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Cameron of 3094 of the Springfield Baptist Church around Low Blow! Earnhardt Photo By Bryan Geter The Hogansville Police Department, headed by Chief Hilton Odom, answered several burglary calls this past week. Among items taken in one bur- glary was a Dale dt photo. Carol Huckabee of 105 Marshall St. told police someone entered her residence through a front window on Friday and took a large Dale Earnhardt photo- graph, grocery items, canned foods and frozen foods with an estimated value of $200. Postell he owns at 118 Commerce St. between Thursday evening and Friday morning, May 3 - 4. Items taken from the building include a 30" TV set, a drill, a barbecue grill and $10 in cash. MARY L HILL reported to police that someone removed the expiration portion of her tag from her car. She stated the last time she saw the tag was on April 29. Alisia Jones, an employee at Shell Mart, told police a white male pumped $19 worth of gaso- line and drov, off' toward 85 payhlg for it. Jones sal the man wa driving a si] vet I 9" Crusier with Florida plate.i *Polic, officers Hilton Odom that had repolled mis ing as they patrolled an area wher homes had been disomnected. wih ,lemdfe told police she was awa not to receive services but ed a "friend" moved the meter. According to the re approxJmately $18 worth of sm vices were stolen. *A home at 203 Baugh Aw Appeared to have been pilferei by a burglar on Sunday as er drawers were opened, dow was left opened with blind in disarray and a stereo s had been moved. The incident remains investigation. butnoCiced were a car with the off.-The hid until  area. pJn., Reeves reported a police. Reeves was arguing with police that Allen ear when she her, then door and kicked  on the left side II =. . .---- MAKING -   School fund rinser for the Accelerated Reader program called 'Quarters f Quizzes was 1 and fun. Enjoying the fun are Cristen , Amber Freeman, Carman Wtlus,  Costley and Kylle Vennoer. II I I!l I i I III n iiiiml iii, - hill I ' IIII II I I II'I 'fimlllill ........ III IINP II ...... A for Utility Cutoff of Month " ty Council for disconnec- utilities back to the each month during its unusually harsh COuncilman Jimmy his fellow to temporari- the cutoff date to the L to allow home- also adopted a :Mayas momh. states that has :ome local media, citi- County and the Hogansville and help solve crimes behind bars. Troup County County for six years. Citizens, with tips on crimes, can call 812-1000. If the tips lead to an arrest or conC'u:fion of crim- inal offenders, a reward of up to t$1,O00 cou_ld be given. The council appointed Charlie Frank Martin to serve on the Hogansville Development Authority and Andy Sharp to serve on the Hogansville Planning Commission. Elaine Carr of the Pilot Club asked the council to provide land for a playground the club would like to ct Mayor Wilson St. Clair and Couacilmember Peggy Harris were both excited about the City Manager David Aldrich said there are two or three pieces of properties that would make good locations for such a projecL SeverJ councilmembers agreed the old swimming pool location on Johnson Street would be a good site for the project- Clair suced the city w= wig- mg to comerate on the project. By  Robmon THE BOOKSTIERS - Tiffany Courtney and Steohanie Courtney read dudng Hogansville Eles =Family Reading N'u' held last week. The hic hh r acclaimed prograrn builds family bonds while encouraging kids to develop good reading  ha. IHII IIIIII I I II I III IIII I II II]11111111 III I][ I TI II [fli II!1 I ]11[!1  .......... ................ " -- WesTex Gets Owners By Bryan Geter ers for one of Hogansville biggest employers. WesTex, Inc. was recentl purchased by an investme group, Hogansville Ac, Corp. The group is comprised Doug Kingsmore, Mark Daniels and Rod Grandy, all Greenve, S.C.. Kingsmore has been chairman of the board Daniels was named chief executive officer: Doug Wessir;ger will ue as director of manufacturin Patrick Hudson is the tor of les and marketing Wessinger said the plant w be renamed m the next few WesTex employs 170 peop and makes industrial fabrics conveyor belts.