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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - TItURSl)A';, SEt*f, 5, 2002 l00vo Hoga snville Officers Finish Adx'anced Training By BRYAN GETER Two of Hogansville's police officers completed training courses last week at the Georgia Police Academy in Forsyth, Georgia. Sgt. lbmmy Hatcher course was Internal Affairs Investigations and was a 40 hour course. The course is intended for those investigators and administrators tasked with the responsibility of performing internal investigations. lbpics discussed were police officers rights, criminal liability, civil liability, Garrity v. New Jersey, Title 7, and administrative rights and duties. Hatcher said the course was vmT thorough, help- ful and needful for the police department. Investigator Cory Keele attended the class on Interviews and Interrogations, which was a 40 hour course, as well. The course is designed to enhance skills for: i 1 ) determining the level of truth or deception: and {2) in the case of deception, obtaining a legal confes- sion. The course format is one of lecture, demonstra- tion and practical exercise. Several techniques are presented including: behavioral analysis, Neuro Linguistic programming, statement content analysis, pupil metrics, cognitive interview technique, multiple suspect elimination and special case method. Keele said this course will help him tremen- dously in his investigations. By Bryan FRESH OUT OF SCHOOL - Hogansville Police Chief Guy Spradlin stands with his officers, Investigator Corey Keele (L) and Sgt. Hatcher as each man proudly display their certificates after Always enjoye( making your friends look good? Since you have talent, wny not get the Cosrr00eto ogy Diploma? ON TAP: The Gospel Crusade on Sept. 7 will performances by (Top Georgia Melody Boys LaGrange (formerly known Joint Heirs) and (Bottom Forever Forgiven. Gospel Crusade Music Is SIated This Saturda West Georgia Technical College... A Real Educatioll for the Real Worht 303 Fort Drive kaGrange -706.845.4323 www.westgatech. or9 The Gospel Singing Crusade will have the next singing on Saturday, September 7th. The singing will be held at 11(,) West Main Street, Manchester. The doors will open at 5:30 and the program will start at 6:O0. Delicious food will be catered by The Crusade Volunteers. The menu wilt consist of spaghetti and yummy desserts. \\; have donated items to raffle, exciting cakewalks and live gospel Melody Boys from LaGrange known as the Joint Heirs), Forever from Athens and others will be singers. Please bring your family and come out and fellowship with us. is free, but donations are gladly acce keep this music ministry going. GOOD GOSPEL SINGING - The Crabb Family and NewFound Road along Dixie Melody Boys will be at Hoofers Gospel Barn Saturday evening at 7 p.m. is located just north of LaGrange on the Hogansville Road. Hoofers Buffet will be available as well as a concession. 1-800- BAR NONE 227-6663 Let one of our friendly o erator., assist you 24 hrs. 7 days week, 1-800-BAR NONE SAT Scores Doum Continued From Page 1-A was 65 percent which ranked them 15th highest in the nation. Only 46 precent of the seniors natiomvide took the test. "h'oup County Schools enrollment for 2002-2003 is the same as last year, being at 11,474. Another county wilt be taken Friday and the enroll- ment is expected to go up since all of the kindergarten- ers had not been assigned at the first count. Callaway High School has an enrollment of 687; CMS has 598; HES has 358 and Mountville Elementary has 440 students. Other school enrollments are: Bertha Weathersbee Elem. has 447, Cannon Street Elem. has 393; Ethel Kight Magnet School has Hillcrest Elem has Hollis Hand Elem has LaGrange High has 1, Long Cane Elem. has Long Cane Middle has l, Rosement Elem. haS Troup High has 1,167: Elem. has 458; West Elem. has 393; West Magnet has 452, Road Elem. has 457; school) has 47. uavaliers Off to Good S Continued From Page 1-A in the final quarter. "The defense rose to the occasion time after time," said Giddens. "It was a g(n)d team effort." Callaway was able to keep fresh players in the game by rotating linemen Nick White, Cory Houston, Mario "lbwns, Matt (;eter and Matthew Stargilt. Linebackers Jim Bowie and "Ibny Stargell kept filling holes, and Carl Epps, Jon Thornton and Bernard Newman came up with big defensive plays to preserve the Callaway shutout. On offense, Clantwan Martin was the leading rush- er with 57 yards on ten car- ries. Tigner ran the ball nine times for 44 yards. Patterson had 78 yards passing includ- ing the 57 yard second quar- ter touchdown toss. The Cavaliers now turn their attention to defending AAA state champion La(}range. The Grangers, a 24-0 winner over Friday, are ranked in tic spot in AAA again. "LaGrange will ly be a challenge," Giddens. "They have weapons that make a pionship caliber Competing with them no easy task." The teams will Callaway Stadium a LaGrange home Callaway fans will visitor's side of the