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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 2002 I.0000o00oo, ! Lawbreakers U00fected by Holiday Spirit checks are fake. ,0n December, Vicki Smith reported that when Umm00 0 AuTo Loin Q i FOR /ERY  OF CREDIT.. ALL YOU N: 1. $1S00 on lm Imm 1colt 2. $ l.m 81 ’mT joJ 3. hm. kctm lP1 Is Low ss 6.25% 1-888-SM-MDE And Your Approval Is On The Way SUV&apos;s-Trucks-Vans-C.,ars 1090 te 2001 liOdels a//aaw Andy Lew Dodge i-,  f Newnan. 770 251-1337 II ICHECK/oo, I kl THESE I 'It joBs ,/Engineer (Entry Level) ,/Sales (Entry Level) ,/Auto Cad / Production (J sh,s) ,/Mechanic CHASEJ STAFFING 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com I 0000Husqvarna 372XP Chain Saw - 20" • 4.3 cu. in. - 5.4 hp • Inertia  brake • Lifetime ignition warranty FILES By Bryan Geter The Hogansville Police have been busy dur- ing the holiday season answering calls stemming from theft by taking to criminal trespassing and entering an auto. *Adarsh Kumar of 1339 E. Main Street (Elder's Grocery) reported to police that a female came into the store twice and cahsed two "forgery checks." The first check was given to him on December 3 for amount of $292.72. The second one was given on December 7 for $292.65. Reports state that both checks came from "Wee Care Day Care Center" out of Newnan and paid to Victoria M. Smith. Both checks were returned to Adarsh from Flag Bank in Hogansville. The bank *Police are investigating mailbox destruction in Hogansville. *On December 17, Ken McKenney told police that someone had stolen his Christmas lights off the tree in his front yard. He said when he came home some kids were in the front yard of his house. No luther information was given. *On December 21, Gina Cameron told police that someone took a bike off of her back porch. She said as she was taking her mother to the doctor, she noticed a boy take the bike and go down the street, but didn't notify police until after get- ting back from the doctor about three hours later. Police quickly responded and found the bike on Boozer Street she walked out to her car, she heard footsteps ning through the leaves behind her house. Smith said her purse was missing which includ- ed several credit cards, check book, drivers license and $35 cash in an envelope. The case was turned over for investigation. • Phillip McMillian of W. Main Street told police his car was broken in while he was working on December 20. He said a radio and phone were missing. The incident was turned over for investiga- tion. • In another incident, Darleen Moore of Ingles told police that several teenagers were loitering in the parking lot and were asked to leave. She said they refused to until they were told TEAM that the police had been called, agans By Bryan Geter SIGNS OF CHRISTMAS - Santa was good to the children of Hogansville. These kids braved the cold weather last Thursday morning and rode their bikes to the ballfield. Pictured above are (I-r) Michael Rabun, Holly Spradlin, Jason Steele, Chris Spradlin, Chris Steele and James Rabun. Busy Handling Wr( :ks By Bryan Geter The Hogansville Police Department worked several accidents during December. *An accident occurred on December 21 on Hwy 29 at intersection of Hwy 54 result- ed in citations bring issued by the Hogansville Police Department. According to reports, Ralph T. Mattingly of Hogansville, driving a 1990 Lincoln Town Car, turned right onto Hwy 29 going north striking Cleve Barton Crum of Grantville, who was driv- ing a 2000 Chevy Silverado. Mattingly was charged dth DUI-less safe, hit & run and driving on suspended license. *On December 18, a two- car wreck occurred on Hwy 54 at Collier Street. Irene H. Medley of Hogansville driving a 1998 Ford Escort SE pulled onto the highway while turning left off of Collier Street and struck the side of Elizabeth Powers of Hogansville, who was driving a 1997 Ford www.husqvarna.com BARSCABBARDS Pro Forest * Full head, face & ear proteCdon • 25 dNA) ZRR Wider screen with brim protects from wdust, rain 55 Rancher • 3.2 cu. ii.. 18" brake Crown • Lifetime ,, .. ...,<,,o., ignition GUARANTEE warrant' Escort LX. Slight damage was done to Medley's car from the front to the back bumper while Powers' vehicle had paint damage from the rear door to the back bumper Gn the drivers side. / No citations wege issued in the incident. *In Decemberan accident at intersection of Ware Street and Brooks Road occurred with injuries. When police arrived, they found the car, a 1984 Monte Call,, of Larry Donnell Cotton, Jr. of Hogansville .fouching the rear of a 1990 Buick Regal. Passengers in the Cotton car said the driver exited the car and ran. Both passengers of the Cotton car complained of neck injuries and# ras trans- ported to the  ;Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. The case is still under investigation. SPECIAL SMALL ENGINE CITY & MARINE 3066 New Franklin Road * LaGrange 4 Miles North of LaGrange (706) 884-0156 or Toll Free 888-437-5467 Visit our website at www.smallenginecity.com WE DO H USQVARNA WARRANTY WORK! Canine Select@ 099 F,od ' 40 lb. Bag # tustrial Road. Hogansville (706) 637-6263 New Hours: rAM- 6PM. Sat. 7AM. 5PM 3 Days 0000)nly- Jan. 10 th • 11 th. 12" Don't Miss This Sale! Best PHces Discounts Up To 75% OFF Ever Offered! • Clothing • Boots • Guns • (.amo • Westernwear Check Next Week's Paper for Details! II I 4 dy HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Michael Bailey, 17 Askew Street in Hogansville, suffers from MD for the holidays this year. He spent three days in the pital recently, but is better now. Pictured with Michael at a singing recently are friends and family members, (L, R) Ben McOurdy, Ronee Bailey, his mother, John his father, and Mary Hammett of Corinth community. / 110 RELAXING - After a good meal at Rogers Barbecue ir Hogansville, Francis and Agnes Ddssens enjoy the coz3 warm weather we are having. Ms. Lobello Named to Lisl Greenbrier High School graduate Elizabeth Lobello ha, been named to the Dean's List at Young Harris College i recognition of academic excellence for the 2001 fall semes Try | ter. Full-time students achieving a 3.5 grade point averag or better are ehgible for the Dean's List. Elizabeth is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Lobelh of Evans. Her grandparents are Mrs. Willow Heim o! Hogansvflle and Tom Lobello of Jacksonville, Florida. A sophomore at Young Harris College, Elizabeth is member of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. She is Business Scholarship recipient, and was also named to tN 2000 fall and 2001 spring Dean's List. • Corn: "re G NEIGHBOR , Jerry Glantor of 210 Popula Street ir Hogansvi.ll takes his neigh, bor some woo(: he saweddowr in his yard or Thursday. i was just in as "old winter" with some temperatures. . ,.. , 70 O O C...__ PERSONNEL SERVICES. Immediate Job Openings DATA ENTRY