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14 - February 2, 2012 Yolir Hometown Newspaper News Outlook I I* Homeless, No More!H Submitted By: Madison Henderson, Matthew Wood- ard, Mikayla Ray, Layne Easton, Madison Crouch, Michael Day, Natalie Bartholomew, and Pashley Griffith Vickie Moriarity, 7th Grade Language Arts teacher at Bath County Middle School, re- cently had her students learn about using references and proper citation in their writ- ing. The topic for their essays was, qZhat is society's respon- sibility to those less fortunate?" The Bath County News Out- look thought that their work should be showcased over the next several editions and their viewpoints shared. Congratu- lations to these students/ Have COMMUNITY SBi00J00JM from s00ts Ja VIeMe Mri=rlly's ?tb g00de Lenllualle Ar00s BillA Cml00. Middle Sebe| I you ever seen a er things. When Eleanor visit- Jennifer Magid in her maga- diabetes are especially corn- Dickens, I Charles. '% homeless person and wanted to help but were not fully sure if you should? According to Anna Quindien in her person- al essay "Homeless )', "Home is where the heart is. There is no place like it." (103) The heart is where hope and faith is stored, but when people have no home, then all hope and faith is lost. To give oth- ers hope and faith, it is impor- tant that people should help those less fortunate. People have an obliga- tion to help those less for- mate because they are hu- man. Eleanor Roosevelt, who was the first lady of the US, helped in the charity kitch- ens ladling out soup, when she could've been doing oth- ed the hospital she stopped at every bed when she could've visited a limited amount. El- eanor also convinced her hus- band to the N.Y.A, which pro- vided money to allow impov- erished young people to stay in school. 0acobs, 94) When she had other things to do, she found time to do this. El- eanor did all of this because she cared dearly for the less fortunate. We as humans should take that example and put it in ac- tion. Children cannot choose which family they were born into. If they are born into a rich family they are likely to have a better education and better health. According to Photo by Charles Mattox Wildcats Allex Ramsey and Josh Williams go up for a block against Panther Travis Taylor during a loss at Flemingsburg Jan. 27. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION I ACTION NO. 10-CI-90169 BANK OF AMERICA, N.A. SUCCESSOR BY MERGER BAC HOME LOANS SERVICING, LP FKA COUNTRYWIDE HOME LOANS SERVICING LP PLAINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE JEFFREY THOMASON, ET AL " DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 16 De- cember 2011, to raise the sum of $144,564.28, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 4 February 2012, at the hour of 12:00 noon, the following described property: Legal Description: A certain tract of land lying in Bath County, Kentucky near the town of Olympia on Kentucky Highway 36, approximately 2.2 miles East of Owingsville, and on the South side of Ky 36, and being Lot 4 of High Haven Estates, Phase II, and more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a 1/2" rebar with 1" cap marked "M.R. StuU ]L.S. 2993" (set this survey) in the North right-of-way of Sunset Drive at a point 20.00 :feet right of centerline sta- tion 17=34.35, and corner to Lot 3 of High Haven Estates Phase II; thence with Sunset Drive right-of-way S 36 degrees 12' 04" W, 142.20 feet to a point in the North right- of-way of Sunset Drive; thence continuing with said right-of-way 137.38 feet along a circular curve with radius 6480.00 feet and a chord of S 36 degrees 48' 30" W, 137.38 feet to a 1/2" rebar with 1" cap marked "M.R. Stull L.S. 2993" (set this survey) in said right-of-way, twenty feet right of station 20+14.35, and Corner to Lot 5; thence leaving Sunset Drive and with Lot 5 N 53 degrees 18' 08" W, 200.00 feet to a 1/2" rebar with 1" cap marked "M.R. Stull L.S. 2993" (set this survey) as a witness corner in Lot 5 line; thence continuing the same line N 53 degrees 18' 08" W, 135.10 feet to a 1/2" rebar with 1" cap marked "M.R. Stull L.S. 2993" (set this survey) in the hollow on the North side of a small branch, corner to Lot.5 and in the line of Phase I Lot 6; thence up said branch N 39 degrees 48' 05" E, 76.06 feet to a 1/2" rebar with 1" cap marked "M.R: Stull L.S. 2993" (set this survey) in the hollow on the North Side of the branch; thence N 25 degrees 00' 05" E, 218.59 feet to a 1/2" rebar with 1" cap marked "M.R.Stull L.S. 2993" (set this survey) in the hollow on the South side of the branch in corner to Lot 3, and in the line of Phase I Lot 6; thence leaving the branch and with the line of Lot 3 S 51 degrees 42' 22" E, 94.47 feet to a 1/2" rebar with 1" cap marked "M.R. Stull L.S. 2993" (set this survey) as a witness corner in Lot 3 line; thence continuing the same line with Lot 3 S 51 degrees 42' 22" E, 280.00 feet to the point of beginning containing 2.27 1 Acres as surveyed by M.R. (Randy) Stull, P.L.S. 2993. Further reference is made to the Plat of Phase II of High Haven Estates, L.L.C. by M.R. (Randy) Stull which is recorded at Plat Cabinet A Slide 117 in the Bath County Clerk's Office. Address: 162 Sunset Drive, Owingsville, Kentucky 40360. Parcel Number: 055-00-00-032.05. Subject to all restrictions, conditions and covenants and to all legal highways and ease- ments. Being the same property conveyed to Jeffrey Thomason and Kimberly Thomason, husband and wife who acquired title, with rights of survivorship, by virtue of a deed from High Haven Estates, LLC, dated June 11, 2004, filed June 15, 2004, recorded in Deed Book 206, Page 571, County Clerk's Office, Bath County, Kentucky. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easemeats, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath Coulty Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) per cent cash or check at the time, of sale and the balance on credit of thirty (30) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full force and effect of a Judgment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hen. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in the News Outlook 1.19.12; 1.26.12; 2.2.12 zine article 'rFhe Price Of Pov- erty", "researchers discov- ered the longer that children lived in poverty the worst day to day memory they had. )'. This leads to a bad future. If we humans help those chil- dren and their families, re- sults are they cab be more successful and raise a family that is not less fortunate. The less fortunate also tend to have more health issues, Jennifer Magid states in her magazine article Wrne Price Of Poverty )) , ))Obesity and mon in poor kids and teens )). This means that the children and teens of poor families can't cure their*health issues. So as you can see, people should give the less fortu- nate the hope and faith that we have. People should open up, and bring this situation to an end because those affected peo- ple can't. So when you do see that homeless person, yes, help them and all the others with that conflict. Works Cited Christmas Carol. )) The Lan- guage of Literature. Evan- ston: McDougall Littell, 2006. 252-74. Print_ Jacobs, William Jay. "El- eanor Roosevelt. )' The Lan- guage of Literature. Evan- ston: McDougall Littell, 2006. 88-96. Print. Magid, Jennifer. 'rI'he Price of Poverty. )) Current Health Sept_ 2010: 20. Web. Quindlen, Anna. "Home- less." The Language of Liter- ature. Evanston: McDougall Littell, 2006. 102-04. Print. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTUCKY BATH CIRCUIT COURT DIVISION II ACTION NO. 11-CI-90147 VANDERBILT MORTGAGE AND FINANCE, INC. PLAINTIFF VS: NOTICE OF COMMISSIONER'S SALE ESTATE OF JAMES M. ROBERTS, ET AL DEFENDANTS By virtue of a Judgment and Order of Sale entered in Bath Circuit Court on 1 De- cember 2011, to raise the sum of $85,742.41, interest, fees, and the costs of sale, I will expose for sale to the highest and best bidder at the Courthouse door, in Owingsville, Bath County, Kentucky, on Saturday, 4 February 2012, at the hour of ! 2 noon, the fol- lowing described property: All that tract or parcel of land being approximately 1,300 feet south of the intersection of an old haul road and Foxcliff Road, said old haul road being approximately 1030 feet southeast along Foxcliff Road from the intersection of Foxcliff Road and Ferguson road in Bath county, Kentucky, and being more fully described and bounded as fol- lows: BEGINNING at a twin 12-inch chestnut oak tree (All trees in this description are ref- erenced with a MAG nail and washer stamped "ESTES PLS 3345" set in the south side of the tree and approximately 5 feet above ground level) in a fence line and in the line now or formerly Forrest & Elizabeth Burton (Bath County Deed Book 167 Page 633), said tree being approximately 250 feet east of a metal barn on the property of Cecil & Annette Standifer (Bath County Deed Book 197 Page 466); thence with the fence line and Burton for four (4) calls; SOUTH 49 20' 18" EAST, 62.29 feet to an 18-inch cedar; SOUTH 53 26' 34" EAST, 80.53 feet to an 18-inch cedar; SOUTH 63 39' 52" EAST, 83.92 feet to a 24-inch oak; NORTH 89 39' 09" EAST, 13.97 feet to a set 1/2-inch diameter, 18-inch long iron rebar with orange survey cap stamped 'ESTES LS 3345" (set rebar); thence leaving the fence line and the line of Burton, and creating a new line of division through the property of Cecil & Annette Standifer (Bath County Deed Book 197 Page 466) for six (6) calls: SOUTH 12 12'56" WEST, 121.20 feet to a set rebar; SOUTH 85 08' 53" WEST, 121.83 feet to a set rebar; NORTH 56 22' 36" WEST, 128.81 feet to a set rebar; NORTH 16 57' 53" WEST, 93.84 feet to a set rebar NORTH 40 47' 16" EAST, 30.29 feet to a point in the centerline of a proposed 20-foot wide access easement for ingress and egress over the existing gravel road and through the property of Cecil & Annette Standifer (Bath County Deed Book 197 Page 466); NORTH 40 47' 16" EAST, 93.03 feet to the point of BEGINNING and containing 1.00 acre, together with a 20-foot wide access easement for ingress and egress over the existing gravel road through the property of Cecil & Annette Standifer (Bath County Deed Book 197 Page 466), the centefline of said 20-foot wide easement (10 feet on each side of said centefline) being more fully described below: BEGINNING at a point in the 1.00 acre tract described above and being SOUTH 40 47' 16" WEST, 93.03 feet from a twin 12-inch chestnut oak, said chestnut oak being the point of beginning of the 1.00 acre tract described above; thence with the center- line of the proposed 20-foot wide access easement and through the property of Cecil & Annette Standifer for eleven (11)calls: NORTH 77 25' 04" WEST, NORTH 38 09' 51" WEST, NORTH 41 54' 47" WEST, NORTH 49 35' 10" WEST, NORTH 38 40' 24" WEST, NORTH 50 17' 11" WEST, NORTH 35 39' 24" WEST, NORTH 27 22' 45" WEST, NORTH 22 07' 58" WEST, 46.06 feet to a point; 80.06 feet to a point; 48.58 feet to a point; 61.04 feet to a point; 65.91 feet to a point; 62.15 feet to a point; 42.77 feet to a point; 26.66 feet to a point; 113.24 feet to a point; NORTH 14 44' 18" WEST, 57.84 feet to a point; NORTH 13 02' 28" WEST, approximately 66.83 feet to a point, said point being the point of ENDING of the centerline of the 20-wide access easement, and being in the line of Cecil & Annetle Standifer and in the line of Forrest & Elizabeth Burton (Bath County Deed Book 167 page 633), and also being a point in the centerline of an old haul road that leads to Foxcliff Road; Also conveyed with the property described above is the right of passway over the old haul road leading from Foxcliff Road, through the property of Forrest & Elizabeth Burton (Bath County Deed Book 161 Page 633) to the property of Cecil & Annette Standifer (Bath County Deed Book 197 Page 466), being the same right of passway conveyed by Robert & Abagail Corey to Cecil M. Burton of record in Deed Book 107 Page 306 in the Bath County Clerk's Office, Bath County, Kentucky. This description is based on a field survey conducted by Mitchell Kent Estes, PLS #3345, during October 2007. The bearings in this description are based on a magnetic reading taken on October 17, 2007. The reading was not adjusted for declination. 2007 Clayton Mobile Home, Serial No. CAP021974TNAB This being a portion of the property conveyed to Cecil & Annette Standifer from Mar- sha Standifer on June 22, 2001 and of record in Deed Book 197 Page 466 in the Bath County Clerk's Office, Bath County, Kentucky. This property is sold subject to all real estate taxes, easements, and off-sales of record; and reference is hereby made to the office of the Bath County Clerk. The terms of the sale shall be ten (10%) per cent cash or check at the time of sale and the balance on credit of forty-five (45) days with privilege of the successful bidder to pay in full at the time of sale. The successful bidder requesting credit must execute bond with approved surety bearing interest at the rate of twelve (12%) per annum from date of sale until paid, which bond shall have the full'force and effect of a Judg- ment and should execution be issued thereon, no replevy shall be allowed. A lien shall exist and shall be retained by the Commissioner on the property sold as security for the purchase price. Hon. Earl Rogers III Master Commissioner Bath Circuit Court Published in the News Outlook 1.19.12; 1.26.12; 2.2.12