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THE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.--Week of February 13- February20, 2003 21 3 page i Virginia Hunt and Family 25, (VHF-29p 1) ,__.d • --=,]g.O. Box 369, Salt Lick, KY and prayers that were prayed for me ¢fe Bath County Water Dis- while I was sick. I want to thank es the right to reject any Marcella Christy for all the food, and ict ls. Bath County Water Dis- for taking me to the doctor and all the 21WD-29c2i .... J ......... visits she made. May God bless her in ars"Y -'11 every way. Thanks to all. for a-Mighiy Christene Miller 00on0000nhs- I)3J[.ca.. ben seen_at Bath County HAIL AND SNOW for the day of otlsct, 21 Church'Streetin battle and time of war. Read JOB 38-  :during regular office hours, 22-23 -K-J-V. (CC-27p3) through Friday, from 9:00 4:30 p.m. Bids will be ac- FREE WOOD - Tree's down. Need ltil 4:00 p.m. February 25, cut up and hauled away. Riddle Road• , Js may be mailed or carried Ca11674-2799 or674-9096. (SS-27p3) office of the Bath County strict, 21 Church Street, Salt ntucky 40371. Bids will be  nFebruary 25, 2003, at 7:00 le office of the Bath County !strict. We reserve the right any or all bids submitted• ;o@tY Water District. (BCWD- I;VINANC--E k7 00lksvill00" ;o has )00 p.m. at the Bath County " trict Board Meeting. Bids I WOULD LIKE TO TAKE this ISl..rlllailed or carried in to Bath opportunity to express sincere thanks !o,water District, 21 Church toeveryoneforthephonecalls, visits, # 1-2003 City of Owings- amending the City code of ordinance City of Owingsville established a policy to installation and main- sewer service lin ,. • . es b et out m the code ofordZ ellll action 50.046; and ,il the City of Owin sv" erV.Sfy:ammeen, d S e c tio n . .p lilt "._2refore, the City of Owin - ,t ; tuck he . gs ' 1,1n Y, reby ordains as at his own expense in a safe zlf00ns an00w00i?, 7,rovisions of Secti aa remai • - on50.046 n m full force and :":"Of this ordinance ul day of ./gU, 200x as daughter, Stephanie. For all your Res- gingofthisordinance was idential Mortgage needs please stop Di day of a call of.' 2003 by and visit with her, or contact her at hi vote, was adopt- 888-302-1101. Again Rosa congratu- "']1 COuncil of the City of Ow- lations!!!  txentucgy _ (RJ-20p I) * W Faye Davis w City Clerk STATEWIDE CLASSIFIEDS 'in [s b fie ,,!! J00's , le oy visiting hi' d bringing food th (ongratulations to Rosa Johnson for the year 2002 Loan Officer of the year!! She was recognized as being top Loan Officer in Residential Mort- gage Lending with American Mort- gage Lenders, located in Fortune Busi- ness Center, Lexington, KY. She has been in the mortgage business for over 25 years and has been a part of Amer- ican Lending Group since 2000. Rosa attributes her success to God, family, friends, and coworkers. She would like to thank Conrad R. Carney II and wife, Kim for allowing herto be apart of The American Mortgage Lending Group. Rosa is a Mortgage Specialist in Residential Lending and offers many options in conventional financing, non- conforming, VA loans, and 100% fi- nancing. Rosa is the daughter of the late Frank and Catherine Roberts. She resides in Sharpsburg, KY with her husband, PN Johnson III and her BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES TIDAL WAVE OF OPPORTUNI- TY-Brand new company with hot prod- ucts offers an exciting business opportu- nity to develop your own local/national homebased business. Strong support sys- tem. Low start-up cost, investment of $49.95. 1-800-901-9953: www.ridethe wave.info EQUIPMENT FOR SALE SAWMILL $3895. NEW SUPER LUMBERMATE 2000. Larger capaci- ties. options. ATV accessories, edgers skidders, www.norwood industries.corn Norwood Industries, 252 Sonwil Drive, Buffalo, NY 14225.1-800-578-1363 Free AREA WIDE BUSINESS DIRECTOR,Y Manleyfs-Repair Service 1162 US 60 East, Owingsville Phone 606-674-8742 24 Hour Wrecker Service Owingsville Autobody & Custom Truck Accessories 382 East High St., Owingsville Phone: 674-8536 Carpet Connection Chad Hart e 859-498-3004 Across from Judy Drive-In Carpet Sales & Carpet Shampooing Tabor Builders, Inc. New Homes & Remodeling. Septic • Backhoe o Dozer • TurnKey Lots Available in Sharpsburg area • Homes s/a $55 sq. ft., Cal for free quote 859-289-5629 or 606-247-270( Fax resume 540-825-8578. HOME BASED BUSINESS Put your computer to work. Earn up to $1,500 per/ month PT.$5,000 per/month FT Free in- formation booklet. Call 1-800-315-7435 or www. work41 self.net IDEAL GIlrI'S by FRIENDLY Toys & Gifts. Sensational spring catalog and Discount Sale Catalogs are out. Free cat- alogs, hostess and advisor information available. 1-800-488-4875. www/ friendlyhome.com NATIONAL PUBLISHING Com- pany looking for Sales Representative in Kentucky. Willing to travel Monday-Fri- day. Commission Position• Company average pays $720/week. Call 800-225- 6368 Ext. 333. $$$WEEKLY$$$ Distributing Mer- chandise on eBay. We supply Product. No inventory. No experience required. Call today for more info. 1-800-568-1636 ext. 4763. HOiE IMPROVEMENT HAS YOUR BUILDING SHIFT- ED? Structural repairs of barns, houses and garages. Call Woodford Bros., Inc. for straightening, leveling, foundation and wood frame repairs. 1-800-OLD-BARN. www.I-800-OLD-BARN.COM. MEDICAL MEDICARE PATIENTS USING INHALERS Albuterol-Atrovent-Combivent-Ser- event-Azmacort-Flovent and Others. Having Difficulty? Breathe Easy Again. Medicare covered liquid therapy may be available if you qualify. MED-A-SAVE 1-800-224-1919 ext. KY0603. REAL ESTATE/REAL ESTATE FOR SALE LAKE LOG HOME 5 AcresJ$ 59,900 NEW! 1250 sq. ft. log home package on Lake Cumberland, KY gorgeous setting, great views, hardwoods, lake access, paved roads, u/g utilities, water, financ- ing. Call Toll Free (800) 770-9311 ext. 885. RIVERFRONT LOG CABIN $49.900. Authentic log cabin on one of Kentucky's best trout fishing rivers. Must see! Financing. Call now 1-800-732-6601 ,Oi made illness Information ext 300-N visiting him, send- FOR SALE le ging food. He corn- COMPLETE DIRECTORY OF ext. 581. many friends we had KENTUCKY NEWSPAPERS is avail- RESORTS RENTALS 1 to his care-ivers De" able for $25 from Kentucky Press Asso- A BEAUTIFUL, COMPLETE 9 , Myrtle Gri .' - - i19]1 ... gs and Betty clarion, 101 Consumer Lane, Frankfort, SMOKY MOUNTAIN WEDDING. ulur ttle_iove and care they KY 40601. Price includes shipping and Original Log Wedding Chapel. Every- on him He I . . handling. hism . ovedthemaU. BUYFACTORYDIRECTWOLFF thing provided: photos, video, flowers, .gi ' himorjusttalked Month FREE Co oS:YI en F1$25/ formalwear, cabins. Smokies best value. yed wi¢h friends whO came TANNING BED tS 1-800-262-5683. www.smokymtn t ankstoournei be g. oday ,i and visited,, gh2 rswhO 1-800-842-1310. www,np.etstan.com weddingchapels.com • he-Who were fai',-'.,t .hang. st° FREE 2-ROOM DIRECTV SYS- Eg RUCK DRIVERS HELP WANT" ! fo " " uum m visit- TEM INCLUDING INSTALLA. DELTA TRUCK DRIVING ':letl r,m, and keeping him TION' 3 months Free HBO & Cinem ,',. x nan-^ - " ax- ACADEMY-16 Day CDL AND HAZ/ 'qcks /' to. our church $66 value! Access 225+channels! Digi- MAT TRAINING. Free Job-Placement 'm,,,.[or being with us tal-quality picture/sound. Packages &RefresherCourses.TravelforaLiving. , utu [or Bro. Randall $31.99/mo. Limited Offer. 1-800-208- 1-800-883-0171 DELTA ACADEMY = re. Terry Reichenbach 4617. .COM _Y visits and comfortiw, HELP WANTED DRIVER-sign-On Bonus w/experi- ilks to Levi and Nellie AVON-Entrepreneur wanted. Must be ence. Most drivers home weekends. Start . lmmy and Wilma Lewis, willing to work whenever you want, be up to 35e/mile+ extra pay. Full benefits, i).ggs and Delores Jones who your own boss, and enjoy unlimited earn- Assigned trucks. Min. 6 months exp. 800- thOselast hours of ings• 00ets 888-94200053 441-427, oxt-00135 .ilk_aaks to the Richie Hunt  HERDSMAN.Virginia Cow/Calf DRIVERS-TRACTOR TRAILER II!Ometortheirkindand operation. Responsible, self-motivated, *New Model Conventional Tractors ice. May GOd bless Caur detailed record keeping, minimal super- *Quality Home Time*Full Benefits *Re- l..._ or vision,.decision making, assist manage- gional & OTR Positions• NO STU- ired. DENTS, ARCTIC EXPRESS, nilliard, - ...... I1 .... r" " __ !}0011 00ervlces Career Training[ i =echnician Day °i ;cacdtate University invites a " • ..moran in the Om .... phcations for a pOS.luon as Braiding CDL • . . • .... wm perform d,.,:.'- "'" ,t rnyscal Plant. ]gsaonsbifitle: The o hese a,,,:_ "'¢s necessary fo- 1------'•  " "..'. constitute a co.-h.*-"--'e'n, mg a maintaining the Training -ung, and the us,- '-,,=uon ot jons. :Strenuous physical • "- muuers are required. laiagali.gJ Companies HIRING TODAY*. • Earn up to $1000 per Week CALL TODAY 1-800-883-0171 Mr. Sterling, KY I IIII (DTDA-12n' Richie Hunt Funeral Home 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville, Kentucky Phone: 606-674-6345 Richardson Funeral Home 121 East Main Street, Owingsville, Kentucky Phone: 606-674-2922 The Amish Barn Solid oak and cherry furniture Now selling Smith Brothers Sofa & Chairs Frosty & Chandy McKenzie - owners, 606-683-6065 Jack Roe Insurance 81-A Water Street, Owingsville, KY 40360 606-674-9369 EKNS No Long Distance, Local Access Bath County 674-8238 Star Signs Danny Brotherton • 606-674-8536 382 E. High St., Owingsville Custom Designs To Meet Your Commercial Sign Needs ieavy lifti i.b I diploma/GEl) or fo u/.and folio.,.- • ur years general rgl/wwntten and verbal work experience. Ability to instructions. Good physical condi- €,. OvertimeCUSt°dialmay experiencebe . and assitional education. .variety of location ....... reqmred for special events or ..... o, gonmtions, and work schedules depen- ¢e i gnmentReviewofa li " • • . . ! -e until POtation is file uo_ns will begin February 20, 200;3, and ,, SUme, and refel" • u ensure consideration, submit letter of '911, Morehed aces to: Office of Human Resources, Attn: :ap!y on-line, visit.S,e.,U,vrsity:  101, Morehel, KY head state.edu/oroseects/ s and EO/AA employer. OH 43026• 1-800-927-0431. WWW.ARCTICEXPRES S.COM ATTENTION: 15 DAY CDL TRAINING Top National Carriers are hiring our graduates. No experience nec- essary! Learn to drive and cam big bucks plus benefits. 1-800-607-3545. CATCH YOU ON THE FLIP FLOP-CFI is now hiringcompany*Own- er Operators * Singles and Teams * Loads with miles available immediately! Ask about our spouse-training program. Call 1-800-CFI-DRIVE www.cfidrive.com. DRIVER Lease purchase opportuni- ties! Lowest payments in the industry! Average 96c/loaded mile! EOE Call Tony or Justin 1-800-767-6918. www.JoinCRST.com CRST Van Expe- dited. DRIVER: Lease/Purchase Program Now Available ! Earn $.82 cpm. No Cred- it Check, $0 Down. CDL and One Year OTR Required. ApplyToday! 1-877-561 8829. www.roberson drivers.com. EOE DRIVER-COVENANT TRANS- PORT-Hiring Experienced Teams, So- los and Trainers, O/O-Solos/Teams 83¢. We are looking for experienced teams to run priority dispatch. Call 1-888-MORE- PAY (1-888-667-3729) MAKE MORE MONEY! l-year experience with a Class A CDL pays $.37 per mile! More experience pays more! You deserve this! HEARTLAND EX- PRESS 1-800-441-4953 www.heartland express.corn MIDWEST REGIONAL Flatbed Carrier, looking for owner operators to run freight in your area! Low Deadhead. Return freight available, paid twice a week. No upfront money• Trailers available. No age restriction on tractors. Lease pur- chase also available. For more info call Randy or Stacy 1-800-611-3763. CRST Flatbed. OWNER OPERATORS. $120,000+ per year. Paid plates & permits. No NYC. 95% no touch. $500 Sign On Bonus! Barr Nunn Transportation. 1-866-207-5479. Central Investment announces appointments Central Bank Chairman, President and CEO, Luther Deaton, Jr., an- nounces the appointment of Jacobus M. Ockers as financial advisor for the bank's Full-Service Brokerage Department, Central Investment Center, Inc.; David E. Barkman to vice president-collections manager; Charles N. Rush, Jr. as vice presi- Pleasure Ridge apartments located in I Sharpsburg, Ky., is currently taking ap- I plications for efficiency and one bed- I room apartments. Pleasure Ridge apart- I ments is a H.U.D. Section 202 Elderly, I Handicapped or Disabled Community that offers energy efficient, well main- / tained, handicapped accessible apart- / ments. Must be 55 or older. Equal Hous- ing Opportunity. Office hours Monday - Thursday, 9:00 to 3:00. (606)247-2254, TDD 1-800-247-2510. MENIFEE HOUSING MANAGEMENT CORPORA- TION does not discriminate on the basis o handkp status in the admission or access to or treatment of employment in it's federally assisted r-" programs and activities. ,..,- i I I iiiii 'MH-9t ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS Mountain View Estates is now accepting applica- tions for 1, 2 and 3 bed- room unit apartments to qualified low-income fami- lies. This is a Section 8 Government subsidized project. Rent is based on monthly income. For more information call 674-6778.  Equal Housing Opportunity II ] II " (MV-2Scff dent-business development officer for the bank's Wealth Management Group; and Sheila C. Parks, to wealth management officer. Ocker's day-to-day responsibili- ties include evaluating investment goals for clients and achieving those goals through a wide range of invest- ment products, such as stocks, bonds, mutual funds, annuities, and IRAs. His area of focus is financial plan- ning. He is stationed at the bank's location, at 1 ! 10 Pioneer Drive, in Winchester. A native of Rotterdam, in The • Netherlands, Ockers graduated from the Rotterdam College of Technolo- gy and later received his Doctorate Degree in Economics from the Neth- erlands School of Economics. An active member of the commu- nity, Ockers is a member of the Lex- ington Rotary Club and the Lexing- ton Forum. Ockers, or "Coos", as he likes to be called, his wife, Janet, and their two children, Sandy (i 9) and Rich- ard (17), live in Lexington• Barkman joined Central Bank in 1989 as human resources officer• He later became a consumer lending of_ ricer before joining the Collections Department in 1996. Barkman's day- to-day activities include managing the bank's installment and credit card collection operations. A Lexington native, Barkman is a graduate of Lexington Catholic High School and EKU, receiving his Bach- elor of Science Degree in Business• He later received diplomas in Gener- al Banking, Consumer Lending, and Commercial Lending from the Amer- ican Institute of Banking• An active member of the commu- nity, Barkman is a member of the Lexington Art League and Mayfest Festival Committee. David and his wife, Susan, live in Nicholasville. Rush joined Central Bank in 2001, having worked in investment man- agement, employee benefit services, strategic planning and client rela- tions. His current responsibilities in- clude developing new business for the bank's Wealth Management Group, in addition to conducting eh- rollment meetings for new and exist- ing retirement plans. A native of Louisville, Rush grad- uated from UK, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Finance and Marketing. Rush and his wife, Martina and their three children, Carl, Christo- pher and Corey, currently live in Lexington. Parks joined Central Bank in 1977 with the last 15 years, working with employeebenefits in thebank'sTrusd Wealth Management Department. Her current day-to-day activities in- clude the record-keeping for various companies' 401(k) plans, ' A Lexington native, Parks is a graduate of Bryan Station High • School and Midway College, receiv- ing her Bachelor's Degree in Busi- ness Administration. She also at- tended the Cannon Banking School, studying Employee Benefits. An active member in the commu- nity, Parks works with the Lexing- ton Fayette Urban County Govern- ment Festival Committee as Trea- surer. Parks and her husband, Larry, have two children, Larry, Jr. and Khristy, and they live in Lexington. Central Bank is a subsidiary of Central Bancshares, Inc., which op- erates a total of19 full-service bank- ing centerJ, 4 ATMs, a mortgag.e office, and insurance agency, m Clark, Fayette, Jessamine, Scott, and Bath counties. As of December 31, 2002, Central Bancshares' total as- sets were $1.121 billion. ii00!00ii!iiiii!ii !iii!ii!ii!i 1 iiiiiii!iiiii!ii!ilill  ..................... " ................................ :::tii :: "":::' ="' .............. "'n i .... . Lykins Drywall /New Homes /Room Additions \\;' Compleb Remodeling \\;' Free !stimates Phone: 67#-9##6 or 67#-9726 ' .... " library Adm./ 00:|ii Public Services Spec. l[i:! Morehead State University invites applications fora position as Library [|l : II Administrative/Public Services Specialist in the Camden Carroll Library. III ' If d Assists in the administrative office and public service |l areas; collects and prepares statistical data for activity reports for depart- We Specialize In: f New Homes \\;/Room Additions \\;' Complete Remodeling \\; Free Estimates ments utilizing the library database; maintains supply and equipment inventory; prepares on-line purchase orders and other forms; assists library users with searching the on-line public access catalog; supervises student workers; and performs other job-related duties.  HJgh school diploma or G.E.D. Good communication and keyboarding skills. Course work and/or experience with computer systems and working knowledge of work processing software. Desired O,allfleatlon On year of library experience, preferably in an academic setting, Ability to work accurately with details, under pressure, and in a positive manner. Knowledge of library working tools, record keeping and processing procedures. Szcial Information: Position requires regularly schcdull evening and rotating weekend hours. Review of applications will begin February 20, 2003, and will continue until position is filled. To ensure consideration, submit letter of application, resume, and references to: Office of Human Resources, ARm Library Adm. #908, Momhead Sta Univeisity, HM 101, Morehead, KY 4035 I. To apply on-line, visit:  [lwww.m0reheadstate.edu/orosnects/iobanD.html and attach required ma- terials. MSU is and EO/AA-emp[oyer __ "' ' ' ' " ' ' ' (MSU-I)