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PAGE 2 - tI()(;ANSVII,I,t'; H()ME NEWS - OCTOBER 28, 1999 Bluegrass music returns to Hoofers next weekend on Friday Goldwing Express, Lonesome River, Avery Trace and others will 3erform. I COME TO WORK FOR US AS A CARTER EMPLOYEE A LEADING MANUFACTURER OF CHILDREN'S CLOTHES e Jobs Available For: Third Shift 11:00 p.m. - 7:00 a.m. (Sunday night thru Thursday night) Includes Shift Premium As a Carter Employee you will have an opportunity for excellent earnings through our incentive pay plan and a competitive benefit package. Apply Mondays thru Thursdays 7:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon and 12:30 p.m. until 3:00 p.m. The William Carter Company 67 Industrial Road Hogansville, GA EEO/AA NOT LEASE '99' 4Runr'.erZero do,n paymen 60 months @ $389 95% Ba!loon payment at end of 60 months of $12,173 Plus tax ta 9 & title ',ith approved credit Consumer Warning Issued by Department of Public Safety Georgia Public Safety Commissioner Colonel Bob Hightower cautioned Georgians Monday against disclosing their Social Security number over the telephone to persons purporting to represent the Department of Public Safety. Colonel Hightower said complaints are being received from across the state where people are being called and asked for the personal infor- mation to compare it with dri- ving records on file at Public Safety. "The Georgia Department of Public Safety does not conduct any type of random calling in this manner," Colonel Hightower said. "This is obviously an attempt to gain the confidence of the person called and the solic- it personal information for ille- gal activity." The commissioner said the majority of the calls so far have targeted older drivers. He reminded Georgia drivers that Town Hall Meeting U.S. Representative Bob Barr (GA-7) announced that he will be holding a Town Hal Meeting in LaGrange on November 15 at 7 p.m. at the Troup County Administration building located at 900 Dallas Street. Barr will deliver a brief legislative update and spend time listening to general com- ments and questions. no license issued or renewed since July 1, 1997, will contain the person's social securiry num- ber as a license number unless the driver specifically requests the license number be their social security number. Colonel ttightower also emphased that the I)epm'tment of Public Safety and the Georgia State Patrol do not solicit for money through telephone cam- paigns. He said that for the past several years, the Department of Public Safety has received numerous calls from people in Georgia who have been contact- ed to donate money to the Department of the State Patrol. "The Department does not conduct such campaigns and all funding for the agency comes from legislative appropriations," Colonel Hightower said. College College trustee from 1890-92. Mrs. Candler Sr.'s father, the late Rev. Wilbur Fisk Glenn, and her brother, Thomas K. Glenn, both served on the LaGrange College Board of Trustees. "Words are simply inade- quate to express our deep, deep gratitude for the generosity and philanthropy of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Howard Candler ar. in making this gift possible and our pride that Mrs. Flora Glenn Candler graduated from our institution in 1898 and contin- ued her involvement with the college for 70 years," said Dr. Stuart Gulley, president. "I am confident that with careful and strategic use of these funds '99 4RUNNER "Georgia State Troopers do not solicit through telemarketing campaigns." The commissioner asks that anyone receiving phone calls from people soliciting money or personal information while rep- resenting themselves as being from Department of Public Safety to gain as much information possible. "Every mation helps in cases such these," Colonel Hightower said. Anyone with asked to call the Department Public Safety's Investi Services Office at 404-624-7724. West Point Lake Levels Recent rainfall has given West Point Lake on the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee Flint (ACF) River System a reprieve from its lower water levels through much of the spring and summer. West Point Lake is up about a foot from last week and by next weekend it is projected to be up more than half a foot more. This is good news for boaters and other recreators in the area. West Point Lake was at elevation 625.3 feet msl just last week. But by this week due to heavy rains through much of the U.S. Southeast, the lake level has risen to one foot to eleva" tion 626.3 feet msl. The lake level is projected to be at ele" vation 627 feel msl by next weekend (Oct. 23-24). Continued from Page 1 LaGrange College will fulfill its vision of becoming the leading private liberal arts college in Georgia." Mrs. Candler St., who died in 1968, received the 1968 Distinguished Service Alumni Award from LaGrange College for her "continuous unselfish and loving service" and was active in the Alumni Association. A member of Glenn Memorial United Methodist Church in Atlanta, she was active in the Atlanta Music Festival Association, Egleston Hospital, the Fine Arts Foundation, YWCA and the Atlanta Speech School. The Candler family's sup- ON ALL REMAINING 99's OR 2ooo c00RY NOT ..... ' LEASE "2020 :amry Zero down payment 60 months @ $269 95% Balloon payment at end ot 60 months of $8055 Plus tax, tag & title W'th approved credit. port of LaGrange College has been strong through the years. Mrs. Candler's dau Catherine Candler Warren son Mr. Candler Jr. the Flora Glenn Memorial Fund in 1969. In Mr. Candler Jr. made possible the Flora Glenn Professorship, a two-, appointment which reco unusual quality of service. Candler Jr. ter, Louisa Coral Gables, Fla. Flora Glenn Professors are the late Dr David Naglee, 1971-73; Dr. Shibley, 1973-75; Dr. A. Hicks, 1975-77; Dr. Max Este 1983-85; Dr. John Hurd, 87; Dr. Fed Mills, 1987-89; Don Jolly, 1989-91; Dr. Shelhorse 1991-93; Dr. Jordan, 1993-95; Dr. Johnson, 1995-97; Dr. Cafaro, 1997-99; and Dr. McClanahan, 1999-00. In 1994 Mrs. Candler donated for use m Edmondson Parlor a and porcelains, which given to honor Flora Glenn Candler. Edmondson Parlor is a tion and sitting area located LaGrange College's S built in 1842 and listed on National Register of Places. In addition to bequest, Mrs. Candler Jr. lished the Charles Candler Jr. ment fund through a remainder trust. The terms of the bec call for it to be used for projects and/or 1 funds. The college will use $2 million of the $22.5 bequest for a seven-I year $6.1 million improvement project, the ambitious renovation the school's 169-year The college will invest remainder of the bequest the understanding that accessed until at least 2002. "In the interim, we undertaking a rigorous of all facets of the life of institution and those key areas where believe that strategic use these funds' our vision and more execute our mission," Gulley said. 60 $7900: Olds Aurora luick Regal LI 4x4 "HEY YOU" Let us mak0 your dreams come true!!! Home ownership is only a phone call away. Call for a free credit check. WHY??? 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