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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 24, 2003 Design # 1176 $440.67 MoJy  And there is no better time than NOW to make your dream come true. Interest Rates are still at an all-time low, but this will NOT last forever. Call Today for your FREE Pre-Qualification. Let us tell you how much BRAND NEW HOME you can af0rd. Why Not? It's FREE. Proudly Building in Georgia: Muscogee, Harris, Meriwether, Talbot, Troup, and Pike And In Alabama: Randolph, Russell, Lee, and Chambers Call our New Home Specialists Today KARAOKE In The "Garden Room" Wednesdays 7- 9 pm Beginning July 3 Reservations Required Sheila 706-883-3483 800-741-2512 Ext. 205 Disclaimer: SP 73500 with 100% thancing with 30 YR Fixed Rate 6% lbr Qualified Buyers. Payment is based on your land 0nly. All information herein subject to en:0r, omission and/0r change without notice. "ROLL 'EM' - The camera crew drew a big crowd of watchers during the shooting of the movie in He( Monday. The crew made this one of the most interesting Julys on record. HOGANSVILLE'S ROGER'S BAR-B-QUE "Pit Cooked" Catfish Ribs Chicken Ste Steaks Hogansville Just off/-85, ExL 28 706-637-4100 Fax: 706-637-4114 Mon. thru Thurs., 11 - 9 Fri., thru Sat., 11 - 10 Home Cooked Vegetables Choice of Meat, 2 Vegetables, Bread & Dessert, Men - Frl " 11 - 2 Only *4 9s TUESDAY EVENINGS LIVE GOSPEL MUSIC 10% OFF MEALS!I WEDNESDAY EVENINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT CATFISH THURSDAY EVENINGS ALL YOU CAN EAT RIBS .... Country Singer Kellye Green Every Mon & Thurs 6- 9pm Every Sat. 6- 10pm Private Room Available UpTo 50 People Any Special Occasion Movie Crew Brings Continued From Page 1A neer. "I'm just waiting to see the car go through the win- dow." Some in the crowd were a bit disappointed when that scene didn't turn out as loud and crazy as some had antic- ipated. Fendley, who has appeared on some 25 films and at one time had a recur- ring role as Frank Gibson in "In the Heat of the Night," said those watching "SAND- TOWN" will be in for a psy- chological thriller in which "Robert's" alter ego, played by veteran actor Jay Scott Pearson, is in constant con- flict with "Robert," attempt- ing to do him in so he can become 'obert." The "ending with a twist" should leave movie fans won- dering just exactly what they've witnessed, he said. The film crew will return to Hogansville for several days, perhaps weeks, of shooting in September. 'We hope to do most of the shooting in Troup County," Fendley said. City Manager David Aldrich said most folks in town "seemed to be pleased" that Ho on to film, "seemed it's neat and tive for the city One city wanted to know if the c "spending anything"] two or three police tic scenes were being He tainty by Mayor Clair that the helping out on their shifts. :'Besides er the cost "We'll get it back press." Jail Escapee Captured Before Sun By CLINT CLAYBROOK A Troup County Jail inmate who walked away from the trash compactor site on Roanoke about 11:30 a.m. Monday was back in jail before night fall, according to Sheriff Denny Turner. Turner said that Jack was called in. Crawford Jr. was caught after he was found hiding in a swampy area off Roanoke Road after he was spotted by a deputy. A perimeter was set up by other deputies around that site and a K-9 unit from the Department of Corrections At about 5:45 p.l inmate was s was captured after  search, the Troup County charged with said. Youth Football, Cheerleading, Registration Begins Here on Jub Registration for youth football and cheerleading boys and girls ages 7-12 and youth soccer for boys and girls ages 5-12 will be held at the Hogansville Recreation Department on 407 Church Street July 28 - August 15, Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. To register your child for TALBOT COUNTY ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS RESURFACING AND STRIPING ON VARIOUS COUNTY ROADS The Talbot County Board of Comxnissioners is soliciting SEALED BIDS for 11.890 miles of plant mix resurfacing and striping on the following County Roads: ROAD NAME: Co. Rd. No. Beginning At: Ending At: ROAD NAME: Co. Rd. No.: Beginning At: Ending At ROAD NAME: Co. Rd. No.: Beginning At: Ending At: ROAD NAME: Co. Rd. NO.: Beginning At. Ending At: ROAD NAIVIE Co. Rd. No. Beginning a: Ending At: All Work shall Transportation Length: 3.460 MI Proposed Construction: Superpave Design av A Width (FT) 26 ASP LEVS 21 SPE 9.5  1125# Reqired Striping: Center, Edge. Proposed Construction: Superpave Design Lev A ASP LEVS SPE 9.5 MM ( 125# Required Sa'iping: Center Length: 2.250 MI Width (FT) 21 BUCKNER ROAD 175 SR 96 CR 135 t CI-LA.LYBEATE SPRINGs RD. Length 1.980 MI 174 Width (FT) 19 MERIWETHER CO. LINE CR 178 HUT RD. 80 CR 81 END OF PAVEMENT OLD SHOH ROAD 242 Harris Co. Line 1.7 MI EAST/NEW PVIF POWELL CHURCH RD. 66 SR 208 CR 62 Proposed Construction Superpave Design Lev A ASP LEVS SPE 9.5 Mlvl @125# Required Striping: Center, Edge Length: 1.700 MI Proposed Construction Superpave Design Lev A Width (FT) 20 ASP LEVS SPE 9.5 MM (!25# Required Striping: Center, Edge Length: 2.500 MI Proposed Construction: Superpave Design Lev A Width (F'F) 19 ASP LEVS SPE 9.5 MM (125# Required Striping: Center, Edge be in accordance wit the current edition of the Georgia Department of Standard Specification and all other contract requirements. All bids must have a total aggregate price for the work and also a unit price. BONDING REQIM[]ENTS: Bid Bond: 5% of Bid Axnount Performance Bond: 100% of Bid Amount Payment Bond: 100% of Bid ,4anount The Completion Date for resurfacing and striping on this contract shall be 90 days from the date of the Notice to Proceed. A copy of the bid package is available at the Talbot County Board of Commissioners Office at 26 S Washington Avenue, Talbot-ton, GA 31827 (Talbot County Courthouse) The County Manager will receive sealed Bids at the Talbot County Courthouse in Talbotton, Georgia until 12:00 NOON on July 25, 2003 and shall be opened at a called meeting at 6:30 p.m. on July 28, 2003. Each sealed envelope containing a Bid must be plainly marked on the outside as "Bid for the Resurfaing and Striping of 1 1.890 miles of County Roads" The Talbot County Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any and all bids. MAILING ADDRESS: Talbot County Board of Commissioners P. O. Box 155 Talbotton, GA 31827 football, cheerleading or soc- cer, a parent or guardian must fill out and sign a registra- tion form at the Recreation office. We also require a copy of the participant's birth cer- tifioate to keep on file at our office. There will be a $3,5.00 reg- istration fee and $5.00 late fee assessed for registration taken after August 15th. Insurance is not mandatory but will be available at an additional $10.00 fee. The age groups for foot- ball and cheerleading are: 7- 8 yr. olds, 9-10 yr. olds and 11- 12 yr. olds. The age groups for soccer may change if Y deemed of registration participant's be determined by age on September I, We need are willing to work youth and to serve a# or cheerleader also need sponsors youth team lea Any individual, club d ness may become a in our youth *Anyone who more information caI the Recreation at 637-4427, ask for Dukes. Blood Shortage Causing A severe shortage in the national blood has a direct effect on blood availability in Georgia. Because of low donations in the state, blood must be shipped into Georgia to adequately meet the needs of patients here, say American Red Cross offi- cials. When other areas are short on blood they are unable to help supplement another state's supply, they said. "We routinely have to import blood to have enough for patients here," says Grady Braziel, chief opera- tions officer for the American Red Cross Southern Region. "This becomes a major problem when blood down just isn't enough around." Last week the blood banks, the American Blood Banks, Blood Centers American Red United States to boost critically supplies. Public responS been stron a significant national sup local demand has er than normal. the lands that for hunting, tions concerning weapons may be permits do not West Point Management Area by the Geor of Natural Permits will on August 15, and obtained in person,: or by teleI it card and U.S. Army Engineers, West Project 0ffice,500 Management Dr. GA 31833-9517 Phone: ( TheU. S. Army Corps of Engineers at West Point Project will begin charging a $10.00 fee for West Point Project Hunting Permits beginning in the 200312004 hunting season. This fee is necessary because of increasing costs involved with administering with the permit program. Each year, approximate- ly 2,500 hunting permits are issued to sportsman who uti- lize the 8,000 acres of public land set aside for this activi- ty. The majority of this prop- erty, some 75%, is located in Georgia, and the remainder is in Alabama. Each permit comes with a map indicating West Point Hunting Will Cost $10 for This