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CLINCH COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, FEFRUARY 22, 1990 Page 2 Pepper, OurHero Promotes State's Searching Th! 4 ,. v ,. v ... v ..... |uib l!n llpl Mrs. Tiner ,,,,,r0ns " ............. Scriptures j . , . > . _ ! @ ""eH-- of Georgia s fresh produce Church of Christi 210 E Dame Ave. Ph 912/487-5337 Mrs. Ellen Marie Tiner, MORVEN Bobby J | ~ .=i~ was showcased at the Uni- THE BATTLE O~ HOMERVILI_E, GA. 31634 56, passed away SundayMillirons 54. of Morven" ~ ~ r " nd Ve ......... i ~ ' ted F esh Fruit a - ARMAGEDDON1 morning at me ~outn died Thursday morning at | ~ ~ getable Association's An- The battle Chl~ Offic al Organ of Clinch Coumy and City of I-Iomerville Georgia Medical. Cemer in the Tallahassee Memorial| Z~.i~ ~ ~ ~ ......... .... 1 Cnnvvn.1.._, t'n, and _..,.o-F.xn fight today, takes aw~ Valdosta followmg a short Regional Medical Center.| :~ :' ~ .... sition in San Antonio, Tex- idea of their fighting~ ~ ~ illness. . .... He was born and lived in[ ":'i ~ as, Feb. 11-13, according teral flesh and blood A native of Fores~ ~iw, the ~t.~ ....... " "* hi^ = J" - - Christ. Christ's kingd~ " "- . ........... ~u u~ ~ a ~ to Georgia Commissioner aRer the second con~' early summer, either ilTh~fcse hcrbi-Mr early shoppers |thelrreumon "_ .__.~..." ~.C'Mred tonal waters and wdl de e :r ~:~: ~i~i ~:'m~='~u':~:" dru s a "helr use ,..() i~_~.~c~t spiritual not litel~ carnal. (John 18:36)[ mans 14:17) (Isaiah The armor of God's~ ren today is spiri~ not literal or carnal.(][ sians 6:10-17) Some~ events that are cooP| with Christ's secondI ing leave no room fo~ teral flesh and bloo~ tie to be fought then. j Notice three exa~ 1) The earth will be~ ved (Hebrews 12:2~ 2) The righteous an~ lost will be raised fro~ " , Saturday at 3 p.m. in the~~ 1 ~ encourage more buyers and dead and judged on tbI can severly m)urc freshly seeded or Diane Rose Owens, of Sa cha el M t e et .... at.. m-----at edmff'' " . " p of art'n-McLan ~~ 1 ~ brokers to consider Georgia of Christ'ssecondco~ UlII, A ~||1, SlmU grass, vannah, Ga ; five sons, Mr Fun r om " ~ " " " bO y, ~ ........... e al H e with Rev 1 1 produce when filling their not hundreds of yearsj uon t apply a prccmcrgc~cc nor- . ..... ~:~i~ ........ .............. Edward Donald Hdlman, Dlche Davis offmlatmo ~ I 1 u,u~"-'~"rs " mcme m ~ sDnng g Um lawn wm . . ~" ~i~!iiii i!i~i . News ~..gg===~i,,~ San Diego, C~ii'l~anMroS~ Burial followed in the Shi- 1 1 The Georgia Departmentsalonians(Jhn 6:44;1:6.10)12:48)(M~(2 ] l~ssp~,daul ,oh cemetery. 1 1 of Agriculture is a long- 25:31-46) 3)Also, t~ c=dcs pers=st m the so I for two to Car , , By Mike Bruorton .... - Martin-McLane Funeral~~ 1 1 standing member of the no proof anywhere i~ four months and ca interfere with Lawrence Patrick Hill- Home of Hahira was in ~~ 1 1 United Fresh Fruit and Ve- Bible that Christ will| turfgrassesmblishment, man, of Ft Lauderdale, - ~ 1 ~.. ~r_... o...... Preemer-ence herbicides for " . ..... charge of arrangements. ~%~ 1 1 getable Association. Their place his feet upo~ ILPU UHLU ~3Ullllllt~l" S . . . Fla, Mr. Kennem Ricnara ~~ l l Ex-o, one of the two lar literal earth again. .] - lawns are sold unaer a numoer ot .... :' "" w Sm ~ ~ v - Lawn Weeds Before trade names. County Extension ~eL%?' ~Za i~eand Y~nra" ...... ~ 1 1 gest shows of its kind in Some names in Ol~ ........ agets and lawn and garden store .. ' .., = .... Mr_ ~A~.flIAV ~ 1 1 the United States, is desig- tament are given a s~ iney uo unto lion employees can help .... you select a Koger uaJe Tmer, ot Ill ............. g ned to acquaint buyers and Ixccmcrgencc hcrbetde, helm, Germany; four sm- . ........... ~ 1 1 sellers with new eouin- lic r figurative mea n~ , I.Ar~,l,Ai'~ U-- z~ora ~ By Tim R. Murphy. Be sure to seicct one thats ters, Mrs., Susan Kenney ~o ~ ~...n~.. o~ ^~ x~.~ll ill i ment, trends and products the book of Revel~ Georgia Extendo ~ervtce labeled for use on mc turtgrass of Gainesvtlle, Fla, Mrs ..... ~,~s, o., ,.. ~.~- ....... Were the Balaam an~ spccics you have in your lawn. The Linda Stevens of "S,.arta" land, passed away Thurs- (Reported) nities, including a commit- " .... ~-~- lak of (Rev. 2:14)J Crabgrass. goosegrass, sandbur tolerlmceofturfgrassspcciesvarics ~ ~ ~.o ~_.'~:~.~: day afternoon in the Lake- Mrs Rose Lankford's ment to lead a healthy, I f'f~t~c~ a~tarn | literal Balaam and~ -- the list of annoying summcr amon the different hcrbicides on =~.o., ,,,-o. ~'~'~"~" a....~ tr:zt.. P-.- , ...... . ,.~ . , . . .... tt ~i'~J "~= s ~vtrat ......... g. ~o.*~r ..~o.. r~=~.... Pour m.u vm== ,.,unvaiesce.~7th~,radehmes~ctass cnose urug-zreeme, i~-.v, '~'~.~, .=--.~J of (Num. 24:10)? W~ lawn w~fls ~ms enoless, but li ~ market ~'~-~','-'-, " ~,,,,, ~,,,,m-,, ,~=,,-. Center " "owin ' -'h --:0. --- .- - - '~;- -" " ~ n-' "~ "-'~ ~r n / can be shortened greatly by pre- Although precmcrgcnce herbi- and Mrs. Cora Starke of., =eta, g a,=ent~= .y to mvite to tnelr ASK tne~nerltt re~ersona u. t..UI INIZI = Jezebel of (Rev. 2:~ emergence herbicides labeled for cidcs won't control all the weeds in Randolph, N.J.; four bro- umess. ~ne was oorn in Experts" session, concern- Deputy Rigdon presented 7q,, o,, ~,,/i,~, t,,,t ~,,,,,,,,,,, the literal Jezebel.~ home lawns, the lawn they are particularly use- thers, Mrs Thomas Mc- Clinch County, and had ing the use of alcohol,a very informative discus- f,,,,,/~v,,',,, w t,,,,,, Kings 18:4)? Was t~ Most people use postemergence ful to ~vei weed problems such Grath of Oak Rid"e N Jlived there most of her life. tobacco and other drugs, sion, showed several de- -r.- o .... -r^ no^,, byon of (Rev. 16:1~ herbicides to c.on~ol we~s after as crabgrass ad other summer an- u~ Vo,,t u,~_..~ " ~' She was a Jehovah' s .~h,=riff Winston Peterson. vices used by drug addicts, ~. ot=p= .v ,.,v.= literal Babylon of "v 'n wn ~'eemer- ~,,,. ..,u. ,v,,,,.=,a,, ,.,, ~,v- . . . .-..--. . they ~.e:=...~me,...ml .L: ...... nual weeds. . .. wr N .l M. n;,.h=,,~Witness by froth. Surv~-Denutv Jimmy Rigdon andinformed the students what Affordable Insurance 13, which was dest~ ge~e r~m~mes ~=. u~., ,~=u.~ Dr 7Jm" R Mupny is" a univer- -"-, ...,, ..... ........-..~ . . . r . . . . - -- ' " ..... ,- -, ..... ~-- vorsmcludeslxgrandchlld- "Pe--"er to do if confronted wzth No~ o,lv c m you ~ave long before Reve~ ul~y snow Up .gitv of (~,~nroia Extension Service IVICUI-Ubll OI J~OI~ IAluoer- ~ pF ] , 1 [ "* , . {. :. i, These berbicides conuol cerlain a'~ron'o~ni-s"t =s'~ecializino i weed dale, Fla and Mr Alfredren, a numoerof great- Pepper is a beautiful,a user or oealer, ano ant- mo.cy py (lrlVll~ L'~|rclUllV was written? .] wcedsasthcseedsgennimteWbea s~nce r McGrath' of ~=~esvill~ grandchildren, great very skilled and very weredstudents' questions, a.d i.~urin~ ~mar~l). ~hcrc Many times words! ........ -~ ' ..... gained symbolic me( lawn ItS tOO - trc v, I~,~ III At~c~ m,, c m you =ee weeds ~ the .~ t,~o o;,, ~,,o.,a..h;ta ..... .~great-grandchildren, b--wled~,eable Labrador Pepper, however, was ~ " ~. ~ . late io use a preemcrgence herbi- , ...... ~.~,~ .... '~,~:: '~"" ni ...... ~l nenh,=~= ~.~.~.~..~o ,,,hn holn~ *h,~ the star as she showed help drive down insurance a number oi omer relatlves ........ ~" ..... ~t~,,~.~, _ ....... v .....- ..... c~ f 0 , co*,, ,l,r ~,~ all. Fl, csc ,,,elude: alter being connecte~ : ............... Class O 198 Pnneralservices for MrsGravestde servicessheriffs department re-the students how she de- famous events. "~ I ne secret to gouu ~unuu, w,., -- " n this kind of chemical istoapply it -, ..!.Reported) .....Tiner will be held Thurs- were held at 12:30 p.mcover illegal drugs, tected hidden drugs .a d ' ~(io~l Do ~itl[l iDa.U[ leo" (in allusion of l tO the lawn before summer annual 'z'ne tmncn tJoumy mgn, dav at three o'clock from Friday at Antioch Cemetery Quest, a "Skills for Ado- trailed drug users ano oeal- ~ : t - : - leon' s defeat at Wal~ .... ,, mcc .i~ccit~i.'' illil;ric, flrtt June 18, 1815) Adel weeds gcrmlnate Mark the rccom- School Class of 1980 Will th= t~-m,~rville First Bar, in Clinch County. Music lescence" class sponsored era. Pepper enjoyed the ' i " ~ . * ' ............ t-" " Call oC ~.'ompcll~;|ted tllIou~n defeat or reverse." ~! mended dam to apply me herbicide have an organtzatlonal He, ~.h,,r~h Funeral Home of Lakeland by Lions Club International students as much as they .... on your endar meeting, Saturday, Febru was m charge of arrange two mmn oals to helenjoyed her ~ , ~ - ai Officiating will be Dr. " has g : P . _ Rc~orc n~,, ,~tl .. mph ster So today a persa Germination can vary from year ary 24 at 4:00 p.m. Alt,~, ~,~b ments, voun~r neople develop post- Thanks to Sheriff Peter- ~.cc, , meet his "waterloo! toyear, however, msearcbinGeor- Jimbo'sLogKitchen. ""~'~,"ri':'l-'::ill b in t.h~ --'------ .... ~ ...... .-~ t'ive social behaviors and son, Deputy Rigdon and " ~ ~*ik:" ~C t bell 'iws defeat? In the O.T. i gia has show that the .bes.tumy .to Allclassmates are encou- pln= .... . ~.=,=.. ~. paean Iltaltr -tron='commitments to "Pepper for sharing m-mare.tory ~t o~widc decisive victories and apply a ~m~ge~e ne~lClne IS ~ -- .=_ J l- L--t-- -l-n ................... d ... lVVill lili~lV , .- o e .. / .1 t .... , ragea ~o aweng m nmp p a " milies schools tormauon ano ioeas aoou 4. Expantt mccttca= costasters were connected Feb. 15 to March 5 m south Gcor- . . Homervllle. theirfa , , . giaandMa~hl-20isnorthGcor- Mrs Tiner will remain~aa~ [arlmn positivep s a _ g . " ~ , the valley of Megidi i= "-'~---------~~ . .. " .... tlllillllll llllilUlll .... ' .................................. 5. Rcfin'm civil justice ~y~- (armageddon). (Ji =.-. at me mnerai nome ano " o r" It'" ll'Ccil~ ~tlil~ Applying the herbicide early is Crab Trawling S~[~On will I~= ~=t-~-~o~l to the ,,. . . < The Netherlands, and will to exnand thier markets lem t cetcc c , .. .. 4 5;7; 1 Sam. 29:3 ,.,. u,. ,.~,.,,..,.,. n to market ~ ~ huprovc truc~ mtlruc~ always bettcr thm doing it late. '~x___ r~_ T~__:L ............ .~_lli~r~DT~ travel to Londo -t-r--a " --id Irvtn "With " ~ " Kings 23:29-30), the n~--~.~.,,~..,~k~.,,,,~ ,~11~imoea~B~ ' cnurcnonenourprmrtome ~unv~,v ,i...: ....... " "~u I~i ',=~ii dr, ivcr Safct --=-I~ .... e ......... ~ .................. , ........... , ~ .......... . . ~,.===~ .... a .... -~, ~ ........ t~-+ back- ; Y ., . "armageddmt~ is g maril- to control summer annual 9ervtces .... , J' " " "h x,,,. lJl ty a ('At; icily 7 ~,lIppOll the tiCkleD i)| . , . . Managing o]rec[or oi L (~ " symoblic or fig wceds such as crabgrass, gooscgrass Georgm s commercial Active pallbearers are ATLANTA--Georgia '~ .... -'- /~ .... "--nt of' ground and knowledge of ~:~r~.r, k.~ c--Lv ~,r~. meaning in (Rev. and sandbur. Postemergencehcrbi- crab trawling seasoni Paul Barber, James F. pecans are being introdu- .~.~-~..~. ..... ~. ~" ....... n the European marketing ~ Expand driver cduca Therefore, the "Ba cide~ can cotrol tbesc weeds, too, the state's territorial wa- Smith Bill Forbes Danny ced to nntential European ~: .... ~.~., ,~,,,.,,v~,- system and his language~i,m , , a r--- OIIlCe, ~raor~ray, isas " , but precmcrgcncc treatments offer ters from the beaches to l l skills he is able to provide ) Cr Ick down on Incur =4 .... ( Leccese, Vernel Sm'th and buyers as part of a sa es o~"-.~. *~.~ ~-~er~,ia corn" , ! ,. ~.. .... . Armageddon" is a sl ".U~'-s--~-': ......... mi--I three miles offshore} RickyGriffis mission sponsored by the .... ~."~ "'~., "-'-~, ~ .- /nsights that greatly help ~ncc ,rauo no ,u.~ Incll. battle - not literal , ~lncc you app,y t.u ~=~ ~;a . ..... _ . _ pames wnlle mey are in , .. .,e. - - -- I(} Strit'tlv cnl'orc drunk before the weed seed germinates openeo at o:uu a.m. on Roundtree FuneralGeorgia Department of ~ ..... in menmymg ano esmo- , '" . . nal. TobecomeaCh: . -- . ~-,.,l~ .......... tirivlng i~lW~" MIIICI] pcnalllcs you must believe, su~.eptiblc weeds never show up i Wednesday, ~anuary 17,Home of Homerville isAgriculture and the Sou-"~.~o ~ .... xce|lent lisnmg meanmgzuiousi- " " . . . ............ , (Luke 13:3), confess dm lawn.. Georgm Department of m charge of the arrange- them United States Trade ~.._...~le~mn ~.nf how our Eu- ness relationsh~ps. . -- ...... 10:10) and be You can. getmany precmer-- Natural ResourcesCorn- ment. Association (SUSTA), ronean trade office can The pecan sales mission 3 and returned to the gPJlee h~OlClg.s aS g.r~ularto~.a- missioner J. Leonard Led- --" accordin~ to Georgia Com-, ~i~t en ....;o~ ~o~bin~arrived in Europe on Feb. Tlnit~cl .~t.at,=~ nn Fph la (Acts 2:38) (I Peter latiorlS, tlranules ten to 0e easier . .. / ] _._l....J _~. ~to ~#lu~tti ........ o ~, - ~'. .. ~ ........... i~.~ ............o ..................... . ~l~J .~..,~ ,ho, =.,.~u= eerier nat announceu, vameu ut ezo,t~su, nuwev- missioner o! AgrlCUleure Iiil uta ~,s$ ~,-,-,.,~ ..,M,, ~V'"#" h " " Except for herbicides that Commercml crab trawl-,er, w elk.landmgs for theTommy Irvm. . coat atrazic most ornametal ers must use four-mch same period were 351,000 The representatives of trees, shrubs and qowers are toler- stretched mesh nets during pounds of meats landed by two Georgia pecan com- ant to prccmcrgeacc herbicides. In the period that beaches are commercial crab trawlspanies involved in the mar- fact, DCPA (Dacthal!, oryza!in open for crab trawling, for a value of $176,000. keting endeavor are How- i !SxULr~~ ~dt~dncf~ uPmsryg~; Large mesh crab trawlsForty-eight trawler license ard Dasher, Jr., president ~,, t ) will not adversely affect holders have indicatedof Dasher Pecan Company onmmcnmls Pin,emergence herbt "" ' : n'' I " the surviving nearshore an interest in crab trawling of Valdosta, Ca., and crees cm m~ure oreme uus un ess . riori the 1 " " wm follow bhel m~cautioa~ shrimp resources dug du ng 989-90 license Bobby Tankersley, vice "".- Mo~~e-~rger--nc--~-~icides winter and early spring, year as compared with 47 president of Tracy-Luckey Jl cause slight ijury or temporary As crab trawling seasonduring the 1988-89 license Pecan Company of Harlem i yellowing in turfgrasscs. Pre- opens, most trawlers year Increased interest Ca. These companies have emergence he.rbicides don't .can~ will focus on whelks, also in whelk harvesting is met with buyers in Ham- notsccable mjury to establtshc~ known as conchs. From expected this year as a re- burg and Cologne, West I Ill g " Y ' YP" Y " = _ subsequent winter kill of is following a winter :' U ru;n mi+h I overwintering shrimp dur- freeze such as the one this " IVl I III III llll ing the Christmas week- December The Coastal , ~ . .. I end. Resources" Division staff ," 5r0cerv ano mursery I Any person having valid will closely monitor this ~. _ :_ .... commercial fishinglicenses year's shrimp spawning .,T Phone 487-5362 Heinefviile, ,,. i may use power drawn nets activity in the state's terri- I Open at 7 :00 a . m . for early shoppers ~eh f~r hm:rvhest s:::~Csh ~ s or termine the best time to --------~ l~nb qP=ll ~.,, whelks from any Georgia close the beaches to crab ~i ............. I waters seaward of the and whelk trawling," P_n 1 no SAtMON S2.491 sound limits during crab Commissioner Ledbetter ~ .~L . I ~V_~ vns-IVIVIl ~F~--, ,v trawling season. The sea- said. 1 Lb. Roll S.C. Lb. son is set at the DNR Corn- During the 1989 calen- :: lll &fig 1/, nrwhole missioner's discretion ba- dar year, combined preli- I < MI:'JIT 9.q~ il~Mg "Shrimp spawning gen-shrimp landings were 4.1 -" on~enua. __ "''- __ sed on criteria in state law. minary white and brown .~ nlL-n! --wv ,,,1,,,v _* erally occurs off Georgia million pounds valued at Frozen 3 Lb. Smoked or whole for a six week period that $14.4 million. These land- ='~ TURKEY NECKS, sliced free )eaks in May; however ings were equal to the *: TURKEY WINGS, ~: NECKBONESor ..iBACON Lb. 89 PIG FEET = Peeled & Deveined, i " 1 Lb. Bag[ BEEF ::;= $1.69 ;HRIMP $2.99 ROAST I Fresh bulk lFden seed. Seed po s, I iertilizer, Bla Cow, Peat Moss, insec- :: I ticides and all kinds of nursery plants in >.:: Ibu ke ! ~, II IHI III II % %. 1% Fresh flowers for all occasions. 202 N. Church ~t. Homerviile, Ca. Next door to Roundtree Funeral Home Carolyn Lanora Delk I I I I I !0-year average and HEARING CRAFrERS about ' 100,000 pounds OF , above the 1988 landings. AMERICA The 1989 season consis- ted of a record spring hal'- vest, an average summer landings and below aver- age fall catches. The total was about 400,000 pounds less than the 30-year aver- age. Despite slightly in- creased volume, revenues were down $2.7 or 16% from 1988 transactions. To- tal trawl fleet revenues SAME DAY SERVICE " CALL OR WRITE FOR MORE INFORMATION 1-904-75~7161 RT. 13, BOX 206 LAKE CITY, EL 32055 were estimated at $15.5 million including rock and pink shrimp, whelks, and the finfish, crab and squ'fd by-catch. For more information on crabbing and whelldng in Georgia, contact the Georgia Department of Natural Resott ces, Coastal Resources Division, 1200 Glynn Ave., Brunswick, Ca., 31523-9990, or call (912) 264-7218 A personal retirement plan that will save you dollars...that's an IRA, and April 15th is the last day to open your I.RA accounL, or add to your ~mt one, to include ~t ,n your filing, us help make your future brighter with an IRA. MEMBER FDIC Homerville, Georgia. LENO~Iq