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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper December 01, 2016 - 19 .I I I By Cecil Lawson KyNewsGroup cecil@kynewsgroup.com three games and had 4 points and 3 rebounds against De- The Western Kentucky Paul and had 4 points and Lady Hilltoppers participated 11 rebounds against George in the 2016 Gulf Coast Show- Washington. case over this past weekend WKU played its fourth in Estero,. Florida, and ended game in six days as part of its in s'm-th place, six-game road trip on Wednes- They lost to DePaul on Fri- day, taking on Eastern Ken- day night, 69- 77; won in over- tucky University inside Mc- time on Saturday against Kent Brayer Arena in Richmond in State, 79 - 73; and lost again a nationally-televised contest on Sunday to George Wash- on Fox College Sports. ington, 49- 68. [ Bath County's Sarah Price I started for Hilltoppers in all Congratulations to our Find the Turkey Contest winner, Ray Crank of Blevins Valley. Ray's name was drawn from 46 entries in this year's contest. He took home a nice juicy bird just in time for Thanksgiving. Keep reading the News-Outlook for more upcoming holiday drawingsl Public First reading on an ordinance creating a franchise for the erection aying and maintenance of electric facilities and appurtenant facilities and equip- ment in, along and across the public ways, road, streets alleys and other public places in the City of Salt lick, Kentucky: for furnishing and selling electricity by means of said facilities: and providing for the sale of said franchise will be held Tuesday, December 6th. 2016 at 8:00 pm at the Salt Lick Fire Dept. iii: .... Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 12. 1.16 Bath County Schools Construction Management Bid The Bath County Board of Education will receive proposals from qualified Construction Management firms for design services. The intended project is: Renovation and construction at Bath County High School, canopy installation and other possible repairs at Owingsvitie Elemen- tary and road remediation and canopy installation at Crossroads Elementary. Bids must be received in the Office of the Superintendent by 10:00 a.m. on Friday, December 16, 2016. Additional information may be secured by contacting Tony Roth at 606/674-6314. Mr. Harvey Tackett, Superintendent Bath County Board of Education 405 West Main Street Owingsville, KY 40360 No bid will be altered or amended after the specified time and date set for the bid opening. The Bath County Board of Education reserves the right to waive defects and informalities in bids, and to reject any or all bids as may be deemed to its interest. Published in the Bath County News Outlook on 12.1 ~ 12.8 o]'2016 TI Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection Division of Water 300 Sower Blvd. Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 (502) 564-3410 Notice of Request for Approval of a Municipal Pretmatment Program Modi- fication In accordance with the provisions of the Clean Water Act of 1977 and the National Pratraatment Program, the City of Owingsville has developed and submitted for approval by the Energy and Environment Cabinet, Division of Water, a modification to the pretreatment program for the City of Owingsville. KEEC, Division of Water, has made a prelimi- nary determination that this pretreatment program modification meets the requirements of 401 KAR 5:057, Section 6 and 40 CFR 403. The modification will result in the revision of local discharge limitations for the Owingsville-Bath County wastewater treatment plant. The pretreatment program modification is available for inspection and copying at the addresses listed below: Energy and Environment Cabinet Mr. Steve Fauders Department for Environmental Protection City of Owingsville Division of Water P.O. Box 639 300 Sower Blvd. Owingsville, KY 40360 Frankfort, Kentucky 40601 Interested persons are encouraged to submit comments on the program and may request a public hearing. All com- ments submitted will be considered by KEEC, Division of Water. Persons requesting a public hearing must state reasons why such a headng is warranted. In accordance with 401 KAR 5:057, Section 8(2)(a)2, the public notice comment period will end on JanuarY 1, 2017. If no comments to this notice are received, the proposed pretreatment program will be approved as set forth herein without changes and without further public notice. In such event, this notice shall constitute the "notice of approval or disapproval" required by 403.11(e) and no additional notice shall be )rovided. Send comments or request for public hearing to the Permit Support Section, Division of Water, 300 Sower Blvd., Frankfort. Kdhtucky 40601. The Energy and Environment Cabinet does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national odgin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or the provision of services an(~ provides, upon request, reasonable accommoda- tion including auxiliary aids and services necessary to afford individuals an equal opport0nity to participate in all programs and activities. Pubfished in the Bath County News Outlook on 12.1.2016 Second reading of a proposed ordinance amending the Menifee County budget for fiscal year 2017, to include unanticipated receipts for the fol- lowing funds: Road, LGEA, and Senior Citizen and to incldde expenditure increases for the following funds: Road, LGEA, and Senior Citizen which totals $109,356.37 will be held on Tuesday, December 13th, 2016 at 7 p.m. at the Menifee County Courthouse. A copy of the ordinance with full text is available for public inspection at the office of the county judge/ executive during normal business hours. Published in the Menifee County News Outlook on 12. 1.16 urc will be presenting: Sunday, December 11, 2016 p.m. Saturday, December 3, 2016 WCG's Christmas Bazaar (Women Of the Church of God) Time: 8:00am - 2:00pm plus Country Ham Breakfast Time: 7:30am - 9"30pm Location: Owingsville First Church of God Rice Family Life Center WCG will be selling Homemade Baked Goodies such as cakes, pies and candies. Also will have decorations, glasswares and miscellaneous items for sell. Vendors Wanda's: Wreaths Ivetta's: Sweets Donna's: Avon Barbara's: UK Ornaments Leah Vice's: Essential Oils Kendall Thompson's: Jewelry . Sharon Justice's: Mary & Martha 859-289-5720 mattoxrealestate.com Christian Decor 3740 Maysville Road Mattox Auction Center Thursday, December I 6:00 p.m. Saturday, December 3 10:00 a.m. Sunday, December 4 1:00 p.m. (Visit our website at wwwmattoxrealestate.com for photos and additional details.) Thursday.- Over 20 tables of misc. box lots including Christmas items, household items, good linens, silver plate and brass items, framed prints, and much more. Small celts, small jar of Bennington marbles, Monolux No 4348 telescope, Marx train set, spring shoes, gun and holster set, Little Home- maker Plastic Garden Furniture set, Toby the Robot, $6 Million Dollar Man figure, Indian outfit, table full of beer steins, Fenton items, Bi-Centennial medal- lions, Susan B..Anthony dollars, bronze Great American Victories, silver certificates, Hawaii dollar, large selection of Collector books on many subjects (Match Box Toys, Modem Toys, Diecast Toys, Antique Metalware, Post Cards, Made in Japan, Opalescent Glass, Etched Glass, Salt & Pepper Shakers, Blue Willow, Common Tools, Antique Wicker, Primitives, Country Furniture, American Kitchen Collectibles, Antique Oak, Depression Glass, Graniteware, Cookie Jars, Kitchen Antiques 1790-1940, Black Collectibles, Quilts, Banks, Cigarette Lighters, Railroad Collectibles, Disney, Cartoon & Promotional Drinking Glasses, Peanuts.Collectibles, Pedal Cars, Head Vases, Modern Collectible Dolls, Madame Alexander, McCoy pottery, Roseville Pottery, Shawnee Pottery, Watt Pottery, California Pottery, Country Stoneware, Antique Advertising, Collectible Advertising, Antique Tins, Advertising Character Collectibles), Bi-Centennial medallions, Susan B. Anthony dollars, bronze Great American Victories, silver certificates, Hawaii dollar, Weaver step ladder, hand tools, lawn cart, lawn chairs, weedeater, 2-drawer red painted French chest, lacquer finish Crocodile motif parlor tables, green painted sofa table, cocktail table with pull-out shelves and marquetry top, light pine end or side tables, dinette sets, end tables, desks, lamps, over 30 Germantown Milling Co. flour sacks in various sizes, vintage newspapers (Elvis Presley dies of Heart Attack, Nixon Quits, Ford Becomes 38th President, HankAaron hits 715th. Home Run, Man Walks on Moon, RF Kennedy Clings to Life, Johnson beats Goldwater, John F. Kennedy Assassinated), app. 40 Longaberger baskets, and more. Chippendale sofa in white upholstery, 2-drawer red painted French chest, lacquer finish Crocodile motif parlor tables, green painted sofa table, cocktail table With pull-out shelves and marquetry top, light pine end or side tables, oak king size bed, stress painted comer washstand, spring lawn chair, Kentucky books (Paul Sawyier, Kentucky Treasures by Dr. Thomas Clark, Horse Sense and Humor in the Bluegrass by Eslie Asbury, The Kentucky Encyclopedia, Kentucky's Covered Bridges, A History of Blacks in Kentucky by Marion B. Lucas (2 vol.), Kentucky by Archambeault and Clark, A History of Nicholas County by Joan Conley, Bourbon County since 1865 by H.E. Everman, Antiques in Kentucky, Lexington - Heart of the Bluegrass by John D. Wright, A History of the Lexington Cemetary by Burton Milward, The Horse World of the Bluegrass, The Bluegrass of Kentucky/by Richard S. DeCamp, Kentucky -A Pictoral History by J. Winston Coleman, Churchill Downs 100th Kentucky Derby- First Centennial, The Kentucky Book by Wade Hall, Kentucky Mayor" by W.C. Caywood, Jr., Shadows of the Past - A History of the Kentucky High School Athletic League by Louis Stout, The Squire's Sketches of Lexington by J. Winston Coleman, The People's House - Governor's Mansions of Kentucky by Thomas Clark and Margaret Lane, Kentucky - A Sesqui-Centennial HistorY of Kentucky 1792-1942 (4 vol.), Kentucky's Bicentennial Family Register, The Treasury of Early American Homes, Abraham Lincoln Commemorative Ceremony - The One Hundredth Anniversary of his first inauguration, The legend of Cornelius Vanderbilt Whitney by Jeffrey L. Rodengen), Reference Books (Sotheby's catalogs, McKeam's American Glass, Historic Houses of Early America by Elise Lathrop, Fumiture Treasury by Wallace Nutting, Inner Light: The Shaker Legacy by Butler and Spdgg, Shaker Style by Michael Horsham, The Shaker Experience in America by Stephen J. Stein, A Directory of Antique Furniture by F. Lavis Hinckley, Louis C. Tiffany, Rebel in Glass by Robert Koch, Louis C. Tiffany at Tiffany & Co. by John Lodng, Fine Points fo Furniture by Albert Sack, Mennonite Furniture by Reinhold Kauenhoven Janzen and John M. Janzen, Capodimonte Collectibles, ' Furniture and Decoration - Period and modem by Aronson, Oriental Rugs by Walter A Hawley, American Antique Furniture - A Book for Amateurs Vol. 1 by Miller, O!d Glass European and American by N. Hudson Moore, Antique tin and Tole Ware - Its history and Romance by Mary Earle Gould, The Blue China Book by Ada Walker Camehl, British Pottery and Porcelainby Geoffrey A Gooden), Minutes from the Annual Meetings of the Salem Association of Predestinadan Baptists (38th, August 1878 at The Church at Salem, Boone County, KY; 39th, August 1879 at Little Hope, Owen Co., KY; 40th, August 1880 at the Forks of Gunpowder, Boone County, KY; 41st, August .1881 at Dry Creek, Kenton County, KY; Minutes of the Proceedings of the 71st Anni- versary of the White Water Regular Baptist Association, Nettle Creek Church, Randolph County, Indiana, August 1880; Minutes of the Licking Association of Particular Baptists held at The Bryans Church, Fayette County, KY, September 1876; October 1874 Salem Church meeting notes; Minutes of the 31st Annual meeting of the Salem Association of Predestinadan Baptist, August' 1881 at the Forks of Gun Powder; Minutes of the Licking Association of Par- ticular Baptists at the Bald Eagle Church, Bath County, Kentucky; 1881 notice to take depositions in Walton, KY, with 1881 Subpoena to Willie Florence to give deposition, and 1881 summons for William Rupard to give deposition, and a letter from The Regular Baptist Church of Chdst at Goshen, Clark County, Kentucky vouching for W~lliam Rupard as to his Christian character; misc. glassware and china, good selection of Fenton including many hand painted pieces, hand sewn quilts. Coins." 1854-O Liberty Head $2.5 gold, 1914 $2.5 Indian Headgold, 1851 $1 Liberty Head gold, 1852 $1 Liberty Head gold, 1853 $1 Liberty Head gold, 1916-D Mercury dime, 1909-S VDB Lincoln cent, 2014 $1 American Eagle, 1942-S 1943-S and 1945-P PCGS MS65 Jefferson 5c, 1971 Eisenhower Proof $1, collections of IH and Lincoln cents, Jefferson nickels, Proof Quarters sets, 1999, 2002-2005, $1 Hawaii silver certificates, 1935 and 1957 $1 ;liver certificates, $5 silver certificate, 1928 and 1953 $2 bills, app. 20 Morgan and Peace dollars. Rifles. Shotguns. Pistols and Revolvers: Stevens Model .22-410 over and under, rare Stevens 44 shotgun, Stevens .22 dries, Remington .22 rifle, Winchester Model 02A .22 rifle, Springfield Model 60 Marlin .22 rifle, Colt 12 ga. single barrel shotgun,. Westemfield Model M175B 20 ga. shotgun, Win- chester Model 37 Red Letter 12 ga. shotgun, Henry Repeating Arms Co..22 LR, Remington 870 Express 12 ga., Mauser Model 98 with bayonette (WWII bring back), Caranco Cavalry Carbine 7.35 with bayonette (VWVII bring back), Ruger Model 10/22 with scope, W. Richards hammer lock double barrel, Volunteer Arms Co. 12 ga. shotgun, Squires Bingham Model 16.22, Ward's Western Field .22 LR training rifle, JC Higgins Model 583.17 12 ga., Ed- dystone US Model of 1907 30-06, The Invincible Machine Made engraved hammer lock double barrel with gold inlay, Fine Damascus, Belgium, .22 ririe, Western Field Model 32.22 LR, Colt Match Target .22 pistol, Colt Single-Action Frontier Scout .22 pistol in box, early Stevens single shot .22 pistol, F.B. Radom Meal. 35 9mm pistol with replacement handles (VVWll bring back), German P-38 pistol,Smith & Wesson .38 "squeezer" with pearl handles, Davis Industries Model .38 automatic, High Standard Sentinel Model 6-103, High Standard Durango .22 revolver, High Standard .22 Model W-104 revolver with extra .22 mag cylinder, RG23.22 revolver, Colt Mk IV/Series 70 Government Model wood grain box, Colt Detective Special .38 Spec. wood grain box. Case XX, Boker, Schrade, John Primble Belknap, German Eye, Frost, Buck, Winchester, Fightin Rooster, Browning, Cataraugus, Ulster, and others. Unusual hay claw, ox yoke, iron dinner bell with pole and yoke, another large selection of app. 120 Longaberger baskets (A very clean and well-kept collection of a former dealer! J.W. Collection baskets, purse baskets, Christmas Collection baskets, Inaugural baskets, Bee Baskets, Awards baskets, Umbrella, Sewing stand Fern Stands, Hamper, All American baskets, Longaberg- er Family signed baskets, Holiday Hostess baskets, Sponsor baskets, Banker's Waste baskets, Easter, Pie and cake baskets, Tour Basket, Sweetheart baskets, Gathering baskets, magazine basket, Father's Day baskets, Collector's Club, and more), States Metal and Longaberger Pottery, app. 25 Royal Doulton Toby mugs, Hummell figurines (Little Helper, School Girl, Sweet Greetings, Globe Trotter, Be Patient, Goose Girl, Apple Tree boy and girl), P. Buckley'Moss signed and hum- bered prints, No. 1-2--4 and 6 of the original series of 6 Hot Wheels comics, more silver certificates' 2-drawer red painted French chest, lacquer finish Crocodile motif parlor tables,.green painted sofa table, cocktail table with pull-out shelves and marquetry top, light pine end or side tables, dinette sets, end tables, desks, lamps, and more. Terms'. Cash or check with proper ID. Visa and MasterCard accepted. 10% Buyer's Premium. y