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MANCHESTER STAR-MERCURY, HARRIS COUNTY JOURHAI MEIvW]'IR VINDICATOR, TON NEW ERA, HOSVnA HOME NEWS - SEPT. 4-6, 2002 600 ANIMALS ;TUD (4:11-TFN ATrENTION/1 MGRSJ/q'r. MGRS. 60 TO 80KHR. - Metro Atlanta Co. offering compre- hensive training and unlimited bonus potential to motivated, team oriented professionals. Insurance availai:e. Call (770) 252-1930, ext. 70. (9:.4c)700-1 RIDGEBACK FOR SALE - 2 male, $500 each. AKC reg- on premises. (9:4-TFNc)600 TO GOOD HOME - Lab- 1 1/2 years, all shots, loves to play. likes outside, too. 846-3411. (9:4p)600 MARKETING REPS. $500- $800/WEEKLY TO STAITF - F/T positions available in our mar- keUng dept. for energetic, wel- spoken, indvidusb. C, ust sev- ice or sales exp. plus. Rapid advancement. Insurance avail- able. Call (770) 252-1929, ext. 90. (9:4c)700-1 700 HELP WANTED - Needed at Molena Home. All shifts, full and Please call Wanda ue, 770-884-5138. b700-1 NURSING ASSlS- - Full and part-time, all certification Contact Wanda ue 770-884-5138. 9:4,11,18(;)700-1 POUCE OFFICER City of Mster Police has an opening for officer. Applicant must 21 of age, possess a Georgia ddver's license, a high school graduate Certified applicants are Applicants will under- a background investigation, license review and sub- :to a drug screen. The City of is an equal oppor- until filled. Applicants an application to: Department, L.A. Ganus, P.O.Box 366, GA 31816. b700-1 BE YOUR OWN BCS.. Excellent $$$ potential. hours! Increase income! Full training. FREE info. 1-888-717- 8420 www, drreamisnow.o0m. (8:2128; 9:4c)700-3 EARN INCOME RROM HOME - Your own business! Mail- order/Intemet. Full training & support. Free information. www.letstakeaclion.com 888- 238-3943. (8:28; 9:4,11c)700-3 WHAT RECESSION? Earn extra income from home. Free info. 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(1121-TFNc)m0  ID IAWIOI.S1'ISWY CUUtm - DuBom Carpet Claaning. Ca1846.9136 foe free *ete. (2:13-TFNc)e00 DUKES' LANDSCAPING - inkvmaenance deserts, perennlala, shrubs, trees and less grass to upkeep. 2S years experience. QuaJity guaranteed. SS3-SS33. (7-17- TFN nc)e00 NEEDWORK?We cmybe, buo0,plow and hox Iade. Also emb-soil- 0, lance wo and . Front-end loader. Call David Scoe fl0e) 628-5278. (424- TFNc)e00 Ready to take back control of your life? Free weight loss/well- ness clinic. 706-663-8979. (837.128; 9:4,11c)1000 NOTICE- I will not be respo sible for any debts other than my own. Alton Freeland. (8:28; 9:4c)1000 Support Our Troops 'Letters to FDR' Premieres Oct. 17 What happens when three inquisitive col- lege students are exposed to a wealth of archival data at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation? For the answer to this and many other questions about the former Georgia Warm Springs Foundation, stay tuned for "Letters to FDR," a theatrical tribute to hearts touched by the Roosevelt Institute slated to go on stage October 17, 18 and 19. A timeline of episodes spanning three- quarters of a century and part of RWSIR's on-going 75th Anniversary Celebration, "Letters to FDR" will feature both the famous and not-so-famous people who have dotted the Institute's storied past. One set of audi- tions has already been held (Aug. 10 and 11) and another set is slated for Aug. 24 and 25 at Roosevelt Hall "We've still got to find people to play patients and nurses, presidents and doctors, reporters and state officials, and, oh yeah, those three loveable, present day college stu- dents," Nylsa Dunbar, one of the play's devel- opers, said recently. "Our first set of audi- tions went well, but we are still looking for local actors and actresses with or without prior experience who want to be part of an original production about a wonderful place and in front of some very special audiences." Anyone ages 1S and up will be eligible for the auditions with either a prepared mono- logue or cold readings given equal consider- ation. Rehearsals will take place on week- ends in September. For more information or to schedule an audition, call 404/992-1796. The two-act play will open with a Premier Showing on Thursday, Oct. 17 (3 p.m.), for current RWSIR patients, students and about 200 specially invited VIP guests. The sec- ond or Community Showing will take place on Friday evening, Oct. 18 (7:30), and be open to anyone who picks up a free, reserved seat ticket in advance. And the third and final Alumni Showing on Saturday afternoon, Oct. 19 (3 p.m.) will follow a special, RSVP Alumni Reception as the culmination to Roosevelt Warm Springs Alumni Week activities. Literacy Center Honors Two NOME R - lawn seno, lawn mower repair, refk)oing, roof repair, pree.m , pmUng, Hano'y Man at . (e:S-TFNc)e00 OII,DCMIE - in my home wilh a loving, Christian mol. Located in  C.,a, 637-9491. (8I-TFN nc)800 SEFTIC WSllaI - Backhoe a.d gr=r  ava. /ul types of tractor work. CaU 706-628-5094. If no answer, please km messa. (8:; 9:4;11,18i:)e00 ..............  1tILE IIlrdLIJv The West Georgia 2chnical College Adult Literacy Center located in GreenviLle honors GED graduates Kelly Truett and Stephenie Holloway, 2002 GED graduates. Kelly attended classes in Greenville and earned her diploma quickly. She attended class while working and caring for her daugh- ter. Her family supported her efforts as find- ing the time to attend class with such a busy schedule was certainly not easy. Now Kelly has the option of using her $.500 voucher and HOPE funds to attend college and to earn a college degree in a variety of fields. Stephenie makes her home near Luthersville and has a wonderful, support- ive family that includes three beautiful daugh- ters. Family support is important for this GED graduate, who also has a retail gift shop family and a business was certainly not easy, but Stephenie persevered. Now as a WGTC GED graduate, Stephenie has the option of using a $500 voucher, in addition to HOPE funds, to attend WGTC to obtain a college degree in a variety of fields. If you wish to be a winner like Stephenie and Kelly, contact the WGTC Adult Literacy Center at 672-1110 or the WGTC Adult Learning Center located in Manchester at 846-2311, at the Even Start office housed in the annex building behind Manchester High School. Free adult literacy classes are available in Greenville, Luthersville, Manchester (instructor, Mrs. Danner), Warm Springs (instructor, Mrs. Tant), and Woodbury (instructor, Mrs. Harris). .......... '1'][$a ............. WGTC pd of Kelly and Stephenie ing. Attending classes while maintaining a and wishes them every success! IrlON and all typ o homo . Know New Hunting Regulations? CALL!! ASK FOIl RI00OY The 2002-2003 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide now is available announces the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division P, VRD). This guide provides infor- mation on hunting licenses, wildlife manage- merit areas, season dates, bag limits and much more and is available at over 1,200 license agents, including Bass Pro Shops, Wal Mart, K-Mart and outdoor sporting goods stores. In addition, the regulations guide also is avail- able on the WRD web site, www.gohuntgeor- gia.com. This web site recently has been revamped, making information even easier to find. Visitors to the site are prompted to bookmark it for future reference. "This guide is designed to help sportsmen and women understand seasons and regula- tions for hunting in Georgia. It contains a lot of information and should answer all basic questions for new and experienced hunters," says WRD Chief of Game Management Todd Holbrook. "While hard copies of the guide are easily obtained, tbeWRD web site ensures that the info-rmation is available to virtually everyone." Hunting regulations are set by the Board of Natural Resources. The Board acts on rec, ommendatioes made by WRD's wildlife biol- ogists and field per-oonnel. Laws are set by the Georgia General Assembly. Major changes for the upcoming season include: Deer Bag Limit: Hunters may now take a season total of 12 deer. No more than 10 may be anterless deer and no more than two may be antlered bucks. In addition, one of the two antlered bucks must have at least four points (one inch or longer) on one side. If hunting in a county with Quality Deer Management (QDM) antler restrictions already in place, such as Dooly or Macon, the new state restrictions are in addition to exist- ing county restrictions. Season Length: The firearms deer sea- son has been extended by one week result- ing in an earlier opening date for each deer season. Season dates are: Archery Season Sept. 14-Oct. 11; Primitive Weapons Season Oct. 12-18; and Firearms Season Oct. 19-Jan 1 (Northern Zone) and Oct. 19-Jan. 12 (Southern Zone). *Legal Weapons: The law restricting the use of crossbows has been changed. Crossbows are now a legal weapon for hunt- ing game species in Georgia. Crossbows may be used to hunt deer during the archery, prim- itive weapons and firearms deer seasons, bear during bear season, turkey during turkey sea- son and small game during small game sea- sons. Scopes on crossbows are legal. In addi- tion, the ballistics restriction on handguns for deer hunting has been changed so they also are considered legal weapons. .Hunting Over Bait: It is still illegal to hunt over bait. Hunters must not hunt with- in 200 yards or within sight of bait. Those needing to take a hunter education course prior to the upcoming hunting season are now required to pre-register for a course, either by phone or on-line. Hunters can call the Central Reservations System (CRS) at (770) 389-7275 inside the metro-Atlanta area or (800) 864-7275 outside the metro-Atlanta area to register by phone. A service charge applies to registration through CRS. Alternately, hunters can go to the WRD web site at www.gohuntgeorgia.com to search and register for a hunter education course at no charge. Web users also can purchase hunt- ing licenses and obtain free hunter education certifw.te replacement cards. For more information on the 2002-2003 Georgia Hunting Seasons and Regulations Guide, contact the local WRD Game Management Office or the WRD Hunter Services Office at (770) 761-3044. For more information on hunter education courses, con- tact the WRD Hunter Education Office at (770) 784-3068. Fishing Regulations See Changes, Too (8:28; 9:.4,11,18C)800 LIGHT TRACTOR WORK - Have box blade auger, twrow and spreader, e6a-4e4. ()eoo ct.u. Seeki mvem| people in the Hams County area to foml a small stock invmgment dub. Call B. Owens, Beesle, GA, 568-7433. (1:16-TFNc)1000 SPECIAL AUT0 RNA00 CENTER Spedallr In F:te-E.slatishg Your Cmdlt Due To BanlolJl Dorces, Bad CKIt Relx)'s Lek & Judgements 13m' L=F,W Paw, LaOmn  Wake Up md Odv No Frills No Frills No Free Food. No Free Food No Free Drinks No Free Drinks Just the LOWEST Prices 000000l00dl.es - Comg to a kxatlon mar Fou. 706-837-0508 (724-TFN nc)000 roOK and 111D of teg FArt Sick and limd  of fat LOT CLEARANCE Saturday & Sunday, September 7 & 8 Only! Lot Clearance * No Reasonable Offer Refused Every Home on the Lot at Rock-Bottom Pricel. OR00N MES 770-233-0022 800-981-2534 1628 Hwy. 41 Griffin, GA G,rga  Mortge OF GRIFFIN faction and catch rates of legal size bass. The largemouth bass population will not be sig- nificantly affected by the change since con- ditions in the lake have changed since the mid-1980s, when the 16 inch limit went into effect, and because of the high rate of catch and release practiced by largemouth bass anglers at West Point Lake. Benefits of this change include allowing tournament anglers to weigh in more fish and providing begin- ping anglers and children a better opportu- pity to catch legal sized fish. For those inter- ested in the "lunker lake" reputation, West Point will still remain as one of the lakes in the state with a largemouth bass length limit greater than the general 12-inch limit. The Board of Natural Resources recent- ly approved several changes to the current fishing regulations, announces the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD). The purpose of the proposed changes and additions is to man- age Georgia's game IrLsh according to sound principles of fisheries management and to meet public objectives for the use of these renewable resources. These cges are con- sidered in effect as of October lsL Changes and additions to the Georgia Fishing Regulations include: Lowering the minimum length limit for largemouth bass on West Point Lake from 16 inches to 14 inches to increase angler saris,