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MACHESTER STAR-MERCURY, HARRIS COUntY JOURNAL, MERIWETHER VLNDICATOR, T_,BOTrON NEW ERA &amp; HOG,'SnLLE HOME NEWS - NOV. 7 - Nov. 9, 2001 environment. Crook's Market TFNc)800 Senoia. 770-599-8600. POLICE OFFICER - City of Manchester Police has an opening for a officer. Applicant must be 21 of age, possess a valid Dnver's License. and be a school graduate or have a GED Georgia POST applicants only. Applicants Will undergo a background investi- ddver's license review and to a drug screen. The City of is an equal opportunity will be open ttil filled. Apphcants should submit Manchester Police Chief LA. Ganus, P.O. 366, Manchester, Georgia (11:7,14c)700-1 ATTENTION - Immediate openings. t needs super- and assistants. Work from Full training. Bonuses, paid Vacations. www.you difeishere,com (11:7,14,21p)700-1 WANTED - Christmas tree Salesperson/laborer, Nov. 26th thru Dec, 23rd in Naples. Fla. Call Buddy or Janet 706-846-9714. (11:7,14<;)700-2 WANTED AND NEEDED • Man or Woman with dependable transporta- age 70 or younger to drive peo- Ple to the doctor for general appoint- merits. Not responsible for care. Will Pay by the hour. Phone 663-4794. (11:7c)700-2 O00nTONITIES CHRISTMAS MONEY OR (AREER - Your choice with Avon. 1-800-959-1035. (10:17,24,31; 11:7p)700-3 ESCAPE THE RAT RACE - Become self-employed. Mail order • ecommerce. One on one training. Free booklet. 262-812-5491. Ww.MM-HomeBusiness.com (10:24,31; tl :7c)700-3 EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shrub installation, 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 number. (4:12-TFNc)800 FOWLER'S CONSTRUCTION additions, buildings, remodeling, water damage, decks & patios. (706) 846-3136 or cell (706) 302-3616. (1/3-TFNc)800 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at an affordable price. Residential, commercial and repairs. Call 706- 655-3427. (11:8-TFNc)800 DUKE'S LAWNS & GARDENS - Fall is the best time to plant and transplant existing plants, shrubs, small trees, bulbs, ground convers rescue and rye grass seeds. Design or redesign your environment. Quality guaranteed, 20 years expe- rience 553-5533. (10:24-TFN nc)800 HOME REMODELING - Vinyl replacement windows, vinyl siding. Licensed electrical and plumbing. Call 553-5305 or (cell) 706-249- 1994. (5:16-TFNc)800 K E ENTERPRISES - New home construction and remodeling. Call Kathy Ei/is 628-5094. (10:24; 11:7,16,2313)800 SERVICES AVAILABLE Bushhogging, backhoe work, sep- tic systems, fireplace mantels with marble surrounds/hearths, wallpa- per and ceramic tile. Call 628-5094. (10:31; 11:7,14;21p)800 VINYL SIDING - 20 years experi- ence this area. 846-2738 or 846- 9244. (10:1724,31; 11:7p)800 HOME SERVICES- Big job or small, we'll do it all. ,,nyl siding & windows • additions ,decks mew censtmction • remodeling ,concrete work. Free estimates • Reasonable rates. Call today! 825-5657 or 956-0194. (10:31; 11:7,14,21c)800 Congress Provides River Funding Congress is providing full funding to continue com- mercial barge traffic on the Flint, Chattahoochee and Apalachicola Rivers, avert- ing attempts earlier in the year to try to shut it down, U.S. Representative Sanford Bishop said Thursday (November 1). Under an agreement reached between the U.S. House and Senate, $8 million is earmarked in the fiscal 2002 Energy and Water Appropriations Bill for U.S. Corps of Engineers dredging and other maintenance oper- ations to continue navigation on the river system serving southwest Georgia, the Second District Congressman announced. This is $6.2 million more than was proposed for this pur- pose by the Bush Administration, which earli- er wanted to shift the funds to other priorities, he point- ed out. IN ADDITION, the Congressman said, the meas- ure includes $4.9 million to begin removing sand deposits on the banks of the Apalachicola River caused by the dredging, and to trans- port the material to "envi- ronmentally acceptable ben- efici uses" in coastal areas of Florida. Florida lawmak- ers had expressed strong concern about the spillage along their river. "I pushed hard for fund- ing to keep barge traffic mov- ing, and we got it," Representative Bishop said. "Members of Congress understand it would be wasteful to abandon this eco- nomic asset, and the govern- ment investment already made in it, without adequate- ly exploring the possible environmental solutions acceptable to everyone." He said the navigable river system, served by inland ports in Bainbridge and Columbus, generates more than $40 million a year in revenue, including more than $15 million in wages. Community, state, and feder- al governments have invest- ed many millions of dollars in the barge system, he noted. EARLIER IN THE year, several members of the U.S. House and Senate called for the elimination or drastic reduction in funding for the Apalachicola, Chattahoochee, Flint Rivers Navigation Project because of environmental problems and the impact it has on water levels in recreational lakes. When this threat emerged, Representative Bishop organized meetings and on- site visits involving mem- bers of Congress; federal, state and community gov- ernment officials, and corn- RWSIR's Bernstein to Speak At Conference in Bahamas Dr. Brent Bemstein, podiatrist at the Roosevelt Warm  I fcr Rehabilitatn's Diabe Foot Center, has been selected as one of eight speakers for the prestigious Rhode Island PodiaMc's Conference in the Bahamas, Jan. 17- 20, 2002. The conference, which will deal wth the latest techniques in foot surgery, wound care and den'natotogy, will be held atthe Nassau Mamott Resort. Bemstein is in his second year at RWSIR and resides in NewP, an. He will speak to an audi- ence of podiatnc surgeons from allovertbe wodd. To reach RWSIR's Diabe Foot Center, call 706/655-5700. munity civic leaders to reach an understanding that would preserve the barge opera- tions while continuing to deal with environmental con- cernS. An agreement was subse- quently reached, and it was included in the Energy and Water Appropriations Bill approved by a House and Senate conference commit- tee and passed in the House of Representatives Thursday (November 1). Members of the confer- ence committee pointed out that the states of Georgia, Florida and Alabama, which have been engaged in water allocation negotiations since 1997, might be close to reach- ing an agreement on new allo- cation formulas for water storage in federal reservoirs on the river system. Representative Bishop said he remained optimistic that the issue of recreational water levels could be resolved without disruption of barge traffic. U00omi00. Hikes* and Events Date e Nov. 30  7:30 p.m. , 15, Sat, 10 a,m, Jan: 21, Mon. 10 a,m. "'-= coo [B00:,oo ! Religious Organizations Celebrate )PROFESSIONAL Share Your Life Weekend Nov. 9-11 used pans, we buy aluminum LOST KARATE MATS - On and brass. We'll haul junk. (706) 655-2174 (2/2t- CONSTRUCTION - We do ceramic tile, additions any repairs. Call for free esti- Dwayne (706) 566-8415 or 655-2561. (7:12,TFNc)800 Bargains Gal0re Can AlwaysBe FoundlnThe Classifieds!! To place a classified ad, call (706) 846-3188 .OWN INSULA- Seamless guttering; expert Save cooling/heating. Free estimates. Weyman Owens, 846 2818. TFNc)800 Thursday, Nov. 1st around 8:30, I lost 2 large blue mats (5'x10'x2") used for karate. If found, call 846- 2709, 655-5592 or e-mail joelarm- strong @ dovelink.com. Possible reward! (11:7p)900 sheetrock, pressure wash- many other minor repairs, and work. Call 582-3424. TFNc)800 REMODELING - Call Jerry TUmlin at 706-663-8041. (11:24- YOUR HOME A FACE UFT! renovations, painting. Call for free estimate. Lyons 706-672-0044 or 706-672- 0282. (6:23 TFNp)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GENER- CONTRACTING - Interior, exte- hardwood floor refin- t. pressure washing, deck care. 706 655-9051 ; 1-800-827-6858, pin num- (1:26 TFNc)800 MACHINE REPAIR - In informat3n, 1-888-268-6034. (2:23- Saturday, December l, 2001, 10AM MERIWETHER CO. -- 5 Parcels -- • Commercial Property ° ° Development Property • Investment Property ° Mini Farms • Acreage 3 Bed/2 Bath Home - Doublewide Mobile Home Equipment & Miscellaneous Tools ()I'I';N tlOUSE: November 18.2 - 5:00 p.m. * November 25.2 - 5:00 p.m Call for Information & Directions Terms on Real Estate Teanmctions: 20 dogn da of sale Cloe ithin 30 da) s - ]0q Buyer' Premium BANK LER OF CREDIT REQUIRED. 92,9.356.9,7,00 STATE-WIDE Credit Application 0n-Line at www.parkwaymits.c0m REALTY & AUCTION P.O BOX 7543 * TFTON 3A 3"t73 (;AL #2494 TOLL FREE 1-877-600-7253 www.state-wideauction.com Georgia's religious organizations across the state will celebrate Share Your Life Weekend, Nov. 9-11, to increase awareness about the critical need for organ, tis- sue and eye donation. Congregations and clergy of various faiths will unite for this special weekend that includes the distribution of informational and education- al packets by the Georgia Coalition on Donation to reli- gious denomination leaders across the state. Special pro- gram elements also are included for African- American congregations and Jewish synagogues. The Jewish community will cele- brate with Share Your Life Shabbat. The Georgia Coalition is asking clergy members and congregations to get involved in Share Your Life Weekend in various ways including: • Featuring organ and tis- sue donation as part of a ser- mon to members the week- end of Nov. 9-11. • Including an announce- ment in the bulletin or newsletter about donation. • Arranging for congre- gation mgmbcrs who are donor families, transplant recipients or health-care providers to share a brief message with the congrega- tion. • Providing uniform donor cards and information to members. • Including information about donation on outdoor signage or marquee. • Encouraging adult and youth education leaders to start a discussion on organ and tissue donation. "It is our hope that faith leaders will use Share Your Life Weekend as an opportu- nity to discuss their faiths' support of donation and encourage their congrega- tions to discuss organ, tissue and eye donation with their families," said Jeff AI-Mashat, chairperson of the Georgia Coalition on Donation. %Ve know that aside from medical professionals, most people seek advice about donation from their clergy members. This weekend sets aside a spe- cial time for clergy and con- gregations to talk about dona- tion." A CNN/USA Today Gallup poll found that 93 per- cent of people in the United States are affiliated with a religious institution, and 43 percent attend a religious meeting almost every week. However, another Gallup poll shows that fewer than 10 per- cent of people in the United States know their religion has doctrines regarding organ and tissue donation. "Although these beliefs differ between denomina- tions, the underlying theme is the same: organ and tissue donation represents one of the highest forms of loving, giving and caring," said A1 Mashat. "And those are the principles upon which all reli- gions are based." Currently, nearly 80,000 people -1,200 in Georgia - are on the national waiting list for organ transplants. Thousands more need tissue or corneal transplants to dra- matically improve their qual- ity of life or even restore sight. Tragically, nearly 6,000 people die each year while waiting for an organ trans- plant because demand con- tinues to exceed supply. "Clergy are in a unique position to be a part of the miracle of transplantation by encouraging congregations to consider organ and tissue donation," said AI-Mashat. "We hope that during Share Your Life Weekend leaders will facilitate the discussion with their memlers and that in turn families will share their feelings about donation and sign donor cards togeth- er." The Georgia Coalition on Donation is one of 50 non- profit local coalitions dedi- cated to educating the public about organ and tissue dona- tion, correcting misconcep- tions and creating a greater willingness to donate life. Call 1-866-57-SHARE for a free donor card or visit the website shareyourlife.org. SUPER CENTER , R Specializing In e-Establishing Your Credit Due to iiLBankruptcies, Divo ,_r,i 1 Bad Credit, Repo s, i#irt Leins & Judgemem [ PARKWAY MITSUBISHI 1327 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange, GA (7O@ -0 Wake Up and Drive II