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TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2002, PAGE 11-'A ti "HEATING FUEL PROVIDERS Subsidy Component of the Home Energy Assis- will be administered by Audubon Area Com- I,c. and will begin operation November 4, 2002 and December 13, 2002. will begin January 6, 2003 and will continue 15, 2003 or until Crisis funds have been expended, mes first, the vendor selection is not based upon a low bid. The is explained in the vendor package of which you must to become a vendor. a set price, per common unit of specified fuels, picked up by clients, and guaranteeing a daily deliv- for Daviess, Hancock, Henderson, McLean, a,d Webster Counties. be received in the Audubon Area Community Ser- Office, 1800 Crest Fourth Street, P.O. Box 20004, 0004. Attention: Marilyn Graves no later than 25, 2002. provide energy sources of coal, wood, LP gas, must contact one of the Audubon Area CSBG Co- information and receive vendor packets. :lor packet you may be eligible for both the Components, however, prior to the Crisis Compo- to furnish an updated price analysis. the vendor in the Subsidy Component will be the re- L Component: a local area fuel price survey for each by HEAP eligible households in the agency's ser- shall measure price relative to quality of fuel, pickup costs. Each agency shall use this price fair reasonable price for each fuel type. use its regular heating fuel vendor if the vendor's exceed the fair price established by the agency for that delivery. ,l=l=pl, Ut. mmJ~ltut, hi~t. ~' 4-1 klu~ Hwll-ll llllll INIwlS-II II~ li& H" 6-10 Wmlill bll-17 r-,' lill i)/,(]GBD LBA'VIR IJmCVl n,a 2N. 2 kpkk ep. He m MqrkekmqV NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING The Pul~ic Service Cornmiss~ of Kentucky will ho~ a hearing o~ October 24, 2002, at 9:00 a.m., Eastern Dayligtl T, rbe, in Room 1 of the Commiss 's of es, Iocata:l at 211 Sower Boolevard in Franklorl, Ken- tucto/, for the p rpose of cross-exarrmng wit- • nesses m C.,ase No, 2002-00224, whk3h is ~ examination of the application of Kentud0/ U$i'~es Company's Fuel,,~j~ Clause from November 1,2001 to April 30, 2002. KENTUCKY UTILmES COMPANY 220 West Main Street Louisville, :i: i:>:> MOVE YOUR HOUSE WITH THE CLASSIFIEDS When tt comes to moving real estate, the Classifieds is one hot propeny? Get things mov- ing by calling us today. Real Estate Classifieds CALL 298-7100 . Houses For Sale. Apartments For Rent • Roommates Wanted • Office Shares Sell It In TIIE Ohio Co. Times-News 314 Main St, Hartford, KY 42347 Located in the Leader-News/ WNES Office Building on Everly Brothers Blvd., Central City. BUSINESS CARDS: Black Ink 250 - $20.00; 500 - $22.00 1,000 - $24.00 (This price is for white cards primed with black Ink only) We can print in any color of ink requested and also use more thin one color per card. Prices ~lry. LETTERHEADS: Black Ink 500 - $27.50; 1,000 - $35.50 EB.YEI,_QEE Black Ink - #10 500 - $27.50; 1,000 - $39.00 Black Ink - #6 3/4 500 - $27.50; 1,000 - $39.00 Black Ink - 8 1/2 X 11 500 - $30.00; 1,000 - $35.50 Black Ink - 11X 17 100 - $38.50; 500 - $55.00 FOR ,#gZ OF PI;WR ,DO r/'lO4t O IMPA/ M 00#7"416" " I/g/ We also print post cards, handbills, posters, newsletters, statements, business forms, wedding programs, church bulletins, NCR forms, etc. SALES REPRESENTATIVES: WAYNE THOMPSON AND ANGEL& WILSON Phone: 270-754-3000 1-800-842-3453 Fax: 270-754-9484 When calling, ask for Sandy Spears to discuss your printing needs• ii1,1,111 i i ill ii iii ii i!J LU U I I I Jl ml~t!llt rlI IIt~ ,~ I I (You will need a mat and a 9 foot rope) Tuesday & Thursday, 6 p.m. 7 p.m. (You will need a mat) * Pre-registration available at Together We Care 298-7775 * Registration will als0 be available before the class on Oct. 15th. • ~ * Classes are being offered through Together We Care Community Education I II I I II I II I II 00000000000000000000000000000000 oOoOoOoOoOo• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • OoOoOo • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o....... --.. - ............ •.... • ........... ••••• • • o ............... ? .* .e .. •o•0 .oe • • .o O Oo O IPO. I)e OOOoo OOOoo eeoc. eeoc. eeoc. OOOOo OOOOO OOOOO OO0o° gige° is pleased to announce the following winners of the Grand Opening prizes. ,OI .oO OO Winner of Bike Freda Willoughby (Child s name unknown) Winner of Remote Control Car Samantha Moore Winner of Bike Vivian Bullock (Children's names unknown) ,egO0 ooOO0 .egO0 ooOO0 ooOOO oooO0 °ooo0 °ooo0 °cooO "°OqbO • " Winner of Winner of Winner of T.V. DVD Player Weber Grill e . Michael Cockrell. . . Sue Hunter " ' Ch s ne Green ,'0 ,~ ~ ~ , g • ..... , • • Oe•e.'e.'e , , e e o o e ; ; ; ; ; ; • • • • • • • • • • • °O °e °e °e OoOoO0OO0 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • o o o o o o o e o o o o o o o o o o o o e o o o o OOOOOOOOOOOO000000OOOOOOOOOOOO0 O