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FOR SALE: Charolais bulls, excel- lent E.PD. easy calving most quali- fying for bull program. $1000 - $1,200. S.E.A.N.A. Charolais. Call 270-257-8861. 3-14 Sell all your "don't needs" with a Times- News want ad Annual Sale Sat. March 9 ~ 1 p.m Ohio County Park * Bulls. Cows Calves Breed Heifers, Open Heifers LARRY SANSOM 298-0059 SAFE! Small, 15 lbs mostly Black with Brown and White markings has Dark Red Harness (not a collar) Please call Holly Reneer 274-0591 or 298-9507 If no answer, leave a message *** Reward Offered *** FREE: Benji-type dog to good home. 298-3923. 3-7 LOST: 7-year-old Blue Heeler. Male dog with black leather collar. Very friendly. Near Combs Bridge Road area on Highway 69 N. If seen or found, please call 298-4906. 3-7 FREE TO GOOD HOME: Mixed- breed female dog. Has had all of her shots and been spayed. Needs home in country and lots of attention. Call 298-7908 after 3 p.m. 3-7 FREE PUPPIES in time for Eas- ter. All sizes, all ages. Mixed golden Lab and Shepherd. To good home only. Day: 276-3361; night: 276- 3617. 3-21 Thursday, March 28 - 4:00 to 5:00 p.m. Ohio County Farm & (;arden Center 2.98-7032 -- tlartford, Kentucky t I II THE FISH TRUCK Lynnco, Inc. STOCK YOUR POND WITH KENTUCKY RAISED FISH FOR INFO: n60 v.-666-9222 FOR ORDERS ONLY: 1-800-335-2077 !Area Community Choir will sing at the Rosine United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. Muzzleloaders Bingo #0RG-0726 every Thursday night at the Ohio County Park. For more a Young people's meeting at 7 p.m, gt the Wayland Early ( hildhood Center for people with calFSandie 298-93190t Pare 298J4093.. ...... - 7:30 -8:30 p.m. at St. Francis Community Center in Horse Branch. dance at the LoR, 23 Park Avenue, Madisonville. 7-11:30. Admission charged. a veterans service officer will be at the Senior Citizen Center, Ohio County Park from 10 a.m. to filling out claims. This is a free service for all veterans. For information, call 276-3688. #473 will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Pleasant Ridge Lodge Hall. .COuntry and gospel music at Rosine Barn Jamboree in Rosine from 7:30 p.m.- ? It's free! for 50 and over at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. at the Ohio County Park from 7-10 p,m. will meet at 7 p.m. at the lodge hall. Shrine Club of Hartford breakfast. Band will play for a dance at the Ohio County Park from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Admission will be - 8 at the Community Center in the basement; the multipurpose room. Park, Building #2. the Preservation of Fort Hartford will meet at the Fort at Ohio County Park, from 10 a.m to 10 a.m. at Ohio.County Park, indoor arena. Lanes will host a gospel group, "Psalms 69:30," from 4 p.m. Admission charged. seminar and support group meets at CaNary Temple Assembly in Owensboro grade. Church is located at 800 Chuck Gray Court (Frederica Bypass). istian Family Counseling Services: 270-691-1122. :from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Old Wayland School, Together We Care. at the Executive Inn in Paducah from 7 - 11:30 p.m. Admission charged. ge #420 F & AM will meet at 7 p.m. at the lodge hall. Site Base Council meeting will be held at 4:15 p.m. in the school's media center. #ORG.0749 at 7 p. m. at the VFW building. For more information, call 274-7347. at the Pub, 1348 Division, Evansville, Indiana. From 7-11. Admission charged. meet at the Render Center (old Wayland school) in Hartford. Weigh-in starts at 5:15 information, call 1-800-651-6000. Star #326 will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the lodge hall. Shrine of White Shrine of Jerusalem will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the Masonic Temple in a dance at Ohio County Park every Tuesday night, except the first Tuesday of the month, at 7 - 8 p.m. at the Community Center, in the basement; the multipurpose room. p.m. 1209 N. Main, Beaver Dana 274-3318 ONE HOUR PHOTO "Everyday Low Prescription Prices" Electric, Inc. 250 Madison St. Beaver Dam, KY (270) 274-3614 Ownm: Joe Wood & Tim Wood la t'/a~ ~ S~tD.4 7~ane" Lic.#M03450 & HOBOS: 1400 N. $~ St Beaver Dam, KS" 4U~0 (270) 27.2105 Hours: Li~ Sitlcs(270~4-2341 Mon. - closed Amy Shoulders i2701830-99~ Tues-Fri. 9-5 Sat. 9-2 1200 S. Main St. Hartford, KY "High Performance. Low On Price" Ricky Whitely, Owner these local businesses e at !B'jCKI FOR YOUR AND THE SAF PY 1 2 14 17 H i2 CLUES ACROSS 1. Edible fat 5. Capital of Morocco I0. Bodily cavitie-q 14. Plant genus of iris 15. Fish genus of shad 16. Double-reed instrument t 7. Bar 20. Activity leading to skilled behavior 21. Positions 22. Sprockc', 23. Replete 25. Era~ 29. Erstwhile 33. Thin down 34. Gnmd .__, vintage 35. Equus caballus 36. Offspring CLUES DOWN I. Divide into components 2, Married woman, legal 3. Mammal genus of otters 4. Sock 5. Communication systems 6. Forward moving 7. Bjom __, tennis player 8. Viper 9. Coat i 0. An elccual gov~ coun- cil in a Communist country I I. Assist 12. Bevel 13. Tennis onits 18. Ihogres~s I9. This (Spanish) 23. Infections 24. An Asian river between China and Russia 25. Fencing swords 26. Beat 27, Bidding 28. After B TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, MARC~! 7, 2002, PAGE 11-A IIII III iiiiiiii I II III Saturday, March 9, 10 a.m.C.T. 125 E. White Oak Leitchfield, Ky. Approximately 140 acres in Leitchfield city limits on WKP. Slopes for sewers. Timber. Call: 270-259-5656 II IIIII I II III II I MAR. 23 ~ 10:00 A.M. mile north of the William Natcher Parkway. ,mmissmnexl to sell the following: 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths [* Dining Room i, 1,440 Sq. Ft. * 2.74 Acres * 392.43' Road Frontage * 24' x 30' Metal Detached 2 car garage bedroom suite, 4 pc Oak bedroom rote, ta~ wno~ kitc~ udd wi~ fix dmirs, lat~ hmd~ ~ ~ e~ f~ sevd dints, couch with matchin~dutir, two~li~ armchai cMtabks mcraltabkl,m~(txacbrm), fbochmps, ma'bkW coffee and ~ t,-,b~ meok W P~ mads;~- vzt~ (O=l=z= 3~1) ~1 ~ods, q~ (some ~ mtchnd}, zvcr~ haM-cm~ coal fi~uri~, ~n~ inctndiN: Old kke, i~ Xousc. DuMc, Ky (#183 of 200) by Gary Adams, Pete Jones' Mill b~ Mary Jo Whiz (197g); sevml old pctum ~ fiarm, piak Dc~on glass, cut ghs~, crys~, stem glasm (zvual va.'ie~). Mooo & San p,xes. Oai~n~ v~, (3) H~ on ~, ~skey decmm, larp can i~ ktt~. stroll obk~g c~ iron kate. cast iro~ ~llas. ca~ iro~ mmal muffin pan. (John Wfig~. 19B). UHL potte~, g Derr~tasse cups and sa~ers, silver SetWllg trlD, drawer kaik, wood I)hlg, bCh~ matdlbox hok:k% high back chair wi~ wrcku sicks, ca~ b0aom dmr, comc~ wh~.~ ~c}[ brm sc~ wlu cr~k, be~d ~ z~al kcm~z ImVs, mIR g~ ~k ~, ~it jm, #2 ~mb, botlk cW~)et sm~l} hil~, R~io Ey~ Town & Cotm~ wago~,~ K~i~o~ I$' no fret mfngcrator with ic~ m~k~, W~sun~ase ~s ~, Magic Old raz~ow~, Ma~ w=~ M=yug d~, Kclvia~x ch~ We fr=z~, Kiddy vacuum claner, Hoover 700 vaamm ckaner, 25" Zemth oomok T3/with ~te 2.5" RCA comok TV with rem~, RCA poaab~c TV ~i~ remote, Singer gm~ ra~=, WI,hrlpod ~k)w AC umt;~ LTI2 Supper ridin~ h~mowcr, S'I'X38 ~h~ [k~ ndi~ mo~t, (2) ~ 6 hp recycling mulch rtlo~rs, Lawn Boy 20" cut mo~et, EXCELLO sm~l hwnmowet, ~1 push rr~wer, Echo gas weed e.,~, Echo gas leaf blower Yadman 5 ~ tiller, small Craft.srtum poaabk air comlmmot, pott~Jk at tank, 2 ~1 lmld dolly, 12g, fl~ilr~v~(2)~aurac~tas~bdd~,6'~du~mms~l~tt, hand sp~ym, bolt bins, Simpma OHMS mau, y~ s=d~, #4 Simpkx hm ~ lots d had too~ w~l~s, ~kcts, p~p wench~ soldm~g ~n, flo~ j~k, ~dm:l bmcl, mgc, ~ag v, oacs, t~l~ memar~ ( 16' x25'), g~s cam, 4 ~, ~r ~; ~- 6 pl~ scm~ B~andy En~li~ ~ 6 pc. stort~m, Q~ulz ckrl~, ~ Fx, srmlhadi~, ixcsurc ~r, mix~ ~nth v,~al~s ~1 bo~h, Bl~k & Decker ~ ima, ~x ~tara nnk...~ 1~.~ laura, ~ ~m, ~ c~nc ~d , nd mad~ raom OWNER: James H. Peters Estate Tram: Real ~s~a~. 10~ down ofd~y of sak. Balance aad possession with doed in 30 days. Buym pays all 2002 prOlmty taxes. Personal Property- Cash or check with prolm ID, t~te: Prospective buyers have l0 days Im0r to sale date to make lead based paint and o~er inspections. Announcemen~t made day of sak take precedence o~er prbaed material. "Selling t/~ Earth a P ce at a 38. Transferred possession 41.Compass point between east and soufl~ast 42. Charity 44. Aociem city of Egypt 45. Living quarters 48. Visual percept 49, Jab 50. Biological effcctivmx~, abbr. 5 I. Colorado resort 54, Pape~ 59. Bar 62. Leg shank 63. Accommodate 64. Rain dance 65. German town 66. Most unsuitable 67. Hindu calendar month 29. A hapless, unlucky guy 30. Fatuous 3 i. Supernatural 32. Discharge 37. Monetary unit of Western Samoa 39. Reflexive form of it 40. Make a request for 43. Headdress 46. Discrimination 47. Dravidian people 48. __ and Costcllo 50. Talks 51. Scholem __, Yiddish author 52. A crane 53. Reward 54. Czar 55. Safety' law 56. Notes 57. Salvador .__, Spanish artist 58. Structure 60. Yap 61. Change of position FURNITURE, ANTIQUES, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS. Friday and Saturday March 8 & 9; 7 A.M. - ? 500 Barnes St., Hartford ATTENTIONS: CraR and specialty booth dealers needed at the Flea Barn, Highway 6880, Bowling Green, Ky. Call 991-7300. 3-7 GARAGE SALE: March 7, 8 and 9. 206 Howard Street, fourth house behind MeHenry Baptist Church on the right; follow signs. Rain or shine. Three pair of hunter green, multi-colored double window eur- tains, lots of different items. 3-7 YARD SALE: Thursday and Fri- day, March 7 and 8. 1/2 mile south of Southern School. Clothing, small to plus size and lots more miscella- neous. 3-7 BIG COMbIIYNITY RUMMAGE SALE at Fordsville Fire Depart- ment, Saturday, 7-4. Community Center. 3-7