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MANCHESTER STAR-MERCURY, HARRIS COUNTY JOURNAL, MERIWETHER VINDICATOR, TALBCrrrON NEW ERA, HOGANSV]LLE HOME NEWS - AUG. 14-16, 2002 phone, data entry and with retail customers. offer an excellent be0efit and starting salary will Call 770- E.O.E. (8:14c)700-1 com 1-888-201-7363. (8:14,21,28c)700-1 MARKETING DIRECTORS: $60-$80K/YR - Opening new offices hi-monthly. Great advancement opportunity for highly motivated, well spoken, self-starters. Management and/or sales experience pre- ferred but we will train the nght individuals. For interview: (770) 252-1929, ext. 30. (8: t 4c)700-1 MARKETING: $30 TO $40K/YR - Our industry is booming! We need organized, energetic, individuals interest- ed in a career with established company. Customer service or sales background a PJ not required. Training provid- ed. Call (770) 252-1930, ext. 25. (8:14c)700-1 P WANTED - Gas, Iorporated, a propane gas company, is looking full time employ- s who can drive a delivery Itk and simple gas service We would be willing to bain the right person, so no is necessary. If you would like a job that offers good pay and plus your spring and SUmmer off for other things, a job for you. Call 770- E.O.E. (8:14c)700- t CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS - Full and part- time, all shifts.Current certifi- cation required. Contact Wanda McChargue 770-884- 5138. (8:14,21,28; 9:4,11,18c)700-1 OM HOME Your own business! Mail- Full training &amp; Free info. .=rChangeLives. OREDIT HOTLINE 1-06u-002-39li F00EE CALU00 ASK FRE00Y FREE CALUt SPECIAL AUTO EN00 Spec= In Re.Esmbkh Your Cnmlt DueTo  Divorces, Bad CmcSt Repo's. t.eb= & aucmnts 1327 LaFayette Parkway, LaGrange, GA 706-882-2990 we up and Dr PIANIST/ORGANIST- Wanted: an experienced pianist and/or organist for Sunday services and occasional special services or functions for the First Presbytenan Church of Manchester/Warm Springs.Must be dependable, reliable and punctual. Please caJI 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-Memury 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 HEALTH SERVICE TECHNI- CIAN - The Talbot County Health Department is taking applica- tions for a part-time health serv- ice technician. High school diplo- ma or GED is required. Duties are to include taking vital signs & basic lab work. Certified Nursing Assistant experience desired, but will train the right peon. Computer know, is he,pfuL This  consts of 80 hours a month at $6.50 per hour with flexible work hours. All applications should be submit- ted to the Talbot County Health Department, P.O. Box 247, Talbotton, GA 31827. Contact person: Tammy Duncan, BSN Public Health Nurse (706) 665- 8561. (8:7,14c)700-2 HARRIS COUNTY EXTEN- SION 4-H PROGRAM ASSIS- TANT Opening for a 32 hour 4-H County Program Assistant. Applicant must be able to travel within the county and to 4-H Club events within the state. Must be a high school graduate or equiv- alent, 4-H Club experience pre- ferred. Competitive salary, trav- el and other benefits. Applications available at the Hams County Extension office located at 121 N. College Street in Hamilton. Applications must be completed by 5:00 p.m. August 21,2002. Questions, call (706) 628-4824. (8:7,14c)700-1 UBRARY ASSISTANT - The Talbot County Library has a part- time Library Assistant position available. Seventeen hours per week at $5.15. Must have high to lift 40 pounds. 'MLis{ 15= able to work some evenings and alter- nating weekends. Pick up appli- cation dunng business hours at the Talbot County Library. Application deadline is August 23rd. EOE. (8:14c)700-2 EARN INCOME FROM HONE - Your own business. Mail- order/Intemet. Full training and support Free booklet. www.MoreDailyBread.com or 888-237-7979. (7:24, 31; 8:7,14c)700-3 LANIER AUTO & SALVAGE - New and used parts. We buy aluminum cans, copper and brass. Well haul your junk. (706) 655-2174. (2:21-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 HORTON HOMES t00p4a-y Cuts 3, 4, & 5 Bedrooms Discounts up to $10,000! Buy direct from factory. All Pricing includes delivery, sat-up, A/C, decks & block foundation. Financing available. ES RToN OF GRIFFIN 770-233-0022 800-981-2534 1628 Hwy. 41 Griffin, GA Georg=a P.esen Mortgage EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shmbinstallation, mow-  and insured. Free  mates. Call Mark Hood, 706- 663-4757; cell: 415-0775. (3:I- TFNc)800 OUAUrY  - at an affordable price. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706-655-3427. ( 11:8-TFNc)800 SIMON RSHER'S LAWN CARE & LANDSCAPING - All types of m care, ng, laying sod, tractor work, bush- hoggg and spnnkr systems. Ph: 1-706-553-5700 or 1-706- 647-0008. Depene eerv 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' LANDSCAPING  kw maintenance designs, perennials, shrubs, trees and less grass to upkeep. Upson Regional Medical Center Thomaston, Georgia ional Medical Center is a il 5-bed progressive acute care facility located 50 miles south of Atlanta in beautiful Thornaston, of the 100 best small towns in .America. If you are a dedicated healthc, are professional who wants to give your best patient in a hospital setting that offers a warm, friendly environment to its patients and employees alike, we invite you to consider Upson Medical Center. Please check our web site at www.urmc.org.! currently hve the following positions available: RN's - Full-time, part-time, PRN and weekend positions (work 36 hours - paid for 40 hours) New Graduates are Welcomel Department 3-11, 7p-7a-  7a-7p, 7p-7a Cdlical Cam Step Down 7p-7a Med-Surg 7a-7p.  Room 7a-4p Coordinator: FT position, RN, BSN, Labor and Delivery experience preferred. Minimum 2 yrs. supervisoP/experience Pharmacist - FT position - for either 7-ON/7 OFF Shift (Evening) or 40/hr/week (i-wk/end/month and r evening shifts) - Georgia License Technologists 3p-1 lp and 1 lp-7a shifts - for MT/MLT - ASCP or equivalent certification. Hospital experience preferred. Radiologic Technologists ARRT or registry eligible. No weekends! No call! or PT 3p-11p 7;-7a, Current Georgia RCP License, NRBC or registry eligible. Experience in acute care preferred. offer: Patient Staff Ratios Salaries Shift/Weekend Differentials (Weekend Shift-Friday 7p..Mon 7a) & BSN Differentials Holiday Pay for 6 holidays & Computer Documentation Orientation and Educational Opportunities Reimbursement Wellness Program & Recognition Program Allowance up to $5,000 401 (k) Contact Donna Hammond Human Resources Director URMC P.O. Box 1059 ThOmaston, GA 30186 706-647-8111 ext. 698 FAX - 706-647-8910 HumanResources @ urmc.org l 25 years experience. Quality guaranteed. 553-5533. (7-17- TFN nc)8(X) YARD SERVICES & MAINTE- NANCE- General lawn care and maintenance. Call Alien at 706- 846-5399 or 705-846-5202. (4:17-TFNp)800 NEED TRACTOR WORK? We cut hay and bale, bushhcxj, 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- L3Wrf service, lawn mower repair, reflooring, roof repair, pressure washing, plumbing, electrical and leveling. Call Handy Man at 706-846-8323. (6:5-TFNc)800 DOZIER, TRACKHOE & GRADING WORK - Pond and lake bulding and repair. Bush hogging, bark, 6 yd. delivered $250.00. Jeff 706-596-9773. (7:31; 8:7,14,21p)800 900 LOST & FOUND LOST - Two black and white Beagles, one male and one female. Last seen in vicinity of Powell Church Rd. and Hwy. 208 Phone 706-665-3275 with any information. (8:14p)900 INVESTMENT CLUB - Seeking several people in the Hams County ara to form a small stock investment club. Call B. Owens, Ellerslie, G,,, 568-7433. (1:16- TFNc) 1000 SCRAPBOO}( SUPERSTORE - Coming to a IcYc.ation near you. 706-837-0508 (7:24-TFN nc)1000 I I Hunters Need HIP Perrmit Before Hunting Doves Sportsmen and women should make sure to get the h "ee Migratory Bird Harvest Information lh'ogram Permit (H. [P Permit) before hunting this year rerninds the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resource, Division (WRD). HIP is an annual federal program that requires hunters who pursue doves, duck', geese, rails and other migratory species to complete a short harvest survey and receive a free participation permit before hunting. "Harvest levels for game species, such as doves, are crit- ical to the scientific management of wildlife populations," says WRD Chief of Game Management Todd Holbrook. "The HIP program gives biologists the information they need to ensure a healthy migratory bird population for future gen- erations." , HIP, now in its seventh year, is a collaborative effort between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and state wildlife agencies. HIP provides reliable estimates on the number of migratory game bird hunters and birds har- vested in Georgia and throughout the country. These esti- mates give wildlife managers the information they need to make decisions on hunting seasons, bag limits and popula- tion management for migratory game birds. While the USPNS and state wildlife agencies have conducted migratory bird surveys for decades, the methods used to collect harvest data varied a great deal from state to state, making it diffi- cult to compare the results. HIP provides a standard method to compare information from all states. To--re a free HIP permit, Georgia hunters must.: answer a short survey when they purchase their hunting  license. This survey provides the hunter's harvest informa- tion from the previous year's hunting season. After the sur- vey is complete, the free HIP participation permit is listed n the hunter's license. Survey responses are sent to the USFWS. A sample of the nationwide HIP participants will be asked to complete a more detailed national harvest infor- marion survey about the species they hunted. Hunting licenses and the free HIP permit are available at over 1,200 license agents, on-line at www.gohuntgeor- gia.com or by calling 1-888-748-6887. For more information on the required HIP permit or the federal program, contact the nearest WRD Game Management Section office or call (770) 918-6416. Dove Hunting Season Opens in September Get ready for the feathers to fly as Georgia's dove hunt- ing season opens in September. Hunters in the northern zone can begin hunting at noon on Saturday, Sept. 7. Those in the southern zone can head to the field at noon on Saturday, Sept. 28. "Ib help ensure a safe and legal hunting season the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) reminds hunters to review all rules and reg- ulations regarding dove hunting. "This is one of the most-anticipated hunting days of the year because it signifies the beginning of the fall hunting season," says WRD Chief of Game Management Todd Holbrook. "It is a great opportunity to head out to a field with family and friends for a day of fun and camaraderie and the Division would like to remind hunters that some of the best opportunities to bring home doves are on state-man- aged, public dove fields."  ' In the northern , the dove hunting season runs from noon on Sept. 7 - Oct, 6, Nov. 28-30 and Dec. 10 - Jan. 15. In the southern zone, the dove hunting season runs from noon on Sept. 28- Oct. 27, Nov. 28-30 and Dec. 10 - Jan. 15. Hunters can find a map outlining the northern and southern zones on page 12 of the 2002-2003 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations guide available at all license agents and WRD offices. This map and information also is available on the WRD web site at www.gohuntgeorgia.com. Hunters should be sure to observe the following regula- tions when dove Sportsmen and women over the age of 16 must possess a Georgia hunting  and a free Migratory Bird Harvest Information Program Permit (HIP Permit) to hunt doves. Those hunting on a wildlife management area (WMA) also must possess a WMA . M=nches, Gr NOTICE OF INTENT TO FILJE APPLICATION FOR RETAIL LICENSE TO SELL (wine and/or malt beverages as applicable) Pursuant of the Resolution of the Board of Commissioners of Manchester applicable hereto, notice is hereby given that on or after the 7th day of! August, 2002 the undersigned will apply to said Board for the issuance of a license to sell malt beverages and/or wine, as applicable at 2556 Roosevelt Highway, Manchester, Ga. This 71h day of August, 2002. TASAMO, INC,: ! D/B/A BP FOOd (8:14,21) I < :