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News Outlook Your Hometown Newspaper November 28, 2013 - 13- FOR SALE Government Backed Mortgage Program on New and Used Manufac- tured Housing! Call for Details. 866-597-2083. New Housing Program. $0 Deposit. You Land or Family Land. Turn Key Housing with Complete Improvement Packages Available. Call Today to Apply. 606-475-9045. For Sale: Used mobile For Sale: In Owings- Has garage/work shop ca- area. 859-274-6284. ville, 1/z acre lot with small pabilities. Potential Base- 1BR trailer and large ment. Asphalt drive. Front For rent, 2 story old- storage building. Well porch and rear deck. Cen- er home on US 60 near maintained, on a quiet tral heat and air. All ap. bridge in Salt Lick. $400/ dead-end street. $15,000, pliances. New carpet and month, plus deposit and call 304-417-7731 before paint. Priced to Sell Call utilities. Pet standards. 9pm. (11/7, 11/14, 11/21, 606-356-5093. (fin) chg References required. 606- 11/27) 674-2253 For Sale: Seasoned Fire- Happy Jack mange For rent, brick home wood. $65 for an 8ft, full medicine promotes heal- next to Crossroads El- sized pickup load. FREE ing and hair growth to ementary. 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 LOCAL DELIVERY. Call any mange, bare spot, or baths. No indoor pets. Gordon Wells, Jr., at 606- itchamacallit on dogs and $750/month plus deposit 674-3951 (11/14, 11/21, horses.. Fleming County and utilities. References 11/27, 12/5, 12/12, Farm Supply (845-1081). required. 606-674-2253 12/19) (www.happyjackinc.com). Fleming area: home, 3 bedrooms, 2 For Sale: Registered BRUNER LAND COM- baths. $9500 - cash only. pure bred gelbvich bulls, PANY, INC. Booths for Rent at the Call (859) 498-7742 for vet checked and ready(740) 459-9031 Fleming Art and Craft more information, to go, 2 years old. 606- www.brunerland.com Mall located in Fler0ings- 247-2906 (11/14, 11/21, FLEMING CO: 6+ acres, burg now through the Hol- Thank You[ Special 11/27, 12/5) open, flatto slightly rolling, idays. Special Rates and discounts this month for all veterans at Freedom county water & electric, Great Location. Call 606- Homes in Mt. Sterling. $23,900 with owner financ- 748-3292 and ask for Carl. Beautiful new homes starting at $29,995. Call (859) 498-7725 to sched- ule an appointment. IELP WANTED Mobile Home Hotline - save ffhousand$ on used and new single and dou- ble-wides. Owner financ- ing available. Call (855) 506-7254. Beautiful 7 % foot re- light Christmas tree. $50.00. 859-289-5252. SERVICES 87 Ford F150 4x4 , 4 speed, runs good. Make a good farm truck, $1,200 or best offer. Call 859- 405-5637 or 859-405-5548 ask for Arnold. (11/13, 11/21). Save up to 90% on your ing. Located 5 miles from heat bills with Sure Flame outside wood burning fur- Flemingsburg. naces. Connects to your existing ductwork, ther- FOR RENT mostat controlled. Roger Williams 606-674-6393 or 606-210-3415. (9/26-3/5). Carlisle Areas: Large lot for sale on 2BR APT, UTILITIES Slate Ave., OwingsviUe. INCLUDED, VINYL Need to sell it. $16,000 FLOORING, OFFSTREET PARKING, 24/7 MAINTE- Will take on land contract. NANCE. RENT $644/MO Call 606-674-9243 (Tfn) PLUS A DEPOSIT. FOR Livestock Farm for MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 859-289- Sale: Located just out- 7115 OR AT greenvalley@ side Hillsboro on Sunset werentky.com (fin) Rd. 118 acres improved with a custom 32'x76' dbl. wide, 112' frame stock/ Apartment rent at Lest- hay barn; 100' metal feed ers Apartment in Carlisle barn; 100' metal imple- call 859- 289-7128. TFN. ment/hay barn; 64' metal Apartment for rent, 1 shop bldg., w/office and Construction equip-bath; 2 car metal garage; and 2 bedrooms, call 859- ment, 2 leather recliners and completely fenced 473-3748.. in excellent condition, with water to all fields. Owingsville Areas: Call after 4pm 606-674- Owner will split off 96 ac 2321 +/- with or without barns. Meticulously maintained For rent: one bedroom For sale: white washerwith gorgeous views from apartment, incl. cable, in- and dryer, black refrigera- ever angle. Call Mark ternet, electric, water, in tor, white electric cooking Lewis with C. Roger Lew- Morehead. References stove, old white kitchen is Agency at 606-356-3352 and security required. 606- cabinet w/pulloutgranite for details and pricing. 674-9214 (TFN) top, cherry bedroom set r ..... .......... z~ x 1".* 1 I ~ . kl ulxC~.da/,l)' (3 pc.), coroner h'pbodr'd; ....... For .......... Sale:: ...... .... Adams" .... Lane sm. white kitchen cabinet, small T.V. Call 336-0227 after 4 p.m. Drivers: CDL-A. Teams & Singles. Owner Opera- tors & Company Drivers Wanted. $1000 Sign On Bonus for O/0. Dedicated Lanes. Great Home Time. Safety Bonus Program. Benefits available after 90 days. 6 months verifiable exp. Call: 502-664-1433 Needing an oil change or your automobile worked on call 859-405-5057. Services: "Are you pay- hag more than $50 month for your car insurance? For low prices and low down payments, call 1-800-256- 3575." (TFN) FOR ALL YOU FUR- NITURE REPAIR AND REFINISHING NEEDS RICK'S ANTIQUE REFIN- ISHING 859-749-8192 859- 289-7052. (TFN) - Beautiful 3 bed room ments, 8400 a month plus Baby Beef Calves 859- vinyl Ranch, w/large liv- deposit. Utilities paid. 274-5125. 2700 Upper ing room, dining area, Can't be over two people Sharpsburg Road, Carlisle, kitchen, utility and i bath. located in the Salt Lick Ky ................ 0 e 0 e' The Owingsville Wom- an's Club has available in time for the 2013 Christ- mas season its latest com- memorative ornament, celebrating the historic Majestic Theater in Ow- ingsville. The Majestic Theater opened its doors in 1922, under the ownership of Edgar T. Denton and John Richards, in the building rented from Tom Shrout and located at the cor- ner of present day South Court Street and Slate Av- enue. During the "silent" movie era in the 1920s, Gladys Young provided piano accompaniment to the films, and when "talk- ies" arrived in 1929, the owners added a sound system. Through the 1940s, the Majestic was open every night of the week and on weekends from 2 p.m. to midnight. Ticket prices were five and ten cents. Edgar Denton's son, James E. "Jay Joe" Den- ton, worked in the theater throughout his child- hood, and when he re- turned from military ser- wce in he became a full partner in the business. After his father's death in 1952, he became sole owner. Jay Joe was a tireless promoter of films at the in '. for his elaborate gim- This year's ornament micks. The business re- is available for 815. For mained family-run until more information, contact it was sold to Mike Cam- Nancy Purvis at 674-6911. eron in 1978. The theater closed its doors for good II Beaver Creek Apartments Rent based on 30% of income Contact: 606-768-3672 we do nal disc~inate against i~lll'~ill aR~ants on the basis of rana, c01or, ~& sexual orientation or ptdete~e, disal~,~ly, age, veteran sta~, national Pleasure Ridge Apartments 270 Ramey Rd. Sharpsburg, KY Now taking applications for new age tim# 50 and disabled. Rent based on 30% of income Contact: 606-247-2254 Customer Service Representative Process loans, marketing & collections. Cash handling experience required. *Paid vacation, paid holidays & bonus plan. M-F: 10-5:30, Saturday: 9-12. Apply at HLT Check Exchange, Miller Drive. PICKSHEIN NEWS by Eddia Mae Stew- art Here are some .photos shared by Eddia Mae for this week: Lueien Whaley, Loretta Jones, and Della Copher; at the Senior Citizens Center My sister Sarah Penix and brother James Shrout, with his wife Madeline My little dog, Lulu, in Oct. 1989 I have had many visi- tors this week - Ron- nie and Josh Butcher; Larry Butcher; John Perkins, who is the best thing to me, and he brings me snacks and bananas; Jim Hornback; Destil and Tammy Ray and Josh, who took me to get my groceries and some chicken feed; Connie Thompson; and Tam- my Barber. I have also had many phone calls from peo- ple who didn't see The Pickshein News in the paper last week - Mae Butcher, from Flori- da; Billy Paul Shrout, from Florida; Johnny Shrout, from Indiana; and many others. I am not through with putting my pic- tures in the paper and telling my life's story, but right now I have no way to get anywhere. I have had many nice people, who didn't want to be named, help- ing me out this week without pay, like those who put the tape over my windows and those who brought me a tur-i key dinner, with rolls, potatoes, cranberry sauce, dressing, stuff- ing, green beans, and a pumpkin pie and apple pie, and the cool whip to put on them. God bless you all! I am still trying to sell my lot on Slate Av- enue in Owingsville. If you want to buy it in the next 8 days, I will sell it for $14,000, that's 82000 less than what I first offered. If you are interested, please call me at 674-9243. I also have an old Army trailer for sale, if anybody is interested. I need help with put- ting plastic on my win- dows for winters, and if anybody wants to do- nate lumber and tin to help me build a sewing room on my trailer, I would appreciate it. Gateway Community Action Head Start Program Seeks Applications for Employment Gateway Community Action Head Start is accepting applications for the following positions in Bath, Menifee, Morgan, Montgomery, and Rowan Counties: Teacher, Instructional Assistant, Family Advocate, Substitute, and bus driver. Minimum requirement for Head Start Teacher is an Associate Degree in early childhood or a related field. A Bachelor's Degree in Early Childhood Education or related field and experience working in a preschool dassroom is highly desirable. Minimum requirements for all other positions include High School Di- ploma or GED. Bus drivers, family advocates, and instructional assistants must have or be willing to obtain upon hire a Class C Commercial Driver's License Conditions of employment for all positions includes a current Kentucky driver's license, state required minimum vehicle liability insurance and uninsured motorist insurance, reliable transportation, satisfactory criminal background check, pre-employment and random drug testing, driver registry check, child abuse and neglect check, satisfactory TB Skin test/ assessment, and physical examination. Gateway offers competitive wages and an excellent benefit package that may include paid health insurance, leave, and retirement. An) one interested in joining our team may go to our website at www.gcscap.org and print an application. Applications and/or resumes may be emailed to employment.headstart@gcscap.org, faxed to 606-743-1130, or mailed to Attention Head Start at PO Box 367, West Liberty, KY 41472. Applications will be taken until filled. 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