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PAGE 2" HOGANSVIIJ HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOV. 8, 2001 .... Support our Troops! STARBAND. StarBanci  Service High-Speed 2-Way Internet Access It&apos;s always on and it's available virtually everywhere! Get your phone back! Uses the same Dish antenna as your TV. No land%ased IP needed! ;< J ADT WIRELESS Home Security Completely wireless! NO CHARGE for equipment (standard package)* NO ACTIVATION FEE!* FREE Installation.* C; '>" ?, 3t ' i;4" :q .3%0[ t J re!r  ?e5 Digital Home Plan with DishPVR Zap commercials! Pause, rewind, record live TVi NO EQUIPMENT TO BU $49.99 Aivation Fee indudes installation and first month's viewing. Digital Home Plans i as low as 99.99 month! One year commitment and valid credit card required. NOWWI00UPTO 00flVUS! call for toils All for I Cavs Make Playoff record is 6-1 in 5-AA and 7 1 overall. By J. Dan Stout Callaway's next regular season game is --., November 16 at Callaway Stadium LastFriday'sbig63-20winoverCrim against the Greenville Patriots. puts the Cavs into the playoff picture Callaway needs Manchester to lose their for sure. Callaway remains tied with last game of the season which is unlike- Lamar County and Manchester for first ly. place in Region 5-AA. The Cavaliers' On a tentative basis it looks like Callaway would match up Cartersville, Calhoun, or the first week of playoff Cartersville defeated Darlington 17 last Friday A year ago Cartersville the Manchester Blue Devils in action. llaway Demolishes Crim, By J. Dan Stout CaUaway roils to six wins in a row with a big 63 to 20 win over Crim. The game was held at Lakewood Stadium in Atlanta. Prior to the game Cavs head coach said he was "scared" about the Crim team's ability to return punts and kickoffs. He was right. Anytime Callaway kicked in a conven- tional manner, Crim returned it for big yardage or a score. Callaway kickers used on- sides kicks or kicked away from the Crim receivers. The 63 points is a school record for Callaway. Callaway's victory came from a big team effort and a lot of people scored. Senior running back Jay Brewer is Production (Heavy uftg ) ,/Gollecttons / Admin./ImsiMant (vvoou m) /CSR (Pt-trne) CHASE STAFFING ..... Rd_.Suite 10 Newnan, Ga 770-252-2202 Fax Resurres 770-252-242t www.chasestaffing.com 5'i0" and 210 pounds. He has played four years for the Cavs. He rolled up four touch- downs against Crim. One was on a kickoff return. Brewer is Callaway's big weapon. Adrian Ham wears jersey no. 4. He is listed as a 165 pound freshman. Ham had two touch- downs. One was a 70 yard punt return. "Marquis Rosser made a great punt return," said Coach Cummings. The hafftime score was 35 to 12 Callaway. Senior full- back Brian Hester scored a touchdown. Senior linebacker Mark Hajdasz West gathered up a blocked punt for another Callaway score. Junior full- back no. 34 Tony Stargill blasted in for another Cav T.D. Callaway went to the bench for most of the second half on offense. Crim did manage to block a CaUaway punt. Roderick Stephens was big on the Cavalier defensive line. Coach Cummings had lots of compliments for the Cavs coaching staff after the game. "Our defense has really come alive," Cummings said. KEY ROLE - Brian Moore, No. 60, takes a breather last minute of the Decatur game. Brian is a so and has started every game at right offensive guard. By J. STANDOUT - Hajdasz West Callaway with les from his linebacker Mark blocked punt touchdown in Crim game. Crime Stoppers Board ,pproves $50 Reward for Anonymous The Troup County Crime Stoppers Board of Directors met Thursday night and approved one reward for $,50.00. The caller gave information about the whereabouts of a person wanted on a war- rant for theft. The caller with code number 5870 should call 812-1000 to receive information about how to claim their reward. 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President Ralph Johnson vened the meeting. Prayer was offered and the Pled Flag recited. Vice President Alonza Ransom presented special District Representatives for the Georgia General Jeff Brown and Carl Von Epps, and Senator Daniel Lee  addressed the Association. Issues discussed included tricting, the voting process, status of the lottery, for private schools, and the economy in general. Mr. and Mrs. John (Cynthia) Estes brou voting machine to the meeting for demonstration Participants had a chance to see and practice voting. type of electronic voting machine will be used Troup County on November 6th. A PRICE COMMUNICATIONS CORPORATION Company Listed on be New York Stock Exchange - symbol PR " lhll l d Nlt and "cekend minutes alid in Feature ( oxcrage Area only, Free long distance during nights weekends xalid from home market to the 4 states on the Southeast Regional plan. and flora hmrve nmrket to th [;S and Canada on the Natiorull One plan. 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