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4"--HOGANSVILLE HERALD--THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1999 PUSH, PULL OR DRAG We want your trade. Earn top dollar for your old home and fall in love with one of ours. 706-685-3300. (#191*II:12-TFNp)I A DOLLAR AND A DEED And pick out a home. 1-800-687-0190 or 706-685-3302. (#192*I1:12-TFNp)1 6. FOR SALE Miscellaneous H.U.D. APPROVED HOUSING Now taking applications on 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. 706-685-3300; 1-800- 6788-0190. (#1gg*ll:12-TFNp)l TURNED DOWN FOR A HOME OF YOUR OWN? Talk to the bank. Guaranteed approv- als, easy and quick. 706-685-3300. (#189*ll:I2-TFNp)1 HOUSE WITH A YARD Nice 3 bedroom, 2 hath with land- scaped yard and pets welcome. Owner will finance with small down payment. Call 706-685-3300. (#190*11:12-TFNp) l GOOD CREDiT/BAD CREDIT We can help. 1-800-678-0190.$1,000.00 down payment assistance. (#193*II:I2-TFNp)l RENT TO OWN 2 Br, 1 Be, $175.00 per month. For information call 1-800-678-0190. (#194*II:I2-TFNp)l 7. AUTOS & M()TORCYCLES RENTERS WANTED Now filling 3 and 4 bedrooms. Small deposit. Ready to set up on your land or mine. 706-685-3300. (#187*11:12-TFNp)2 FOR SALE Rye seed for sale. Cleaned, treated and bagged. Call 1-334-448-6350. (#223-H*10:30-TFNp)6 FACTORY CI.OSEOUT! Must make room for incoming inven. tory. Arch Steel B uildings 16x20, 25x25, 30x40. Financing available. Great for backyard shops and garages. Call im- mediately 1-800-341.7007. (#$-H*l:28;2:4p)6 FOR SALE '93 Saturn station wagon. Looks great, runs perfectly. Need fast sale. $5,000. LaGrange, 706-884-1063. (#7-H*1:28c)7 I !. ItECREATIONAI. VElliCLES 18. ItELP P/ANTED (Full-Time) 1st end 2nd MortgPges * Pay High Rate Credit Cards Brick - Frame. Double Wides with Land Pay Out of Bankruptcy Condos & 2 to 4 Family Dwellings Less "nmo Perfect Credit OK Non-owner Occupied Proper,ms Free Quotes To You On Phone Mixed Use Pmperlms No Apldication Fees Up Front Debt Consolidalions 10 to 30 Yem Trms Available Home Improvement Loans Rates Sub)ect to Change Payments b as much as 1/2 Some Restrictions EXAMPLE LOANS AT 8% RATE AMbUNT 180 MONTHS 360 MONTHS $ !0,000.00 $96.56 N/A $20.000.00 $191.13 $146.7( $30,000.00 $266.70 $220.11 $5,0,000.00 $477.83 $366.88 $'5,000.O0 $716.74 $550.32 (LOANS FROM $10,000 to $500,00e.00) 318 N rthsid riv " n " 14 - A ii iii EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES NEWNAN. PEACHTREE CITY, AND SOUTH FULTON CO. AREAS LOOKING TO MAKE A NEW START  HERE IT IS 19. tlELP WANTED ( l'art.Time) We are a growing progressive highway contractor seeking Asphalt Distributor operators, Water Truck Drivers/Fuel Truck Drivers for asphalt paving crew. We are also looking for asphalt paver operators, break down roller operators, and screed operators with electronic grade control experience. With the continued growth in the Atlanta area, our business is expanding and we are looking to expand our work force. The driver positions do require a CDL license with a Haz-Mat 1. Preference will be given to those with asphalt paving experience. We offer competitive wages, a medical/ dental plan, life, disability and a very attractive 401-k plan. Interested parties can apply at the Tyrone office or fax your resume to 770-487-0376. 29. I,()()K AT Tills Couch Construction, L.P. 218 Rockwood Rd. Tyrone, GA 30290 Attn: Human Resources 770-487-6206 ext. 105 770-487-6200 EOE nYf/ecJv FOR SALE 1994 Winnebago Elante 34' MIR home. Loaded, very low miles. Call 912-887- 3820. (#218-H*12:31 thru 1:28p)11 VICE PRESIDENT SALES $100 - 125K base + bonus. Specialty vehicles. Wichita recruiting firm has leading national manufacturing client with immediate need fnr Vice Presi- dent Sales of specialty vehicles at Florida based location. Responsible primarily for direct sales network of regional and district sales managers, plus a dealer network. Position is high profile with industry's leader and re- quires college degree and background at same or similar level with vehicular manufacturing sales background. O nly those with qualified credentials need apply and for confident ial review, con- tact John Heidebrecht, one of nation's premier headhunters, anytime includ- ing evening:; and weekends or send resume: Heidebrecht & Associates, 7634 E. 2Aitln N., Wichita, KS 56226. Tel: 316-682-4040/Fax 316-682-4044. (#6-H*l:28p) 18 LIBRARY ASSISTANT Part-time library assistant (19 hours weekly) at Hogansville Library. i)u- ties: Circulation desk, shelving, and assisting patrons. Working evenings, Saturdays, and computer knowledge required. Applications accepted through February 9th. Apply in per- son to Ms. Gottshall, Branch Manager. (#4-H* 1:28 ;2:4c) 19 WANTED 5 homes in your county to demonst rate and advertise premium vinyl siding and replacement windows Save hundreds $$$. No gimmicks Satisfaction guaranteed. Call now to qualify 24 hoursa day. 1-800-403-0477. (#3-H*I-14-TFNp)3 PUBLIC HEARING The following reresents the Monthly Zoning Agenda of requests to be considered by the Troup County Board of Zoning Appeals & Planning Commission (BOZAPC) meeting on February 11, 1999 at 10:00 a.m. and the Troup County Board of Commissioners (BOC) meeting on February 16 at 9:00 a.m. Both meetings will be held in the Commissioners Chambers located at 900 Dallis Street, LaGrange, GA. All written and oral comments are invited concerning this matter. For more information call (706) 883-1650 Appellanrs Name & Prtmert v Lo;ation Board & 1) Paul Clay Replacement of mobile home on 1.11 acre BOZAPC 307 Hines Rd. tract fronting on Hines Rd. February 11, 1999 Hogansville, GA 30230 10:00 a.m 2) Wayne Ribron To place mobile home on 14 acres BOZAPC Old Hutchinson Mill Rd. fronting on Old Hutchinson Mill Rd. February 11, 1999 LaGrange, GA 30240 10:00 a.m 3) Virginia Battle To place 2 mobile homes on BOZAPC South Kight Dr. parcels fronting on South Kight Dr. February 11, 1999 LaGrange, GA 30240 10:00 am. 4) Frederick Chamberlin To allow 11' side yard variance BOZAPC East Indian Bluff from the required 20' side yard February 11, 1999 LaGrange, GA 30240 setback to construct residence 10:00 a.m. 5) Louise Steele Home occupation to operate BOZAPC 316 Bartley Rd. computer imaging & silk screening February 11, 1999 LaGrange, GA 30240 business at 316 Bartley Rd. 10:00 a.m. SUBDIVISION REVIEW Preliminary & Final Plats Langford Place Subdivision 10 Lots Langford Rd./Roanoke Rd. No Bonds Required 2) Ashton Place, Final Plat Terra Services, Inc. 15 Lots Webb Rd/Reed Rd. No Bonds Required Georgia Law requires that all parties who have made campaign contributions to any member of the Troup County Board of Commissioners in excess of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) within two (2) years immediately preceding the filing of any of the following rezoning requests, and who desire to appear at the public hearing in opposition to rzoning application shall, at least five (5) days prior to the public hearing file a campaign contribution report with the Troup County Building, Zoning & Planning Department. i COUNTY EXTENSION NEWS By Susan Wetherington First Things First Recently, I was reading informa- tion from the University of Nebraska Cooperative Extension Service that used a Stephen Covey story to make a point. It seems in "First Things First", Stephen Covey tells about an illus- tration that one of his associates saw at a seminar. The seminar presenter pulled out a wide-mouth gallon jar and placed it next to a pile of fist- sized rocks. After filling the jar to the top with rocks, he asked, "Is the jar full?" The group re- plied, "Yes." He then got some gravel from under the table and added it to the jar. The speaker jiggled the jar until Ihe gravel filled the spaces between the rocks. Again, he asked, "Is the jar full'?" This time, the group replied, "Probably not." The speaker then added some sand and asked, "Is the jar full? .... No!" shouted the group. Finally the speaker filled the jar to the brim with water and asked the group the point of this illustration. Someone replied that you could al- ways fit more things into your life if "you really work at it." "No," coun- tered the speaker. The point is, if you don't put the big rocks in first," ...would you ever have gotten any of them in?" As you start the new year, think of I the "big rocks" in your life as things you can do to make thi 111 healthier and happier year for y self and others, Some big rocks might be: exer ing more often; eating additional cium foods; trying some new v etables; getting more sleep; start! to lift weights;' spending added ti with family and friends; doing vole Antioch Baptist Begins AWANA Program ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHURCH began an AWANA program Antioch Baptist Church's AWANA (Approved Workmen Are Not Ashamed) ministry. The AWANA program is a program designed to help churches reach boys, girls, and teenagers ages 3-18. For some time Antioch has had a program on By Pastor Wesley Boatman "Praise God from whom all bless- ings flow." Truly, that can be the song of Antioch Baptist Church. Over the last several months God has richly blessed Antioch with the salvation of souls and the sparks of revival fires. On January 20th, God answered anotherprayer of his people, for that was the night God saw fit to begin teer work in your community; re ing inspirational literature. As you make choices this year , ,, 11 . . yes to your btg rocks first. D0 .It feel you need to explain each "f when the smaller gravel and sand '1 to fill your time. z, "No" can be a complete sentena;;; ire; i.M ee ing ch,: rlle r. / r r( Wednesday night for the you)eg people, but God placed a burden  er the heart of the congregation to 4 more to reach the youth of our tow iF[ Last Wednesday evening, that b den and dream was realized when i t!11 precious souls met in the Dolly bull he ing for the fu'st club night. ty At the heart of the program ion scripturememory,whichisreinforct 6 a through a system of awards. Clubb aFa l'is work through a senes of handboo designed to reach them with the G0 ! au pel and to train them to serve 7hri);Chri taa 't program is not only challeng'en Ir pri: but also fun. visi The people at Antioch believe l rni only hope the children of today h  "I-] is in knowing the Lord Jesus as I11 line personal Saviorand then serving hi tci Pastor Wesley Boatman, Bro. PaW P a Banner (AWANA Commander) al all the faithful people who have gi themselves to reach the children l our community, give you and y ax children a special invitation to I: ans part of this exciting ministry. ! C] The AWANA club meets evil her Wednesday from 6:45-8:15 atlin [ church. All the children and yot people meet in the Dolly building[ at I 6:45 for opening ceremonies, thenP Z[ to their classes. We invite you! bring your c.hildren for AWAN/ and stay for the Wednesday event he prayer meeting. If you would li Vlar more information,call 637-6625.'I aw; church is located at 1130 Blue Crc or Road just outside the city 5. Hogansville. Antioch also has a live radio bro,' he cast at 9:00 a.m. Sunday on WTI AM 620, Sunday School at 10:( her :eb: with the worship services being 15. 11:00 and 6:00. You have a spec 'or invitation to come and worship wl L the people of Antioch Baptist Ch  Callaway Cavaliers Roll log Last weeR was a big week for  lot Callaway round ball players. He !m: are the re, suits: 'vet Tuesday Lady Cavs Bremen Callaway Bremen Friday Lady Cavaliers Heard Co. Squaws Callaway Heard Braves Saturday Lady Cavaliers Troup Co. Callaway Troup Co. EIGHTY-SIX MEMBERS MET IN THE DOLLY BUILDING for the first club night. 00k00/LtKE AN EAGLE/ The U. S. Postal Service Thanks You! UNITED STATES POSTAL SERVICE Customer Appreciation Day WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 3RD FROM 8:30AM -- IO-30AM HOGANSVILLE POST OFFICE Bray Thomas was high point Callaway asainst Troup with points.