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STAR-1VIERCURY, HARRIS CObr'I'Y JOURNAL,  VLNDICATOR, TALBOTrON NEW ERA & HOGANSVlLLE HOME NEWS - NOV. 14 - Nov. 16, 2001 700-1 POLICE OFFICER - City of Manchester Police an opening for a Applicant must be 21 of age, possess a valid Ucense, and be a school graduate or have a GED. Georgia POST ap.ants onty. Applicants background investi- driver's license review and screen. The City of opponun ifild. Applicants should submit Chief LA. Genus, P.O. 366, Manchester, Georgia (11:7,14c)700-1 - Immediate openings. t needs supar- and assistants. Work from Full training. Bonuses, paid youdifeishere.com (11:7,14,21 p)700-1 Growing company individuals in their mar- dept. Rapid advancement, earning potential, compa- ,moil- individuals. $30- Don't miss this opportu- Call Angie at 770-252-1929. IEMENT OPPORTUNITY 'is boom- I We need energetic people to znall team rep- Sales experience a not required. Starting pay Call Angie at 770-252-1930. (11:14c)700-1 AVAILABLE NOW! RNs, and PSAs. In  It for one on one care. Call 1-800- (11:14c)700-1 SHERIFF - The Pike Sheriff's Office is now tak- ! applications for the position of Sheriff, a current post certi- Fax resume to IPike County Sheriff's Office (770) Applications accepted 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.E.O.E. WANTED - Chnstmas tree Nov. 26th thru Fla. CI Buddy Janet 706-846-9714. NB.P w0000rr. Thursday thru Sunday, 5:00 to 10:00 p.m. $7.00 per hour snacks. Phone 1-877-612- (11:14,21c)700-2 $250 mo. PT., $3,000 roD. FT. Free www.look2dreams.com. (11:14,21,28c)700- BUSINESS - Eam $2,000 in the next 30 to 60 706-322- 1. (11:14c)700-3 - OI'I';N il()USI': November 18, 2 - 5:00 p.m. November 25, 2 - 5:00 p.m Illl -' 800 & SALVAGE - New used parts, we buy aluminum copper and brass. We'll haul (706) 655-2174 (2/21- CONSTRUCTION - We do ceramic tile, additions any repairs. Call for free esti- 706) 566-8415 or 655-2561. (7:12,TFNc)800 INSULA- Seamless guttenng; expert Blown insulation. Save Free estimates. Call Weyman Owens, 846 2818. (#755"6:1 TFNc)800 MR. HANDYMAN - Top quality work. Painbng, sheetrock, pressure wash- ing, 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 UFT! Remodel, renovations, painting. Call today for free estimate. Lyons Homes, 706-672-0044 or 706-672- 0282. (63 TFNp)800 an affordable price. ResidentS, com- mercial and repairs. Call 706-655- 3427. (11:8-TFNc)800 DUKE'S LAWNS & GARDENS - FaU is the best time to pant and trans- plant existing plants, shrubs, small trees, bulbs, ground covers, rescue and rye grass seeds. Design or redesign your environment. Quality guaranteed, 20 years expenence. 553-5533. (10:24-TFN nc)800 HOME REMODEUNG - Vinyl replacement windows, vinyl siding. Licensed electrical and plumbing. Call 553-5305 or (cell) 706-249- 1994. (5:16-TFNc)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GENER- AL CONTRACTING - Interior, exte- rior painting, hardwood fk)or refinish- ing, 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)800 EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shrub instalfion, mowing, trim- ming, leaves, etc. Licensed and insured. Free estimates. Call Mark Hood 706-663-4757; Cell: 415-0775. (3:I-TFNc)800 K E ENTERPRISES - New home constru and remodeling. Call Kathy Ellis 628-5094. (10:24; 11:7,16,23p)800 SERVICES AVAILABLE Bushhogging, backhoe work, septic s,, fireplace mantels with mar- ble surrounds/hearths, wallpaper and ceramic tile. Call 628-5094. (10:31; 11:7,14;21p)800 HOME SERVlClES - Big job or small, we'll do it all. ,'vinyl siding & windows additions .decks ,new construction remodeling -concrete work. Free estimates Reasonable rates. Call toda 825-5657 or 956-0194. (10:31; 11:7,14,21c)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 DRIVER AVAILABLE - Am availab to transport mob  to doc- tor's appointments, etc. in set radk at reasonab rates. Can 553- 9900 for . (11:14c)800 FOWLER'S CONSTRUCTION additions, buildings, remodeling, water damage, decks& patios. (706) 846-3136 or cell (706) 302-3616. (1/3-TFNc)eO0 QUALITY PLUMBING - Quality at GERKIES 8TIJMP GRIN[HNG - We get to the root of your problem. Discounts on larger jobs. All work done at a low affordable price. Free estimates. Call 1-706-553-2005. (11:1421,28; 12:5p)800 State Predicts More Traffic For Holiday The Georgia State Patrol is predicting heavier than normal traffic across Georgia during the long 102- hour Thanksgiving holiday period. Georgia State Patrol Commuder Colonel George Ellis said the heavy traffic could translate to as many as 20 deaths on state's roads. The Thanksgiving holi- day period begins Wednesday, November 21 at 6 p.m. and ends at midnight, Sunday, November 25. During that time, Colonel Ellis said predictions are for 3,510 traffic crashes and 1,025 injuries in addition to the 20 fatalities. Last year, there were 18 fatalities, 801 injuries and 3.190 traffic crashes. "Thanksgiving is always the heaviest traveled holiday period each year," Colonel Ellis said. "The events of September 11 have left some people opting for motor vehi- cle travel this year rather than flying to their holiday destination. Given this com- bination, it is highly proba- ble this holiday period will be the heaviest traveled period ever in Georgia," he said. Colonel Ellis said State Troopers would be on full- patrol on Wednesday and Sunday, which are the heav- iest travel days of the holi- day period. "State Troopers wig be concentrating on safe travel during holiday patrols," he said. "Troopers will not hesitate to ticket dan- gerous drivers, especially when innocent people are endangered. We want motor vehicle travel to be as safe as possible." He encouraged motorists planning to travel for the hol- iday period to plan their trips well in advance. "Be pre- pared for heavier than nor- rnal traffic on the interstates and major traffic arteries," he sakL "Allow yourself plen- ty of time to reach your des- tination and anticipate delays." Colonel Ellis also stressed the importance of making rest stops along the way to avoid driver fatigue. "Take turns driving if possi- ble or, ff traveling alone, take a break at the first signs of fatigue," he emphasized. "A drowsy driver is just as dan- gerous on the road as an alco- hol or drug impaired driver." The Georgia State Patrol will be participating in Operation C.A.R.E., or com- bined Accident Reduction Effort, during the holiday patrol. Operation C.A.R.E. is an international effort by law enforcement officers to reduce the number of traffic crashes and deaths during the holiday period through high visibility enforcement patrols. The highest number of fatalities recorded over the Thanksgiving holiday period was 43 in 1969 and the low- est was four in 1949. West Georgia Health System LaGrange, GA. - New Pay Rates[ West Georgia Health System has an exciting opportunity to join our new shod-term stay/med-surg unit! Limited weekend shifts! Hours are 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. or 7 p.m. - 7 a.m.t Must have current GA licensure. We have immediate openings for:. RNs LPNs CNAs Unit Secretaries We offer competitive salanes and excellent benefits package including: health, dental, life and disability options, earned time off, retirement plan, tax deferred annuities, credit union, tuition reimbursement and more! Apply in per- son or mail/fax resume to Human Resources, 1514 Vernon Road, LaGrange, GA. 30240 or log on to our website at www.wghs.org to download an applica- tion. EOE. l! Vt Georgm - ' Healfla System ati0n 0n-Line at www. ]arkwaymits.c0m LaGrange, GA. (706) 84.5-3224 * Fax: (706)84S-3380 Callaway i qovember Calendar of Events Callaway Gardens is a worM-class horticultural dis- play garden and resort in Pine Mountain, Ga., which features an array of activi- ties throughout the year Below are the events for November. Admission is $12 per adult and $6 per child (6- 12). Children five and younger are admitted free. Rates do not include sales tax and may increase during special events. Two-day tickets are available and valid for con- secutive days only. Gardens 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 Chapel and numer- ous walking trails. Callaway Gardens, oper- ated by the non-profit Ida Co.son Callaway Foundation, is open 9: a.m. EST to 5:00 p.m. daffy, 365 days per year, and is fun for the entire fam- ily. The two operate in uni- son as a model for excellence in environmental education and land stewardship. 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- CALLAWAY (225-5292) or www.caUawaygardens.com. The Coca-Cola Company's Sundblom Santa See the original artwork by I-Iaddon Sundbl0m 0 (the famous joHy smiling, rosy- checked, bearded gentle- man in a red suit. November 12-January 6 - Free with Gardens admission. Everyone's current image of Santa was origi- nally the idea of artist Haddon Sundblom, com- missioned to create a Santa to be used in the Coca-Cola Company's advertising some 70 years ago. Sundblom's first Santa Claus appeared in a 1931 advertisement in the Saturday Evening Post and his enduring images still delight the young and old alike. Don't miss an oppor- tunity to view this original and historical display. Beaujolais Nouveau The evening begins with a reception featuring the 2001 Beaujolais Nouveau as well as other fine wines from the Burgundy wine region. November 16 - Fee: One night package rate is $261 plus tax. Reservations required. Call 1-800-CALL- AWAY (225-5292), ext. 5249. Hors d'oeuvres from the Burgundy region are served to complement the wines, followed by a buffet dinner featuring tradition- al menu items also from the Burgundy region. This one- night package includes accommodations, recep- tion, wines and buffet din- ner. Cooking Class: Beaujolais Nouveau a buffet lunch featuring the three dishes and two com- plementary wine samples from Georgia Crown Distributors. Wooden Basket Weaving Hand-weave a beautiful and functional square mar- ket basket. November 17 - Fee: $48, reservations required. Call 1-800-CALL- AWAY (225-5292), ext. 5153. Participants should have good hand strength and a sense of humor! All materials will be provided. Fantasy In Lights Night Walk The only opportunity to walk through Fantasy In Lights. November 18 - Fee: $12/adult, $6/child (ages 6- 12, five and younger are admitted free). Reservations required. Call the March of Dimes at (706) 569-8302. Enjoy an enchanted evening strolling through millions of lights along five miles of beautiful holiday scenes choreographed to delightful music. Proceeds benefit the March of Dimes and the Ida Cason Callaway Foundation. Fantasy In Lights Celebrates Anniversary With more than 8 million lights, the holidays are bright at Callaway Gardens' Fantasy In Lights. November 21-December 27 - Tickets are available begin- ning October 29. Call 1-800- CALLAWAY (225-5292) for Fantasy In Lights ticket information. Fantasy In , Lights tickets include admks- " sion to Callaway Gardens. This incredible ride- through event includes larg- er-than-life holiday scenes nestled in the beautiful woodlands. You'll be awed by such delightful scenes as Santa's Workshop, March of the Toy Soldiers, Magical Christmas Garden, Snowflake Valley and our newest scene, Enchanted Rainbow Forest. At Robin Lake Beach, enjoy the beau- tiful Nativity and entertain- ing rendition of The Night Before Christmas. Inside the Christmas Village, exhibits, crafters, entertain- ment and delicious food send your spirits soaring. Of course, Santa is there to hear the wish of every boy and girl! Call for prices and details. Thanksgiving Buffet Food, food and more food on three different buffets. November 22 - Fee: Priced from $22.50 per adult, plus tax, depending on location. Reservations required at some locations. Call 1-800- CALLAWAY (225-5292), ext. 5274. Enjoy a bountiful Thanksgiving buffet at the Callaway Convention Center Ballrooms, Plantation Room, or Gardens Restaurant. OR, order from the menu at the Country Kitchen or Georgia Room. Saturday, December 1, 2001, 10AM MERIWETHER CO. -- 5 Parcels -- * Commercial Property * o Development Property Investment Property Mini Farms Acreage 3 Bed/2 Bath Home - Doublewide Mobile Home Equipment & Miscellaneous Tools Call for Information & Directions Term on Real ate Transactions: 20% down day of sale Close within 30 days - 10% Buyer's Premium. BANK LETTER OF CREDIT REQUIRED. i STATE-WIDE REALTY & AUCTION P.O. BOX 7643 * TtFTON, GA 31793 GAL #2494 TOLL FREE 1-877-600-7253 www.state-wideauction.com SPECIAL ITO RNANCE SUPER CENTER tR Specializing In e-F.stablishing Your Credit Due to ankruptcles, Divorces / Bad Credit, Repo's, Leins & Judgementz Learn how to prepare tasty wine dishes with the Fall cooking series, Callaway Gardens Presents: Cooking with Vegetables. November 17 - Fee: $49.95 per person, reservations required. Call l00p, 5292), ext. 6765. This class will feature three recipes prepared 'ARKWAY ,4, with this year's Beaujolais I Nouveau. For a grand MITSUBISHI finale, attendees will enjoy I Ill 1327 LaFayette Parkway LaGrange, GA (71)6) - Wake Up and Dave I I