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November 15, 2001

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PAGE 2-A HO(;ANSVnI}: HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, Nov. 15, 2001 [DI300 TR /.DI NG PO$ T -7-,, 123 West Main Street * Manchester * (706) 846-3620 • Handguns • Shotguns • Rifles Famous brand such as Mossberg, Remington, Winchester, Taurus, Ruger, Beretta and Glock to name a few. Check with us for pricing on your favorite home defense firearms. Let us special order that one-of- kind rifle or handgun, if it's not already here. GEORGIA RESIDENTS improve your skills or change careers At West Georgia Technical College, you can use the HOPE Grant to pay your tuition and books. There is no grade requirements to get the HOPE Grant, but you must be a Georgia resident. HURRY -- Application Deadline is December 6, 2001 Call 706.845.4323 NOW! WEST GEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE 303 Fort Drive • LaGrange • 706.845.4323 w w.westga.tec.ga,us I I Optimist Club Donates Flagpole By d. Dan Stout Veterans' Day was Monday and a most appro- priate day to present a flag- pole. Frances Robinson with the Hogansville Optimist Club brought the pole. It was installed by the City, thanks to John Waggoner and Pete Crosby. The 1:00 o'clock pro- gram was opened by the Hogansville Community Improvement Association, Inc. The director is O'Berian Geter. The invocation was pre- sented by Rev. Carolynn Cameron. Then all gathered at the site of the old West Side PIN & GAM[$ AND PRIZES TOO! GREAT PRIZ[S 1 ) Howard Miller Grandfather Clock 2) 19" "SANYO" Color TV 3) 4 pc, Steel Oval Roaster 4) Deluxe 12 Cup Coffee Maker 5) Electric Deep Fryer + 12 Other Great Prices Game Ends Dec. 22, 2001 Name Address City State__ By J. Dan Stout PATRIOTIC ACT - The Optimist Club presented a new flagpole to Hogansville Pre- K class. Holding the flag, left to right, are Mayor Wilson St. Clair, School Director O'Berian Geter, and City Manager David Aldrich. School sang "God Bless Mrs. Frances Robinson. icewithwordsofthanksand America" led by the Pre-K Mayor Wilson St. Clair gratitude that we all have class, and City Manager David the right to raise and salute The flag was raised by Aldrich concluded the serv- our flag. Hogansville Christmas Parade Set Nov. The 2001 Hogansville Christmas Parade will be held on Friday, November 30 at 6:00 p,m. The theme this year is Christmas Is for Children - Young and Old. Applications are available for your convenience at Hagg Bank, B B @ T, and the library. Persons can also call Joan DeMarrais at 637-6365. We would love to have as many floats as possible, but will also welcome trucks, cars, and motorized cycles. Marching bands, dancers, and ers are also invited to participate. Please come, help us make this great parade. II o , •, ii [Έ(1771 ..........  .... /J. THE BUCK STOPS HERE - Hogansville Fire Department responded Monday to an auto collision with a deer on Hwy. 29 North. No humans were injured. Court C00tses Make for Full was charged with no proof of insurance and improper tag. THIS VI/IEEK ENTIRE STOQ( For Sale COLLECTIBLE De 56 •  C • S ,. ,.f. y0's e ,y. c,a . myan Bake,. Cc4 PO0 & Fr • C . , Moo Moo. s Tas • Frameok •  woesp • y D Olszew@i  • Lynn Nancy Saraas • Ppka S,,'rtas Lge.Js • Thomas Kkad’ • Radk) . Tt RJg)t Sae Sff • Hatxx  • Snow . W;tcr Sitbot H',mel • Bcaa ,net HURRY! Sale Starts Nov. 14 - Nov. 21 NOTHING I$ HELD" BACK. Both cases were continued until December 13. *Glenn Richard Lopez, charged with tag light required, driving without a license, and seat belt viola- tion, had his cases continued until December 13. .Darrell Allen Mayo was charged with disorderly con- duct. He was fined $415.00, five days community service, and six months probation. *Jason W. McDoweU was charged with no tag and no proof of insurance. A bench warrant was issued. -John Eason McKeehan was fined $91.50 and six months probation for having an expired tag and was fined $675.00 and 12 months pro- bation for no proof of insur- ance. *Jeremy Shane Norton, charged with noise violation, and fined $76.50. *Robbie Robinson was found in violation of the leash law and was fined $155.00 and six months probation. *Zackry Oneal Smith, who was charged with speed- ing 55/35 and failure to appear, had his license sus- pended. *Eric Spencer Nelson was fined $76.50 for passing in a no passing zone. oDebra C. Standard was found to be in violation of the leash control law and $285.00 plus five days murdty service. ,r4 *Lloyd E. R and possession of mari less than one ounce, had .cases continued December 13. charged with driving with suspended license and drive off. A bench was issued. *Christopher Lee was charged with having altered tag his license was sus These cases were until December 13. STATE OF GEORGIA, TROUP COUNTY TO THE HONORABLE ALLEN B. KEEBLE AND QUILUAN A. BALDWIN, JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURT, COWETA JUDICIAL CIR- CUIT: We, the members of the Troup County Grand Jury drawn and sworn for the 812-9170 HOGANSVILLE Mini Storage 116 WEST MAIN ST. I44 UNITS AVAILABLE 5x10 ft. up to 10x20 ft. CONTACT: ASKEW-LASATER REALTY 40t E Main St, Hlle, GA 30230 I A SE PROVIOED BY: I I JET MANAGEMENT Now Offering -==- November 2001 Term, respect- fully make the following pre- sentments: We wish to express our appreciation to District Attorney Peter John Skandalakis and all who assist- ed him in the preparation and presentation of the cases brought before us for action. We commend the District Attorney and his staff for their professionalism and attention to detail. Their presentations were invaluable in making our decisions. We also wish to thank Mr. Marion Carson and Mr. Donald Neese, our bailiffs, for their effi- ciency and support. We com- mend law enforcement per- sonnel, who came before us, whose dedication to duty deserves our support, encour- agement, and sincere thanks. We are impressed with their demonstrated diligence and competence. Grand Juror, Juror, and Bailiff fees: The Grand Jury was charged with the responsibili- ty of recommending to the County Commissioners the fees for next year's Grand Jurors, Jurors and Bailiffs. The Grand Jury respectfully rec- ommends that Grand Juror and Juror fees be set at $50.00 a day, and Bailiff fees be set at $70.00 a day. We respectfully request that the County Commissioners give serious consideration to increasing Grand Juror and Juror fees. This recommendation to raise Grand Juror and Juror fees is made to help offset the child care expenses, traveling expenses, and loss of wages incurred by jurors who called to serve Respectfully Maurice C. Gall E. Sherman, Foreperson: Maurice Adams Gall E. Sherman, Clerk Barbara B. Ball Maria D. Oliver Patricia L. Waiters Betty F. Head Vicki L. Isbell Charlotte D. Hester Johnnle G. Heath Vivian D. Snider Rubin E. Hogg, Jr. Tony L. Stargell Helen L. Cash Ashley C. Anderson Elizabeth C. Shannon DustinG. Barnes Kimberly L. Hadley Patricia K. Teaver Dottle W. Henson Elizabeth R=Doerr Kimberly A. Schoonover Loretta A. Beall Mary J. Hudson STATE OF GEORGIA, TROUP COUNTY The within p received in Open 6th day of 2001 It is ordered that in presentments be ente upon the minutes of Superior Court, made a thereof, and advertised as ommended. AND IT IS this the 6th day of 2001. Allen B. Judge of Superior Troup County, (11:15)