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November 15, 2001

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Pole Donated - Page 2 Received Each Chrisu,m00 r-araoe Set - Page 2 h JobS, Cars, Tables - Pages 7-9 I I "! Formerly The Hogansville Herald // Week in 4,000 Homes in the Hogansville-GrantviUe Area PRSRT STD t AUTO . U. S. POSTAGE PAID HOGANSVILLE. GA PERMIT NO. 35 58, NO. 46 HOGANSVILLE, GEORGIA-THURSDAY, NOV. 15, 2001 10 PAGES- 1 SECTION .1 INSERT. ssman Spader Sentenced to 11 Years Stout Heros proprietor Spader was sentenced last to 11 years and three months. Spader admitted in open court to making methamphetamine in the kitchen of the famous restaurant on U.S. Highway 29 North in Hogansville. U.S. District Court Judge Jack Camp fined Spader $5,(R)0 and sen- tenced co defendant Jennifer Bissett to tlxree years and a month imprisonment. Spader was represented by attorney Ken (;ordon. The guilty plea was made in Federal Court in Newnan. Both defendants must serve 8.5% of their sentence. Spader has since sold the restau- rant to Barry Morgan. Under its new owneership, Hogan's Heros remains open and still attracts weekend large crowds. A new patio waiting area has been added. By J. I:ln Stout - Despite the tension of election night, poll Dorothy Cameron agreed the new machines well. Voting Machines Test by Fij00 Here Dan Stout election day last HogansviUe poll Janice Smith ;were visitors at the place. electronic equip was tested all over kinds of machines tested in 13 cities, Hogansvflle. new type Of voting was demonstrat- the Hogansville University of student conduct- exit survey at He reported few complaints. equipment used was made by Unilect Corporation of Winter Haven, Florida. Ms. Sharon McManus was at the polling place all day to answer questions or assist in any way. Troup County Probate Judge Donald Boyd visit- ed the Hogansville site during the morning. After the polls closed the unof- ficial results were avail- able within minutes. Within an hour the final tally was given to the media and the candidates. Over $250,000 was spent on the voting machine test by the state. Even though several of the Hogansville races were very close there has been no sign of a request for a recount- I PRAISE - New voting machines used at the city election have not been challenged despite close election results. Court Cases P, al00e From DI_j00I to Fleeing Many Pay Fines; Some Lose License Judge Robert Whatley disposed of a large number of court cases m Hogansville Recorder's Court last week. Charges ranged from dis- orderly conduct to fleeing or attempting to elude. • Bonita Carol Burke was charged with failure to stop for a stop sign, and fined $7650. • Antonio Camacho was charged with driving while his license is suspended, no proof of insurance, D.U.I. (refusal) and reckless driv- ing. All cases were bound over to State Court. • Cathy Joan Camp was charged with passing in a no passing zone and fined $76.50. • James Ray Cobb, charged with laying drag, DU.I., reckless driving, fail- ure to obey traffic control device and fleeing or attempting to elude, had all cases bound over to State Court. • Terrell B. Davis, Jr. was charged with an expired tag and failure to appear. His license was suspended. • Steven Mark Deloach, who was charged with no strobe light/failure to appear and expired tag also had his license suspended. • Michael D. Dubuque was charged with driving without a valid tag tcommer- cial), no commercial license and failure to appear. Dubuque had his license sus- pended. • I "iarshall Webb Fitten, charged vdth speeding 50135 and failure to appear, has his license suspended. • Larry Darnell Freeman was charged with public drunkenness and consump- tion of alcohol by a person under age 21. A bench war- rant was issued. • George Daniel Goforth was charged with dog at large and fined $155.00, 90 days probation and the dog must be kept restrained. • Wayne Lamar Grissom was charged with disorder- ly conduct and public dnmk- enness and was sentenced to 30 days on each charge. • Tina Renee Hunt, who was charged with speeding 49135, had her case continued until February court date. • Billie Jo Johnson was charged with noise violation and fined $76.50. • Ajuan D. Kendall was charged with D.U.I. (refusal) and the case was continued until December 13. • Jeffery Lee Key, charged with no proof of insurance, was fined $38.00. • Laverne D. Lammons See COURT, Page 2-A APPRECIATIVE - Carter's Clothing of Hogansville waspresented a special thank you card from the Pre-K class. Top row, left to right, Sarah Cameron, Sundee Glanton, Tammy Ayers, O'Bedan Geter; front row, left to right, Tavorius Johnson, Domartez Glanton, Alexis Hardaway, Linda Purgason, Aaron C, ali. Cool Journey Children Thank Carter's for Trip to Disney Ice Show On Nov. 8, the Hogansville Community Improvement Association, Inc. Pre-kindergarten class enjoyed a special trip to see Disney's Toy Stol3, II on Ice in Atlanta. "We would like to thank Carter's Clothing in Hogansville for sponsoring this trip," said a spokesman. Em_anuel Mann, Jatianna The children were Morgan, Johnnie Mae amazed at all of the cos- Black; Alexis Hardaway, tumes in the program. Benjamin Guy, Demartez Glanton, Malik Martin, Those going on the trip ronze Zelaya, Tavorius included Debra Moses, Johnson, Lula Spearman; Tammy Ayers, Kelvin Shamonica Reed, Bria_zmah Ector, Ebony Faulk, Coster, Aaron Cali, Kavon Taquoya Moses, Jack Zelaya, Lakeitha Owens Johns, Monica Mitchell, and Tamia Weathers. Holiday Affects Deadlines Star-Mercury Publications, Inc. will close its offices on Thursday, November 22 so employees may enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with their families, Because of the holiday, the following deadline changes have been estab- lished: Classified advertise- ments will be accepted through 5 p.m. Friday, November 16 for all publica- tions. No classified adver- tisements will be accepted after that date for the Thanksgiving sue. All news and photographs for The Manchester Star- Mercury must be received by 12:00 noon Monday, November 19. All news and photographs for The Hogansve Home News must be submitted by 12:00 noon Monday, November 19. All news and photographs for The Harris County Journal must be submitted by 12:00 noon on Tuesday, November 20. All items for The Meriwether Vindicator and Talbotton New Era must be received by 5:C p.m. Tuesday, November 20. Sorry, no items will be taken after the deadlines mention above. Star-Mercury Pablications, Inc. regrets any inconvenience this may cause.