Friday, September 30, 2016

CLASSIFIEDS >> 093016

ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE COMBAT AIRLIFTER CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT will take ads by phone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 982-9421, or you may mail your ad to 404 Graham Rd., Jacksonville, Ark. 72078. You may also e-mail them to combatairlifterclassifieds@arkansasleader.com Deadline to advertise in Friday’s issue is 5 p.m. Tuesday.

DREAMWEAVERS Outlet –  Back by popular demand! Open Oct. 14th - 15th, Fri 8am - 5pm, Sat 7am-1pm, Rugs • Pillows • Throws.  “All Items Priced Below Wholesale” 1200 S. Spring St., Little Rock (at Warehouse across from old location), (501) 371-0447.**

HOME IMPROVEMENTS UP TO $25,000 per household with Government Money set aside for these improvements! WANTED 10 Homes needing METAL ROOFS, SIDING OR WINDOWS! Save Hundreds of $$$$!!!! *Free Estimate. Payments $59/Mo. No money down. Senior and Military discounts 866-668-8681*wac.**

BE HOME INSPECTOR IN 30 DAYS OR LESS  - Class starts soon! We offer: Home & Commercial Inspection Training, & Continuing Ed  Inspection classes. For details, info: Call 501-796-3627 or email abc@tcworks.net for details or visit:, www.abchii.com.**


HELP WANTED

FUN WORK. Great Pay. Start Now! Not too good to be true. We have fun! We work! We get paid weekly & we only promote from within. Must be 18 or older & able to work full-time. $350/week to start. Sign-on bonus for those selected this week. If you are in need of work or tired of your current job, Call today! (501) 605-1377.

ARMED & UNARMED SECURITY OFFICERS –Little Rock/Jacksonville, Required: at least 21 yrs old, No Past Felony Charges, no Class A misdemeanor, Reliable communication & transportation, HSD/GED. MUST work flexible shifts and Weekends, be able to obtain AR State Commission Card.  MUST have Military or 2 years of Law enforcement experience for ARMED position. Salary Range $9 -$10/hr. APPLY ONLINE: www.SecuritasJobs.com, Call: 501-221-1011 for interview time. Or Apply in person: 200 W. Capitol Ave. Suite 1620, LR, AR Securitas Security Services USA is an EOE Minorities/Females/Veterans/Disabilities.**

NOW HIRING! Maintenance Mechanics, Industrial/Automotive Painter, Hotel Housekeepers, Order Selectors  (1st and 2nd shifts) Injection Molding Machine Operators, Fork Lift Operators/Stand Up or Cherry Pickers Shipping Clerk with UPS & FedEx Experience, MIG Welders, Energy Retrofitter, Property Maintenance with HVAC Experience, Interested? Apply online @ CSSAR.COM, 501-801-8061. Career Staffing Services..**

CERTIFIED DIESEL MECHANIC – TRUCK repair/maintenance, run diagnostics on vehicle & work closely w/team to meet deadlines. Perform minor and major repairs on trucks and trailers, conduct regular preventative maint. on service trucks including inspection, tire rotation. Requ. 2 yrs. exp.  able to lift 100 lbs. Must be able to pass a drug screen and background check. ASE Diesel Certification is preferred and candidate must own their own tools such as a multimeter, sockets and ratchets. This is a temp to hire position with a company that offers great benefits and a great work environment! Apply online @ CSSAR.COM or in person at 9212 Maumelle Blvd., North Little Rock, AR 72118 M-F between 8:30 & 3:30.**

We’re looking for a few good drivers. Join Our Team! $5000 Sign on bonus. Drivers are home every weekend. Great benefits, paid holidays & miles. New equipment. Dry vans. Local family owned & operated. Must be 23 years of age and have a valid class A Commercial Drivers License. 2 years over the road experience is a must. With You for the Long Haul. ThompsonTrans.net or call (501) 228-8800.**

25 DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW - at Steven's Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! EARN $900 PER WEEK! PAID CDL TRAINING! All costs covered! 1-877-649-3153. Drive4Stevens.com.**


AUCTIONS

FARM & CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Auction - Thurs. - Fri, Oct. 13-14 • 9AM, 2408 Hwy 64 West Wynne, AR 72396. Live Online bidding @proxibid.com Details: www.witcherauctions.com , 870-238-1400 AALB#’s 2100, 2101, 10% BP on first $2500 ea. item sold, $250 max BP per item.**


YARD SALES

MOVING SALE, 9/30 & 10/1, 6:30 am-? 102 Essex, Jax. Furniture, tools, clothes, household, etc.

YARD SALE, 9/30 & 10/1, 8 am-? 734 New Country Rd., Cabot. Glassware, kitchen appliances, power tools, pictures & frames, women’s clothing, furniture & lots more.


HORSES

HORSES: LUCKY Acres Boarding Stable, TLC for your horse, box stalls and paddocks, clean pastures, indoor and outdoor arenas, riding instruction and training program. Dressage our specialty. (501) 988-2458.


ANIMALS

44 FARMS BULLS FOR SALE AT ROSEBUD FEEDERS ROSEBUD ARKANSAS. Good selection, top quality, ready for service. Call Keith Cagle 501-940-0299.**


ITEMS FOR SALE

ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLE fishing gear, 1950s wood fishing lures, tackle boxes, plastic worms & more, $600 obo. (501) 351-6010.


FURNITURE

CHARLOTTE BUFFET hutch, dark oak, lighted top, leaded glass, felt-lined drawers, 58” wide x  17.5” d x 78” tall, $450. 860-1848, Bryant.


HOUSES FOR RENT

COZY, one room studio apartments in Jacksonville. Wood burning fireplace, includes Murphy bed & appliance filled kitchen. Starting at $325 plus utilities, deposit $200.  No children or pets. Camp Construction, (501) 982-0434.

2 BEDROOM, 1 bath, central heat & air, stove furnished. No pets, $450 month, $300 deposit. (501) 944-1905.

NEWLY REMODELED house for rent or sale, 1,750 sq. ft., 3 bedroom, 2 bath, office, den, living room, fireplace, atrium/bonus room, 2-car garage, school bus stop, 5 miles to back gate of base, near Kellogg Valley area, nice place for your kids. No pets, $800 month, references required. Call (501) 400-4727 or (501) 864-9954.


HOUSES FOR SALE

NLR, 6324 Allwood - Good neighborhood. This 2-story house has 2 living levels, complete with kitchens on both levels. Separate entry doors for each level. Each level has 2 bedrooms, bath, living room and kitchen. Downstairs has new carpet/vinyl/paint, and new windows for entire house, $169,900. (501) 831-0602.


MOBILE HOMES

Move in ready mobile homes. Owner financing on select homes with approved credit. No rent option, but buying could be cheaper than rent! 501-588-3300.**


New Single Wides.  $22,315 delivered! call 501-653-3202 before they are gone!**

TOP STORY >> Captain replaced old fitness habit with Vital 90

By Jeffrey Vaughn
19th Medical Group Health and Wellness Flight Chief

Retired U.S. Air Force Capt. Kristen Morris has truly overcome the odds. At age 25, she underwent a total hip replacement due to arthritis which destroyed her hip joint. However, she didn’t let that stop her. Once cleared to begin exercising again, Morris dove head first into Vital 90 and rebuilt her hip, body and health – but she didn’t stop there. Morris went a step further and started coaching Vital 90 classes. 

What was the turning point that made you take control of your health?

The turning point that caused me to take charge of my own wellness was when I learned I would be having a full hip replacement at 25. The arthritis was due to several factors, including a previous hip reconstruction, a lifetime of playing high-impact sports, a lack of cartilage in my hip and minor hip dysplasia. My surgeon told me time and time again that if I wanted to be able to function without pain, I would need to take very good care of my new hip post replacement. At around three months post-surgery, I met some incredible people at the Little Rock Air Force Base Fitness Center who supported me. Even though I had a lot of mobility restrictions, I began attending Vital 90 classes and started getting back in shape. I committed myself to a healthy lifestyle and haven’t looked back. 

Tell us about some of the physical obstacles you overcame before you could become a pilot?

I have been in good shape and healthy most of my life because I was always involved in sports. I’ve had several big challenges along the way, and things definitely haven’t always been easy. When I was in college playing Division I soccer, I had both hips reconstructed because my hip joints were slowly slipping out of their sockets. Dealing with that recovery was extremely difficult. I had to motivate myself to go to the gym and to eat healthy, even though I didn’t always feel like it. My goal was to be a pilot. In order to pass my physical, I needed to do some serious work to get my body into shape with my newly reconstructed hips. I didn’t let this significant setback prevent me from reaching my goal. Many people wrote me off, saying I would never be approved to be a pilot. Well, after a year and a half of hard work, I proved them wrong and received my pilot slot. Roughly six years later, one of my hips began giving out and I needed it completely replaced. The Vital 90 class – specifically the expertise of the coaches – really helped me come back after this tough surgery. Their knowledge, dedication and willingness to help me really made a big difference. Since I was no longer allowed to participate in high-impact activities the Vital 90 instructors modified all the workouts so I could still participate, even with my significant limitations. 

As a result of your hip problems, what are some of the most significant changes you’ve made to your fitness routine?

The biggest change I made to my fitness routine was learning how to modify exercises. Since I needed to eliminate any high-impact activities, I had to find a way to stay in shape and get a workout without causing further pain and injury to my body. Every exercise has a modification, and once you learn what body part an exercise is supposed to work, you come up with alternatives that still work that particular body part.

What is the most important fitness lesson you’ve learned so far?

The most important fitness lesson is also an important life lesson. I’ve learned I can do anything I set my mind to. Getting in shape doesn’t happen overnight. It’s a lot of work, but don’t give up! Don’t let the distractions distract you.

Which is most important when tackling fitness, the physical or mental battle?

Personally, I think it’s all a mental battle. Our bodies are far more capable than we know. They are only limited by our minds. It’s that decision to go to the gym or not; to push yourself hard or to lackadaisically go through your workout; to make the healthy snack choice or pick the cupcake because it’s sitting there. It all boils down to mental fortitude. If you aren’t mentally strong today, keep working at it and you will get there!

Do you have a favorite training method?

My favorite training method is HIIT, or (High Intensity Interval Training. I like it for two primary reasons: 1. It’s constantly varied therefore always interesting. I never find myself getting bored. 

2. Every workout is a competition against myself. I am always pushing myself to be better than I was before.

Do you have a diet strategy? Explain?

My diet strategy is very simple: if I can kill it or grow it, then I will eat it. I have a big sweet tooth so I keep that in check by letting myself occasionally have treats and in small portions.

What is the most significant thing you’ve changed about your diet?

The most significant change I have made to my diet is being mindful of what I’m eating. I make sure I am eating because I am hungry, not bored. When I eat, I focus on how good my food is rather than eating it so fast that I barely taste it.

What advice do you have for Airmen (or dependents) who are struggling with their fitness assessment and weight?

My advice is to start today. Don’t wait until tomorrow or next week. Decide to start making healthier choices right now. Take it one decision at a time, and when you make a few poor decisions – because you will – don’t let it start a downward spiral. Instead, make that next decision a healthy one. Nobody is perfect.

What is your favorite part about coaching Vital 90?

I enjoy coaching Vital 90 because I love making a difference in people’s lives. Through Vital 90 I can help people achieve their fitness goals. I love interacting with everyone that comes to class because it’s a very lively atmosphere with a bunch of fun individuals. Vital 90 is a fitness class designed to help people get into better shape regardless of where they are today. To me, it doesn’t get any better than that!

If you are interested in Vital 90, contact the HAWC at 501- 987-7288 or the Fitness Center at 501-987-3283. 

TOP STORY >> Little Rock takes reins in JOAX

By Senior Airman Mercedes Taylor
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Little Rock Air Force Base partnered with the 82nd Airborne Division for a Joint Operational Access Exercise Sept. 27 through Oct. 3 at Pope Army Airfield, North Carolina. 

Although much of the focus of the joint exercise was on the multiple jumps and follow-on ground operations, the main objective is to validate the 82nd AD’s ability to conduct a joint forcible entry which is a real-world response of inserting an airborne task force brigade or larger unit into an area and be used as defense for the United States.

During the first week, the 41st and 61st Airlift Squadrons, the 62nd Airlift Wing flew together in an eight-ship formation of five C-130J Hercules and three C-17 Globemaster IIIs. During these formation flights, members of 82nd AD will conduct multiple proficiency jumps. 

The 317th Airlift Group from Dyess Air Force Base, Texas, will join the last night of the exercise and contribute a C-130 to create a nine-ship formation. Together, the aircraft will insert 627 paratroopers and their equipment over Alexandria, Louisiana, for follow-on ground operations maneuvers and training.  

The complexity of this exercise allows members from the 19th AW the opportunity to practice coordinating air operations and conduct airdrop training. 

“The experience we get participating in the JOAX is invaluable,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. Ryan Wells, lead Air Force JOAX coordinator. “It gives us the opportunity to further hone our mission planning skills, our communication skills with the Army and our airlift skills.”

Maintainers from the 19th Maintenance Group played a vital role in the JOAX as they were able to fix, maintain and prepare aircraft to successfully launch and conduct air operations. In addition to providing this essential maintenance for the fleet, approximately 40 aircraft maintainers also received valuable training.

“Being involved in JOAX and other exercises like this allows our maintainers more chances to prepare for deployment taskings while maintaining personnel readiness,” said U.S. Air Force Capt. Scott Yancey, 19th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron maintenance operations officer. “It’s always better when we’re on the road and having to put our training into realistic practice as opposed to continually training to one standard while at home station.”

Exercises such as JOAX allow the two 19th AW flying squadrons to plan and coordinate air operations support for complex joint endeavors, which both strengthens the relations between the Air Force and Army as well as creates a larger knowledge base in order to quickly and concisely react to real-world threats.  

“This is something we don’t get to practice very often, especially the interoperability between us and the Army,” Wells said. “The more we practice, the more experience we have to ensure we’re conducting exercises as efficiently as possible for a higher success rate. For real-world responses, we have zero room for error.” 

Friday, September 23, 2016

CLASSIFIEDS >> 092316

ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE COMBAT AIRLIFTER CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT will take ads by phone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 982-9421, or you may mail your ad to 404 Graham Rd., Jacksonville, Ark. 72078. You may also e-mail them to combatairlifterclassifieds@arkansasleader.com Deadline to advertise in Fridays issue is 5 p.m. Tuesday.


SERVICES

DIVORCE WITH OR WITHOUT children $125.00. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. 1-888-733-7165, call us toll FREE 24/7.**


HELP WANTED

FUN WORK. Great Pay. Start Now! Not too good to be true. We have fun! We work! We get paid weekly & we only promote from within. Must be 18 or older & able to work full-time. $350/week to start. Sign-on bonus for those selected this week. If you are in need of work or tired of your current job, Call today! (501) 605-1377.

EARN $500 A DAY: Lincoln Heritage Life Insurance Wants Insurance Agents Ñ Leads, No Cold Calls Ñ Commissions Paid Daily Ñ Agency Training Ñ Life License Required. Call 1-888-713-6020.**

CDL Flatbed Drivers Needed $600.00 Sign on Bonus. Great pay, Health Ins, Retirement Plan, Vacation, Holiday Pay, Home Weekly, 90% No-Tarp, Uniforms and Jackets Provided. Earn $45,000.00 to $60,000.00 Yr. Call Chuck or Jeremy 501-945-1433. Apply in person: 5007 E. Broadway, NLR.**
Were Looking for a few good drivers. Join Our Team! $5000 Sign on bonus.Drivers are home every weekend. Great benefits, paid holidays & miles. New equipment. Dry vans. Local family owned & operated. Must be 23 years of age and have a valid class A Commercial Drivers License. 2 years over the road experience is a must. With You for the Long Haul. ThompsonTrans.net or call(501) 228-8800.**
25 DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW- at Steven's Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! EARN $900 PER WEEK! PAID CDL TRAINING! All costs covered!1-877-649-3153. Drive4Stevens.com.**


AUCTION

FARM & CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Auction - Thurs. - Fri, Oct. 13-14 Ñ 9AM, 2408 Hwy 64 West Wynne, AR 72396. Equipment to sell at this auction? Ad Deadline: Wed. Sept. 28th . Live Online bidding @proxibid.com Details: www.witcherauctions.com , 870-238-1400 AALB#s 2100, 2101, 10% BP on first $2500 ea. item sold, $250 max BP per item.**

FARM & RANCH OPEN CONSIGNMENT AUCTION - Sat.  Sept 24  @ 8:30 A.M. - 1401 Hwy 5, Romance, AR. JD Tractors/Backhoe, Farm implements, Field Equip.,Trucks,  Trailers, Horse Trailer w/living quarters, and much more. 10% Buyers premium up to $2500. Go to: www.nealdavisauctioneers.com or auctionzip.com ID 19078  for listing and pictures. Neal Davis, Broker/Auctioneer AALB #1, 501-940-2138 or  Jason Davis, AALB #1202 at  501-454-3382.**


YARD SALES

Moving to Japan!! Garage sale 9/24, 8 am-2 pm, 94 Missouri Cir., LRAFB. Large Variety of items and everything must go!


HORSES

HORSES: LUCKY Acres Boarding Stable, TLC for your horse, box stalls and paddocks, clean pastures, indoor and outdoor arenas, riding instruction and training program. Dressage our specialty. (501) 988-2458.


ITEMS FOR SALE

ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLE fishing gear, 1950s wood fishing lures, tackle boxes, plastic worms & more, $600 obo. (501) 351-6010.

HOME IMPROVEMENTS UP TO $25,000 per household with Government Money set aside for these improvements! WANTED 10 Homesneeding METAL ROOFS, SIDING OR WINDOWS! Save Hundreds of $$$$!!!!*Free Estimate. Payments $59/Mo. No money down. Senior and Military discounts866-668-8681*wac.**

Panther Creek Carports 10x 20x7 Factory direct, $598.  Offer good through Sept. 30. Call 1-501-835-7222 OD Funk Manufacturing Inc. Sherwood, AR | Since 1976 Rated for 90 mph winds & 20 lbs snow loads.**


FURNITURE

CHARLOTTE BUFFET hutch, dark oak, lighted top, leaded glass, felt-lined drawers, 58 wide x  17.5 d x 78 tall, $450. 860-1848, Bryant.


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY

30x50 WORKSHOP for rent in Jacksonville, $250 per month. Call Ron, (501) 982-6555.


HOUSES FOR RENT

COZY, one room studio apartments in Jacksonville. Wood burning fireplace, includes Murphy bed & appliance filled kitchen. Starting at $325 plus utilities, deposit $200.  No children or pets. Camp Construction, (501) 982-0434.

Lease Specials for New Move-Ins! Rent a three bedroom and take $500 off the first months rent. Little Rock Family Housing, 101 Arkansas Blvd., Jacksonville, AR 72076.littlerock-family-housing.com. Make your reservation!501-983-9044. All specials available for new move-ins in select units for 12-month lease and will be given on approved credit or HMO referral. Excludes move-overs and those already assigned a home.**


HOUSES FOR SALE

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath brick, 1,825 sq. ft. Large lot, large double gate, concrete slab for RV/boat. Vilonia schools, 4 miles to Conway, 20 minutes to LRAFB, $155,000. (501) 504-6643.


Mobile Homes

USED MOBILE HOME for Sale - $13,300. Call 501-653-3202.**


Repossessed mobile homes.Move in ready. No rent option, but buying could be cheaper than rent! Owner financing on select homes with approved credit.501-588-3300.**

TOP STORY >> Implementing supplement safety

By Senior Airman Mercedes Taylor
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

With the demands of a busy lifestyle, there are times when proper nutrition is unintentionally neglected. 

Service members at times choose to replace poor dietary habits or increase an already healthy lifestyle with supplements. Though supplements are legal, service members should educate themselves on which are and are not approved. 

“Supplements aren’t food and they’re not drugs, so this is a gray area,” said Jill Hinsley, 19th Aerospace Medicine Squadron registered dietician. “Since the Food and Drug Administration doesn’t regulate supplements, the responsibility falls on the consumer to determine whether it is safe for use.”

The DOD does not maintain a list of dietary supplements or supplement ingredients that are banned. If the FDA or the Drug Enforcement Administration hasn’t declared an ingredient or dietary supplement product illegal, then the DOD does not consider it to be illegal. 

Luckily, there is an initiative in place to aid with making an informed decision about choosing a supplement. 

“Operation Supplement Safety is a joint initiative with the Human Performance Resource Center and DOD to provide U.S. service members with supplement safety information,” Hinsley said.

Although there isn’t an official list of banned supplements, below is a list of substances service members cannot legally consume.

Anything on the DEA’s controlled substance list such as amphetamines or anabolic steroids,

• Any substance the FDA has declared illegal for use in dietary supplements such as ephedrine alkaloids, DMAA, DMBA and BMPEA,

• Any prescription drug without a current prescription, and

• Salvia divinorum

For Airmen looking to add supplements to their diet, it’s highly recommended to conduct research. 

“People have to do their research since the industry is so loosely regulated,” Hinsley said. “Especially, if they’re entertaining using some of the higher risk supplements.”

To learn more about supplements, visit www.hprc-online.org/dietary-supplements/opss.

TOP STORY >> Dorm Airmen learn way around kitchen

By Airman Grace Nichols
19th Airlift Wing Public Affairs

Team Little Rock Airmen who live in the dormitories gathered together to learn the fundamentals of cooking during a unique class held Sept. 14 at the Crossroads Café on Little Rock Air Force Base. 

The dorm council is an organization made for Airmen to address their concerns and ideas on improving dormitory quality of life. 

“The purpose of the class is to provide our Airmen an opportunity to grow and give them the knowledge on how to prepare meals in the future,” said U.S. Air Force Master Sgt. Noah Villanueva, 19th Force Support Squadron dormitory management superintendent. 

The brainchild of Villanueva and the dorm council was taught by Jill Hinsley, a 19th Medical Group dietician. 

Before the cooking began, Hinsley briefed the Airmen on food care and rules to follow in the kitchen. She also stressed the importance of hygiene when preparing a meal. 

“We can make all this great food but if you get somebody sick, it’s not going to be fun,” Hinsley said. 

Airmen were given the opportunity to participate in cooking meals – all of which were made in a microwave. Dishes included chili, an omelet and steamed broccoli. 

“The cooking class is a great example of Airmen expressing their interests and desires to dorm leadership and actions being taken to implement their ideas in a fun and educational way,” said U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Bryce Baker, 19th Operation Support Squadron air traffic controller. 

The knowledge Airmen learned in the class can be applied to both easy meals and healthy choices. 

“A plate full of colorful vegetables and fruit including about a palm-sized portion of quality protein every meal is one of the keys to good nutrition,” Hinsley said. 

“It feels good to know that there are people who care about your health,” said U.S. Air Force Airman 1st Class Joseph Harris, 19th Logistics Readiness Squadron vehicle maintenance apprentice. “I can honestly say I learned more today about cooking than I have throughout my life.”

Airmen interested in joining the dorm council may attend any of the monthly meetings; the dates are sent out in a monthly email. 

For more information about nutrition and health, contact Jill Hinsley at 501-987-7288.

Friday, September 16, 2016

CLASSIFIEDS >> 091616

ANNOUNCEMENTS

THE COMBAT AIRLIFTER CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT will take ads by phone from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday 982-9421, or you may mail your ad to 404 Graham Rd., Jacksonville, Ark. 72078. You may also e-mail them to combatairlifterclassifieds@arkansasleader.com Deadline to advertise in Friday’s issue is 5 p.m. Tuesday.

POVERTY & OPPORTUNITY - 2016 Low Income Advocates - Leadership & Community Development Conference. Sept. 22, Doubletree Hotel, Little Rock. Strategies for Reducing Poverty and Increasing Economic Well-being of AR. $99 Registration fee.  Deadline to register, Sept. 16. Some Registration Scholarships avail. For more info, contact rfreeman@cadc.com. Presented by CADC and Entergy Ar. Inc.**


SERVICES

DIVORCE WITH OR WITHOUT children $125. Includes name change and property settlement agreement. SAVE hundreds. Fast and easy. 1-888-733-7165, call us toll FREE 24/7.**


HELP WANTED

LOCAL DISTRIBUTION Center looking for 10-15 people to set up and display in customer service, 2nd shift. No experience, $725 week, weekly pay. Call for interview at (501) 605-1851.

MANAGERS FOOD/RETAIL: Federal employment opportunity including benefits! Must have 3 years food/retail management experience & be willing to relocate. Apply at canteenrecruiter@gmail.com.

ATTENTION Allied Government Solutions - General Clerks Wanted: AGS is hiring for full time 1st & 2nd shift positions at the Arkansas Passport Center in Hot Springs. • Starting wage up to $11.90/hr • Employer-Paid Benefits Package • U.S. Citizenship & HS Degree Required • Ability to pass government-required credit check & security clearance. Email resume to: Jobs-AR@alliedgov.com or fax resume to 603-772-1930.**

DRIVERS. Join Our Team! $5000 Sign on bonus. Drivers are home every weekend. Great benefits, paid holidays & miles. New equipment. Dry vans. Local family owned & operated. Must be 23 years of age and have a valid class A Commercial Drivers License. 2 years over the road experience is a must. With You for the Long Haul. ThompsonTrans.net or call (501) 228-8800.**

CDL Flatbed Drivers Needed $600.00 Sign on Bonus. Great pay, Health Ins, Retirement Plan, Vacation, Holiday Pay,
Home Weekly, 90% No-Tarp, Uniforms and Jackets Provided. Earn $45,000.00 to $60,000.00 Yr. Call Chuck or Jeremy 501-945-1433. Apply in person: 5007 E. Broadway, NLR.**

25 DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED NOW - at Steven's Transport! NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED! EARN $900 PER WEEK! PAID CDL TRAINING! All costs covered! 1-877-649-3153. Drive4Stevens.com.**


AUCTIONS

FARM & RANCH OPEN CONSIGNMENT AUCTION - Sat.  Sept 24  @ 8:30 A.M. - 1401 Hwy 5, Romance, AR. JD Tractors/Backhoe, Farm implements, Field Equip.,Trucks,  Trailers, Horse Trailer w/living quarters, and much more. 10% Buyer’s premium up to $2500. Go to: www.nealdavisauctioneers.com or auctionzip.com ID 19078  for listing and pictures. Neal Davis, Broker/Auctioneer AALB #1, 501-940-2138 or  Jason Davis, AALB #1202 at  501-454-3382.**

FARM & CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT Auction - Thurs. - Fri, Oct. 13-14 • 9AM, 2408 Hwy 64 West Wynne, AR 72396. Equipment to sell at this auction? Ad Deadline: Wed. Sept. 28th . Live Online bidding @proxibid.com Details: www.witcherauctions.com , 870-238-1400 AALB#’s 2100, 2101, 10% BP on first $2500 ea. item sold, $250 max BP per item.**


HORSES

HORSES: LUCKY Acres Boarding Stable, TLC for your horse, box stalls and paddocks, clean pastures, indoor and outdoor arenas, riding instruction and training program. Dressage our specialty. (501) 988-2458.


PETS

MALE MT. Cur/Catahoula mix dog, 1 yr. old, includes dog house, neutered, loves kids. (501) 993-1595, Vilonia, leave msg.


ITEMS FOR SALE

FREE FIREWOOD, several cords, Macon area, huge oak on ground, cut to firewood length, bring log splitter & help. 804-1616, Jack.

ANTIQUE COLLECTIBLE fishing gear, 1950s wood fishing lures, tackle boxes, plastic worms & more, $600 obo. (501) 351-6010.

HOME IMPROVEMENTS UP TO $25,000 per household with Government Money set aside for these improvements! WANTED 10 Homes needing METAL ROOFS, SIDING OR WINDOWS! Save Hundreds of $$$$!!!! *Free Estimate. Payments $59/Mo. No money down. Senior and Military discounts 866-668-8681*wac.**

Panther Creek Carports – 10x 20x7 Factory direct, $598.  Offer good through Sept 30. Call 1-501-835-7222 OD Funk Manufacturing Inc. Sherwood, AR | Since 1976 Rated for 90 mph winds & 20 lbs snow loads.**


FURNITURE

CHARLOTTE BUFFET hutch, dark oak, lighted top, leaded glass, felt-lined drawers, 58” wide x  17.5” d x 78” tall, $450. 860-1848, Bryant.


WANTED

WANT TO BUY FREON 12 WANTED: R12 collecting dust in your garage? We pay CA$H for R12. Cylinders or case of cans. EPA certified (312) 291-9169. sell@refrigerantfinders.com.**


HOUSES FOR RENT

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath home, fenced-in backyard, Cabot Schools, $875 month, $850 deposit. (501) 258-8145.

HOUSE FOR rent, 3 bedroom, 2 bath, 2-car garage, all brick, adjacent to LRAFB, in nice neighborhood, $1,300 month, $1,300 deposit, 1 year lease (except with orders). (501) 628-8260, Tim.

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath doublewide, Vilonia School District, storage room, fenced yard, $500 month, $100 deposit. (501) 796-8270 or (501) 786-9745.

COZY, one room studio apartments in Jacksonville. Wood burning fireplace, includes Murphy bed & appliance filled kitchen. Starting at $325 plus utilities, deposit $200.  No children or pets. Camp Construction, (501) 982-0434.

Lease Specials for New Move-Ins!  Rent a three bedroom and take $500 off the first month’s rent. Little Rock Family Housing, 101 Arkansas Blvd., Jacksonville, AR 72076. littlerock-family-housing.com. Make your reservation! 501-983-9044 . All specials available for new move-ins in select units for 12-month lease and will be given on approved credit or HMO referral. Excludes move-overs and those already assigned a home.**


HOUSES FOR SALE

3 BEDROOM, 2 bath brick, 1,825 sq. ft. Large lot, large double gate, concrete slab for RV/boat. Vilonia schools, 4 miles to Conway, 20 minutes to LRAFB, $155,000. (501) 504-6643.


MOBILE HOMES

New Single Wides.  $22,315 delivered! call 501-653-3202 before they are gone!**


Repossessed mobile homes. Move in ready. No rent option, but buying could be cheaper than rent! Owner financing on select homes with approved credit. 501-588-3300.**