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Center. Owner Run great miles in al system and get on Wal-Mart loads• benefit program mileage pay. Immediate Tractor purchase Cash in on Dart's r. Dart Co. 866-312-6054 100-2 'WANTED - MANAGE- ACT NOW! 455- Managers. Atlanta co. seeking team-mind- Professionals. Candidates =otivated, organ- and goal oriented. tnd benefits avail- Begin today! (6:18c) 100-2 - SALES - TO START CO. needed to start Must be pmfes- w/strong communication. Some sales or CSR exp. co training provided Call today! (6:18c) ! - SUMMER ;l High School graduates energy apply for entry- rod- , Will train. Earn up to $400 Call for interview (6:18c) 100-2 ) - Talbot County is recruiting to fill a Social Case Manager peal- To apply for this position, go to the Georgia Merit ob site at www.thejob- rjobs.com and 'online• Only current DFCS H 006-648-2102 "We'll help , turnyour houseinto a home." employees working in the Social Services Series may submit a State of Georgia Application for Employment to Mary McGill, Director or James Banks, Social Services Supervisor; Talbot County DFCS, RO. Box 96, Talbotton, GA 31827. Deadlim to apply is COB Monday, June 23, 2003• (6:18c) 100-2 HELP WANTED -. Now hirilg Manager for Pine Mountain Restaurant! Must have restau- rant management experience! Benefits include a grease free environment plus BC/BS insur- ance, paid vacatio and bonus- es! Send resume to the ioflow- ing address: The Cribb Corporation, P.O. Box 3049. Opelika, AL 36803-3049. (6:18c) 100-2 HELP WANTED - The Good Shepherd Therapeutic Center seeks an Animal Assisted Therapy Assistant. Duties include, • but are not limited to, farm work, overseeing care of animals, conducting farm tours and traveling petting zoos, reha- bilitating wildlife, and supervis- ing volunteers• Animal hus- bandry experience a plus, as well as a desire to serve and educate young and old. Contract Ms. Dance at 706-655-2354. (6:18c) 100-2 SECRETARY NEEDED - Excellent typing/computer skills a must. Flexible hours. Apply in person, Roosevelt Place, 2524 White House Pkwy., Warm Springs, CA. (2:26-TFN c)700-2 FRONT DESK CLERK - Best Western/White House Inn in Warm Springs. Now hiring for all shifts• Part-time position, excellent communication and computer skills a must. Apply in person or send resume to 2425 White House Pkwy. (4:2- TFNc)700-2 DELIVERY PERSON NEED- ED for Wednesday night trip to Phenix City and Smiths Station, Alabama. 4 to 5 hours total but can vary into early Thurday morning. Must have clean driving recorcl. Aprly at Star-Mercury Publishing Co., 3051 Roosevelt Highway in Manchester• (5:21 -TFN nc)700-2 Housing & Home Packages Atwater Road GA BOOTHS FOR RENT - Antique store opening in Pine Mountain with booth space available for rent. Call 663-9063 for details. (5:21 -TFNc)700-3 AUTO FINANCE PER ENTER Specializing In Re-Establishing Your Credit Due To Bankruptcies, Divorces, Ba.Cre,. Flepo's Leins &  Judgements or OUR CREDIT HOTLINE 1-866-882-5395 PARKWAY ,,,, LaFayette Parkway, LaGrange, GA MITSUBISHI 706-.2-2..0 Wake Up and Drive, AFIk HOTORS LET US WORk FOR YOU! 800 aROFESSIONAL LANIER AUTO & SALVAGE - New and used parts. We buy aluminum cans, copper and brass. We'll haul your junk. (706) 655-2174. (2:21-TFNc)800 HOME REMODELING - Call Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041• ( 11:24-rFNc)800 SOUTHERN LAWN SERVICE - 'Mowing *Pressure Washing *Weed Eating *Gutters *Pruning. Does your lawn need the work o! a good lawn care service? Call fo FREE estimates. Jimmy Purgason (706) 553-2864 or Brantley Lavin (706) 846-2073. (4:2-TFN nc)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GEN- ERAL. CONTRACTING - Int::ri(, :xterioi painting, hard- wuod Iioor ;efinishing, pressure wa,.'img, deck care. Minor home repair.";. 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- in 9, trimming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free esti- mates. Call Mark Hood, 706- 663-4757: cell: 415-0775. (3:I- TFNc)800 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at an affordable price. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706-655-3427. (11:8:FF Nc)800 CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING - DuBose Carpet Cleaning. Call 846-9136 for free estimate. (2:13-TFNc)800 SPRING HAS SPRUNG - THE PLANTINGS BEGUN! Dukes' Landscaping, 553-5533. (4-2- TFN nc)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 MOBILE HOME REPAIR- Lawn re!leering, roof repair, pressure washing, plumbing, electrical and leveling. Call Handy Man at 706-846-8323. (6:5-TFNc)800 6:4,11. 18p)800 GOT RATS? MICE? Enforcer RatMax bait kills in 1 feeding. Guaranteed. Available at Family Dollar Stores. (5:14 thru 7:26p)800 BASIC LAWN SERVICE - Cut and trimmed. Rates: 1/2 acre lot or less, $25; one acre lot, $40; two acre lot, $55; four acre lot, $70.1/o discount for senior cit- izens. 706-665-8876. (6:4,11,18,28p)800 VINYL SIDING replacement windows, all remodeling addi- tions. Porches and decks. 846- 9244 or 846-2738. 20 years experience in this area. (6:11,18,25-7:2p)800 FULLER PAINTING AND REPAIR - Sheetrock, stipple and sprayed. Ceiling, decks, paint- ing residential and commercial. Call 706-846-3682, ask for Mike. Cell 706-575-2000 (6:18p) 800 WANTED - Houses to Clean in Harris County. Call 706-464- 1001 NISCEU.ANE(X FOR RENT FOR RENT - Space Walk, Jupiter Jump, cotton candy machine, snow cone machine, hot dogger, tents, balloons, karoke, tables, chairs, bubble maker and dance floor all for rent at Just Ask Rental at Taylor- Foster, Inc., Manchester, 706- 846-3167. (12:4-TFNc)1001 1002 PERSONALS ii i COMPANIONSHIP- DWM, 52, fit/trim, honest, considerate, easy-going, fun4oving, suc- cessful, "cents" of humor, edu- cated, laid back. Interests include: you, outdoors, dancing, hiking, gardening, trips - every- thing is fun with the right lady. Seeking fun-loving, active lady (40-55) for pos.bte relationship. Let's talk. Write to: P.O. Box 36, Pine Mountain 31822. All replies answered. NothIng happens until something happens. (5:28; 6:4,11,18p)1002 $4.8 Million Announced For Georgia Highways U.S. qi'ansportatien Secretary Norman Y. Mineta today announced $4.8 lnillion for Georgia in Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) discretionary funds to help improve highway infrastructure in the state, "The Bush Administration recognizes the need for continued strate- gic investment to improve America's transportation system," Secretary Mineta said. "These federal highway funds will improve the trans- portation system, create jobs in Georgia communities and benefit the local ecoromy." GRANTS WILL BE pro- vided to Georgia in four cat- egories. The categories, grants and the totals provid- ed are: • Borders and Corridors, two grants for a total of $875,000; • Interstate Maintenance, two grants for a total of $496,750; • Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation, one grant for $3 million; and • Ferry Boats and Terminals, one grant for $496,7S0f. funding for the following projects: • The US 23 Buford tlighway Pedestrian Safety project will receive $625,000 in Borders and Corridors funding; • The 1-16 and Dean Forest Road interchange will receive $248,375 in Interstate Maintenance funding; • The Roswell Road over the Chattahoochee River in Fulton County will receive $3 million in Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation funding; and • The Savannah Water Ferry will receive $496,750 in Ferry Boats and Terminals funding. BORDERS AND Corridors grants fund proj- ects designed to improve border transportation infra- structure and operations that facilitate the safe movement of people and goods at or near the U.S.-Canada and the U.S.- Mexico borders as well as projects in the 44 congres- sionally designated high-pri- ority corridors and other sig- nificant corridors based on factors specified in the Transportation Equity Act for the 21st Century, ,;.Interstate ' :, ' Maintenance grants provide funds for resurfacing, restoration, rehabilitation and recon- struction work, including added lanes to increase capacity, on most existing Interstate system routes. Bridge Replacement and Rehabilitation grants provide funds to help states and municipalities repair major bridges. Public Lands Highways grants provide funds for the construction of highways on public lands such as national parks. Ferry Boats and Terminals grants provide funds to facilitate movement of people and goods across inland and coastal waterways. The Secretary of Transportation makes FHWA discretionary fundsavailable upon selection after requests from states for funds for proj- ects that meet criteria estab- lished by federal law and U.S. Department of Transportation regulations and procedures. Congress also designates funding for specific projects under these programs. Further information about the projects is on the . Internet at .... httpdhcwwJhwa;,v/dis- cretionary/fyO3congdes.htm. CERAMIC TILE INSTALLA- TION and all types of home • repair. Cal1706'628-5094.1fno America's Junior Miss answer, please leave message (11:6-TFNc)800 LACKEY'S LAWN SERVICE- Full lawn care, commercial and residential. FREE estimates• Call 706-846-8635. (3:19 thru 7:2p)800 SEPTIC SYSTEMS, backhoe and grading services available. All types of tractor work. Call (706) 628-5094. (If no answer, leave message.) (5:7-TFNc)800 HAY CUTTING, landscaping, pressure washing, food plots, box blading, carpentry, plowing, refinishing. Call anytime. Leave message if not available. 706- 628-5278. (3:26-TFNc)800 DOZER, TRACKHOE AND GRADING WORK - We build and repair lakes and ponds. Also bushhogging.6 yards bark deliv- ered $250.00. Call Jeff Cody 706-596-9773. (4:23-TFNc)800 DISGUSTED WITH YOUR CREDIT? No problem. Home Properties Link will help you with your financial needs. We spe- cialize in home loans, small busi- ness loans, personal loans and consolidation loans. 1-877-817- 3059. (4:23 thru 6:18p)800 I BUY TIMBER and provide other forestry services. Call Mike at 706-332-8065. (5:2,1 28; Display Models Reduced!!. Free Furniture!t Low Down, Low Payment • Low Interesfl BUILT TO COUNTY CODE __7 we ,_.3 " L Low as6* loans, Low as $525 Month PI \\; ^.,, 7 / Bedroom  )p ';;,.,.d¢ Money/ " with " We Accept All Loan Applications By Phone! q Land!  . Warranties • 1.800-478-9468 ...... Weekdays - 9 - 7 o Saturday- 9 - 5, Sunday- 1 - 5 8500 Tara Boulevard ° Jonesboro, GA 1-75, Exit 235 South on 19/41 Tara BIvd,, 5 Miles On left Reader: Please Support I ENCOURAGE you to support,your state represen- tative Jillian Martin from Marietta. She has already amassed cash scholarships at her state Junior Miss com- petition to use toward her col- lege education. Now she has the opportunity to win a share of more than $200,000 in cash scholarship awards, includ- ing the $50,000 national title scholarship award. If you want to watch real- ity television showing some- thing positive, then tune in Saturday, June 28. It will make you feel better about our nation's future. Dear Editor, Though it's most notice- able at airports, many people don't see how much our daily lives are affected by the fear of terrorist attacks and acts of senseless violence. Standing in long lines to go through the federally oper- ated airport security checks can now take more than an hour by itself, causing much more anxiety and stress than is necessary when trying to catch a flight for work, vaca- tion or to visit family. The majority of this fear is created by sensationaliz- ing military conflicts and supposed threats of chemi- cal or biological warfare tac- tics. It's nearly impossible today to watch a news pro- gram without seeing death and violence or what color- coded terrorist threat we're in. It's gone to the point of entire cities running training operations in case of emer- gency and forcing our mili- tary personnel to be injected with a vaccine that itself can cause death. To look further into this situation, one can find that the increase in societal anxi- ety leads to huge numbers of our population turning to both legal and illegal drugs to curb the mental anguish, both of which can easily lead to addiction. As just one exam- ple, a person only needs to look at the rise in prescrip- tion drug use since the hor- rifle September 11, 2001 attack. What is ironic is that Editor's Note: This news- paper does not in any way support the drug mentioned above, nor suort the claims that it wilt work. chemicals are often used to treat the fear, depression or apathy, which bring more side effects and can lead to more chemicals to "treat" those too. If one were to look at the scene with an exterior view- point, the problem seems to feed itself to a point where the lives of American citizens continue to be degraded. Truthfully, this does not have to happen, as there are healthy solutions available. For example, the Narconon® Drug Rehabilitation and Education Program achieves outstand- ing results, not just for a per- son to become sober, but to be fully rid of addiction and go on to lead a happy and pro- ductive life. This drug-free social education model devel- oped by American author and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard continually restores life on a daily basis in 35 countries around the world and is spreading rap- idly to help more. To get help for aloved one or to find out more informa- tion, contact Narconon Arrowhead today at 1-800- 468-6933 or www.stopaddic- tion.com. it[t[tfully, Catton President, Nmrconon Arrowhead New Drug Helps Alcoholics Kick the Drinking Habit ..... :,i;N :::::::::::::::::::::::: s: , ::: : t Sincerely, Executive Director, Lynne Beilew America's Junior Miss Dear Editor, Have you ever watched reality television and won- dered what is happening to the standards of our nation? If you have, I want to invite you to watch a show that will give you encouragement - the 46th annual America's Junior Miss National Finals. It will spot- light 50 of our nation's most talented, brightest and prom- ising college-bound young women. PAX will air the live, two-hour telecast on Saturday, June 28, at 9 p.m. ET/PT and 8 p.m. CT/MT. Each year, America's Junior Miss, the oldest and largest scholarship program for young women, brings each state's winner to the beautiful port city of Mobile, Alabama, for a two-week stay. These gifted young women practice for the AJM National Finals competition, serve the community and experience a once-in-a-life- time opportunity to win thou- sands of dollars in cash schol- arships to fund their college educations. This is an expe- rience each of the contest- ants never forgets. You can even follow their activities leading up to the telecast by visiting the AJM website at www.ajm.org.