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PAGE 2A THE HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, AUG. 3, 2000 Festival Plans IWeU Underway [, :Continued From Page 1A ival dinner on Friday night, a istreet auction on Saturday and :a white elephant sale both fes- tival days. :: Stankiewizc is asking for idonations for the auction. "What a way to clean out the attic, garage or basement and donate ? the items to the festival for the auction," he said. Make plans today to be a part of the Hummingbird Festival. Remember there is no admis- sion charge like many fairs and their will be plenty of food, games, arts & crafts and fun for the entire family. For more information call (706) 637-9497. CREDIT NEEDED 1111 YOU CAN BE RIDING TODAY IN A USED OR NEW VEHICLE! CALL 1-800-77-CHEVY BAD TIME ILEM! Donna Andrews LOW ---Finance Manager-- PROBLEM[ 709 New Franklin Rd., LaGrange GA (706) 882-2576 1-800-774HEVY --All applications accepted for processing-- LUKKEN CHEVY PINE MOUNTAIN AUCTION CENTER, LLC Pine Mountain, GA GAL #2661 AUCTION Sunday, August 6th 2:00 PM 706-663-8552 800-638-9610 An 80 year old lady's collection of silver and silver-plate, 200 Plus items. Credenza desk, walnut desk, oak bedroom suite, made by "Martin Herderic" New Orleans, QA walnut vanity, (2) 9 PC Mahogany dining room suites, one with needle point chairs, 10 PC dining room suite, 4 PC Mahogany bedroom suite, Hoosier style cabinet, painted furniture, chairs, marble top tables, tea cart, oak server, Eastlake wal- nut bed, Walnut QA server, lamps, chandeliers, primitive trunk, linens, quilts, Rugs, enamel pans and pots. 601116 HUTS OVER YO00F, 00O,ril[ FillflllCl(IG? Buy/Sell/Refinance Debt Consolidation Pre-approval for home purchase Farm and land loans All credit considered Call Your Representative! Jean Kalill 846-2971 or 846-8250 THE MORTGAGE SPECIALIST_, INC, 4619 Mountain Creek Drive Roswell, GA 30075 Phone: (770) 594-0390 Georgia Residential Mortgage License Daniel Named To Regents' Post Chancellor Stephen R. Portch has named the itics directly out of college, launching his career University System of George's long-time gov- ernmental affairs representative, Thomas E. Daniel, as interim senior vice chancellor of human and external resources with the Board of Regents. The appointment is effective imme- diately. A native of Hogansville, Daniel currently serves as vice chancellor for external affairs for the Board of Regents. He-began his tenure with the nation's fourth largest system of higher edu- cation in 1982, as special assistant to the chan- cellor. He joined the Board of Regents after hav- ing worked for Georgia governor George Busbee. Daniel is a product of the University System, having earned a B.A. In political science in 1974 from the University of Georgia. He entered pol- as a member of the George Busbee for Governor campaign staff. He went on to serve as admin- istrative assistant for Gov. Busbee from 1975 to 1978 and later managed his 1978 re-election cam- paign. He continued to serve as his administra- tive assistant until leaving to help coordinate Joe Frank Harris' successful gubernatorial bid in 1981-1982. The Board of Regents was his next career move. He has held his current position since 1988. Daniel leads and oversees the communica- tion of the University System's messages to the Georgia General Assembly and other key con- stituencies. During the legislature's annual 40- day session, he is a constant presence at the State Capitol. Grant Fund The Troup County Education announced Callaway Foundation, Grant in the amount $548,125.00 Kight Magnet School to a state of the art pilot program for the County School System. This pilot project will S as a prototype for the school system. ETHEL KIGHT AnneCooksaid that Ethel W. Kight School is the recipient a generous gift that ly enhance the gram that we have begun school." than $50,000 will be software that will instructional program gating students' stren weaknesses. Also, the grant will the school to purchase an ( literacy computer prekindergarten and garten students. Breakthrough to computer-based students in is successfully being Norfolk, Virginia and Florida, as well as in County, Georgia. Technology Director, Cason says "From a point of view, we will replace all of the a puters at Ethel Kight of the art Internet access and ferencing and distance i ing. Staff members schools will benefit tance learning for opment and growth. THE NEW hardware' form will serve as a ground for future the district based on Kight Magnet School's mentation of new teacher training Superintendent Dr. Nichols 1 for this outstanding "The Foundation has a tion for educational endeavors. This pilot project at W. Kight will put County School System tion to becomo one outstanding school Georgia. Jones Drops Plan To Run for S By Bryan Geter November. Jones said earlier he thought he could beat' former state trooper Robert Talley who he thought would defeat Turner. But plans changed after Turner received 70 percent of the county's vote in the primary two weeks ago when he polled 4,761 votes to Talley's 1,298. It's apparent that Donny Turner will serve Troup County as sheriff for at least the next four years after independent can- didate and former sheriff Gene Jones dropped plans for being on the ballot in Jones apparently had the 1,390 signatures needed to be on the November. He had paid the qualifying of $1,815.15. Last Wednesday, he hand letter to the probate office asking inating petition be withdrawn. [ntrodudng our new NationaIOne ealtin9 CELWLAROIII" plan with aH 50 states all of Canada That's a lot cf peo a lot of coverage. You get free roaming, fr.,:. tong distance, and rates start as low as $2.5 a month. Hurry, call CeltularOne today. Arid get the one nationa calling plan that comes with two natioP.s. GRIFFIN 1303 West Taylor St, 770-412-9100 Mon.- Fri. 9:00-6:00 Sat, 10:004:00 MANCHESTER 1140 Warm Springs Hwy. 706-846-2012 Mort. - Fri, 9"00-6:00 Sat. 10:00-4:00 THOMASTON 103 Jeff Davis R J. 706-648.-9100 Mort.- Fri, 9:00 6:00 Sat. 10:00--4:00 A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Company Lied on fl New,, York Stock Eadmme- symbol PR lb be eligible for Nal[onalOn raw plans, cusunet mu maintaia itmaty tegicke within Price Cmmluaications' home axea, At lea! 50/* ot'airlin usage rau be within a Pric Comamaicali(ms owtd aad old:rated a,kct NabotmlO,e plan require a tn-mcte digita! phor A $2A5 motxthly n.twotk ota,tiot fee applies. ()th testrlcti,r, fes and tax may apply. Service a requir Aittur usage roandxl t t] next whtk' mmm. E Runoff Continued From Page lk could elect one im term post. Other races will in November. In November, Jeff face Lee West for the race; County District No. 3 will Crook (D) against Ken Smith defeated Tommy H. In District 2Re Davis will face Swanson. Gary Wood (D) Chris Cleaveland Commissioner;Jackie (D) will face (R) for the Clerk of the Court. District 131 wil Carl V. Epps (D) fa, lenger Charles L. incumbent Dan Lee (P) Tom Mills (R).