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PAGE 2 HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 2000 State Patrol Predicts 18 Holiday Deaths State Troopers across Georgia are making final enforcement preparations for the 78-hour Labor Day holiday period to prevent the 18 traffic fatalities predicted for the state's roads and highways this year. The holiday period begins at 6 p.m. Friday, September 1 and ends at midnight Monday, September 4, 2000. Georgia State Patrol's newly appointed Commander, Colonel George Ellis says, in addition to Benson Promotions Gospel Sing Saturday, September 9, 2000 7:00 PM Warner Robins Civic Center 700 Watson Blvd. Warner Robins, GA Join Us For Family Night with the McKameys, Isaacs & The Hayes Family Branch C;i4str 3k Store. 115 Harlie Dr, (478)g71-2677 PERRY- s ( Tr;d'coe.  rrl S (47}967-5341. CORILE* Guchtie's Ha!Pnark Huse, IC 6th Ave. 78273.3856 EASTMAN-Chstia Accents, 222 5 Hain St (418)374-SO2 DUBLIN- The Cliv P,!'a h Chri.,l! E'ok St6re. 2036 Veterars Bird, (478)272-320L MILUEDGEVILLIE- Christian Wor $ply. 1686 N. Coiumbia S (478)452-633 . GRIFFIN- aiabw Chisfi.n P.k Store. 649 N. Exrewe).  (770)229-617, 5TOKBRIDGE- Bete W Ch'4 k Sc'.re, 5455 He)' 3ve,, PH: (77)3 1357. MACON- Maco Chrstiar .k Str :7 Evea Ave, FH 47)743-0500 .%d Ce.,t F :a*ce Cpa,y._t 5er.o . PH: (478)715.96S, Order tickets me at: www.bensonpmotion*.com O* co utdel :t,rance tic b'/ma k d check o!" moe, ;.rder n'ae 'fb t: Eeso Promotions, 448 Secoi St. Harem, GA 31201 :c. o*e ,formasko ca 47)749265 o,- -786439 (-F 9am-;,rn or 47EI)78 [ 3 l[ anfme. the 18 crash deaths, this year's holiday predictions also call for more than two-thousand acci- dents. "The Labor Day holiday period is the traditional end of the summer travel season," says Colonel Ellis, "Volume is likely to be heavy because this week- end also makes the start-up of high school and college football games and Fall fairs and festi- vals across the state. That accounts for crash predictions reaching 2,186." Colonel Ellis says, "It's a hol- iday that often draws impaired drivers to our highways. State Troopers will be looking for those drunk and drugged driv- ers and for their potential vic- rims who fail to wear seat belts." Last year, seven of Georgia's ten fatal crash victims weren't using seat belts or child safety seats. The Colonel says, "Many could be alive today ifa few cru- cial seconds were invested to use then" safety equipment." GSP is predicting 619 injuries during Labor Day 2000. Right 2000Maximoil 3.9% finanong available on 2000 Maxima, Sentra. Ntima and Quest. With Approved Credit Staff/Bryan Geter THRILLED - Ashley McCormack was all smiles as she celebrat- ed her fourth birthday with a party at the home of her grandpar- ents, Frances and Agnes Driessens of the Corinth Road, Saturday aftemoon. Her parentsre John and Angie McCormack of Athens. Angie is formerly of Hogansville. Ashley's birthday is August 30. Her bike is a present from "Papa" and "Grandma" Driessens. Georgia State Troopers wiU Basic Training Cours concentrate, not only on the interstate highways, but state and country roads as well. Finished for Goode00 Georgia law enforcement offi- cers will be participating in a national program to reduce the number of crashes through Army Pvt. Derrick L. Goode has graduated from basic com- strict traffic law enforcement bat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, SC. on the nation's highways. During the training, the soldier received instruction and prae- Operation C.A.R.E., or rice in drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed Combined Accident Reduction and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military cour- Effort, promotes the use of high tesy, military justice, physical fitness, first aid and Army histo- visibility patrols and lifesaving ry and traditions. equipment in vehicles to reduce He is the son of Janice M. Goode of LaGrange and was a 1999 injuries and fatalities, graduate of Troup High School in LaGrange. e Now lO00 Altima 2000 Sentra Labor Boat Caut" As the summer son comes to an end weekend, thousands will head to Georgia's rivers. Nationwide, personal watercraft accidents are cause an estimated 40 over the Labor This year in have been 159 boatin and seven boating related fatalities the Georgia Natural Resources, Resources Division boaters are many accidents and could be avoided are reviewed the course of end. "Labor Day last big boating ways to be very busy holiday," says WRD Lt. Brown, Georgia's Administrator. "Conservation continue to strictly boating laws everyone safe on WRD offers the safety rules for PWC operators: Wear your life out of 10 drowning not. Children under 10 a life jacket while on moving boat. half of all fatal the operator or The boat's vibration, noise, sun, wind often produce hypnosis," so alcohol can people much more the water. Don't overload with people or Know before you weather forecast. While current conditions sharp eye out for weather patterns. - Brush up on your safety knowledge. 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