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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVmLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY MARCH 20, 2003 Support Our Troops 1 & 2 Bedroom Units Central Heat & Air Stove & Refrigerator :q,a,oosm, Opportunity HARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mafl2.newnanutilities.org ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. H Gary W. Brown LaGrange Man Arrested for By BRYAN GETER A LaGrange man was arrested by the Hogansville Police Officers on Wednesday at approximately 6 p.m. and charged with driving under the influ- ence of alcohol and driving while license is revoked. Russell Wayne Hammett, 33, was stopped at U.S. Highway 29 and Brazil Street. After being asked to see his driv- ers license, Hammett told police he had- n't had one in 10-12 years. Report stated that Hammett had a strong odor of alcohol about him. Police said he noticed a glass or clear tube that appeared to be a smoking deviee for crack cocaine in the rear floor board of the vehicle. A female passenger assured police that the vehicle was hers and gave police Bass of 883 Benefit Game Friday Business Church Couples The West Georgia Wolverines Wheelchair Sports Team will play a ben- Groups Reunions efit game against local fire- fighters this Friday, March 21st, in the Manchester High Mountain Top Inn "is the place" Hwy. 190 & Hines Gap Pine Mountain, GA 800-533-6376 or 663-4719 School gym at 7:00 p.m. Admission will be $3.00 for adults and $1.00 for stu- dents (five and .under free). Funds raised will be used for wheelchairs, uniforms, equipment and travel expenses. Thee will be door prizes and opportunities to win a Fillet Fiv[r Aq[adl[][y smoker grill, membership in the athletic club at Roosevelt Sprin 9 Fling prizes.Instituteandthergreat The firefighters are very confident. In addition to the game and prizes, there will be a complete concession stand with Chic-Fil-A from FIRST ANNUAL LaGrange. You can have dinner and CAR SHOW entertainment in he place- For more information, 12 Noon - 4 p.m. please contact Coach and McIntyre at 655-3969. YARD SALE .==o=._.. =.=oo..._.. Umpires Ss'd'u.3dmI.:3r Ma"oh enelnd -BBQ -Hot Dogs -Coke -Coffee -Sausage Biscuits --Lots of Cool Cars, Music, Ponies, Moonwalk, Train, IN t;::t;;UU Balloons, Soccer Kick, Rock Climbing, troo Man 115S6 East Highway 8$---Woodbury, GA The Troup County Parks (706) $$3-2541 & Recreation Commission is in need of umpires for its seven and eight-year-old pitching machine baseball leagues and eight year-old pitching machine softball league. No prior experience is US 27, New Franklin Road LaGrange, GA (706) 882-2576 necessary; however, general knowledge of the game is CREDIT PROBLEMS,'/ helpful. All required training Due to Bankruptcy. Divorce, will be provided by the Troup Liens, La-offs? County Parks & Recreation Commission. WE CAN HELP!!! Anyone interested in applying for these positions On-The-Spot Approvals & Delivery should contact Don Howell Jeff Ford USE YOUR W-2 AS A at (706) 883-1670. Credit Doctor DOWN PAYMENT! 1-800-772-4389 or (706)882-2576 Council FREE CALL! All Applications Accepted Continued From Page 1A The rezoning will now allow an apartment to be built. The building was last , used as a beauty shop, but is United now vacant. . J J/Harmony  City Manager David Aldrich said there had been / : }; i/ no negative comments con- cerning the matter. The own- ,rj  ership is that of John Hardy ' Nails Jones and Patrick A. Terrail. 'j , , The council also voted in favor of a home occupation located at 202-B Commerce 212 E. Main Street * HogansviHe 637-6505 Street. Mon. - Sat. 9 to 8 * Sun. I0 to 4 The business will be aio ]] The owner is David Claxton. Spa $;25 Pedicure & Manicure Re: Mobile home located at 6659 Lone Oak Rd., Senior Students Ho..,h,, C.... C i tize n s 1 0//o T6 Whom It May Concern: Will the relatives of Mr. 1 5% O F F! O F F] William Brown, please come forth to claim the above proper- "The Quality of Heart"  706-657-5477. (3:20,27) permission to search the car. A clear glass tube with a brillo pad in the end which appeared to be a crack pipe was retrieved. Then officers asked for and received permission to search a purse which was on the back seat. Police found a small green plastic zip-lock type bag inside the purse with contents of suspected crack cocaine. The female was charged with VGCSA and taking to the Troup County jail and Hammett was taken to the jail as well. Other passengers were taken to the Hogansville Police Department where they could call to get a ride home since all passengers had been drinking and couldn't drive home. On Thursday at approximately 7 p.m., police arrested Timothy Eugene and charged him with reckless fleein driving while license suspended. Report states that police white 1986 Pontiac Bonneville at Ware street and Brooks blinker on to turn right. When the driver saw the he turned left onto Brooks began to speed up. He Brooks and West Main but signal and turned right and accelerate. Police activated the blue Bass gain speed up to 60 mph in a mile speed zone. After a couple of miles, stopped. He was also charged ure to use signal. He had an active warrant theft by taking over $500. By Frances PLANTING TIME -A friend donated 40 cabbage plants to the Hogansville School. Last week Ms. Linda Hart's 3rd grade planted the green vegetables in of the school. The students enjoyed getting out into the garden with the fresh air. INF, Mar Mar ,iMar By Frances Robl THIS IS THE WAY TO DO IT - Hogansville Elementary School 3rd grade teach t' Linda Hart shows her class the way to plant the cabbage. These cabbages, w fully grown, weighs as much as 40 Ibs. WE'RE BEING INVADED BY TURKEYI - The gobbler is "strutting his stuff" hens in the yard of Elmer Williams on Bass Crossroads on Monday. Williams said imately 15 of these birds visit his home each day. A ty thi an( Miss West Georgia Pageant S( the i tan The Miss West Georgia Pageant will be held on Saturday, May 17, at 6 p.m. at the Hogansville Elementary Auditorium. This pageant is open to girls between the ages of 2  and 19 years of age. The practice dates and- times are as follows: Miss Contestants (age 15 & up) Tuesdays 5:00 p.m. Jr. Miss Contestants (age 12-14) Wednesdays 5:30 p.m. Little Miss Contestants (age 9-11) Mondays 6:00 p.m. Wee Miss Contestants (age 6-8) Tuesdays 6:00 p.m. Tiny Miss Contestants (age 4-5) Tuesday 6:00 p.m. Precious Miss Contestants (age 2-3) Mondays 6:00 p.m. All practices will be held at the Hogansville Recreation Department. For more information, please call either Sybil Gaddy in at 637-8997, or Donna : at 637-4436. Each contestant is to sell a minimum worth of ads (one full However, the girl sells the most ads crowned Miss Hos and will be the $100 savings bond. This pageant is s by the Pilot Hogansville, and funds the out the year projects. Gospel Benefit Planned Saturd00 Street, Hogansville, for Mrs. Ollie Mac Strickland. Featured will be Young Spirit of Manchester .and A benefit gospel singing will be held Saturday, March 22nd at 7:00 p.m. at Faith Baptist Church, Granite Traveling Lights | Hogansville. Rev. Edward CalhO CM the pastor. i .... j