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LCHESTER STAR-MERCURY, HARRIS COUNTY JOURNAL,  VINDICATOR, TaLBOTON NEW ERA, HOGANSVn J,. HOME NEWS - JUNE 5-7, 2002 I of the following pro- Food Stamps; Child TANF and Medicaid. of a high school or equivalency diploma, one of the following: of a Bachelor&apos;s accredited cot- t0r university OR comple- 90 quarter hours (60 at an accredit- of higher learning of full time (or involved customer years as a Family Case DFCS OR equivalent service agency. NOTE: may substitute for as equiv- e high school or gener- diploma is EOE. Criminal back- and dmg screen- If special acoorn- required for inter- advise at time of Submit State of application to: Ann 17234 Roosevelt , GA30222. Deadline . (6:5c)7oo-1 INDEPENDENCE MANAGER II County DFCS is for a Family Manager II Under coordinates of a full-range or eCor0mic support AND HOME PACKAGES Interest Rates as Sito-BuiH Loans down We do: & Grading & Septic Tanks in affordable + Payment. Land or Ours Homes at Prices. Home Less Money, Buddys Ibis ad for savings. employability services to DFCS clients. MINIMUM QUAUFICA- TIONS: Completion of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university AND one year of experience at a level equivalent to Family Independent Case Manager I in DFCS or equivalent social sew- ice agency. NOTE: Experience may substitute for education if evaluated as equivalent. EOE. Criminal background check and drug screening required. If spe- cial accommodations are required for interview please advise at time of application. Submit State of Georgia appli- cation to: Ann Estes, 17234 Roosevelt Highway, Greenville, GA 30222. FAX # 706-672-4342. Deadline 6/11/02. (6:5c)700-1 REWARDING JOB OPPOR- TUNITY - Full me, part time, or PRN dental hygienist needed for established practice in Manchester seeking profession- als who like the challenge of a diverse practice and the ability to provide the highest level of care for our patients. Benefits include uniforms, retirement plan, and continuing education allowance. Compensation is negotiable and is based on the schedule you want to work. Fax resume to 706-846-9182 or mail to Dr. Richard L. Oustey, P.O. Box 430, Manchester, GA31816 or call 706-846-8404 day or 706- 846-3082 after 6:30 p.m. (6:5c)7OO-1 PIANISTIORGANIST - Wanted: an experienced pianist and/or organ for Sunday services and occasional special services or functions for the First Presbyterian Church of ManchesterWarm Springs.Must be dependable, rellabte and punctual Please call 706-674-2290 between the hours of 6:00 p.m. and 9:00 p.m. or send resume to P.O. Box 175, Woodland, GA 31836. (3:6- TFNc) 700-2 PRESSROOM ASSISTANT - Star-Mercury Publishing Company has an opening in the pressroom for a mechanically inclined individual who can work well with others in the produc- tion and distribution of newspa- pers. This will be a part-time posi- tion working Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Duties are various dealing with the pnnting, inserting, labeling and possible distribution of our weekly newspapers. Apply at Star-Mercury Publishing Company, 3051 Roosevelt Hwy. (Warm Spnngs Highway), Manchester Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (4:24TFN)700-2 DRWER NEEDED- Manchester resident needs driver to get to doctors appointments in Columbus and LaGrange and shopping in Manchester. Must have good driving record and be able to provide references. Call 8460296 to discuss applicatn. (5:29; 6:5p)700-2 HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED - 2 days a week. References required. $7.00 per hour. Call 706-846-8584. (6:5c)700-2 EARN INCOME FROM HOME Your own businessl Mail order/Intemet. Full training & support. Free info. Dreamtimelsnow.com (800) 935-5041. (5:22,29; 6:5c)700-3 EARN INCOME PT/FT- Around your schedule. Home-besed business. Free booklet. Full training, www.trophylife.com EST 3888"253"1834" (8:5' 12'19c)700" Mobile Homes "1708 28O ByI PHENIX CITY, AL (334) 298-1211 ZERO MONEY DOWNI Best Deal no  down (WC.). Can for details. DOWN PAYMENT ASSISTANCE MONEY AVAILABLE AT BEST DEAL HOMES. Get a new home wi land foe no  down (/.A.C.). LAND/HOME PACKAGE S . Call for information, locations and easy pre qualircatJon. 100 GOVERNMENT LOANS AVAILABLE! First-come. first-serve+ Easy qumng RR.T-TIMIF HOMI RtlYIER! Home loans available with little to no money down and little to no credit required, Call for more information and easy pm qualcaUon. ZERO MONEY DOWN Now avail- able at Best Deal Homes. Call for more infomnation. FORECLOSURE SALE Investment Opportunity" Tuesday, July 2, 2002 1:45 PM riwether County Courthouse 122 Bray Road Woodbury, Georgia 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath Minimum Bid: $5,244.00 Non-Refundable Downpayment Required on Sale Date Information Call: W.C. Blackmon (770) 253-2555 Credit Application 0n%ine at www.parkwaymils.c0m DYNAMIC BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY - Good income. Hot markets. NO door-to-door sales. Free no obligation infor- mation, www.givefreedom.com 888-230-3962. (6:5,12,19c)700- 3 LANIER AUTO & SALVAGE - New and used parts, e buy alu- minum cans, copper and brass. We'll haul your junk. (706) 655- 2174. (2:21-TFNc)800 GUTTERING/1BLOWN INSU- LATION - Seamless guttenng; expert installation. Blown insu- lation. Save on cooling/heating. Free estimates. Call Weyman Owens, 846-2818. " (6:I- TFNc)800 HOME REMODEUNG - Call Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041. ( 11:24-TFNc)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GEN- ERAL CONTRACTING interior, exterior painting, hard- wood floor refinishing, pressure washing, deck care. Minor home repairs. 706-655-9051; beeper 1-800-827-6858, pin number 9885. (1:26-TFNc)800 EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shrub installation, mew- ing, tnmming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free esti- mates. Call Mark Hood, 706- 663-4757; cell: 41 5-0775. (3:I- TFNc)800 FOWLER'S CONSTRUCTION - Additions, buildings, remodel- ing, water damage, decks & patios. (706) 846-3136 or cell (706) 302-3616. (I:3-TFNc)8(X) QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at an affordable price. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706-655-3427. (11:8-I'FNc)800 HOME REMODELING - Vinyl replacement windows, vinyl sid- ing. Licensed electrical and plumbing. Call 553-5305 or (cell) 706-249-1994. (5:16-TFNc)800 SIMON FISHER'S LAWN CARE & LANDSCAPING - All types of lawn care, landscaping, laying sod, tractor work, bush- hogging and spnnkler systems. Ph: 1-706-553-5700 or 1-706- 647-0008. Dependable service at reasonable rates. (11:21- TFNc)800 CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING - DuBose Carpet Cleaning. Call 846-9136 for free estimate. (2:13-TFNc)800 DUKES' LAWNS & GARDENS - Springtime is here! Lawn main- tenance and installation. Anything you want. 25 years experience. 553-5533. (2:20- "rFN nc)800 YARD SERVICES & MAINTE- NANCE- General lawn care and maintenance. Call Allen at 706- 846-5399 or 706-846-5202. (4:17-TFNp)800 NEED TRACTOR WORK? We cut hay and bale, bushhog, plow and box blade. Also sub-soiling, fence work and driveways. Front-end loader. Call David Scott (706) 628-5278. (4:24- TFNc)S00 LACKEY'S LAWN SERVICE - Commercial and residential. Mowing, trees & shrubs, instal- lafn flower beds, mulching, roof & gutter cleaning. Free esti- mates. Call (6:5,12,19,26p)800 900 LOST & REWARD - I am a lost Beagle named Daisy. My owners love me and I know they miss me. If you can help them find me, please call 706-628-4153. There is a $100.00 reward. (5:29; 6:5<:)900 !o t ! ,000 .... OTHER INVESTMENT CLUB - Seeking + several people in the Harris County area to form a small stock investment club. Call B. Owens, . : Ellerslie, GA, 568-7433. (1:16- TFNc)1000 ATTENTION VETERANS AND WIDOWS OF VETERANS- Call . today to learn about supple- mental funding for assisted liv- ing. We can help you with your .. eses. Take advantage of a Ihefit you or your spouse : already eamed. Call 655-2588, ask for Maria or Janet. (3:6- TFNc)1000 Enjoy Boating, But Stress Safety Go jump in a lake - boating season is here! Memorial Day weekend often is seen as the official kickoff to the summer boating season and thousands of boaters will head to Georgia's lakes and rivers to celebrate. Last year there were 130 boat- ing accidents and nine boating accident related fatalities according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD). WRD Conservation Rangers also issued more than 324 boating under the influ- ence (BUI) citations. Both WRD and the Red Cross urge boaters to follow safeW tips and know state boating laws in an effort to avoid such situations. "This is the first big boating weekend of the summer, so we expect the waterways to be very busy," says WRD Lt. Col. Terry West, Georgia's Boating Law Administrator. "As with the rest of the year, Conservation Rangers will strictly enforce all boating laws in an effort to keep everyone safe on the water." WRD offers the following safety rules for boaters and PWC operators: *Wear your life jacket. Nine out of 10 drowning victims did not. Children under 10 years of age are required by law to wear a life jacket while on board a moving boat. *Don't drink and boat. Half of all boating fatalities involve alcohol. The boat's movement, vibration, noise, sun, glare and wind often produce "boater's hypnosis," so alcohol can affect people much more rapidly on the water. *Don't overload your boat with people or equipment. Check the capacity plate on the boat that indicates the max- imum weight capacity or the maximum number of people that the boat can safely carry. *Know before you go. Get a weather forecast. While underway, observe current conditions and keep a sharp eye out for changing weather patterns. -Brush up on your boating safety knowledge. Take a boat- ing safety course. There are three easy ways for boat oper- ators to take a course in Georgia - in a classroom, on the Internet at www.boated.com, or through a home study course + ++ ,+ 5 that can be ordered either on the Internet at www.boated.com , 846-35. or by catltr 1O8. -. JOHN'S LAWN SERVICE - Tree trimming, light carpentry work. Prornpt service. My work is guar- anteed Home: 706-655-2208; mobile: 706-656-2729. (6:5,12p)800 TRACTOR WORK - Gardens, drain drilling, bush hogging, field work, deer plots, driveways scraped/graveled, lease man- agement. Frank Garrett 706- 628-4271 (after 6 p.m.) (6:5,12p)800 TUTORING AVAILABLE - K-6 grades, all subjects. Also: dog sitting available. Call Nancy/Ashley (706) 846-5489. (6:5,12p)800 MOBILE HOME REPAIR- Lawn service, lawn mower repair, refloonng, roof repair, pressure washing, plumbing, electrical and leveling. Call Handy Man at 706-846-8323. (6:5- TFNc)800LOST BEAGLE - SPECIALAUTO FINANCE SUPER CENTER lizing In ishino Your, to , 1 ImanOe, GA () - Wae Up and Drive PARKWAY MITSUBISHI Sponsors, Volunteers Sought + To Help Clean Up Rivers Georgia has more than 70,100 miles of rivers and streams that need help to stay clean. "Rivers Alive," Georgia's Eleventh Annual River Cleanup, stands poised to do just that - but they need your help. While the statewide cleanup is not sched- uled to happen until October 2002, cleanup organizers and sponsors are needed now. The mission of "Rivers Alive" is to create awareness of and involvement in the preservation of Georgia's water resources. This year's event is expected to be the state's largest single volunteer effort to beautify Georgia's water resources. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages sportsmen's clubs, civic groups, church groups, businesses and interested citi- zens to organize a cleanup in their area. Cleanups need to be registered by July 22 in order to be listed on the back of this year's Rivers Alive t-shirt "The River Cleanup is one of the most important events in this state," said Harold Reheis, Director of DNR Environmental Protection Division. "Not only do we remove thousands of pounds of debris from the rivers, but we edu- cate and inform the citizens of Georgia about the importance of maintaining our river systems." During the 2001 River Cleanup, more than 18,000 volun- teers participating in 100 local cleanups removed 120,000 pounds of trash and garbage from state waterways. The goal for this year is to have 125 local cleanups with more than 20,000 volunteers. The Rivers Alive board has made organizing a cleanup easier by including everything needed on their web site - www.riversalive.org. Items that can be found include a reg- istration form for event organizers, a river cleanup guide booklet, maps and detailed contact information so that vol- unteers can find your event and links to your cleanup infor- mation from the Rivers Alive web site. In addition, there is a long list of cleanup organizers that can provide assistance. Sponsors also are needed to make this cleanup a success. The Rivers Alive committee is seeking statewide corporate sponsorships in the amount of $3,000 - $5,000. This money helps cover the cost of the Rivers Alive t shirts and banners that are produced. To volunteer to organize a local cleanup effort or to obtain more information about the statewide campaign, call 1-888- 373-5947 or go to www.riversalive.org. ;+ Forest Stewardship Plans Available There is more to a forest than just trees. For many landowners, the other benefits provided by woodlands, such as hunting, wildlife observation, or enjoying the recreation- al and aesthetic opportunities found in a forest, are as impor- tant (or more so) than the production of commercial timber. Since management to enhance one resource can often be detrimental to others, a landowner interested in wisely man- aging ag his woodland resources may be at a loss. A program to assist landowners in practicing wise, mul- tiple-use management is now available to the public. Wise management practices produce multiple uses and benefits of the natural resources under a landowner's control. Important Forest Stewardship goals include conserving soil and water, managing timber, providing plant and animal habi- tats. Landowners desiring to have a Forest Stewardship Plan prepared for their property, or who would like more infor- marion on this program, should contact the local office of the Georgia Forestry Commission at 706-672-4228.