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HOGANSVILLE HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, UCTOBER /O, .u), IAGI< 6 Sought After Woman Held As Sexual q 2aptive • Sheriff Donny Turner said war- s have been issued for two subjects after an ation revealed that a female had been imprisoned and sexually battered• to Sheriff Turner, the District ?s office received an out of state com- in reference to a possible sexual battery residence. An investigation was con- and a search warrant was issued• During of the residence investigators seized containing child pornography as well sexually oriented items• Department was also contact- similar incidents and started their own investigation. "Our departments have worked very closely because they involve the same sus- pects," says Sheriff Turner. The EB.I. has also been called in to assist in the investigation. Warrants have been issued locally for Pamela Pitts, age 51, of 76 Thomas Road, LaGrange, for false imprisonment and party to crime aggra- vated sexual battery and for James Frank Vines, age 51, of 302 South 8th Avenue, Lanett, Alabama for false imprisonment and aggravated sexual battery. "If anyone knows the location of these suspects, we are asking them to call Crime Stoppers at 812-1000," said Sheriff Turner• The investigation is continuing Educator Group LaGrange Mayor The Troup Retired Educators Association met on 9tember 28, 2000 at the LaFayette Garden Inn (former- Ramada Inn) for the regularly scheduled meeting with Larry Musick presiding• Algie Parker present- eaker, Mayor Jeff Lukken, who presented the pro- on "LaGrange: Intelligent City of the Year." Mayor presentation by Bubba Newsome the City Fire Department. Following the business session, Mrs. Dorothy Fowler as the winner of the door prize. Attending the meeting were: Larry Musick, Algie Mrs. Christine Taylor, Mayor Jeff Lukken, Bubba Lewis L. Banks, Daves Nichols, Mrs. Rebecca Mrs. Gloria Garrett, Mrs. Alice Norris, Mrs. Bette abley, Mrs. Betsy Moultrie, Mrs. Memory Johnson, Mrs. Bond, A1 Bond, Mrs. Ida Tarver, Miss Tarver A. Jones, Ellen Herbst, Mrs. Cheris English, Ms. Elizabeth Dix, Lois Baker, George Baker, Mrs. Jarvis Shepherd, Ms. hine Jessie, Mrs. Earline Pierce, Mrs. Glenda Bryant, Frazier Sollars, Mrs. Jean Massie, Mrs. Pauline Smith, gley, Mrs. Elease Lynch, Mrs. Mabel Wilhite, Ms. Hines, Robert Young, Ms. Mildred Walker, Mrs. Frances tIouse, Mrs. Mary Fannings, Mrs. Ellen Mrs Annie L• Greene, Mrs. Lorene T. Byrd. Also, Mrs. Barbara Brown, Ed Brown, Mrs. Betty Mrs. Helen Thrash, Mrs. Sarah Relihan, Mrs. Deal, Mrs. Thelma H. White, Mrs. Gall C. Walsh, Doris Ransom, Ms. Margarette Julian, Mrs. Marie iton, Mrs. Martha Christopher, Mrs. Ruth Johnson, Marion Skelton, Mrs. Mary Boswell, Mrs. Jean Crocker, ]odney tIarman, Robert Jeffries, Mrs. Doris Page, Mrs. Mrs. Carolyn Bean, Mrs. Pat Mills, Mrs. Julia Mrs Dorothy Fowler, Mrs. Ann Johnson and Mrs. Rowe. Documentary To Air Sunday "The C.hattahoochee River: Muddied' Waters, Clear ons" will air on Sunday, October 29, 2000 at 2:30 PM Georgia Public Television (GPTV)I the PBS station serv- Atlanta and all of Georgia. THIS SPACE FOR RENT! 84(i-3188 Preacher Appreciation Day Slated Preacher's Appreciation Day will be held Sunday, 29th at Bible Baptist Church honoring their pas- R.C. Prescott, starting at 10AM. A covered dish lunch will be served after the morning Service.Everyone is invited to attend. WWII Veteran Sought Here The Veterans Council of Tcoup County is looking for oldest area WWII veteran to be honored Veteran's Day, 11, at a ceremony on Lafayette Square in llAM. The nation is losing approximately 1,000 WWII vets her day so all WWII veterans are being specially honored year.The Veterans Council consists of the Marine Corps the VFW, American Legions posts, and the Disabled Veterans. For more information contact Jim Lindsey at 882-5092 r Charles Waller at 884-7638. Voters League Offers Aid The Westside Voters League will be providing voter in the November election on November 7, from 7AM until 7PM. For rides please call Thrash Funeral Home at 637-8791. Educato Meet Today The 1Youp County Retired Educators Association will on Thursday, October 26, 2000 at ll:30AM at the Country Club in LaGrange.All retired educators the area are invited :to atten&Larry Musick is TREA ; program presenter will be Dr. Jim Bruce on g Manager - Secretary Position HOUSING AUTHORITY is seeking a responsible manager/secretary to manage the overall housing opera- of 134 units of public housing. ]eneral supervision of Executive Director, this position is respon- for Day-to-day management of applications, rent collections, maintenance work orders, and payroll, federal tate tax deposits, and W-2 forms. of public housing agency, Certified Manager, excellent communication skills, experienced in Internet, Microsoft Word and various software pro- HONORED - Hogansville Elementary School Fifth Grade Teacher Janice Wearden is the school's "Superstar" Teacher of the Month. ACT NOW! Georgia based corporation open- ing new branches in your area. Need all positions filled. Management $80-$90K/year. Advertising and marketing $500-$1000 weekly. Contact Mike at 770-252-1930 (E.O.EO I ii benefits package including agency paid insurance, vaca- sick pay and retirement plan. Salary based on experience. resume to: P.O. Box 127, Hogansville, GA 30230 before Pansies Encore Azaleas twice blooming azaleas • Autunm Embers • Autumn Monarch • Autumn Cheer and many more! $7 ,, 95 ! 0-. ! 0- ! O 40 IlO. Bag 3 fcr Plant of d%e Hon t h Dwarf Nandinas • Bztigh Red Fbliage • Ha rdy • i-A'ergren .z3. 5.95 $ Now 3.95 Se!ect ..... = P eremie!s I Now is the time | orf I U 6 " , | --- ma ma  ,m i, dl Flowering Trees • Flering Cherry • Bradford Par • Red Bud Winners Now Available! Ans I xs II 1807 Hwy. 85 N. 1120 Hwy. 85 N. Fe Fae 770 461-6089 770 461-4860 Patio " .... "• _ .. Gax. denlAg Let us customize your color bowls and window Planters. W e s]secialize in customized containers. rii-..... ...... ...................... i • Aj7 ''--"-'" ..... :..,-.I., are Qs & Cmy ",nb'! Ns III -- 915 Hwy. 18 Newnao 770 252-3030 Sen, Lee talks like one of us, but... he votes with the Atlanta liberals! Dan Lee voted NO to Better Education Senator Lee voted: ONO to computer labs, science and Foreign Languages (HB 1187a-00) • NO to removing bullys from school busses (HB 1187a-00 • NO to keeping porn offthe interact at school (HB 1187a-00) • NO to school safety grants (HB 1160a-00) But Senator Lee doesn't always vote NO. He voted... • YES to taxing the intemet (SB538-00) • YES to spendingYOUR tax surplus (HB 1168-00) • YES to increasing YOUR car insurance (SB344-00) • YES to lobbyists' gifts during the legislative session (SB459a-99) Have you had enough? 00Vote Tom Mills State Senate Nov. 7th Paid for b) Friends of Tom Mills, Will Oubre, Chairman, K. Elam, Treasurer