fire alarm system
for Building 12, Section G, and
B) Providing a new and com-
plete Fire and Smoke Detection
System and integration with
the existing Fire Alarm System
for the Training Academy build-
ing 50, in Travis County, will be
received electronically through
www.bidsync.com. Bids will be
accepted until
3:00 P.M. CST,
August 15, 2013
, then publicly
opened and read aloud. Travis
County will also accept paper
bids received by Cyd Grimes,
Travis County Purchasing
Agent, marked “Sealed Bid
(Fire and Smoke Detection
Systems at TCCC Bldg. 12 and
Training Academy Bldg. 50, IFB
No. 1305-018-AG)” at the Travis
County Purchasing Office, 700
Lavaca Street, Ste. 800, Austin,
TX 78701. Note: The Time-Date
Stamp Clock located at the
front counter of the Travis
County Purchasing Office will
serve as the OFFICIAL CLOCK
for the purpose of verifying
the date and time of receipt of
paper bids.
BIDDERS MAY BID ON EI-
THER OR BOTH PROJECTS.
THE COUNTY RESERVES
THE RIGHT TO AWARD
CONTRACT(S) ON A PER
PROJECT OR ALL OR NONE
BASIS.
You may print the Plans and
Specifications from www.
bidsync.com or they can be
obtained in the Travis County
Purchasing Office. Hard
copies (printed) of Plans and
Specifications may be obtained
from the Travis County Pur-
chasing Office for a refundable
deposit of $100.00 in the form of
a cashier’s check, money order,
or company check payable to
“Travis County.” The deposit
will be refunded if the drawings
and specifications are returned
in good condition within 21
calendar days of the bid open-
ing. In addition, Plans and
Specifications will be made
available for viewing free of
charge at various Austin-Area
Plan Rooms.
AN OPTIONAL PRE-BID
CONFERENCE WILL BE
HELD ON AUGUST 01, 2013
AT 9:00 A.M., C.S.T. at TCCC
Visitors’ Center Lobby, 3614
Bill Price Road, Del Valle,
TX 78617.
A bid security in the amount
of five percent (5%) of the total
bid amount will be required.
IF
A COPY OF THE BID SECU-
RITY IS SUBMITTED ELEC-
TRONICALLY THROUGH
WWW.BIDSYNC.COM, AN
ORIGINAL AND ONE COPY
WILL BE DUE (BY CLOSE OF
BUSINESS) ONE BUSINESS
DAY AFTER THE BID OPEN-
ING DATE.
Payments will be
made for completed work in
progressive payments with the
County retaining five percent
(5%) of each payment until final
acceptance of the project. Pay-
ments will be made by check.
A Payment Bond is required
in the amount of one hundred
percent (100%) of the contract
amount, if the contract amount
exceeds $25,000. A Perfor-
mance Bond is required in the
amount of one hundred percent
(100%) of the contract amount,
if the contract amount exceeds
$100,000. Bidders should use
lump sum pricing.
PROJECT PERFORMANCE PE-
RIOD IS 60 CALENDAR DAYS
FOR EACH OF THE PROJECTS.
IF THE CONTRACTOR FAILS
TO COMPLETE THE PROJECT
IN THE WORKING DAYS
SPECIFIED-FOR THE FIRE DE-
TECTION SYSTEM BUILDING
12, SECTION G, LIQUIDATED
DAMAGES OF $100.00 PER
DAY OF DELAY WILL BE AS-
SESSED; FOR THE FIRE AND
SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS
AT THE TRAINING ACADEMY
BUILDING 50, LIQUIDATED
DAMAGES OF $100.00 PER
DAY WILL BE ASSESSED.
Historically Underutilized Busi-
nesses including Contractors,
Subcontractors, and Suppliers
are encouraged to participate
in this project consistent
with the goals of the Travis
County Commissioners Court.
Contractors will be required
to comply with all applicable
Equal Employment Opportu-
nity laws and regulations, all
Federal, State, and local regula-
tions for construction safety
and health standards.
The successful bidder must
commence work upon issu-
ance by County of a written
Notice to Proceed. The County
reserves the right to reject any
and all bids and to waive any
informality in the bids received.
Bids may not be withdrawn
for ninety (90) calendar days
after the date on which they
are opened.
Estimated project range for
the Fire Detection System
Building 12, Section G: $30,000
to $40,000
Estimated project range for
the Fire and Smoke Detection
Systems at Training Academy
Building 50: $55,000 to $60,000
OFFICIAL PUBLIC NOTICE
TRAVIS COUNTY, TEXAS
Notice is hereby given that
sealed bids for the
LOWER
ROOF REPLACEMENT FOR
THE TRAVIS COUNTY
RAY MARTINEZ BUILDING
(IFB No. B1307-007-JE)
, a
project consisting primarily
of REPLACEMENT OF THE
LOWER ROOF, INSTALLATION
OF A METAL WALL SYSTEM
AND METAL COPING CAPS
AT SELECTED LOCATIONS in
Travis County, will be received
electronically through www.
bidsync.com. Bids will be
accepted until
2:00 P. M. CST,
AUGUST 14, 2013
, then pub-
licly opened and read aloud.
Travis County will also accept
paper bids received by Cyd
Grimes, Travis County Purchas-
ing Agent, marked “Sealed Bid
LOWER ROOF REPLACEMENT
FOR THE TRAVIS COUNTY
RAY MARTINEZ BUILDING
(IFB No. B1307-007-JE), “ at
the Travis County Purchasing
Office, 700 Lavaca Street, Ste.
800, Austin, TX 78701. Note:
The Time-Date Stamp Clock
located at the front counter of
the Travis County Purchasing
Office will serve as the OF-
FICIAL CLOCK for the purpose
of verifying the date and time of
receipt of paper bids.
You may print the Plans and
Specifications through www.
bidsync.com. In the event
of a large file size, please be
patient when downloading or
viewing. Hard copies (printed)
of Plans and Specifications
may also be obtained from
the Travis County Purchas-
ing Office for a refundable
deposit of $100.00 in the form of
a cashier’s check, money order,
or company check payable to
“Travis County.” The deposit
will be refunded if the Plans
and Specifications are returned
in good condition within 21 cal-
endar days of the bid opening.
In addition, Plans and
Luke Ellis will return on the
FIRST THURSDAY of EVERY MONTH
Until then, here’s an
uncommon
law
that you
may need to be aware of:
COMMON LAW
In Maine if you keep your
Christmas decorations on
display after January 14,
you’ll be fined.
In New Hampshire it’s
forbidden to sell the
clothes you’re wearing to
pay off a gambling debt.