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PAGE 2-A Man Arrested On Drug Charge By BRYAN GETER A Hogansville man was arrested last Friday at approximately 4 p.m. and charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent to distribute. Troup County Deputy Sgt. Shane Frailey was work- ing traffic in the Hwy 29N area last Friday after receiv- ing complaints of vehicles traveling over the posted CHECK t out A J THESE V JOBS ’ CDL Ddvers- Class N Single & Team - $13.56 and $17.00 /Machine Operators /Produclion - Heavy Lifting Required / Mechanical Assembly Excellent Pay/l"emp Position / Admin. Position. Must Have Word/Excel Exp I[cr,J,1:lStdfin 8 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.corn EOE speed limits. Ronnie Seldon Brown II, 19, of 1136 E Main Street, Hogansville was a passenger in a car that was stopped. Frailey said Brown acted very suspicious and nervous as he was talking to the driv- er, Allyson Millen Lee, 18, of 108 Collier Street, Hogansville. After searching Brown, a bag containing four bags with an ice cream design on the outside of the bag containing a clear and white chunky sub- stance and one bag contain- ing a powder white substance were found in his watch pock- et. A set of electronic scales and numerous baggies used to ,distribute drugs were found in Lee's vehicle along with a clear glass smoking device. Brown was transported to the Troup County jail and Lee was given a warning for speeding and release. In other police news, a woman told police that some- one entered her car Saturday at the Days Inn in Hogansville and stole items valued at $900 including a CD player, speakers and about 50 CDs. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 • 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mall: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org HARWELL, BROWN & HARWra,L, P.C. ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Secm'ity & S.S.I. Gary W. Brown 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air • Stove & Refrigerator Equal ttousing Opportunity Messer & Associates, LLC Monica Messer Expertise that really measures up • All tax returns, computer prepared • Returns ready to take with you, when you leave. • You get your refunds from the Government • Taxes for all 42 states • Free e-file Come in today, we're your friends in all tax matters. Call for an appointment. Messer & Associates. LLC 416 West 8th Street West Point, GA 31833 Phone: (706) 643-9921 • Fax: (706) 645-2717 • HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, FEB. 20, 2003 By Bryan Geter A TIME TO SHOP - Ms. Nooks Treasure Hunt will have its "Grand Opening" on Saturday at 10 a.m. at its downtown loca- tion on Main Street in Hogansville. Owner Bobby Joe Frazier above invites everyone to come and help him celebrate this joyous occasion. (Bottom photo: Frazier opens the front door of his new business. Girls Third Region By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Lady off a stubborn Greenville Lady squad, 60-56, Saturday evening i Vista to place third in the Re tournament. The victory sets the Lady ( to play Claxton on Saturday in i round of the State Class which will be played at Callaw_ YI CrystalReese led the Lady (_ rnt with 18 points and was followed Kent' Cox with 11. Shacarra Pickett nt Ar Callaway qualified for the sc nament on Thursday in the qu her game against Jackson. er ( Bridgett Phillips hit a 25 !arl time ran out to lift the Lady Caug the Lady Red Devils, 59-56, andboon state tournament. "it was pure bedlam after tH[ Coach jason Arledge said. "Ev)AI was running on the court. It w&au ing that no one can imagine. Sthq the biggest play of her life." ra Callaway led 26-13 midway La the second period, but foul Ooh benched two starters and Jac lcCi the lead to two at the break, 26-nd I ring the last 11 points of the half, re F Jackson outscored CallawayOrie,, the third period, but The La0ge stormed back late in the game..,..__ Cox led the way with 19 po was followed by Reese with Phillips with 11. Top-seeded Macon County the Lady Cavaliers in the sem Friday. We _ ,,,. Ch Annual Black Heritage Banquet Set for Friday The Westside Voters League will observe its third annual Black Heritage Banquet on Friday February 21st at the St. Paul A.M.E. Church on Poplar Street in Hogansville at 7:00 p.m. The guest speaker will be Garfield Heard, a former NBA basketball play- er and coach. He is a graduate of Ethel Kight High School and a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. ChmmlW Board to Meet • .:,.   i:: : i :: !# ::ii:: '. ................................................. ;; i  [i! !ii !ii i :i i: i :: ::: : : :: :. :: :.i i': ill i i:i iiiiii:: :i!ii:.iiii . i!i!ii Mark attended school in HogansviUe and began playing the piano when he was seven years old and began taking piano lessons. One of his teachers informed him he wasn't a good candi- ................ : "':'date for a musical career. His ambition The Chattahoochee'-Flint Regional was to play like Eva Me LeFevre and Development Center Board of Directors will meet Thursday, February 27, begin- ning at 6:30 p.m. at the Regional Development Center in Franklin. he agenda will include regular ! dess items. Meetings are open to the public. Please call Kathy at 706-675-6721, ext. 101 to obtain additional informa- tion. Mark Fuller to Perform Former Hogansville resident Mark Fuller, son of Magalene and the late Franklin Fuller, will perform at the Highland Baptist Church Sunday night at 6 p.m., singing and playing the piano.. now his dream has come true. He is her pianist, singing and playing for her. They have just returned from Dallas, Texas where they performed with the Bill Gaither Gospel Group and on February 28 they will join them for a concert in Nashville, Tenn. Students Named to List The following area students were recently named to the LaGrange College fall semester dean's list: Donna Marie Broach and Terri Patricia Stanford of Grantville, and Jennifer Amanda Aldrich and Jessica Rachel Drake of Hogansville. WMU Provides Lunc£c ranci The Hogansville First alum Church WMU is partici-'ating v . , . v ed) Junmr Women s Servme Le,, 20 sack lunches[ a preparing Habitat for Humanity workers °: 3, 2003. This is in c°njuncti°r'eZ-u Jimmy Carter Work Project. IFeb: Ruby Thornton Gets Ruby Thornton, of graduated with a Bachelor of in Computer information degree from DeVr5 2002. "DeVry has an ate employment history," Loraine Decatur. "For the past temwide, an average of 93 our graduates who actively employment found a job, already employed, within six graduation. Prospective at DeVry because our programs provide solid the modern workplace, and their Court Doc cet Filled to Brim Once Continued From Page 1A • Johnny Cleveland Calhoun was fined $89.50 for defective equipment. • Christopher Courson who was charged with open container violation (passen- ger) was fined $150.00. • Angela Tucker Cruner was fined $89.50 for headlight requirement. • Bobby Ann Echols was charged with speeding 50/35 and fined $115.00. • Felix E Figueroa was fined $89.50 for speeding 88/70. • Brandon Deshaun Gates was charged with tail light requirement and fined $179.00. • James Lewis Gordon, II was fined $130.00 for exces- sive volume from radio with- in motor vehicle. • Johnny Nickolas Greene was fined $89.50 for tag light requirement. Flint River Academy, Inc. Woodbury, Georgia Grades 3k through 12 For Information Call: 706-553-2541 706-553-CATS Bus Transportation Available Average Classroom Size: 15 Students, Football, Baseball, Basketball, Softball, Track, Tennis, Golf, Music, Art, Service Clubs, and All Literary Events. • Raymond Green was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and fined $120.75. • Tyrie Tjuan Griffin was charged with failure to use turn signal and fined $89.50. • Muriel Ann Hendrix was fined $115.00 for speeding 86/70. • Beverly Glenn Hunter was fined $15.00 for seat belt violation. • Cahlan Dain Janney was charged with defective equipment and fined $89.50. Janney was also fined $89.50 for failure to use turn signal. • Alicia Greene was fined $114.50 for speeding 51/35. • Bradley LaPorte was charged with an expired tag and fined $120.75. • Danny Lee Thompson was fined $15.00 for safety belt violation. • Martha Rose Hurley, who was charged with hav- ing an expired tag, was fined $120.75. • Nathan Lemor Hutchins was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign and fined $120.75. • John Scott Medley was fined $89.5 for having defec- tive equipment. • Laquincia D. McKimley was fined $140.00 for speed- ing 91/70. • Kate Abelle Norris was charged with tag light requirement and fined $89.50. • David George Pike, Jr. was charged with speeding 51/35 and fined $115.00. • Troy Potter was charged with speeding $140.00. Ou • Tiffany Sandre was charged with  60/35 and fined $21 • Car, charged with disre stop sign and fined $ Ga • Bernard U. Riilli was charged with  8 ing a stop sign a,attci $120.75. [Ma • VergaryL.Robi at 7 charged with no  M insurance and fined raia • Lakevius M. ROgebl fined $89.50 for this,, requirement. • Faye Kent fined $120.75 for ing a Stop sign. • Robert Ray was fined $120.75 ing a vehicle tag. .William was fined $120.75 garding a stop sign. • Julie Ann fined $120.75 for 50/35. • Wanda D. Til was charged with use a turn signal, $89.50. • Donald L. fined $89.50 for equipment. • Horace J. Turr fined $89.50 for failei£ a turn signal. !Url(: • Daren Wayne  [t’ was charged with ao h’l tag and fined $89.50, o9 • Henry Yu was !d" with disregarding a and fined $120.75. r ........................