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January 25, 2001     The Hogansville Herald
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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 2001 M, I 'Celebrities' Hearing Delaye00m:f'Tlhe Denms at Parkway Mitsubishi, Inc. INI o Problem By Bryan Geter A public hearing date for the Celebrities restaurant has been tabled until the Hogansville Alcohol Board meets. The decision to delay was me Tax rvices EXPRESS REFUND! Customers pay nothing out of pocket AS FAST AS 24 HOURS! REGISTER FOR OUR $s,000 CASH GIVEAWAY Printing Checks NOW! NOTICE TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC GOVERNMENT NOW HIRING Wilh Starling Pay Of Up To: s14- s20/HR FA S TER Income Tax Services WAY to get your refund/" made by the Hoga'nvzlle City said the council heeds to "sit Council Tuesday mght.\\; The council also unani- mously voted to change public hearing requirements from 30 days to 15 days. A February 5 date at 6:30 p.m. was decided upon for rezoning property located at Lincoln Street and Blue Creek Road from R-1 to R-2. Councilman Jimmy Jackson down" and see how to approach the different aspects of the city. Councilman Larry Dorrough told City Manager David Aldrich it was a good time to ask the count}, to get started on the demolition of the dilapi- dated houses and buildings in the city. The council will review the city's policies on levelizing util- ii i REGIONAL PLANNER Responsible for collecting and analyzing data, conferring with vanous local authon- lies, reviewing and eva various repods, and recommending measures affect- ing land use,  utilies, commun, housing, and transportation. Requires degree pas 1 year e in land use, regional or ecorc devXxne.t plan- ning. Must have valid Georgia Drivers license and be computer literate. Apply poor to Febma@, 5. 2001 Chatdahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center PO Box 16CX) Franklin, Georgm 30217 (770) 8546026 3843 Hamilton Rd, Vernoa Columbus, GA (Lees Crossi)  Z lGran, GA _ (706) 323-2503 (';'0) 884-2899 Now THRU SATURDAY, FEB. 3 J 25% OgF! rnR STOCK Regular priced merchandise TREMENDOUS SAVINGS-SELECTED GROUPS 30%- 40% & 60% OFF #'J in "niforms  Sm ,,. No Other Discounts Apply No Adjustments in Previous Purchases ;APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL EMPLOYMEN1 ' Thursday, February 1st, FORM 0F-612 WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE TO RESIDENTS of LaGrange & Surrounding Counties to Apply for: ADMINISTRATIVE * GENER.AL "LAWEN Communications Fish & ildlife Adm. Correctional Officer Computer Operator F/x'd Servtce Worker Police/TroOper' ' Medical/Legal Clerk Ttmsponation Ass't Securitv/Pri.(nvGuard Postal Service S*:ial Serxice Ass't Custonilmmigration Acct. Tech Mot(n Vehicle Openttor Fingerprint Tech Clerk pist CtNodM \\;brker Park Ranger Secretar3. F Inspector Federal Agent & More Great Benefits Job Security Non experienced & Experienced May Apply 90 MINUIE ORIENq'ATION - Adnunistemd by' Suite Nati(md Training Ser ice, Inc. Employment Applicatkms & Orie'am,-m Manuals Provided - $5 Fee AT:. D41YS INN - I._,,range 2606 Whitesville Rd., 1-85 Exit 13 Thursday, February 1st ONLY! 3:0OPM or 6.'PM (NYe  Test by Profes  Rand former FeeFa Agent FBI {SNTS Ir IS a pvate COr  tTatrj ava for a fee ! Absolutely No Phone Calls or Late Arrivals - Limited Seating - Brin Pen - No Children ity payments before custof rid: can sign up for the progra Pre-J the spring. Chas Councilwoman fmson Crocker asked Aldrich to i K-5 ent the city's policies on ul Antt payments at the meetinCruss February. mens, Harris said all custo First may want to levelize their Jack ments after their next bi 11, Ja :anflo lson. and Anniversa " January 26 Brandy Brazell, O Barrow. January 27 A Elizabeth McDwill Kenneth Hines, Mr. andom Wesley Duffey, armiversalin L January 28 Janu Frances Hines, Iuleds Bussey. and I_ January 29 TI Brad Brock, Paul Presfor Scotty Burks, Renee Cogffcare January 30 Jast Diane Alien, ]For Richardson, Laura Lee Tifl812.2 Matt Searels, Nellie Evan and Mrs. Brad Stitcher, and.-. and Mrs. Wade Caddy, annO sat3'. January 31 C Jackie Wade, Joo Leverett, Jonathan Ko=[..,o.. Dora Rhodes Alexafi.'.. "t Lou Mildred Crawford, ShaL; .--m Davis, Mr. and Mrs. un Phillips, anniversary. Oil-" T res ' sch T&S held ter.p har Accountln00:s t14 Commerce St. King Hogansville . p (706) 637-80o a F We wish ,/I t bestto y-ou ag, yours in 2001 t - Full Sendce Bookkeeping - Income Pre Helping to bring babies safely into the world. It's a noble profession - and it's what our obstetricians were born to do'. Together with our nurses and support staff, they make West Georgia Health System a wonderful place to deliver a child. Our obstetricians partner with expectant moms every step of the way during pregnancy to help them deliver healthy babies. And when the time comes, our labor/delivery/recovery suites allow all phases of birth to take place in the same room. Plus, we offer special services through our Mother-Baby Unit and the Coleman Our OBSTETRICIANS are born prof(.00:00sionals. Community Health Center - including a variety of prenatal and breastfeeding classes. In addition, we offer Baby Trace - a West Georgia Home Care program that allows us to monitor and care for high-risk expectant mothers at home. It's all designed for a special birthing experience - and it's all part of why our entire staff are considered born professionals. One health system. All the care you need. m _. WEST GEORGIA HEALTH SYSTEM ..o , : -- 1514 Vernon Road l.aGrange, Georgia 30240 (706) 882-1411 www.wghs.org J