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April 29, 1999

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Page 2 - HOGANSVILLE IIERALD -.pm z:v, I uv Contributed Photo New officers of the TREA include Alonza Ransom - first vice president (programs), Cheris English - sec- retary, Dr. Larry Musick - president,Jean Crocker - second vice president (membership), and James E. Brown - treasurer. Mo re Pany Scenes Annie Jones and Napoleon Hines from Hogansville. HogansvUle Flamenco Dancer Sharon Destefano and Pedro Rueda from Atlanta. Celebration Host Ken Hammock. Wynette Cook from Hogansville. Photos Dan Stout Manachi Band opened retirement celebration. La Grange C llege Perf o rms 'Antigone' With uncannily apropos timing, the LaGrange College Theatre Arts Department wraps up its malnste season at Price Theater April 29- May 2 and May 6-8 with "Antigone", Sophocles' classic drama of war, its consequences and its dilemmas. The play opens in the war-torn city of Thebes, where Creon is the new ruler. Conflict is brewing between factions led by Antigone's brothers, sons of former ruler Oedipus. Eteoclus is a loyal warrior for Thebes; Polynices is an exile who has mtumcd to wage war upon the city. After both brothers are killed in the battle, Creon decrees that EteoClus shag be given a hero's glo- rious burial but that Polynices's body is to remain on the battlefield. The production will run April 29-May 2 and May 6-8. The Sunday performance will be at 2:30 p.m.; All other performances will begin at 7:30 p.m. Tickets ate on sale now at the Price Theater box office (812- 7213), open Monday through Friday from noon to5:30 p.m. Admission is $7 for adults and $4 for children and non-LaGrange College students. Group rates are avaialable. Retired Teachers Elect New New officers were installed at the April 22 rneefng of the Troup Retired Educators Association. Bette Jabley, first president of TREA, extended expressions of appreciation to Ellen Partridge, out- going president, who served the Association for. the past three years. During each of those years, TREA received recognition as a "Unit of Distinction." Jabley then conducted the Installation and dedication of leader- ship of officers serving May 1, 1999 through April 30, 2000. Larry Musick was installed as TREA president. Other officers are Alonza Ransom - first vice president (pro- grams), Jean Crocker and Mary Boswell - second vice presidents (membership), Cheris English - sec- retary, and Ed Brown - treasurer. Following lunch, the Association had a program of"Seasoned Talent": Alice Norris rendered a classical piano solo, and a medley of tunes from the Charleston Era on the dec- tmnic keyboard; Robert Young recited poetry, including works by William Shakespeare, Alfred Lord Tennyson, Henry W. Longfellow, John Donne, William Cullen, Bryant, Earnest Henley, and others; Mmha Christopher inal poems: "Do Foolish", and "My Mirror (for Pat Mills led a musical "Name That tune". In naming the tune, the scoreri sing a portion of teams were the "Frogs". The two teams tied scorn of 10-10. Private Moultrie graduates from Army School Army Pvt. Wtlliam C. Moultrie has graduated from the petroleum supply specialist course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, V'tvginia. The student received instruction in receipt, storage, issue, shipping, and distributioa of petroleum, oil and lubricant products used by the Army. Moultrie is the son of Shirley Moultrie of LaGrange, and W'tlliam Moultrie of Gay. His wife, Allyson, is the daughter of Tim and Angie Ledford of Hogansville. Moultrie graduated from "lioup High School in 1997. Kenneth D. Crabtree, Jr. (left) with the Georgia Transportation spoke to the Hogansville Kiwanis this week. area engineer for Troup, Meriwether, Heard and Coweta Alan Jones was program chairman. The Hogansville every Tuesday at 11:30 at Hogan's Heros. ,JlClr,.NE&BIHa TI lowing represents the Monthly Zoning Agenda of requests to be onsidared by the Troup Count & Planning Commission (BOZAPC) meeting on May 13, 1999, at 10:00 e.m. and the Troup County (BOC) meeting on May 18, 1999 at 9.'00 e.m. Both meetings will be held in the Commissioners Chambers located at Street, LaGmnge, GA. All wdtten end oral comments ere invited concerning this matter. For more information call AppslJants Nemo& 1) Bruce Green 2236 Bartiay Rd. LaGmnge, GA 30240 2) Crystal W'illkm'm County Line Church Rd. LaGrange, GA 30241 3) Emery Mallory 1605 Bartlay Rd. LaGrange, GA 30240 4) Brad Norns 294 Coflald FId. LaGrange, GA 30240 ) Lewis Johnson 2315 Stovall Rd. LaGrange, GA 30241 6) Elijah Turner 1037 Warner Rd. West Point, GA 31833 7) East Side Baptist Temple Billy Rowe, Owner 2648 Greenville Rd. LaGrange,,GA 30240 8) Phyllis Stewart 696 Corinth Rd. HogansviUe, GA 30230 9) Prima Sites 3056 N. Franklin Rd. LaGmnge, GA 30241 t0) Prime Sites Old Hutchinson Mill Rd. LaGrange, GA 30240 Board & Kmum 11) Replacement of manufactured home on 1 acre tract fronting on Bartlay Rd. To replace manulaured homo on 3.5 acres fronting on County Line Church Rd. BOZAPC May 13, 1999 I0.'00 A.M. May 13, .J 10.1)0 A.M. To place manufactured home on 58 acres fronting on Bartley Rd. BOZAPC May 13, 1999 10.'00 A.M. To place manufactured home on 3.7 acres fronting on Cofield Rd. To place manufactured home on 6.92 acres fronting on Stovall Rd. BOZAPC May 13, 1999 10:00 A.M. BOZ.APC May 13, 1999 10:00 A.M To place manufactured home on 4.91 acres fronting on Warner Rd. BOZAPC May 13, 1999 10.'00 A.M. To place modular building during construction of church on 5.8 aores fronting on Greenville Rd. near Towns Rd. BOZAPC May 13, 1999 10:00 A.M. To allow 50' variance from required 125' front yard setback for addition to residence BOZAPC May 13, 1999 10:00 A.M. To place general advertising sign BOZAPC on parcel fronting on N. Franklin Rd. ' 'May 13, 1999 10:00 AM. To allow 35' variance from " BozAPC required 35' sign height variance May 13, 1999 to place 2 general advertising signs 10:00 A.M. fronting on Old Hutchinson Mill Rd. .... Powertel, Inc. To place a 250' cellular tow BOZApC Burkes Chapel Rd. fronting on Burkes Chapel Rd. May 13, 1999 LaGrange, GA 30240 near Whitesvilla Rd. . I0.' A.M. ' May 18, 1999 9.=,.M L B"lt. 3) Charles MoCluro BredfId Rezone 16.6 sores from A-100 BOZAPC  James F. Bmclfleld to C-I00 for the construclon: May 13, 1999 1313 Vernon Rd, of a shop I0.0 A.M. er. 34 - . " ..... ,May ls, 1 .Rev. ] ..... 9:0o A.M.  fio 19: 1. UBDIVlSlON REVIEW .... .... ' t the t I) Lazy Creek Subdividon ' ........ !e.xt Rnel Plat . . ' - ' : Developer: Tommy Handson . ' .... : e Lots . ....... iv,,.,_ Connie Dr.ISindair Dr. : : . . - " "111t] Georgia Law requires that all padres who trove made cempeign conlribuons.to any member of the Troup County Commissioners in excess of two hundred fifty dollars ($250.00) win two (2) years immedlately .predl .ng.  filin, g shut.i the lollowing rezoning requelts, and who desire to appear at the public hearing in,0pPolRlon to rezonlng appllloflll L, fiVeDopautment () days or to the public hosting file campaign contribution repoa with itho Troup County Building. ,'unmg = sfie. invi 1) Frances Thornton Rezone 144.7 acres from A:IO0 BOZAPC " :d ill 802 Bum Cross Rd. to C-100 for future development ' " ' : May13, 1999 Hogansville, GA 30230 fronting on Interstate 85 ,, 10: A.M.  drew 18, 1 e ," "'' " :' '9:00AM. 2) Willku'n A. Harper Rezone 1 acre parcel from k;100 BOZAPC t sw( 353OIdRoenokeRd. to A-100 for the placement of ,. . ,May 13, 1999 LaGrenge, GA 30240 manufactured home fronng 10.'00 A.M. n ever on Old Roanoke Rd. . , AND "BOC "