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April 18, 2002

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I)AGE 2-A HOGANSVIIA_.E Holm NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 18, 2002 iV, an Who Attacked Car Sought By Brian Geter The Hogansville Police t)epartment issued warrants for the arrest of Christopher B. Sanders, 17, of 207W. Main Street on Sunday. Sanders is wanted for criminal damage (2nd degree) and obstruction of officers. Tiffany C. Cameron, 26, of 207 W. Main Street told police that she was leaving he. residence around 7:25 a.m., as she left, she slammed the door. She said Chris Sanders came out of the house and tried to catch her. Cameron said that Sanders was angry. After failing to catch her, she said Sanders took the keys from the car, got a hammer and started hitting the win- dows. Cameron said she got someone to take her to a phone to call the pohce. Police reported upon arrival, every window and Regenia and Arnold Andrews of Small Engine City and Marine in LaGrange, (706) 884-0156. mirror on Cameron's car Street told police someone(s) were broken and all four tires took some items that was were flat.  underthecarportofthehouse Police reports state thal-she just purchase. after searching for Cameron, "- She stated everything they returned to 207 W. Main wouldn't fix into her house Street and found Sanders in due to renovations. the house. She stated the boxes were When he was told that he put there on April 10 and the was under an arrest, police boxes were missing on April stated he ran across IV. Main 11. Street to Boozer Street and Items missing included a then across to Elm Street and computer monitor, hard- back to Boozer. , drive, keyboard, printer, two In other police news, portable CD players, 7 or 8 CeliaBriggs, of 801East Main boxes of movies(VHS) and approximately 30 CD's. She said the printer val- ued at $400; 30 CD's approx- imately $540; and VHS Just ask Arnold and movies approximate value is Regenia Andrews of $2,500. The incident is under Small Engine City and investigation. Marine in LaGrange. Lacey Pollard, employee "We have been at Shell Mart located at Hwy 54 and 1-85 reported someone advertising in this in a gold van pumped $10 newspaper for the worth of gasoline and drove off without paying. enti re year," said The vehicle was last scene Regina. "Ze've seen going west on Hwy 54. A our business increase check of the area was con- ducted dth negative results. and when we k Our customers, they tell us they saw our ad. Advertising in this newspaper has really helped our business  grow. Reduced to: f" $10900 VAN'S HARDWARE & Farm Supply 61 IMuWtzl 11., Hogalle (706) =7-6263 their plan. our plan. 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Promolii,nal phone ma) a. ()the*: fees, laxc aim fcslticlions ma 3 apply. See st ieor dlaa ? MORE SIGNS OF SPRING - This beautiful the yard of John and Jackie White. It has four with two buds to open. ,';wing Concert Will s,00&eelchair Sports The West Georgia Wolverines Adapted Sports sponsoring an evening of "Swing" music to raise their programs of soccer, basketball, and track Anyone who likes the music of the Dorsey brothers Goodman will enjoy the sounds of the They will be playing at Mountain View on Friday, April 26th, from 8:00 until 10:00 p.m. This is not just a concert. There will be plenty floor for those who know that "'the swing is the thin are $10.00 each and include light refreshments. You can purchase tickets from any Wolverine or ( or Tracie Thompson in Hogansville at 882-4909 to tickets. The Wheelchair team is counting on you to raise the money needed for equipment for next us and have some fun, too! FDR Gave Cleland By Paul McCorvey : President FranklY" Delano Roosevelt gave America hope - what it need- ed most when it needed it most - United States Senator Max Cleland told a crowd of 400 gathered on the front lawn of the Little White House to pay tribute on the 57th anniversary of Roosevelt's death on April 12, 1945. "Any politician can make a speech, but onlyone who had been brought to his knees could help a country get up off its knees," Cleland said. Cleland said Roosevelt had once said that fie had. always held to the hope, the belief, and the conviction there is a better life. a better world, beyond the horizon. "And he gave that hope to mil- lions." Cleland said. Cleland, who grew up in Lithonia, is honorary co- chair with Anne Cox Chambers of a $6 million cap- ital campaign to build a new museum and visitor center at the Little White House. The current museum site was originally intended to be liv- ing quarters, and the exhibits were last updated in the 1970s. To provide a more meaningful experience for visitors, the new museum 511 BY INSPIRED - Cleland thrilled of 400. - feature a auditorium ing FDR's im the United States, world, and greater bilitT for elderh visitors. At lion has been new museum. Slate  hope to raise the $1.75 million by Cleland Mrs. Chambers derful connection to legacy since- her James M. Cox, dent in 1920 as his ning mate. um project will memorate FDR'S nence, but -iil Georgia's role museum is we all need here/ When your loved suffers from Alzheimer they need special Roosevelt Place t specialized Atzh( wing offers them the v( best in care w providing you with pe,' of mind We also adult Day Care Weekly care. Ask About Our Financial Assistance Assisted Living With A Specialized Alzheimer Win Call for information 706-655-2588 Warm Springs, Georgia 12 miles to Callaway Gardens, l mile to Little White House & Warm Springs