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L : i"!.&apos; PAGE 10 ,I. HOGANSVlI HOME NEWS - MAY 17, 2001 1 m00tJ,! FULL-TIME POSITIONS available for highly motivated individuals. No experience necessary. We will train qual- ified applicants. Flexible hours, $500 Minimum weekly to start. Call Steven at (770) 252-1929. Established Company Expanding. Opening new offices monthly. Experience preferred but willing to train qualified individuals. $60- $8(1 per year. Call Steven for interview. 1-888-322- 1930. EOE Fines Handed Out... Continued From Page 1A charged with speeding 89/70, fined $115.00. Joseph Arthur Schell, speed- ing 49/35,fined $76.50. Anthony Clarke Spates, charged with driving while license suspended, fined $1,275.00 and 12 months proba- tion. George Travis Walker, pos- session of marijuana, fined $1,875.00, 10 days community service and 12 months probation. Also must submit to a random drug test. #1 19/41 & 101 Moreland Rd, (Next to Inete 770-412 6600 or Toll r 888-412-6800 i I*llay 18 m & 19 m (H)lay 20 m (1-5) The Oorilla! WIDE u 7 CLUB ACTIVITY- The Golden Olympics Golf Tournament was held at the Hogansville Golf Club on Monday, May 7th, and a fun- filled day was had by all par- ticipants. Atotal of 24 golfers enjoyed a meal prepared by the Hogansville Senior Center. Winners were Jerry Maxwell, Ken McKeney, Frank Billingsly, Don Hendrix, Guy Collier,  Frances Trimiloni, John Yost, Bob Knight, Perk Hammett, Tommy Thrower, Mary Ann Compton, June Sheppard. Congratulations to all winners and thanks to all who participated. Theft, Rocks, Cab Cause By Bryan Geter The Hogansville Police Department answered several calls last week including a theft by taking at the Waffle House located at 1615 Bass Road at 1-85. The incident occurred between 6 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. Nick Matthews told police he left $557 on the desk in the office and went to the register. Upon returning, she said the money was missing. Hogansville Police Investigator Guy Spradlin is working on the case as of presstime. Also, on May 11, Jessica S, Teasley of 877 Hines St. in LaGrange told police as she travelled along on Highway 54 West at Boozer Street she heard something hit her windshield, causing two small cracks. She couldn't provide any more information except the object appeared to be a rock. Thelisa Lichelle Williams said she prepaid $100 for a ride to Arthur Strin told police she gave him the wrong 10-15 miles farther and she still owed him Charlotte Road told police someone in a light pumped $12 of gasoline and left The incident occurred on Correctiort Information supplied by Recorders Court in an earlier edition + Hogansville Home News incorrectly I Welborn on a speeding charge. *Friday evening, police responded to a call at $76.50, was actually paid on April s to We regret the error 106 Askew St. in reference to a ubject refusing pay for a cab ride ..... Gospel .Revival Set for May llNew Beginning Full Gospel Church, 2600 Services will begin at 7 p.m.eac Hwy. 54, Harrisonville, will be in revival May with Judy Smith. 24-26. Come and join us if you can. vhere in Ihe huge PSC Wmss distance charges or roaming c}ges lev& Ptam from $19.99 a mordh Better plans. Better rates. E: tter coverage. Better hurry. '\\; \\; \\; \\; \\; 48-State Columbus Columbus LaGranp LaGmnoe . LaHtt Americus Newnan Auburn Opelika 3013 Manchester Expy, 3535 Macon Road West Ga. Commons Mall 134 Comraece ve. 421 Gitmer Ave. Marketplace Center 61 Bullsbr0 Dr Coloma+ Mall 3798 Peppere{+ Pkw (706) 326+1000 (706) 326-1000 (706) 812-1111 (706) 883+7200 (334) 644-2355 (912) 939-1000 <770) 502-8355 (334) 826-8555 (334! 749+2535 +4[ p/?n.S Sob c'Cl 0 cho+le w tt+out not ce ew ric oct vot co gu e. +Cetin ite areo, ore not Jt}CfU in this plan Other reStriCtiOnS moy 0 .<4e . q(7 e eess cs ! t t io r c n e   105 W Marion St. (912) 847-4111 n 205 N Ctmrcn St WIRELESS