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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVlLLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, JULY 25, 2002 ,,i , ii Farms N ery Wholesale Hosta Sale Open To Public Saturday, July 27, 2002 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. COME ONE, COME ALL!!! ,o,,,o,. " &apos;''  Wintef0er' Farm < 200 Lillie Patrick Road, Gay, GA 706-538-1003 ,, Woodoty ........ i i i , iml i,, Exciting Career Opportunity Rapidly growing Fortune 500 Company is opening a new Customer Service Center in LaGrange, Georgia and is seeking qualified individuals in the following areas: Customer Service, Contractor Relations, and Inbound/Outbound Sales. Qualified candidates should possess the following: Excellent verbal communication skills Computer aptitude Customer contact skills Proven sales ability Knowledge of Appliance or Heating/Air systems a plus We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits package. If you are looking for a rewarding and challenging career, send resume or letter to: Department P.O. Box 636 LaGrange, GA 30241 An Equal Opportunity Employer MIF/HN The W]z Party Reservations 706.882-9283 ,i[ 706-884-5041 305 o,d ,  a, sa, Roanoke Rd... t "- 10a.m.till 6p.m. LaGrange, , @]F L I // Sunday GA 30240 111 v 1p.m. till 6p.m. WATER z 2 WATER SLIDES AND SWIMMING POOL New Hours After School Starts: i Open Saturdays & Sundays Parties or Groups Anytime Admission Prices A, Day $10.00 Birthday Parties (15 Children):$90.00 One Grandparent Free with Paying Child Group Rates (non-profit) $6.00 each NO FOOD or DRINKS , -$-1 =F- - -', I $1 Off everybody in your group! NO I I Limit! Good thru end of 2002 season! I THE WATER WlZ LaGrange, GA & -- .-. =- --- i, -- -- i .-. --- -.. n iiI Ii l Two Accidents Keep Cops Busy By BRYAN GETER "- The Hogansville Police Department worked two vehicle accidents over the weekend. On Saturday around noon, an accident involving three vehicles occurred on Hwy 29N at the Piggly Wiggly entrance. Police reports states that driver John Douglas Massey of 1576 Primrose Circle, Greenville made an abrupt stop and failed to use his turn signal when he turned into the Piggly Wiggly parking lot causing Kenneth Anthony Yearta of LaGrange to break hard and dodge to the right and David Anthony Askew of Hogansville to break and dodge to the left causing the accident. Massey was cited for failure to signal. There were no major injuries and only minor dam- age to the vehicles. *Another accident happened at approximately 12:30 p.m. at the ramp off 1-85 at H3' 54. Jackie Parks Woodyard of LaGrange in a 1995 Chevy Blazer had stopped at the exit of the ramp. Kristy Michelle Snow of LaGrange in a 1999 Dodge Neon rented from Advantage Auto Sales and Rentals ran into the rear of Woodyard's vehicle. Snow said that her tires didn't get the traction before the impact. Officers stated that three of the tires were unsafe and should have been replaced before the car was rent- ed. Only minor damage occurred to the vehicles and no injuries were reported. THAT'S INCREDIBLE - Lewis Phillips, 80, of is shown with the 8 1/2 pound cabbage that he summer in his garden. During this growing season, earlier grown a caA)bage that weighed 5 1/2 pounds. Court Filled With Traffic Jennifer Michelle Walker, who was charged with speeding mad failure to appear, was fined $260.00. Kevin Tyro ne Absalom, who was charged with speed- ing and failure t appear, had his license suspended. *Donald J,erry Ford, charged with speeding and failure to appear, had his license suspend,d. .Alvin Tyrol m Matthews was charged with speeding and failure to appear. The cases were o3ntinued to August 8. Jason J. Gobczak was fined $115.00 for speeding. Cynthia Marlene Trisch was fined $76.50 for failure to stop for a stop sign. Britteny Lyn Ventura was charged with violation of child restraint and fined $50.00 plus 12 months proba- tion. Ventura was also charged with speeding and fined $285.00 plus 12 months probation. Continued From Page 1-A doned vehicle. *Larry Lewis Shelnutt, charged with improper turn, had the case continued to August 8. .Christopher Jason Smith, who was charged with driving on a suspended license and no insurance, had the cases continued to August 8. LPN's and CNA's Put your caring ways to work in a world where your decisions count,your patients appreciate you, and you can use your leadership skills to advance your career. Competitive Wages Excellent 100% Company Paid Benefit Package *Stephen Terry Morris was charged w:ith speeding and fined $140.00. *Mary Elizabeth Richmers, who ,was charged with speeding and failure to appear, had her license sus- pended. .Roy Edw;ard Price, charged with thl ft of servic- es, had the case continued to August 8. *Randall Serceli, who was found guilty of shoplifting, was 10 days in jail, 12 bation and fined I is also banned from ,z Maintenance (Excnt Pay) ,/Project Manager Production Health, Dental, Life Insurance, Prescription Card, Retirement Plan, Scholarship Opportunities. OAK VIEW HOME 706-582-2117 Proud To Be Drug Free 10 Winn Newnan, Fax Resumes Open Every Saturday at 8 Sunday at 1 p.m. Vendors Welcome NO 707-628-5033 EOE CHARGI 3905 Hudson Mill Rd. Ga Watch KUBOTtk'S 30TH ANN1VERS/!RY Customer Instant Rebat0000' Sale 7> July31 st is the final.day of this golden opportunity to save big money on a new xx'- Kubota Tractor. Save on everything from B-Series to L-Series and the M-Series but you must act by Wednesday, July 31 st, 2002 in order to claim the rebate savings. Sztte on the tractor and financin( K-dl L-4300 too. A.P.R. as low as 3.99% (W.A..) for two years. Other special rates for Ic,nger terms also available. Drive-Out Price $12,75000 45 H.P., 4 cylinder diesel tractor that features power steering, hydraulic inde- pendent power take off, 8-speed trans- mission and many other features. L-301 Get A $1 40000 rebate coupled an additional Waverly Hall Farm & Tractor Discount of $30000o For a $440 Total of Waverly Hall Farm Tractor Inc. 7610 Hwy. 85 Waverly H , GA 706-582-;1