Newspaper Archive of
The Hogansville Herald
Manchester, Georgia
May 15, 2003     The Hogansville Herald
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 2     (2 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
May 15, 2003

Newspaper Archive of The Hogansville Herald produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2022. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE 2-A HOGqS HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2003 Support Our Troops HARWELL, BROWN & HARWELL, P.C. 12 Jackson Street Newnan, Georgia 30263 (770) 251-1567 251-0800 Fax 251-0810 E-mail: gbrown@mail2.newnanutilities.org ATTORNEYS AT LAW Bankruptcy, Chapter 7 & 13 Social Security & S.S.I. M Gary W. Brown ARE YOU DESPERATELY LOOKING FOR A LOAN? WELL, GIVE US A CALL. DON'T LET BILL COLLECTORS DISTURB YOUR LIFE! DO SOMETHING ABOUT IT. HERE AT FRESH START OUR COMPANY IS BASED ON RESTORING HOPES AND BUILDING DREAMS. BAD CREDIT IS NOT A PROBLEM. FAST APPROVAL! NO APPLICATION FEES. TOLL FREE FRESH START FINANCIAL GROUP 1-866-227-7818 FRESH START, THE WAY TO REMAIN DEBT FREE CERTIFIED REAL ESTATE APPRAISERS LISTINGS AND SALES BROKERS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT oHOME RENTALS  401 EAST MAIN STREET HOGANSVILLE, GA 30230 EMMETT ASKEW 706-637-8999 FAX: 706-637-6688 RESIDENCE: 706-884-6367 Rewards Approvect For Tips The "lYoup County Crime Stoppers Board met Thursday night and approved three rewards totaling $200.00. The caller with the code number 6941 was approved for a $100.00 reward after he gave sheriff's deputies infor- mation that led to the arrest of one person on a warrant. The caller with the code number 6974 was approved for a $50.00 reward after giv- ing sheriff's deputies infor- mation concerning a person wanted on a warrant. The caller with the code 6988 was approved for a $50.00 reward after giving LaGrange Police informa- tion concerning a person driving on a suspended license. The approved callers should call Crime Stoppers again at 812-1000 tO receive information on how to collect their rewards. aervic 00Set For Friday LaGrange College will hold its Baccalaureate serv- ice this Friday at the First United Methodist Church on Broad Street in LaGrange. It will be at 5:30 p.m. "IT WORKS! The calls HARD-WORKING CREW- Volunteers at Hogansville Elementary School incll the following, left to right, Suzanne Doyle, Lisa Hewitt, Frances Robinson, Mr. Mrs. Bledsoe, Shelia Rowe and Mr. Aldrich. Reese W'ms State in 400 are coming ";kep in e runmng my ad." Janet Lawand CEO Roosevelt Place Can Your Business Afford to Not Advertise? To Place Your Ad Call: Laurie Lewis or Mike Hale (706) 846-3188 Callaway High School's Crystal Reese won the state championship in the 400meter run on May 10 in Albany. It was the second straight year that Reece won the 400- meters. Her time of of 58.939 sec- onds edged Crim's Brittney Woods, who finished in 59.237, to take second place. Reece also placed second in the 800-meter run with a i liiiii!iiiiiii!iii!ili i i li! time of 2:25.31. Georgia Kloss of Pace Academy took first in the 800- meter with a time of 2:10.25. The state meet was also good for Troup's Ashley cousin, who won two individ- ual medals while school's 400-meter team finish third. Cousin's 11. meter dash was for third in Clas In the 200-meter Cousin finished a time of 25.144. In the 400-meter ]Youp (48.212) was behind Dunwoody and Chamblee (48:064). Callaway 00,econd Seed in The Callaway Cavaliers which begin Friday. are seeded second from Region 4-AA for the state The ranking came after il baseball playoffs, meaning the Cavs defeated Jackson11- the Cavaliers will be for the 7 in the team's final regular first round of the playoffs, season game. Court Case00lnclude Variety ).,.  ....... , :.:.,., . ............. (second offense) and no proof Continued From Page 1A of insurance. He was fined 93/70 and failure to appear. David James Sticher was charged with speeding 46/35 Hogansville's Best Kept Secret ROGER'S BAR-B-fiE "'A Southern Tradition Since 1945" Men. - Fri., 11-9 Fri. & Sat., 11-10 Just off 1-85, Ext. 28 706-637-4100 Fax: 706-637-4114 DALLY LUNCH SPECIALS Home Cooked Vegetables Choice of Meat, 2 Vegetables Bread & Dessert, Only '495 Men. thru Fri., 11-2 DALLY SUPPER SPECIALS Men, thru Sat. 5-9 p.m. Do not wait to build your Dream Home. With Interest Rates being SO LOW, There is no better time than NOW. Homes are 100% Complete. Stick Built, Board by Board. 100% Financing Available* " On Your Land or In Our Communities -- Less Fhan Perfect Credit Welcome, Even Ch. 7 & 13 Bankruptcy " Over 25 Years Experience in West Georgia and East Alabama Design 1045 Proudly building in Georgia" Troup, Muscogee, Heard, Harris, Meriwether, Talbot and Pike. In Mbama: Russell, Lee and Chambers $4 18.49" Monthly Investment Click on www.danric.com 7"0 see some of our new home floorp/ans "418.49 Mo Investment is P*&I only based on SP of 69800, Call our New Home Specialists Sheila 706-883.3483 Angela 706-883-3475 Or 80 741-2512 Electric Provided By:  flivempowet $120.75 and sentenced to 12 months probation. Janice L. Stinson, wind- shield requirement, fined $89.50. Douglas J. Stinson, driv- ing while license suspend- ed/revoked, fined $939.50 and sentenced to 12 months pro- bation. David James Stitcher, speeding 60/35 (second offense), fined $89.50. Wayne Curtis Tadlock was fined $120.75 for speed- ing 86/70. GRAND JURY PRESENTMENTS STATE OF GEORGIA TROUP COUNTY TO THE HONORABLE ALLEN B. KEEBLE, JUDGE OF SUPERIOR COURT, COWETA JUDICIAL CIR- CUIT: We, the members of the Troup County Grand Jury drawn and sworn for the May 2003 Term, respectfully make the following presentments: We wish to express our appre- ciation to District Attorney Peter John Skandalakis and all who assisted him in the preparation and presen- tation of the cases brought before us for action. We commend the District Attorney and his staff for their professionalism and attention to detail. Their presentations were invaluable in making our decisions. Mr. Skandalakis informed us the the Child Endangerment Statute was defeated in our state legislature for the third year in a row. The Child Endangerment Statute provides options to prosecutors in this state to address serious incidents which place children at grave risk which are presently not covered under the Child Cruelty Statute. We were dis- appointed in this defeat, and we urge our local representatives to support this legislature in the future. We also would urge the citizens of Troup County to contact their elected rep- resentatives to support this legisla- tion as well. Georgia is the only state in the union not to have such a statute. We also wish to thank Mr Marion Carson, our bailiff, for his assistance. We commend law enforcement per- sonnel, who came before us, whose dedication to duty deserves our sup- port, encouragement, and sincere thanks.We are impressed with their demonstrated diligence and compe- tence. This Grand Jury would also like to extend our gratitude to the Honorable Judge Allen Keeble for his service and dedication to the judi- cial process. A special committee was l)aa-Ric ,me ['1 tllW, l Ic, :1 ;'ell Ic,.ltll.'] 30 YR Fixed Rate of 6% on your land only; Conventional Loan-100% Financing; All information herein subject to error, omission and/or change without notice. Justin Lee picked win for the cavs bishop and Mike had three hits. Mitch Johnson hits and a home run. of $120.75 forim Claude Kippy was fined $1,064.50 days community safety Frederick D. fined $15.00 for violation was fined $160.00 belt violation and appear. *Felicia was fined $339.50 tenced to 12 months tion for allowing censed person appointed to visit and Troup County Jail and met and exceeded all of tations. The Troup County Department is comm( efficiency of operation County Jail. Arnold Lesa E Foreperson: Arnold A. Upchurch Lesa F. Cleeveland, Clerk Katherine M. Filyew Isaiah Perdue, Jr. David M. Barrett, Jr. Larry T. McGhee Kathleen C. Gulley Deborah B. Lynch Angel R. Woodward Randall E. Burden Richard W. Roberteon Mary A. Shepherd Angela D. Echols Hines Whatley Gerald L. Sweet Enoch Dixon, Jr. Donna L. Arnold Ella P. Boddie Judith E. Spredlln W.L, Fenn Timothy H. Weiland Margaret O. Hurd Debra A. Boswell STATE OF GEORGIA TROUP COUNTY The within received in Open Court day of May, 2003. It is ordered that sentments be entered utes of the Superior part thereof, ommended. And it is so ordered, day of May, 2003. Allen Troup County, (5:s)