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PAGE 2-A Support Our Troops HOGANSVILLE Holm News - THURSDAY, JAN.15, 2004 S--~ Callaway Girls Win; Boys Lo FEDERAL & STATE You Could Receive Your Tax Refund In 24-Hours/ 114 Commerce Street - Hogansville GA 22 Joe Melton yous meetat&,] p~,,pt, ,~ AlL I,,~,,~,,, ,, f,,, ,,,,,,pl~,~, c,,vcra~c a,ul p,'r..,,n.,l ..c,,k,' N,,w wc,[ ,,,c,,,~cr o( Ii',c AlL L,,d, I,,~t hb,: ...... ,'our Alia t,rofcsshm,)l, ,,,,,m .... ,,cr,,- [ or I;vrson,d I)r, dv, h,m },~r ~,,*~r ~ar d,, h,.,.t .,e.,.., ,,, & t,,,,,,,, ..... ,,! By JOHN KUYKENDALL The Callaway High Lady Cavaliers defeated the Manchester Lady Angels by a score of 67-41 on Tuesday, Jan. 6, while the Cavaliers fell to Region 4-AA's top team Manchester by a score of 80- 68. CHS 67, MHS 41 The Callaway High Lady Cavaliers defeated the Manchester High Lady Angels by a score of 67-41 on Tuesday, Jan. 6 in Manchester. The Lady Cavaliers held onto a slim 14-11 lead at the end of the first quarter, but extended that lead to 29-18 by the end of the first half by out,~oring the Lady Angels 15-7 ih-the second quarter. The third quarter was the diffrence in the game as the Lady CAVs outscored the Lady Angels 23-13 to take a commanding 52-31 lead. The Lady CAVs won the fourth quarter as well, outscoring the Lady Angels 15-10 to take a 6741 victor~: Bridget Phillips and Crystal Reese led the Lady CAVs on offense with 20 points each on the night. Shantranez Mays was the only other Callaway player to score in double digits with 17 points. Manchester's Ashley Fuller led the Lady Angels in scoring with 19 points on the night. Brittany Benning scored nine points for Manchester. Manchester's second leading scorer on the season. Sierra Copeland was held to only six points. MHS 80, CHS 68 Manchester's Tay Waller and Terrance Parrish com- bined to score 47 points to lead the Blue Devils to an 80- 68 win over the Callaway High Cavaliers on Tuesday, Jan• 6 in LaGrange. Korvotney Barber and Lakeves Prather each scored nine points for the Blue Devils. Brian Jackson led the Callaway High Cavaliers on offense vdth 17 points on t~ Pn night. Carl Epps was the .s~arter ond leading scorer for .tl~chool CAVs with 12 points. Brand~ Si~ Culpepper was the only o.t~g sit~ Cavalier in double digits wi~00 M ten points. Rahman Keyt~lerne finished the game with ni~leme: points. ~rida~ Manchster managedpursc take a slim 15-12 lead in., Th, first quarter, but outscor~par1 the CAVs 25-18 in the seco~ quarter to take a 40-30 l~ at the end of the first hal£~, Manchester outscor~lM l Callaway 25-13 in third qullL,~ I ter to take a 6543 lead. The quarter quarter ~ | I.. an even battle with bd l t[ teams scoring 15 points as 1~'4" l Blue Devils walked aw~ with an 80-68 win. ,_ Sur "!8 at 4 Police Investigate Threats, Thefts, v = -od)r of E dent occurred about Friday, Jan. 9 that somebody entered player and se eral hanu t -~, By GLINT CLAYBROOK Jan. 9, about 11 p.m. his vehicle and took a from a boxon the back ofl~aurct Roadmaster radio/cassette pickup truck. Th( lervic( Raid Brings Arrest ; It's old news that loan sharks have been known for decades for "breaking legs" when past-due loans weren't repaid promptly, but Hogansville police last week heard a new tale about a failed "collection effort" Paul Hill of 617 Elm St. in Hogansville told police on Jan. 10 that Jennie Mac Tigner"came to his house and asked him for $20 that he owes her." "When (Hill) told her he did not have the money, she got very upset and threw a full can of beer and hit him in the chest," according to that police report. "She also told him she would go get her mother's gun," according to the report. Even so, according to what that officer was told, "Paul said he would not seek warrant action" - or take out a warrant for what the report described as "simple bat- tery." Police were told the inci- In other incidents report- ed to Hogansville police in recent days: • On Jan. 10, Nick Mathews told officers that between 6:15 that morning and 2:30 that afternoon. somebody took $250 in 20-dol- lar bills from the back of the office at the Waffle House on Bass Road. "There are several sus- pects in mind," police were told, according to that report. • On Jan• 8, Buddy Moore, the operational manager at Carter's Mill on Industrial Road told police that Sharanda L. Smith of 907 Houston Street, LaGrange, was told by him to leave the premises, but "the next thing he knew she went into the plant and started a fight" with another woman. Smith "is banned from the plant and was arrested for disorderly conduct," accord- ing to that report. • Alien Thrower of 801 Askew Ave. told police, on Cr = Op r Awards Authorized The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board met Thursday night and approved five rewards totaling $300. The caller with code number 7740 was given a $50 reward for giving Sheriff's Deputies information that led to the arrest of one person for Forgery in the First Degree. Continued From Page 1A Hogansville, for possession of cocaine and gambling. • Stacy Tyrone Smith, 37, of 201 Thomas Street, LaGrange, for possession of cocaine and gambling. • Chezzaray Rutledge, 30, of 213 Ware Street, Hogansville, for possession of cocaine and gambling. • Sirderia Delonn Beasley, 24, of 302 Brooks -~w ck session of cocaine and ga~tork bling. • Evelyn Woodall, 38,{~ Ebc 21145 Hwy 85, Gay, for pd~ul"eh session of cocaine and g~37, a Ilrren blmg. ~:r • eet • Catrina Yvor~! : 19 Hutchins, 33, of 3351 H Wood Drive, Atlanta, for 1~_ .All session of cocaine and ga#rdial bling. ~gt • Willie Harold Jacks# wor, 45, of 602 Elm Stre~th .o ansv,.e, for osses, Tg2 Road, Hogansville, for pos- of cocaine. ~n • in Club Opens With , Dr on Tuesdays, there s art a~Sen • • { computer trammg on sev~.....~ al computers that line the W'r~ - 'of one of the club's fo~ rooms. ~*.~ Continued From Page 1A Georgia, said there are some 40 children ranging in age from six to 16 attending the club's various activities, in addition to the young people who show up for a "teen night" from 7 to 10:30. 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Four volunteers ass~ Cochran in overseeing O ~jl club's activities. , Tho] Cochran has a two-y~r*h of degree from Southern Unit She College in Opelika, Ala.; h~hes l, ~- l~ Gr~u a Valley, Ala., native, wno been associated with tggans, Boys and Girls Club since ! She was 18 years old and-a hi~, Coh school senior. "Every thing's real niO . including the reception f~ the city and the communf The', Cochran said. "Everybod.~ meet been real cooperative." ! mem It may be no coincid#l sick that the other side of the ~ Dora West Side High School~nt, Jo shared by the Save I#oky~ Children Program: Save! Afte "l~tl the children of Hogansv~ P e~ was one of Martih's pri~' The motives for pushing for ~ a~ new club: He pointed out ~' A fm over the years, Boys aaaY re Girls Clubs have saved, pVOur 1 haps, thousands of you~_.,.__ sters across the country, said he hoped the club h~ will help do just that, 1~ Jt~lL P/alTL ur ,-Mr. Continued From Page 1A ~rmers "We target crating #Jm~. shipping (firms)," she sai&Nich, Covenant Enterprises :Mr. Woodbury will manage ~emar facility for Conner. Mr. a Hogansville May~. Wilson St. Clair said he ~: delighted tO hear of t~/an. Conner decision and that"~:Ange city §tands ready to assist ~. :Ann' company in any way port Debr ble to make sure they ¢ Kelli, operate their facility with0 llene any problems." . Greg The company began m~': ing in new equipment 0iJan. week, including giant ba~Jami, saws. Jo EI Conner, which began ~ Jona., three employees in Texa~ :Mack 1981, now employs a totali ~lich~ 250. It acquired the buildi:: on a 24-month lease. Jan. 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