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;Bath County News-Outlook December 4, 2003 / i ommunities. A-5 ..- ............ S rp program -- at the Coyle Country Stables-Fall Program, instructor Janet and students DonNe McCarty, Coty Craig McGonigle, Steffan Milovan- Milica Milovancevich, Rebecca New- r, Delaney Coyle, and Brittany White, lether for this group picture, after the Claire earns by AABB Claire Regional Medical the hospital Kentucky, has granted accreditation by Association of Banks (AABB), accord- Robert Sloss, M.D., Director of the Blood Share a Recipe! Send to P.O. Box 577 Owingsville, KY 40360 follows an on-site assessment by trained AABB asses- AABB accreditation the level of med- and administra- within the meets or exceeds the set by the AABB. St. Regional joins approxi- similar facilities States and that have earned AABB AABB's Accreditation are voluntary," Dr. explained." "St. Claire has sought AABB as this program facilities around the in achieving excellence a level of profes- medical expertise that to quality perform- 1958, the AABB has in the accredita- banks and transfu- Services in determining methods, procedures, knowledge, and meet established The minimum horsemanship program came to an end. Each student performed, exhibiting skills learned during the past season, which ranged from beginner to show experience. Refreshments were shared with families and friends. (Matthew Lucas was not present when this picture was taken, but he partici- pated in the event.) the AABB's Standards/or Blood Banks and Transfusion Services. These standards not only reflect the level of professional profi- ciency for blood banks and transfusion services in the United Stated, but also provide the basis for practice in similar facilities around the world. Established in 1947, the AABB is the international asso- ciation of community blood cen- ters, hospital blood banks and transfusion and transplantation services. Individual members include health care professionals in blood banking arid transfusion medicine. Its member facilities are responsible for collecting virtually all of the nation's blood supply and for transfusing more than 80 percent of the blood used for patient care in the US. The AABB sets standards, assesses and accredits blood col- i li ir 'i iil " lection and transfusion facilities, and provides continuing educa- tion and information Call us when a newsworthy event happens in your community. We're here to serve you! The Bath County News.Outlook Huge Tax 8av|n00 with purchase of 6000lb. Truck or SUV o =100,000 depreciation o 50% write-off bonus o 20% 1st year depreciation o Purchased & Delivered by 12/31/03 Call Todd Hurst @ 1-800-963-2886 On the Bypass Mt. Sterling C H RYS L E R - DODG":: - Jeep banks and transfusion are based primarily on ITS THE END OF THE YEAR YOU HAVE EXTRA MONEY IN YOUR LEX ACCOUNT $ $ HELDERMAN ISION CENTER Has Open Appointments for Full Eye Exams A Large Selection of Designer Frames and No Line Bifocals One North Maysville, Mt. Sterling, KY Call or go online today! 1-800-994-6001 or 859-498-600 I www.drheye.com Karaoke crew---Burnsy Stewart, right, as youngsters lined up to sing their favorite watches as his wife, Stephanie, runs the sound country songs. The festival was a great success, for the karaoke booth set up recently at the Salt raising money for various school endeavors. Lick PTO Fall Festival. The booth was a real hit (News-Outlook photo, Ken Metz) St.00 hn's CARPET Commercial and Residential Tile Ceramic V CT Hardwood yl Laminates Stock Available Professional Installation - 1 year guaranteed Free Delivery 90 Days Same As Cash Builders Welcome Purchase Brands like Mohawk, Alladin & Galaxy 4645 Camargo Road, Mt. Sterling _ { " .....  c ... Ph.: 859-497-4204 :::,,. Bob St. John, Owner  .-:: ........ 00ABSOLUTE AUCTION TRACTORS FARM MACHINERY TOOLS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13 10:00 LOCATION: 1181 Paris Pike, Mt. Sterling, KY. From Mt. Sterling and 1-64 Exit 110 take Hwy. 11 (Maysville Rd.) Noah 1/2 mile; turn left onto Hwy. 460 (Paris Pk.). Approx. 1.2 miles on the right. TRACTORS: Kubota #M8200, Cab 4x4, weights front/back, 6 point hydraulics, 82 h.p., 1050 hrs.; ., MF#390 cab, 6 pt. hydraulics, aproximately 3500 hrs. w/#2400 Bush Hog loader, 70 h.p.; MF #245, w/spin out wheels 42 hp; IH#130 with culitvators/sid- . ...... edresser. MACHINERY: 1979 Chevy 4x4 pick up with hay spike (feed truck); Bush Hog Legend 15 ft. batwing mower; Gooseneck 20 ft. cattle trailer; Gooseneck 20 ft. flat bed trailer; 16 ft. tag-a-long trailer; Holland 2-row tobacco setter; 10 ft. Burch wheel harrows; 7 ft. Bush Hog mower; 7 ft. HD grader blade; log forks and hay spike for front end loader; 6 row Hardy boom spray for tobacco; MF#41, 7 ft. mowing.machine; 2-20ft. wagons, 18 ft. wagon, 16 ft. wagon, New Holland #353 grinder/mixer; 10 ft. gravity flow fertilizer spread- er; 3-16" Ford #401 plows; IH 4-20" plows; MF 2-14" plows; IH#530 manure spreader; older manure spreader; MF#35 self propelled combine w/Wisconsin engine; 3 pt. post hole auger; 9 ft. chain harrow; like new portable cattle squeeze chute; wagon load of corral pan- els; 4 creep feeders; 2 mineral feeders; hay rings; several feed troughs; 4 tobacco baler boxes; tobacco baler press (air); 5 hp air compressor; 500-200 cell float bed trays; 2 iron -: :','?i! ':F: pipe drags; kiln dried lumber, spot sprayer; 3 water .................  ' ................. :'; pumps; 75 treated posts; woven wire; several solar :}?ii,::;::i@:?! ,i :.:.:!i::::}!E:, panel electric fence controllers and other various  fencing supplies. Pipe gates, hill side plow. ., !.. . ... : " :F HAY EQUIPMENT: Gehl #1870 hay roller; 7 and 8 ft. Vicon disc mowers; 18 ft. hay teeter; 9 ft. 3 pl. hay : ' teeter; MF #124 hay baler; 2 New Idea side delivery hay rakes, hay rake caddy, hay roll mover on wheels; 3 hay spikes; hay spike w/winch for pickup. CORN EQUIPMENT: Cycle 4 row corn  . planter w/corn and bean drum; New Idea 2- row corn picker; 5 gravity flow corn wagons; 3 corn elevators; small shell corn auger; pto driver corn sheller. TOOLS/MISC: Large selection of combintion wrenches and socket sets; die grinder; parts cleaner; power sockets and chisels; bench vises; 2 ton floor jacks; wood lathe; router table; Weilder Acy/Oxy hoses, gauges and torches; Craftsman welder; chain saws; garden plow; jack stands; assorted screwdrivers; 30 ton shop press; wagon loads of farm hand tools, parts and other farm related supplies of all types and many more items to mention. TERMS: Cash or Approved Check Day of Sale. Potential buyers that have not done previous busi- ness with the selling agency must have prior credit approval. Announcements Day of Sale Take Precedence Over Printed or Verbal Advertising Sate Conducted By McCormick Land & Auction Co. Inc. ~Since 1913~ Ph.: 859-498-4317 AUCTIONEERS: Edwin O. Burden, Allen "Buck" Prewitt, Victor Jones II CLERK: Paul Lyons NOTE: FARMERS: THIS WILL BE A VERY LARGE AUCTION AND ONE YOU DON'T_T_WANT TO M IS_S_. SOMETHING HERE EVERY FARMER CAN USE. WILL START SELLING T_RACTORS AND FARM EQUIP- MEN AT 11:00 A.M. REFREH_ME_NT SERVED