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MACHESTER STAR-M.E.RCURY, HARRIS CObLNTY JOURNAL, MERIWErIER VINDICATOR, TALSCrrrON NEW ERA & HOGANSVIIA HOME NEWS - OCTOBERR 17-19, 2001 )ment Center, 13273 ,34 East, P.O. Box 1600, Franklin. GA30217. or 770-854- Fax: 706-675-0448. 7c)700-1 roT-me PERFECT PART-TIME HOME-BASED BUSINESS - Need Christian people who are looking for an income oppor- tunity. Become financially free helping others. Call 706- 646-3794, ext. 4994 VC. 10:10,17,24,31 p)700-2 - Van driving position for Harris County Senior Citizen Center. Requires: criminal background check, drug screen, willing to apply for CDL, 35 hrs./wk, EOE (10:17c)700-2 GENERAL 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 SEWING MACHINE REPAIR - In home service. For more information, call 1-888-268- 6034. (2:23-TFNc)8(X) EVERGREEN LANDSCAP- ING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shrub installa- tion, mowing, trimming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. Call Mark Hood 706- 663-4757; Cell: 415-0775. (3:I- TFNc)800 DELOACH CONSTRUCTION - repairs, remodeling, additions and new homes. Call (706) 672- 9169. If no answer please leave a message and phone num- ber. (4:12-TFNc)800 ATTENTION! Own a comput- e Work from home. Mail order/e-commerce. $1000- $7000 PT-FT. Free info. www.yourtum4dreams.com 1- 888-684-86O9. (9:26;10:3,10,17c)700-3 CHRISTMAS MONEY OR CAREER - Your choice with Avon. Call 1-800-959-1035. (10:17 24.31' 11:7p)7C0-3 AAA GREETING CARD ROUTE - 25 top stores (all local). $1000 wkly. 800-734- 5064. (10:17c)700-3 LI US WORK _,o., 800 ROFESSIONAL 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 D&A CONSTRUCTION - We do remodeling, ceramic tile, additiong and any repairs. Call for free estimates. Dwayne (70) 566-8415 or (706) 655- 2561. (7:12,TFNc)800 GUTrERING/BLOWN INSU- LATION Seamless guttenng; expert installation. Blown insu- lation. Save on cooling/heat- ing. Free estimates. Call Weyman Owens, 846 2818. (#755"6:1 TFNc)800 MR. HANDYMAN - Top quali- ty work. Painting, sheetrock, pressure washing, many other minor repairs, and carpenter work. Call 582-3424. (#1523"9:30 TFNc)800 HOME REMODELING - Call Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041. (11:24-TFNc)800 GIVE YOUR HOME A FACE LIFT! Remodel, renovations, painting. Call today for free esti- mate. Lyons Homes, 706-672- 0044 or 706-672-0282. (6:23 TFNp)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND FOWLER'S CONSTRUC- TION additions, buildings, remodeling, water damage, dacks & pat. (706) 846-3136 or cell (706) 302-3616. (1/3- TFNc)S00 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at an affordable price. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706-655-3427. (11:8-TFNc)800 DUKE'S LAWNS & GAR- DENS - Landscaping design, install, flower gardens, refur- bishing old yards and new, trim bushes, pine straw. Quality and expenence for 25 years. 553- 5533. Call day or night. (4:18- TFN nc)8(X) HOME REMODELING - Vinyl replacement windows, vinyl siding. Licensed electrical and plumbing. Call 553-5305 or (cell) 706-249-1994. (5:16- TFNc)800 LACKEY'S LAWN SERVICE - Commercial & Residential - Free estimates. Mowing, mulching, tnmming, flower beds, etc. Call 846-8635. (9:26;10:3,10,17p)800 K E ENTERPRISES - New home constructk and rerrxxl- cling. Call Kathy Ellis 628-5094. (9:26;10:3,10,17p)800 SERVICES AVAILABLE Bushhogging, backhoe work, septic systems, fireplace man- tels with marble surrounds/hearths, wallpaper and ceramic tile. Call 628-5094. (9:26; 10:3,10,17p)800 SOUTHERN HOMES PAINT- ING AND REPAIR - No job too small. Experienced and dependable. Free estimates. 846-5562, leave message. (9:12-10:31p)800 SAND BLASTING - Have machine to bead blast and clean equipment, tools, machinery, etc. Call 706-674- 2894. Leave message. (9:26;10:3,10,17c)800 WORSLEY HOME REPAIR - Siding, storage, building, paint- ing, pressure washing, remod- SPECIAL AUTO FIILn.NCE iiii i iiii, -SUPER CEmR Specializing In Credit Due to Bad Credit, Repo's, Leins & Judgements HOTIJI l.eee-mz-eaW IRHIOBBv HITSUBISHI NOTORS PARKWAY MITSUBISHI 1327 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange, GA (706) 882-Ze Wake Up and Drive eling. Call 846-9716, leave message. (9:26; 10:3,10,17p)800 WILL SIT WITH ELDERLY - In afternoon. Have expenence. Call 674-2209. (10:3,10,17c)800 LITTLE ANGELS CHILD CARE - Has openings avail- able for children. Call 846-9602, ask for Leila. (10:17p)800 CHILD CARE - Degreed teacher who is now stay-at- home mom would like to keep kids in her horne. Christian envi- ronment, excellent references. If interested, call 637-5452. (10:17c)800 CHILD CARE - I will keep childen in my home from 6:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Call 672-2488. (10:17,24p)800 VINYL SIDING- 20 years expe- nence this area. 846-2738 or 846-9244. (10:17,24,31; 11:7p)800 A.C. STEAM CLEANING & JANITORIAL SERVICES - Autos, residential, commercial Home and office cleaning. Unbeatable prices, free esti- mates. Call 706-637-8244 or 706-637-8034. ( 10:17,24c)800 LOST DOG - Miniature dachs- hund, brown. 2 years old. Fading tattoo in ear. Lost in vicinity of Oak Mountain Estates near Waverly Hall. 655-3784 or 582-6063. Reward. (10:17c)900 LOST - Liver and white Spnnger Spanier, lost in Phil Howe Rd., Raleigh Rd. vicini- ty. Reward. Call 706-846-9628. (10:17,24c)900 lOO0 ('H|R SPECIAL SERVICES - At Lighthouse Assembly, 150 Pine Street, Wavedy Hall, October 21st at 11 a.m. serv- ice. Rev. Jimmy Templeton of Lakeland, Florida will be guest speaker. (10:17c)1000 Run/Wa/k/Ro// Set for RWSIR The second annual Roosevelt Run/Walk/Roll For Rehabilitation is slated for Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. Voted the Best New Race of 2000 by Georgia Runner Magazine, the 5K and one- mile competitions got their start last fall and raised over $2,000 for student programs at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for Rehabilitation Vocational Unit. Races will again be held on the Roosevelt Institute grounds with both starting and finishing at the Center for Therapeutic Recreation. The 5"K will start at 3 p.m. and the one-mile at 4. Awards will be presented for Overall, Master's, RWSIR Employee and Wheelchair Male and Female winners, as well as in five-year age groups. Everyparticipant will receive a long-sleeve, three- color race T-shirt and there will be plenty of door prizes. Entry fees will be $17 through Nov. 9 and $20 there. after through race day. All wheelchair participants must register by Nov. 1. All pro- ceeds again go the VRU. To register or for more information, contact Jayne Bryan at 706/65.5-5118. Therapy Month Cdebrated at Roosevelt October is Physical Therapy Month. In obsetw-ance of the evenL the physical therapists at the Roosevelt Warm Springs Institute for willhosttheir thi annual Red  Blood Drive from 12 noon until 5 p.m. on Oct. 23 in historic Georgia Halt Soft drinks and homemade snacks will be provided for everyone n attendance. For more informa Greene can be reached at 706/655-564& Callaway Gardens October 2001 Events Callaway Gardens is a worM-class horticultural dis- play garden and resort in Pine Mountam, Go., which features an array of activities through- out the year. Below are the events for October. Admission is $12 per adu]t ar $6 per chiJ (6-12). Children five and younger are admitted free. Rates do not include sales tax and may increase during spe- cial events. Two-day tickets are available and valid for consec- utive days only. 6ardens admission includes the Virginia Hand Callaway Discovery Center, Callaway Brothers Azalea Bowl, Birds of Prey program, Cecil B. Day Butterfly Center, John A. Sibley Horticultural Center, Discovery Bicycle Trail, Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden, Pioneer Log Cabin, Ida Cason Callaway Memorial  and nunous wallang trails. CaUaway Gardens, operat. ed by the non-pmfit lda Cason Ca11ay Foundation, is open 9.00 a.m. EST to S.O p.m. daily, 365 days per year, and is fun for the entire family. The two operate in unison as a model for excellence in enrironmen- tal education and land stew- ardshir. Callaway Gardens is in Pine Mountain, Ca., 60 min- utes southwest of Atlanta and 30 minutes north of Columbus. For additional information, contact Callaway Gardens at 1-800- CALI.,AWAY (225-5292) or www.callawaygardens.com. Learn how to prepare tasty broccoli dishes with the Fall cooking series, Callaway Gardens Presents: Cooking with Vegetables. October 20 - Fee: $25 per person, reser- vations required. Call 1-800- CALLAWAY (225-5292), ext. 6765. Enjoy a 15-minute "how- to-grow" session from ahor- ticulturist and a 45-minute cooking demonstration from our staff of chefs highlight- ing broccoli. For a grand finale, attendees will enjoy a buffet lunch featuring the dishes plus two complemen- tary wine samples from Georgia Crown Distributors. Autumn against some of the world's finest golfers at one of Georgia's oldest profegsion- al golf tournaments. Proceeds from the tourna- ment benefit a number of area youth charities includ- ing the Boys Clubs and Girls Clubs. Since Buick has spon- sored the event, millions of dollars have been raised for charities in the area. Tickets may be purchased by con- tacting the Buick Challenge offices, P.O. Box 2056, Columbus, Ga., 31902 or by telephone at 1-888-4CHAL- LENGE or 706-324-0411. Individual season badges, group season badges and sponsorship packages are available. Adventure Hike Join our exploration of different habitats in the unique Cason J. Callaway Memorial Forest. October 20 - Fee: $5 members, $6 non- members. Reservations required. Ages: 12 years and older, under 16 must be accompanied by adult. Discover magnificent longleaf pines and chestnut oaks along the Pine Mountain Ridge where Fall color will be unfolding. Lush fern beds are breathtaking in the bet- tomlands along Barnes Creek. Enjoy a day in the woods on this 4.5-mile, mod- erately strenuous hike. l003A Tour's Georgia Junior Buick Stamp Exhibit The Georgia Junior Duck Stamp Exhibit features stu- dent wildlife art submitted to the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Now through October 3!- Free with Gardens Admission. Callaway Gardens is proud to host the 2000-2001 Georgia Junior Duck Stamp Exhibit at the Virginia Hand Callaway Discovery Center. One hundred entries are on display through October 31, including Georgia's 36 win- ners. The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service sponsors this pro- gram annually to promote conservation through arts. r-tmiw00 Children and adults alike will enjoy October weekends full of harvest activities and entertainment. October 13 & 14, and 20 & 21 - Free with Gardens admission; howev- er, a fee is charged for some activities. Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden will be buzzing with activity as families enjoy pumpkin carving contests, scarecrow building competi- tions, a children's Nature Costume contest, a honey bee exhibit, a blacksmith, story- telling, bluegrass music and more. Harvest products and food also will be available for purchase. Fall Flower Arranging with Ubbey Oliver Let Libbey Oliver take the mystery out of arranging flowers and making beauti- ful Fall decorations. October 19 - Fee: $70 per person, includes lunch. Reservations required. Call 1-800-CAI. AWAY (225-5292), ext. 5153. Libbey Oliver, former manager of floral services for the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, now lectures and serves as a consultant to the flora] indus- try. Oliver will demonstrate several techniques with a variety of materials during the morning and after par- ticipants enjoy a delicious lunch they'll be able to cre- ate designs of their own. Challenge at Callaway Check out the swing of your favorite golf pro while watching them compete in the Buick Challenge. October 25-28 - Tickets must be pur- chased from the Buick Challenge office. The Buick Challenge, October 25-28, offers specta- tors, players and sponsors one of the PGA Tour's most exceptional events as well as a tournament with a rich his- tory. Competing for a purse of $3.4 million, the 2000 tour- nament champion, David DuvaU, defends his title Cooking Class: Broccoli Season Bioonts Fall has arrived when the beauty of mums is on display at Callaway Gardens. October- November- Free with Gardens admissio Autumn at Callaway Gardens means chrysanthe- mum season. During October and November, beautiful chrysanthemums are di played throughout the Gardens, spocifically at the Sibley Horticultural Center and Mr. Cason's Vegetable Gardeix Another favorite spot to enjoy in the Gardens is Mr. Cason's Vegetable Garden. By mid-November unique chrysanthemum cascades adorn the Sibley Center with their extraordinary beauty. Advanr0000l Fly-Fishing October 20-21 - Fee: $225 per student includes use of premium equipment plus catered lunch both days, Reservations required. Call 1-800-CALLAWAY (225- 5292), ext. 5142 Taught by Federation of Fly Fishers certified advanced casting instruc- tors, this class is designed for fly fishers who have taken our beginner's level class or any anglers wanting to take their skills to the next level. It can help anyone improve their skills. Cars, Tr, Vans, Sport Utilities. New And Used - Hundreds of Makes & Models To Choose From! 00O0000Oll.i.OIm 100mO.#,.]00.561S 24 HouRs A DAY, 7 DAYS A WEEK