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! )~(;l;: 2-A , 1 J i HOGANSVILI.E HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 8, 2004 Support Our Troops Hogansville Man With Obstruction of Hudson Farm " ..~ ~ "~ -.BY CLINT CLAYBROOK A Hogansville man who 7~~/,~, ~~~'~, ~'~-~ G~4~jx''" fled withtwo other suspects but was recognized when police looking for drugs ~~~'~, ~~" b ~I~,~9 b "~~ "~t~"~ served asearchwarranton charged with possession of a residence at 107 Burden St. crack cocaine with intent to on June 24 was subsequent- distribute and possession of ALL ARE RIPE AND READY TO GO! lya~restedandc~g~ ~ss~onoounceofm~- obstruction of justice, juana. You Pick or We according toapolicereport. He wasarrestedatthat Carlton Lanier Smith, 33, address when police served of 500 Oak St. was recognizeda search warrant at the resi- NOW OPEN! by officers who served the dence about midnight. 8:00 a.m. to S:30 p.m. search warrant at about 9 Three citations for driv- p.m.,accordingtothatreport, ing under the influence and Located on GA Hwy 173 between In other recent police other charges were issued by activity: officers in recent days. VCoodbury, ~rarm Springs, and Manchester -Randy Deon Sewell, 20, Marvin Oatis Beasley, 45, Follow The Signs To Hudson Farm of 501 west Boyd Road, was of 639 West Main St. wastick- arrested on June 24 and eted on July 26 for DUI, aseat ~i~706-846-5658 Celebration Enjoyed | | wemade a ok Continued From Page 1A up Main St. to the park we remarked at how much wider ing to enhance the memorial the sidewalks seem now. to those who have given their Cold water and water- lives for our freedom, melon, compliments of D Pulling wagons and push- Roger's BBQ and Clemens & ing a doll stroller in the patti- Company, awaited us and was eric colors of our country, the much appreciated after our entourage walked up Main St. walk. to the school and back to the And where there is water- park. Some of us took the "per- melon, there are seeds, and Columbus, GA Police & Crime Stoppers fect mile" round trip walking that caUed for a seed spitting Io ki g [o i Fo ti th route from the park down contest. I am proud to say I ore o n . r n rmo on on e Johnson St., where we could am the first winner in the admire the new Stark Mill adult category for what I am murder of Kirby Smith, Owner / Village Playground at Keith sure will be an annual event. St. Tony Stnblin had marked We declared that"GirLs Rule" Op f Ki by's 5pe d Shop gi by off thismiletrailandsever- when the children'scontest eratoro r e . r al walking routes around 1st and 2nd place titles went fo d shot d th town to encourage us to be to a couple of girls as well. wos un to eo on more active. Walking back Consider this a challenge to towards town on College we you all for next year as I know March 8, 2004 at his shop located at beinggt t see first hand the wrkdone on thelast ofthe I will be there again to defendmy rifle, belt violation and havin insurance, a report shows. And two other personst were also ticketed whea~ stopped by police at a sobri-F ety checkpoint at Highway 100 and Highway 54, a~ ing to another police report Curtis Leon Murray, 25 of 754 Callaway Road wal ticketed for DUI and drivi~~ while his license was suS, pended and Carl WiUiaal ! Colton, 40, of 109 Cousins ! Road in Greenville was sep arately ticketed for DUI and driving while his license was suspended. Daniel Kusiak, 33, of 207 Frederick St., reported 0 July I that a bicycle was stolen by persons unknoWP~ from his front yard. By Lynne C. Cu;lllll DOG DAYS OF SUM- MER - It can (jet pretty hot in West Central Georgia | during July, especially if / your ancestors originallY came from Labrador. / Local pooch Molly was enjoying a game of bas- ke~all when the heat finally got to her and the contents of the ice cooler gotto be too tempting. Her owner, Caroline Carlisle, TEACHERS.I.I.I! (MUST HAVE AN AA DEGREE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION) TEACHER ASSISTANTS & CAREGIVER II (MUST HAVE A DIPLOMA IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION) EDUCATION SPECIALIST ,~6 (MUST HAVE A BA DEGREE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION) "94 Toyota WEATHERIZATION MANAGER ,~ Pontiac S 300 Down "95 Buick Roadmaster - $3,995 - $500 Down (HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA AND THREE YEARS Of CONSTRUCTION OR ENER- "97 Saturn, Sunroof, Leather - $4,995 - $700 Down GY CONSERVATION EXPERIENCE REQUIRED) "96 Ford Explorer, Auto, 2Door - $4,995 - $1,OOO Down "94 Mazda Navajo, Auto - $3,995 - $800 Down SeniorCommunity Services ,~4 Jeep Cherokee, Auto- $3,995- $500 Down P"00 Chevy S-10 Pickup - $4,995 - $800 Down tm Ioyment Program Bring Your Check Stub For Prom Ill Incomel Applications accepted for Troup, Coweta, Carroll and Meriwether Counties PLEASE BRING A COPY OF YOUR HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA 1101 Whltesvlllo Street LaiDIrange AND A COPY OF YOUR DEGREE 70 6.8 37.4AB0 0 t r i H H, i m i i i ,,H Htl When: friday, July 9th Shanan Smith, Owner Where: Comity Action For Improvement, Ira. 1380 LaFayette Parkway ~3ra~e, GA Time: 10:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. , OPEN POSITIONS SALE , , JOBS! JOBS!! JOBS! JOBS.I! lin Col b GA. could admire the new faceliftsidewalk renovation. We At the end of the festivi- 1438 Jacque e Drive, um us, ,ie~,.~,~ada~,,~,- our town is getting. Some of ing of love for our country, If you have the old buildings that had ourGod, and our wonderful been an eyesore are gone and little town that we call home. the renovation of the depot And we left with ideas to can now tell her friends, brings new excitement at the make next year's celebration "1 have a real ice akx2." f l]o possibilities that lie ~d for even better, so don't miss it, n ormation ca . Open House Plannedfor This Sunday 706-653-3188 or intime, been under way practically Continued From Page 1A One of the best things all summer and most of the were so enchanted when they about it is that when the doors computers, student desks and 706 225 4292 = == visited the new school a few open for the first students, other essentially are in the weeks hack, that they actual- that will mean that the Troup building; Whatley said a ly had tears in their eyes dur- County School System has major concern is getting all Offe ~J inga walk through of the gotten rid of some 18 "house the library books into theft Reward re soon-to-open $16.1 million trailers" that were being used shelves in time for Sunday's facility, as classrooms on the ceremony. " ! Rv The Children "~ ~n~ with good reason: It Callaway High School cam- There is a sparkling neW| ,~,F= is one impressive building, pus, said Principal Tom computerlabandaroboties| Kirby Smith Kirby Smith. and ff there was any sparing Whatley, who has been the lab;afootballfield, multipur-I of detail, it surely doesn't Middle School principal for pose sports fields and a neW] show: The building literally eight years; he was principal gymnasium where the has,| .................... sparkles inside. It has 148,000 at Whitesville Middle School ketball floor sparkles with-! ........ ilii.i square feet of floor space and for 10 years before that. out even a single scuff mar~ JOB FAIIIIlll some 45 classrooms. He'H have one assistant I-lighteeh? The new school will be principal and a registrar this You bet= All the rooms are home to some 200-plus fall and 45 classroom teach- equipped with controls that Hogansville-area students ers. tell when one of them is when school starts next empty: When that happens, a SPONSORED BY: month. Among the brand-new computer dims or turns off COMMUNITYACTION FORIMPROVEMENT,INC. There will be some 650 furnishing will be some 450 the lights and the ~ con~- students in grades six, seven new student desks, and the tioning is adjusted accord- . o~ ~ ~' ,.. "'~ ~:: ~: CAFI and eight and the new facili-ty was accom- teachers will all get new ingly. ~i designed to desks. And all the restrooms modate about 800 students, The moving process has have auto-flush toilets.