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April 4, 2002

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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 4, 2002 Troup Supports Our Troops! Thursday-Saturday 10 am. to 6 p.m. 4254 Roosevelt Hwy. Manchemr - Warm Springs H. (706) 655-2446 FLO'S Home Decor $45.00 to $56.50 G' Ctaqtmtes Atiloble * LAYAWAYS AVAILABLE Concert to Benefit Teat Columbus, will be performing to bene- fit the Wolverines in their wheelchair soccer, basketball, and track and field programs. Tickets are on sale now from any member for only $10.00. You can also The West Georgia Wolverines Adapted Sports Team presents the Columbus Cavaliers Orchestra on Friday, April 26th at Iountain View Elementary School. Th_7,well-knon,- local area group, headquered in call Alan or Tracie Thompson,  ".*" _JIOCla of Wolverine Tyler Thomp_ . blcla Hogansville at 882-4909 to o , . eJS me ets. The Wolverines are dep t Jile lq yOU to help them keep their wlaeai: _ arefl rolling. /ocia' Outdoor Burning Ban Resumes Here The Georgia Forestry Commission announced recently that the open burn- ing ban will take effect on May 1 and continue through September 30. The ban covers the orginia113 coun- ties that comprise the Atlanta Qzone Non-attainment Area and 32 additional counties including Troup and Meriwether as well as Coweta and Heard. Types of burning banned include leaves, tree limbs or other yard wastes, burning over of forestland and l of vegetative waste from Troup, Meriwether and allow F For more information, call forestry commission in ,NNECT UP TO 4 TVs FOR ONLY '49." OIG HMIE PLAH FIWM mm Nk'lWO One-time $49.99 Activation Fee America's Top 150, our best 3 months of Digl Home Plan FREE" programming package Free Standard Pnsstonal Installation Only $5099/mo. for a 2-receiver plan Vi  Ctl C411td, 1SJity NumbS, 12-rroth  m Ctm maa. STE TOLL FREE: 800.988.9882 www.RandRsys.com Oli K other cellular phone companies might do this: nationwide roamtng and this" long distance and maybe this: unlimited nights and weekends but they won't do it for this: S + i( ; Right now you can get nationwide roaming and nationwide long distancePkUS unlimited nights and weekends for as little as $25. : And our nights start at 7:00 p.m. not 9:00 p.m. like someother companies.. Now who else is going to do that? A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Company Listed on the New brk Stock Exchange - symt PR Uldlltted lighls  ,,telcnds fret fee one ycla" o N.ahonaJ 01 plar oly. bghtt,,eckelad mitmtes valid ha Fa Covcr' Area_ Other fees, taxes, and resctiom may apply. See stores for details. ::i!  By NEW RESTAURANT - Hogansville has a new restaurant in town. Julia's Cafe is now open on Hwy 29 S in the old Cato's building. Pictured above Mullins (R), owner, and Elaine Reese serving up another plate of good hornecooked fixins'. NEW STORE - Stop of Hogansville, at30ONHwy with full service  much more, The Tommy Bradley. left are Kenneth Sharon Burgos, waiting to serve the of Hogansville. photo: Rex the boxer a regular at the store. / Floral Designer / General Laborem - (eaw Lng) cs-(w/ Exp.) ,/Production Workers (all shifts) ,/CSR - (Excellel Phone Skills) e' Sales - (inside) / Admin. Position - (Accounting Exp.) 10 Winn Dixie Drive Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resumes 770-252-2421 www.chasestaffing.com Garden Tour The Coweta County Master Gardener Association is sponsoring its first annual spring tour of five of the most beautiful gar- dens in Newnan. The gardens were created at the homes of local Master Gardeners and will be open to the general public on May 4. Each garden follows a dif- ferent theme: Wonderful Woodland Garden, English Garden Flair, Enchanting Japanese Gardens, Historic District Charm, ,and Tough Plants for Tough Places. The owners and other Master Gardeners will be on hand to answer questions. Maps of the gardens will be provided for self-guided tours at your 9:00 a.m to 2:00 are $10.00 per must be advance. Tickets go on at the Coweta Extension Service, Gardens F and Abercrombie's The proceeds tour will help Master Association. is a volunteer which promotes programs and educational and tion projects. For details, Coweta County Office NO L"t. r.ak 1 Din', 3 0 V-8, . tit sff (am: Aula, V-8, Leather, t-tol, A p '01 Honda A(cd DRIVE HOME TODAY IN A UALITY VEHICLE FROM... 220 Temple Ave., Newnan 70-251-7283 .o. ,., Sat.