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10 - July 05, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook Nil'( Grilling Safety By Linda Denton Unless the weather gets back to what it was before this misbegotten heat-wave moved in, all most of us will want to do is cozy up to an air condi- tioner and move no more than the finger it takes to turn a page. So, if you ab- solutely cannot avoid go- ing out, or are in desper- ate need of A.C., be sure to stop by your refreshingly cool local library and pick up a few page-turners to get you through Mother Nature's summer fury. Concentrate on with Christina Bartolomeo's Snowed In and maybe your imagination will waft you away to cooler climes. If that doesn't work, may- be Sophie Quinn's prob- lems will take your mind off your misery...and So- phie does have problems. First of all, she's uprooted. She's a girl who doesn't like change, but after a lifetime in D,C., she's be- come a Portland, Oregon transplant. Then there's her mother-in-law, who, as a fault-finder, is unpar- alleled as far as Sophie is concerned, which may explain th wandering-eye Sophie's husband seems to have developed...or is that just Sophie's insecu- rity raising its ugly head? At any rate, what with one thing or another, our hero- ine has her hands full, and from the looks of things, they're about to get a lot fuller. According to the author, Sophie's new life is about to throw some, "weird and valuable op- portunities," her way that will, "allow her to trample her fears and transform her prospects for happi- ness." That could mean anything from tragedy the slot. The results of the coming cook-off, not to mention the possibili- ties for the two contend- ers could be combustible. That southern spice keeps on cooking with Linda Bruckheimer's The Southern Belles of Hon- eysuckle Way, in which Rebecca Jean Wooten St. Clair and her sister, Carleen, leave the fre- netic hustle and bustle of L.A. and take Route 66 back home to Blue Lick Springs, Kentucky, where they find challenges wait- ing on a variety of fronts. Their ancestral home, Rosemont, is in peril; their quaint hometown filled with bulldozers and plans for "progress" by a "slick-talking developer" and somebody (or maybe more than one somebody) on a crime spree. If that's not enough, there's Re- becCa's husband, who just won't get with her preservation and restora- tion program; Carleen's Prince Charming, who doesn't happen to be her husband; their mother, Lila Mae's 75th birthday party to plan; and their 95-year-old grandmother, Olive Adams Wooten, who is described as "feisty," which, when it comes to southern belles (of what- ever age), might portend Heaven only knows what. Even with temps at 100-plus, Laura Bene- dict's Isabella Moon will send a chill or two down your spine. Kate Russell arrived in Carystown, Kentucky just months be- fore Isabella disappeared while tiding her bike home from school. Two years later, Kate walks into his office and tells ANTIQUE ESTATE AUCTION Ak RDAY 10:00 AM JLY 14 T" and tears to a comedy of the sheriff that Isabella's ghost has told her where to find her grave, which puts Kate high on his suspect list, a place some- body with a lot of secrets least needs to be. Kate has run from her terrify- ing past, and has success- fully hidden it until her ghostly encounter, but as the sheriff digs to find what she's hiding, he dis- covers a lot more than he suspected about the town they both call home, and much of it is anything but good. It's a story, say the publishers, that is, "dark and suspenseful, tense and eerie and tinged with the supe'natural." The questions are, just how far back doe that supernatu- ral element go, how pow- erful is it, and what does it want now? The supernatu- ral is also sending a few chills up and down White House spines in Andrew M. Greeley's The Bishop in the West Wing. The gho st... spirit...polter- geist...very much living human?...has, so far at least, been more playful than anything else, with the legendary rattling of chains, moving of things, and slamming of doors, along with some not so legendary press confer- ence and state dinner disruptions. That's when steps have to be taken... It is the White House after all...thus Bishop Black- wood Ryan, also known as Father Blackie, is called in by the new president, who happens to be an Irish Catholic from the South Side of Chicago, where the good Bishop and the crime-solving Ryans are well known. Considering the usual crop of national and international crises, not to mention assassina- tion attempts and political plots of character assassi- nation, the president has his hands full and so does Father Blackie. Is this haunting the real deal; or is it an attempt to distract the White House, and the press, from a coming event or issue of major, or catastrophic, importance? You can avoid the summer heat with cool A.C. and cool books, or dive right into it with a hot romance or mystery at your local library. COMMONWEALTH OF KENTU(KY CLAUDETTE FAUDERE BATH COUNTY CIRCUIT CLEllK P.O. BOX 558 OWINGSVILLE, KY 40360 606-674-2186 ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN GRANTED BY THE BATH COUNTY DIS- TRICT COURT AND THE FOLLOWING FIDUCIARY APPOINTMENTS: Deceased: Lucille Rogers Address: 4636 Kendall Springs Rd, Owingsville, KY 40360 Fiduciary: Carolyn Doran Address: 4668 Kendall Springs Rd, Owingsvflle, KY 40360 Date of Appointment: 06-05-12 Creditors must file daims by: 6 months after appointment : Attorney: Paula Richardson Address: P.O. Box 1169, Owingsvine, KY 40360 Deceased: Harry Lynam Address: 185 Slate Ave, Owingsville KY Fiduciary: Bob Lynam Address: P.O. Box 103, Bwgin K'Y 40310 Date of Appointment: 06-1.2-12 Creditors must file claims by: 6 months after appointment Attorne)e Hun Todd Trautwcin Address: 603 W. Main St, P.O. Box 1007, Morehead KY 40351 s/Claudette Faudere Bath County Circuit Clerk Published in Bath County New-Outlook 07.04.12 errors for Sophie and a lot of laughs for you. If on the other hand, you prefer reveling in the sweltering heat and humidity, maybe you'd like to add a little kitchen heat and southern spice to your summer stew with Mary Kay Andrews Deep Dish. It all starts with local Georgia Public Television host and "chef extraordinaire" Gina Fox- ton, another heroine with multiple man-made prob- lems. The man in question being her producer/boy- friend, and the problems being the cancellation of her show, about which he gave her no warning; and the end of their re- lationship, about which she had no clue, both of which were solely said producer/ boyfriend's fault. However, that's wa- ter under the bridge and Gina soon finds herself in contention for a major Foods Network job. Un- fortunately she isn't the only contender. The net- work is also eying "Kill It & Grill It" Ted Moody for I Trucking Insurance Lowest Rates in the State of Kentucky! And We'll Be There For You! According to the NFPA, gas and char- coal grills caused an average of 3,400 structure fires and 4,900 outdoor fires in or on home proper- ties in 2005, result- ing in a combined di- rect property loss of 8137 million. To make sure your next bar- becue doesn't go up in flames, the Home Safety Council recom- mends the following safety tips: - Before using, position your grill at least 10 feet away from other objects, includ- ing the house and any shrubs or bushes. Never use a match to check for leaks. If you detect a leak, immediately turn off the gas and don't at- tempt to light the grill again until the leak is - Always stay by fixed. the grill when cook- ing. Never bring a barbecue grill indoors, - Only use or into any unventilat- starter fluid made for ed space. This is both barbecue grills when a fire and carbon mon- starting a fire in a oxide poisoning haz- charcoal grill, ard. - Before using Stephanie Stewart, - Designate the a gas grill," check the Bath County Emer- grilling area a"No Play connection between gency Management, Zone" keeping kids the propane tank and provides this public and pets well away un- the fuel line to be sure service announce til grill equipment is it is working properly ment. Her telephone completely cool. and not leaking, number is 606/674- 6056. ANTI flU E S/flU I LTS/G LA S SWARE CLOCKS/COLLECTABLES Location: 0wingsville, KY 29 Barbara Lynn Drive Visit www.caswellprewittrealty.com for pictorial previewand descriptions. ......... I sT. GOVERNMENT FORECLOSURE SALE TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2012 AT 10:00 A.M. AT 552 LANTERN WAY, FRENCHBURG, KY 40322/MENIFEE COUNTY HOUSE AND LOT It consists of a living room, kitchen, three bedrooms and one bath. This property is considered unsuitable for the Rural Develop- ment, Housing Program. This would be an excellent buy for an investor interested in rental property or for resale after repairs. An Open House will be held {in Tuesday, July 31,2012 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. The minimum acceptable bid for this property is $54,280.00 ' Payment of the current year's property taxes are the responsibility of the purchaser. Clear title to this property is not warranted. The U.S. Marshal's Deed is not a general warranty deed. Buyers are advised to have the property's title examined. Written notification regarding encumbrances on the property must be made to the 'Rowan County Rural Development Office within 30 days. ******************************************************************* LEGAL NOTICE Notice is hereby given that on Tuesday, August 7, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at 552 Lantern Way, Frenchburg, Kentucky, in order to raise the sum of $87,173.75 principal, with accrued interest of $4,878.13, through July 18, 2010, with the total subsidy granted of $1,368.80, and with late charges of $82.44, for a total unpaid balance due of $93,503.12, and interest thereafter on the principal at the rate of $12.8372 per day from July 18, 2010, until the date of entry of the Judgment, plus interest on the Judgment amount, (principal plus the shared appreciation recapture plus interest to the date of entry of this Judgment) at the rate of 0.11% computed daily and compounded annually, until paid in full and for the costs of this action, pursuant to Judgment and Order of Sale, being Civil Action No. 5:11-CV-O0091-JMH on the Lexington Docket of the United. States District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky, entered o n August 25, 2011, in the case of United States of America vs. Jeffery Setters and Lawanda G. Setters, the following described property will be sold to the highest and best bidder: A parcel of land identified as Lot 2 of the Carriage Station Estates Subdivision iocated on the West side of Lantern Way, approxi- mately 0.4 mile North of the junction of U.S. 460 near Frenchburg in Menifee County, Kentucky, and described as follows: Begin- ning at a found 1" conduit with plasti(: cap stamped "LS 2865" (found conduit with plastic cap) on the east right-of-way of U.S. 460, a corner to Lot 1 of the Carriage Station Subdivision (Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 175, Plat 279); Thence with the line of Lot 1 for one (1) call: (1) North 88-45-05East 220.63 feet to a found conduit with plastic cap on the west right-of-way of Lantern Way; Thence with the west right-of-way of Lantern Way for one (1) call: (1) South 10-44-46 East 107.81 feet to a found conduit with plastic cap, a corner to Lot 3; Thence with the line of Lot 3 for one (1) call: (1) North 89-47-41 West 235.29 feet to a found conduit with plastic cap on the east right.of-way of U.S. 460; Thence with the east right-of way of U.S. 460 for one (t) call: (1) North 03-04-57 West 100.42 feet to the beginning containing 0.540 acre. Bearings are assumed from the bearing of Lot 3-4 line (N 89-19-28 E) of the Carriage Station Plat recorded in Plat Cabinet 1, Slide 175, Plat 279. This property description is based on a field survey conducted under the direction of Timothy E. Kelly, LS 2926, with Curd Surveying, Engineering & Land Consulting, Inc., dated April 16, 2002, and is shown on Plat of Survey dated April 17, 2002, and made part of this property description. Being the same property conveyed to Jeffery Setters and Lawanda G. Setters, from Frontier Housing, Inc. by deed dated September 3, 2008, and recorded in Deed Book 163, Page 72, in the Office of the Menifee County Clerk. "TERMS OF SALE: Ten percent (10%) of the bid price (in the form of a Cashier's Check made payable to the U.S. Marshal) on the day of sale with good and sufficient bond for the balance, bearing interest at the rate of 0.11% per annum until paid, due and payable in sixty (60) days and said bond having the effect of a Judgment. Upon a default by the Purchaser, the deposit shall be forfeited and retained by the U.S. Marshal as part of the proceeds of the sale, and the property sbal again be offered for sale subject to confirmation b' the Court. This sale shall be in bar and foreclosure of all right, title, interest, estate claim, demand or equity of redemption of the defendant(s) and of all persons, claiming by, through, under or against them, provided the purchase price is equal to two-thirds of the appraised value. If the purchase price is not equal to two-thirds Of the appraised value, the Deed shall contain a lien in favor of the defendant(s) reflecting the right of the defendant(s) to redeem during the period provided by law (KRS 426.530). Under law, the purchaser is deemed to be on notice of all matters affecting the property of record in the local County Clerk's Office. Inquires should be directed to: Dorothy Fannin Smith, Area Director Rural Development Area Office - Morehead, Kentucky Telephone: 606-784-6447 ;iii CALL INSURANCE 1-888-333-447100 ? i:'" '