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The Sacred Harp sing will be held at
Bayview Nursing Home in Nahunta
on Thursday fall David Lee at 912-458-
2493 or Clarkrom 7-8 p.m. For more
information, ce Lee at 912-458-2268. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 15 , 2008 • VOL 35 • NO 42 • ONE SECTION • © COPYRIGHT 2008 THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE

Fall festival OTC adult education Heron Pride band sweeps competition at
St. Clairs Starlight Ranch will hold it's
1st annual benefit fall festival & fun program wins two 2008 Coastal Empire Classic Marching
horse show on Saturday from 10 a.m. -
until. There will be a horse show, pony
prestigious state awards Band Competition
rides, petting zoo, greased pig catch, Page 3 Page 6
face painting, pumpkin carving, apple
bobbing, food and drinks. For more
information call Fred at 778-3976. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 22 , 2008 • VOL 35 • NO 43 • ONE SECTION • © COPYRIGHT 2008 THE BRANTLEY ENTERPRISE

The Glitzy tots and teens pageant will

be held on Saturday at the Comfort
Inn in Brunswick. The pageant is

open to all ages, boys as well as girls.
For more information call Tammy
Richardson at 912-283-7967.

BCHS students
Game night suspended after
Southeast singles will have a game
Wilson Wainright and
night on Saturday at 5 p.m. at Nancy’s
house. Win, loe, or draw. Covered dish. Cassie Lee, daughter list discovered
For more information call Betty at 285- of Greg Lee, put the The Brantley Enterprise has
5024, Nancy at 281-6026 or Faye at 458 learned that three Brantley County
finishing touches on High School students have been sus-
the recent sprucing pended and may face further crimi-
nal charges after school officials
up of Oak Grove found a so-called death list contain-
ing names of students and teachers
Church. According to the students apparently thought
Wainright, in the old should be
days church members School
used to ride down to did not
release the
the river and get sand
Fall Festival to clean the floors
names of
the female
Waynesville Church of God will host
it's annual Fall Festival on Saturday and scrub it off with but all were
at 3 pm. There will be games, food, 14 years old and all were from the
prizes, booths with crafts, purses,
corn shucks and tote Hortense area.
hand made jewelry, a hay ride, and buckets of water from Deputy James Denison
responded to a call from BCHS
SaviorLife Band will be playing on the old hand pump to principal Randy Yonz in reference
stage. For more information please to threats made by students at the
call 778-4884. rinse it clean. Some high school Oct. 3. After speaking
of those involved in with Yonz, Denison turned the case
over to investigator Lamar DePrat-
Reunion the clean-up included ter, who was to have met with Yonz
the following Monday.
Descendants of Manning and Troy, Bruce and Wil- The newspaper was unable
Charlotte Griffin will hold their an- son Wainright; Greg to determine the outcome of that
nual family reunion at the Hoboken meeting, but according to sheriff ’s
Elementary School Cafeteria on Lee and daughters; department reports, all three
students were subject to juvenile
Sunday. Lunch will be served at 12:30 Sydney Lee, and Kurt arrest on charges of terroristic
p.m. Bring a covered dish and bever-
age. Eating utensils and ice will be
Crews. threats.
Brantley school superintendent
provided.For more information call Photo by Wayne Morgan/Staff Drew Sauls said Tuesday that the
Cheryl (912)614-2081. three students were to face a tribu-
nal this week to determine what
action should be taken.

Talk to Coach Tribunals are made up of teach-

ers or administration officials.
Brantley County Heron's Head A spokesman for the sheriff ’s
Football Coach Sean Pender will be at department also said the cases may
be turned over to the juvenile jus-
Mikey's Pizza on Monday at 7 p.m. to
tice system for further prosecution.
discuss game highlights as well as the Apparently the four suspects
agenda for the upcoming week. were showing the list around
to other students, one of whom
reported it to high school officials,
UPCOMING... which led to the call to the sheriff ’s

Early Voting
Registered voters can vote early for VOTE
VOTE BRANTLEY’S stinging 57-13
the November 4 General Election now
through October 31. Voting can be TUESDAY
loss to Appling County leaves
done at the Board of Elections office
located at 104 Allen Street in Nahunta
NOV. 4
November 4 ! the team in 7th place and
facing the former gorilla of
from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m., Monday - Friday. POST REPUBLICAN DEMOCRAT
For more information call Christine BOC Post #1 (Chairman) Ronald Ham Chuck Scott region 2-AA Charlton, thank-
BOC Post #2 Greg O’Quinn Dru Dixon Smith
Turner at 462 6159. BOC Post #3 Mike Edgy Matt Edwards fully much weaker this year,
County Surveyor Harry Strickland
Coroner Richard Fox and two cellar dwellers: Long
Trick-or-Treat Sheriff
Tax Commissioner
David Herrin
Pat Tompkins
Robert Thomas (I)
Lorna Thomas (I) and Tattnall counties.
The City of Nahunta will hold trick-or- BOE Post #1 Linda Marion (I)
BOE Post #3 Joey Shuman (I) Everett Lee
treating on Thursday, October 30 from BOE Post #5 Kerry Mathie (I)
6-8 p.m. Probate (Non-partisan)
Magistrate (Non-partisan)
Johnny Crews
Jeff Thomas
See Page 7
Board meeting
The Satilla Community Services
Board will meet Thursday, October FAMILY DAZE WEEKEND WEATHER
30 at 6 p.m. in Peterson Hall at South
Things that really scare kids Fri
70 %
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at 2 p.m. in the school media
MORE center. The PTO meeting will
follow at 3:15 p.m.

Tee it up DON'T MISS IT!

Georgia College, Douglas. For The Okefenokee Technical Col- Arts and Crafts Show
more information contact lege Foundation "Tee It Up For Big Z Warehouse
LaCretia Gassem at 449-7101. Tools" Golf Tournament will
Blackshear, GA.
be held Friday, November 7 at
Saturday, November 8
the Okefenokee Golf and Coun-
Gravemarking try Club. The event begins with
lunch at 11:30 a.m. and a shot-
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Over 300 Spaces available
A Revolutionary War grave-
marking ceremony for John gun start at 12:30 p.m. Proceeds Call after 5 p.m. 449-5299, 449-5352, or 550-1079.
Ammons will take place at 3:30 will benefit OTC students by Admission: adults $1, 12 and under free.
p.m. on Saturday, November providing financial assistance
1, at the High Bluff Primitive with tuition and program
Baptist Church Cemetery in "tools" and books. Sponsorships
Brantley County. For more in- and donations are appreciated.
formation, call Betty Ammons For more information, contact
McGuire at 462-5709. Cindy Tanner at (912) 287-5829
or ctanner@okefenokeetech.
Craft fair
Brookman New Hope Method-
ist Church on Hwy 82 West, 5 Youth jamboree
The Nahunta United Method-
miles from intersection I, will
hold a Craft Fair on Saturday, ist Church will hold a Youth REWARD OFFERED
Jamboree with the christian
November 1 from 8:30 a.m.
- 3:30 p.m. All items home made, rock band “Vertical Window” LOST: A Dear Pet
20 plus crafters participating. on Saturday, November 8 from Victoria or "Vicki" a white, summer-trimmed dog. Fe-
Hotdogs/sausage dogs, chips, 5 - 8 p.m. There will be food, fun male, medium size, with no fur on her tail. Lost in the
can drinks and desserts sold and games for ages 10 and older. area of Happing Landing in the Atkinson Community.
from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. All Please call her owner collect at 912-384-1185. You
profits go to children's mis- may also call 912-592-6087, cell phone.
sions. For more information Hobo chassis
contact Patti Wilcox at 912 The Hobo Chassis 1st annual
264-6200. hot rod show and swap meet
will be held at the Golden
Isles Speedway on Saturday,
Youth rally November 8 from 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Prices are $30 per vendor, $15
There will be a Youth Rally for
teens in grades 7-12 on Satur- per showcar, and $5 per person
day, November 1 from 4-10 p.m. for regular admission, with
at “Da Woods” Outdoor The- 12 and under free with paying
ater on Hwy 82 East, Lulaton. adult. for more information
Local teens to perform, drama please contact Darryl Courson
teams, choirs, bands, Brantley at 912-270-0718. To reserve a
County High drum line and camper spot please call 912-778-
many more. Free admission, 3767.
free food and free drawings.
For more information contact
Dee Dee Buglino at 778 5492 Big Z
or Karen Niece at 462-6439 or The Big Z garage sale arts and
288-4574. crafts show will be held at the
Big Z Warehouse in Blackshear
on Saturday, November 8 from
Homecoming 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Over 300 spaces
available. Call after 5 p.m. for
Burnt Fort Chapel will hold
its 32nd annual homecoming more information at 449-5299
celebration on Sunday, Novem- or 449-5352 or 550-1079, or visit
ber 2 at the Burnt Fort Chapel www.bigzgaragesaleblackshear.
Complex. Michelle Davis com. Admission is $1 for adults
will lead "1920's School in the and free for children under 12.
Country" program in the newly
renovated Burnt Fort School
beginning at 12:30 p.m. Dinner Old fashion day
on the grounds wil begin at 1 The 1st annual Hoboken Old
p.m. Everyone should bring a Fashion Day will be held on
covered dish, lawn chairs, fold Saturday, November 8 from 10
up tables and insect repellant. a.m. - 8 p.m in front of Hoboken
Paper products and ice will be City Hall. Street dance to start
furnished. The worship service at 5 p.m. For more informa-
will begin after the meal featur- tion or for booth rental call
ing music by the Rodenberry 912-286-3834 or 912-670-0350.
Sisters of Charlton County All proceeds this year will go
and Chesser's Island fame. For towards the Mural being done
more information or directions in Hoboken.
call Shirley at 576-5084 or Neal
at 576-3329.
Golf tournament
The sixth annual Brantley
Talk to Coach County Chamber of Commerce
Golf Tournament will be held
Brantley County Heron's Head
Football Coach Sean Pender on Saturday, November 15 at
will be at Mikey's Pizza on the Lakes at Laura S. Walker

State Health Benefit Plan members,

Monday, Novenber 3 at 7:00 State Park Golf Course in
P.M to discuss game highlights Waycross. Tee time is 8:30
as well as the agenda for the a.m., with the format being
Captain's Choice with 4-man

are you wondering if your new benefit

upcoming week.
teams, and a shotgun start.
Bring your own team or enter
School council individually. Deadline to enter
The Nahunta Elementary
school council will hold a meet-
ing on Tuesday, November 4
is Monday, November 10. For
more information call Gary
Strickland at 462-5131 ext. 1134.
plan will be accepted and in-network at
Satilla Regional Medical Center?

The State of Georgia has awarded contracts to
UnitedHealthcare and CIGNA Healthcare to provide
healthcare benefits to active and retired members of
the State Health Benefit Plan (SHBP). Satilla Regional
Medical Center is contracted with both of these providers,
Hello, my name is Matt Edwards. I am running for County
Commissioner Post 3. I want to thank each and every one of
allowing any SHBP member with any option to receive
you that voted for me int he primaries, but we're not there yet. care from Satilla Regional Medical Center.
In order to win the general election I need your help one more
time and the help of those who may not have voted for me. Although Satilla Regional Medical Center and Satilla Regional Specialty Physicians have United
Then it will be my turn to help you. Like I said before, I will Healthcare and CIGNA Healthcare contracts, you may verify your physician’s participation by logging
make your concerns my concerns and will do everything in on to or
my power to do what you as a county want done. I know you
can vote me in office as quick as you can vote me out, so I
want us to work together. As your new Commissioner, I would
invite each and every one of you to the Commission meetings
so the new & old Commissioners and Chairman could hear
your thoughts and your concerns and we can (All) do what's
best for Brantley County. Insurance coverage provided by or through United HealthCare Insurance Company or its
affiliates. Administrative services provided by United HealthCare Insurance Company, United
I don't have all the answers, but I promise you if you put me HealthCare Services, Inc. or their affiliates. Health Plan coverage provided by or through United
HealthCare of Georgia, Inc.
in office, together we can make positive changes for our com-
munity. I can't do it without you. Please vote to elect me Matt
Edwards your County Commissioner Post 3. Thank You. Go to for more information about your SHBP.
Don't forget to vote November 4th.


Obituaries Reunions

Thank you Griffin

from the family of James Emory Thrift Descendants of Man-
We wish to express our sincere appreciation to Shuman Health ning and Charlotte Griffin
Care and Hospice of Golden Isles for the loving care given to will hold their annual fam-
Mr. Thrift during his lengthy illness. We thank Reverend Randy ily reunion at the Hoboken
Wainwright and the entire congregation of Riverside Chapel Elementary School Cafeteria
on Sunday, October 26. Lunch
Baptist Church for their prayers and support. Especially all of the will be served at 12:30 p.m.
Fun Friday Group, who visited and sang for Emory. We are very Bring a covered dish and
thankful for the words of comfort, wonderful food dishes and flow- beverage. Eating utensils
ers we received from the community, friends and family during our and ice will be provided. For
deepest time of sorrow. more information call Cheryl

John Hilton
John H. “Chief Wise Bull” Hilton, 66, of Chappells, SC, passed Births
away October 17, 2008 at Hospice of the Piedmont in Greenwood SC
after a short illness.
He was born February 3, 1942 to the late Thelma Carter Hilton
Hartsfield and Jesse M. Hilton, Sr. in Folkston. John grew up
and worked several jobs in Charlton Co. including logging, State
Highway Dept., Humphries Mining Co., private construction on
the railroad and worked with Charlton Memorial Hospital as one
of the first EMT's. In 1969, he was employed with the railroad serv-
ing SCL, Family Line RR and CSX until retirement in 2000. John
spent the last 26 years living in South Carolina where he served as
a volunteer in many capacities with FEMA, and leading Boy Scout
Troops. He was a lifetime member of the National Rifle Associa- Pittman
Rodney and Jeannie Pitt-
tion, the US SC Trappers Association, and Sons of the Confederacy.
In 1996 he was elected spiritual leader of the PAIA Cherokee
Firefighter trainees learn tricks of trade man of Hortense are proud to
A trainee hauls another to safety during training held by the Waynesville Volunteer Fire announce the birth of their
Indian Tribe in Laurens County, South Carolina. John's passionate son, Ramsey Dean Pittman,
hobby was searching his ancestry which was traced back to the Department recently, above. Participants included Henry Edwards, Mitch Griffin, Damion on Sunday, June 22, at 7:30
Cherokee. Four years ago, he was elected Chief of the Cherokee Lampkin, John Dutka, Aleasha Murray, Chris Hildebrandt, Jack Cathcart, John Murray, a.m. at Southeast Georgia
Bobby Morris, and Buddy Smith, below. The first night of training was held at the station Health System in Bruns-
Bear Clan of SC where he served faithfully until his death. He was wick. Ramsey weighed eight
a member of Sand Hill Baptist Church. where trainees practiced search and rescue techniques and skills. The second night was pounds four ounces and was
Survivors include his wife, Mary Harbin Hilton of Chappells, held at the home of one of their members, John Dutka, where they suited up and per- 21 inches long. He joins big
South Carolina; 4 sons, Mitchell B. Hilton (Joye) and John D. Hil- formed drills. The firefighters were in full gear with breathing apparatus as they searched sister, Julianna, 3.
ton of Folkston, Josh C. Hilton of Homerville, Rickey J. Williams Maternal grandparents
the residence on their hands and knees while blindfolded. They were tasked with locating are Bruce and Debbie Dean of
(Cindy) of Georgia; grandchildren, Kerastin J. Hilton, Mitchell another firefighter who was unconscious and dragging him out of the residence to safety. Nahunta. Great-grandparents
Ezekiel Hilton, Rebecca Grace Burch, all of Folkston, Adam L. Over 20 members participated in the training one or both nights. are Bobby and Betty Wilson
Davis of Douglas, Ciara Sloane Hilton of Folkston, Maura Savan- Special to the Enterprise of Nahunta, Camalee Wilson
nah Hilton of Hilliard, John Cody Rewis III of Folkston, Summer of Nahunta, and Wilbur and
Williams, and Michaela Ramsey of Charlotte, N.C., Thelma Dean of Hortense.
Great-great grandmother is
and Rickey (Bubba) Williams Jr. of Aynor, S.C.; a great grand- Laverne Jacobs of Nahunta.
daughter, Kaylee Ramsey; brothers, Jessie M. Hilton Jr.(Jenell) Paternal grandparents
of Williamsburg, Va. and Rayford K. Hilton (Ineva) of Folkston; are J.R. and Margaret Pit-
sisters, Frances Mishoe of Hortense, Ester Spilger (George) of tman of Hoboken. Great-
Hartford, Juanita Hurst (Edward) of Waycross, Helen Hilton grandmother is Emmie
Westberry of Hoboken
of Folkston, Alice Murray (Lawrence) of Folkston; and several
nieces, nephews and other relatives. WEE CLEAN
He was preceded in death by grandson, Dillan Zane Hilton, a great- Floors • Carpet & Tile • Grout

grandson, William Thomas O'Neil and a brother, M.J. Hilton. (912) 462-7355
The Best In
Funeral services were held Tuesday, October 21 at 11 a.m. at Sand Floor Maintenance!
Pet Odor Treatment
Hill Baptist Church with Rev. Ed Hurst and Chief Jerry Martin Carpet Protection • Fire Damage

OTC GED center gets awards

Cleaning • Flood Water Removal •
officiating. High Traffic Areas • Stairs &
Furniture Cleaning
Burial followed in Racepond Cemetery at Sand Hill Baptist Church. At Georgia’s 2008 Fall Adult Education Institute
GSP reports two

Pallbearers were Reavis Drury, Richard Drury, Don Todd, J.E. held October 8-10 in Atlanta, the GED Testing Cen-
Carter, Buddy O'Quinn, and Williard “W.T.” Turner. ter of Okefenokee Technical College won two very
Honorary Pallbearers were Rickey “Bubba” Willams Jr., John special awards.
The first award was for the largest growth in
accidents in Sept.
Cody Rewis, III, and Mitchell Ezekiel Hilton. number of candidates tested between 2006 and 2007
State Troopers from the
Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. Waycross Post of the Georgia
in a medium-sized center.
State Patrol investigated two
The second award was for the largest number
Bobby Taylor of candidates tested in 2007 in a medium-sized
traffic crashes during the
month of September in Brant-
Bobby E. Taylor, 74, of Hortense, died Monday, October 13, 2008, in ley County resulting in three
the Southeast Georgia Health Systems in Brunswick.
OTC was the only college in the Technical
injuries and no traffic deaths. PAINTING
College System of Georgia to receive two awards.
The Lincolnton, N.C. native was a former resident of Wayne Co. OTCπs testing center administers services to the
SFC Jackson said troopers Nahunta
from Post 22 also issued 46
and had lived in Brantley Co. for 40 years. He was retired from collegeπs service delivery area, which includes
traffic citations in the county www.richardspaint.
Rayonier after 22 years of service. He was a U. S. Veteran. Bacon, Brantley, Charlton, Clinch, Pierce, and Ware
during the month. The total com
Survivors are a daughter & son-in-law, Vann & Merle Brant and a includes seven arrests for
son, Ben Taylor, all of Hortense; 3 grandchildren, Makiya Doto of
Linda Thrift (left), OTCπs Chief GED Exam-
iner, and Gloria Rollins, OTCπs GED Exam Proctor,
driving under the influence, 19 Owner
Nahunta, Samuel Brant and Chey Anne Brant, both of Hortense; received the awards on behalf of the OTC Adult
citations for speeding, six seat
belt violations, and one child
Demarus Johns
several nieces and nephews. Education department.
restraint violations. Troopers Bus. (912)496-7961
Funeral services were held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, October 16, 2008, "This is quite an accomplishment," stated OTC
also issued 69 warnings.
from the Rinehart & Sons Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. Wayne President Gail Thaxton. "I want to thank Pete Mills, Cell (912) 222-2122
Executive Director of Adult Education, and his
Manning and Rev. Charles Manning officiating. staff for their work and dedication."
Interment followed in the Mt. Olive Cemetery in Brantley Co.
Active pallbearers were Stephen Norfleet, Tony Norfleet, Colt
Daniels, Randall O’Quinn, Richard O’Quinn, Samuel Brant, Robbie General & Vascular surGery
Hall & Less Hall.

Dorothy Thrift
Welcome to Satilla Regional’s Thomas W. Wehmann, DO

Mrs. Dorothy Thrift, 73, of the Hickox Community, died early

Saturday morning at Satilla Regional Medical Center, Waycross,
following a lengthy illness.
Surgery Team, Dr. Wehmann.
Born in Jacksonville she was the daughter of Joseph and Helen Satilla Regional Medical Center welcomes Thomas Wehmann, DO to the Surgery team.
Lovie Grimes Rogers. A member at Riverside Chapel Baptist A native of Ohio, Dr. Wehmann attended medical school at the Ohio University College
Church , she had started teaching Sunday School at the age of 12 of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his residency in General Surgery at Cuyahoga
and has served the Lord , not only as a Sunday School Teacher for Falls General Hospital, and a fellowship in Peripheral Vascular Surgery at Southwest
60 years but had a beautiful voice and loved to sing. She loved her General Hospital, both in Ohio.
family dearly and enjoyed their trips to the mountains together, Dr. Wehmann has three sons. Adam, 21, is a senior at Ohio State University. Andrew,
and felt of "Mr. Scamp's" family the same as her family. Worked as 20, just began his second year at Akron University. His youngest son, Ben, 17, is a high
a Transcripts in Medical Records and was the owner of the Flower school senior in Akron, Ohio. Dr. Wehmann, his wife, Stacey, and her son, Christopher,
Basket in Hickox before her health began to fail her. 11, are excited about their new home and ready to explore the Southeast.
Preceded by her parents, and also several brothers and sisters, a
very special brother, Bernie Crapse. Dr. Wehmann is board certified in both General and Vascular Surgery by the
Survived by her loving husband and best friend, Gerald V. "Scamp" American Osteopathic Board of Surgery, and is a member of the American
Thrift; 3 daughters and sons-in-law, Cheryl and Glenn Hickox, Osteopathic Association and the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons.
Barbara and Chuck Bass and Terri and Richard Waters all of Dr. Wehmann is a former director of the General Surgery Residency Program
Hickox; grandchildren, Billy and Tracy Hickox, Kim and Anthony at Cuyahoga Falls General Hospital, where he has also served as Chief
Dent, Carla and Brad Oglesby, Kevin Bass and Kayce Waters; great- of Surgery. He also served as the director of an accredited non-invasive
grandchildren, Kayla Hickox, Ricky and Sierra, Levi and Brooke vascular laboratory.
Oglesby and Mallory Dent; a sister and brother-in law, Dorothy and
Melvin Haire, of Jacksonville; a life long friend, Louise Perry and Dr. Wehmann joins Drs. Medlock, Terry and Wykstra at the Satilla Regional
Walter; also several nieces, nephews and other relatives. Specialty Physicians Surgical Complex at 1908 Alice Street.
Her services were held at the church Monday morning (Oct. 20,
2008) at 11 a.m. with Rev. Randy Wainright, Rev. Ion Johns and Cliff Thomas W. Wehmann, DO
Adams officiating. Burial followed in the Riverside Church Cem- General & Vascular Surgeon
etery. Pallbearers were Billy Hickox, Kevin Bass, Ronnie Eunice, 1908 Alice Street
Lorne Johns, Mark, Derek, Pat, Vince, Jason and Thomas Thrift. Waycross
Honorary Pallbearers were the Deacons of Riverside Chapel For an appointment,
Baptist Church. call (912) 338-6010.
More Obituaries on page 8

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proves it
Saturday Night Live
is now part of the

establishment Publisher Emeritus

By D.F. Krause Michelle Lartz Ken Buchanan

Saturday Night Live has jumped the shark. Office Manager Editor and Publisher
Not because it’s stopped being funny (some-
times it still is), and not because it never does
anything noteworthy anymore (on occasion it
still does).
 It’s all because of Sarah Palin. Actually, not
just Sarah Palin. This involves Barack Obama,
Rudy Giuliani, Hillary Clinton, Al Gore, John
McCain, Mike Huckabee and many other politi-
cians. If you are running for president or vice
president – or even thinking about it – we have
reached the point where you must do SNL. It
is part of the test of a prospective president’s
 If you’re not required to stand there while
someone impersonates you, then you have to do
something absurd. You have to sit in a hot tub
like Gore did. (Hey! Did global warming make
that tub hot?) You have to sing karaoke like Mc-
Cain did. Or, like Palin, you have to stand there
talking to Alec Baldwin and resist the urge to say,
“I thought you were moving to France, tubby.”
 The problem here is not what the politicians
are doing. Some of it is funny. The problem is
SNL providing the venue. It means that SNL has
crossed a line and can never go back.
 Let us return for a moment to 1975, when
SNL was in its infancy, to recall what made it
such a groundbreaking show. It wasn’t just that
it was live, although that was a big deal. It was
more about the things the show wasn’t afraid to
do, especially given the times. The idea of put-
ting George Carlin on live television, knowing
what he would surely say, is hard to compare
to anything today in terms of edginess. Maybe
putting porn on primetime, network television
would be comparable in 2008, but I’m not even
sure about that.
 But it was also about the character of the
humor. Recall Dan Aykroyd putting a bass in a
blender in a commercial for the Bass-o-Matic,
and replying to Jane Curtin’s Weekend Update
commentary with “Jane, you ignorant slut.” Re-
call Garrett Morris as Anwar Sadat being tended
to by the Micro-Dentists. Recall Chevy Chase an-
nouncing that “Generalissimo Francisco Franco
is still dead.” Recall John Belushi welcoming
guests to Samauri Motel.
 SNL captured the nation’s attention because
The dashing new president! So exciting and different! But ...
it was the counterculture at its most creative
By Dan Calabrese  But things had been so bad under the knew how to give us that shiver – a tingle, if
and hilarious. You could tell that these guys
old presidents, it hardly seemed fair to be you will – to bolster our confidence that a
would be at home at an anti-war rally, but they There once was a woebegone situation impatient with the new one. At least he was guy like this, so gifted, so eloquent, couldn’t
channeled their energy into satire instead, and that begged for change. The natives were different. At least he knew how to speak the possibly fail.
the result was both hilarious and amazing. restless, tired of the same old thing year language of hope and success. At least he  The third year was not so good. The
Perhaps the best example came when Aykroyd after year after year. President after fourth year was pretty bad.
played Jimmy Carter, sitting in as a guest on president failed to inspire, and failed  And the people started turning
a call-in radio show, talking some drug-addled even more miserably to produce the on the president. They started asking,
freak down from an acid trip. results the people wanted. “Whose idea was it to make this guy
 Television had never tried anything like  Everyone agreed it was time to president? What had he ever accom-
this. It didn’t dare. A candidate for president go in a different direction, and to find plished? He sounded good on televi-
showing up on SNL would have been antithetical a different kind of president. sion, but he had never done a job like
to the whole idea of the show – and it wasn’t be-  And along came just such a man. this – ever.”
cause they represented some sort of enemy. It’s When he appeared on television, talk-  The people had not asked these
just that they didn’t belong there. They were the ing about the right way to do things, questions when the president was
establishment, and SNL was anti-establishment. he was a star. He had never been an chosen. Back then, they were excited
Granted, it was being broadcast to millions via executive decision-maker at any level, by the things he said and the way he
a network owned by General Electric, and you but he had been in trenches, work- said them, and by the fact that he was
can’t get much more establishment than that, ing alongside blue-collar types. With so different from those who had come
but that only added to the impact of the irony. the way he expressed himself – his before. It was only now, as it became
 Shortly after leaving office, George H.W. boldness and his confidence – you increasingly clear that he was in over
Bush suddenly showed up on a postage-stamp couldn’t help but be convinced that his head, that the people started to
screen via satellite while Dana Carvey was he had what it would take to turn this realize that looking and sounding
imitating him, and started light-heartedly struggling craft into a smooth-sailing good doesn’t make you ready to be a
chastising him for doing the imitation all wrong. ship. president.
It was sort of a funny moment, but it opened the  So he became the president,  Bigger problems started aris-
floodgates. It wasn’t long before you, if you were to great acclimation. He talked of ing. The president became more and
running for president, almost had to appear – if change and resolve. He talked of a more averse to being criticized. He
not as host, at least in a sketch cameo or in a new attitude. He cleared the decks had a plan and he was sticking to his
Weekend Update commentary – or else people of all the old administration and plan, and he was sure that all these
would wonder why you didn’t. brought in his own people. It was people who were criticizing him just
 Palin’s appearance saw the phenomenon go time for a complete change. It was weren’t as smart as he was. He’d been
to its most ridiculous lengths yet. Not only did time for a new direction. handed a mess when he took over, he
she appear, but her appearance was the source  And the people cheered, confi- reminded everyone, and it wasn’t easy
of media speculation for weeks. Once it was con- dent that change they could believe in to clean up such a mess.
firmed, it became the big story of the weekend. was coming.  But as the years went on, and the
If you don’t like to stay up that late (like me), the  The first year was not so good. mess remained, the people started to
first thing you did the following morning was OK, it was really bad. But hey, given see it as his mess. And they weren’t
watch the video on the Internet. People on both the mess he inherited, you couldn’t so willing to let him get away with it
sides of the political spectrum debated “how expect change overnight. These when he blamed the people before him.
she did,” and whether her appearance helped or things would take time. The public  Finally, when it became clear to
hurt her. started wondering if things had everyone that the president really
 Bleh. really been that bad under the old shouldn’t have been put in charge, he
 So this is what it’s come to for SNL. It’s a president – this seemed even worse! – but this was ousted. The people honked their horns
proving ground for people who want to lead the was still their exciting new president and he and danced in the streets, and looked forward
free world. Before you can go forth to deal with
Putin, Ahmadinejad and Kim Jong Il, you have
had a plan. If a little pain would be necessary
to get to the change we had been waiting for,
‘So he became the president, to a new president – one who actually had
some experience doing this sort of thing, and
to show you can hold your own with Tina Fey
and a rapping moose.
then faith in the president would be neces-
to great acclimation. He not someone who just looked and sounded
 Congratulations, SNL, I guess. Once the
epitome of anti-establishment sensibilities,
 The second year was pretty bad too. The
president announced with determination talked of change and resolve.  It will take the Detroit Lions a long time
to recover from the disaster of Matt Millen’s
you are now the establishment defined. Once a
staple of the counterculture, you now define the
that failure was not acceptable, and started
making changes among his team. For the first He talked of a new attitude. It presidency, but at least they will never again
choose a president just because he looks like
culture. time, people started remembering that he
 Whatever works for you. I liked the Bass-o-
had never been a leader before, and started was time for a new direction.’ a leader and sounds good on TV.
 Wait. Who did you think I was talking
wondering if he really knew how to make about?
executive decisions.

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The vacuum cleaner.

Being the last kid chosen for the team.


Not making it down the stairs before the
toilet stops flushing.
Thunder and lightning.
Words like “wreck” or “crash” or “ac-
Immediate Opening: CNS-PSA
Real things that scare kids A shadow, otherwise known as “that scary
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inappropriate for children. could possibly be mistaken for, a bee.
Well, I hate to break it to everyone, but the Blue food.
real things that scare kids have nothing to do The squeaky sounds new shoes make.
with Halloween. Shampoo getting into your eyes.
If you don’t believe me, take a look at my Going up to bat for the first time.
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ing wide to gobble up our car. OK, I know The end of the escalator that eats the
what you’re thinking. But, hey, when you’re stairs.
only two, this can be a very serious concern. Sure, it’s easy to laugh. But, face it, we all
Now, of course, the thought of his mother have our own personal fears, however silly
hugging him in public—that’s a lot more they may be. I, myself, have several; my top
frightening than reading a “Goosebumps” two are spiral perms and elastic jeans.
book or watching a wolfman saunter up our However, the truly strange thing about
driveway on Halloween night. this is that there are several things that don’t
And I don’t need to tell you that, much phase kids that all parents WISH they’d be
like all things having to do with children, afraid off.
there’s no rhyme or reason to it. I mean, you Like, for instance, standing up on moving
just can never tell when something as in- roller coasters or lighting fireworks. It’s
nocent looking as, say, the bathroom plunger crazy, but the very same kid who can climb
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Brantley County is an ever-changing and fast growing community.

Brantley County Growth = Increased Tag/Title transactions, Mobile Home processing and
Tax revenues

#Vehicle Tags processed: 2000 = 12642 2007 = 15690 24% increase

# Mobile Homes billed: 2000 = 2296 2007 = 2547 11% increase
# Property Tax parcels/bills 2000 = 8402 2008 = 12782 52% increase

The Tax Commissioner Office has continued to provide service to you the Taxpayers with the
same number of experienced employees for the past ten years. I have held the expenses of
the office to the most efficient level possible while striving to provide Personal and Profession-
al service. As a Brantley County native and a taxpayer for forty years I want my tax dollars as
well as yours to be spent wisely.


1999 --------------------------- 99.70%
2000 --------------------------- 99.89%
2001 --------------------------- 99.93%
2002 --------------------------- 99.85%
2003 --------------------------- 98.82% Outstanding CSX State Appeals
2004 --------------------------- 99.37%
2005 --------------------------- 98.26%
2006 --------------------------- 98.12% Outstanding CSX State Appeals

2007 --------------------------- 93.65% Due Feb. 15, 2008

Tax Sales are held each year for Delinquent Taxes.

My goal continues to be to provide you with courteous, efficient and professional service and
to always strive to improve on that service. Should you have any questions or if I may of as-
sistance to you please contact me at 462-5902.

Thank you,


Heron Pride takes multiple awards

The Heron Pride just came
back from the 2008 Coastal Empire
Classic Marching Band Competi-
tion in Springfield, and swept away
the competition in their Class A
The band members competed
against four other bands from
Emanuel County Institute, Mary
Persons High School, Calvary Day
School, and Bryan County.
The Heron Pride’s own drum
line received a Superior rating and
received 1st in Class. Their color
guard received an Excellent rating
and 2nd in Class. Their drum
major, Mary Elizabeth Lee, re-
ceived an Excellent rating for her
superior direction of the Heron
Pride Band.
While the drum line, color Why Pat Dowling Tompkins for Brantley County Tax Commissioner?
guard, and drum major were work-
ing, the band took over the rest
receiving an Excellent in Music,
Courteous: When you call or enter the county Tax
Excellent in Visuals, and Excellent Commissioner’s office, you will be treated with the utmost
in General Effect and walked away with 1st Place in Class respect. After all, you will be the ones paying me to do a
with Calvary Day in 2nd Place. The Band went to competition job that you expect to be done courteously and efficiently.
with nothing but their tuxedos and instruments and brought
home 9 trophies.
Capable: My working career spans 25+ years, most of
which has been in real estate and finance. My duties have
included asset management, risk assessment and
management, credit analysis, loan administration, portfolio
management, office operations and management, and
customer service.
Raised in the Hickox community, I am a life long resident of Brantley County. My parents were
John I. Lee and Eula Mae Herrin Lee. My wife, Carolyn Batten Lee, (Miss Carolyn to the many students that
I understand that the primary duties of the county Tax Commissioner are to collect
she has had the privilege to teach in the last 36 years) is the daughter of Carroll Batten and the late Frances
ad valorem tax in the county for the State of Georgia, the county governing
Knight Batten. We have two sons, Carroll Lee and John Lee.
My work experience includes over 13 years at Babcock & Wilcox, 22 years as a teacher at Brant-
authority, and the school system, and further to act as the motor vehicle tag and
ley County High School, and a lifetime of farming. I served our country
title agent for the State of Georgia. One of my goals as county Tax Commissioner
for 21 years as a member of the Army National Guard. I have retired will be to perform these duties at the least possible cost to the taxpayers of
from teaching and from the National Guard; however, I plan to continue Brantley County.
farming for many more years.
I'm asking that you elect me to serve you as a member of our Dedicated: I believe it is the responsibility of the county Tax Commissioner to
Board of Education. If you allow me this honor, I promise that I will be make every effort possible to collect all the ad valorem taxes that are due, whether
diligent in pursuing for each of our children not just an adequate, but current or delinquent, with the primary goal being to eliminate all delinquent taxes.
a high quality education. We owe this to our children so that they may I will be dedicated to the task of performing these duties, while providing a level of
achieve their highest potential and become positive contributors to our customer service that is second to none!
In order to achieve this goal, our children must graduate from Dependable: If elected, I will be in the office daily to assist you with any question
high school. Our current graduation rate is not acceptable. We are or concern that may arise, and you can be assured that I will take the necessary
leaving too many children behind. The needs of our at risk children must be identified and remediated early steps, within my power as Brantley County Tax Commissioner, to answer or
in their school experience. And, we have to be persistent in our attention to these children. It is unacceptable remedy your questions or concerns in a timely manner.
that even one be left by the wayside.
I thank you for your vote and support in the July primary. Please return to the polls on November
For courteous, capable, dedicated, and dependable service, please allow me the
4th and vote for Everett Lee for Brantley County Board of Education, Post 3.
privilege of serving you. Vote PAT DOWLING TOMPKINS for Brantley County
Tax Commissioner. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated!
I won't fail our children.

A community Church Service will be held Sunday,

October 26th - 2 PM on the Main Stage



S P O R T S & O U T D O O R S

&WOODS Herons clobbered by Appling, look

Mixed results follow

for more success at season’s end
opening of deer season still face
Good Day everyone!
I hope this finds everyone do-
ing well and enjoying the recent
change in weather. Now if we
could only get a little rain to go
Long and
with it, we’d be even better.
As for opening weekend of
gun season, I heard of some
mixed results. I heard of a big as season
11 point that was taken as well
as a couple of five points and a
couple of six points. A big con-
winds down
gratulations goes out to 12 yr old Kirst-
After a humiliating 53-14
en Harris for taking her first deer;
loss to Appling County, the
a 5 point from South Diamond
Herons enter the downside
Hunting Club. Pictures will be
of the season facing the for-
forthcoming in another column.
mer gorilla of the subregion
This gun season promises to
and the only two teams that
be a decent one for many folks.
rank below them in region
Everyone I’ve talked to in recent
weeks have said they’ve sighted
And the chance to end
more bucks than in years past, so
the season on a positive note,
that is definitely a good sign. Now if
if not a chance for a playoff
some of us can just bring everything together and can
shoot straight, we might get that buck we’ve been after!
The loss in Baxley left
I wish everyone luck this upcoming week and maybe you
Brantley where it has spent
will get the buck you’ve been after. If so – send me the story
most of the season: in the
and/or pictures to
third lowest position on the
totem pole, above only Long
and Tattnall counties.
And that’s why the last
two games of the season
— against those teams — may
allow the Herons to finish on
an up note or two.
But before that the Her-
ons have to get by Charlton, a
much watered down version
of the perennial gorilla of
region 2-AA, but still a chal-
lenge for the Herons, whose
1-4 subregion season so far
has them four places below
the Indians in teh standings.
As the season winds to a
close, Appling and McIntosh
Academy have made names
for themselves tied for first
place in the subregion with
a spotless record of 5-0 in the
subregion and 7-0 overall.
Perennial cham-
pion Charlton County has
dropped all the way to
third place with a 4-1 and
6-1 record, while new 2-AA
team Tattnall County is in
fourth place with a 3-2 and
5-2 record.
Savannah’s Benedictine,
also a newbie in the subre-
gion, has staked out fifth
place, followed by Pierce,
Brantley, Long, and Jeff
Long has only one subre-
gion win to post a 1-5 and 2-5
record so far. Jeff Davis has
not won a single subregion
game, and has 1-7 overall
Back in Brantley, head
coach Sean Pender has set
up a weekly meet-the-coach
session to be held on Monday
nights at Mikey’s Pizza. Only
a handful of people showed
up at the first such meeting
held last week.
It’s the first time in his
tenure at BCHS that the
coach and athletic director
Randy Clark hauls has felt the need to communi-
cate with fans and support-
in a Skylar Kersey ers, and it comes on the heels
pass to bring the of rumors that, following two

Herons to 14 points less than inspiring seasons,

some fans may have decided
against Appling Friday that Pender’s time in Brant-
ley has run its course.




is now offering Graduation Invitations. Sponsored by Sponsored by
Many styles to choose from. Bennett’s Hometown Pharmacy Satilla Dollar
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Johnnie Smith-Graham gusta, Kris Smith and wife Renee, and Justen
Smith all of Nahunta; 9 great grandchildren,
Mrs. Johnnie Smith-Graham, 76, entered into

Hello Citizens of Brantley County,

Zachary, Kaylie, Autumn, Andre, Cheyenne,
rest on Sunday, October 19, 2008 at Trinity Hospi-
A.J., Angela, Katlyn, and Kirsten Smith; 4 sis-
tal of Augusta after a short illness.

My name is Chuck Scott and I am

ters, Betty Jackson and Jackie Brown, both of
Mrs. Smith-Graham was a charter member of
Martinez, Bessie Pritchard, of North Augusta
the Augusta Yacht Club where she served as

running for Commission Chairman.

and Debbie Wombles, of Augusta.
secretary, a member of the JC club, a member
Funeral services were held on Wednesday,
of the garden club, and a member of the Baptist
October 22, 2008 at 2:00 pm, Dr. Michael L.
faith. She will be remembered as a loving
Davenport officiating. Interment followed at
mother, grandmother, great grandmother, sister,
Westview Cemetery.
friend and a very special and sweet lady to all
who knew her. She loved dancing, hosting social I would like to commend you on your effort
events, and entertaining.
She was preceded in death by her parents, a to end Good Ole Boy Politics in our county.
brother J.L. Wombles Jr, first husband, F.D.
"Buck" Smith, second husband, James "Jim" We have already made the biggest change
Graham and a son, Bruce Smith.
Survivors include her son, Stan Smith and wife in modern politics and this is the start of
Linda, of Sardis; daughter-in-law Kathy Smith-
Harris of Nahunta; 6 grandchildren, Diamond the people taking their County back. The
Smith of Sardis, GA, Jeremy Smith, Phillip
Smith and wife Dee, and Alfred Smith all of Au- County Commission should be working for
the people not the citizens working for the

I have no relatives working in the

Courthouse or for the county. My
only goal is to bring fiscal and moral
responsibility back to our County.
Balancing the budget is going to be a
huge challenge but with your help we can
accomplish the task.

I would feel privileged to represent you

in overcoming the problems our county
is facing. Please stand up and be counted,
your vote can make a change.
Again, thank you for your support and...





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possible. Priced to sell! $47,000 OBO. 912-449-1148.
912-458-2539. FOR SALE: 1995 F150 pick-up, red, WANTED: Fresh cow's milk, old time
short wheel base, 5 speed, stick shift, style and also Fresh eggs, fertile. Call
VACATION RENTAL in The Smokey 912-230-4669.
Mountains of Franklin, North Carolina. 6 cyl. A/C and heater works excellent.
3,4, or 7 days. Call for more information Like new. Regular oil changes since Remain independent in your home with
and a brochure. 912 473-2172. new. 1 owner. New tires. Call 462-7346 a Power Wheelchair! Free delivery and
or 462-6255. installation on all equipment! Hospital
ZONE II- Neat and Cute 28x48, 3 Beds, Rollators and Manual Wheelchairs,
bedroom, 2 bath Cavalier on Glynn Co. - WE BUY JUNK CARS AND TRUCKS.
too. Beautiful Lift Chairs with motors only
Brantley -Co. line. 1 acre lot. $2075 down $75 and up. Call Dennis at 778-4746 $579 and Wheelchair Lifts from $549
• Lawn Maintenance
$483.47 WAC. Call 1-800-925-4663 or 670-0088 or Charlie at 778-3635 or • Landscape Design
670-1853. that attach to your trailer hitch. Serving
or 912-264-4185. Coastal Homes, Est. all of South Georgia from Waycross. Call • Pressure Washing
1989. No Games Just Quality Service for FOR SALE: 1991 Cadillac DeVille Sedan. us at 912-285-8595. We are a licensed • Auto/Boat/RV Detailing
20 years. Call 462-5837. Medicare and Medicaid provider. Michael Saxon
FOR SALE: 2001 General Mobile Home, FOR SALE: 2000 Mazda 626, 4 door, FOR SALE: Beautiful brown, leather livin- 912-778-4498/266-6295
28X52. 3BDR/2BA, carpet, linoleum, tile burgandy, $2,800. Call 473-2172 or groom group for sale. Comes with softa,
and appliances are all new within 1.5 473-2676. loveseat, oversized chair, ottoman, and
years, All appliances stay! New toilets two tables. Asking $950. ALSO: Like
and hot water heater! We know a great FOR SALE: 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee.
Maroon with 6 cylinder, 4wd, low miles. new, beautiful solid oak dining room table
financing guy. Just bought house, need with eagle claw detail, includes 8 chairs.
to sell!! 912-617-2973. $22,500 OBO. $7,000. Call 912-449-1148.
Asking $650. Call 778-3228 to see.
House only, you move. FOR SALE: 2003 Santa Fe, V6, black, 6
disc CD changer, automatic, $5,000. Call "New shop added to Karen’s Creations
Rental Property for Sale: Older 3 listings". The Repeat Boutique in the
bedroom, 1 bath mobile home on lot in 912-778-4979.
Flanders Shopping Center (Waycross)
Satilla River Estates (with community FOR SALE: 1997 Ford Taurus, $2,995 now carries my handmade beaded
boat ramp and sand bar access). Cur- OBO. Has a cracked windshield, and the jewelry. Sarah’s Closet no longer exists
rently has tenant... home has good renter A/C doesn't work. Drives great! 161,126 so please look for my children’s jewelry
history. Asking $35,000, will consider miles. Call evenings, 462-6228. at other locations. Children’s jewelry
serious offers. If interested call 778-3228 items range from newborn sized pearl
or 266 3228.
HOMES FOR SALE: HORTENSE, Recreational bracelets to Swarovski crystal pageant
earrings. The Painted Cat Studio in BUFFALO
Drury Ln., 2BR Mobile Home, 2 acres, FOR SALE: 2005 250EX Honda TRX Hoboken currently has some great
screened porch, $54,000; HERITAGE
PLANTATION, off Hwy 110 W, 3 BR, 2
BA 1,382 SF on 1.2 acre lot,Spacious
4-wheeler, $1,850. Call 286-0416.
FOR SALE: 17 ft Angler center console
boat with 75 HP Mercury motor with
specials. I drop off new items every few
days at Finders Keepers – UGA colors
and Halloween earrings are favorites
Living Room w/Laminate floors, right now. As always, feel free to contact FAMILY BARBER
Magic Tilt trailer. Lots of extras. $3,250.
oversized 2 car garage, Price Reduced Call 778-5453 or 242-3348. me with special orders, Karen Lewis SHOP
$129,000; WAYNESVILLE, Jeff Rd., 3/2 Harrell at 462-8483. 912-462-8956
Home on 4 acres, Laminate flooring, FOR SALE: Two Fourwheelers, Artcic
300, and a Kawasaki Bayou. Both in ATTENTION MEDICARE RECIPIENT: TUE - FRI
Spacious Kitchen and Dining, Rocking Plan "F", age 65, female non-smoker, 9:00 TO 6:00
Chair porch, lots to offer, $150,000; HWY good shape. Call 462-5744 or 912-673- $98.04 monthly. Our Prescription Drug SATURDAY
110 WEST, 3/2 Homes of Merit Double- 1366.
Plan has no deductible to meet and low 8:00 TO 2:00
wide, Spacious home, 1.75 acre corner co-payments. Call Lewis Insurance at HAIRCUTS $10
lot,additional 1.25 acres avail., $74,000;
Call Johns Realty 912-462-6633. Services 912-283-0300. SENIORS $8
RT2 BOX 59R-10
Handyman/maintenace over 20 years FOR SALE: Coffman electric chain
LAND FOR SALE: Nahunta, Black- hoist, 1/2 ton, 3 phase, beam roller, $125. NAHUNTA GA 31553
berry Rd., 1 acre lot, $8,500; LULATON, experience. No job to big or to small,
FREE estimates. Also lawn care and ALSO: Set of 4 rigid pipe jack stands,
Harvest Rd, 1.2 acre lot, nicely wooded, $120. ALSO: Elvis Presley stamps, sheet
$9,400; NAHUNTA, Robin Ln., 1 acre
lot, close to the city limits, $10,000;
cleaning. Holiday baking and catering
available. Call between 9:00 am & 6:00 of 10, $150. Call 912-399-1941. ATTENTION
HORTENSE, Spanish Oak Ln., 0.94 pm. Call 912-778-4042, 912-722-0265, or FOR SALE: Wood burning stove, never
acre wooded homesite, $12,500; used, $100. 25" Color TV, $75. Antenna
BRANTLEY/GLYNN LINE, Large lot, MULTITASK CLEANING SERVICE: with rotor, $75. Call 778-5705. Yes, we have the Medicare
well, septic, power, & culvert, $15,500; Commercial & Residential floor & clean- Mortgage Protecttion. Do you have it? Supplement, but we also
WAYNESVILLE RD., 2+ acre homesite ing services. Specializing in cleaning Ask yourself these questions: Will you have Medicare Part-D
for site built homes, $11,500. Call Johns carpets & tile floors. Free Estimates. or your spouse die, become disabled, or
Realty 912-462-6633. Christian owned and operated. Call become critically ill before your mortgage Drug Prescription Plan
FOR RENT: Mobile Homes in Atkinson. 778-4270. is paid off? Would you like to know that if Available on Nov. 15, 2005.

any of the above happened to you then

$250 deposit, $275 & up rent. Call 617-
3552 or 778-6053.
Electric Motor Repair: Waterpumps,
swimming pool pumps, air compressors, your family and loved ones would not be Lewis
burdened with the mortgage payments?
FOR RENT: 3Bdr/2Bath Singlewide on fans, power tools, etc. All work reason-
Caney Bay Rd., $350 Rent, $300 Deposit. able and guaranteed. Call 282-0520,
We can help you with the answers to
these questions! Don't Wait! Call us
Ins. Joe Dog Trucking
No Pets! For more information call 1-912- leave message.
286-4619. Housecleaning: Need extra help around
today for a free estimate on morgage
protection. We will find the right coverage
Agency We rent nice lookin’ storage trailers and containers
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom house, $500 the house? Honest, hardworking, to meet your needs and fit your budget!
month, $350 deposit. Call 269-7171. dependable clean team. Very creditable Call 778-5850 or 223-2865.
283-0300 800-841-0200
references. Willing to travel if need be. 1-800-794-0301 Drue B. Linton
FOR RENT: Mobile Home, 2 bedroom, Furnish own supples. Senior discounts. FOR SALE: 3 year old electric golf cart
1.5 bath, all electric, unfurnished with Available Mon.-Sat. 7a-3p. Call 462-6610. with top, windshield, rain cover, and Serving SE Ga. Since 1989
stove and refrigerator. Couple only. No charger. Excellent condition. $2,900. Call
pets. Call 462-5528. SELLERS LAWN SERVICE: Serving all 614-5554.
Camden County and surrounding areas.
FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, 1 bath, with
stove and refrigerator in Nahunta. Call
Edging, Mowing, Mulching, Trimming,
Yard Sales Pittman’s

Pressure Washing. Year Round. 10

462-6056 or 462-5528. plus years experience. Family owned
Back hoe &
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and operated. Licensed and Insured. The UDC will hold a Yard Sale on Satur-

Commercial Building for rent: Located

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Commercial & Residential. Free day, October 25 at the Waynesville Mini

at 120 N. Main Street, Nahunta. Call
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Estimates. Home: 912-576 9302. Cell:

462-5377 for more information.

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912-552-1398. Waynesville Volunteer Fire Dept. will


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ZONE II- 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath 14x32 be accepting donations year round for
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Riverburch 08 Model. $2800 down, $294 our semi-annual yard sales (no clothes
Help Wanted Bulldozer work
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month WAC. Del. Set-up, skirt, A/C, steps


please). We also help burnout victims

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at all doors. Call 1-800-925-4663 or 912-

Post Office Now Hiring! Avg. pay $20/hr throughout the year, and what we don't Landscaping
264-4185. Coastal Homes, Est. 1989.
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or $57K/yr., Incl. Fed. Ben., OT. Placed use, we sell. Contact Lucy Cathcart at of all kinds,
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FOR RENT: 3BDR/2BA doublewide by adSource, not affiliated w/ USPS who 912-778-4551 or Jack Cathcart 912-266- small and big
7172 to make arrangements to deliver or
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mobile home. $450 per month and $150


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HOUSE FOR SALE: 4 bedrooms, 2 a per visit Part-time position open for a
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baths. Call 778-3077. Licensed Registered Physical Therapist. Tiling

HOUSE FOR RENT: 2-3 bedrooms, Needs to be available to serve the follow- Day number (912) 458-2223
located in Atkinson Community. Call ing counties: Brantley, Camden, Charlton,
Home (912) 458-2362

778-3077. Glynn and McIntosh. Interested PT's can

call between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to

1-800-446-9116. Cell phone (912) 282-6375