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The Bath County News-Outlook Thursday, December 11, 2003 .Coun Heri Tumbling Team-- These students are members of the Owingsville Elementary School Tumbling Team. Pictured from left to right, front row are: Taborn Kissick, Hunter McCarty, Keely Crouch, Haley McFarland, Megan Leach, Taylor Caudill, Edward Robinson, Lyric Hodge, Holly Haskins. Second row: Morgan Richardson, Macy Thompson, Shelby Fawns, Shelia Mitchell, Paige Clark, Megan Penick, Haley Clark, Brion Hodge, Taylor Ray, Elizabeth Harmon, Nathan Dailey, Daniel Goldie, Brittany Balmer, Hall Miller. Back row: Kayla Blankenship, Krista Blakenship, Katy Maze, Megan Edlund, Daniell Wright, Leighton McNabb, Frankie Carter, Austin Blacknum, Brett Richetts, Jordan Crump, Dylan Roberts, Cody Barr, and Jordan Abrams. The team shOwed off their gymnastic skills during a performance for the school this past week. Bath Grand faces," Ferrel, says. Parents as well as students Bath Fiscal showed their support for the cause. Jury returns Many parents donated money Court votes 1 ) towardsthe hefty cost of postage 7 indictments requiredto the Middlet shiPEast.these many boxes update 9-1-1 [iiTii!iii!i]ii!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiil Later in the evening, the fiscal court approved the first reading of an ordinance restricting the own- ership of exotic animals in Bath County. This ordinance was drafted last month after Randy Joseph of the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife, suggested this ordinance be passed in order to avoid prob- lems seen by many other counties regarding dangerous animals. The court also considered an application from Francis Montjoy for a license to operate a pool- room in Preston. The motion to approve the license was made by Shrout and seconded by Jimmy Cline. The vote carried 4-0. In other news during the meet- ing, the court reappointed Willie Staton as Search and Rescue Coordinator. The court also approved payment to the Gateway House in the amount of $1,500. Payments were also approved to Mike Vanlandingham for EE.M.A. work completed on Stevens Road, and to Donnie Roberts for his work on the Preston sewer project. lieepr00 newsl00l00 n" and inlormedl Site-Base council member Mike Ray donated the remaining cost of postage on behalf of Subway. "It's a small price to pay when you think about what they are doing for us," Ray says." A few dollars for postage is nothing real- ly. What the soldiers are doing is priceless." Principal Sharon Smith insists this latest project is just a prime example of the good-hearted nature of children and their desire to show their support. "These children are very, very giving," Smith says. "They want to give. They really do." ,. OES's care packages will be sent to Spencer Wells, son of Bath County Middle School teacher Nancy Fields. Wells is currently serving in Iraq as a member of the Army's 82nd Airborne Division. He will distribute the contents of the packages amongst his fellow soldiers. Wells' mother stresses the impor- tances of OES's thoughtfulness during this time of year. "I can't thank them enough for doing this for the troops over there," Fields says. "It means a lot to them." Owinsgville Elementary stu- dents have taken it upon them- selves to show their unwaVering support for our country and those who risk their lives defending it. These youngsters serve as an re- minder to us all, that we should make time to show our thanks and let our armed forces know they will always have our deepest ap- preciation. DREAM TAN'S Skin Deep Tattoo Studio "Often Imitated- Quality Work (Art) Never Duplicated" Over 2,000 Pieces of Flash, Custom Tattoo - $50 Hourly Introducing Paul Stilton, Tattoo Artist liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiil about September 8, 2003 in Bath County, the defendant committed the offense of theft by unlawful taking, when he knowingly and unlawfully took or exercised con- trol over certain movable proper- ty, belonging to another with the intent to deprive him thereof, to wit: a .38 caliber Charter Arms revolver. In the case of the Commonwealth of Kentucky ver- sus Abdal-Azeez J. Hakim, the grand jury charges that on or about October 31, 2003 in Bath County, the defendant committed the following: Count One: com- mitted the offense of operating a motor vehicle under the influence when he was found to be driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. This being the defendant's fourth or more such offense with (5) years; Count Two: committed the offense of operating a motor vehicle while license revoked or suspended for driving under the influence when he was found to be driving a motor vehicle while his license was revoked as a result of his con- viction for a violation of KRS 189A.010. This being the defen- dant's third such offense; Count Three: committed the offense of theft of a motor vehicle registra- tion plate when he was found in possession of a stolen temporary tag from Millers Auto Sales. S 4 O0 I Schedule now for = tJ m off i Tattoo's valued 8100 and up i Walk-ins Welcomel i ...... _ _=  c_. rt_,. c_.t._: A:._,,:_b,:L .......  _ =. Exotic Body Piercing'r "You Pick It- We Stick It "  " Health Dept Cerf- As A/ways We lvleet & Exoaed Sate Regutaons Tattoo Hours: Tues., Wed., Thuts. 12.8; Ftf. & Sat. 12-10 119E Main SL, WiHs Plaza, ML b3'er , Ph. 859498.0387 Betty (Kelly) Pergrem July 5, '94.z New equipment for Bethel--Gateway Head Start! stalled a new playground at Bethel Elementary School. Start was awarded a grant to install the playground equi Bethel, as well as at the West Liberty Cluster Site in County. The Bath County playground area inch a shaded area, outdoor easels, and a large promotes both small and large motor skills. Head Start., counties of Bath, Menifee, Montgomery, Morgan, and counties. ABSOLUTE TRACTORS "FARM MACHINERY TOOLS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 13 10:00 LOCATION: 1181 Paris Pike, Mt. Sterling, KY. From Mt. Sterling and 1-64 Exit 110 Hwy. 11 (Maysville Rd.) North 1/2 mile; turn left onto Hwy. 460 (Paris Pk.). 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 row Hardy boom spray for tobacco; MF#41, 7 ft. mowing machine; 2-20ft. wagons, 11 wagon, 16 ft. wagon, New Holland #353 grinder/mixer; 10 ft. gravity flow fertilizer er; 3-16" Ford #401 plows; IH 4-20" plows; MF 2-14" plows; IH#530 manure s older manure spreader; MF#35 self propelled combine w/Wisconsin engine; 3 pt. auger; 9 ft. chain harrow; like new portable cattle squeeze chute; wagon load of corral els; 4 creep feeders; 2 mineral feeders; hay rings; several feed troughs; 4 tobacco boxes; tobacco baler press (air); 5 hp air compressor; 500-200 cell float bed trays; 2 pipe drags; kiln dried lumber, spot sprayer; 3 pumps; 75 treated posts; woven wire; several panel electric fence controllers and other fencing supplies. Pipe gates, hill side plow. HAY EQUIPMENT: Gehl #1870 hay roller; 7 and S Vicon disc mowers; 18 ft. hay teeter; 9 ft. 3 pt. teeter; MF #124 hay baler; 2 New Idea side hay rakes, hay rake caddy, hay roll 3 hay spikes; hay spike w/winch for pickup. CORN EQUIPMENT: Cyclo 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/MlSC: 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; plow; jack stands; assorted screwdrivers; 30 shop press; wagon loads of farm hand tools, and other farm related supplies of all types and more items to mention. TERMS: Cash or Approved Check Day of Potential buyers that have not done previous ness with the selling agency must have prior approval. Announcements Day of Sale Take Precedence Over Printed or Verbal Advertising Sale 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 MEN AT 11:00 A,M. REFRESHMENTS SERVED, Z)ighi fro, a ,ffoyzd a,nd "[app, o/'[alZda# ,.ea.eo,n! . il, o sister, o wife, a mother, a qraMmother. o Chritiot a,d o frie, d. She was all of te people. !4ut. ,ow she is art otlqel. I miss her o,d Iook foord to the # when I will see her oqain. OES students remember servicemen liiiiiiii!iii!i00iiiii0000 iiiiT00!ii,i!iii!l I'm definitely going to bring something," Crouch says. "I hope it lets them know there are kids out there who care about them." Nine year-old Braden Barr said, "I'm thankful for the soldiers, and we needed to do this for them." Fourth-grade student Hope Ferrell, hopes these studenfs let- ters and gifts will make their holi- day season a bit more enjoyable for those serving. "I hope it brings a smile to their I sat with you in your ICU room, at the St. Claire Medical Center, the night before you passed away, hoping for a miracle. It was the first Saturday in December 996. I pulled my shoes off and sat in the recliner next to the win- dbw, looking at the snow falling outside. About 4:o0 a.m., I walked down that long hall to the hospital chapel. My socks didn't make a sound on the tiled floor and I could hear Christmas carols coming through, loud and clear, over the hospital sound system. I prayed for you in the chapel and put your name in the "Prayer Book". But, I knew, in my heart, that God had already decided to do What He want- ed to do. Later that day, they took away the machine that was helping you breathe, but I knew your Soul and your Spirit had already gone to Heaven. Afterward, when the family visited you for the last time, I saw that someone had put an angel on your pillow. I kissed you and said "good- bye," gathered my stuff from the waiting room and walked to my car. It was cold and the snow was still lightly coming down. On that December day, there was an overwhelming feeling of sadness in the air, but I took comfort in knowing that you would be there to greet me when I crossed that bridge to the Other Side. May Your Soul and Spirit Forever Be At Peace Your Brother, Harry (Deever) Patrick Make a holly wreath If you have holly trees or shrubs in your yard, collect some small branches from them leaving long, stripped sections at the bottoms and lots of leaves and berries at the tips. Use a foam wreath form from a craft store (or make one with a wire coat-hanger), and use floral tape to secure the branches to the wreath form. 2003 King Features Syndicate, Inc. oo I BI Proceed around the circle