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10 - November 01, 2012 Your Hometown Newspaper News Outlook Compiled from the ar- Byron has again accepted for remodeling the Bath chives of the'Bath County the chairmanship of the County Library (approxi- News Outlook Roll Call Drive for the mately$8000). November 6, 1941 Voting throughout the county in Tuesday's gener- al election was the lightest in many years, due largely to the face that there were no contests in the races for many of the offices, either county or district. There were 687 votes polled in all the county's twenty pre- cincts. E. L Byron, mayor of Owingsville for the past eight years, was re-elected to that office in the munici- pal election on Tuesday, defeating his opponent J. Richards by forty votes in the three Owingsville city precincts. In the race for police judge, Lee Palm- er received a majority of 63 over A. N. Denton, incum- bent. The Annual Red Cross Roll Call Drive for 1941 begins on November llth and extends through No- vember 30th. Mr. Roger county. November 4, 1965 Bath County's single largest taxpayer, Texas Eastern Transmission Corp., made its annual ad valorem tax payment Wednesday, Oct. 27, set- fling it 1965 tax bill of more than $76,000. In the only race on the county ballot in Tuesday's general election, Claude Shrout was re-elected county judge in a resound- ing victory over Ted Bur- chett. Shrout, a Democrat backed by the administra- tion, received 1785 votes, while his opponent, Re- publican Ted Burchett, got 377. Bath County will re- ceive additional State Aid for library work from the passing of the $176 million bond issue at the General Election Tuesday. The county will receive 16.26 per cent of the total cost Last week a red let- The Owingsville Volun- ter time in the annals of teer Firemen are sponsor- Bath County High School ing a big wrestling card sports when, on FridayFriday, Nov. 5, in the high November 7, 1974 night, the Wildcats football school gym. Top names Next week is scheduled team defeated East Carter, in International wrestling to be bright and cold and 18-12, to give the school its will be in the ring. These the Central Kentucky Fox- first undefeated season, include such stars at Rata- hunters will come riding And, on Saturday, BCHSmyus, Leaping Lanny, Pis- into Bath County for their sophomore Kim Hawkins,tol Pez Whatley, Ronnie annual Field Trial and daughter of the Rev. and Garvin, Randy (Macho Bench, Show with head- Mrs. William Hawkins, Man) Savage, Hustler Rip quarters at the Owings- captured the Class A state Rogers, and others. ville Lions Club Park. championship in cross The newly completed country running at theNovember 1, 1990 Manuel's Bestway Food Horse Park in Lexington. Bill Morgan, 49, princi- Store had its Grand Open- Only 1525 Bath Coun- palofMontgomeryCounty hag on Water Street last tians went to the polls High Schoolwas chosen as week. The store had Tuesday in an electionsuperintendent Thursday moved from Vimont Street that featured only one lo- at a special called meeting and now features expand- cal race. School Boardof the Bath County Board ed parking. Chairman Billy Martin of Education from the fi- After voting Saturday easily won re-election over nal list of three candidates by members of the Local Hurschell Rawlings forsubmifted by a screening 2246 of the International board member from the committee formed for this Brotherhood of Electrical first district (Sharpsburg purpose. Workers, the latest offer of 2, Bethel, and Sherburne) After more than a year the/k O. Smith Corpora- by 458 to 89. Board mem- of planning, programming, tion was accepted and the ber Jim Russ Reeves was and construction, the new majority of workers there re-elected without opposi- Bath County Medical returned there to work last tion. Clinic will be dedicated on Thursday. November 4, 1982 Chester Greene, retired, Georgetown, Ohio, and Western Brown School District, Mt. Orab, Ohio, returned from a 7-day trip to Buffalo, New York, ,, and spent the ,time with son Dana Greene, his wife, Juli, son Austin, and daughter LexL,Dana manages a 225 employee J.C. Penney store at Am- herst, New York, s suburb of B uffalo, New York. Two of the most interesting sites were the Canadian side of Niagara Falls and The National Baseball Hall of Fame, Coopetown, New York. Dana and his family have lived at East Amherst, New York, for 1 years. Shown above is Chester Greene with Austin and Lexi Greene. = © J= • O • And We'll Be There For You! C) = = O = CALL HER Lowest Rates in the State of Kentucky! INSURANCE Iq Sunday, Nov. 4, at 2 p.m. For the fourth straight time, the Bath County Wildcats have earned a berth in the post-season playoffs, this time by blanking Madison South- ern, 18 - 0. November 1, 2001 Owingsville's own free medical clinic is celebrat- ing its first anniversary. Last year, on Oct. 19, Ne- wHope Clinic opened its doors. To date, the clinic has a total of 632 patients. The Bath County High School Ladycat Soccer Team has come a long way in a few short years, and thanks to some talented and dedicated members, they have been sprinting past their competition as a team this season, with a 17-1 record following regu- lar season and tournament play. Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) to Help with Low Income Families with Their Heating Expenses Begins November 5, 2012 Gateway Community Action Agency will begin its Subsidy component of the LIHEAP program October 1st with intake of pre-registered applications for the households determined as a senior &/or disabled household and are living on a fixed income. The Subsidy components official business will run from November 5th through December 14th. All pre-registered applications taken in October will not be submitted for process until November 5th. A household shall be considered to be eligible for LIHEAP Subsidy when the household meets the basic eligibility criteria: • Completes an application • Be responsible for the home energy costs, directly or as an undesignated por- tion of their rent; • Have a combined household income, for the calendar month prior to the month of application, not in excess of 130% of the federal poverty level as listed in the Income Eligibility Guidelines; • Live in Kentucky when the application is made and apply in the county of residence, providing proof of your 911 address; and • Not have liquid resources in excess of $2,000 or $3,000 if at least one person in the household is 60 years old or disabled, ($4,000 if resources are being used for living expenses due to catastrophic illness). • Other required documentation includes: Proof of gross income from the previous month, a Social Security or Permanent Resident Card for all members of the household MUST be presented, a copy o'f the most recent electric bill, most recent heat- ing bill or verification from your landlord that the heating expenses are included in your rent. Applicants are encouraged to call a week or two before your schedule day based on the first letter of your last name for an appointment time at your local Gateway Community Action Outreach office listed below. A Nov 5 I & J Nov 20 T Dec 7 & 10 B Nov 7 & 8 K & L NOV 26 & 27 Dec 11 U,V&W x,Y&Z C Nov9& 12 M Nov28 &29 Decl2 D & E Nov 13 N, O & P Nov 30 & Open Days Dec 13 & 14 Dec 3 F & G Nov 14 & 15Q & R Dec 4 H Nov 16 & 19S Dec 5 & 6 It is of great importance that everyone is aware of anticipated cutbacks in funding and that there may not be a Crisis Component of LIHEAP this year. This has not been an- nounced as a definite as of yet, but with this announcement, if this does occur, everyone will have been informed that there may not be funding for the Crisis Component this year. The same outreach office will take applications for the crisis component of LIHEAP from January 7th until March 31st or until funds are depleted if there is any funding for this component. During the LIHEAP Crisis Component a household shall be considered tO be in a home heating crisis situation when the household meets the basic LIHEAP eligibility criteria and: • the household is within four (4) days of running out of ffiel if bulk fuel (coal, fuel oil, propane, kerosene, or wood) is the heat source; • the household has received a past due/disconnect notice if natural gas or elec- tric is the heat source; or • the household's home heating costs are included as an undesignated portion of the rent, and the household has received an eviction notice for non-payment of rent from the landlord. Please call the Outreach Office for your county. Bath (606)674-2502, Menifee (606)768- 2369, Montgomery (859)498-5345, Morgan (606)743-3133, Rowan (606)784-7735. LIHEAP is a statewide initiative sponsored by Community Action Kentucky in partner- ship with the Cabinet for Health and Family Services (CHFS). 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