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By Dorothy Gentry we have, on a little of how some once knew known for her Ken- a fast pace were, like to call the when cars too fast past She was going reset the m new "Win- he never because tery day to once said she was refer to some not being "dry they at both who cried be- "cutting their about all the and others reckoned it line" the radio on. Landrum Califor- ra Landrum Arizona fractured Cooked with "a baked cakes that federate ' ttrch one Sun- cars at an in- had a applied jerked "informa- was when came home most sen- us? per- tobe is seldom person course of a boasts ents be bragging The hen that lays the largest ally work together to make a egg, usually does the least cack- better place." ling about it. Attitude does count! About A hypochondriac reports thateverything! her doctor cured her illness with RRR one sentence: "Your insurance It was the end of the day when doesn't cover it." a policeman parked his police It's a pleasure to give advice; van in front of a station. As he humiliating to need it, normal to gathered his equipment, his K- ignore it. 9 partner, Jake, was barking and It may be true that to err is he saw a little boy staring at human, but to remain in error is him. stupid. "Is that a dog you got back Some people continue to there?'he asked. change jobs, mates and friends--- "It sure is!" the policeman re- but never think of changing plied. themselves. Puzzled, the boy looked at him A rose by any other name and then toward the back of the would mean that you are ig- van. Finally he asked, %Vhat'd norant about flowers, he do?" We do more for other people RRR by correcting our own faults than Facts of Life... by trying to correct theirs.Eventually, you will reach a A dyed-in-the-wool patriot is point when you stop lying about one who says he regrets he has your age and start bragging only one income to give to his about it. country. The older we get, the fewer Some people pursue happi- things seem worth waiting in hess--others create it. line for. The man who invented the Some people try to turn back eraser on pencils had the human their odometers. Not me, I want race pretty well sized up. people to know WHY I look this RRR way. I've traveled a long way Attitude and some of the roads weren't The longer I live, the more I paved. realize the impact of attitude on How old would you be if you life. didn't know how old you are? Attitude, to me, is more than When you are dissatisfied facts. It is more important than and would like to go back to the past, than education, than your youth, just think about money, than circumstances, than time! failures, than successes, than You know you are getting old what other people think or say when everything either dries up or do. or leaks. It is more important than ap- One of the many things one pearance, giftedness or skill. It tells you about aging is that it will make or break a company, a is such a nice change from be- church, a home. ing young. The remarkable thing is we Yeah, being young is beau- have a choice every day regard- tiful...but being old is com- ing the attitude we will embrace fortable. for that day. One must wait until evening We cannot change our past, to see how splendid the day has we cannot change the fact that been. people will act in a certain way. Old age is when former class- We cannot change the inevitable, mates areg6 gray and wrinkled only thing we do is or bald they don't recognize you. play bn the string we have, and If you dbn't learn to laUgh at that is our attitude. ouble, you won t have any- I am convinced that life is tew thing to laugh at when you are percent what happens to me and ninety percent how I react to it. And so it is with you. We are in charge of our attitudes. Which reminds me of an inci- dent we heard about in which a family in a moving van stopped at a service station and said to the attendant: "I'm sure glad to get out of this town. The most irresponsible, unfriendly hick town we have ever lived in. Later, another family in a moving van stopped at the same station and said to the atten- dant: "We really do hate to move away...the people are so friendly, caring, and the townspeople re- old. RRR In a Sunday school class, the teacher was explaining that God created everything, includ- ing human beings. Little Johnny, a child in the class, seemed especially intent when the teacher was telling them how Eve was created out of one of Adam's ribs. Later in the week, his mother noticed him lying down as though he was ill and asked, "Johnny what is the matter? Little Johnny responded, "I have a pain in my side. I think I'm going tg-have a wife!" at country at Cliff's Barber Shop by his customers at yard sales widely- and bazaars. in "Sky Walker has been to Cliff's Barber Shop a number of of Uni- times while in the area selling advertising, and a number of With a smallcoaches and U.K players have bought at visited his shop, not necessarily 22 years for a haircut, but to see the nice collection and leave their auto- began to graphs on the walls of the shop, have including Joe B. Hail, former patrons, coach. Page Right: A trophy case with bas- Calendar andketballs, caps, a clock and other it to him. collections help make a visit for a haircut much more interesting. . Cups, one for him by Billy nice picture aul Smith, Hawkins, "Sky" l ckRobey B. Hart. clocks, pic- souve- a U.K. bottle, a l sented the that reads: Say your you and ,Wild- aU.K bird- i found New Patients 0 0 0 0 0 i 00 0 0 0 Located at 312C Main Street, Hartford, Ky o O Call today for an appointment o 0 TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2002, PAGE 5-A 2000 Ford Windstar LX 2001 Ford Taurus SE lull power. 4 doors, quad full p~er, extra clean, seats, rear a/c & only 19,O00 miles $13,900 $13,900 Cash/Trade -$2,000 Cash/Trade -$2.000 Match - $2,000 Match - $2,000 9199 Mo.99,900 9199 Mo.$9,900 2001 Pontiac Sunfire .1996 Mercury Villager GS seat, pw, pl, tilt. auto. air, CD cruise, ~assette. 69k 89.900 miles $6.995 Cash/Trade -$2.000 Cash/Trade -$2.000 Match -$2,000 Match -$2,000 $5,900 $2,995 1999 Ford Escort ZX2 auto. air. lul}power, and a moot} roof Ford Ranger auto, ate, CD. sport pkg, 33K miles $9.900 $9.900 Cash/Trade -$2,000 Cash/Trade -$2,000 Match -$2.000 Match -$2.000 $5,900 $5,900 2001 Chevrolet Malibu Auto, Silver. 6 Cyl. 3, I. 4 Dr Sedan $I 1.900 Cash/Trade - $2,000 Match -$2,000 $159 too. $7,900 Ford Taurus SE leather, moon roof, anti mort: $10,900 Cash/Trade -$2, OOO Match -$2,OOO $6,900 2000 chevy S-I0 Super Cab LS auto, air, and much more $I 1.900 Cash/Trade -$2,000 Match -$2.000 $7,900 2001 Chevy S-I0 Ext Cab 4x4, Auto, Blue, 6 Cyl. 4.3, Club Cab Pickup $18,900 Ca~/Tmde -$2,000 Match -$2,000 1999 Mercury Cougar Sporty, sharp, & low miles $12.900 Cash/Trade - $2.000 Match -$2.000 $8,900 Mercury Mountaineer AWl) V-8, pwr ~at, pw. pl, leather, sun- roof. CD$16,900 Cash/Trade - $2, OOO Match -$2.OOO $12,900 2001 Dodge Gr. Caravan Automallc. silver. V-6. 33. Mini Van .... .... $15,900 Cash~Trade -$2,000 Match -$2.000 $239 mo. $11,900 2001 Nissan Maxima Automatic, gold~ 6 cyl., 3.0, 4 door sedan -; ~ ...... 17,900 C~/Trad -~2.000 Match -82,000 2001 D5408 Pontiac Grand Am Automatic. red, 4 ~er. 2.4.4 door. $12,900 Cash/Trade -$2,000 Match -$2.000 $1799 mo. D5342 SC, 4x2 Automatic with overdrive, beige. V-6. 4.2, supercab pickup 816,900 Cash/Trade -$2,000 Match -82.000 D5407 Automatic with overdrive, tan. 6 eyl., 3. i, 4 door, sedan $13,900 -$2,000 Match -02 000 ;199 too. 1999 D5414 Dodge 4 Door sedan. automatic. V-6. PW. PL tilt, cruise $9,900 /Trade -$2,OOO Match -$2,000 9119 mo. $5,900 Automatic. white. 4 1. DOHC. 2.2, door sedan $16.900 Cash/Trade -$2,000 Match -$2,000 mo. $12, E 4x4, XLT. 4 door, AC, automatic, V-6, tilt, cTuise, PW, PL $17,900 Cashffr~e -$2.000 Match -$2,000 $279 mo. $13,900 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 lull power and extra clean $16.900 Cash/Trade -$2.000 Match -$2.000 $12,900 2001 Chevy Monte Carlo full power, CD. remainder of factory warranty $14,900 Cash~Trade -$2,000 Match -$2,000 $219 mo. $10,900 1999 Ford F-150 XLT Super Cab auto. full power $16.900 Cash/Trade -$2.000 Match -$2,000 $12,900 ' Auto, White. 4 Cyl. 2.2, 4 Dr Sedan $9.900 Cash/Trade -82,000 Match -$2,000 $119 mo. 95,900 All prices are on actual cash of trade-in. Payments based on 60 months at 7.75% APR WAC. Tax, Title, Fees Not Included. 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