Leader Blues

Monday, August 07, 2006

CLASSIFIEDS >> 08-05-06

ANNOUNCEMENTS

Consignment Boutique for sale in Cabot, great clientele, great consignors. In business for 6 years, low cost investment. Ready for new owner. Please call 628-4110 for information.

Mountain hunt club has openings. 3,100 acres. Timber & bottomland hunting. Cost is $350 annual membership. Family oriented. Located near Social Hill/Malvern area. (501)766-5105, (501)985-5240.

Estate Sale by J&K of Lavon and Kendal Wells, 121 Poppy Lane, Cabot, AR. August 10,11,12, at 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Thurs, Fri, Sat. Antique pine bedroom furniture, king size bed and mattress, rocker, sleeper sofa, chairs, kitchen, glassware, linens, silk florals, decorative, books, jewelry, tools, shop, raw oak lumber, concrete blocks and much more. Go approximately 3 miles on Kerr Station Road toward Jacksonville to Poppy Lane. Watch for signs.

THE LEADER'S 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 The Leader Classifieds, P.O. Box 766, Jacksonville AR, 72078. Deadline to advertise in Wednesday issue is 5pm Friday: and 5 p.m. Thursday for the Weekend issue.

HELP WANTED

NOW HIRING Administrative opportunity w/ NLR company. Requires Microsoft word, excel, quickbooks pro, A/P & the ability to multi task. Excellent Pay for this screen hire position. For more information call Skill Span at:1-866-538-1500.

Help wanted Cabot Cleaners drycleaning presser. Apply in person at 621 West Main, Cabot. See Sam.

JANITORIAL. Part-time positionavailable in the Beebe and Ward areas.Top pay and medical insurance.Background check will be required.Call 501-791-2900 or 1-800-791-2902 Mon - Fri 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM whit davis jax Cabot Cleaners drycleaning presser. Apply in person at 621 West Main, Cabot. See Sam.

Part Time help Show barn in need of stall cleaner. Experience with horses necessary. 107 area . Roman’s Training Center. 501-988-2903. Leave message.

Meagan’s in-home childcare. 6 openings. Located in Robinwood subdivision, Cabot. Wholesome, loving atmosphere.”Come see your child’s home away from home.” 681-6000.

FRamers needed. Greystone. Hwy 5. 450-2911 or 843-9560.

Needed Volunteer Singers for retirement centers & nursing homes. Daytime hours. Call Herb 985-3538.

LICENSED NONMEDICAL caregiver looking for work in caregiving field. INO a few hours a week or fulltime position. Cook, clean, errands,shopping, appointments etc. Please Call Sandra 501-681-3827 or 501-663-3617

Quality Child Development Center looking for loving care givers who will promote a learning enviroment for young children. If you are a team player, hard worker, patient, loving, dependable, and enjoy working with children. Please call %01-605-9228. Immediate full time position available.

Office Help Wanted - Whit Davis Lumber Plus is looking for an experianced Accounts Receivable/ Accounts Payable person who also knows Excell and Word. This position may split time between the Jacksonville and Cabot locations. We offer competive wages, paid holidays, health insurance,vacation and a 401(k) plan. Please send a resume to:
Whit Davis Lumber Plus
723 School Dr
Jacksonville, AR.72076
Attn.: AR/AP

help wanted Cabot Cleaners drycleaning presser. Apply in person at 621 West Main, Cabot. See Sam.

General Assembly
Flex your Schedule
Full & Part-Time!
At Staff Management we reward our employees with weekly paychecks, flexible schedules and a fun and casual work environment. Join Staff Management today at the nation’s leader in DVD packaging! Various positions avail. including: Shipping, Pick & Pack and Assembly.
Part-Time 4 or 6 hour
shifts
North LR, off I-440
Plant operates 24x7
New Insurance, Up to $7.50/hr.
No experience needed, must be 18
Immediate openings on
all shifts
Night openings 6 pm-6am.
Call for interview times and
directions!
1-888-412-5627
extension, LNG-S63.

kiddieland nazarine daycare accepting applications for bus driver/teacher. Must be able to work flexible hours and work in all departments. Call Wanda or Carol at 501-982-5271.

full-time Graphic and Web site designer needed for busy newspaper in Jacksonville. Must be proficient in In Design, Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark Express, Acrobat in a Mac environment. Primarily daytime hours. Competitive pay, good benefits. Call Eileen at 982-9421 or email resume to efeldman@arkansasleader.com or fax to 985-0026. EOE

full-time Paginator with good copy-editing skills needs for busy-twice weekly newspaper in Jacksonville. Primarily daytime hours in a Mac environment. Must be proficient in InDesign, Quark, Photoshop and Acrobat. Web skills definitely a plus. Competitive pay and benefits. Contact Eileen at 982-9421 or send resume to efeldman@arkansasleader.com or fax to 985-0026. EOE

program Coordinator needed for Non-Profit domestic violence program in Cabot. Mail resume to PO Box 414 Cabot, AR 72023 or email to teresa.sims@lcsh.org.

Cook & van driver needed. Apply in person at:Cabot Patch Kids, 1273 Campground Road, Cabot, AR.

Clerical Opportunities Variety of positions in NLR & LR. Pay DOE. Call SkillSpan 866-538-1500 for application times.

Cabot united methodist Great opportunity to work with young children in a quality childcare setting. Part-time, afternoon teachers needed for upcoming Fall term. Please, contact the Cabot United Methodist CDC, 2003 S. Pine, 843-9226.

Hoist & crane technician. Top Pay and Benefits. Needs good mechanical & electrical background. Fax resume to Mike Terri at (501) 375-4254.

Automatic sprinkler System Designer. Arkansas Automatic Sprinklers, Inc. is seeking FIre Protection Designers for its Cabot Office. AutoCAD experience preferred. Salary based on experience. Will train the right individual. Send resumes to: Design Department, P.O. Box 1370, Cabot, AR 72023.

Merchandising Position. Part-time energetic person needed to merchandise greeting cards in Jacksonville & Cabot retail stores. Daytime hours, territory #2159. Call 1-800-543-4100.

attention: Local company has several positions now available. No experience necessary. Company training provided. All positions are permanent with rapid advancement. Must be high school graduate and able to start immediately. Positions start at $485 per week. For interview call 941-1421.


Services

landscaping contractor specializing in sprinklers, sod, flower beds & trees. Free estimates. Low rates. Individual & commercial. Licensed & bonded. Contact Michael 501-230-6684.

Campanion wanted for sweet elderly woman living in Gravel Ridge. Responsibilities: housekeeping & meal preparation. Will receive support, direction, compensation from family members. 30 hours weekly. Kate (501) 223-2744.

FURNITURE & APPLIANCES

TODDLER BED Little Tikes blue race car w/ mattress, pad, and red sheets. $80 605-1146.

large dresser and chest of drawers. 835-3147.

27” PhilLips flat screen TV, practically brand new. For sale $250. Call 743-2254.

Refrigerator good condition $175. An electric shredder runs good $175, one room air condition, 2 box fans (come on stand) $75 for all 3. 983-1445.

Suede Sofa cream color, super nice $100.Loveseat, flowers, no tears $40 501-455-3898.

New table Solid oak, 5 feet long, has 2, 2 1/2’ extension leaves, 2 captain’s chairs, 2 regular chairs-both pairs with fancy carving. 882-5546, after 5 p.m.

World War ii era sofa & chair set with bear claw chair & coffee table, good condition, asking $500.(501)843-3619.


ANNOUNCEMENTS

Consignment Boutique for sale in Cabot, great clientele, great consignors. In business for 6 years, low cost investment. Ready for new owner. Please call 628-4110 for information.

Mountain hunt club has openings. 3,100 acres. Timber & bottomland hunting. Cost is $350 annual membership. Family oriented. Located near Social Hill/Malvern area. (501)766-5105, (501)985-5240.

Estate Sale by J&K of Lavon and Kendal Wells, 121 Poppy Lane, Cabot, AR. August 10,11,12, at 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. Thurs, Fri, Sat. Antique pine bedroom furniture, king size bed and mattress, rocker, sleeper sofa, chairs, kitchen, glassware, linens, silk florals, decorative, books, jewelry, tools, shop, raw oak lumber, concrete blocks and much more. Go approximately 3 miles on Kerr Station Road toward Jacksonville to Poppy Lane. Watch for signs.

THE LEADER'S 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 The Leader Classifieds, P.O. Box 766, Jacksonville AR, 72078. Deadline to advertise in Wednesday issue is 5pm Friday: and 5 p.m. Thursday for the Weekend issue.

HELP WANTED

NOW HIRING Administrative opportunity w/ NLR company. Requires Microsoft word, excel, quickbooks pro, A/P & the ability to multi task. Excellent Pay for this screen hire position. For more information call Skill Span at:1-866-538-1500.

Help wanted Cabot Cleaners drycleaning presser. Apply in person at 621 West Main, Cabot. See Sam.

JANITORIAL. Part-time positionavailable in the Beebe and Ward areas.Top pay and medical insurance.Background check will be required.Call 501-791-2900 or 1-800-791-2902 Mon - Fri 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
whit davis jax Cabot Cleaners drycleaning presser. Apply in person at 621 West Main, Cabot. See Sam.

Part Time help Show barn in need of stall cleaner. Experience with horses necessary. 107 area . Roman’s Training Center. 501-988-2903. Leave message.

Meagan’s in-home childcare. 6 openings. Located in Robinwood subdivision, Cabot. Wholesome, loving atmosphere.”Come see your child’s home away from home.” 681-6000.

FRamers needed. Greystone. Hwy 5. 450-2911 or 843-9560.

Needed Volunteer Singers for retirement centers & nursing homes. Daytime hours. Call Herb 985-3538.

LICENSED NONMEDICAL caregiver looking for work in caregiving field. INO a few hours a week or fulltime position. Cook, clean, errands,shopping, appointments etc. Please Call Sandra 501-681-3827 or 501-663-3617

Quality Child Development Center looking for loving care givers who will promote a learning enviroment for young children. If you are a team player, hard worker, patient, loving, dependable, and enjoy working with children. Please call %01-605-9228. Immediate full time position available.

Office Help Wanted - Whit Davis Lumber Plus is looking for an experianced Accounts Receivable/ Accounts Payable person who also knows Excell and Word. This position may split time between the Jacksonville and Cabot locations. We offer competive wages, paid holidays, health insurance,vacation and a 401(k) plan. Please send a resume to:
Whit Davis Lumber Plus
723 School Dr
Jacksonville, AR.72076
Attn.: AR/AP

help wanted Cabot Cleaners drycleaning presser. Apply in person at 621 West Main, Cabot. See Sam.

General Assembly
Flex your Schedule
Full & Part-Time!
At Staff Management we reward our employees with weekly paychecks, flexible schedules and a fun and casual work environment. Join Staff Management today at the nation’s leader in DVD packaging! Various positions avail. including: Shipping, Pick & Pack and Assembly.
Part-Time 4 or 6 hour
shifts
North LR, off I-440
Plant operates 24x7
New Insurance, Up to $7.50/hr.
No experience needed, must be 18
Immediate openings on
all shifts
Night openings 6 pm-6am.
Call for interview times and
directions!
1-888-412-5627
extension, LNG-S63.

kiddieland nazarine daycare accepting applications for bus driver/teacher. Must be able to work flexible hours and work in all departments. Call Wanda or Carol at 501-982-5271.

full-time Graphic and Web site designer needed for busy newspaper in Jacksonville. Must be proficient in In Design, Photoshop, Illustrator, Quark Express, Acrobat in a Mac environment. Primarily daytime hours. Competitive pay, good benefits. Call Eileen at 982-9421 or email resume to efeldman@arkansasleader.com or fax to 985-0026. EOE

full-time Paginator with good copy-editing skills needs for busy-twice weekly newspaper in Jacksonville. Primarily daytime hours in a Mac environment. Must be proficient in InDesign, Quark, Photoshop and Acrobat. Web skills definitely a plus. Competitive pay and benefits. Contact Eileen at 982-9421 or send resume to efeldman@arkansasleader.com or fax to 985-0026. EOE

program Coordinator needed for Non-Profit domestic violence program in Cabot. Mail resume to PO Box 414 Cabot, AR 72023 or email to teresa.sims@lcsh.org.

Cook & van driver needed. Apply in person at:Cabot Patch Kids, 1273 Campground Road, Cabot, AR.

Clerical Opportunities Variety of positions in NLR & LR. Pay DOE. Call SkillSpan 866-538-1500 for application times.

Cabot united methodist Great opportunity to work with young children in a quality childcare setting. Part-time, afternoon teachers needed for upcoming Fall term. Please, contact the Cabot United Methodist CDC, 2003 S. Pine, 843-9226.

Hoist & crane technician. Top Pay and Benefits. Needs good mechanical & electrical background. Fax resume to Mike Terri at (501) 375-4254.

Automatic sprinkler System Designer. Arkansas Automatic Sprinklers, Inc. is seeking FIre Protection Designers for its Cabot Office. AutoCAD experience preferred. Salary based on experience. Will train the right individual. Send resumes to: Design Department, P.O. Box 1370, Cabot, AR 72023.

Merchandising Position. Part-time energetic person needed to merchandise greeting cards in Jacksonville & Cabot retail stores. Daytime hours, territory #2159. Call 1-800-543-4100.

attention: Local company has several positions now available. No experience necessary. Company training provided. All positions are permanent with rapid advancement. Must be high school graduate and able to start immediately. Positions start at $485 per week. For interview call 941-1421.


MISCELLANEOUS

Wurlitzer Piano just tuned, good condition, $400. (501) 843-7470.

SUBWOOFERS, (2) 10" Kicker Comp's in ported Q-Logic box with 300W poweracoustic amp.Looks great and hits hard. 1 month old. $300 obo. 941-4743

Shopsmith Mark 5 with bandsaw attachment & woodworking tools. $3,200 never been used. 501-605-6269.

aquariums 3 55, 20, 10 Gal.All equiped with stands, filtered pump, light, heater, and many other. Acc included.$290 for all. Call 985-0135 for more info.

3 boxes of materials and 2 boxes of arts & crafts and sewing items. All 5 boxes for $10. Call 501-941-3922.

GE Refrigerator, Works, $75. Call 501-744-7945.

JVC Super Vhs digital camcorder. Paid $271.41. Used twice, like new. Purchased 12-10-05, asking $150 obo. Call 501-985-0054 or 501-690-2840.

Cut glass with crystal tear drops, swag lamp. Beautiful, $25. 501-941-3922.

Moving sale computer desk $95, centipede arcade game $350, baby items: new cradle w/bedding $50, playpen $10, car seat $10, round crib w/dresser changing table & chest of drawers.501-580-6562.

Moving sale everything must go, if interested call 241-1677 or 554-4078.

gasoline powered ladder-vator. $495.501-241-1677 or 554-4078..

set of drums metallic blue. $150. 501-749-7517.

Must sell plants outside & inside. 50 cents up to $3. Some giveaway. Clothes all sizes 50 cents to $1 good, almost new. New shirts $5. 982-0907.

Crib, changing table/dresser combo, glider with ottoman bunkbeds. Call (501) 882-0858.
for sale: 8X10 steel outdoor shed: $110, 25 cubic foot refrigerator $80, Yakima car top carrier $150. Call 983-0305 or 231-0545

2400 dell Dimension computer. Includes: tower and monitor, keyboard and mouse. Microsoft Word 2002, Encarta, Money 2004. Excellent condition. $800 obo. 501-246-1999.

sony Xplode CDX M8815X auto CD player with remote $200.

NAUTILUS weight bench system with attachments and extras included, $200 obo. Queen sized bed and frame $100. 983-0025 or 987-7366.

free Voice of Music 8 track tapes. Mostly western. 501-982-3301.

MATERNITY clothes Motherhood brand. Summer to Winter. Medium to extra large. Pants, shorts, capris, long sleeves & many short sleeves. $2 & up. CD player $25. 501-626-8539.

for sale: Canning special 4 dz. clean, 1 quart jars. 870-552-7776.

approx 10 matching china tea cups/saucers - antique (occupied Japan, Germany & China). Collectors please make offer. Also have additional saucers. Call 501-882-2142 Beebe.

for sale: 4 dozen clean 1 quart jars plus odds & ends, a canning special $15. Carlisle. 870-552-7776.

LAWN EQUIPMENT AND FARM

Mower blades for Cub Cadet 46 in set of 3 for series 1500 tractors w/ 46 in decks--brand new in box $20(was $40) call 501-983-1007.

For sale 1964 Oliver 550, live power, point hitch, Bushhog included $2,500 obo 454-7398.

riding mower yardman 13 hsp, 38” good condition, $350, push mowers: Honda 5.5 hsp self propelled $65, 5.5 hsp John Deere $55.843-5376.

ANIMALS, PETS, & SUPPLIES

Boston Terrier female. 5 yrs old.Free, Call 988-1385.

FREE LABS chocolate lab mix to good home that can give him the attention he deserves. Two and a half years old and loves people! Call 501-941-4735 for details.

2 1/4 horse colts One stud, one philly, 5 months old. $450 each. 501-676-3789.

9 week old Shepherd puppies. Call 501-843-9850. Free.

Free to good home. Chihuahua mix female, appx. 1 year old. Call 501-541-0695.

pretty red Limousine & Santa Gertrudis 6 month old bull, weighs about 550 lbs, tame, for sale. $525. 501-676-2038. Call after 4 pm.

2 kittens Free to good home. 501-843-3378. Cabot.

Chickens, ducks, and guineas. All ages. 843-7651.

For Sale several horses, paints and quarters, different prices & ages. Leave message. (501) 941-1395.

horses for sale, several kinds & colors, quarter horses & paints. Different prices. 501-941-1395. Leave message if no answer.

for sale: Med. sized dog house for med. sized dog, i.e. beagle. Hard plastic w/ snap on roof. Has floor. Excellent condition. $20. 941-3922.


VEHICLES & ACCESSORIES

2003 toyota Avalon XLS. Burgundy exterior with tan leather interior. Loaded. 69,000 miles $18,500. Contact 941-3812 or 870-919-6383.

2002 4-DOOR gray Honda Accord LX Limited Edition,gray cloth interior, extra clean ! 51,000 miles, non-smoker.$12,500 call 501-743-5443.

For sale: 1975 R600 Mack, runs & drives great, not title, no brakes, salvage only, $800. Cash, negotiable 870-210-0120. Call anytime

1993 chevy S-10 Blazer Tahoe. 4 door, 2 wheel drive, very good condition, garage kept, 124,000 miles. $2,900 obo. 882-2911 Beebe

2002 Lincoln Town Car. Excellent condition, executive series, fully loaded. 52,000 miles. Call 501-843-9954.

2001 Nissan ultima Low miles. Good condition. $7,800 obo. Call 501-605-3682.

Nissan xterra 2004, XE Automatic. 48K Hwy miles. Excellent condition, all the extras. $16,000. 501-882-2420.

2004 Harley davidson Silver, Model # FLSTFI, Extended warranty, $2K in extras, 5,600 miles asking $15,500 obo. 501-941-4640.

1985 Silverado Chevy, LWB, Camper shell, automatic power steering, P.B. AC, 305 engine, 79,144 miles. Was $3,250.00 now $3,000. 501-982-3853.

1999 Honda Accord EX, 4 door, all power, power sunroof, CD, aluminum wheels, like new.Must see. 772-6519.

1996 Chevy s-10 Good condition, sunroof, cd player, Crager rims, $3,400 obo. 605-7346.

1987 Thunderbird Runs great, brand new tires & rims, all power, power windows, power locks. $2,400 obo 501-838-1387.

1989 Ford F150, LWB, 6 cylinder automatic. Rough body. $850 cash firm. 501-626-9144.

Chevrolet 1983-88 Monte Carlo SS, complete front cap $275. Good 305 engine $450, 350 transmission $300. Call 501-835-7546.

1990Chevy P/U. 6cyl, 88k mi original. Many upgrades. $5,000 OBO 501-941-4640

1990 Mazda rx-7 GXL, rare car, Power everything, needs work, Auto, $2500, 501-606-2102

2000 honda Accord LX, 51,000 miles, gray 4Dr. Sunroof-loaded. $12,500.00 Call 501-743-5443

2000 CHEVROLET Z-71, 4-wheel drive, short bed pickup, white premium wheels, dual exhaust, bedliner. $8500. 501-516-5129.

2001 chrysler Sebring LX. New brakes & tires. Remote start. Keyless entry. $7,000. Great condition. 501-288-2588.

1994 BUICK LeSabre. Gray. Runs really good. $1,000. Call after 8 pm. 843-6625.

RECREATIONAL VEHICLES

2004 Sunnybrook Titan 5th wheel under warranty, 3 slides,excellent condition, like new. Call to see.843-6769.

Bass boat 1987. 18 1/2 ft. Winner. Excellent condition. Everything needed to fish. Also, trailer and 150 Johnson motor. Steal $3,995. 501-54204670.

Atv 2006 Brand new, never used. Health issues. Twin cylinders, camo-color, hunters model. 250cc, $1,995. 501-542-4670.

Kawasaki Stand-up Jet Ski’s New batteries, covers, mats, grips. 550 cc- $1,995.00. Call 501-882-7199 after 6 p.m.

2001 seadoo RXX, Slow hours VERY FAST, 160 hp, very rare $6300, 501-606-2102

2004 honda Shadow 600. 2K miles, garage kept. $3,500. 580-649-8399.

For Sale Bumper pull 25 ft camper with good awning. Everything in it to camp today. Like sheets bedding dish pots silverware and coffee pot. 3000.00 and she is yours. 870-723-5222.

WANTED

need newer car for long distance ride. Have’92 Toyota, will trade for newer vehicle. If you can help call 501-882-2142..

Concrete houseblocks. Free or cheap around Cabot area. (501)941-1395.

Antique & Primitive lanterns, saws, churns, wagon wheels, single trees, hames old tools-anything old .882-5546. After 5 p.m.

Running or nonrunning, push or riding lawnmower. 501-843-5376.

wanted free or cheap cement house blocks in/around Ward area. 501-941-1395. Please leave message.


Real estate

Cabot 19 Stonewood Drive, 4 Bedroom/2 Bath, 1552 square feet. All brick, fenced yard, deck, fireplace, large master bedroom w/walk in closet, Jacuzzi tub, separate shower. $134,900. 501-580-2914.

Rentals

2 bedroom 2 Bath Mobile Home. All electric central heat & air. Tree shaded. Good neighborhood. 2 minutes from interstate. Fenced on 3 sides. $375 rent & $375 security. NO PETS. 501-988-5187. Ask for Ed.

Jacksonville 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath duplex, Central heat & Air, quiet neighborhood, Rent $425, deposit $250.

2 Bedroom Jacksonville, 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Mobile Home, Central Heat & Air, carport, washer/dryer, gas & water paid. $415 rent, $225 deposit. 501-413-1856.

Jacksonville 2 Bedroom, 2 Bath Mobile Home. All Electric. Central Heat & Air. Tree shaded, good neighborhood, 2 minutes from interstate, fenced on 3 sides. $375 rent & $375 security. NO PETS. 501-988-5187. Ask for ED.

abot schools 3 Bedroom 1 1/2 bath with bonus room, large fenced backyard, fresh paint, new carpet & flooring. $750 deposit, $800 month. Call 501-416-3959 for more information.

Commercial Property

House for rent: Could be used for commercial office. Three bedrooms, 2 bath, and a bonus room. 1322 West Locus in Cabot. Call Jerry or Cary 1-877-729-2438.

Jacksonville: Corner lot. Approx. 11,770 square ft, 1 block off main street w/ 2 existing buildings. For more information call.501-425-2008.

LEGAL NOTICE

Legal notice as published in the July 22 & 26, 2006, edition of The Leader:
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SHERWOOD, ARKANSAS
E-Z CHECK CASHING PLAINTIFF VS CASE # 2006-202
BARROW ROOFING AND/OR MATTHEW BARROW DEFENDANT
WARNING ORDER
TO: BARROW ROOFING AND/OR MATTHEW BARROW
You are notified that E-Z Check Cashing, whose agent’s address is listed below, has filed a complaint against you. A copy of the complaint and summons shall be delivered to you or your attorney upon request. You are notified that you must appear and defend by filing your answer to the complaint within thirty (30) days of the date of the first publication of this warning order, and in the event of your failure to do so, judgment by default may be entered against you for relief demanded in the complaint as circumscribed by the laws of this State.
In witness whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and seal as Clerk of the court, this 17th day of July, 2006.
Vanessa Washington Deputy Court Clerk
Lee Gentry, Agent for Plaintiff
8122 John F. Kennedy Bl. #B
Sherwood, AR 72120
(501) 834-8222


LEGAL NOTICE
Legal notice as published in the August 14, 2006, edition of The Leader:
The public is hereby notified that the Planning Commission of the City of Jacksonville will conduct PUBLIC HEARINGS on Monday, August 14, 2006 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, #1 Municipal Drive.
1) Mr. Tim McClurg is requesting the rezoning of property located on West Main adjacent to the west line of Western Hills, Jacksonville, Pulaski County, Arkansas from R-0 to R-4.
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:
Part of SW 1/4, SE 1/4 of Section 23, T-3-N, R-11-W, Jacksonville, Pulaski County, Arkansas, more particularly described as follows:
Starting at the southwest corner SW1/4, SE1/4 of Section 23, T-3-N, R-11-W; Thence S 88° -16’ 54” E, 418.20 feet along the south line of said SW1/4, SE1/4 of Section 23 to the point of beginning: Thence continue S 88° -16’ 54” E, 200.00 feet; Thence N 01° 43’ 06” E, 170.00 feet; Thence N 12° -50’ –54” W, 171.93 feet; Thence N 32° 28’ –17” W, 492.32 feet; Thence S 57° -31’ –43” W, 120.00 feet; Thence S 32° -28’ –17” E, 430.00 feet; Thence S 01° -43’ –06” W 30.53 feet; Thence N 88° -16’ –54” W 83.66 feet; Thence S 01° -43’ –06” W, 120.00 feet; Thence S 48° -39’ –22” E, 79.43 feet; Thence S 01° -43’ –06” W, 119.34 feet to the point of beginning, containing 2.88 acres more or less.
2) Mr. Jay O’Neal is requesting a mixed-use of residential and commercial requirement property located at 100 South First Street. This request is in accordance with the Jacksonville Municipal Code 18.23.020.
If there are any questions, please contact City Clerk Susan Davitt at 982-3181 or City Engineer Jay Whisker at 982-6071.

LEGAL NOTICE
ORDINANCE NO. 1286 (#19 – 06)
AN ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE EXEMPTION OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, FROM THE SHIELDED OUTDOOR LIGHTING ACT; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, the Arkansas Legislature passed a Shielded Outdoor Lighting Act during its regular 2005 session requiring replacement of outdoor lighting fixtures to be shielded. However, in the recent 2006 Arkansas Legislative Special Session, lawmakers amended the statute to allow municipalities and counties to adopt ordinances exempting themselves from the law if it is determined to be cost-prohibitive to install shielded outdoor lighting fixtures; and,
WHEREAS, the Jacksonville City Council has determined that installation of shielded outdoor lighting fixtures would be cost-prohibitive for the City of Jacksonville.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:
SECTION ONE: The City of Jacksonville, Arkansas, shall hereinafter be exempted from the Shielded Outdoor Lighting Act, as authorized under HB 1027, due to the cost-prohibitive nature of shielded outdoor lighting fixtures.
SECTION TWO: All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.
SECTION THREE: This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and publication, as provided by and subject to the requirements of applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS __20th__ DAY OF JULY, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM:
ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

LEGAL NOTICE

ORDINANCE NO. 1285 (#18 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE WAIVING COMPETITIVE BIDDING BY THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, FOR THE PURPOSE OF COMPLETING REPAIRS AND REHABILITATION TO THE COMMUNITY CENTER POOL; DECLARING AN EMERGENCY; AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, it is necessary to repair, rehabilitate, and improve the entire surface of the indoor pool area of the Jacksonville Community Center by water blasting the entire surface to remove all loose plaster and embedded dirt, acid washing the entire surface to remove any calcium or other calcium based chemical, etching any remaining smooth surfaces, treating the entire surface to remove oils and neutralize acid, and apply a primer and one coat of Zeron pool coating to the pool area; and,
WHEREAS, Walden Chemical, Inc., North Little Rock, Arkansas, has submitted a reasonable proposal for completion of said repairs at a reasonable rate and within a short period of time so as to minimize continued interruption and unavailability of the use of the Community Center pool.
BE IT ORDAINED AND ENACTED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS:
SECTION ONE: Competitive bidding for the purpose of repairing, rehabilitating, and improving the indoor pool of the Jacksonville Community Center would be costly, non-productive, and time consuming, making said competitive bidding unfeasible and impractical.

SECTION TWO: Pursuant to ACA §14-58-383, competitive bidding is hereby waived for the purpose of repairing, rehabilitating, and improving the indoor pool of the Jacksonville Community Center. Authorization is hereby given to the Mayor and/or his designated representative to execute necessary documents with Walden Chemical, Inc. of North Little Rock, Arkansas, for repair, rehabilitation, and improvement to the indoor pool area of the Jacksonville Community Center. It is anticipated that the repairs, refinishing, and rehabilitation process will be provided for a total cost not to exceed Twenty-one Thousand Six Hundred Fifty Dollars ($21,650.00) plus applicable taxes due.
SECTION THREE: All Ordinances, parts of Ordinances, or previous actions taken by said Council in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of such conflict.
SECTION FOUR: To provide more effectively for the comfort and safety of our citizens and in the operation of our Community Center, an emergency is hereby declared to exist. This Ordinance shall take effect immediately upon passage and publication, as provided by and subject to the requirements of applicable law.
APPROVED AND ADOPTED THIS ___6th___ DAY OF JULY, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM: ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

LEGAL NOTICE
ORDINANCE NO. 1287 (#20 - 06)
AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING JACKSONVILLE MUNICIPAL CODE §10.30 (GOLF CART USE); AND, FOR OTHER PURPOSES.
WHEREAS, the City of Jacksonville, Arkansas (the "City"), as a city of the first class, has two (2) golf courses within the community where golf carts are regularly utilized; and,
WHEREAS, for the safety and environmental benefit of citizens of the City of Jacksonville, use of golf carts on city streets should be limited to those within gated communities, subdivisions or those areas surrounding or including golf course(s), and upon private property. Golf carts should not be allowed as a mode of transportation on other City streets, county roads, state highways, and/or federal highways, in compliance with appropriate use and authority as delegated to the City under ACA §14-54-1410.
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS, THAT:
SECTION ONE: Jacksonville Municipal Code §10.30 is hereby created and shall read as follows:
JMC §10.30.010 PURPOSE.It shall be the purpose of this Chapter to authorize the limited use and operation of those who drive their golf carts in and about the City of Jacksonville. These provisions are intended to promote safety and welfare of all citizens, both those utilizing golf carts upon or near golf course(s), within gated communities, upon private property and/or streets, and upon public streets that surround, are near, or are a part of a golf course.
JMC §10.30.020 DEFINITIONS.
Golf Cart -- A self propelled electric or gas powered vehicle with three (3) or four (4) wheels primarily designed for transportation purposes on or about a golf course.
JMC §10.30.030 AUTHORIZED USES AND REQUIREMENTS.
It shall be unlawful to operate a golf cart on a public street or roadway within the City of Jacksonville unless all of the following requirements are met:
A) A golf cart may only be operated upon private property and/or roadways, on public streets and roadways that surround, are near, or are a part of a golf course(s), or within a gated community;
B)Those person(s) operating a golf cart shall hold a valid driver’s license issued and/or recognized by the State of Arkansas with the following exception: any operator of a golf cart between Twelve (12) and Sixteen (16) years of age shall only be allowed to operate said cart upon private property or roadways, within a gated community, or within an area surrounding, near, or as a part of a golf course as he/she travels to and from the golf course;

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C) There shall only be the number of people the golf cart is designed to seat riding on a golf cart, and passengers shall not be carried on the part of a golf cart designed to carry golf bags or allowed to be towed behind said cart in any manner;
D) No golf cart may be operated at a speed greater than reasonable and prudent for the existing conditions, and in no instance shall a cart be operated at a speed greater than Twenty (20) miles per hour;
E) A golf cart may be operated only during daylight hours, with the exception that those golf cart(s) equipped with operating lights and reflectors meeting the requirements set forth below may operate before sunrise or after sunset. Any light-equipped cart shall have a minimum of Two (2) operable lamps, one on each side of the front of the golf cart, visible under normal atmospheric conditions from a distance of no less than Three Hundred feet (300’). Said golf cart shall also contain a minimum of One (1) red operable lamp on the rear of said cart, exhibiting a red light visible under normal atmospheric conditions from a distance of no less than Two Hundred feet (200’). In lieu of a rear red lamp, a golf cart may alternatively be equipped with no less than Two (2) red reflectors of a diameter of no less than Three inches (3”) designed, located, and maintained so that each reflector is visible from no less than Two Hundred feet (200’) in normal atmospheric conditions;
F)Golf carts may not be operated upon private streets or roadways, within gated communities, or upon public streets or roadways near, surrounding, or a part of a golf course during inclement weather or when visibility is impaired by weather, smoke, fog, smog, or other similar conditions;
G) All golf carts must have the basic equipment supplied by the manufacturer, including a vehicle identification number, all safety devices as installed by said manufacturer, efficient and operable brakes, reliable steering apparatus, safe tires, and/or operable lights and reflectors as required herein if the cart is operated on a street or roadway at any time before sunrise or after sunset;
H) All golf carts must be operated in accordance with all applicable local and state and local laws and ordinances except licensing and equipment requirements, including all laws, regulations, and ordinances pertaining to the possession and use of alcoholic beverages; and,
I) No golf cart(s) shall be operated in a careless, reckless, or prohibitive manner. All carts must be operated to the extreme right of any roadway and must yield to all vehicular and pedestrian traffic.
JMC §10.30.040 VIOLATION(S).
It shall be a per se violation of this Ordinance when any individual is found to be operating or in actual physical control of a golf cart upon any sidewalk, street(s) beyond the boundaries of a gated community, upon any street not near, surrounding, or including a golf course(s), or upon any major thoroughfare, expressway, freeway, county road, state highway, or a federal highway.
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JMC §10.30.050 ENFORCEMENT AND PENALTIES.
A) It shall be the responsibility of the Jacksonville Police Department to enforce the provisions of this Ordinance. Should any certified law enforcement member of the Department observe any individual in violation of any provision of this Ordinance, he/she shall promptly issue a citation for said violator into the Jacksonville District Court and/or see that an affidavit of warrant is issued for any violation(s) observed.
B) Any individual who pleads guilty, nolle contrendre, or is found guilty of a violation of the terms of this Chapter shall be fined no less than Twenty-five Dollars ($25.00) and no more than One Hundred Dollars ($100.00), together with applicable court costs, for each violation of the provisions of this Chapter.

SECTION TWO:The provisions of this Ordinance are hereby declared to be severable. If any section, phrase, or provision shall be declared or held invalid, such invalidity shall not affect the remainder of the sections, phrases, or provisions.
SECTION THREE: All Ordinances and parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed to the extent of said conflict.
SECTION FOUR:This Ordinance shall take effect from and after its date of passage pursuant to and by applicable law.
APPROVED THIS ___20th____ DAY OF JULY, 2006.
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE, ARKANSAS
BY: TOMMY SWAIM, MAYOR
ATTEST: SUSAN DAVITT, CITY CLERK
APPROVED AS TO FORM: ROBERT E. BAMBURG, CITY ATTORNEY

LEGAL NOTICE

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF LONOKE COUNTY, ARKANSAS
SECOND DIVISION

VIOLA B. RICHARD LIVING TRUST PETITIONER VS.NO. CV 2006-336
PART OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW/4)
OF THE SOUTHWEST (SW/4) OF SECTION 15,
TOWNSHIP 04 NORTH, RANGE 10 WEST OF THE
FIFTH PRINCIPAL MERIDIAN, LONOKE COUNTY,
ARKANSAS, MORE PARTICULARLY DESCRIBED AS
FOLLOWS: BEGINNING AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW/4) OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW/4) OF SAID SECTION 15; THENCE SOUTH 89 DEGREES 55 MINUTES 30 SECONDS WEST, 348.50FEET; THENCE NORTH 02 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 24 SECONDS WEST, 358.32 FEET; THENCE NORTH 68 DEGREES 39 MINUTES 55 SECONDS WEST, 118.08 FEET; THENCE NORTH 00 DEGREES 22 MINUTES 45 SECONDS WEST, 252.50 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 78 DEGREES 10 MINUTES 26 SECONDS EAST, 460.53 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 02 DEGREES 40 MINUTES 38 SECONDS EAST, 559.16 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING. RESPONDENT
NOTICE OF QUIET TITLE
Notice is hereby given that