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HOGANSVILI HOME NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2000 PAGE 9 .... ter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Scott Sumerlin, daughter of Mr. and of Grantville on her 80 years Our deepest sympathy goes (Rosie Lee) Harris, Connica Mrs. George (Carla) Sumerlin, in young on November 5 and more out to the family of Mrs. Beulah Heard, Mrs. Catherine Holt, memory of Mrs. Evelyn Tigner, happy birthdays to come. GatesofHogansvilleinherdeath. Daniel Eugene Freeman, grand- in memory of Mr. Howard Our belated sympathy goes God knows your grief and bears son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson Miller, Mr. Danny out to the family of Mr. Gene your sorrow. (Loretta) Freeman, Mr. Thomas Rosser, Mr. James M. Colton, in Robert Rosser of Grantville in his There will be a plate selling By Johnson, Tyler Michelle, daugh- memory of Mr. J.O. McLaughiin, death. He was 90 years old. Rest on November 11 (Saturday) at the ter of Ms. Theresa Hunter, Ms. St., in memory of Mr. J.O. in peace. St. Paul C.M.E. Church annex Priscilla Boddie, Ernest Antonio, McLaughlin, Jr., Mrs. Henrietta Our belated sympathy goes building, Lone Oak (across from son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest N. Studstill, in memory of Mr. out to the family of Mr. James E. the church). There will be fish or (Verleda) Mitchell, Ms. Robyn Sylvester Rosser, Jr., EuQuita Gates of Temple Hill, Maryland, chitterlingplates, beginning at 12 Reeves, Mr. Virginia Robinson, Williams, granddaughter of Mrs. formerly of Grantville, in his noon, sponsored by the building Mr. Freddie Reeves, Mr. Willie Annette Glanton and Mr. Marion death. He graduated from fund committee. James Sewell, husband of Mrs. Mitchell, Jr., husband of Mrs .Ola Greenville Consolidated School Seed for Thought: Love is will- Vita Sewell, Mrs. Willie Mae Mae Mitchell. in 1966. Wishing you peace and ing to help people even if it hurts Scott, Ms. Louise Pritchett, Ms. comfort, them. Tessel&amp; Layette Smith, Ms. Arvella Colton, Paige Camille < 7! = : i:<? /i: ;il;/i:!i .... Gladys B. Varner of has returned home two months with hter, son-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Middleton, Sr. and Jr. of Germany. wishes go out Virginia Anderson, wife of Mr. Wendell Anderson, in mem- ory of Mr. John Willis Black, in memory of Ms. Evelyn Blalock, Mr. Robert Brown, Mr. James Bailey, Mrs. Angela M. Burston, Eugeltis Blount, daughter of Mrs. Annette R. Glanton, Solomon Foster, Freddie Foster, Jr., Ayesha Shawonna Harris, granddaugh- Mrs. Margaret Dale Bowen March 5, 1904 - October 22, 2000 e - Mrs. Margaret Dale Bowen, 96, of LaGrange, died at Brian Center Nursing Care in LaGrange. Funeral serv- conducted October 25 at Hunter-Allen-Myhand Chapel in with Rev. Jay Knight and Rev. Olin McClain officiating. followed in Shadowlawn Cemetery in LaGrange. was born March 5, 1904 in Randolph County, Alabama, of the late Thomas Leon and Leona Bailey Dale. She was the Unity Plant of Callaway Mills Company and was a of Park Avenue Church of Christ. include one daughter and son-in-law, Betty and Adams of (;lean; eight sons and daughters-in-law, Billy Bowen of ImGrange, Reese (Buck) and Betty Bowen of Thomas E. and Betty Bowen of LaGrange, Babe and Bowen of LaGrange, Jerome and Margie Bowen of Roanoke, Raymond and Estelle Bowen of Atlanta, Dr. Dewey and 1Bowen of Lufkin, Texas, and Greg (Peck) and Delores Bowen 19 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; two sisters- Etha Mac Bowen of Roanoke, and Lucille Nettles, of Florida; several nieces and nephews. Mrs. Bowen was in death by her husband, Reese C. Bowen, St., and a grand- Bowen. yhand Funeral Home of LaGrange was in charge James S. Veal, Jr. March 13, 1944 - October 23, 2000 Texas- James Searcy (Jimmy) Veal, Jr., 56, of Houston, October 23 in Houston. A memorial service will be con- 2:00 p.m. Saturday, November 4 in the Chapel of the Claude and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. Dr. Jimmy Reverend Jesse Sims will officiate. The family will friends at the funeral home from noon until the service time A VERY SPECIAL happy birthday to Ms. Dora Mae Smith Born March 13, 1944, Mr. Veal grew up in Hogansville and Corinth and was an Eagle Scout. He was a 1962 graduate of Hogansville High School, where he was a member of the school band for four years, and then attended the University of Georgia. Mr. Veal had lived in Houston for a,number of years, was a member of the Episcopal church, and was employed by Service Corporation International in Houston. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Ana Ownbey Veal; one daugh- ter, Miss Stephanie Veal; one son and daughter-in-law, Patrick and Megan Pase, all of Houston; his mother, Mrs. Mary Jo Partain Veal of Hogansville; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Pat Ownbey of Pensacola, Florida. He was preceded in death by his father, James Searcy Veal. In lieu of flowers, contributions in Memory of Mr. Veal may be made to the American Cancer Society. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Amanda McGuire July 19, 1936 - October 25, 2000 Griffin - Mrs. Amanda Bell McGuire, 64, of Griffin and a former resident of Luthersville, died October 25 at her home. The funeral service was conducted October 28 in the Chapel of the Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home in Hogansville. The Reverend Ed Elliott officiated and interment was in Myrtle Hill Cemetery in Hogansville. Mrs. McGuire was born July 19, 1936 in Rockdale County, daugh- ter of the late James Oliver Bell and the late Bertha Cunard Bell. She lived at Luthersville for 20 years before making her home in Griffin in 1997, was a member of the Holiness church, and was the wife of the late Richard Lee McGuire. Survivors include three sons, Richard Lee McGuire, Jr. of Hampton, James Gregory McGuire and Wendell Franklin McGuire, both of Griffin; one sister, Mrs. Lucille Austin of Griffin; and twelve grandchildren. The Claude A. McKibben and Sons Funeral Home of Hogansville was in charge of arrangements. CAFI Selected as Grant Recipient Community Action For Improvement, Inc. Ires been select- ed as the Grant Recipient of Department of I_abor Funds by the Chief Elected Officials Organization of West Central Georgia Workforce Investment Board. CAFI will administer the grant on behalf of the Workforce Investment Board. The entire employment system was redesigned by the 1998 Workforce Investment Act, which created Workforce Investment Systems throughout the nation. Governor Roy Barnes designated work force investment areas through the State of Georgia and appointed a State Workforce Investment Board that he chairs. The State Board consists of two state legislators, business repre- sentatives (must be a majority of the board), chief local elected offi- cials, youth leaders, workforce development leaders and state agency representatives. Their responsibilities include developing a S-year state plan for workforce development activities, advise Governor Barnes on devel- oping the statewide workforce investment system and the statewide employment statistics system, assist in the reporting to Labor Commissioner Michael Thurmond as well as assist in mon- itoring the statewide system. CAFI was chosen by the Chief Elected Officials of the West Central Workforce Investment Board designated by Governor Barnes as Region IV, which con- sists of 10 counties. The chief elect- ed officials consist of the mayors and county commission chairmen (or their designees) of the cities and counties of this area, who ultimate- ly are responsible for the grant funds. CAFI's expertise in managing multi grant programs, especially its fiscal staff was a significant fac- tor of the selection. We hate to say "we are excited about this oppor- tunity," but we certainly are pleased by the confidence the Chief Elected Officials of Region IV have expressed in CAFI by this designa- tion. The initial grant totals approx- imately $5 million and will proba- bly increase once carryover funds are accounted for. The Workforce Investment Board System replaces the Private Industry Councils and the Job Training Parmership Act. The new Workforce Investment Act of 1998 is designed to meet both the needs of the nation's business communi- ty, the needsofjob seekersand those who want to further their careers. TO o P w s o%s -Seymour's - Engraving Co. 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