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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD AND BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY, APRIL 22, 2004, PAGE 3-A r D thunderstorm of 61 degrees; Friday - cloudy and a high of 70 and Saturday - cloudy with a possible $6; Sunday - show- and a high of 73 PRECIP. 0 0 0 0 "0 t 1.3 Judge Renona Browning Martin L. Cooper, theft by deception including cold checks over $300, six months suspended two years, costs. Benjamin Fletcher Coleman, alcohol intoxica- tion in a public place, first and second, costs. Wesley Way Wallace, driving on DUI suspended license first offense, *120 days suspended all but 30 days, no/expired registra- tion plates, costs, sus- pended one year. Ricky W. Bellamy, reck- less driving, costs, failure to wear seat belt, costs. Debra Jane Alexander, theft by unlawful taking/ disp-shoplifting, 90 days, suspended two years, costs. Trenda Kay Heflin, theft by unlawful taking/disp- shoplifting, under $300,09 days, suspended 30 days, costs. Sarah Morgan, theft by deception, including cold checks under $300, 10 days, suspended two years, costs. Judge John M. McCarty Alberto Martines, alcohol intoxication in a public place, first and second, costs. Bryan Bechtel, menacing, defer six months, costs. Kevin M. Chinn, public intoxication controlled sub- stance, costs, possession of marijuana, amended to D.C., 60 days probated two years. Ezuequrel Rangel, alco- hol intoxication in a public place, first and second, costs. Paul L. Tucker, no insur- ance, first offense, costs. Jason D. Peace, theft by unlawful taking/disp shop- lifting under $300, 30 days, probated two years, costs, Denver A. Grigsby, speed- ing 26 MPH over/greater, state traffic school, costs. Gonzales Lusino, alcohol intoxication in a public place, first and second, costs, possession of open alcohol beverage container in a mo- tor vehicle, costs. Vickie Ann Hoops, theft by deception including cold checks under $300,30 days, probated two years, costs. Martin Joseph Ralph, theft by deception including cold checks under $300, 30 days probated two years, costs. Dexter S. Pitts, drinking alcoholic beverage in public place, first and second, costs, resisting arrest, 12 months, assault third de- gree, inmate assault on cor- rections, amend to assault fourth, 12 months, criminal mischief, second degree, 180 days concurrent. Ron Philpot, assault fourth degree, domestic vio- lence, minor injury, 30 days probated two years. with a tem- Thursday by Andy Anderson Cor doing business as: The Ohio County Times-News (USPS 599-500) at the post office in Hartford, address changes to: ANDY ANDERSON CORP. 314 Main St., p.o. Box 226 Hartford, Kentucky 42347 (270) 298-7100 or 298-3338 FAX 1-270-298-9572 P litor @ ADS @ octimesnew ;,com ,Anderson, Publisher , C.M.TJ ge Therapist Images Day Spa lrapS Available- 8od / ,,, Hartford ~ 270-298-g966 Slaw 10 Oz. Choice Center Cut Ribeye With Salad and Baked Potato Fresh Strawberry Pie Daily Farm Boy Restaurant is )amit3 o**ned and has been in business since 1968 607 West G.L. Smith St. Morgantown. KY 42261 (270) 526-4649 J :/ - eaver 3a Spinks Pharmacy Inc. to Kyle C. Abney adn Selena Abney,-Lot 9 Parkview Acres Subdivision. Bank of Ohio County to Portia Aliberti and Stephen Aliberti, Lots 51 and 52 Stewart Acres. First Kentucky Bank Inc. to Jason S. Chinn and Jessika C. Chinn, Lot 128 Unit 1-A Twin City. Ray Chinn and Rachel Chinn to Jeffrey G. Chinn, 77.154 acres. Clifford Butler, Colleen C. Cox and Michael W. Cox to Amanda R. Duke and Tho- mas B. Duke II, Lot 15 Twin Hills Subdivison. Mary E. Finley to Larry Wayne Finley and Patsy Darlene Finley, 5.600 acres Ralph Road. Andy Funk and Helen Funk to Clifton Lake Funk, lots in Wayland Alexander Subdivision. William Dwight Taylor and Joyce Ann Taylor to Donald Wayne Givens and Tiffany Lynn Givens, 2.346 acres. Lucy Davison to Loretta Davison Hayse, lots in East Hartford Addition. John D. Haynes Jr. and Lisa R. Haynes to Jennifer M. Howe and William L. Howe, 1.864 acres. William Dwight Taylor and Joyce Ann Taylor to Kathy Lynn Jones and Will- iam Everett Jones, 7.952 acres. Claude West and Betty West to Karen M. Logsdon and Timothy R. Logsdon, tract in Jarnigan Addition. Stacey K. Miller to David H. Miller, tract. Brian L. Petty, Jennifer Petty and Randy Dean Petty to Bonnie J. Petty, three tracts on Askin Road. Myrtle Hoagland to Ann Sanderfur and T.C. Sanderfur, lot on Apple Al- ley. Andy Funk and Helen Funk to Wanda Sayre, lots in Wayland Alexander Sub- division. e Kimberly Leanne Hayes, 18, Horse Branch and Michael Wayne Smith, 22, Hartford. It's YOUR WHAT ARE YOU WORTH? At4e e a year g time is very appropri --- it' s a good idea to calculate your financial net worth. What do you own?. What do you owe? First. total your assets. In addition to cash, curities and any real estate investments, don't forget the value of excercisable stock options, your IRA, 401(k) or other retirement plans, the cash value of your life insurance policy, annuities, even education savings accounts and 529 college saving plans. Then, add in your personal property: your primary residence, any vacation home, art, collectibles, jewelry, furnishings, cars and such. You may be impressed with the total. Next are the debts, the principal remaining on your mortgage, any home-equity loans, student loans, credit-card balances, any other debts. Subtract the total debt from total assets to determine your current net worth. How are you doing? Compared with last year? A strong net worth starts with savings. Open an account now at Commonwealth Community Bank, Main Street, Hartford, Kentucky, 298-3261. See us s(x)n YOUR HOUSE WITH THE TIMES-NEWS CLASSIFIEDS When it comes to moving real the Classifieds is 0he hot F01mtY! Get tings moving by cal ng us today. CALL 298-7100 . Houses F0r Sale. Aparm. F0r Rent Roommates Wanted. Office Shares N N GREAT WAYS FOR KZDS TO GROW This week's asset i mmun ues Young people are more likely to grow up healthy,, caring and responsible when they perceive that adults in the community value youth. 33% of Ohio County youth have this asset WHAT YOU CAN DO AS A: Young person~ Remember that adults probably value you more than they say - just ask the ones who know you welll Be involved in your community. Show your friends you value them. Parent~ Introduce your child to adults who nurture and believe in young people. Involve your child in family decision making. Talk to your child and his/her friends about what helps them feel valued, and offer that support. Community member~ Provide opportunities for youth to serve and lead. Speak up when you notice a young person who is talented, polite, or generous. Affirm and use the wonderful creativity and skills of youth you know. 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