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P" GE 2-A HOGANS\ 1LLE H()ME Nim's - TIIURSDAY, APRIL 1, 2004 Saut 'n 7 d/e'e Fried Chicken 105 South Hwv. 29, Hogansvillc, (G--S-t}" NEW HouRs BEGINNING APRIl. ~i: Sun. 11-3 • Mort.- Wed, 10:30-6 • Thurs.- Salt. I0:30 -8 Chicken • Livers • Gizzards ° Catfish • Whiting Hot Wings I i, i i puouuIMae B CHEVRO 1079 E. Main St. (I-85, Exit 20] - Hogansville 706-637-9001 - Open 24-Hours! 12-Paclt Can COKE COk0 Products 2/s5" Kool Cigarettes s24- Per Carton ,~: $~215 : e =7 Marlboro Cigarettes S299 Per Pack Budweiser & Bud Lite $519 6-Pk. Cans or bottlos Total Liquidation! Design #1977 f6; o%i 7 : .47i ..... • Start the Brand New Year in a Bland New Home- on your land or in our co~nun'ities. • Homes are 100% Complete. Stick Built, Board by Board. ',. • Backed by 30 years experience in the New Home building industr,, & a lff'~ear i.imited Warranty from the nationall)recognized Residential Warrant) (orpomuc n. • 100% financing is Available. " BUILDERPAYS CLOSEN'G COSTS. FREE PRE-QI_ALtFICATION. NO APPLICATION FEES. (,0~' NiTtDENTIM . • Less than Perfect Credit is welcome. E~en Cii. •, 7 & Ch. 14 Bankruptcy. Makey0ur Tax Refund last a lifetime. Invest in a New Home, I)a,-Ihr lhm~es Cli~k on www.danric.com / tO See SoHIe (~[ Ol1! lh%\ Ji~qliff fl.orpl~m~ Call our Certified New Home Specialists Today. Angela 706-883-3475 0, 800-741-2512 Ev. 204 r ,- 0 706-883-3483 0f 800-;41-gal,. Ext. 205 By Clint Claybcook CUT THE CLUTTER - The idle grass cutters around Victor Dotson% mower repair shop have come under scrutiny. Cleanup Effort Underwcry Continued From Page 1A building's entrance. And the building has no working public restrooms: They appeared to have been stripped of their plumbing facilities years ago, and Jordan contends that since I)otson is *'operating a busi- ness with public access, not having restrooms for the pub- lic is against the law." A little shack across Highway 29, next to the rail- road tracks in the heart of downtown was recently demolished by city workers and Jordan hopes to see the , Did Greene Oil building go the same way unless the owners undertake a major rebuild- :rag job. Another recent citation I for violation of the city's nui- ,mnce ordinance offered ;ome proof that the city's get- t ough policy aimed at ridding togansville of eyesores and u nsafe structures is working, ,! ordan said. On March 26 as he and a p olice officer attempted to s erve a citation for violation o Fthe city's refuse/nuisance o rdinance on a man living at 1 25 1/2 Granite St., the occu- p ant attempted to run away fl )r the officeL Jordan said. After the fleeing man was s~:opped and the citation against Jimmy Clark 'was issued, the occupant explained why he attempted to run away: "I knew we had a new city manager and he was cleaning up the town and (the owner) was going to get in trouble," Jordan said he was told. "'I told (the owner) to get the junk cleaned up in 24 hours or he would be arrest- ed." The threat obviously worked: A pile of 35 use car tires has apparenlly been removed and there kave been other obvious efforts to clean up the property at that address. Jordan hopes others will get the message, and it appears to be working: The owner of an old. run-down laundromat in the Mill Village that was r ecently con- demned has been working to get debris arotmd that facili- ty hauled away and the owner is making other efforts to clean it up. He has said he hopes to renovate the laun- dromat and convert it into a convenience store, Jordan said. Other attempts to bring buildings into compliance with the city's, building codes: Four new houses in a little subdivision on Collier Street are sitting vacant. l pps Opposes Gay Unions CI antinued From Page 1A re ,sident, must be 16 years oz" ol der, or have parental con- se,nt if younger; be of the ~*~- (grandparents and gz "andchildren, parents and ct fildren, siblings and half- si; blings can not marry, but ffl "st cousins can). The present state taw also al lows pregnant girls under 16, or those who have already gi. ven birth to a child, to In, arty. Under the current Georgia S,tate code, which was adopted in 1981, the exchanging of vows between same sexes couples is out- lawed. Furthermore, the was enhanced the Defense of Marriage Act of 1996 to include that Georgia would not recognize same sex mar- riages I:'rom other states. "I do not support Gay Marriage," Epps asserted. "I am in complete support of Georgia's present state law passed in 1981 that prohibits same sex marriages." BRAD YA FES, OWNER mu i Azalea Day Festival April 3 & 4, 2004 At Butts Mill Farm Butt Mill Farm Road Just OFF HWY 27 p"~ Inc Mountain. GA • llugc Azalea Sho~, & Sale and Plant Fair (lhmdrcds of z~al.cas and Other PlantO 200+ Exhibitors -Art< Ci-afl< laxvn & Garden, Antique< Spec;,alily Iten>, and more... • Kid.~ Attractions. E|Hertainment lot All Ages • Greal Counhy Cooking & Festival Foods • Exhibitors from Across the Entire World!!! r your La~ & (;arden. \dmis.~ion - 65 Adal[, ~, (kid.-~ 3 and under- Bee) Dir cctio~ - 70e-c