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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper September 05, 2013 - 3 JOHN PAUL SHORT JO RHODES ALLEN WILLIE CLAY "BILL" SORRELL John Paul Short, hus- band ofVirgaleen Karrick Short, of Mr. Sterling, passed away Monday, August 26, 2013. He was an 86 year old native of Bath County, son of the late John Wesley and Eulalia McNabb Short, a retired carpenter from Warren Builders after 35 years, and a member of Gateway Christian Church. In addition to his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Land Blevins of Bath County, a son, Gary Wayne (Kar- en) Short of Mr. Ster- ling, 4 grandchildren, 8 great-grandchildren, 2 sisters, Ruby McGlothin of Sherton, Arkansas, and Elizabeth Gibbs of North Middle-town, Ohio, and several nieces and nephews. There will be a memorial service 11:00 Tuesday at Mach- pelah Cemetery Chapel. Herald & Stewart Home for Funerals is in charge of arrangements. JACK NEAL MOORE Jack Neal Moore, 82, of 371 Bypass Road, Salt Lick,.KY, passed away Friday August 30, 2013 at his residence after an extended illness. Born July 8, 1931 at Erwin, TN the son of the late John G. and Sarah Marie Price Moore. He was retired from the United States Army hav- ing served during the Ko- rean conflict and the Viet- nam era. Survivors include his wife, Xe Thi Moore, 1 daughter, Jaclyn Tuyen Werder and her husband Charles of Murrell's Inlet, SC, 6 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. There will be no local service or visitation. In- urnment will be at a later date at Arlington Nation- al Cemetery. Powell Fu- neral Home of Salt Lick, ICY is caring for arrange- ments. CHARLES E. TAYLOR E. Taylor, 93, of Owingsville, passed Charles Steven Taylor of Indianapolis, Indiana, Keith Taylor of Owings- ville, Brent (Deliria) Taylor of Atlanta, Geor- gia; 1 daughter Penny Wilhams of New York; 1 sister Wilma Vesperman of Soloman's Island, MD; 7 grandchildren Ariel Williams, Leah Taylor, Luke Taylor, Kendall Jo Rhodes Allen, age 86 of Frenchburg, Ky passed away Monday in the Edgewood Estates Nurs- ing Home, Frenchburg, Ky. Funeral arrangements are pending. ALBERT HERALD RATLIFF Age 83, of Lewisburg, passed away at his home on Friday, Au- gust 30, 2013 following a brief illness. He was preceded in death by his parents, Floyd & Ollie Ratliff; brothers. Willard, Edison, Mar- vin & Wendell Ratliff; sisters, Eunice Taulbee & Marie Yocum & by 2 infant brothers. He was a devoted family man, a loving father, a man of his word and he didn't know a stranger. He was a US Army veteran of the Korean War. He received his bachelor's & master's degrees from Morehead State Univ. and was a member of their baseball team. He then taught for a short time in Menifee County KY and then spent the rest of his teaching ca- ver; sister-in-law, Mary Lou Ratliff and numer- ous other relatives & many friends. Funeral services was held 1:30 PM Wed. Sep. 4 at the GILBERT-FELLERS FUNERAL HOME, 950 ALBERT RD., BROOKVILLE. Burial will follow in Roselawn Cemetery, Lewisburg. Herald will be re- membered as someone who started with lit- tle, never complained, found humor always and would reach out to help a friend and take the time to tell you a great story. He was a patriot and a great his- torian. If desired, the family suggests donations to Hospice of Dayton. E- mail condolences may be sent by going online to www.gilbert-fellers. com Charitable donations may be made in Albert Herald's memory to the following organization: Hospice of Dayton 324 Wilmington Ave., Dayton, OH 45420 away :Saturday, August Taylor, Danielle Steer-reer in Verona, Lewis- 31, 2013. He was the man, Cassey Gibbs, and burg & Lanier. He also son of late Steven Tyler Gibbs. coached the basketball Taylor and Julia Pen- He was preceded in team at Verona. He was mngton Taylor, and was deat]a by 1 son David an avid outdoorsman, a retjxd , choQ1 Teacher ,:; lov ' :biuegT ss Charles. vas also along, h d:-6g'M6 p em- ge timemember of the Gide- ber 2, 2013, at 3pm with loved the UK Wild: ] ons daft OwingsvilleRev Bob Ray and Rev cats, Ohio State Buck-' i Methottist Church, and Ron Hi]] officiating. In- eyes and the Cincin- was former mem- erment followed in the nail Redlegs. Herald is ber ofd'tl e Owingsville Owingsville Cemetery.a rvived by his wife of Richardson Funeral 56 years, Joyce, daugh- Home was in charge ofter Jera Ratliff: sister, the arrangements. Neva (Kenneth) eli- City Cb nSel. siirvived by his wife' Lillian Taylor of O gsville; 3 sons ~t~r~ }'~ : "I'm Alive... because of organ donation!" renew 2nd reading of this ordinance be held on September 12, 2013 at 10:00 a.m. at Court House Annex. Willie Clay "Bill" Sorrell, husband of Wynema Sor- rell of Bath County, and the late Mattye Johnson Sor- rell, passed away Thurs- day, August 22, 2013. He was an 86 year old native of Bath County, son of the late Clay Dawson and An- gie Young Carter Sorrell, an Army veteran of WWII and the Korean Conflict. a retired employee from Gen- eral Motors and a member of the Christian faith. In addition to his wife, he is survived by 1 son. Robert Allen (Laura) Sorrell of Florida, a stepson, William David Royse of Olive Hill, a foster son, Jerald (Debbie) Henry of Livonia, Michi- gan, 8 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, 2 sis- ters, Helen (Albert) Drawe of Nokomis, Florida and Anna Joyce Sorrell of Ann Arbor, Michigan, and sev- eral nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Cheryl Ann Sandlin. His funeral was at l:00pm Monday at Herald & Stewart Home for Fu- nerals with burial in Mach- pelah Cemetery. On-Site Custom Laser Etching - Portraits - Scenes - Emblems Large Selection of Gray and Colored Granite - Single or Double Monuments - Markers - Pet Markers 105 Locust Street Carlisle, KY 40311 Owners: Brent and Emily Gaunce AND ~Z:-. AN ORDINANCE relating to the annual budget therof. ::!lgnment Auction Wherea~ the County of BATH has realized unbudgeted receipts from Common- Cross~ de Ohio River at Maysvine go wealth of KY Truck License Distribution, Prior Year Carryovers & US Treasury. West'.~ ~Rt. 52 to Riple~ Oh. 45120 Be it ordained by the Fiscal Court of County of Bath Commonwealth of Kentucky. Section One: The budget for fiscal year 2013-2014 is amended to: F achinery,- 98 Ca- A. Increase the receipts 0fthe Bath County Fiscal Court 2013-2014 Budget by dilIa& :atera - 23 Bumper $267283.27. anper (No Title) s. To includeunbudgeted receipts from: ----': !'_dm : : "s Pl - Account Code r Description Amount O,v~ ~ units of lumber up to 0]-4901-000 Prior Year Carryover $30,250.39 02-4901-000 Prior Year Carryover $219,392.92 ~.0 L0/ig-Metal Roofing & Sid- 02-4516-000 Truck License $9,952.00 ,, ing up to 25' Finished Hardwood Flooring- Sets of Kitchen Cabinets- Vanities-Laminate Flooring- Carpet-Vinyl-Cermaic Tfl-Padding-Trim-Doors- wi'ndows,Household'An- itiqueS~& CoUectables, & Tables full of small items It's may be picked up later- lst~ buyers writing a check C~tst or Bring bank letter of guarantee or Cash No Exceptions- Call or See web for List & Terms Towlers Auction Service Inc. Randy Myers, Auctioneer 513-315-4360 03-4901-000 Prior Year Carryover $2,606.44 04-4901-000 Prior Year Carryover $1,353.93 13-4901-000 Prior Year Carryover $1,847.61 01-4553-000 US Treasury (lake patrol) $1,880.00 B. Increase expenditure account(s): Account Code Description Amount O1-9200-999 Reserves for Transfer $30,250.39 02-9200-999 Reserves for Transfer $9,952.00 02-6105-311 Contract Paving $219,392.92 03-9200-999 Reserves for Transfer $2,606.44 04-9200 -999 Reserves for Transfer $1,353.91 13-9200-999 Reserves for Transfer $1,847.61 01-5401-119 Lake Patrol $1,880.00 Section Two: The amounts adjusting the receipt and expenditure accounts in Sec- tion One, are for governmental purposes. Approved by the Fiscal Court of Bath County, Kentucky, this 8th day of August 2013. sl Lowell Jamison - Bath Co. ludge Executive Approved as to form and classification this 12th day of August, 2013 s/Robert O. Brown - State Local Finance Officer Published in the Bath County News-Outlook 09.05.13.