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Ever a T'mra? Page 5 nsvil The Formerly The Hogansville Herald me Serving the HogansviUe-Grant00le Area Since 1944 J / f=ati S Page 7 PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE. GA PERMIT NO. 35 NO. 33 HOGANSVILLE, GEORGIA- THURSDAY, AUG. 15, 2002 12 PAGES 1 SECTION 50 a ii : By Bryan GeW THIS IS NICE - Frazier Crenshaw of LaGrange admires the 1931 Ford that was on display at the annual ia-Alabama Antique Auto Club last Saturday at the LaGrange Mall. Year-Old Jailed for Taking VCR home. determined the car was ;ETER Mofield took a VCR stolen from Hogansville on belonging to McCJain in August3. t Meriwether County exchange for the money he This incident remains Deputies arrested claimed to have lost. under investigation. Murphy Mofield, 17, Deputies were able to Meriwether County charging him recover the VCR and return Sheriff's Investigators theft by taking accord- it to McClain. arrested Nicholas Darnell Whitlock. Jones, 20 and Anthony said Mofield -In a separate case Bernard McGhee both of Angle McClain, deputies recovered a 1987 Greenville charging them ! of Hogansville, threat- Cadillac Brougham aban- with theft by taking. ecause of money doned off Jerrell Road. Whitlock said during an lost at her Whitlock said deputies investigation into tire theft of automobiles, from HOgansville and LaGrange, investigators determined Jones and McGhee took a 1990 GMC pickup truck from a home in the Odessadale Community. Jones and McGhee remain in custody on war- rants issued by LaGrange and Hogansville Police Departments. These inci- dents remain under investi- gation. Smart Money 000 Grant to Help Area Students Continue Education GETER Clark Atlanta T's Educational Search has received live $190,000 feder- to aid 600 students roup and Coweta coun- The new program's aim Ito increase the number of to continue their past high school, Clark Atlanta's ETS The program has been ICOweta County since 1991 it recruits middle graders who are in attending col- Wyatt said the students grouped together and in a number of aca- social activities they graduate from school. %'de just expose them- can't expose students Wyatt said, "the get that feeling ot being afraid of new and new people, better." There are four schools County School will be offered Program - Troup High, Cane Middle, CaUaway. and Cailaway Middle. The program will employ three full time staff members and approximate- ly 15 part time employees, Wyatt stated. The teachers will be cer- tified but not employed by the Troup County School System, but the part-time employees will be part-time teachers with supplement pay, she added. The classes will aim to improve study skills, test- taking and any other areas of need. High schoolers involved in ETS will be allowed to take the SAT and PSAT tests and apply to up to six col- leges for free. The students will remain in the program until they finish high school. Wyatt said the ETS counselors con- duct group sessions with students each week in the middle schools and in the high school, they meet only once a month for group ses- sions. Each student is eligible to attend a field trip to a col- lege or a cultural event, also. The students have been to New York City, followed the Oregon Trail, made murals and have met U.S. Senator Zell Miller. They also attend special See MONEY, Page 2-A By Bryan Getet A GOOD PROGRAM - Phyllis Wyatt is the Director of the Educational Talent Search that is a program of the Clark Atlanta University. Callaway Middle and High Schools have been chosen to participant along with Lone Cane Mke and Troup High School. Anderson Fdcked Out Of Election Disqualification Leaves Lee With No Opposition at All By BRYAN GETER Secretary of State Cathy Cox ruled last week that Evelyn Thompson Anderson of Charlie Fuller Road, Grantville, is ineligible to run in next Tuesday's Democratic primary. Thompson qualified to run against State Senator Dan Lee (D-LaG.) in the Georgia Senate District 29. There is no Republican candidate in the race. Cox issued a one-page order last week in which she concurred with the findings and conclusions of law of state Administrative Law Judge Chris A. Foster. Foster id that Anderson had not met residency requirement to run for office in District 29. COX SAID Anderson had not lived in Meriwether County for a year when she filed to run for the office, as required by law, and was not registered to vote in the coun- ty at the time. Foster said Anderson was not a registered voter in Meriwether County until July 11, when her application for voter registration in Meriwether county was received and stamped by the Georgia Secretary of State's office. She said she registered to vote in Meriwether County in Atlanta on May 3. The judge said she voted in a Fulton County election on Nov. 6 and could not have become a legal resident of Meriwether County before the following day. Anderson said she has lived two years just outside of Grantville, in Luthersville, since she had become dis- abled. Anderson said she looks forward to suing Migon Carter and Pete Johnson for libel and Lee slander. Carter, who is from Greenville and is a counselor at Unity Elementary School in Luthersville, filed the com- plaint against Anderson. Johnson is the Meriwether County tax com- missioner who Anderson said supplied Carter with infor- mation indicating she was not registered to vote in the coun- ty. Anderson "said Carter knows she lives here since she see her drop her children at school every day and Johnson lives a half-mile from her. ANDERSON was born in Meriwether County but lived in Fulton County for 38 years and worked as an emergency room nurse at Grady Memorial Hospital until she developed multiple sclerosis. Anderson has 10 days to appeal the decision in Superior Court. LEE SAID he was proud of Cox's decision in the case. "It was about as blatant a case of residential ineligibil- ity that I've known about," Lee stated. "From what I have seen an intentional fraud was per- petrated," he continued. "It's unconscionable to me that she would take those two oaths knowing she was not telling the truth." I Work Begins Monday On Final Leg of Loop Troup County Road Crews will begin construc- tion Monday on the final leg of the North Loop Project. The first phase of the project was completed in July 1999 and connected U.S. 29 to Hammett Road. This second phase will extend from Hammett Road to New Franklin Road at the Waugh Road intersection. The Georgia Department of Transportation notified county fficials last month that funds had been approved and the project could pro- ceed. Approximately 40% of the $1.1 million project will be paid for by the DOT with the county funding the remainder of the cost. .According to Road Superintendent Jud Gilraer, crews will begin demolition of a few houses on Waugh Road and will then start on widening, grading, and paving of the road. Traffic will be maintained at all times but there will be some delays and inconven- ience to motorists. Gilmer asked that"drivers take extra precaution in the work zone due to the use of heavy equiP" ment and construction pr sonnel." The wor on Waugh Road should I crn- pleted by year's end en the focus will shift to jnnm--. _ me.tt area co . g Mill Road a on to the ne waue, i' Tld ttnal leg of the North Loop actually combined two pluU to allow for use of excess material from one phase t be used in the ext. According to Commissioner Buck Davis, the construction will benefit the community in two main areas, one being to reduce the amount of mileage for school buses needing to get from See WORK, Page 2-A