Tuesday, September 30, 2014

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Oliver Estate Auction Saturday


AUCTION

Estate Auction of Bruce Oliver

SATURDAY - October 4th – 9:00 a.m.
2961 S.R. 1668 (Crittenden Springs Rd) Marion, KY

GUNS, KNIVES, RE-LOADING EQUIPMENT AND COLLECTIBLES

Large Anvil w/stand, Nascar Afghan, Nascar Trading cards, Auto & Gun
books, Old golf clubs,
Pocket Knives – Nascar collectible – Case – Buck – Sharade, Straight
blade knives, folding knives, bone handle knives and several others.
Primers, Loads, Shells, Powder, Wads, Lyman Turret Press, Lyman Auto
Primer Feed, Lyman 55 Powder Measurer, (New) Lyman 500 Powder
Scale, (New) Lyman Universal Scale, assorted shell holders, Bushnell
Range Finder, Bore sights, Spotting Scope, Glenfield Model 60 22L. R.,
Parker Hale 300 Mag, Browning A5 12 Gauge, Browning A5 12 Gauge,
Browning Lightning Broadway Trap Over/Under, Browning BT99 12
Gauge, Remington 870 – 3” Mag, Remington 870 TB Trap 12 Gauge,
Glenfield Model 60 22 L.R., Revelation Model 120 22 L.R., 03A3 Springfield
Full military 30-06, Ithaca Model 49 R 22 L.R., Hunter Firearms (Western six
shooter 22 Mag or 22 Cal) Hunter Firearms (Western six shooter – 22 Cal.),
Ruger Viqueir 45 Cal., Browning BPS 12 Gauge Model 22, Beretta USA
Model 21A – 22 L.R., Browning A5 12 Gauge, Browning Sitori 28 Gauge
2-3/4 Over/Under, Browning A – Bolt Cal. 223 – Remington Scope, Browning
A Bolt Cal. 22-250 , Browning Bar II,, Henry Repeating Arms – Brooklyn,
NY Caliber 22 L.R, Henry Repeating Arms Brooklyn, NY Cal. 22 Mag.,
Remington Limited Edition Dale Earnhardt Sr. – Model 597 22 Long Rifle,
Remington Limited Edition – Dale Earnhardt Jr. – Model 597 – 22 Long
Rifle, Ruger New Model Super Blackhawk 44 Mag., Ruger 357 Mag. New
Model Blackhawk, Ruger Super Redhawk 44 Mag., Smith & Wesson 357
Mag. Model 586, Gun Cases, and much, much more.
TOOLS AND SHOP EQUIPMENT
Air chisel, Air sander, Air grinder, Air impact wrenches, Makita circular
saw, Makita ½” drill, Makita grinders, Makita hammer drill, Makita radial
alarm saw, Vices, Three stack Crafstman tool box, Black & Decker
Cordless drills, Sandblaster, Bench grinder, Drill press, 25 Gallon parts
washer, Single stage upright air compressor, Husqvarna chain saw, Engine
cherry picker, boom pole, Pipeline welder on trailer, Milwaukee cutoff
saw, Cutting torch, Oxygen/Acetylene tanks, Craftsman, S & K,
Williams, SnapOn, and ProTo Socket sets – ¼”, 3/8” & ½” drives, several
ProTo, Craftsmen, Williams, and Matco tools, chains and boomers, numerous
hammers (sledge, framing, blacksmith), drill bits, wood drill bits,
several grease guns, battery chargers, jigsaws, supersaws, sawzall, cases
of oil, hyd. Fluid, and transmission fluid, ropes, pulleys, all size steel rigid
pipe wrenches, ladders, miscellaneous cutters, snips, and screwdrivers,
assorted nuts, bolts, washers, zip ties, and hand tools, shop vac, air hose,
shelves, file cabinets, welding rods of all kind, wire strippers, elec. wiring,
12 volt elec. wire stand (all colors – several rows), 48” chain wrench, 48”
aluminum pipe wrench, car ramps, Dodge aluminum truck wheels, shovels,
rakes, tap & dye sets, several pieces of Dodge & Chrysler auto parts,
miscellaneous tool boxes, assorted buckets and many , many
items/tools too numerous to mention.

TRACTOR, TRAILERS, AND OTHER EQUIPMENT
4000 Ford Tractor w/Canopy, Caroni Finishing Mower, Howse Bushog,
3Pt. Cultivator, Homemade Enclosed Trailer, Black Fiberglass Camper
Shell for 2500 Shortbed Dodge, 5th Wheel Hitch, (2) Fuel Tanks on Stands,
8000 Watt Generator, Yard trailer, Receiver hitch and balls, Wheelbarrow.
HOUSEHOLD, CAMPING, HUNTING AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
Ventless heaters, vacuum, Glowarm Heater, Camera, Camper LP Tanks,
Coleman lanterns, Coleman cook stoves, Treadmill, Quilt Print, Wooden
doors, Weber grills, Dishes, Quilt stand, Dog feeder, Pottery bowls, Ceramic
and plastic planters, Small TV, VHS movies some Disney, Golf balls,
LP grill gas tanks, large tent, Decoys – duck & geese (some Herder), Deer
stands, Coolers and several more items.

ANNOUNCEMENTS MADE THE DAY OF SALE TAKE PRECEDENCE OVER
PRINTED MATERIAL. CONCESSIONS AVAILABLE.
TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK

BUNTIN AUCTION SERVICE
(270) 965-2902
CURT BUNTIN, AUCTIONEER

Area deaths

Betty Belt, 58, of Joy died Sept. 29, 2014, at Baptist Health Paducah. Arrangements are incomplete at Boyd Funeral Directors in Salem.

Wilburn Lawrence, 82, of Paducah died Sept. 30, 2014, at Baptist Health Paducah. Arrangements are incomplete at Boyd Funeral Directors in Salem.

Ronald Leister, 73, of Marion died Sept. 30, 2014, at Crittenden Health Systems in Marion. Arrangements are incomplete at Boyd Funeral Directors in Salem.

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Join MBC in Revival !


Come Join Us For Our Fall Revival
October 5-8

Marion Baptist Church, 131 E. Depot Street

High Attendance in Sunday School: Goal is 260
Bro. Ronnie Stinson and wife Pam
Sunday School 9:30 a.m.
Sunday Morning Service 8:15 a.m., and 10:45 a.m.
Nightly Services at 6:30 p.m.

Featuring 
Bro. Ronnie Stinson Sr., Evangelist
Bro. Jason Dunbar, Music Evangelist

Sunday Night Fellowship Potluck Meal at 5:15 p.m.
Monday is Senior Adult Night
Tuesday is Youth Night
Wednesday is Children's Night


Bro. Jason Dunbar and wife Caitlin


Monday, September 29, 2014

Governor: Plastic pipe company to create 125 new jobs in Paducah

Gov. Steve Beshear today joined company officials and local leaders to announce Genova Products Inc. is establishing operations in Paducah.

Genova, which manufactures PVC pipe and fittings, is expected to create 125 new jobs and invest $4.9 million into the project.

“This is an outstanding boost to the economy in Paducah and the Commonwealth,” said Gov. Beshear. “Genova is a highly successful global firm, and we couldn’t be more excited about the 125 professional jobs it will create in western Kentucky. The choice to locate here says a lot about our business-friendly climate, ideal location and valuable workforce. We look forward to a continued and successful partnership with Genova and are pleased to welcome them to Kentucky.”

Genova makes plumbing and building materials, mostly from vinyl. The company is leasing a 100,000-square-foot factory that once housed Infiniti Plastic Technologies Inc. The company began operations at the facility last month and currently employs 15 people. Genova chose Paducah due to available land, low electricity costs and rail access.

“We are very excited about the opportunities that lie ahead for us in a partnership with the city of Paducah,” said Mike DeBoer, president of Genova Products. “This location and state-of-the-art facility provide us with a strategic opportunity to expand our production and distribution capacity to support the future growth initiatives underway at Genova. We have found the people of Paducah a delight to work with and are certain both parties will mutually benefit from this alliance.”

Genova has been making vinyl pipe and fittings for professional and do-it-yourself plumbers since 1962. The company expanded into vinyl gutters and fencing and now has a product line that includes vinyl downspouts, decks and rails; drinking water and sanitary systems for boats and RVs. Its products are sold at Ace, Blish-Mize, True Value and Do It Best hardware stores.

Genova was the first company to bring plastics into the plumbing industry in North America. The company currently has a total of five factories in Michigan, Minnesota, Indiana, Nevada and Texas and two warehouses in Indiana and Texas. Genova also has a location in Lithuania.

“I am pleased that with hard work, focus and diligence, we have found an ideal fit to create jobs in our building formerly occupied by Infiniti,” said McCracken County Judge-Executive Van Newberry. “The building was constructed to create at least 100 jobs in the plastics industry and that’s exactly what Genova is proposing to do. Genova was founded more than 50 years ago and we hope to create a partnership that will last for Genova’s next 50 years.”

For more information on Genova Products Inc., visit www.genovaproducts.com.

Round 3: Center truss of old Ledbetter Bridge slated to come down Wednesday

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet plans to restrict westbound traffic to one lane on the new U.S. 60 Tennessee River Bridge at Ledbetter starting at 6 a.m. Wednesday.

This lane restriction for westbound traffic only is to allow KyTC personnel, area news media and the public to observe Round 3 of controlled explosive demolition on the old Ledbetter Bridge scheduled for 8 a.m. Wednesday. The contractor will be taking down the center truss that crosses the main navigation channel of the Tennessee River.

All westbound traffic along U.S. 60 on the approaches and deck of the new bridge will be moved to the left-hand or passing lane in this work zone. To maintain traffic flow for commuters there will be no stopping allowed on the bridge in this work zone and no unauthorized parking on the bridge.

Motorists who regularly travel across the new U.S. 60 Tennessee River Bridge at Ledbetter between 6 a.m. and about 9 a.m., should consider allowing extra travel time for the Wednesday morning commute as traffic congestion is likely.

Motorists should use extra caution due to personnel on the bridge in close proximity to traffic flow. There will be an enhanced enforcement presence in this work zone.

Bus incident leaves only mirrors broken

An incident with a Crittenden County school bus this afternoon left a couple of mirrors broken, but no one hurt.

Crittenden County Superintendent of Schools Vince Clark said a bus taking students home from school clipped a grain truck on Ky. 855. Clark said the side view mirrors were the only parts of the two vehicles that made contact. The mirrors were broken, but no one was hurt, Clark said.

However, during any sort of collision involving a bus, the superintendent said protocol is to send another bus out to finish transporting the students. Wayne Winters, lead bus mechanic, went to the scene and assured Clark there were no injuries.

"We always send out another bus in such a case," Clark said.

There were only six stops left on the route.

"We've taken all precautions," Clark said, "and called all the parents."

400 converge on Mexico for food, football

Austin McKinney
Junior football player Austin McKinney was one of the featured speakers at Sunday night's annual Football Fellowship at Mexico Baptist Church. 

The event drew about 400 people and included a variety of food, entertainment and spiritual enlightenment, including an NFL player's testimony and strongman performance. 

See this week's Crittenden Press printed edition for details.

Sunday, September 28, 2014

Homecoming next weekend!


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