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..__MANCHESTER STAR-MERcuRY, HARRIS CobrY JOURNAL, MmRIWETHER VINDICATOR, TALBOTTON NEW ERA, HOGANS HOME NEWS - JUNE 12-14, 2002 15- 9a.m.to6 p.m. ,=very day. (6:12p)400 SALE - Saturday, June 15 at the Piggly Wiggly parking 10t, 8 a.m. - 2 p.m. Something 10r everyone. Sponsored by the Social Cntters of Antioch Baptist Church. (6:12 nc)400 600 ANIMALS BEAGLE AT STUD 706-628-5581. (4:11-TFN UA PUPPIES - 3 rnalechihuahua puppies for sale. 846-9728. (6:12c)600 MINIATURE DACHS- IKIND. Male, 7 months old, Io0.00. 846-8720. (6:12c)600 700 HELP WANTED OR NURSE'S ASSlS- will train. Nursing Home. Call McCharque, 770-884- 700-1 Needed at Alvista 3-11 full-time posi- Goodben- Kight at 706-672- 12:19-TFNc)700.1 is looking for a few good ight attitude and I to be trained. No exped- I in person Ford, 1011 Hwy. North, Thomaston. (1:16- - Needed at Molena Home. All shifts, full and Please call Wanda ue, 770-884-5138. 700-1 EST Mobile Bypass AL 298-1211 MONEY DOWN PACKAGESI IMPROVEMENTS ALL NO MONEY DOWN CALL FOR DETAILS. FOR LAND/HOME AT BEST DEAL CALL (334) 298-1211. PACKAGES. DN LOCATIONS STILL FIRST-COME, SERVE. EASY QUALI- ReeFERS Experienced reefers needed. 846-5256. (5:22,29; 6:5,12c)700-1 MEAT CUTTER - $13.00+ per hour. 1 yr. exp, 401 K, great work- ing environment. Come join our team with over 80 yrs. in the busi- ness. Crook's Marketplace, Senoia. 770-599-8600. (6:5,12,19(:)700-1 CHURCH SECRETARY - First Baptist Chumh in Manchester has an opening for a church sec- retary (staff assistant). Should be neat in appearance, have a pleasant personality, and ability to deal with people. Must have computer skills, organizational abilities, bookkeeping knowl- edge and a good work ethic. Good starting salary with fnnge benefits for the nght person. Forty hour work week Monday - Fnday. Call the church for an appointment at 706-846-2601, or mail resume to P.O. Box 528, Manchester, GA 31816. (6:5- TFN nc)700-1 ATrENTIONi DRIVER TRAINEES NEEDED! Make big bucks driving big trucks! No experience needed! Eam $700 to $900 weekly as an entry-level driver with Wemer. 15 day CDL training is available - no money down if qualified! Get your career in gear. Call today! 800-363- 7364. (6:5,12,19,26c)700-1 FRONT DESK CLERK - with computer exp. needed. Full and part time. Apply in person. Best Westem in Warm Springs. (6:5,12c)700.1 ANIMAL CONTROL OFRCER - The City of Manchester Police Department has a position open for an Animal Control Officer. Applicant must possess a valid Georgia Driver's License, and be a high school graduate or have received a GED. Applicants will undergo a background inves- tigation, driver's license review and submit to a drug screen. The City of Manchester is an equal opportunity employer. This posi- tion will be open until filled. Applicants should submit an application to: Chief L.A. Ganus, Manchester Police Department, p.o. Box 366, Manchester, GA 31816. (6:12,19c)700-1 GIS COORDINATOR - $32,504 - Responsible for coordinating ah0 peratin0 a" Geographic Information System database and mapping support systems. Requires appropnate degree plus 1 year experience. Apply prior to June 18, 2002: Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center, 13273 Ga. Highway 34 East, P.O. Box 1600, Franklin, Georgia 30217; 770- 706-6721 OR 770-854-6026. FAX: 706-675-0448. All qualified employees will receive consid- eration for employment without regard to race, creed, color, reli- gion, sex, age, or national on- gin. Chattahoochee-Flint RDC is an equal opportunity employ- er (M/F/ADA). (6:12C)700-1 license to practice as a LPN in the state of Georgia is required. Salary $1574.04/month. Send State Merit Application to: Chnsti King, Harris County Health Dept. PO Box 265, Hamilton, GA 31811. 706-628-5037. Application deadline: 6-20-02 noon. (6:12c)700-1 FULL TIME STORE CLERK - Apply at Sun Pools & Spas, 801 1/2 Hamilton Rd., LaGrange, Ga. 706-845-0001. (6:12,19,26; ONLY FINANCING 7:3c)700-1 ZERO MONEY DOWN AVAILABLE AT BEST HOMES. CALL FOR LPN - is needed at the Harris INFORMATION. County Health Department, Hamilton, Georgia. A current ..... SPECIAL AUTO FINANCE SUPER CENTE Specializing In Re-Establishing Your, Credit Due to PIANIST/ORGANIST- Wanted: an experienced pianist and/or organist for Sunday services and occasional special services or functions for the First Presbyterian Church of Manchester/Warm Springs.Must be dependable, reliable 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 printing, inserting, labeling and possible distribution of our weekly newspapers. Apply at Star-Mercury Publishing Company, 3051 Roosevelt Hwy. (Warm Springs Highway), Manchester Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (4:24TFN)700.2 PROPERTY MANAGER Lovely apartment community in Greenville has a part-time prop erty manager's position avail- able. Must have knowledge of accounting and computer expe- rience. Peffect position for retired person looking for extra income. Please call 770-304-9665 or fax resume to 770-3-4-8657. (6:12,19c)700.2 MAINTENANCE TECH - Part time maintenance tech needed for apartment community. Must have own tools. If interested please call 770-3-4-9665 or fax resume to 770-304-8657. (6:12,19c)700-2 RN-Parttime RN needed. Great position for J2ndincome or for the semi retired nurse. RN need- ed to do in home supervisory visits and new admission visits for home care agency. PRN skilled visits. Must be able to complete required paperwork. Must have current Ga. license. Must have own transportation, as some travel involved. Please fax resume to 678-884-1471 or mail to Home Nurse, Inc., P.O. Box 762, Griffin, GA 30223. (6:12,19c)700-2 KENNEL WORKER - Greyhound kennel. Must have own transportatn. Some morn- ings, afternoons and weekends. Phone 706-553-9944. (6:12,19c)700-2 COOK - Part time cook. Early morning hours. Apply 4260 Hwy. 27 in Cataula. 706-571-9630. (6:12c)700-2 EARN INCOME PT/FT- Around your schedule. Home-based business. Free booklet. Full training, www.trophylife.com 888-253-1834. (6:5,12,19c)700- 3 DYNAMIC BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY- Good income. Hot markets. NO door-to-door sales. Free no obligation infor- mation, www.givefreedom.com 888-230-3962. (6:5,12,19(:)700- 3 ATTN: GROWING COMPANY lation. Save on cooling/heating. Free estimates. Call Weyman Owens, 846-2818. (6:1 - TFNc)800 HOME REMODELING - Call Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041. (11:24-TFNc)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GEN- ERAL CONTRACTING Intenor, 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, mow- ing, trimming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free esti- mates. Call Mark Hood, 706- 663-4757; cell: 415-0775. (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)800 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quaik at an affordable pnce. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706-655-3427. (11:8-TFNc)800 HOME REMODEUNG - 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 sprinkler systems. Ph: 1-706-553-5700 or 1-706- 647-0008. Dependable service at reasonable rates. (11:21- TFNc)S00 CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING - DuBose Carpet Cleaning. Call 846-9136 for free estimete. (2:13-TFNc)800 DUKES' LAWNS & GARDENS - Springtime is herel Lawn main- tenance and installation. Anything you want. 25 years experience. 553-5533. (2:20- TFN nc)8(X) YARD SERVICES & MAINTE- NANCE - General lawn care and meintenarce. Call Allen at 706- 846-5399 or 706446-5202. (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)800 LACKEY'S LAWN SERVICE - Commercial and residential. Mowing, trees & shrubs, instal- latlon flower beds, mulching, roof & gutter cleaning. Free esti- mates. Call 846-8635. (6:5,12,19,26p)800 JOHN'S LAWN SERVICE- Tree trimming, light carpentry work. Prompt service. My work is guar- anteed Home: 706656-2208; 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 (708) 846-5489. (6:5,12p)800 MOBILE HOME REPAIR - Lawn service, lawn mower repair, reflooring, roof repair, pressure washing, plumbing, electrical and leveling. Call Handy Man at 706-846-8323. (6:5-TFNc)800 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 you or your spouse already earned. Call 655-2588, ask ,or Maria or Janet. (3:6-TFNc)1000 ATTENTION VETERANS AND WIDOWS OF VETERANS - Call today to leam about supplemen- tal funding for assisted IMng. We can help you with your expens- es. Take advantage of a benefit Sen. Dan Lee Named To Road Study Panel Senator Dan Lee was recently appointed by Lieutenant Governor Mark Taylor to serve on the Joint Local Assistance Road Program Study Committee. The committee, which was formed as a result of the pas- sage of House Resolution 1074, is responsible for assessing laws related to the program and to recommend any refor- mation or revisions that may be needed. The committee is also responsible for recom- mending other actions that they determine necessary. Sen. Dan Lee Lee, who has grave con- cerns with what he deems illogical and unworkable new dis- trict lines, says he will endeavor to provide the new areas of District 29 with the same eager representation that he delivered to previously served areas of the district. He antic- ipates meeting and working with elected officials from the new areas of the district, as he believes that he cannot serve any area without being in touch with its local government officials and being in tune with its individual issues. "I am flattered and proud that the lieutenant governor has chosen me to be a member of this very important study committee. Although this program is the state's best use of highway dollars, it has been neglected for too long," Lee said. "I look forward to hearing from local elected officials to get their comments and suggestions on improving this program. In addition to increasing the dollars for the pro- gram, there are ways that only members of local govern- ment will know how to improve the process. I want to keep an open door to those individuals and their ideas." The com- mittee is composed of fourteen members, including four members of the Senate and four members of the House of Representatives. The remaining six members of the com- mittee are members of county governing and municipal gov- erning authorities appointed by the lieutenant governor and the House Speaker Thomas Murphy. Senator Lee, the County Attorney in Heard and Meriwether Counties and the City Attorney for two cities, practices in the area of local government representation. His understanding of local issues led him to co-sponsor a bill that requires one cent of the existing sales tax on gasoline be spent toward LARP. While the bill did not pass during this past legislative session, the senator intends to pursue simi- lar legislation next year. Senator Lee is the vice chairman of the Public Safety Committee and the secretary of the Judiciary Committee. He also serves as a member of the Appropriations, Natural Resources, and Reapportionment Committees. He represents District 29, which includes portions of Heard, Meriwether, Pike, Spalding, Troup, Butts, Carroll, Coweta, Harris, Henry, Jasper, and Jones Counties. John Lewis Throws Support To Buddy Darden Campaign Congressman John Lewis (D-Ga.) is letting residents of the llth Congressional District know where he stands. In a letter sent to voters throughout the district, Lewis urges support for Buddy Darden's candidacy in the Aug. 20 Democratic pri- mary, adding to a chorus of support from those who know Congress best. While I have known Buddy for more than 15 years, our service together gave us the opportunity to work side-by-side on a wide range of issues," Lewis states. "We stood together to expand civil rights and strengthen anti-discrimination laws. We fought to improve public schools, recruit quality teach- ers, increase student finan- cial aid, and provide resources for vocational training and adult education. And we honored Georgia's working men and women by raising the minimum wage." Lewis, an icon of the civil rights movement, won his congressional seat in 1987. He has risen steadily through the ranks of the House and now serves as a chief deputy Democratic whip. "rhe people of the 11th District would be fortunate to have Buddy Darden as their representative -- and I would be proud to serve side- by-side with him once again," Lewis says. Darden, who served most areas in the new 11th District during his 11 years in Congress, says he is honored by Lewis' support. "John Lewis is one of the most respected members of Congress and one of the most respected men in Georgia," Darden says. "Time magazine once called Congressman Lewis a living saint,' and I'm very grateful for his enthu- siastic support." The 11th Congressional District includes all of Meriwether and Talbot coun- ties. HOUSEKEEPING - Residential New and used parts. We buy aluminum cans, copper and Phone 706-553-2973. brass. We'll haul your junk. (706) (6:12,19,26c)800 655-2174. (2:21-TFNc)800 NffSUBISHI LaGrange, GA NOTORS MITSUBISHI GUTrERINGJBLOWN INSU- 1000 Wake Up a Orive LATION - Seamless guttering; expert installation. Blown insu- OTHER N..OS__. We. fo h__Oo____ I I home. Free information. Full Free estimates. References training, available. Medwether only. 655- Nw.YourLifelsHere.com 1- 3972. (6:12,29,26; 7:3p)8(X) 8OO-574-2236. (6:12,19,26c)700-3 Crimestoppers Board Approves keeps. C! 846.9496 between ,:00 pm. and 9:00 p.m. Reward Payout for Tipsters (6:12p)a00 '  The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board met Thursday BIIIIIIIBIf . . LANIER AUTO & SALVAGE WILL Srr WlTH ELDERLY. and m_ght and approved one reward for $100.00. disabk. References availate. The caller with code number 6221 was approved for a $100.00 after giving sheriff's investigators a tip, which led to the arrest of two people for theft by taking and the recov- ery of $800.00 in building materia_ls. According to reports, this couple was stealing building materials from home construction sites throughout Troup County. The approved caller should call 812-1000 again to receive information on how to pick up the reward.