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RN. Full or Part-Time CNA, LPN- Full Time Competitive New and $1.00 per hour Shift Differential for 11-7 Shift. EXcellent Benefit package. In Person Or Send Resume to: Care Health And Rehab Center Box 125,114 McMurtry Ave. prd, KY 42347 ~ 270-298-7437 Friday 8:00 am - 5:00 pm. EOE at Our poult0, processing to be apart of a team, take on for an industry leader, then We will be accepting applications interviews for quality, high energy first and second shift pro. MediCal Dental Vision 401-K Retirement Account On Site Wellness Center ~e offer competitive base pa~ starting at $7.56 and ~oin~ to ~8.56 after 60 da)s. South, Beaver Dam, Ky. 42320-9473 (270) 274-6000 F-st. ual Employment Opportunity Employer purposes you may choose to identify your race and sex when applying) Republican Candidate th " " HELP WANTED: Printing press operator. Experience necessary. Embry Impressions Printing. 270- 526-5012 TFN SALESPEOPLE NEEDED: Aver- age $3,000 a month, Call 270-338- 2293. TFN AVON- TO BUY OR SELL Entrepreneur Wanted: Must be willing to work whenever you want, be your own boss, and enjoy unlimited earnings. LET'S TALK 274-9820 NEEDED (3) Will train, up to $1,200 part-time a mo. $8,000 a mo. full time. Prerecorded message. 0A/L f'g66"2/'2",t629 fTOLL FREE,/ Sig__.~n Up To Sell & Receive A Free Gifl~ PIANIST WANTED: McHenry Baptist Church is seeking a pianist for full time ser- vice. Must be able to play traditional hymnal and modem contemporary music. Salary is negotiable. For more information, contact Richard Plummer, Music Director, at 270-274- 7797 after 5:00 p.m. weekdays. The salvation Army will be accepting applications for Christmas assistance in Ohio County November 8, 2002 9 am- 12 noon mad IIma- 3 pnt. Please come to The Salvation Army at 101 Midtown Plaza to apply. You will need to bring: Picture ID for you Social Security Cards for everyone else in the household. .,, proof of all 6nbbme and -: --food stamps: Proof of rent and ex- penses Clothing sizes for children 12 and under will have the opportunity to elect the officials of Ohio C0unt 'ihat will serve you I urge you to exercise this right that we have been blessed with as Americans. I(enny and Sharon Autry with Children Kevin, Bobbi, and Todd A LOOK TO THE PAST to serve this nation as a volunteer in the U. S. Army, serving 14 months in serving the public as an Army Reservist for 15 years and an Educator for 31 this time, I have also operated a farm and raised three beautiful cfiildren. Hard and Honesty have been leading values that have guided my life. On November ; the role of public servant by proudly serving you as 5'h District Magistrate. A LOOK TO THE FUTURE and dear to my heart. I feel that I am fortunate to have lived here for so many also see that Ohio County can become much, much more. Ohio County has an of resources to support tremendous economic and cultural growth. I will do every- Ohio County as a home for businesses and industries that offer good preservation. I look forward to talking with you and working together to or Ohio County. FROM HERE TO THERE has budgetary constraints that demand fiscal responsibility. In the short-term, be to perform a needs assessment of the 5 district to identify key deficiencies SUpply. My long-term goals are to continue expansions of water lines and road 1all communities through the use of local funding and state and federal progress for Ohio County. Utilization of our interstates and railroad heritage vital components to reaching a better tomorrow. I hope you )e Sky's the Limit for Ohio County. With your help on November 5'h and the days to get there. - ..... " ...... VEMBER 5 TM FOR YOUR VOTE AND SUPPOIKI No Kenny 10924 US Hwy. 62 E. Horse Branch, Ky 42349 YOUR HOUSE WITH THE CLASSIFIEDS When it comes to moving real estate, the Classifieds is one hot property! Get things mov- ing by calling us today. Real Estate Classif ls CALL 298-7100 i ..s :orSa . Roommates Wanted* Office Shares Sdllt InTHE Ohio Co. Times-News 314 Main St. Hartford, KY 42347 ........... il/l/ ............ Iqll I i/Iqii TIMES-NEWS, HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2002, PAGE 13-A GOT SOME NEWS??? Drop us a line - 314 Main Street, Hartford, KY 42347 I BUY OLD JUNK, stuff in attics and sheds - furniture, fishing tackle, glassware, etc. 298-4136; if no an- swer, leave message. TFN WANTED TO BUY: Direct TV sat- ellite receivers. Call 270-275-4702 after 4 p.m. 10-10 PEACH EMPORIUM now accept- ing consignments on antiques, col- lectibles and houseware. Will be opening the weekend of October 11. I_~cated on the corner of East Union and 231 N. Main in Hartford. I0- i0 A drummer for popular gospel group. Call 298-3744 II I I '/[!1] [11115"1 ~It grin [|'E~rll I I tthtl II Nti;il III]1111 _g= I III |'-- Hwy. 231 Hartford, Kentucky Come help us better serve Ohio County "s auto needs!! No sales experience necessary, we will train, Guarantee $2,000.00 draw per month; real- istic first year income $40,000.00. Ability to sell from all three Moore BENEFITS: Company Car Health Insurance 401K Retirement Account stores. REQUIRMENTS: Hardworking Dependable Honest Come in and see us at Moore Ford Chrysler jwww octimesn0ws comll October 10: The Rosine Area Community Choir will ring at the Rosine United Methodist Church at 7 p.m. October lff. Fort Hartford Muzzleloaders Bingo #0RG-0726 every Thursday night at the Ohio County Park. For more information call 276-5128. October 10: There will be an O.& Young people's meeting at 7 p.m. at the Wayland Early Childhood Center for people with overeating problems. For more information call Sandie 298-9319 or Pam 298-4093. October 10: A.A. meets from 7:30 -8:30 p.m. at St. Francis Community Center in Horse Branch. October 10: River City Singles dance at the Loft, 23 Park Avenue, Madisonville. 7-11:30. Admission charged. October 10: James Huff, a veterans service officer will be at the Senior Citizen Center, Ohio County Park from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. He will assist anyone with filling out claims. This is a free service for all veterans. For information, call 276-3688. October 10: Hartford-Beaver Dam joint planning committee will meet at the Beaver Dam City Building at 6:30 p.m. October lh Bluegrass, country and gospel music at Rosine Barn Jamboree in Rosine from 7:30 p.m.- ? It's free! October 11: Senior Citizens dance for 50 and over at 7 p.m. at the Community Center. October lh Black Mountain Band will play at the Ohio County Park from 7-10 p.m October 11: River City Singles,dance at Holiday Inn, Evansville. 7:30 p.m. - 12 am. October 12: Country Jamboree Band will play for a dance at the Ohio County Park from 7 to 10:30 p.m. Admission will be charged. October 12: A.A. meets from 7 - 8 p.m. at the Community Center in the basement; the multipurpose room. October 12: Horse Branch Masonic Lodge will meet tonight. October 14: Divorce Care divorce recovery seminar and support group meets at Calvary Temple Assembly in Owensboro at 7 p.m. Child care will be provided through fifth grade. Church is located at 800 Chuck Gray Court (Frederica Bypass). For more information, call Baize Christian Family Counseling Services: 270-691-1122. October 14: A.A meeting from 7:30 - 8:30 p.m. at old Wayland School, Together We Care. October 14: River City Singles dance at the Executive Inn in Paducah from 7- llpm. Admission charged. October 14: Fordsville School Site Base Council meets at 4:15 p.m. at the school's media center. October 15: The VFW will have Bingo #ORG.0749 at 7 p. m. at the VFW building. For more information, call 274-7347. October 15: River City Singles dance at the Pub, 1348 Division, Evansville, Indiana. From 7-11. Admission charged. October 15: Weight Watchers will meet at the Render Center (old Wayland school) in Hartford. Weigh-in starts at 5:15 p.m.; meeting at 6 p.m. For more information, call 1-800-651-6000. October 15: There wilt be a dance at Ohio County Park every Tuesday night, except the first Tuesday ofthe month, at 7 pro. Smoke- free. October 15: N.A. meeting, 7- 8 p.m. at the Community Center, in thebasement; the multipurpose room. October 15: Ohio County Hospital Auxiliary will meet at 9:30 a.m at the hospital. October 16: Ohio County Museum is open Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from 1 - 4 pro, It is staffed by volunteers of the Ohio County Historical Society. i I I I II II I 250 Madison St Beaver Dam, KY JIM RAY Owner (270) 274-2400 1209 N. 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