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STAR-VIERCbqY, HARRIS COUNTY JOURNAL, MERPXETHER VINDICATOR, TALBOTTON NEW ERA, HOGANSVIIk.E HOME NEWS - OCT. 2-4, 2002 is booming! We energetic, indi- interested in a career established company. back- plus but not required. Call (770) (10:2c)700- TRAINEES NEEDED needed. First with Wemer earn plus great ben- out of state for Training is now your area! Get your gear. Call today 800- 700-1 - The County Department of Servkzes is to flit an unclassified e Program Assistant pesi- Grade 9 and salary of month. Minimum One year of busi- school or col- !one year of expenence duties such as tele- filing, typing, han- questions or entry, comput- and/or bookkeap- If interested, complete a State Merit 1 Application and submit Director, P.O. Hamilton, GA 31811 Dp.m. on October 9, . OLD BLOOMERS Center, Hall, Warm Springs. expenence 582-2444. TECH - communi- Spnngs needs part person with their very skills. Perfect hours: Wednesday, Friday, 9- Marry Brown fax 770-304- 700-2 800 & SALVAGE - used parts. We buy cans, copper and We'll haul your junlc (706) 174. (2:21-TFNc)800 HOME REMODELING - Call Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041. (11:24-TFNc)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GEN- ERAL CONTRACTING - Intenor, extenor painting, hard- wood floor refinishing, pressure washing, deck care. Minor home repairs. 706-655-9051; beeper 1-800-827-6858, pin number 9885. (I :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)800 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality 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 lawn care, landscap- ing, laying sod, tractor work, bushhogging and spnnlder sys- tems. 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. guaranteed. 553-5533. (7-17- TFN nc)800 NEED TRACTOR WORK? We cut hay and bala, bushhog, plow and box blade.Also , 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, refloodng, roof repair, pressure washing, plumbing, electrical and leveling. Call Handy Man at 706-846-8323. (6:5-TFNc)800 CHILD CARE- In my home with a loving, Christian mother. 'Locatecl irr Hogansite. Call 637-9491. (8:21-TFN no)800 EXPERIENCED CARE.GIVER - Will take care of the elderly in your home. Light housekeeping and cooking. Phone 846-2274. References available. (9:25; OF 19/41 & I01 Moreland Rd. (Next to Ingles) 770-412-6600 or Toii-Free 888-412-6800 -- H -r IREBIT liiOTLINE 88t1-8 cau00 ASK FOR 00caut Bm Cda Ipo'.o  & ?. Z , A n, Lm, mm p, 10:2 nc)800 KITCHENS AND BATHS REMODELED - Call 706/628- 5094, leave message. (9:18,25; 10:2,9c)8(X) READING AND MATH TUTOR - Evenings/Saturdays. State certified instructor. Flexible rates. Call (706) 672-3855. (9:25; 10:2,9,16p)800 PROFESSIONAL FLOORING - "file, carpet, vinyl and hard- wood. Free estimates. 706-553- 5665 or 706-224-8042. (10:2,9,16,23,30c)800 WILL ASSIST ELDERLY and handicapped in your home. References. 706-553-5665. (10:2,9,16,23,30c)800 WILL KEEP CHILDREN, ANY SHIFT. Will also do housekeep- ing and cooking. References available. Call 706-846-9462. (10:2,9c)800 KITCHENS AND BATHS remodeled. Carl 706-628-5094. (10:2,9,16,23c)800 SEPTIC SYSTEMS, backhoe and tractor work. Call 706-628- 5094. (10:2,9,16,23c)800 ! CERAMIC TILE and hardwood installed. Call 706-628-5094. (10:2,9,16,23c)800 : : 9 0 0 FOUND- Brown and wtlite male Bassett Hound found on 9-22. Barnes Mill Road area in HarrLs Co. 706-647-4533. (9:25; 10:2c)900 FOUND - Dalmatian, no collar. Pmion Creek area. Call 325- 0216, leave message. (10)900 iO io00 INVESTMENT CLUB - Seeking several people in the Hams County area to form a small stock investment club. Call B. Owens, Ellerslie, GA, 568-7433. (1:16-TFNc) SCRAPBOOK SUPERSTORE - Coming to a IocaOon near you. 706-837-0508 (7:24-TFN nc)1000 s.ppor= Our _American Troops IDE00! Mobilel Homes 1706 2S0  pflEMx cm/,  (334) 298-1211 ZERO I1 DOWN LOANSI IF YOU wANT TO BUY A NEW HOME WITH LAND PLUS IMPROVEMENTS AND HAVE NO DOWN PAYM, CALL USt E.IWEGIALLY FOR F.ST.TIt BUY- EP, SINGLE PAaoers AND PEO- wrm Noc. - -- - ....... ; G-7 ,--.-;; RA N AT LOW RATESmO NO MONEY DOWN- ....... . ".:-_" _'fL- - ;----= ; LET US ARRANGE YOtm  ING AT RATES AS LOW AS 4.75% (ARM. AND WJkC.) WE SPECIALIZE IN LAND/HOME FINANCING. CALL FOR FREE PRE-QUAUFICATION. ALL CREDrr CONSIDERED. OUT GEGAND JJU BL= )! TS BEAUFUL FEATURES A LARGE LMNG O XDNG ROOM, WORK- WR N, 3 F-S S AND 2 SPACIOUS FULLY EQUIPPED BATHS. CALL FOR MOR INFORMATION. I Poem J by Hannah Rynn Two green apples smiled at rru3 on a bt00, D,.ey sure look juicy. I shook the tree as hard as I could. Down came the apples and they were yum, yum good. FRUITFUL KNOWLEDGE- On Johnny Appleseed's birthday, September 26, Mrs. Lemmon's second grade boys at Flint River Academy dressed up as Johnny Appleseed and the gids as Granny Smith. The children visited all the classrooms giving each teacher an apple. All of the left over apples were peeled and made into apple sauce. The class then wrote stories and read poems about Johnny Appleseed. Chamber, County Weigh Options for WGT Campus -- ty to be the owner and grant By SHANNON ATIGNfd3N 2,0,tt-3a,,P ee?mpalnwhnc2 ---- --- -v----,-,----- requestor. The next step is ment outside the county as to obtain the support of the Interest continues in West Georgia Teeh's plans to build a campus near Greenville. May McDaniel, Executive Director of the Meriwether County Chamber of Commerce, con- ducted a presentation last. Monday morning at the Inndustrial Development Authority's regular meeting. She led a thorough dis- cussion of pro's and con's con- cering building the college north of Greenville High School. The project would pro- vide more opportunities for existing businesses. It would also make Meriwether county more well. Building this school will entice students anl citizens to stay. Three other counties have erected West Georgia Tech campuses. The estab- lishment m Jasper county is approximately 10,000 square feet. Ithas five classrooms, 20 to 25 computers, a body shop, and an administration office. It cost $600,000 and opened in sixteen months. "We are not looking at any major up front cost to the county," explained McDaniel. Greene, Jasper, and Cook counties have similar facili- ties built with grants, contri- butions, and donations from local businesses. WGTC is attractive to new businesses, committed to provide equip- There are currently 241 stu- ment and teachers. dents commuting to other The chamber has already counties for their education, asked the Meriwether coun- community and local busi- ness leaders. Businesses will be asked for financial commitments and entrust them to hire grad- uates. A grant writer and architect are expected to be on board by the middle of October. There are many funding options. The employment incentive grant, block grants, DOT funding, One Georgia funding, SPLOST, and cash donations to name a few. "We will come up with a program of recognition for those who donate," said McDaniel. There is still much to be discussed. However, last fall Jasper county had 180 tu- dents enrolled. Jasper is a Tier 3 county and Meriwether is a Tier 1. New Hope Baptist Plans Fall Festival New Hope Baptist Church, 1 Pigeon Creek Rd., Manchester will have its second annual Fall Festival Saturday, October 19 from 12:00 - 3:00 p.m. in the church yard. Admission will be free. There will be'a 22 ft. slide, Space Walk, face painting, games, cotton candy and much more. Don't iss it. Trinity Revival Coming Up Trinity Baptist Church will hold a revival this coming Sunday through Wednesday. Evangelist Mike Brandenburg will be fea- tured. Services will be held at 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday, and at 7 p.m. Monday through Wednesday. A nursery will be provided. Woodland Called Meeting Set The City of Woodland will have a called meeting on Thursday, Oct. 3rd to discuss street signs and the city park. The meeting will begin at 8:15 a.m. Evening Tours Premiere For the first time ever, an evening tour of Roosevelt's Little White House in Warm Springs, Ga. will be given. If you have never seen the warm glow of the light showing through the windows as the sunsets on this quaint cottage, you are in for a treat. Not since the days of FDR have people had theop- portunity to visit in the evening. Rangers will be on hand to provide insight and answer questions. Usual admission fees from $2.00 to $5.00 apply with all proceeds going towards the new FDR Museum building fund. Join us from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. Saturday, November 16, 2002 for this unique experience. Refreshments available. Please call 706.655.5870 for more in_formation. I NOTICE Interest Rates are at a 4O YEAR LOW. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. With today's Interest Rates and Flexible Financing EVERYONE has a chance to qualify for a NEW HOMI CaU Dan-Ric  today for your FREE Pr-alificatiou, we can tell you how much NEW HOME you can afford. STOP RENTING. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY. All Credit is Welcome, EVEN CILI3 & CEL 7 BANKRUPTCY. Buy or Build today! Available 7 days a week CALL TODAY. Angela 706-883-3475 or Sheila 706-883-3483. wwwdanric.com River-Cleaning Volunteers Needed Georgia has more than 70,100 miles of rivers and streams that need your help to stay clean. "Rivers Alive," Georgia's Eleventh Annual River Cleanup, stands poised to do just that - but they ym help. More than 125 statewide cleanups are scheduled throughout Georgia in October, but they need volunteers in order to make these cleanups successful. The Georgia Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encour- ages sportsmen's clubs, civic groups, church groups, busi- nesses and interested citizens to volunteer for a cleanup in tbeir area. "This pro proves that people can make a differ- eric, e," said Harold Reheis, director of the Environmental Protection Division. "Volunteers have removed thousands of pounds of trash from our waterways, Their efforts have helped all Georgian_ better understand the importance of maintaining our waterways." Worship service will be held at Friendship Baptist Church Sunday. Usher's Anniversary will also be observed with the morning service. Rev. J. Trammell is the pastor. Mrs. Willie Mac Rolax and Mrs. Odessa Reec attended a program at White Plain Saturday night. Mrs. Doris Rose and Mrs. Doris Rolax attended the funer- al of Ms. Betty Ann Hinton Saturday at Springfield Baptist Church in Waverly Hall. Rev. Alfred McCrary officiated. Bobby Thomas of Hamilton was in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the family cemetery. Pray for all sick, shut-ins and bereaved families every- where.