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Magic Fills Library Page 3 I A Challeng00 Pa Th ***************************-- 292 JIM CLAIrBURN PO BOX 1648 TIFTON GA 31793-1648 COMP I II IIII POR ADC 310 20 v Cbss0000s s6-7 IIII PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 Formerly The Hogansville Herald Serving the Hogansville-Grantville Area Since 1944 NO. 30 HOGANSVILLE GEORGIA - THURSDAY JULY 25, 2002 8 PAGES 1 SECTION 1 INSERT * 50 L \\; SISTERHOOD - Golden Girl;s of Theta Xi Omega Chapter, AKA Sorority - Mrs. Ida Tarver Jones, left, Mrs. Juanita Watts Byrd, right, and the 25th Supreme Basileus of the Sorority, Dr. Norman Solomon White Jacksonville, Florida, savor their "crowning" moments as they are honored for 50 years of membership in Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Pictured with them is Ms. Linda White of Chicago, Illinois, who was installed 26th Supreme Basileus dudn(.;I the 60th Boule in Orlando, Florida held July 6-13. nfinishc,d Chapter Alpha Sorority, Inc. out to salute women who given 75 (Diamond Divas), 50 Girls), and 25 (Silver Stars) of love and service to the Among the honorees were mere- of Theta Xi Omega Chapter of area who were recog- for 50 years and 25 years of in the organization local chapter held a success- Wmr,.en forYears ful reception on March 9th at Events on Main. The South Atlantic Region of Alpha Kappa Alpha paid tribute to the honorees during the Regional Convention in Tampa, Florida April 3-7 and the Boule (which is the nation- al/governing body of the organiza- tion) feted the honorees during the 60th Biennial Convention in Orlando, Florida July 6-12. INDUCTED into the Sorority in 1952, as undergraduates, Mrs. Ida Florine Tarver Jones (Albany State University) and Ms. Juanita Watts Byrd (Fort Valley State University) were recognized for 50 years of mem- bership. Recognized for 25 years mem- bership in the Sorority and from the local chapter were Mrs. Delores Brewer, Mrs. O'Livia Meeks, Mrs. Alberta McMfllian, Mrs. Barbara Gore, Mrs. Dora Terry and Mrs. Bettie Bedgood. Man on 1-85 was killed in an accident on ' afternoon after the SUV he wa! a pas- flipped three times. died at the scene according to daughter, Andrea Radford, 20, was the West Georgia Medical Center where looked at her foot on Friday eve]:fing. states that Andrea was driving in 85 about three miles sowth of when allegedly a white car sudden- into slammed on brakes, swerved !emergency lane, turned the wheel back and swerved again into the emergency the SUV to flip three times, reports John and Andrea were wearing seat wife, son and two other young in the car directly behind the:re. iRadford family was heading to Destin, the accident occurred. ni Sought Plans sviUe alumni are need- events for the alumni weekend 19-20 in conjunction with can do anything to help, please meet First United Methodist Church July 19 at 7:00 PM.. Yom the back of the church. ', for more infor- HIGH HONOR - Frances Thomton of H0gansville has received a Senior Achievement Award" from the Atlanta Regional Senior Employment Collaborative and Metropolitan Atlanta Older Workers Project. "You have successfully demonstrated the tal- ent, dependability and dedication that mature workers bring to the job," noted state program director Lisa R. Mitchell. Ms. of Hogansviile under the NCBA Thornton is employed by the city Senior EmploymentP rogram. iii ii BB am Bad Driving Cases Flood City Court By VAUNDA IVERY Judge Robert Whatley disposed of a large number of court cases in Hogansville Recorder's Court July 1 lth. Charges ranged from speeding to disregarding a stop sign. *Wylie Bill Allen, Jr., operating a vehicle without a valid tag, fined $112.50. *Charles A. Alsobrook, DUI less safe. Must attend DUI school, 10 days commu- nity service and fined Sss0.0o. *Rebecca Ann Barlow, charged with following too closely, fined $1S5.00. ,Jacqueline R. Beard, charged with speeding, fined $168.0o. *Luis A. Betancourt, found guilty of speeding and failure to appear, license was suspended. *Mario K. Blalock, charged with speeding and fined $115.00. *Brinson Gates, Jr., was found guilty of public drunk- enness and sentenced to 90 days confinement. *Michael J. Gibbin, charged with speeding and fmed $115.00. *Christopher Lee Hanson, who was charged with failure to stop at a stop sign, failed to appear. *Patricia Brunson Hawkins was fined $11S.00 for speeding. *Paul L. Hill was sen- tenced to 12 months proba- tion and fined $975.00 for speeding. Hill was also charged with fleeing or attempting to elude and sen- tenced to 12 months proba- tion. *Adam Lee Holcombe was charged with speeding. The case,was continued to August 8. *Cynthia Marie Hopson tion and freed $25.50. *Douglas "Lamar Cameron, charged with fail- ure to stop for a stop sign and fined $76.50. *Easter Cameron, charged with no proof of insurance, fined $38.00. *Willie T. Cameron, charged with driving on a sus- pendedlicense, DUI less safe, operating a vehicle without a valid tag, and failure to maintain lane. All cases were bound over to State Court. *Daniel Reed Compton, speeding. Case was contin- ued to August 8. *Billy Ray Coser, charged with driving on expired license, bench warrant with no bond was issued. *Ben Madison Cotton, found guilty of open contain- er, sentenced to six months probation, five days commu- nity service and fined $3s0.00. *Robert Lee Cousins, found guilty of DUI, 10 days community service, 12 months probation, 48 hours confinement and fined $1010.00. *Edward Demetris Daniel, operating a vehicle without a valid tag, sentenced to 12 months probation and fined $285.00. *Jason Javan Daniel, found guilty of driving while unlicensed and sentenced to 12 months probation plus $675.00 fine. Daniel was also found guilty of operating a vehicle without current license plate and sentenced to 12 months probation and fined $285.00; no proof of insurance, 12 months proba- tion and fined $975.00; DUI less safe, 12 months proba- tion, I0 days community service, must attend DUI school, five AA meetings per week and fined on this charge $1OLO.O0. *Jason Douglas Dula was found guilty of speeding and failure to appear and was fined $260.00. *Michael Stephen Elledge, charged with speed- ing and fined $115.00. *Joseph Erlandson was fined $115.00 for s. *Quintin Trymane Evans was found guilty of speeding and fined $140.00. *Scott Blair Firestine was warrant, no bond was issued. *Neff Larnont Hunter, charged with speeding, failed to appear. *Michael Trayon Jackson was found guilty of speeding and fined $76.50. *Ronald Thee Janney, who was charged with disre- garding a stop sign and fail- ure to appear, was fined $221 .so. *David Richard London, charged with speeding, was fined $140.00. *Blake Mugnier Martin, speeding, fined $115.00. .Robert John Mortoncik, Jr., was found guilty of speed- ing and is to attend defensive driving school. *Donald Ray Matusiak, charged 'with speeding, was fined $115.00. *Jonathon Scott btichael was found guilty of failure to stop at a stop sign and fined $76.50. .L.V. Miller, III, charged with speeding, had the ease continued to August 8. *Donald Lynn Moon, Jr., charged with seat belt viola- tion, failed to appear. *Anthony Michael Morris, charged with operat- ing a vehicle without a valid tag, had the case conued to August 8. *Richard Lawson Myers, charged with speeding, failed to appear. *Danhj Nguyen, was charged with speeding and fined $140.00. *Kowatski X. Patterson was fined $675.00 and sen- tenced to 12 months proba- tion for no insurance. *Stacy Don Patterson, charged with speeding, failed to appear. *Terry Philpot, who was charged with failure to stop for a stop sign, had the case continued to August 8. *Larry Kent Patterson, Jr., charged with speeding, had the case continued to August 8. *Cheryl M Pitts was fined $76.50 or . * Nache Robinson, charged with speeding, failed to appear. *Eric T. Ruthledge was fined $425.00 for an aban- r ,, ,, i , See COURT, Page 2-A