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It's " " for High Scl ........ ; . , .... J '1' !.2: ........ I J___ I [ IL _ I ' .... tJJ ....... IJJ____ JI]JJN[I - .......... -8, 9 ) 00;t:S .................. I lll II PRSRT STD AUTO U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE, GA PERMIT NO. 35 Formerly The Hogansville Herald Received Each Week in 4,000 Homes in the HogansviUe-Grantville Area Police Get Week hall By Carkdon L Williams CAMPAIGN - Callaway's seniors will help give the young team some experience. Senior squad members include nt, L-R) Mario Reeves, Karl Hajdasz, Brian Williams, (Back:) Ahmad Mitchell, Mitchell Strozier, Danny O'Dell, Joshua Rodrick Smith and Antonio Hopson. 2000 Model Cavaliers . 0 l Callaway Squad ed Up For Season Opener Friday By Bryan Geter By Cadeton L Williams CAKEWALK - Head Coach Sonny Cummings will have hallenging season this year, with most of his 1999 start. Squad lost to graduation. The red and black Callaway Cavaliers will head to nearby Heard County Friday night to tangle with the Heard County Braves as the 2000 gridiron season gets under way. Head Coach Sonny Cummings will have his hands full this sea- son after losing nearly all of his 1999 starting lineup due to grad- uation. To say the least, the 2000 season looks young and inexperi- enced at this point with only six starters from the 7-2-1 team of a year ago that went to the state playoffs. But don't underestimate Sonny Cummings' coaching ability and experience. He's been around coaching for a long time - 32 years to be exact. He coached for eight years at Hogansville High before Callaway High was built and has been the CAVS "head honcho" for all of the school's existence - five years. Cummings has coached at Troup High before coming to HogansviUe. He still has a trick or two up his sleeve or maybe he can even pull a rabbit out of his hat. The Cavaliers are also moving up in classification to AA. Tkey will be in Region 5-AA with familiar company - Manchester, Greenville, Northgate, and Lamer County. Newcomers will be Decatur, Grady, Carver (Atlanta) and Crim, all from the Atlanta area. Macon County and Heard County are the only two non-region games. Jay Brewer-running back, Adam Pike-offensive line, Mark Hajdasz offensive linemen and Ahrnad Mitchell-offensive taelde are the returning starters on offense and Bryan Hester-strong safety and Jaque Tigner corner back are returning on defense. The CAVS have 46 players on the roster but maly 10 are seniors. See CAVALIERS, Page 12 gansville Citizens Urged Help Clean The Hootch residents are being asked to the Chattahoocfiee. "Help The Hooch" up along the Chattahoochee River, ;las, Heard and Troup Counties October 14, from 9 a.m. - 11:30 is requested so that ade- lies will be available. are searching for groups or organi- Who help," stated Susan s, Environmental Planner with Center (CFRDC). The cleanup is funded by a grant from the Chattahoochee Downstream Basin Assistance program through the Environmental Protection Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, and is administered locally by CFRDC. "This is a splendid community service project for civic organizations," stated Ms. Thomas. "It is also an opportunity for individuals who are interested in helping to protect the Chattahoochee River to participate." A Watershed Festival will be held at McIntosh Reserve Park in Carroll County immediately following the river cleanup. "This is a 'Thank You' party for those who participated in this project,'! stated Ms. Thomas. "We plan on having entertainment, refreshments, and educational displays on the Chattahooehee and its importance to all of West Georgia. For more information or to sign-up to par- ticipate in the River Cleanup, contact Susan Thomas, Chattahoochee-Flint Regional Development Center at (770) 854-6026, ext. 125. Of Action By Bryan Geter The Hogansville Police Department had a busy week, answering calls ranging from theft to criminal trespass, bur- glary and DUI. Brad Noble of Noble's Truck Stop located on the Bass Cross Roads reported last Thursday someone took $819 on three dif- ferent shifts. Noble said on Aug.17 $270 was missing on the first shift; $347.43 was missing on Aug. 21 and on Aug. 22 $201.35 was miss- ing from the cash register. The case has been turned over to investigators. AN AUG. 26 BURGLARY at 107 Boozer St. is under investi- gation according to the HPD after Cristy Stephens reported some- one broke out a back window of the residence and took a 19 inch Magnavox T.V., an Orion 19 inch T.V., a Tandy B1 2000 computer, miscellanious computer games, and a.heater. ., In an unrelated incident the police arrested a Hogansville man and charged him with crim- inal trespassing and obstruction to an officer last Saturday around 8 p.m. at 1005 East Main St.. According to police reports, Anthony Dana Thompson, 31, who police said had been drinking,, started tearing up and damaging the house. Thompson lived at the resi- dence as did Muriel Woodward, police said. Police said he had broken glass windows and then threw a few items. After talking to Thompson, Officer J.M. Lindsey said all Thompson wanted was "to go to bed and be left alone." An hour later Lindsey returned to the residence due to Thompson allegedly taking a hammer to Woodward car. Reports state Thompson bust- ed out the driver's side window, tore the door handle off the dri- ver's side door, broke the blink- er switch put a dent in the dri- ver door with the hammer and "busted the windshield more than it was to begin with." Woodward said he was upset because he asked her for money and she refused. When officers approached Thompson, he became violent and started kicking and cursing and told the officers he was going to kill them. He was then taken outside and transported to the Troup County jail. BRYANKEITH THOMPSON, 36, of Ferriday, La. was charged by police with fag- ure to maintain lane, driving with a susnx and DUZ. Poh'ce e Suspicious and followed Thompson, who was dri- ving a blue Chevy Suburban on Hwy 54 to the northbound 1-85 ramp. Reports states the vehicle crossed the centerline twice and the white medium once while on the bridge. Thompson was given the field soberity test and a concentration of .16 "and climbing" was indi- cated. Passenger Lloyd Lance was checked for intoxication and judgement was made that he couldn't drive but was allowed to See POLICE, Page 12 III II III IIIIII By Fltmoel Roldnlon GIFT OF MUSIC - Country Singer Charlie Smith (r), former- ly of Hogansville, presents Hogansville resident, Harry"Wolfe" Rosser, with an autographed flat-top guitar last Saturday while in town. I I I I III I I