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MANCHESTER STAR-MERCURY, HARRIS COUNTY JOURNAL, MERIWETHER VINDICATOR, TALBOTTON NEW ERA, HOGANSVIIJ.E HOME NJ,:v, n A , 2e :i L )(i2 %&apos;T'-- m ...................... Support. Free info. Www.FeelBetterChangeLives.c 0m 1-888-201-7363. (8:14,21,28c)700-1 CERTIFIED NURSING ASSIS- "rANTS - Full and part-time, all shifts.Current certification required. Contact Wanda McChargue 770-884-5138. (8:14,21,28; 9:4,11,18c)700-1 LEAFAND UMB COLLECTOR -The City of Manchester Public Works Department has an open- ing for a leaf and limb collection driver. Applicant must have a Valid Georgia driver's license, a high school diploma or GED and a birth certificate. Applicant must be able to lift at least 50 pounds. The City of Manchester is an equal opportunity employer. Apply at City Hall Monday-Fnday between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. This position will be open until filled. (8:21,28c)700-1 COME BE A PART OF OUR TEAM - Oak Vw Home is cur- rently looking for someone with Strong organizational skills to manage Medical Records and Patient Trust Fund. Experience in one or both of these areas a plus. Competitive pay and excel- lent benefits. Apply at 119 Oakview Street, Wavedy Hall, Ga. 31831, 706-582-2117. We are a drug-free . EOE (8:21,28c)700-1 CARE COORDINATOR Community Care Opening for Care Coordinator. Excellent ben- efits: Life and health insurance, retirement, annual leave, sick leave, no weekends, and 10 paid holidays. Apply today with qual- ifications: Bachelor's degree in social work, sociology, psychol- ogy, or related field or RN with a current GA license. Two years expenence in human services or health related field with effec- tive communication skills and computer expenence. Carries out case management acti,es under he direction of the RN Coordinator. Position will be based out of home office in Franklin, Georgia. Resume deadline September 6, 2002. (EOE/M/F/HN) Reply to: Rhonda Jackson/Mclntosh Trail Management Services, P.O. Box 310, Franklin, GA 30217. can put you in your dream home. Call Jeff Hewer at 706-648-2102 Specializing in Jeff has over 20 years of earienee to help you get the home of your dreams. 1 866 882 5395 00cAu., ASK FOR FREDDY. 00.EECALU! SPECIAL AUTO RNA00E SUPER CENTER (8:28c)700-1 HELP WANTED - Experienced cooks and waitresses., Motivation and good with public a plus. Apply in person at McGuire's Restaurant, Hwy. 27, Pine Mountain, Ga. (8:28c)700- 1 DEUVERY PERSON - Badcock Home Furnishings in Manchester is in need of a deliv- ery person. Apply in person only. No phone calls. 201 West Main Street, Manchester. (8:28c)700- 1 CLERK 1 GENERAL NEEDED - For the Hams County Health Department. S1457.04 monthly. Submit application to P.O.Box 265, Hamilton, GA 31811 by 9- 5-02. (8:28(:)700-1 HELP WANTED - The Housing Authority of Talbot County has a vacancy for Maintenance Mechanic/Working Foreman. Position requires travel between Woodland, Talbotton and Woodbury, Georgia. Ideal can- didate will be a high school grad- uate with extensive education and training in electrical, gas, plumbing, carpentry and mason- ry; must be able to supervise people and work projects; expe- rienced in the usage Of manual and power tools; ability to lift 50 Ibs.; Georgia motor vehicle license required; able to super- vise the operation of the waste water treatment facility a must. Medical, dental, 401K and long term disability benefits available. Starting salary is S12.00 per hour. Position descnption, along with application for employment are available at 100 MLK Jr. Dr., Woodland, Georgia or by call- ing 706-674-2316. Applications must be received by the 9th of Sept. (8:28c)700-1 EARN $500+ WEEKLY - Growing co. seeking sharp, energetic people to join our mar- keting and advertising dept. Qualified applicants will have a great attitude and great people skills. Call for interview 770-252- 4670, ext. 168. (8:28c)700-1 WANTED: MANAGERS $80K- 100K/YEAR - Well-spoken indi- viduals needed to fill positions immediately. Open new offices bi-monthly around Metro Atlanta. Some training provided. Insurance available. Call 770- 252-1929, ext. 147 for interview. (8:28c)700-1 LEGAL SECRETARY - The Coweta Judicial Circuit District Attorney's Office has an open- ing for a Legal Secretary in the Meriwether County office. We are looking for a self-motivated, dependable, and organized per- son with at least three years experience working in a profes- sional office setting. Knowledge of the criminal justice system is a plus. submit resume and cover letter to: Unda Tipton, P.O. Box 2564, Newnan, GA 30264 by September 8, 2002. Starting salary: $10.66 hr. (8:28c)700-1 LAND HOME PACKAGES Same Rates as Site-Built FHA Loans Coventional Loans 3o/0 down We do Clearing and Grading Wells & Septic Tanks AH-improvements in one affordable payment. Your Land or Ours Quality Homes at Affordable Prices. TEMPORARY LABORERS - The City of Hogansville is seek- ing applications for four (4) part- time temporary laborers in the Public Works Department. Employees will work 20-40 hours each week. Salary starts at $7.50 per hour, may be $8.00 if experienced in utilities. The City of Hogansville is an equal opportunity employer. (8:28c)700-2 BE YOUR OWN BOSS... Excellent $$$ potential. Control hours! lncteasP Jncome Eull Elrffd. 1717- 8420 www.drreamisnow.com. (8:21,28; 9:4c)7(X)-3 EARN INCOME FROM HOME - Your own business! Mail- order/Intemet. Full training & support. Free information. www.letstakeact ion_.co r0 888- More Home - 238-3943. (8:28; 9:4,11c)700- Less Money 3 That's Buddy's addiUonal savings. I N.w++ +o. S.LV.O.-a+ aluminum cans, copper and brass. We'll haul yourjunk. (706) 655-2174. (2:21-TFNc)800 I HOMEs HOME REMODELING- Call ! Thomaston u,,--+e, ] Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041. (11:24-TFNc)800 Zoning Problems? Horton Homes of CURTIS PAINTING AND GEN- ERAL CONTRACTING Interior, exterior painting, hard- wood floor refinishing, pressure washing, deck care. Minor home rears. 706-655-9051; beeper 1-800-827-6858, pin number 9885. (1:26-TFNc)800 EVERGREEN LANDSCAP- ING & LAWN SERVICE- Sod, seed and tree shrub installation, mowing, trimming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free esti- mates. Call Mark Hood, 706- 663-4757; cell: 415-0775. (3:I- TFNc)S00 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at an affordable price. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706-655-3427. (11:8-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)800 CARPET AND UPHOLSTERY CLEANING - DuBose Carpet Cleaning. Call 846-9136 for free estimate. (2:13-TFNc)800 DUKES' LANDSCAPING Specializing in low maintenance designs, perennials, shrubs, trees and less grass to upkeep. 25 years experience. Quality guaranteed. 553-5533. (7-17- 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 service, lawn mower repair, reflooring, roof repair, pressure washing, plumbing, electrical and leveling. Call Handy Man at 706-846-8323. (6:5-TFNc)800 i CHILD CARE- In my horfie with a loving, Christian mother. Located in Hogansville. Call 637- 9491. (8:21-TFN nc)800 DI'S KIDDIE CORNER PRE- SCHOOL - Spaces available Open Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For more informa- tion, please call Mrs. Diane Blount Copeland 706-846-8202. (8:21,28p)800 SEPTIC SYSTEMS - Backhoe and grading services available. A!I types of tractor work. Call 706- 628-5094. If no answer, please leave message. (8:28; 9:4,11,18c)800 CERAMIC TILE INSTALLA- TION and all types of home repair. Call 706-628-5094. If no answer, please leave message. (8:28; 9:4,11,18c)800 1000 OTHER INVESTMENT CLUB - Seekir+.f several people in the Ha+r+L County aea t,:; icrr s{ si stockin,est++e+chb {aiiB Owens. Etiersiie .A 568 7433 (1 : t 6WNc)+ 000 % SCRAPBOOK SLJPE- STORE-C+m+i+!I ++ :at+o+, near ;oli 706 E37 0:;<8 (7:2,; TFN nc)1 ub0 SICK anu IlRED +A beu O FAT'? Sick and tmJ BECAUSE f ++d Ready to take bu(k ccnto+ c your t+fe? Free., .,, +[ ness chnic /(;6:u3 8979 (8:21.28: 9: i+:i !,:}0; , NO+lICE ...... : Sit:u f:i . ; r} O.'[; Lj, + 9:4c) tO6; State Patrol Labor Day es 7 The Georgia State Patrol is urging nloloYi i:, t, +i,+ ,,, fully for travel during the upcoming I.ah)r I ), I,ii,, , , end. Colonel George Ellis, Georgia St;tic Paii (, ( J+iit +  i< said the Labor Day period is one of the f41.-4ci + I ci iod: oi li> year and could be deadly on Georgia road:-,. "Traditionally, I,abor Day weekend is the ulld o Jtht mer travel season and many people ave oil lhe FOad, [ot' !}l'ot last summer trip, family get togethers ;tlld iai > (t t;t vals," Colonel Ellis said. "Traffic will ai,,n ie he+ ii ttia normal since Friday and Saturday ill h< ihc :-+c -;, i ,,I+1 ers for high school and college foolhall/cain> + The Labor Day holiday period t)L, gm: a! o i}ii t i uia August 30 and continues until midnighl labo l)a+ i +Georgia State Patrol and the Georgia J)t."l)ak'|t/iell[ Ot 3.1+HO Vehicle Safety are jointly predicting 3,682 |raFfle ( | a,,+iJi+:s 934 injuries and 20 fatalities for the holiday period t,al yav 16 people died in Georgia over the l.abor l)ay weekend "1 hm. were 3,425 crashes and 897 injuries. Colonel Ellis said State "lY(u)pers would b t,enti.I enforcement efforts on impaired drivers, sl)+:,& +(:1 !. drivers, and people not wearing seal belts m ix:>+  amiig h.i dren. "Tragically, these are the nlost c()lflllt;li '.'I{)!;HJH i q ed as contributing factors in fatal cl'a.shcx 1 hu [,+ fl, r:., h , tigate each year," Colonel Ellis said "l:nfo c( n+em i:-+ t i , to reducing the number of traffic deaths m ,m + :niI< ' The Georgia State Patrol ren]inds mol+, i.| ',' ,. i on the roads during the holidayt)ei,,dl.iiu ,  carefully by allowing ample time to r(acl ti + , :4,  , plan for rest stops along the way. obey the p+,: i i i i  don't drink and drive, and make sure e,. orS+me + !I,-, + cle is properly restrained. Several enforcement and educaintu+l +I + planned for the holiday period. The t hock> :St,  :+, i v be joining other law enforcement agmuic.:, J, t i i,i  Operation Click It or Ticket, the state'> hit + c+ belt enforcement program. The campai!-t b,:#:m August 26 and continues through Lahor 1 )a :. The Labor Day holiday weekend is ab,++ a+i I, ,++u C.A.R.E. holiday period. OperationC+ARt: ui nilt, ! Accident Reduction Effort, is a program of the lien, i! !, +i+i Association of Chiefs of Police desigfcd u, ,:+Hu J: I+ enforcement community across the Uniled Slat e  aP, d t +aU in a campaign to reduce traffic deaths through high , i Hi} ty enforcement, and education. The progran i>, t++, m it. 25th year. ::: Law enforcement officers will also te pint i, Hu +; s+ the Hands Across the Border program in th,- v,(et h .ii : up to Labor Day. The program is a lilllc fOF (; i ti  IiD,' enforcement officers to encourage safe tra i <iii+ :. /i holiday period with their counterparts in neighborin+4 q+m:+ Educational campaigns are conducted at seh utu+d ,itt >  Georgia and the adjoining states. Practicing Tree Stand Safet0000 Important to Deer Hunters; Many Georgia deer hunters take advantage of trc: .l;.mlJ: when pursuing deer, as they are a great way to ge  ]+)>e Lo the action without detection. As useful as they are, they uio are the leading cause of hunting incidents says tht (;t/o+ gi'; Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife t<csourd[> Division (WRD). Fifty-two percent of hunting incidum o;; +, the past ten years are tree stand use related, Most ol t itf incidents occur when people are climbing into ami ou  their stand. "Tree stand incidents are easy to avoid it th ImHt. reviews proper safety procedures," says Wt{ l  5i at c i I mu.t Safety Coordinator Capt. James Bell -ttunt ers shouhi hu ,:ii familiar with how to put up, take down and pr(Jp+: ly climi with their tree stand before the opening day ot th,: sea...,on  There are many different types of tree stands, climbi+} i and non-climbing portable stands, portable iadd( u :;tat+d permanent stands and various other + types, l{ad d li+u c dif ferent types requires the user to be familiar , i'th 1+ ,.i ations to ensure safety. People who use tree :t n I i++,utii thoroughly review the proper way to set up iiie . .+d miil make sure that all parts are stable and in good wort in> ,,ki Following are some additional tree Staltd air t}/ hi):, , ; For more information on tree stmld +,r uthc iHlnlm related safety, contact the nearest WRI) l+aw Enid. ccmet Office, visit the WRD web site at ww'w.gohmlJgco, ia ctill or call (770) 784-3068. mm I I i!{