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November 8, 2001

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Big Job Hogansville Native New Security Director By J. Dan Stout Hogansville native Moses Ector will become the DeKalb County Director of Homeland Security. He will assume his new position around December 1 of this year. The job is similar to the federal office started by President Bush. Ector at one time was a police officer in Hogansville. He joined the Georgia Bureau of Investigation in 1972. Ector was a Vietnam veteran and served on the Georgia Boxing Commission. He started his GBI career as a Special Agent and is now retiring as Deputy Assistant Director. IMPORTANT ROLE - Hogansville native Moses Ector is now DeKalb County&apos;s Director of Homeland Security. etired Teachers to Meet Nov. 15 The Troup Retired Educators Association meet on Thursda); November 15, 11:30 Highland Country Club. LaGrange. The Rev. Dr. Clarence Sams. pastor of Baptist Church of Fannin Street, will be the featured speaker. President Ralph Johnson invites all retired educators in the area to attend this meeting. Point Route Book Awaitect Railfans are awaiting the a new book on Atlanta & West Point and Western RailwayofA]abama. The book will be by Bob Hanson, who earlier authored a book on the Georgia Road. The A&WP served Hogansville for many years. Lunch Menus Announced November 12 Taco salad, lettuce, toma- cheese, whole kernel corn, bread, choice of milk. 13 coleslaw, french choice of milk. thdays November 14 Manager's choice. November 15 Turkey and dressing with giblet gravy, cranberry sauce, seasoned green beans, sweet potatoes, school baked roll, choice of milk. November 16 Cheeseburger, lettuce and tomato, french fries, fresh fruit, choice of milk. ve rsi, , .......... , .... November 1 Jean Arnold, William Mr. and Mrs. Chuck and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Barber, anniver- November 2 Bea Ann Jones, Callie Mike Smith, Robi Steven Shiflett, Mr. Mrs. Shane Searels, November 3 Janetha Jones, Amy Conway. November 4 Christy Searels, Julie Cook, Ray Whirr, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gad@, anniversary. November 5 Charles Gamble, Erin Askew, Mike Williamson, Nancy Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Withers, anniversary. November 6 J.H. Culberson, Kim Shirah, Michelle Drake, Mr. and Mrs. G.B. Head, Jr., anniversary. November 7 Curtis Prophitt, Janice Cook, Jimmy N. Robinson, Birdis Shaw. Saturday November 10 th 10:00 AM Rain Date: November 17  WIN HAMS WIN TURKEYS WIN BACON WIN GUNS Proceeds go to the Optimist Club's Christmas Empty Stocking Fund for Needy Children. I-h. 29 Behind the American Legion Hogansville Program Helps Residents Struggling With Utility Bills Community Action For Improvement, Inc. is admin- istering the 2002 Energy Assistance Program for Carroll, Coweta, Heard, Meriwether and Troup coun- ties. The Energy Assistance Program will begin on November 1, 2001 beginning with the "Homebound" phase. From November 1, 2001 until December 3, 2001 ue will accept applications from those persons who are "medically homebound," or those households with a per- son(s) 65 years of age or older. For those persons not eligi- ble during the "homebound phase," we will accept appli- cations beginning December 3, 2001. The Energy Assistance Program will help pay heat- ing costs for gas, electricity, wood, coal or kerosene. One- time payments will be made primarily by checks issued u) the home energy supplier on behalf of eligible house- holds. When applying for assis- tance, persons must bring pr(n)f of gross income for all household members for the last 30 days. This can be pay- check stubs, public assis- tance checks, unemployment award letters, etc. Applicants must also bring the Social Security number for each person 18 years and older in the household and the most recent home heating bill. All eligible households must be responsible for their home heating costs. Eligibility for the program is based on the gross income of all members of the household. Additional funds may bu available for those pt:rs;n, 65 years of age or kh:', responsible for pavinp h:: gas bill and receive gas f% an AGL marketer Municipal and any o h gas customers not servxt an AGL marketer are ineli<i- ble for these supplemen:d funds. PAY OFF AI.I, YOU B ILLS One low rrK)r'dJly payt_ Loans secured by Houses, Land, Mobile Homes & Land Good or Bad Credit From 6.9% to 30 years. 1-800-553-9256 Greenville Mortgage Corp. 109 Court Sq. Greenville, GA "Ga F:ntial Moagage tJcense" i (770) 253-7256 WOLVERINE. "'--'"--.--- DU if06) 884-7844 TRTRanch &SupplyCo. THIS WEEK EN'IIRE STOCK For Sale FIJN & iS AND PRIZES TOO! GREAT PRIZES 1 ) Howard Miller Grandfather Clock 2) t9" "SANYO" Color TV 3) 4 pc. Steel Oval Roaster 4) Deluxe 12 Cup Coffee Maker 5) Electric Deep Fryer + 12 Other Great Pric Game E,,, Dec 22, 2001# i Name COLLECT ISLES Nov. 8 - Nov. 15 NOTHING I$ HELD B.K... HURRY! t