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MACHESTER STAR-MRCURY, HARRIS COUNTY JOUINAL, MRRIWETHER VINDICATOR, TALBO'VFON NEW ERA & HOGANSVILI: HOME NEWS -APRIL 11-13, 2001 owa..00oo.00oo-00.00or THINGS 01 before April 30. 2001. (706)655-2561. (7:12,TFNc)800 HOME REPAIRS - Vinyl siding, 700-1 decks, patios, pressure washing. Call GUTTERING/BLOWN INSULA- Don Worsley (706) 846-9716, leave ..... :ETING PERSONNEL TION Seamless guttering; expert message. (4:4,11,18,25p)800 r Med=a, Inc. is now looking installation. Blown insulation. Save rketingpersonnel. Somesales oncooting/heating. Free estimates. CHAD'S LAWNSERVICE-Free q')ak Grove Country Fair ence required. Must be ener- Call Weyman Owens, 846 2818. estimates. Cuts, trim, blow, etc. self-motivated, and good with (#755 6:1 TFNc)800 Works on the weekends and in the k, iblic Taking applications now. aftemoons after school. Call (706) today. 706-846-3016. MR. HANDYMAN - Top quality work. 84643506.(4:11,18c)800 S ;t for tkpril 21 st & 22 no  Painting, sheetrock, pressure wash- '2 M-TiiI ing, many other minor repairs, and carpenter work. Call 582-3424. " (#1523"9:30 TFNc)800 Yes, yes, Oak Grove Country clothes, hand-built bird houses, just great shopping and ,rc; ;TANCE IN DAILY LIVING IS - Retired teacher confined lchair offers free housing in or partially furnished cottage tsant surroundings. Water ser- ovided, power is not. Salary able depending on individual's 0n in exchange for assistance ty living needs, light house- g and weekly shopping. 1 706-846-9134 after 4 p.m.; 55-3654 after 7 p.m. I, 18,25c)700.2 ROOM HELP- Star-Mercury ng Co. has an opening in the room for part-time help three per week. Ideal opportuni- 0Jdents. Retirees encouraged ily. Work Tuesday, Wednesday rsday. Apply at Star-Mercury ing Co., 3061 Roosevelt Hwy., er. (4:4,11,18 ,25p)700-2 ER AUTO & SALVAGE - New Parts, we buy aluminum COpper and brass. We'll haul . (706) 655-2174 (2/21- CONSTRUCTION - We do ;leling, ceramic tile, additions my repairs Call for free esti- tSBESTOS TESTING rou Worked between 1940 1974 at J.p. Stevens, Bibb, kxdy Products, Martha lills, or Thomaston Mills Toll Free "800-414-0920 No out-of-pocket expense II "t,INT RIVER tECHNICAL COLLEGE LRD0000R ime grant funded position /or Care Resource and Referral -'Y of Vt Central Ga. Prefer min- (ff Technical College Diploma in Y Childhood Care and Education. ! have gxl written and oral com- k:alion skills including good gram-  gtxd phone  oice. Needs orga- lmal and Budgetary skills, and .'rably a knowledge of computers. : be flexible and a team player. m is responsible for the quality ernent grant for family and group care htms and for planning and taring all related training for local in a ten count), area_ Will enter on COmputer, answer phones. .ctients on finding child care or admg child care and do anous ed office activities and some field k. Submit current resume to Onnel Office. Flint River Technical ege, 1533 Highway 19 South, maston, GA 30286: Application e: umil position is filled. EOE/AA HOME REMODELING - Call Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041. (11:24- TFNc)800 EXPERIENCED MOTHER will keep children in my home. Dependable and affordable. References available, first aid and CPR certified. 846-3921 (2:21-TFNc)800 GIVE YOUR HOME A FACE LIFT! Remodel, renovations, painting. Call today for free estimate. Lyons Homes, 706-672-0044 or 706-672- 0282. (6:23 TFNp)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GENER- AL CONTRACTING - Interior, exte- rior painting, hardwood floor refinish- ing, pressure washing, deck care. Minor home repairs. 706 655-9051; beeper 1-800-827-6858, pin number 9885. (1:26 TFNc)800 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR - In home service. For more information, call 846 9136. (2:23-TFNc)800 EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shrub installation, mowing, tnm- ming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. Call Mark Hood 706.663-4757; Cell: 415-0775. (3:I-TFNc)800 DELOACH CONSTRUCTION repairs, remodeling, additions and new homes. Call (706) 672-9169. If no answer please leave a message and phone number. (4:12-TFNc)8(X:) FOWLER'S CONSTRUCTION add tions, buildings, remodeling, water damage, decks & patios. (706) 846- 3136 or cell (706) 302-3616. (1/3- "rFNc)800 REMOVE UGLY STUMPS and tum them into useful wood chips. Also tree removal and trimming - Call Rasch Stump Removal. (706) 628- 4055. (9:13 TFNc) QUALITY PLUMBING- at an affordable price. Residenll, corn- mercial and repairs. Call 706-655- 3427. (11:8-TFNc)800 VINYL REPLACEMENT - Wkxlows installed by local insured contractor. Home remodeling, licensed electri- cal and plumbing. 553-5577; cell 656- 3701. (1:24-TFNc)800 dCYREE ENTERPRISES- Shop our website, safety, security and self- defense products http://safety.ecx- mall.com/cyree/We accept major credit cards.. (3:7,14,21,28; 4:4,11,18,25nc)800 ROOTER'S TRACTOR SERVICE AND LAWN CARE - Bush-hoggh, garden plowing and general lawn malnten.ance. Free estimate. Quality work. 706-846-5574. Dewayne Cook. (3:21,28;4:4,1 lp)800 T D TRENCHING SERVICE - Install water service line and drain line. Free estimates. Before you rent, call us 628-9916, Danny Hood. (3:21,28;4:4,11c)800 LACKEY'S LAWN SERVICE Commercial and residential. Free esmates. Mowing, mulching, trim- ruing, flower beds, etc. CaM 846-8635. (4:4,11,18,2513)800 Start your own business today! DAN-I00JC HOMES _ is currently seeking UCENSED PLUMBING CONTRACTORS for the Troup, Meriwether & Heard Cmmty area. LONG TERM COMMITMENT NEEDED. 00OTENTIAL BUSINESS RELATIONSHIP $100,000+ ANNUALLY. Contractors must supply Copy of license and references. Serious inquires only. Please apply to: You may E-mail your news, photographs or items of interest to: starmercury@earthlink.c.m DAN-RIC HOMES 89 Durand Road LaGrange, GA 30241-2586 800-741-2512 Ext. 222 706-883-3478 There's a New Rule for School Starting August 1, 2001 all children entering the 6th grade will be required to have the chickenpox vaccination or proof of immunity. Proof of measles immunity has been a requirement for children enter- ing 6th grade since 1994. The vaccines may be given as MMR (combined antigens) or as measles (single antigen). A new certificate is not needed. Documentation can be obtained on Form 3189. For more information or to get the Form 3189, contact your local Health Department or your doctor. Vaccinate your children early and beat the back to school rush! F/int Tech Offers Work Program Flint River Technical College's New Connections to Work program will offer a Job Readiness course on April 16- 18. The class will be held at the college's main campus from 6:00 - 7:30 p.m. and it is avail- able for any single parent, dis- placed homemaker, or individ- ual in search of skilled training. Resume/application prepara- tion, interviewing and employ- ability skills, and work ethics will all be covered. For more information, con- tact the New Connections to Work office at 706 646-6224 or 1-800-752-9681. Kid's Basketball Can00 Available Applications are now being evaluated for the Ten Star All Star Summer Basketball Camp. Boys, ages 8 - 19, and Girls ages 10 - 19, can apply. Players are selected by invitation only. Past partici- pants include Michael Jordan, Tim Duncan, Vince Carter, Jerry Stackhouse, Grant Hill, Bobby Hurley, Antawn Jamison, Christian Laettner, Tom Gugliotta and .Trajan l.angdon. College Basketball Scholarships are possible for players named to the All American Team. For an evalua- tion form call (704) 568-6801 any- time. Kid's Fishing Rodeo at RWSIR The Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation will host its eighth annual Fishing Rodeo for ages 15 and under on Saturday, April 28, beginning at 9 a.m. Sponsored by RWSIR in con- junction with Georgia's Division of Natural Resources and the Warm Springs Chapter of the Georgia Rehabilitation Association, the competition will again take place on the banks of 12-acre lake Dream, which is located near the northwest cor- ner of the Roosevelt Institute. Each competitor must pro- vide his or her own fishing equip- ment and be accompanied by at least one adult for every three children. The fishing will end at 12 noo Contestants will be divided into the following age groups: six and under, seven to 10 and 11 to 15, and each age division will be assigned a specific area on the lake. No live minnows or boats will be allowed and contestants may keep up to l0 fish each (eat- fish and bream only). Prizes will be presented in each age division. Registration will be free and the pre-registration deadline is April 20. For additional informa- tion or to sign up, call Brent Norris at 706/655-5726. Registration forms will also be available at local elementary schools and can be mailed to Norris at RWSIR, P.O. Box 1000, Warm Springs, GA 31830. Fair is still going and growing strong. The Oak Grove Country Fair has been revamped and will be bigger and better than ever! Over 100 vendors and skilled artisans will be on hand for the spring show Saturday, April 21 and Sunday, April 22. Fair promoters, Marvin Gardner, Carolyn Thompson, Bennett Floyd and Judy Murphy explain that Oak Grove has been totally revamped this year. The grounds have been updated and over 100 vendors are booked to make this fair the very best in West Central Georgia. signs, plaques, hand-crafted leather products and so much more will be available. And if dad or hubby is not a shopper, they can pull up a log and a plate full of peas, turnip greens, and fried chicken with a side of fried green tomatoes or try some of Wayne's BBQ ribs or chicken. And for dessert, maybe some homemade ice cream or funnel cakes or some fudge pup- pies would "hit the spot" or maybe try some fresh squeezed lemon- ade with a blooming onion. Pork skins or fresh fruit, Oak Grove will have it all! STEP BACK IN time to a real "Old-Fashioned Country Fair," located just a ray of sunshine from Callaway Gardens, beauti- ful Pine Mountain and the Wild Animal Park! There will be arti- sans demonstrating, shopping galore, great country cooking, and wonderful entertainment. Come shop for hand-crafted gold and sterling jewelry, water- color and oil paintings, handmade furniture, handmade woodwork, antiques and collectibles, hand- sewn clothing and crafts. Azaleas, ferns, many live plants, hand- made bath products, children's ENTERTAINMENT WILL include many different types of music, clogging, and the Stars and Stripes Dance Studio will be on hand for an exposition, along with male and female vocalists - and Hay, "The King" is scheduled to perform on Saturday (and he ain't nothing but a hound dog). Local Elvis impersonator Jerry Teasley will be doing a tribute to Elvis and, of course, there will be lots and lots of children's attractions (something for all ages). So, mark your calendar for April 21 and 22 to come spend a peaceful day in the country or 00Ararm Springs Spring Fling Sat., 00.00.pril 14 th The village of Warm Springs invites you to our Armual Spring Fling on Saturday, April 14th from 10:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. Observe local artists and craftsmen while they turn ordi- nary materials into works of art. Take a step back in time to the 1940s when life was simpler with antique cars, merchants dressed in period costumes, great enter- tainment and more! EXPERIENCE UNIQUE shopping in our year 'round spe- cialty stores - each with a flavor of their own. Delight in down home country cooking, BBQ and your favorite desserts! Children will marvel at the story of Peter Rabbit at Trudy's Bookstore- 11:00 am. and delight in our Easter Egg Hunt at 2:00 p.m. in the Old Bullochville Courtyard. Come early and see.history in the re-making. April 12th in Warm Springs marks the 56th anniver- sary of the death of our 32nd President, Franklin D. Roosevelt. The Honorable Roy Barnes, Governor of Georgia, will pay tribute to the late President in a commemorative ceremony at the Little White House at 2:00 p.m. on April 12th. Admission is free. CONTINUE THE celebra- tion! On Saturday, April 14th, the Little White House will present "Celebrate the Succession of the American Presidency" at various time intervals. Dr. Tom Wentland and Del Jackson will portray Franklin D. Roosevelt and Harry S. Truman in a performance that will dramatize the evening of March 29, 194S when l:DR board- ed the train for his last trip to Warm Springs. il . For additional mformatmn contact the Warm Springs Welcome Center at 1-800-337- 1927. Master Travis StricMand, Jr. March 25, 2001 Travis Lamar Strickland, Jr. and Rebecca Alora Strickland of Pine Mountain are pleased to announce the arrival of their baby brother William Pearsoa Strickland. Pearson was born Sunday, March 25, 2001 at 11:19 p.m. at The Medical Center in Columbus. He weighed seven pounds, seven and one-half ounces and was 20 inches long. His proud family includes mom and dad Travis and Natalie Strickland; grandparents, Felton and Gall Knight of Warm Springs and Tom and Ginny Strickland of LaGrange. Great-grandparents are Wtllene Walker of Woodland, Retha Knight of Warm Springs, . Tom and Bernice Strickland of LaGrange, Bob and Barbara Cocklin of Pine Mountain and Wallace Guthrie of Pine Mountain. food. We are located on the: )L Grove Road, just off Highway 2 north of Pine Mountain. Call 706-663-5900 for gener al information. PINE MOUNTAIN "5 AUCTION CENTER, LLCt! Pine Mountain, GA GAL #2651 t AUCTION[- 1st & 3rd I i of Each Month i Sunday 2:00 PM -- ! (Please Note: There will be no sale l i on the Third Sunday due to Easter; l i The Next Auction will be Sunday, I i AntJqua and quality  furniture, I / Ill TECHNICAL COLLEGE WELDING TECHNOLOGY INSTRUCI00R Full-time. A high school diploma or a GED and a completion of a program of preparation in welding technology. Three years full-time. paid, infield work experience. Responsible for the daily operation of a welding classroom and labora- tory and to teach welding technolo- gy courses. Submit current resume to Personnel Office, Flint River Technical College, 1533 Highway 19 South, Tnomaston, GA 30286. Application deadline: until position is filled. EOE/AA III I IIIIIIII I CHEI00/OUT 000000'THESE JOBS ,/Production (t pay, heavy ing) ,/Machine Operator ,/Welder - rig ,/Office Manager (Word, ExceJ. 0eta oriented) / Janitorial (Heavy Lifting) 4 Forklift Drivers (All sfts) / Office Assistant (ExceJent Pho &  Senme Sktls) ,/Engineer (BA in Chemistry) / Administrative Assistant CHASE STAFFING 20 Baker Rd., Suite 10 Newts_n, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax 770-252-2421 www.jobs@ chasestaffing.com SREGIAL JUllrO RNAligI PARI(WAY 1327 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange, 6A (7061882-2990 AMITSUBISHt MITSUBISHI Wake o. and Drive HOTORS IIII I I IIII III/I /