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EXHIBIT 3264

WILLIAM SAMPSON,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT Law,

Harlan, Kentucky, January 12th, 1934. Mr. G. L. THOMAS,

Chief Clerk, Lynch, Ky. DEAR SIR: I am in receipt of your letter of the 11th, enclosing me eleven bonds, three of which are for the three Deputy Sheriffs and eight of which are for eight of the nine Patrolmen, John L. Greenlee, one of the Patrolmen being absent, As I understand it as soon as he returns from his vacation you will forward me his bond.

I am delivering the bonds for the Deputy Sheriffs to T. R. Middleton and the bonds for the Patrolmen to Judge Moris Saylor, County Judge. Yours very truly,

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APPOINTMENTS OF PRIVATE POLICE

EXHIBIT 3265

BUREAU OF POLICE,

December 23rd, 1932. Mr. WILLIAM SAMPSON,

Attorney at Law, Harlan, Kentucky. DEAR SIR: My records disclose that the commissions of Patrolman Frank B. Smith, assigned to the First Patrol District at Lynch, Kentucky as County Patrolman; and Patrolman John Yelenovsky, assigned to the Third Patrol District at Lynch, Kentucky, as County Patrolman will expire on December 31st, 1932.

Will you kindly have the necessary Court Orders drawn and entered, asking that these commissions be renewed. Very truly yours,

J. R. MENEFEE, Captain of Police. JRM:RF Copies to: H. A. C.; G. L. T.; J. D. Mc.

EXHIBIT 3266

WILLIAM SAMPSON,
ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT Law,

Harlan, Kentucky, December 31st, 1932. Captain J. R. MENEFEE,

Captain of Police, Lynch, Ky. DEAR SIR: In accordance with your letter of the 23rd, I have had orders entered in the County Court reappointing John Yelenovsky as Patrolman for the Third District and Frank Smith as Patrolman for the First District.

I enclose you herewith attested copied of each of these orders and the oath to be certified to by the Justice of the Peace.

I am sending a copy of this order to Mr. G. L. Thomas, Chief Clerk in order that he may take the necessary steps in regard to the Patrolman bonds.

Yours very truly, ws/be

WM. SAMPSON.
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EXHIBIT 3267

HARLAN COUNTY Court

ORDERS

January term 1930, first day, January 6th, 1930.

JANUARY 6TH. Upon motion of J. H. Blair, Sheriff of Harlan County, it is ordered that Joseph R. Menefee be, and he is hereby, appointed Deputy Sheriff in and for Harlan County.

Said Menefee being present accepted said appointment and he was duly sworn to faithfully perform the duties of his office and as required by law. A copy, attest:

M. S. Smith, Clerk, Harlan County Court.

EXHIBIT 3268

HARLAN COUNTY COURT

ORDERS

January term 1930, first day, January 6th, 1930

JANUARY 7TH. Upon motion of J. H. Blair, Sheriff of Harlan County, it is ordered that Harry W. Carroll, be and he is hereby appointed Deputy Sheriff in and for Harlaa County.

Said Carroll being present accepted said appointment and he was duly sworn to faithfully perform the duties of his office and as required by law. A Copy, Attest:

M. S. SMITH, Clerk, Harlan County Court.

EXHIBIT 3269

HARLAN COUNTY Court

ORDERS
January term 1930, first day, January 6th, 1930

JANUARY 7TH. Upon motion of J. H. Blair, Sheriff of Harlan County it is ordered that Victor L. Creech be and he is hereby appointed Deputy Sheriff in and for Harlan County.

Said Creech being present accepted said appointment and he was duly sworn to faithfully perform the duties of his office and as required by law. A Copy, Attest:

M. S. SMITH, Clerk, Harlan County Court.

EXHIBIT 3270

HARLAN COUNTY COURT

ORDER

January term, first day, January 4th, 1932

JANUARY 19TH, 1932. On motion of the United States Coal & Coke Company it is ordered that William Vincent be and he is hereby reappointed Patrolman for Patrol District No. 3 in and for the County.

It is further ordered by the court that the compensation of said Patrolman shall be paid by the United States Coal & Coke Company and that he shall not perform the duties of said office until he shall have taken oath before a Justice of a Peace to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of a Patrolman.

The court reserves to itself the power of removal of said Patrolman at will. A Copy, Attest:

M. S. Smith,

Clerk, Harlan County Court. STATE OF KENTUCKY,

County of Harlan: I, J. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace in and for Harlan County, Kentucky, do hereby certify that in my said District on this date William Vincent, has taken the oath before me as Patrolman of Patrol District No. 3 in Harlan County, Kentucky, as is required by law and to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of Patrolman. Given under my hand this the 19th day of January 1932.

JNO. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace, Harlan County, Kentucky.

EXHIBIT 3271

HARLAN COUNTY COURT

ORDERS

April term, first day, April 4th, 1932

APRIL 25TH, 1932. On motion of the United States Coal & Coke Company it is ordered that John L. Greenlee, be and he is hereby appointed Patrolman for Patrol District No. 2, in and for the County,

It is further ordered by the court that the compensation of said Patrolman shall be paid by the United States Coal & Coke Company and that he shall not perform the duties of said office until he shall have taken oath before a Justice of a Peace to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of a Patrolman.

The court reserves to itself the power of removal of said Patrolman at will.
A Copy, Attest:

M. G. SMITH,
Clerk, Harlan County Court.

STATE OF KENTUCKY,

County of Harlan: 1, J. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace in and for Harlan County, Kentucky, do hereby certify that in my said District on this date, John L. Greenlee, has taken the oath before me as Patrolman of Patrol District No. 2 in Harlan County,

as is required by law and to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of Patrolman. Given under my hand this the 27th day of April 1932.

J. W. PATTON, Justice of the Peace, Harlan County, Kentucky.

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EXHIBIT 3272

HARLAN COUNTY Court

ORDERS

April term, first day, April 4th, 1932

APRIL 25th, 1932. On motion of the United States Coal & Coke Company it is ordered that William Metcalfe, be and he is hereby appointed Patrolman for Patrol District No. 1 in

and for the County.

It is further ordered by the court that the compensation of said Patrolman shall be paid by the United States Coal & Coke Company and that he shall not perform the duties of said office until he shall have taken oath before a Justice of a Peace to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of a Patrolman.

The court reserves to itself the power of removal of said Patrolman at will. A Copy, Attest:

M. G. SMITH,

Clerk, Harlan County Court. STATE OF KENTUCKY,

County of Harlan: I, J. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace in and for Harlan County, Kentucky, do hereby certify that in my said District on this date William Metcalfe, has taken the oath before me as Patrolman of Patrol District No. 1 in Harlan County, Kentucky, as is required by law and to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of Patrolman. Given under my hand this the day of April 1932.

J. W. PATTON, Justice of the Peace, Harlan County, Kentucky.

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December term, first day, December 5th, 1932

DECEMBER 31st, 1932. On motion of the United States Coal & Coke Company it is ordered that Frank S. Smith be and he is hereby reappointed Patrolman for Patrol District No. 1 in and for the County.

It is further ordered by the court that the compensation of said Patrolman shall be paid by the United States Coal & Coke Company and that he shall not perform the duties of said office until he shall have taken oath before a Justice of a Peace to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of a Patrolman.

The court reserves to itself the power of removal of said Patrolman at will. A Copy, Attest:

M. G. Smith, Cik.

STATE OF KENTUCKY,

County of Harlan: I, J. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace in and for Harlan County, Kentucky, do hereby certify that in my said District on this date Frank S. Smith, has taken the oath before me as Patrolman of Patrol District No. 1 in Harlan County, Kentucky, as is required by law and to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of Patrolman. Given under my hand this the 3 day of January 1933.

J. W. PATTON, Justice of the Peace, Harlan County, Kentucky.

EXHIBIT 3274

HARLAN COUNTY COURT

ORDER

December term, first day, December 5th, 1932

DECEMBER 31st, 1932. On motion of the United States Coal & Coke Company it is ordered that John Yelenovsky be and he is hereby re-appointed Patrolman for Patrol District No. 3 in and for the County.

man.

It is further ordered by the court that the compensation of said Patrolman shall be paid by the United States Coal & Coke Company and that he shall not perform the duties of said office until he shall have taken oath before a Justice of a Peace to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of a Patrol

The court reserves to itself the power of removal of said Patrolman at will. A Copy Attest:

M. S. Smith, Clk. STATE OF KENTUCKY,

County of Harlan: I, J. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace in and for Harlan County, Kentucky, do hereby certify that in my said District on this date John Yelenovsky, has taken the oath before me as Patrolman of Patrol District No. 3 in Harlan County, Kentucky, as is required by law and to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of Patrolman. Given under my hand this the 3rd day of January 1933.

JNO. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace, Harlan County, Kentucky.

EXHIBIT 3275

HARLAN COUNTY COURT

ORDER

February term, first day, February 6th, 1933

FEBRUARY 22ND, 1933. On motion of the United States Coal & Coke Company it is ordered that Harry G. Russell, be and he is hereby appointed Patrolman for Patrol District No. 3 in and for the County.

It is further ordered by the court that the compensation of said Patrolman shall be paid by the United States Coal & Coke Company and that he shall not perform the duties of said office until he shall have taken oath before a Justice of a Peace to faithfully, impartially and diligently perform the duties of a Patrolman.

The court reserves to itself the power of removal of said Patrolman at will. A Copy, Attest:

M. S. SMITH,

Clerk, Harlan County Court. 0. K.

H. H. HOWARD, Judge.

STATE OF KENTUCKY,

County of Harlan: I, J. W. Patton, Justice of the Peace in and for Harlan County, Kentucky, do hereby certify that in my said District on this date Harry G. Russell, has taken the oath before me as Patrolman of Patrol District No. 3 in Harlan County, Kentucky, as is required by law and to faithfully, impartially and diligently Perform the duties of Patrolman. Given under my hand this the 22nd, 1933.

JNO. W. PATTON, Justice of the Peace, Harlan County, Kentucky.

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