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PAGE 2-A HOGANSVlLLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, 1VIARCH 21, 2002 Suppoi-t our Troops [ Judge Whafley Handles Full Judge Robert Whatley requirement and fined •Robert Joseph Grant charged with Let us help you find that perfect dream home! Call any of our Agents €=l.  Emmett Askew • Joe Lee Sandra Stephens • Jan Gay Tf  MemberandOf LaGrange Multi-List Personal Property To Be Sold. Units A-16, A-18, and A-19 in the Hogansville Mini Storage Facility. Sale Will Take Place NoSooner Than March 26, 2002 Unless Satisfied. Hogansville Mini Storage 401 E. Main St. Hogansville, GA 30230 I disposed of a large number $76.50. of court cases in Hogansville •Mark R. Castleberry, Recorder's Court last wek,, charged with speeding 85/70 Charges ranged from-,was fined $115.00, speeding to D.U.I. • Kevin M. Allen was charged with speeding 89/70 and fined $115.00. • Andrew Steven Ashby was charged with speeding 92/70 and his license was sus- pended. • Robert Stanley, who was also charged with speeding 91/70, was fined $140.00. • Jeremy Jerome Bennett was charged with speeding 89/70 and a Failure to Appear warrant was issued. *Brent Edward Bishop was also charged with speed- ing 89/70 fined $59.25. • Lawrence Lee Borders was charged with driving with no proof of insurance and fined $59.25. *Christopher A. Brown was charged with speeding 86/70 and a Failure to Appear warrant was issued. • W.T. Cameron was charged with no seat belt child restraint and fined $38.00. Cameron was also charged with taillight • Nancy Faith Copeland failed to stop at a railroad crossing and was fined $217.50. • Larry Donnell Cotton was found guilty of driving with no license on person and fined $17.00. • Shannon Allen Curosi was charged with speeding 91/70 and fined $140.00. • Richard Mark Deckard was charged with speeding 87/70 and a Failure to Appear "warrant was issued. • Denise Faye Denworth was charged with disregard- ing a stop sign. The case was bound over to State Court. • Charlie R. Edmondson, Jr. was found guilty of speed- ing 8.5/70 and fined $115.00. • Britteny Marie Franks was charged with speeding 85/70 and fined $115.00. • Brinson Gates, Jr. was found guilty of public drunk- enness and fined $675.00. He was also sentenced to 10 days community service and six months probation. 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Hydrostatic transmission, roll-over protection, seat bell wet brakes aml all of the OSHA approved safety feaas on this new Grand L Kubota will make her a professional tractor operator in quick time safely. Best of "all a new Kulx tractor is an excel- lent investment. Kubota quality, longevity and high resale value will last for many years to cone. We have fles records to prove Kutx)ta tractors, that are 10 to 20 years old, sell for much more than they (ginally sold for new. Volmne sales, and Kul:xa's low cost financ- ing (as low as 3.99 A.ER. for 36 months with approved credit) and NO DOWN PAYMENT, make your tractor purchase more appealing and rive you money. Kutxta Tractors' prices .,;ave you htmdrcxt, in some cases thousands, over John Deem and New Holland. The superior quality of Kulxa Tractors is tuunatched by any other trac- tor. You must come see the new kubota Tractors. They are truly the "I_exus of Tractors". You can be assured you are buying your new Kulx tractor from a quality dealer. Service and Call Waverly Hall Farm & ,actor Inc. 7610 Georgia Highway. 85 at (706) 582.3194. parts are just as close as your phone. We wiU go out of our way, no matter where you live, to service your new or used Kubota trac- tor. Don't forget that Waverly Hall Farm and Tractor carries one of the most complete lines of three-point hitch equipment found in this area including Bushogs, post hole diggers, finishing mowers, rotary tillers, all purpose plows, planters and many more attachments. So ffyou are in construction, or grounds care, a serious farmer or a hobby farmer, come see us for your needs. We have put it all together at one location -- best brand names, best service, best quality and best price and financing found any- where. Guaranteed. Be sure your purchase is backed by proven service. Ask to see the service department and meet the personnel that will keep your Kubota tractor running strong in the future. You'll like the way we do business at Waverly Hall Farm & Tractor. Our cusloraers are the most t people in the wold! K,.Ibofa. was charged with speeding 87/70 and failed to appear. A warrant was issued. • Ida May Gray who was found guilty of speeding 88/70 was fined $115.00. *Jeffery Robert Harrell was charged with speeding 86/70. A Failure to Appear warrant was issued. • Gregory Haynes was found guilty of speeding 71/55 and was fined $94.25. .James Daniel Herndon was found guilty of operat- ing a vehicle without a valid tag and fined $59.25. *Michael L. Hudson was charged with speeding 90/70, failed to appear and his license was suspended. *Randy Leon Hutchins who was found guilty of driv- ing with an expired tag was fined $105.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation. He was also found guilty of driv- ing with no insurance and fined $1275.00 and sentenced to 12 months probation as well as driving on a suspended license for which he was fined $795.00, sentenced to 12 months probation, and five days community service. *M.S. detha was charged with speeding 87/70 and fined $115,00. • David Anthony Johnson who was found guilty of speeding 86/70 was fined $115.00. *Kendrick Johnson was charged with speeding 88/70 and failed to appear. A war- rant was issued. *Lavonia Michelle Johnson was charged with speeding 93/70 and fined $140.00. • Charlie S. Jones was charged with speeding 88/70 and a Failure to Appear war- rant was issued. *Rebecca Brown Jones was found guilty of speeding 88/70 and fined $115.00. *Aresha Seline Leffore was charged with speeding 86/70 and failed to appear. A warrant was issued. sHerman Eugene Lewis, Jr. was found guilty of speed- ing 87/70 and fined $115.00. *Morris -Lewis was charged with D.U.I. and fail- ure to maintain lane. These cases were continued to April 11. • Susan Elise Lowe was charged with speeding 89/70 and fined $115.00. • Tonyia A. Lucks was found guilty of speeding 95/70 and fined $168.00. • Reginald C. Marks was charged with speeding 91/70 and fined $140.00. • Ralph T. Mattingly was charged with D.U.I., hit and run, and driving with a sus- pended license. These cases were continued until April 11. *Wanda Kay McClellan was found guilty of driving with an expired tag and fined $66.s8. *Lena Lashen McDaniel was found guilty of speeding and fined $115.00. • Karen B. Mckenzie was and fined $140.00. • John Joseph was charged with 92/70 and fined • Donald Lynn found guilty of and fined $1275.00 to 12 months gram, 10 days service, and Rite Aid. *Joshua Paul charged with stop sign and fined charged with and failed to appear. rant was issued. *Nathaniel Odomes was found speeding 84/70 $76.50. *Dennis ( guilty of having an tag and fined $76.50. • Eddie B. charged with closely and fined charged with and fined $115.00. • Peggy E char for railroad crossing case was April 11. •Robbie was charged with shoplifting, had the tinued until April 1 I. *JoseI suspended $1275.00 and bation. Pruitt charged with requirement and and sentenced to 121 probation. *Rizoberto Rubio failed to speeding charge Failure to Appear was issued. •Edward charged with and a Failure to rant was issued. •Charles who was charged ing 91/70 a warrant was *William B. charged with and fined $I15.00. was found guilty 92/70 and fined: • Angela Lynn charged with and fined $140.00. •Jonathan was found guilty garding a stop sign $76.50. • Marti Lisa charged with bench ,Douglas was charged with 86/70 and fined : • Randy Eugene was found guilty 86/70 was fined •TamunT Tigner was driving with an license and fined • Ricky G. charged and fined $115.00. 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