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When Dads Meet Doughnuts -3A nes Thanked Efforts i -lOA Th Formerly The Hogansville Herald Serving the Hogansville-Grant00ille Area Since 1944 PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA   PERMIT NO 35 VOL. 60, NO. 46 HOGANSVILLE, GEORGIA - THURSDAY, NOV. 13, 2003 10 PAGES 1 SECTION 1 INSERT ,50 Planning Underway For Yule Parade Fugitive Arrested By CLINT CLAYBROOK Hogansville's annual Christmas Parade is sched- uled for Saturday, Dec. 6 and people putting the parade together need to know who the participants will include. Sign-up for participating in the parade is on-going and there is no entry fee. A parade application form can be found on Page 5-A of today's Home News and the forms can be picked up at Community Bank and Trust, Flag Bank, Just For You Antiques, The Video Place, Roger's "Pit-Cooked" Barbecue or by contacting Toni Striblin at 706-637-4959. Faxes may be sent to Striblin at 706-637-4100. Parade organizers said this week that "We need parade participants. No Entry Fee!. (We're) looking for floats and vehicles, marching groups and bands, churches, civic groups, busi- nesses, schools, industry representatives, first-time entries, people and animals, drum lines, majorettes, flag twirlers, singers and beau- ty queens and kings." This year's parade theme is "A Holly Jolly Christmas." Line-up for the parade on Dec. 6 will be at 4 p.m. Judging will begin at 4:15 p.m. and the parade through town will begin at 5 p.m. "Every entry must be decorated for Christmas," the organizers said. There will be carolers all along the route downtown as well as free Christmas treats for children. Santa will be ready to see the children at the pavilion after the parade, the organ- izers said.  ' ..... By Clint Claybrook SETTING THE MOOD - Jennifer Jones, right, and Trisha Bell are helping get Hogansville ready for the fast-approaching Christmas season. They're shown deco- rating a tree that shoppers will see at Just For You Antiques. The city's official Christmas Parade will be Saturday, Dec. 6. At House 'Troup's Most Wanted' Caught At Residence in Hogansville By JOHN KUYKENDALL Troup County Sheriff's deputies arrested one of Troup's most wanted fugi- tives and another man in Hogansville on Thursday, Nov. 6, according to Troup County Sheriff Donny ]hrner. "The man was one of our top 10 most wanted fugi- tives," Turner said after the arrest. "We had outstanding warrants on him for traffick- ing cocaine and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute." tody at a residence on Brooks Road in Hogansville. The charges had been pending on Cameron since May 1, 2003 when a search warrant was executed at a North Boyd Road address in Hogansville by drug agents. "While deputies were at the Brooks Road address arresting Cameron, they made contact with another man being sought in the May 1 incident as well," Turner said. Deputies found Rodriques Deon Cameron at the Brooks Road address, who had previously been charged in the same incident as Santardura Cameron and was currently out on bond on charges of trafficking in cocaine and possession of marijuana with the intent to distribute. However, Rodriques Cameron will now face additional charges. According to Turner, Rodriques Cameron sold $150 worth of suspected cocaine to an undercover on Sept. 17 and $150 to another agent on Sept. 24. Rodriques Cameron was sub- sequently charged with two counts of sale of suspected cocaine and two counts of unlawful use of a communi- cation facility during the commission of a drug trans- action (using a telephone to sale drugs). Both men are currently being held in the Troup County Jail without bond. HOGANSVILLE DEATHS Services were held Wednesday for Jerry W. McWhorter, 59, who died Monday at West Georgia Medical Center. A U.S. Navy veteranof the Vietnam conflict, he lived in Hogansville most of his life, Details, Other Deaths, 6A Cause Damage; Get Cars Started By CLINT CLAYBROOK It must have been an incompetent car thief or bumbling thieves that tried to make off with at least three different vehicles from the Parking lot at Industrial Specialty Fabrics in I-Iogansville recently. On Nov. 5, while a police fficer was working one case involving illegally entering an automobile at the parking lot, 'e noticed another vehi- cle with the driver's side win- dow broken out and they did the same thing to this vehi- cle," the officer reported. "They took the steering Wheel collar off and tried to start (the car)." The vehicle in that case belonged to Rachard Norton, Who said that her billfold was taken from the vehicle. The billfold contained two credit Cards, her driver's license nd Social Security Card, Police were told. THE OTHER CAR to thieves had done the Same thing was a 1996 Honda ivic belonging to Florenthin 1. Martinez of 510 S. Lee St., according to that police In a separate incident, Pamela Gail Watson report- ed that while she was at work at the ISF Plant that day, somebody attempted to break into her 1992 Chevrolet Lumina while it was in the plant's parking lot. That effort resulted in "considerable damage to the driver's side window," according to that police report, which said that "at this time several other cars were damaged" in the parking lot during that night. ALSO, according to police reports: Sabrina Zelaya told police on Nov. 1 that some- body had gone into her auto- mobile and taken a bank card belonging to her mother, Martha Lindsey. Zelya told police that she discovered the card was missing while she was cleaning out the vehicle. Also, according to anoth- er report to police, Dennis Michael ' H. White of 110 Brazell St. reported that on Nov. 3, somebody went into his 1988 Crown Victoria in that parking lot and took a number of CD's and a bottle containing some 70 prescrip- tion Xanax pills, It was unclear where it was parked. By Clint Claybrook VETERANS' SCENE- Decorations were up early this week for the Veterans Day Ceremony on Tuesday at Calvin Hipp Memorial Park near downtown Hogansville. World War II veterans were saluted, along with others who have served in the U.S. military. Veterans Day Crowd Small, But Grateful By CLINT CLAYBROOK Only a few dozen people gathered at Calvin Hipp Memorial Park in Hogansville on Tuesday to pay tribute to America's men and women in uni- form. There was particular emphasis on Veterans Day on the veterans who in many quarters are credited with "sav- ing the world" during the titanic strug- gles of World War II. HogansviUe City Councilman Jack Leidner, who served his time in the U.S. Army, was the featured speaker: He reminded the crowd of veterans' sacrifices that "are the foundation of American freedom." Calling attention to the monument in the park that pays tribute to Hogansville's veterans, he noted that "it helps to remind us that there are faces and families behind each name" of those who paid the ultimate price for freedom and never returned from America's wars. "Today, Veterans Day, we say thank you to all of those service personnel we are so fortunate to have still among us as friends, nghbors and family," he said. See VETERANS, Page 2A