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PAGE 2A-HodANSVmLE HOME NEWS - MAY 25, 2000 City Court Hands Out "Career Opportunity - Not Just Another Job" Davenport Machine Operators Experienced or Will Train Groov-Pin Corp., a leader in the manufacturer of specialty fasteners has entry level openings in our Davenport Screw Machine Department. Duties would include working in a team environment, learning to load raw material and check products. The ideal candidate would possess strong mechanical skills, have a high school diplo- ma or GED, and be able to work any shift. Starting salary is $8.00/hr. with a 90 day probation period. Benefits after probation include, vacation/sick pay, t 1 holidays, health and dental plan, 401 k, and monthly Incentive plan that has averaged $80.00 to $100.00, depending on plant wide operating results. It you successfully prove your mechanical abilities you may be eligible to move to machine operator 'lrainee" status with a salary increase up to $10.00/hr. Please apply at (days or evenings) or send resume to: Groov-Pin Coq0. Scott Bunn, Plant Manager Shenandoah Industrial Park 39 Herring Rd. Newnan, GA 30265 Fax: (770) 251-7626 HAVE YOU BEEN DENIED AUTO LOANS DUE TO YOUR PAST CREDIT HISTORY. 7 GOOD CREDIT, BAD CREDIT, NO CREDIT ?! ? CALL TODAY for a quick over the phone qualification. 706-652-1259 1-888-724-2277 TOLL FREE The following cases were disposed of recently in City of Hogansville Recorder's Court: • Willie George Brown, fail- ure to stop for a stop sign, fined $7650; • Laura K Clack, failure to stop for a stop sign, failure to appear, fined $221.50; • Christopher L. Crawley, disorderly conduct, continued until June 8; • Shannon D. Crawley, disor- derly conduct, continued until June 8; *Sharika S. Garrett, speed- ing 75155, fined $150; • Kevin Lamar Hines, theft by shoplifting, fined $1,275, 12 months probation, and banned from Rite Aid plus 20 days com- munity service; • Wanda Yvette Holloway, noise ordinance violation, fined $76.50; • Franklin Glenn Jones, theft by shoplifting, bound over to State Court; • James Michael Keith, expired trailer tag, fined $150; no tire flap, fined $76.50; • Edward L. Kinard, improp- er backing, fined $220; • Daniel Steven Langley, public intoxication, fined $415, five days community service, and six months probation; • Rachel Sims Manis, speed- ing 59/35, continued until June 8; • Marcus Andrew Diamond, no record of duty status, failure to appear, license suspended; • Palka Marek, disregarding a stop sign, continued until June 8; • Teresa Kay North, improp- er or no tag, fined $91.50; • Adam Gregory Pike, fail- ure to yield right of way, fined $76.50; • Michael John Ray, public intoxication, forfeited bond, bench warrant issued; • Rabble Ray Robinson, driv- ing with a suspended license, fined $1,275; • Preston Scott Sears, expired license plate, fined $150; • Theron Benjamin Sears, Jr., no license plate, fined $150; *Grady Simpson, Jr., driv- ing the wrong way on a one way street, fined $76.50; *Jody Dale Smith, no tag, fined $76.50; -Wilbur Kirk Smith, expired THE CORINTH BAPTIST CHURCH in the Corinth community will have a big gospel singing Saturday night beginning at 7 p.m. The featured singers will be the Christianairs (pictured above), the Good News Trio, Crimson and the Heavenly Strings all of LaGrange. 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V.G.C.S.A. under one fined $1,875, 12 tion, 10 days ice. • Kenneth A. without a license wrong side of the tive equipment, bound( State Court. B Dog Continued From Page 1A dealers and his paid for by the same handler, Deputy Kaleb ] recently completed an sive training "Lazer was ori by the Army to tiaUy was nition," Turner Arm find which rounds those contaminants trained Lazer. He, as of fact, is the only tified by the US ArmY form ammunition That's a high honor Lazer." While Turner says has a tool bomb threats, he says that Lazer never finds explosives. "If we ask him to thing he will. But we never comes down Turner added. "Lazer is  to find just about any device, trigger or being used. If it's there, find it." Lazer will be used sively as a canine. He joins second canine Troup County Sheriff's Deacon is being used investigators to drugs One of these, can get you on the to success. • Inspection • Mechanic • Production • Welders • Wiring • Conduit • Industrial Painters • CNS Macle • Auto Cad • Electricians • Forklift Drivers • Administrative • Receptionist • Plant Maintenance • CDL - Class A • Route Drivers • Merchandisers * Concrete Finishers ; • General Laborers • Executive Secremry/Btt ' • Construction Chase 20 Baker Rd. Ste. Newnan, GA (770)