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October 12, 2000

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PAGE 2 HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2000 Huntcliff Resumes Continued From Page 1A number of questions were raised concerning, if the city could provide enough water to the subdivision, if sidewalks were going to be installed, and whether underground utilities would be installed. Arnold said the minutes state City Manager David Aldrich said the city should be able to provide enough water "FIRST CLASS TRAVEL" Sat. & Sun. Nov. 11th & 12th (Includes Motorcoach Transportation, Room, Tax & Baggage Handling and Dinner Buffet/Breakfast Buffet) 8JOOM par parson/double occupancy Visit www.goto/paradicetours Call 663-4773 / 63-448g To Reserve Your Seag Must be 21 years of age i Hogansville Hometown news presents The Hogansville Hummingbird Festival Fundraiser Dinner 0 The Gala at the Hogansville's finest restaurants come together to bring you wonderful food for a wonderful cause in one of the area's loveliest settings. A great night O f sparkling entertainment "A taste of Hogansville" Gaby's CaM and Bistro oHogan's Heroes oThe International Caf6 e Johnny Browns oAnd Introducing the Famous Chef Paul Luna at the Grand Dinner includes all four courses, wine, coffee & tea. At Hogansville's beautiful Grand Hotel 6 PM Friday October 20th; tickets $50 Additionally, Dinner Guest participate in one of A Hogansville Hummingbird Festival & Country Fair Special Event Call 706-637-8828 for reservaUons West Georgia's Biggest & Best All profits go to Hogansville Silent Abctions " CI Trust for city ..... restoration and underground utilities would be installed. As for the sidewalks, it was not mandatory according to the city ordinance the minutes state and would be left up to the builders. During the regular meeting on June 8, 1999, consideration of Phase I of Huntcliff Village subdivision, Councilman Larry Dorrough made a motion with Councilman Ezra Whitmore seconding to approve the con- sideration. Arnold said to file Chapter 11 Bankruptcy was the only thing he could do, since he owned only 45 percent of the interest. "I couldn't sell lots nor could I pay the land off," he said "I was boxed in, so I did what was necessary and put it in front of the federal judge." Arnold said all creditors, which are only four, would get the money which is owed them. t Submitted P GOOD GOURD! Austin Dorrough, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joey Thompson, is shown with he and his granddad Larry Dorrough raised. The largest one weighed 45 pounds. The ones weighed 42 pounds each. Police Investigate Ras]'00 of B Continued From Page 1A his window at the dining room. According to the police report, the man had taken an air conditioner out of the win- dow and stacked several items on a couch near the window. He told police the man left with a cell phone and $30 worth of change in two bags. MARK S. BROCK of 208 White Street reported someone stole a 5x8 trailer with a 52 inch cut riding lawnmower on it. The incident occurred between October 1 and October 4. Billy Webb of 108 Greenough Street told police someone took his Friday, Saturday and Sunday LaGrange Daily News news- paper from his box. No further informa- tion was available at presstime. David wayne Brown of 758 Corinth Road said an unknown female went into Rite Aid Pharmacy in Hogansville and paid for his prescription. Brown said the female took the prescription from the store without his authorization and didn't bring the pre- scription to him either. TAMMY CLEVELAND of Shell Mart reported to police someone in a white Ford Mustang drove off without paying for 16.07 gallons of gasoline around 5 p.m. on Sunday. No further information was available. Robert Cousin of 103 Greenough Street reported to police on September 24 some- one took his billfold in the WesTek. He stated a King, asked him to change a him. He stated he put his billfold on a made the change and started talking Kinuntil the break was over. backto work. Fifteen minutes later,  noticed his wallet was missing back to the breakroom only to gone. He notified his supervisor, who outside and found it on the returned it to Cousin who was there except for $146.00. Lucille Brown reported someone ed out the rear passenger window Plymouth Voyager which was yard behind her house at 204 College Festival, Food Excitement B Continued From Page 1A includes both a mixed field green salad and a vegetable roulade.  ....... The rest of the menu includes a luscious smoked salmon and potato pancake appetizer from Patrick Terrail of Gaby's CafG, Hogan's Heroes' famous Penne Emiliana, a won- derful marinated grilled chick- en breast over a rice pilaf from International Caf6 and Johnny Brown's renowned butter roll for dessert. Besides wine, the dinner also includes hors d'oeuvres, coffee and certificates for or tea, live music and addition- Hogansville, al entertainment. Newnan are up for the Additionally dinner guests bidder. get their chance* at  of the Tickets are biggest and best silent auctions Grand Hotel in the area. per person. All profits Many art objects, col- restorafionofl lectibles and valuable gift items (Hogansville's City II r 2001 Ram Quad Cab TM 00379 a month! s29!I a-month! s249 a m000th! 1500 SLT, PW, PL, AM/FM Stereo Cass.,.Alum. Wheels, 40/2W40 Luxury Cloth Seats,.39 Mo Lease. $999 Due on signing. 0 Security Deposit. 12,000 Miles a year. 15 per over aUoted miles. It r2001 Dodge Intrepid TM 39 Month Lease, $1,374 Due on Signing. 12,000miles a ear and 15 per mile over tted miles. PW, PL, PS, Stereo Cassette -V6, 24 Value, 1t0 Engine. *2000 Rebate OR 0.9% APR #2411, #20416 "002001 Grand Cherokee" PW, PL, Over Head Console, OWL Tires, AM/FM Stereo Cassette and more. 10 MORE AT  ^ A SIMILAR PRICES. 39 Month Lease - 12,000 m/les a year, 15 a m//e over the alotted mi/es. Sl,374 Due on Sign/rig. #3087 , 2001 Cherokee PW, PL, AM/FM Stereo Cassette, Keyless Remote, PM, Rear Wiper Washer, Roof Racl, Sunscreen, Aluminum Wheels and morel 3 mate at sim//ar prices. 39 month lease. 12,000 miles  year. 15 over the alotted mileS. $1,374 due on singing. No security deposit. #3047 s8,895 a-Door, Power Windows, Power Locks, Spoilers Three to choose from! PaWnem bated go 86 monk, s19,945 SAVE s11,240 4x4 Extended Cab LOADED! Power Windows, Power Locks, Fun in the Sunl Your Price $16,960. Paymenls based on 72 ma. s22, 4X4, 4-D00r, ClOD Cab, V8, AutO, Loaded! s13,944 s6,990 Short Wheel Factory A/C, Base, One Aluminum Owner, AM/FM Cassette, Wheels, Tilt, Cruise AM/FM Cassette s19,700 5 spd, 4x4, Flat Bed Dually, Brush Guard, Tilt Cruise, AM/FM Cassette PW, PL, Sport wheels and more. #693 and 891