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King Set ...... slight resistance according to arrest for driving on a .No inj When you buy at Foster's, you deal with him. There are no pushy sales people to contend with. Dealing with the owner also assures you of the best deal. WE FINANCE - BRING YOUR W2'S police reports and had to be revoked license. Starnes said Monday, March 17 cuffed, he had stopped Blalock one-ton Chevy Ransom was arrested and before with the revoked driven by Susie charged with theft by license. Brooks was shoplifting and disorderly Starnes then went to talk International Street conduct. : with Norman, asking him if judged The cigarettes, valued at he had anything on him and approached the $4, were returned tothe store. Norman told the officer that Nicole L. S[ *In a separate incident he could search him. Pontiac Aztek was that occurred on March 18, Starnes asked Norman to the side of the road. police arrested and charged take off his shoes. Norman There Jamichael Norman, 20, of 100 sat on the ground and Starnes age to both vehicles. Baptist Drive with posses- said that is when he saw a pill states that Brooks sionof controUedsubstances bottle and several plastic driving very and safety belt violation, bags of suspected crack beware she Officer John Starnes said cocaine and powder co_e, cle. No citations were i Over 300 Cars, Trucks, Vans and Utility Vehicles to Choose From! Auto Sales and Service 1511 Hamilton Road LaGrange, GA. (706) 884-8259 The Roosevelt Place llll I1 I I For all the years they cared for you... For their comfort, safety & peace of mind... Trust Roosevelt Place I I I n im Ask About Our Financial Assistance Programs Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Wing When a nursing home isn't what you need; just assistance with the cooking and cleaning, Roosevelt Place is the ideal place for you or your loved one. Living suites offer the ultimate in comfort and convenience in assisted living. Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia Reasonably priced, one mile from ihe hospital 'atop beautiful Pine Mountain in Warm Springs. Locally owned and operated. I I I I i I1" I TAKING A LOOK - Bill Lowe of Hogansvilte looks over the pictures that the city's new streetscape project will look like when it is completed. Grantville Better Home Town Plans Meeting, Hiring New " The Grantville Better Home Town organ- ization (GBHT) will hold its monthly meet- ing on April 21 at 7:00 PM in the City Council chambers in the Grantville Municipal Building on LaGrange Street. Anyone living in or near Grantville or who owns a business in Grantville is invited to attend. The main items on the agenda will be com- pleting the planning for Grantville Day and hiring a new Director. The annual Grantville Day community festival will be held on Saturday, June 14, 2003 from 10 AM through 10 PM. The highlight of the day will occur at 1:00 PM when Caroline Carr will conduct re-enact- ments of the 1932 robbery of the Bank of Grantville and the 1949 Chicken Ihrnover. The schedule of the rest of the Grantville Day will be at the April meeting. Anyone having suggestions or volunteer to help can contact the of Grantville Day, Reenie Hardy at 3611 or normanl51@aol.com. The GBHT Executive posed of the four GBHT officers given the responsibility of findin to assume the post of GBHT Director, became vacant at the end of the resignation of Martine Collier tool0 A report on the progress of this be given at the April Troup Investigators Seek Help on Auto Troup County investiga- tors are asking for your help in locating the person(s) that entered several autos in the Heritage Hill Subdivision during the night of March .llth or early morning hours of March 12th. According to reports, four autos were entered .on Jefferson Place, two on Lincoln Lane and one auto on Independence Court with various items taken from each vehicle. Investigators also need your help in locating two females that stole a rack of firewood from the Moneyback Store on Hogansville Road. According to March 15th two females loaded a racial wood valued at pickup truck and paying. If you have any tion about these 0 crimes, you are asked] Crime Stoppers at 81l Check Expiration Date on Your Hunting Resources Division (WRD) reminds sportsmen and women to check their hunting and fishing license before heading out to the woods or the water this spring. Licenses purchased for the 2002-2003 season expire on March 31st. New licenses for the 2003-2004 season will be available beginning March 15th. New this year is a state and feder- al law that requires all license or permit purchasers to sup- ply their Social Security num- ber to receive any commer- cial, professional or recre- ational license hunting and fishin license sales agents I the state, includinl offices marinas and counters at most and K-Mart stores. Police Wish List Could Utilize $1 Continued From Page 1A "We need to get our police department up to par." The committee gave its tentative approval of the chief's proposed list but in time will need the complete council's approval. oIn other business, the public safety committee decided to let Spradlin keep the 1990 Ixus that was seized in a drug stop, recent- ly. The vehicle is worth approximately $7,000. The police department made about $1,000 in repairs on it and has been using it. Councilman Bobby Joe Frazier stated at the last council meeting that the city should sell the car, because it was seized property and the department didn't need that kind of vehicle in its f S tee his plan is to drive himself until his who is serving in the the department. Because no changed and no spent on the LexUS Spradlin will be able t the car without full approval.