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TIlE BATH COUNTY NEWS-OUTLOOK Owingsville, Ky.mWeek of February 21 - February 28, 2002 15 NOTICE Development Dis- ualifications state- Independent Con- from qualified agen- individuals. Services that client&apos;s home I agementSer- Case manager y an agency of the following qual- degree or master's work no experience r's degree or master's arsmg with a current Ken- license, no experience Ior's degree with two (2) m working with the nursing license with :)rking t. musts be able to linal records check prior to aal approval on June 30, :are Request for Quotes can be obtained by Mahler, Family Pro- tinistrator at (606) 674- deadline for receipt of 00 p.m. on March 11, ADD reserves or all bid quotes. mailed to: Mrs. Executive Director, )ment District, 1070, Main Street, Ow- (GADD-30c 1 ) POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENI IN MEMORY IGOOD HOME - 2 mixed ;, one male and one female, 3025. TAKE (TM-27ctf) ',E Six week old regis- Russell pups, shots, zk/white, brown/ hair, $150.00 each. 606- (CM-28p2) - Lost from Stulltown week of January. Tri-col- I, was wearing a I purple collar. Please 29p3) 5325 PRESTON beagle, brown and black, y 3 years old, dog, gun shy. s tag. $50.00 ' return. Answers to Rosie. '. (RM-29p3) COMP- like to thank each and your prayers and love OWn to us during his hospi- to the churches and their donations. They ly appreciated. A special 2hurch of God and Sherry. Compton nd Cheryl Knell's Family (CK-30pl) ILY OF MARIE THO- like to take this time to upport, phone d their concerns ne of need these Weeks. Because of the re- ills of the specialists at Cincinnati, she to improve every day, when she will be '.home. During this time of how well-loved how much the people of tty and the surrounding ar- her. Continue to pray again the family who contacted us past two weeks. of Marie Thomas (FMT-30cl) LDliketothank 'friends, family, and for for in the hospi- , visits, mon- cards, and telephone calls. to thank Mr. and Mrs. many prayers. each one of you. (LO-30pl) been? you're going? down and send it News-Ouaook AREA0000 WIDE , .......... Jack Roe Insurance ...... j:Jjg-fii-e00[co00n-s-ti;t]ct|-or{ .... ,,,; ,,,,,, .................... ,, ............ 81 -A Water Street, Vinyl-Max or Oanis Windows BUS!NE ........ "S D!R=CTORY [ AUTO PARTS I Bath Motor Parts C & S Western Wear 101 Water Street, Owingsville Phone: 606-674-2913 Dale's Auto Sales All Vehicles Sold Below Wholesale 4887 US 60 East, Owingsville Phone: 606-674-8100 [ BEAU00 SALONS ] Kristy's Shear Delights Corner of Main & Cecil Ave., Owingsville Phone: 606-674-9777 Carpet Connection Chad Hart 859-498-3004 Across from Judy Drive-In Carpet Sales & Carpet Shampooing Wrangler Carhartt Red Wing Justin 4887 E. Hwy. 60, Owingsville 606-674-2340 00ONSTRUC00 Jamison Contracting Michael Jamison - Owner 3735 Wyoming Road, Owingsville 606-674-8167 Richie Hunt Funeral Home 89 Slate Avenue, Owingsville Phone: 606-674-6345 The Amish Barn Solid oak and cherry furniture Frosty & Chandy McKenzie - owners 606-683-6065 IN LOVING MEMORY OF RAY HELTON Greatly Missed by Amy Richards A Father's touch, A Daddy's kiss, A grieving Daughter, You're greatly missed. An empty house, An empty chair, A Father's love, no longer there. A broken heart, tear filled eye, Another soul to fill the sky. Many memories in my mind, Some I laugh, some I cry. The times we shared, the laughs we had, Things I miss when I think of you Dad. Realizing that's all I have too hold on to, Only memories, of what once was you. Missing your laugh, I will never again hear, That is the reality that fills me with so much fear. No more smile on your face, No more warmth of your embrace. The last hug, the last kiss, The last "goodbye" leaves me with one last wish... To have you, Dad, here today, Never to leave your Daughter this way. A Father's touch, A Daddy's kiss, A grieving Daughter, YOU'RE GREATLY MISSED. I Miss and Love You, Daddy, Doodle (TV-30pl) We have been authorized to announce that RAY BAILEY is a candidate for the office of Bath County Judge Executive on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that EARL JAMES NORRIS is a candidate for the office of Road Commissioner, District 3 on the Democratic ticket. Your support willbe appreciated in the May primary election.. We have been authorized to announce that WALTER B. SHROUT is a candidate for the office of Bath County Judge Executive, on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that EDDIE McCARTY is a candidate for the office of Bath County Sheriff on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that BOB HUNT is a candidate fo" the office of Road Commissioner, District 3 on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. Owingsville, KY 40360 606-674-9369 EKNS No Long Distance, Local Access Bath County 674-8238 M] k-e' s Mlso---y Brick, Block & Stone Owingsville Phone: 606-674-3120 The Studio Tom Osborne - owner Main Street, Owingsville 606-674-2345 Vinyl siding and remodeling 606-674-6488 Kountry Ketue Restaurant and catering service 53 Miller Drive, Owingsville 606-674-6420 Clear Creek Restaurant 865 Clear Creek Rd., Salt Lick 683-2170 Open 7 days, 6 am, breakfast, lunch, dinner Steaks, Seafood, Burgers, Homemade Pies Staton Electronics & Satellite Sales Satellite Systems, Amateur & CB Radio & Accessories 606-674-9159 www.statonelectronics.com Lisa Rogers Realty & Auction Lisa Rogers, Broker Bobby Rogers, Auctioneer Phone: 606-674-2599 Join the Area.Wide Busine00 We have been authorized to announce that JERRY CECIL is a candidate tbr the office of State Senate (28). Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that DEBBIE WELLS EVERMAN is a candidate for the office of Bath County Sheriff on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that ROY McCARTY is a candidate for the office of Constable, District 1 on the Democratic ticket. i' Your support will be appreciated;,, in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that JEFF "BUTTERMILK" MONTJOY' is a candidate for the office of Constable, District 3 on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated We have been authorized to announce that PALMER "JAYBIRD" CROUCH is a candidate for the office of Bath County Jailer on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that JAMES PROFITT is a candidate for the office of Bath County Sheriff on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. Inscape accepting submissions for spring publication lnscape, Morehead State Univer- sity's literary and visual arts journal, is accepting submissions for its Spring 2002 issue. Anyone interested may submit up to seven poems, 12 pages of double- spaced prose and/or 15 pages ofdra- ry 181. in the May primary election ...... We have been authorized to announce that VERNON SMITH is a candidate for the office of Constable, District 3 on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. We have been authorized to announce that WAYNE WATSON is a candidate for the office of Bath County Judge Executive on the Democratic ticket. Your support will be appreciated in the May primary election. ma. All submissions must be typed. Entries should be accompanied by a cover letter detailing the au- thor's name and return address; titles and identification of the submissions as poetry, fiction, non-fiction or dra- ma; and a brief one-paragraph biog- raphy of the author. No names or identifying informa- tion should appear on the submitted works. Entrants not living on the MSU campus should include a self- addressel, stamped envelope. There is no deadline and any sub- mission arriving too late for the Spring 2002 publication will be held and considered for the Fall 2002 issue, unless specified by the author. Submissions should be mailed to Inscape. UPO 1054, 150 University Blvd., Morehead, KY 40351. En- tries also can be e:mailed as a Mi- crosoft Word attachment to inscape @ moreheadstate.edu. Anyone interested in submitting visual arts may contact Gary Mesa- Gaido, MSU associate professor of art, at (606) 783-5157. Now Accepting Applications" For All Bedroom Sizes Availabilities for: 1 Bedroom: 62 years or older Handicapped Disabled and 2, 3, 4 Bedroom Apts. El. H. O. Housing Authority of Owingsville 180 KendalI Springs Road -Ow.ingsville, KY 40360 Phone: 674-2704 DON'T BE IN THE DARK. READ THE NEWS-OUTLOOK EACH AND EVERY WEEK. Approximately 1200 sq. ft., full basement, mostly finished. Central heat and air, carpet, reception room. Good repair, former dentist office of Dr. Wells. Maze Auction Company Call: 674-6381 or 674-2253 (M A- 16ct f/cow) RANDAI,L ARMITAGE-BATH COUNTY SHERIFF CALENDAR YEAR 2001 STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS & DISBUIEMENTS Estimated Commission on Fees & Taxes 99,711.31 Fees of the Office 35,403.89 Patrol Contact 11,100.00 Expenses Paid by Fiscal Court 4,804.71 Interest Earned 2376.28 Miscellaneous Income 8,583.12 State Loan to Office 62,501 65 TOT,L RECEIPTS 2000 224,48098 State Mandated Sheriff's Salary 59,846.22 Salaries - Deputies & Clerk 70,249.84 Deputies' KLEFP Funding 5,029.81 Expenses to Office 7,440.80 Cruisers 91634 Vehicle Repairs 3,947 38 Uniform/Equipment Expense 3,70550 Advertising 441.00 Miscellaneous 4,881.77 Outstanding Accounts Payable State Loan to Office 62,501 85 Crusiers 5,450.00 Accounts Payable Expenses 40.00 TOTAL EXPENSES 2000 . . 224,45031 Net Receipts 30.65 YDU Maneylll o Youe LiL-t0000"00heepee Decder!l o to iL.s,,, ",.. ,.,'q e.ii ,. ,. ww00.BMMOT0100g,co00 $Wholesale to the PublicS Bryan Miller Motors .._. 42 Itr<k Street. Owtngl u, IC/40360 606 674 8815. 606 674 8356 fax B66 420 9767 toll free Excess Fees Due Ccunty for 2000 3065