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A14 July 11,2013 THE HART COUNTY NEWS-HERALD I print@jpinews.corn I i, ! ..~,~ By ARLENE on a Vulgate text, written cal instrument. It simply WRIGHT-CORRELL on vellum (prepared calf- is practice, drill and re- skin), in a bold and expert hearse! Once learned one This week's email ques- version of the script known can even earn some money tion asks, "I would like to as "insular majuscule", doing wedding invitations, try my hand at calligraphy Viewing the beauty of this posters, special orders and and I want to know wheth- inspired me to learn howto more and once mastered er or not it is hard to learn, do calligraphy upon return- one can even teach work- Do you have any sugges- ing home. shops as I do. tions?" Since I could not find Calligraphy is not hard any workshops locally, I There is a great personal to learn. However, it takes bought a complete callig- satisfaction in mastering lots and lots of practice, raphy kit at one of the lo- both these techniques and While learning the art of cal arts and crafts store and there is a big revival in calligraphy it is important spent the next year learning learning how to do them. to learn how to do illume- how to do both calligraphy I hope this answers your nated lettering which is a and illuminated lettering, questions and I hope you little harder and requires The initial investment in do take time tO learn this more time, equipment or what I needed was under art form for calligraphy is tools and is slightly more $100.00 in money, but the truly the art of beautiful expensive that just the cost investment in time was 1 writing. of pens and ink that callig- hour a day for a year which May the Creative Force raphy calls for. is a lot of hours, be with you! So the next The last time I was in You can order what youtime you are in our neck Dublin, Ireland I had an need on line or go to your of the woods, stop in for opportunity to visit the old arts and crafts store to get a visit where "Art Only is Library at Trinity College one of these kits. Howev- Spoken Here" and if you and view the book of Kells er, make sure whatever you have aiay questions, just which is a 9th-century buy includes an instruc- email me at askarlene@ gospel manuscript famous tional book and/or a DVD.. scrtc.com or call me at 270 throughout the world. The Learning calligraphy 524 9567 to find out what manuscript contains the and illuminated lettering workshop bargains we four Gospels in Latin based, is akin to learning a muse- have. It HORSE CAVE COUNCIL continued from page A I ing into the cost of having Russell said a continu- FIRE DEPARTMENT KU set a light pole on Dale ing problem is that a num- REPORT: Heights. Jackie Bucking: ber of properties are being Police Chief Donnie ham said he was meeting mowed-for hay. "These are Parker said the department with a contractor for an es- in a residential area where made 42 runs in June for timate for a curb to deflect the code says grass is to a total of 253 so far this water on Church Street. be no taller than. 12 inches, year. They made 31 EMT/ Mayor Randall Curry and clearly for hay, the medical runs, 20 inside the said bid specs for the new grass greatly exceeds that," city limits and 11 outside; fire house will run in this Russell said. Russell will fought two fires, one on week's paper. The specs work with city attorney Pat Deunison Drive in town will run for several weeks Ross on how to reconcile and one on South Jackson before the Council awards haying in residential neigh- Hwy; responded to two abed. borhoods, motor vehicle accidents Finally, Russell said he outside the city; assisted CODE ENFORCEMENT was conducting idspec- the MunfordviUe Fire De- REPORT: , tions at privately owned partment; oversaw a land- City employee . and apartment complexes,ing zone at Caverna Me- Code Enforcement Officer checking for smoke de-modal Hospital; made two Ken Russell presented the tectors, fire extinguishers, service calls to Dart and qouncil witha list of thirty faulty i!g: thrill;Hart odth ; ixoperties in violation of the use ogexi~~,. Care andremove, d lin~.~on city ordinances. Russell garbage and trash, avail- Poteet Road. pointed out the Old Root able utilities, fire hazards, Beer stand on South Dixie etcl Letters were sent to iUIIlIIllAMCE was torn down last week four owners earlier this DEPARTMENT REPORT: and there are problems month concerning health Maintenance Supervi- with acquiring a dumpster and safety violations, sor Jimmy Martin said in to haul off the debris. Rus- June his crew opened two sell said rental property at POLIte REPORT." graves, made 38 service. 107 W Main was recently Police Chief Sean Henry calls, made 7 citizens as- vacated and cannot be in- reported that in June his sist calls, picked Up 12 habited until approved by staff responded to 11 non- dogs, 5 cats and returned the Code Enforcement Of- injury collisions and one 4 animals to their owners. ricer. If work to rehabilitate collision with injury; made. He said the crew cleaned the property is not begun two escorts; answered 5 around:he Thomas House by July 10, the owner will alarms; issued 15 citations and on Smith Street and be issued a citation. Kudzu for speeding, 6 for no in- were working on removing is growing rampantly on surance and 4 for reckless obtrusive limbs in prepara- an open lot bordering Hart/ driving; made two drug tion for school busses be- Fairview and College. The arrests, 10 miscellaneous ing back on the roads soon. owners of the property arrests and four for DUI. Resolutions have been cited for high He said hisdepartmentwas The council approved grass, noxious weeds and responding to complaints several routines resolutions vermin habitat. The $100 about speeding and unsu- concerning their workers' fine will be discharged if pervised children playing compensation and insur- the property is brought into in the street, ance contracts with Ken- compliance by July 15. tucky League of Cities. ll LEADS TO ARREST continued from page A i in a controlled substance, 1st degree, 1st Teske was lodged in the Hart County. offense and possession of a controlled Jail. Bonnieville Volunteer Fire Depart- substance, 1st degree, 1st offense, meth- ment and the Hart County Ambulance Ser- amphetamine., vice also responded to this accident. II INDICTMENTS continued from page A I ISSUED , f accused of writing a check in the amount of $11.24 on the account of Thomas Oiler at Rite Aid Jimmy L Jones, 40,505 Third Street, Cave City, for manufacturing metham- phetamine, first offense and complicity; multiple counts of possession of firearms while committing offenses; possession of precursors with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine and complicity; tam- pering with physical evidence and com- plicity; possession of drug paraphernalia and complicity; possession of marijuana and complicity. James BaUow, no date of birth given, 152 Mud Branch Rd, Munfordville, theft by unlawful taking of playground equip- ment belonging to Wendell Turner hav- ing a value of $10,000 or more. Jeremey D Bush, 33, 84 Edwards Lane, Cave City, for manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense and complicity; multiple counts of posses- sion of firearms while committing of- fenses; possession of precursors with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine and complicity; tampering with physical evidence and complicity; possession of drug paraphernalia and complicity; pos- session of marijuana and complicity. Janice Ballow, not date of birth giv-, en, 152 Mud Branch Road Munfordville theft by unlawful taking of playground equipment belonging to Wendell Turner having a value of $10,000 or more. Zachery T MUby, 18,992 Little Blue Springs Church Road, Horse Cave, for manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense and complicity; multiple counts of possession of firearms while commit- ring offenses; possession of precursors with the intent to manufacture metham- phetamine and complicity; tampering with physical evidence and complicity; possession of drug paraphernalia and complicity; possession of marijuana and complicity. Ramsey Morris, no date of birth given, Hopkinsville, for receiving, retaining or disposing of playground equipment be- longing to Wendell Turner, having a val- ue greater than $10,000 and complicity. Brandy N Thomas, 27, 205 White Street, Cave City, for manufacturing methamphetamine, first offense and complicity; multiple counts of posses- sion of firearms while committing of- fenses; possession of precursors with the intent to manufacture methamphetamine and complicity; tampering with physical evidence and complicitY; possession of -,dr0 pm,a/ l ma, complicity; pos- States brand rear tine tiller belonging to D L Towles having a value of more thah $500 but less than $10,000. Wesley Treymayne Graves, 24, 30i East Washington Street, Glasgow, for fleeing and evading police, first degree; eight counts of: wanton endangerment; receiving, retaining or disposing of a Chevrolet Caprice belonging to Ray- shawn Kirk, with a value greater than $500 but less than $10,000; criminal mis- chief, first degree for damaging property belonging to the Kentucky State Police Post 3 having a value of $1000 or more; no operator's license; failure to wear seatbelt; speeding; reckless driving; fail- ure to properly use turn signal; and for being a persistent felony offender Nathaniel L Thompson, 22,300 Bales Road, Magnolia, for receiving stolen property and complicity. Morgan is ac- cused of receiving, retaining or disposing of a Southern States brand rear tine tiller belonging to D L Towles having a value of more than $500 but less than $10,000. Anthony Brian Whelan, 45, Haft County Jail, for five counts of first degree rape of a vic.tim under 12 years of age; nineteen counts of first degree sodomy of a victim under 12 years of age; eleven counts of first degree sexual abuse of a victim under 12 years of age. The victims include a boy who is now 7 and two girls who are now 8 and 5 years old. Wayne Thomas Kersey, 35, 1325 Taransay Drive, Henderson for flagrant non-support resulting in an arrearage of $21,360; and for being a persistent felo- ny offender. Christina M Whelan, 28, 5868 Cub Run Hwy, Cub Run, for five counts of first degree rape of a victim under 12 years of age; nineteen counts of rirst de- gree sodomy of a victim under 12 years of age; eleven counts of first degree sex- ual abuse of a victim under 12 years of age. Cormon M Huskey, 21, 205 Willis Street Horse Cave, for second degree burglary for unlawfully entering the home of Jennifer Philpott with the intent of taking an air conditioning unit out of a window, climbing through the window to then take a television; and for being a persistent felony offender. Billy Apple, 35, address unknown, sexual abuse first degree and sodomy first degree. Anthony Scott Webb, 50, 2950 Uno Horse Cave Rd, Horse Cave, bail jump- ing, first degree. Robert L Tucker, 48, 3324 North Dixie, ession.o,marijuana and compleX, ...... :Hwy, C iv, for first:degre aS tult Lynn Morris, not date of birth given, for stabbing Jackie Riggs with a knife; Hopkinsville, for receiving, retaining or wanton endangerment, first degree, by disposing of playground equipment be- operating a motor vehicle in a reckless longing to Wendell Turner, having a val- manner; criminal mischief for damag- ue greater than $10,000 and complicity, ing property belonging to Dakota Napper Dakota P Hawkins, 20, 701 Parkerhaving a value greater than $1000. Road, Magnolia, for theft by unlawfully Justin Tucker, 26, 3324 North Dixie taking a 1984 International 684 tractor Hwy, Horse Cave, for first degree assault with Lehr front end loader belonging to for stabbing Jackie Riggs with a knife; Doug Hodges having a value of more wanton endangerment, first degree, by than $500 but less than $10,000.operating a motor vehicle in a reckless David P Hornback, 27, 100 Lawsonmanner; criminal mischief for damag- Blvd, Elizabethtown for first degree rape. ing property belonging to Dakota Napper Cody L Morgan, 20, Hart County having a value greater than $1000. Jail, for receiving stolen property and The indictment of a person by a grand complicity.Morgan is accused of receiv- jury is an accusation only and the person ing, retaining or disposing of a Southern is innocent until and unless proven guilt3,. 1 FREE GED TESTING continoed from page A 1 Interstate Plaza in Munfordville. 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