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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, ]iEB. 27,2003 CHECK J 00T THESE JOBS `/CDL Drivers- Class A/ Single & Team - $13.56 and $17.00 ,/Machine Operators ,/Production - Heaw Lifting Required Mechanical Assembly Excellent Pay/Temp Position ,/h'ide  Rep. - Enb Level `/Admin. Position - Must Have Word/Excel Exp 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com EOE 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator Bike, Car Tag, Gun, TV Reported Stol00o0000,o The door is valued at $500. The case LI- 1 By BRYAN GETER Police are investigating a burglary that under investigation. occurred on Feb. 17 at 3(h7 Church Street. In a separate incident, police are inv ev ne The Hogansville Police Department investi- Linda Minix told potice someone entered her ing an incident where a man received s tt .... Io1 gated a theft by taking incident that occurred residence and took a 9 m:m pistol with a 17 round erations to his- head after allegedly being ar- between February 16 and Februaryl7 at 200 W. magazine valued at $400 from atop her refriger- Police stated he saw Ronald Janney, 31,[ -yt IT1#:11 - Boyd Road, Apt llA Head Homes. ator. The case remains u rider investigation. Blue Creek Road walking on Askew Str'-'ti.-,-,, L Tammy Cameron reported someone stole her In a separate case, Russell Johnson of ered in blood. d.aughter bicycle valued at $150. Mississippi and employ ed by Irby Construction, Janney told police that he had been at.e : Cameron reported she recovered the bike on reported to police that s;omeone entered his 1994 on Askew Street and Steve Smith, 21, cut G=o_e, s alS February 18. GMC Surburan while it ,teas parked at Days Inns Report states that Janney had severe  ..... ue( In a separate case that occurred on Feb. 21, and took a TV and radio valued at $663. his head and was bleeding.  e Leslie L. Roberts of 11 Green Ave. told police the The case was turne& over for investigation. The EMS was called to the scene andS- y- ar e e an( tag off of his 1990 Lincoln Town car was stolen at Lorene T. Byrd of 2:17 Popular Street report- was taken to the emergency room wrier , lOray his residence, ed to Hogansville Police that someone kicked open treated and released, iliti The tag was recovered at the Gas Stop on Feb. her door, but nothing ap 7oeared to be missing. The case remains under investigation, ce rest were Support -- 00yscl T00oop, Frazier',s New Nto00sto ..-... v iatatio: OJj'i aGo o9 d I,., .  .  ", ....... i : .R i!i. Ms. Nook s Treasure Hunt, a consignment, acc dllSted a ry, and gift shop, was opened in' Hoganswl" Councilman Bobby Joe Frazier. The name Ms. N0enta' the nickname of his youngest daughter, Sarah Frrniss [ i I ill. :3\\; .... who lives in Richardson, Texas. cene The store's main focus will be clothing. "We want The fi   ple to bring in their newer current fashion clothes . AP Equal lit,using pressed, no stains, buttons on them, and the zippers 'T .,,po,ot  ing. This will" help the clothes sell faster and. the pPrOJ,e ornl that consigned them will also receive thew men ;' " i/ ii i!i" i:/ill their item faster. Clothing in bags is usually wrinkleean c s he d, we do not wash, press, or send them to the cleaner ;.t! -,-474-0 items are checked m and you get an account numo,i o re we can credit your account as your items sell. At th I of the month we total all your credits and send .e ph ,, cul check for your percentage. If after 60 days the ' ii smell as soon as they walk in the door. "The store hours for now are Monday - Friday Atten to 6:00 Saturday from 9:00 to 6:00, and Sunday l:ou di, 5:00. The phone number is (706) 637 4455, an easy  se ber to remember." Bobby invites all the people for ft FAMILY TOUCH- The name Ms. Nook is the nickname area to stop by and see what's in the store. of Frazier's youngest daughter, Sarat "= Frazier, who lives "We receive new items dally, so you never know" in Richardson, Texas. may be here. If you like it, get it, could be gone late, e Girls Su:r00,ive Round v* ,ang f c 1093 E. Main St., Hogansville 706-637-5900 OPEN EVENINGS BEGINNING MARCH 4 Tuesday - Saturday 4 - 9 p.m. Dine-In Carry-Out Delivery Chicken Boxes *, Catfish Plates Liver Hotwings Cole Slaw Baked Beans ,, Potato Logs Mashed Potatoes , Potato Salad Breakfast Lunch Dinner Open 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Mon. - Sat. 4 - 9 p.m. Tue. - Sat. BENSON PROMOTIONS GOSPEL SING SAT. MARCH I, 2003 7PM HOUSTON COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL 9 142 @I-7S) Warner Robins, GA GENERAL ADMISSION SEATING UMITED DOORS OPEN AT 6:00 P.M. 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(770) 389-1357 MACON - MIo Chnstu=n Book Store 2075 Bthlea Ave (478) 7434)500 B@n.o Chlrop#lctK: Cenlet. 13.5 Plo Noo Ave {478} 784-t0t 1 EZE Finance 442 Scod St (478) 743-70TI pnd Cra F=fltce 448 Sod St (478) 745.9265 To oe aOarce ttc.ets by mgl t tm:k of y Ol paylD} 1o ENt PROMOTIONS. 448 SECOND STREET. MACON GA 3t201 For moce mfoemaho 4111 (478) 745.9265 or 1 800.78-0329 (M-F 9 a m = 6 p m ) YO mllly oler IIlm(I by vii. Itln S OUr web-stte at www.benlonpromotlos.Oelt By BRYAN GETER The Callaway Lady Cavaliers played their hearts out Saturday afternoon in .... ;lg,gl round of state playoffs and, defeated the Claxton Lady Tigers, 44 43. Callaway scored 12 points to Open. the game before the Lady Tigers ever, dented the scoreboard. It wasn't until 1:21 left on the clock. in the first quarter before Claxon score], its first basket. Callaway led at the end of one quatL ter, 14-4, and took a commanding 21-10 and four steals. lead into the locker room at the inter- Head Coach Jason mission, proud of his team's play. "The The Lady Tigers came back in the plus for this third period to cut Callaway's lead to heart and determination 1 " "i six, 31-25 and tied the game at 3.6,ha t-# , PaYmg rtq mattr.lh.o)h. fouh quarter, before taking their first stated. , .... , ' ,i lead with less than two minutes to play. Karmarsha Martin sealed the victo- ry for the Lady CAVS as she hit an off balanced jumper with 1:21 to go. Martin led the Lady Cavaliers with 18 points. Bridgett Phillips followed with 11 and Crystal Reese added nine points Arledge was es Martin's play saying she played like a champion. Disha Leonard scored 27 fort Callaway will play Early 4 p.m. Thursday at 4 p.m. Civic Center in Albany. 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By Bryan Geter GOING FOR TWO - Bridgett Phillips goes for a basket against Claxton Saturday afternoon as Shad Cox and Crystal Reese await the rebound. HITTING A HARD Cox hits the basket for she shoots off Lady Cavaliers Lady Tigers, 44-43. Wolverines End Year With Solid Victory The West Georgia Wolverine, Wheelchair Basketball Team was victorious in its last r e, gular season game. The Wolverines handed the DeKalb Si "tver Streaks a 20-4 defeat at Avondale Middle School in Atlanta. The win assures the Wolverines of second place for the: season a berth in the state championships. Wolverine scoring was led by | (yle Wriston with 6 points followed by Verritra Howard xuith 4 points. Five more Wolverines including April McPhe:rson, Daniel Weatherford, Tyler Thompson, Jed Shiohira, m  d Ashley Allen, each hit 2 points. Nina Pittman and Lesliea  an Hutchins were solid in their defense. Wolverine Rudy Si eed was missed due to ill- ness. The Wolverines now advan.ce to the Georgia State Wheelchair Basketball Champi,cmship in Jonesboro next Saturday. The Wolverines are in. need of funds to continue their efforts in the upcoming tra; k and field season. Several fund raising projectsi are coming up. An exhibi- tion wheelchair basketball gam: against local firefighters is planned as well as a free car w.ash day. Funds will help purchase ad flitional competition chairs so that even more eligible kids cm join the Wolverines next year. For more information, call Ccach McIntyre at 655-3969. TAKING A SHOT- Wolverine player Leslie Ann 8, of Hogansville prepares to take a shot during on Thursday, February 20.