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PAT BROOKS MI}US IlOOT CANP PAGE 2-A HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, OCT. 18, 2001 Give Blood pine mountain GRASS Call frO@ 884-5798 PR i, Submit BIG MOMENT" Buck Davis, Troup County Commissioner for Hogansville, spoke at the dedication the Senior Center parking lot. Hogansville City Council members Larry Dorrough, Jean Crocker and Peggy were present. Be Prepared for the MS Word Core Exam! r.r iollo ate tmn trt- czti m  Uci  *r abt €olti This 2 l/2-day intensive workshop will prepare you to take the Microsott Word Core Exam. The workshop includes: two days of instruction, a half day review, a question/answer period, and one exam Cost: $300* October 29 - 31, 2001 Taught by a certified MOUS Master Instructor! To register, call Pattie Waldrip: 706.845.4323, Ext. 5747 N WESTGEORGIA TECHNICAL COLLEGE 303 Fort Drive, LaGrange, GA www.westg&tec.gLus *Cost not coveted by Personal Training contract. I IIIIIIIII I Larry Dorrough am seeking your help for re-election in the November 2001 election. I hope that I have served the majorit 3, of the people in Hogansville well. It has always been my intention to do the best for the most, as long as it was legal and moral. Many tim I have stood alone on issues, especially when they involved the sale of alco- hol. I don't want to be a part of anything that gets anyone hurt or killed, nor do I understand why the sale is allowed and then you are disallowed to participate in the same socie that allowed you to buy it. Alcohol is just one of the drugs that we face. There are more out there than we can name. Everyone except the drug dealers and users like into our socie. There have been issues that l voted on that certainly didn't gain me any popularity, such as utility hikesl I for one did not do it because I wanted to. It was certainly the last resort. The comment was made "IT'S EASY FOR Y'ALL TO SET UP THERE ON THAT BENCH AND RAISE THE UTILITIES ON THE OLD FOLKS AND SHUT-INS". Well let me tell you that nothing could be farther from the truth. Those choices are the hardest ones I have to deal with, but hard choices have to be made to keep the debts paid and the Ci, operating. I have been and still am working with the State Forest D' Division and the local County Extension Agent on ways and means for possibly Planting the City Spray Field in pine trees. This will not make the payments or pay off the debt, but will certainly be a lot better than nothing. It is kinda like having a retirement plan, it's better to have a little when you get there than not have anything at all. The day is coming soon when you the VOTING CITIZENS have to face a decision. Let me urge all of you to get out and vote. This is one of the heedorns we still have. ** VOTE ** LARRY DORROUGH POST #1 Paid PolttAdvertisement Many Pay Fines in City Judge Robert Whatley disposed of a large number of court cases in HogansviIle Recorder's Court last week. Charges ranged from speeding to public drunken- ness. • Michael D. Bailey, charged with speeding 86/70, was fined $115.00. • Shannon McGuork Camp, charged with speed- ing 60/35, was fined $168.00. • Kenneth H. Campbell was charged with violation of the leash law and a bench war- rant was issued. • Josh D. Charles, was charged with speeding 86/70, and was fined $76.50. • Richard A. Crutchfield, charged with speeding 85/70, failed to appear and was issued a failure to appear war- rant. • Thomas Lee Davenport was charged with no proof of insurance and was fined $675.00 and 12 months pro- bation. • Terrell B. Davis, who was charged with an expired tag and failure to appear, had his license suspended. k Detoach, charged with no strobe light, was issued a warrant for fail- ure to appear. He was also charged with an expired tag. • Edward M. Dowling, charged with speeding 85/70, was fined $115.00. • Michael D. Dubuque was charged with an expired tag on a commercial vehicle and commercial license required. A failure to appear warrant was issued. • Marshall Webb Fitten, charged with speeding 50/35, was issued a failure to appear walTant. • Scotty Lee Fomby, who was charged with a seat belt violation, was fined $15.00. • Kenneth P. Ford, charged with a seat belt vio- lation, was fined $!5.00. • larry Darnell Freeman, who was charged with public drunkenness and consump- tion of alcohol under 21 years of age, had his case contin- ued until November 8. • James Roy Gammage, Traditional styling never goes out of style with Richmond Hill ' by BroyhilP. Sofa, $599 = featues cherry-color trim, rolled arms and skirt. Coordinating Wing 3 Chair $3492; Square Lamp Table, $169; Rectangular Cocktail Table $169; End Table $169; Entertainment Center, $499 , and Bookcase, $259 each, $999  includes Entertainment Center and two Bookcases). 212 Commerce Avenue • LaGrange, GA. • 882-0004 Xcwh/u,eds - I.ct lls lh'lp You I:shll,lisll (rcdit €. 12 Alonttls !11c Same As Cash: WATTS Showcase Gallery'! Jr., charged with speeding 84/70, was fined $76.50. *Thomasette L. Goldsmith was charged with speeding 87/70 and fined $ns.oo. .Wayne Lamar Grissom was charged with public drunkenness and a bench warrant was issued. -Matthew Martin Hall, charged with speeding 87/70, was fined $115.00. .Vonnie S. Hanson, charged with speeding 40/25, was fined $115.00. .Payton L. Hardy, charged with speeding 85/70, was fined $115.00. *Clarence Helms was charged with an expired tag on a commercial vehicle and was fined $150.00. *Stacy Lamar Hopson, charged with disregarding a stop sign, was fined $76.50. *Hilda Mac Jackson, who was charged with speeding 44/25, was fined $115.00. *James Eugene Johnson was charged with a seat belt violation. A failure to appear warrant was issued. ....... ,le J9 was charged 5 and fined $115.00. *Jonathon D. Jones, charged with a seat belt vio- lation, was issued a warrant for failing to appear. *Catherine Jane Kane, charged with speeding 87/70, was fined $115.00. *Avuan D. Kendall, D.U.I. refusal, case was continued until November 8. *Glenn Richard Lopez, tag light required, driving without a license, and seat belt violation had his cases continued until November 8. *Tracy Steve Maddux, speeding 86/70, was fined $115.00. *Dexter Shaun Matthews, charged with noise violation and fined $76.50. *Jason McDowell, charged with no proof of insurance and fined $38.00. *John Eason Mckeehan was charged with having an expired tag, and no proof of insurance. These cases were continued until November 8. *Luke Minix, charged with violation of the refuse ordinance, was fined $155.00, sentenced to six months pro- bation and ten days commu- nity service. *Terry J. Noies, charged with violation of the leash law. was fined $91.50 and sen- tenced to six months proba- tion. The sentence is sus- pended upon payment of the fine. *Jarnichael J. Norman, charged with no proof of insurance was fined $675.00. Norman was also charged with a suspended license and fined $1,275.00 and 12 months probation. *Rhonda Ruena Ramsey, who was charged with public drunkenness and disorderly conduct was fined $415.00 on the public drunkenness charge plus five days com- munity service and six months probation. On the dis- orderly conduct charge, she was fined $480.00, sentenced to six months probation, and five days community service. *Larry james Randall, charged with an expired tag on a commercial vehicle, was fined $350.00 and 12 months probation. *Andre Ransom was charged with shoplifting. His ease was bound over to State Court. *Heath Ler0 Reeves was charged with speeding 41/25 and fined $115.00. *Terry Franklin, charged with parking in a handicap zone, was fined $100.00 and sentenced to six months pro- bation. Sentence is suspend- ed upon payment of fine. *Justin Anthony Smith, charged with violation of the leash law, was fined $91.50 and six months probation. Sentence is suspended upon payment of fine. *Tracy Elizabeth Smith, trucks over six wheels must stay in right lane, commer- cial vehicle; failed to appear, bench warrant issued. *Zackry Oneal Smith, speeding 50135, license was suspended. *Amy Nicole Spradling, charged with no license on person, and fined $14.00. Also charged wfth seat belt viola- tion - child, and fined $38.00, as well as other seat belt x5o- lation and fined $15.00. -Chad D. Spradlin, charged with seat belt viola- tion, and fined $15.00. *Debra C. Standard, charged with violation of the leash law, continued until November 8. *qrone B. Terrell, JOIN KITCHENAID THE FIGHTAGAINST BREAST CANCER ACT NOW Ad KitchenAid will d’mate $$0 to the Susan G.  Breast Cancer Foundation. • 8uy z ett ',=dk,,’,nd K wi dotte $11 • Iluy !  moce nd dw'r. wdl donme k'O ..... 1[ the Sasn charged with duct, fined tenced to six tion and five da, ty sere'ice. *Kenneth R. charged with passing zone, November 8. *Lloyd E. charged with marijuana, less ounce. *Rustin Everett charged with $76.50. *Haywood charged with DUI and1 ing over the roadway. DUI charge was $880.00, 12 months and ten days service. On the $285.00, and months probation. *Flora B. Allen charged with disre stop sign and fined *Jason Howard charged with noise and fined $123.75 fenced to tths I tion. .... , nm .Samuel S. charged with and fined $115.00. -Kenneth A. charged with and fined $155.00 months probation. *Jacob D. ing 83/70, fined .Phyllis Anita was charged with 86/70 and fined .Willie James was charged with 50/35 and fined .James V. was charged with 89/70 and fined -Reginald B. charged with wrong a one way street, was $76.50. *Jeffery LaFountain speeding 89/70 and $115.00. *James H. charged railroad crossing, $217.50. *Ramon A. charged with and fined $115.00. -Claude V: O was charged with 85/70, was fined *Jeanette StinsO belt law, and fined • Candice Elaine charged with speedir$ and fined $I15.00. 13 -1u€o Y2 You 1';: I. $1500 ot Wtt =orl 1 2. i .r. oJ 3. |,m Dll u C w': And On The Andy Lewis