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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 2002 ; ,upport Our Troops 1071 E. Main St. Hogansville 706-637-5900 A,"  Carry Out Dine in FRFE DELIVERY (Limited Area) Br@akfast 6-10:30 a.m. Men. - Sat. Lunch 10:30 a.m. - 2 p.m. Mort. - Fri. Dinner 5-9 p.m. Fri. & Sat Special in Catfish & Steaks [ [ Homemade Sausage 3lb. bag $6 299 Commerce Ave., US HWY. 29 (OLD WAL-MART BLDG.) LaGrange, GA (706) 884-2500 (00eorgia's Biggest Pike Still Seeks City Sewer Line By Bryan Geter For the second time in as many months, Thomas Pike addressed the council Monday evening asking them to put in a sewer line on his property on Winslett Drive. Pike said he thinks it is the city's responsibility to make sure sewer lines are available for its residents. "I've been building hous- es in Hogansville since 1972)' Pike said,"and I have always been able to get sewer and water." I think all people should be treated fairly, he added. Pike said he called three different cities to see who is responsible for the sewer lines. "Each one said it is the city's responsibility," he stat- ed. Mayor Wilson St. Clair said the city could run the line to Wilkes street or get a pump for the se'tice, but the most sensible way Would be to go through the Campbell prop- erty. City Manager David Aldrich and Councilman Jimmy Jackson both said they had talked to the Campbells and they're not going to give an easement. Councilman Bobby Joe Frazier said he would talk to the family and get back with the council. Councilman Charlie Frank Martin said he was thinking about the cost to install the lines and it would be too expensive for the cit}: Councilman Jack Leidner said he thought the project would be too expensive for the city to encounter. Pike said he didn't think the city should spend $8,000- $10,000 for the sewer lines. The consideration was tabled until Frazier could talk with the Campbells about an easement. 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By Bryan Geter The Hogansville police were busy over the weekend with criminal trepass and simple battery cases. According to reports, police were called on Saturday night to 302 Brooks Rood in reference to a fight. Upon arrival, police talked with Shamekia Beasley, who stated a family friend, Jerry Rosser, was intoxicated and started argu- ing with her. Reports state that Rosser became angry with Beasley, who is eight months preg- nant, and punched her in the stomach. Beasley was transported to the West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange for observation after complain- ing with stomach pains. The clse is still under investigation. *In another case that occurred on June 1 at 2 a.m., Jackie Denise Gates of 215 Hwy 29 told police that she went to 402 W. Main Street to Upon arrival, Dunson of same came to the door "cussing" her. At some Gates said, her upon her face. procedures were Police reports Gates went back to W. Main Street started to leave, Glanton came out duplex next door and told you I would struck Gates in the with an Warrant were advised. *Alvin Gates of Main Street came to police department in ence to a woman around his house. Reports said he didn't want woman, Emma Lou around He told police that a rock into the a window. June 6 Chris Arnold, Faye Hobbs, Joseph Thomas, Megan Seymour, Steven A. Messer, Jr., Johnny Moore, Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Brock, anniversary. June7 Jan Wade, Laura Dorrough, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Marshall, anniver- sary. June8 Beulah Stemmler. Dee Dee Barber, Randy Huckabee, Jessica Geter, Mike Purgason, Cloey Montgomery, Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Strickland, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sims, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Crawford, and Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Sims, anniversary. June9 Kameron Lockard, Alan Johnson, Amelia Chapman, Ashley Smith, Katherine Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Purgason, anniversary. June 10 Joey Duffey, Ken Hammock, Libby Griffith, Tamie Neese, Mr. and Mrs. David Cash, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Askew, June ll Megan Duffey, Faulkner, Mr. and Charles Lee, June 12 Amy Pike Clew Griffith, and Mr. William Watson, St., sary. By BIRTHDAY MAN - Purgason has a smile. He turned 80 young (Wednesday). Place your ad in the i Hogansv II Home Ne Today! (706) 846-3188