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386 23 JIM CLAYBLrp PO BOX 1648 Golfers Hit Mark- 10A Callaway Val Named - 3,8, Tech Honor Grads - 2A ansvil The H Formerly The Hogansville Herald Received Each Week in 4,000 Homes in the Hogansville-GrantviUe Area PRSRT STD A([O U S. POSTAGE PAID ANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 1 <i - Pictured above are the 2001 Callaway High School Honorgradtes getting ready for one of the biggest of their lives Honor grads include: Mandy Aldrich, Keith Brown, Keon Copeland, Jia He, Patrick Smith, Stacey David Hickox, Rachel Hooten, Jennifer Jones, Christy Perdue, Zachary Speer, Sequeena Glenn, Michael Maltese, Heather Murphy, Kdstin Pifmaan and Shaina Spradlin. Goes Back to 26th Cutoff Date Hogansville City Council has : returning to the city's origi- date on the 26th of each warmer weather as the to the cut off date. The the cutoff date in January more time to pay rising utili- will be assessed laonth: bills must be day on the end IMayor I Clair (L) a n d J immy Jakson distrained the future :of the a decisieo on whether to " the  of the library building and po the 0000ao00raof00 Dick Wacht of the library board made the request during the nmmhly meeting on May 7. He stated changing ownership would give the library board a chance to expand the facil- ityas needed. Wacht said when House Bill 489 goes into effect, funding for all library and recreation services will gradually move to the county. "It wild be the responsibility of the coun- ty, then," he said. Mayor Wilson St. Clair stated the city would want a guarantee if the building is ever sold or a new one was built, it would be con- structed in Hogansville. But Councilman Jimmy Jackson said the council needed to study the situation before making a decision. Track Ends at State r Girls'IPackand third at highlight for Callaway state timeof 100 meter run. performance this wa_s the 10" state 00th= the ht00- eve for the Lady - Crystal - a new school 2nd- Cry0000d -2nd- Runners-up and 200d- RecxccL , . . . By Scym @s in his front yard on -. Mare b'treet m rmgarw., r.ga.r, ners are pretty sure the Oaid weati'r is behind us now ano some pretty warm okays are lust aneaa. J fill i Hill l :? " I I! I City Court Hands Out Big Fines Judge Robert Whatley dis- posed of a large number of court cases in Hogansville Recorder's Court last week. Charges ranged from expired tag to possession of marijuana. oBarbara Annette Addie was charged with disregarding a rail- road crossing and failure to appear. Her license was suspend- ed. .James Mario Allen was charged with an expired tag, and fined $105.00. William Jason Arrington, charged with speeding 47135, was fined $76.50. .Mary E.  was charged with an expired tag and an expired license and a bench war- rant was issued. -Roderick Atcherson, disre- garding a stop sign, failure to appear, was fined a total of $285.00, given 12 months proba- tion, and five days community service. *Erin L. Bonck, speeding 86/70, case was continued until June 14. *Florence Bell Boyd, disre- garding stop sign, continued until June 14. *Thasha A. Boyd, speeding 90/70, fined $140.00. *David A. Brown charged with disregarding a railroad crossing was issued a warrant for failure to appear. *David A. Brown, child restraint, was issued a failure to appear warrant. *Clarence Cameron, charged with disregarding a railroad crossing, was fined $217.50. *Oscar P. Castillo, charged with speeding 85/70, was fined $115.00. *Floyd Chatman, Jr., speed- ing 85/70, failure to appear war- rant was issued. *Jo Anne Marrano-Cooper, speeding 89/70, case was contin- ued until June 14. *Henry Ernest Cope, speed- ing 85/70, fined $115.00. *Latosha Nicole Cortez, speeding 93/70, fined $140.00. *Shannon Dale Crawley, was charged with hit and run and leav- ing the scene of an aident. Case was continued until June 14. -Kimberly D. Davis, charged with speeding 90/70 and failure to appear, ffmed $285.00. *Kelly Alana Dixon, noise vio- lation charge, fined $76.50. *David Wayne Driver was charged with no license on per- son and failure to appear. His license was suspended. .David Stephen Eaton, speed- ing 89/70, fined $115.00. oDemarlus Lamar Epps, speeding 8670, fined $115.00. .Carlos Michael Eunice was charged wRh having defective equipment and was freed $76.50. .Patrick Livsey Fitzgerald, speeding 87/70, failure to appear warrant issue oK_imberly M. Florence, speeding 87/70 and failure to appear, license was stu,--pded. -Steven M. Fordham was cha__rged with no proof of insur- ance and was trmed $675.00. .Tamekia O. Fortson was charged with speeding 90/70 am failure to appear, and was fine *Paul Andrew Fuller, charge with too fast for conditions. was continued until June 14. *Raymond C. Gates, drivin! without a valid tag, was fine $675.00. Gates was also charge with operating a vehicle withou a valid tag, no proof of insurance disregarding a railroad no license on person, and rabie vaccination required. He wa charged an additional in fines and had two cases con tinued until July 12. * Gaff Gholston wa charged with speeding 91/70 fined $0040.oo. *Margaret lVL Green with speeding 86/70, finei $115.00. *Michael D. Hall, charge, with speeding 86/70 and to appear, fined $115.00. *Tina D. Hall, disregarding a stop sign, $76.590. *Randall E. Hampton, Jr., his license suspended for speec ing 55/25 and failure to appear. *Douglas E. Hatfield, charge, with failure to maintain failure to appear, was fine $22L50. .Lionel A. Howard, charge with seatbelt violation, fine $005.0o. .Byron A. James, charge with speeding 84/70, fined *Matthew Jones, charge with D.U.I., and was fined: plus 12 months probation. charged with failure lane and was fined $880.00, 1 months probation, and community service. *Ronald Caesar Kin charged with shoplifting, fined $1275.00, 10 days pity service,12 months probatio and banned from Piggly Wiggl .Frank Lamar Klobe, charge with speeding 89/70, was fine $ns.00. -Jeffery Lamar Lan disregarding a fined $217.50. -Matthew charged with having an tag and license not on fined a total of 90.50. *Monica L. Loadholt Lag 50/35 and failure to license was suspended. oRobert D. Mayo, wiLh having no license, $285.00. .James H. MeLaugh/in, charged with driving with a pended license, was $1,275.00 and 12 months tiorL *Jody Daniel Mitchell in_g 49/35, fined $76. .Tyrone Mitchell, char with public drunkenness, $350,00, 5 days community vice, and six months .Remiro Gonzalez Pena, restraint and failure to t'med $183.oo. -Roshawn A. Pritchett ing 88/70, fined $115.00. -Yolanda Yvette See FINES, Page IOA