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1VLNCHESTER STAR-1VIERCURY, HARRIS COUNTY JOURNAL, I VINDICATOR, TM,BOTTON NEW ERA, HOG,SmLLE HOME NEWS - DEC. 4-6, 2002 managing qualities. Bring to Fuller "Life" Center, 23 East St., Manchester, Ga. 700-t DIRECTORS: - Opening new bi-monthly. Great opportunity for motivated, well spoken, Management sales expenence pre- but we will train the nght For interview: (770) ext. 30. (12:4c)700- $3O TO Our industry is We need organized, individuals interested b a career with an established Customer service or tround a plus but not Jired. Training provided. Call 252-1930, ext. 25. 12:4c)700-1 WRITER - Pathways is seeking to contract expenenced grant writer research and apply for grants fund mental health and DISEASE pro- Minimum BA/BS. years experience. references. Call at: 706-845-4045. 2:4,1 lc)700-1 HELP WANTED - Star-Mercury Publishing Company has a part- time opening for the right indi- vidual in the press room and dis- tribution department. Hours vary but are pnmarily afternoons and nights on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Applicants must be reliable, and trustworthy and possess a valid driver's license with a clean driving record. AR in person to Star-Mercury Publishing Co., 3051 Roosevelt Highway, Manchester, 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday thru Friday. (12:4,11 nc)700-2 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 HOME REMODELING - Call Jerry Tumlin at 706-663-8041. ( 11:24-TFNc)800 CURTIS PAINTING AND GEN- ERAL 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-'rFNc)800 EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING & LAWN SERVICE - Sod, seed and tree shrub installation, mow- ing, tnmming, leaves, etc. / and in the e and eking )700- HOUSE FOR RENT 729 Jenni Lane, Manchester, GA 31816 House for rent or sale, a!l 0ffers con- side00:MustG0! Call Hamp at 706-655-3922 (day) or 706-655-2346 (evenings) R&D Homes means less cost to the customer. . Specializing in land and home loans. We'll get approvals, financing, and set closing dates. All done quickly and easily for the customer. FI.EglWO. ...... ; 706-648-1193 1699 Bamesville Hwy. .l/ US 27, New Franklin Road * LaGrange, GA * (706) 882-2576 CREDIT PROBLEMS? Due to Bankruptcy_, Divorce, Liens, IL.ey-4rs? WE CAN HELP! ! ! On-The-S00at Aaurovab. & l)elivel-y Curtis-The |i tredit Doctor Call Curtis...The Credit Doctor 1: ,i 1-800-772-4389 or (706) 882-2576 .i FREE CALL! All Applications Accepted -- 111 --" -- -- " lilllll I Licensed and insured. Free esti- mates. Call Mark Hood, 706- 663-4757; cell: 415-0775. (3:I- TFNc)S00 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 typesof lawn care, landscaping, laying sod, tractor work, bush- hogging and sprinkler systems. 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. Quality guaranteed. 553-5533. (7-17- TFN nc)800 NEED TRACTOR WORK? We cut hay and ba, bushhog, pkw and box blade. Also sub-soiling, fence work and driveways. Front-end loader. Cell David Scott (706) 628-5278. (4:24- TFNc)800 MOBILE HOME REPAIR - Lawn service, lawn mower repair, reflooring, roof i'epair, Do You Know Really Rules At Signaled Intersections? By STEVE BLACKffTON D.O.T. - Dlrlct  Engineer Many people every day walk across the road; but at a signalized intersection, are they doing it right? Most of the state's signalized intersections have pedestrian signal heads located at the inte These pedestrian signal heads are there to help the non-motor- ized public get across the roadway. The pedes- trian signal heads display three types of sig- nals just as a regular traffic signal does. First is a white WALK signal. This signal is represented by a figure in a walking stance. When you see this symbol, it means that you may enter the intersection and cross with the traffic. But as always you should look both ways before entering any roadway to make sure there is no moving traffic coming at you. Second is a FLASHING DON'T WALK signal. This signal shows a hand that will flash on and off over and over. When you see this signal, just keep walking ff you are already in the roadway. Many people think that this means turn around. But ff you have entered the roadway, continue to walk to the opposite side. If you have not entered the roadway, DO NOT. The signal allows a set amount of time for the pedestrian to cross the intersec- tion. This time is made up of the walk time and the flashing don't walk. When a person enters the intersection during the flashing don't walk, they are not getting the fulf time needed to.cross the intersection. Third and last is a SOI,ll) DON'T WALK signal. This signal snows a continu- ous hand. Anytime you see a solid don't alk symbol DO NOT ENTER the roadway. When this is present, either traffic is moving across the roadway that you want to cross or is about to start moving on the roadway. To use the pedestrian signals located at intersections, look on the pole where the pedestrian signal head is located You wilt see a button attached to the pole. When that button is pressed, a signal is sent to the inter- section controller that you are there and want to cross the roadway. Some intersections do not have these pedestrian signals. The state is in the process of getting pedestrian signals at intersections where they are needed. If you do not have a pedestrian signal you should again look both ways before entering the roadway and then cross with the traffic signal. If you have any questions please call Steven Blackston, District Signal Engineer for the Third District of the Department of Transportation (706) 646-6560. pressure washing, plumbing, electricaIHandy Manandat 706-846-8323.leveling" Call Farm Award Nominati o n s (6:5-TFNc)800 NEED A CELL PHONE? Call Anget wilh  One soon to be Verizon Wireless, for all of your business and personal cel- lular sen'ice needs. FREE deliv- ery right to you! 706-575-6360. (10:30; 11:4 thru 12:8c)800 CHILD CARE - Licensed child care provider. 12 months to 3 years. Flexible rates. Call 706- 672-3855. (11:6,13,20,27; 12:4,11p)800 SEPTIC SYSTEMS, backhoe and grading services available. All types of tractor work. Call 706/628-4. If no answer, please leave mege. ( 11:6- TFNc)800 CERAMIC TILE INSTALLA' TION and all types of home repair. Call 706/628-5094. if no answer, please leave message (11:6-TFNc)S00 JOHNSON HOUSE PAINTING - Doyou need kde pnt wo. If so, please call Jack Johnson at 706-846-5365, leave mes- sage. (11:20,27; 12:4,11c)800 SUN CONSTRUCrlON AND REPAIRS - Ceramic tile work, floors, walls and countertops. 706-674-2268. Please leave message. (12:4,11,18,25cc)800 SUN CONSTRUCTION AND REPAIRS - Remodeling and new construction. Pressure washing service. Back hoework, cleanng, grading; sep sys- tems, etc. No job  too ge or small. 706-674-2268, please leave message. (12:4,11,1825cc)800 CHIMNEY SWEEP SERVICE - 706-674-2268. Please leave Deadline Is Approaching The 2002 Georgia CentennialFarm Award ceremony will be held at 1:00 p.m. on Friday, October 4th at the opening day of the Georgia National Fair in Perry. The Centennial Farm Program honors m'gnificant farms that have been continuously operating for over 100 years and derve regnition for their his- torical importance. The ceremony will begin with a luncheon followed by the awards presentation. Recognition is given to the farm owners through one of three distinguished awards. The Centennial Heritage Farm Award hon- ors farms owned by members of the same family for 100 y_em or more and listed in the Natiov Rgirof,HistaricPjaces. . The Centennial Farm Award does not require continual family ownership, but farms must beat least 100 years old and list- ed in the National Register of Historic Places. The Centennial Family Farm Award recog- nizes farms owned by members of the same family. During its ten years in existence, the Georgia Centennial Farm Program has rec- ognized more than 250 farms from around the state. The program is administered by the Historic Preservation Division (tltD) of the Georgia Department of Naturat Resources and sponsored by HP]), Georgia Farm Bureau Federation, (;eorgia Department of Agriculture, Georgia Forestry Commission, University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, and the Georgia National Fair and Agricentm: If you are interested in nominating a farm for recognition during the next application cycle, you must apply beiore the March i, 2003 deadline. For an application or more information, contact Gretchen Brock, Chair of the Centennial Farm Committee, at the Hist6ric Preservation Division, 156 "lYinity Avenue, SW, Suite 101, Atlanta, (;A 30303- 3600 or call 404-651 6782. Dr. Brown Named Rural Physician of Year Dale F. Brown, M.D., Medical Director and Assistant CEO for Community Health Care Systems, Inc. was presented the 2002 Rural Health Practitioner of the Year Award by the Georgia Rural Health Association at its annual meeting on October 18th in St. Simons. Each year, the association selects a recipient ti exemplifms the characteris- tics of this award. Factors that are consid- ered in selecting the recipient include out- standing care in a rural community, involve- ment in the community, and lasting contri- butions to the rural health care system as a whole. Dr. Brown has been an active provider for patients in rural communities over the last ten years. He began his career in medi- cine in Wrightsville at the Johnson County Center for Community Health, a new start community health center that opened its doors for business in 1993. Since that time, the community health center has grown to serve patients in three locations in two coun- ties - Johnson and Washington counties with offices in Wrightsville, Tennilie and Sandersville. Dr. Brown's leadership as Medical Director and Assistant CEO has ing fee scale. The sliding fee scale is offset by federal healthcare funding through sec- tion 330 of the Public Health Service Act. There are nineteen federally funded com- munity health centers in the state of Georgia. A native of Imlac, and son of Huel and Erma Jean Brown, Dr. Brown received a Bachelor of Science n Pharmacy from the University of Georgia, cum laude. He received his Doctorate of Medicine from the Medical College of Georgia and was a mem- ber of the Alpha Omega Alpha honor med- ical society. Dr. Brown also serves as an Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine for the Medical College of Georgia and teaches students that rotate through the practice on a monthly basis. In addition to his responsi- bilities to his patients and students, Dr. Brown is involved in the East Georgia Heatth Cooperative as the Chairperson of the Case Management Task Force, a member of the Primary Care Clinician's Network of the Georgia Association for Primary I tealthcare, and is frequently asked to speak at national meetings on diabetes care in the I2rimary b.ealthcare practice. Dr. Brown is also a past recipient of the Georgia Association for CIIEII.F IIITIIME message.(12:4;11,1825c)800 been paramountinthedevelopmentand Primary Healthcare s Clinician of the Year growth of these health centers. Community award. 'ters serve all patients regardless Dr. Brown, his wife, Cind and son, Dale, lit I III II00'IIII WOOD FOR SALE " We of ability to pay and offer services on a slid- Jr. reside in Sandersville. 674-2268. Please leave mes- elentv of Children Still R ki o Aanl ; FREE CALU! ASK F01t FREIIOY FREE sage. (12:4,11,1825c)800 __ 00.ee._n..._ovt.on t  .__ =..o===. [ lam 0 i There is joy on the children's faces as designated sites in Albany, Athens, Augusta, r . SPELL AUTO FINANCE SUPER Cr they talk about the future. Jessie, age 11, Columbus, Macon and Savannah. These chil wants to be a lawyer because she likes to dren will be attending the site at Georgia F or an artist. Jaquieae, seven, has his sights tive adoptive parents in person at an adop- aet on outer qace;, be wants to be an astro- tionparty, from 10:00a.m. to 12:30pro. Z & 706-837-0508 (7a24-TFN nautaomedayand see sllaceallena! But today, These events have been very successful t t nc)1000 silly trick or what he can do to make his sis- Families interested in adopting or learning , Jaquiese is more concerned with his next in helping to create adoptive famities n't  any help laughing or figuring out ticipate in the videoconference or party. The i w. lat he wants to be; he is happy simply being children participating are typically age seven tae center of attention, and older and most are African American I I . .. . dreams are not unlike those of a lot and they all want to be part of a permanent i _  " Ill [/ .of C However, th live with a sober-family. The children who attend these events ,,II !lI!00 FOR RENT -Space Walk,  .W-they are waiting for a perma- are representative of the approximately 250 jenot/ .wi[th enough love and space for children in Georgia who are in need of a per- !,, I Jupiter Jump, cotton candy aUo Likeapproximately45% of the manent family. IP . machine, snow cone machine, Georgia ddldren waRing for adoptive fatal_ hot dogger, tents, balloons, lies, iI, Kaylo, Jaquie and Quartez are For videoconferencing sites and other .______  _.__ karoke, tables, chairs, bubble part of a sibling group. The children are con- information contact Lisa Lumpe of Lumpe & rZ  7____,, , maker and dance Iloot all for rent sidered dif=,lt to place beoause of their Frost, a DHR Office of Adoptions' contrac- at Just Ask Rental at Taylor- Approximately 25 children, most from tor, toll-free, at (877) 242-5774 or call the DHR ,.. '-,  wnm. Fostar, Inc., Manchester, 706- the metro.Atlanta area, will meet and inter.. Office of Adoptions' toll free adoption hot_ 846-3167. (12:4-TFNc)1001 act, via videoconference, with families at line at (877) 210-KIDS.