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PAGZ 12 ttOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2000 Re-Elect #r Determined Dependable Dedicated Paid for by the Comnittt! to elect Buck [ )avis Gelw Fryer. Chairman D-Davis 'lreaurer Callaway Rallies to Defeat By Bryan Geter The Callaway Cavaliers came from behind late in the fourth quarter Friday afternoon and defeated the Carver Panthers, 33- 32 at Lakewood Stadium in Atlanta for their third victory of the season. The Cavaliers took a 14-0 lead in the first period on a touchdown pass from Chris Smith and a 86 yard run from speedster Jay Brewer. Carver came back with three unanswered touchdowns to take a 18-14 lead into the lockerrrom at the break. Carver was leading 32-26 late in the ball game. After a 19 yard touchdown by Carver, Kowalski Patterson took the ensuing kickoff to Callaway's 45. On third down, Brewer dashed by the Panthers into the endzone on a 31 yard scamper. Brent Matheny booted the ll u n m m m m m m m u m m m m m m m m m m m m n m n I 1 ' Golden Corral Buck, I Monday Nights Only! , For Everybody 4 p.m. til close | LaGrange, GA In Your Group) I | ONLY S ! ! P.A.T. To give the Cavaliers the lead and evenually the win. The CAVS defense stopped the Panthers on four downs to preserve the win. "It's great to win again," An elated Head Coach Sonny Gumming said after the game. "It was an offensive shootout and we were able to dig down and score on the final drive." Cummings said he was proud of the kids and their efforts. Brewer rushed for 301 yards and scored three TDs for CaUaway on the night. He now has rushed for more than 1400 yards and has scored 15 touchdowns on the year. Callaway will finish the sea- son Saturday night against the powerful Grim Eagles, who defeated Manchester last week, 35-20. The game will be at Callaway Stadium at 7:30 p.m. Eric Logan Wegienka Mr. & Mrs. Kerry Wegienka are the proud parents of a son born October 20, 2000 at West Georgia Medical Center in LaGrange. He has been named Eric Logan and weighed 8 lbs. 12 ozs. and 22 1/2 inches long. Maternal grandparents are MI'. & Mrs. Coleman Brown of Hogansville. Paternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs.Vern Wegienka of Hogansville. Great granddaddy is Mr. Dorsey Montgomery of Roosterville. He has a sister, Anna Wegienka. The mother is the former Kristy Brown. By Chad LEADING RUSHER - Callaway's Jay Brewer made it as he picked up 301 yards and three touchdowns Carver Panthers last Friday. Brewer now has gained 1400 yards on the season with 15 TD's. Callaway won the 33-32, VOTE t;OR AND ELECT T M MILLS BET00[,ER IDEAS for a Better Geo:.gia Tom Mills has a Tax Plan • • Tom Mills will work to restructure Georgia's tax plan. He will work to eliminate the income tax and freeze the residential property tax. He will work to establish dollar for dollar 'tax credits lbr prescription medications for Georgia's senior citizens. • Tom Mills will work to return 25% of all sales tax receipts to the county of origin. • Tom Mills will work to establish tax-exempt medical savings accounts for Georgia's citizens. Carolyn Garcia, legislative Director, GA Right to Life; 2rid Vice Chairwoman, West, Georgia Republican Party Tom Mills has a Golden Choices Plan • Make sure that seniors and their doctors -- not HMO bureaucrats - make all health care related decisions. • Bring lower prescription drug prices and better prescription drag coverage options for Georgia's seniors. • Help create long-term care assistance insurance that protects seniors from catastrophic sicknesses that can wipe out life savings in only weeks or months or force seniors into nursing homes when they would rather stay in their own homes. Tom Mills has a Plan to Help Families • Tom Mills will vote only for legislation that upholds the integrity of the traditional fami- • Tom Mills will work for "Troth in Sentencing" legislation which would require felons to serve at least 90% of their ntences with a mandatory 10 years added to any crime committed with a firearm, • Tom Mills will work to establish tax-exempt medical savings accounts tbr Georgia's citizens. • Torn Mills will encourage mentoring programs through schools, civic clubs and churches to give our children a reason to avoid a life of crime. I believe Tom will make an excellent Senator, representing the constituency with honesty and integrity. -- Tom Mills has an Education Plan • Tom Mills will focus on improving reading skills in early grades by inmxlucing the "ABC Initiative" for Georgia's schools. • Our children should not be moved up to the next grade even when they are failing their current grade. Tom Mills will work to end "social promotion". • Tom Mills will redirect bureaucratic spending to Georgia's classrooms to fund science labs, computer labs and foreign language instruction for our students. • Tom Mills will work to restore Teachers Aides to our classrooms. Georgia's students deserve the individual attention needed to help them learn. • Our children de, serve a safer school environment. Tom Mills will work to remove chronically disruptive or dangerous students from school bus and classrooms. • Tom Mills will work to make Georgia's schools competitive in the employment market. We need the best and brightest teachers for our children. Your strength of character and personal experience qualifies you as the person who will get the job done right. Your ,sense of traditional values and knowledge of issues is what is needed to take us into this new Century. I look forward to working with you in the future, -- Annette B. Johnson Tom will not "go along to get along." It will not be business as usual in the State House. He is a strong constitutionalist and will fight to protect our fights. -- Pare Glamon, Past State Senatorl District 34, Senate Pro-Life and Pro-Gun Leader. ... your stand on smaller, less ina'usive government will empower Georgia's citizens. Linda Herren, I st Vice-Chairwoman, Georgia GOP Tom_ Mills is a pro-life and has the endorsement of Georgia Right to Life! Tom Mills is endorsed by the Heritage Preservation Association of Georgia! Tom Mills is endorsed by Gun Owners of America and received an "A" rating from the National Rifle Association, the high- est rating a non-incumbent may receive. State 00;enate District 29 lqovember 7 --Paid for by Friends of'Tom Mills, Will Oubre, Chron., Kay Elam, Treas. November 2 Bea Ann Jones, Anderson, Mike Smith, Bowles, Steven Shiflett Mrs. Shane Searels, November 3 Janetha Jones, November 4 Christy Searels, Ray Whitt, Mr. and Mrs. Gaddy, amtiversary. November 5 Charles Gamble, Erin Mike Williamson, Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Withers, anniversary. November 6 J.H. Culberson, Kim Michelle Drake, Mr. G.B. Head, Jr. November 7 Curtis Prophitt, Jimmy N. Robinson, November 8 Dawn Howell, Wegienka, Margie and Mrs. J.C. Daniel Continued from Page 2 ing a photograph of the from any public or lege, university, or technical or prc located within the Georgia; (7) A valid Georgia or fishing license; (8) A valid carry a pistol or revolver; (9) A valid pilot's issued by the Federal Administration or ized agency of the (10', itary identification card; (l 1) A certified copy elector's birth certificate; (12) A valid social card; (13) Certified documentation; or (14) A certified records showing adoption, or sex change. (b) If an elector is produce any of the items c tification listed in of this Code section he shall sign a in a form approved Secretary of State, distinct from certificate, swearing or ing that he or she is the] identified on the certificate. Such person allowed to vote delay. Falsely , ing such statement shall be punishable as and the penalty shall be ly set forth on the statement.