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March 22, 2001

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)AGE 2A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - MARCH 22, 2001 ' Classified Bargains- Pages 2,3B fZ!i I NETWORK NO EJZPMENT TO BUYl, Digital 1OO Home Plan 2 Receivers !;. - d  lhID    '*'kn I *v'=Im>'I  *  U "'m Baptists To Host Robinson The Western Baptist Association Women's Missionary Union will hold their annual Spring Inspirational Meeting at First Baptist Church of Franklin on April 12, 2001. The ladies will be celebrating missions as they meet to increase missions awareness and involvement through worship, prayer, and fel- lowship. The theme will be "Beyond Belief!...God Doing More Than We Can Imagine!" The evening will begin with dinner at 6:00 pm and the program will follow at 7:00 pm. The atured speaker will be Dan Robinson, Sdmern Baptist Missionary to East Asia. R(,b: n serves as a high school counselor in Taichung, Taiwan and is a member of a family nurturing center and church planting team. He and his wife, Doni, have three children. This meeting is open to the public. If you wish to attend the dinner, reserva- tions must be made by calling Dorinda Purser at 770-502-7048 before March 28th. Dan Robinson / Hogansville Police Help With By Bryan Get Samuel Anderson, 33, of Greenville is in the Meriwether County jailed with no bond set at this time according to Meriwether County Sheriff Steve Whitlock after a rou- tine license-check turn sour Friday evening. The HogansviUe and LuthersviUe Police Departments assisted in the case along with the Georgia State Patrol. According to Whitlock, his deputies were conducting a license check at Hwy 54 and Forrest Road. Whiflock said a silver Nissan approached the "road check." The deputy asked to see his drivers license and proof of insurance. Whitlock said Anderson had a hard time locating them. "It was then, one of the deputies smelled the odor of marijuana and asked Anderson to step out of the car," Whitlock said. Instead of getting out of the car, Whitlock added, Anderson stepped on the gas and "took off." Both deputies began to chase Anderson and another officer in the area was notified that he was headed toward him on the Charlie Fuller Road. The officer was able to get in front of the suspect causing a complete stop and Anderson rammed into the patrol car. The deputy giv- ing chase also slammed into the rear of Anderson's vehicle according to reports. The third deputy vehicle also struck one of the cars according to reports. Whitlock said the chase lasted for ten minutes. Deputy, Cpl. Tim Moore, was the Georgia Baptist Hos[ for abrasions caused by the air bag According to reports, Anderson 1995 Crown Victoria driven by Schiffer from the rear. Anderson then and struck a 1995 Crown Victoria Edward. R. Hart in the right front. in a 2000 Crown Victoria which Anderson's vehicle from the rear. Anderson was ing and attempting to elude a two counts of aggravated assault on a officer (because of the car accident ing, DUI (implied consent because he to take a sobrietytest) and failure to two stop signs. Council Pot Holes, Cop 'i)(, ,? iiiiiili !IIII AFTER MANY YEARS A SHOCKING TURN OF EVY! EV HiNG MUST  SOLD I A MAER OF : We want to take this time to say thanks to all our loyal customers over the past several years... We will miss yo  Also let us say thanks to the customers that will d business with us during our quitting business liquidation/ ........ i? L;I By Bryan Getm Councilman Jimmy Ja-. dl ona.y night asked li ... Hilton Odom ff he could 0' .v', council a monthly repovill- where his officers patrol.. Swar Jackson said he was eig calls with cites. numerous complaining that there iS-ro o11 red police visibility, especn,_. - avi Boozer Street. a , [Droll In other city council , councilman  Dol-  asked City Manager [[ext, Aldrich to patch the potho| re Mobley Bri Road sa %k were holea ir .SeVei'al made at the close of John McKibben and Barrow were re-appointed Cemetery Board. J.C. Daniels was ed to the Planning Jane Strain was the Historical Johnson Housing Authority Tommy Johnson ed to the Keep Beautiful Board. TOTAL SELL OUT... ALL MUST GO!! ,fi-Williams HOME FURNISHINGS, INC Hold Lent The Hogansville United Methodist be having a lunch and message every ing Lent. The price will be: everyone is invited. T& C0untry St0re & Carryout 1276 Corinth Rd. Hogarville (Fomby's Old Mon-Thur 6 a.m. to 9 Fri 6-10 Sat 7-10 Sunday 8.8 i!iii!i "