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CLINCH COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1990 Page 7 PANTHER Y & SATURDAY 50 & 7SYo IN Homerville Housing Authority Board Briefs By Steve Bennett Executive Director The Homerville Housing Authority held a regular Board of Commissioners meeting on March 13, 1990 at the Housing Au- thority Office Building at 110 Crescent Drive and upon roll call the following were present: Chair- person Margaret (Peg) BIRch, Vice-chairman Mar- vin Smith, Commissioner Lonnie Spates, Commis- sioner W. C. McMillian and Commissioner Carl H. Shell. The following was CITY NEWS By Carol Chambers The Homerville City Council and Mayor Bill Forbesheld twb regular meetings at City Hall dur- ing March. Mayor and Council: 11 Met with Okefenokee Regional Librarian Susan Roberts and Peg Blitch and Angle Moyer of the lo- cal library board to review plans for a proposed new local library. Different sites were discussed for the 5100 sq. foot building Council voted to approve the City's portion of the expense of $20,577 to be paid when needed The county and school board will be responsible for si- milar amounts with the balance being covered with Senior RENT INCOME All new rental apartments Central air apd heat All apartments ground level Wall to wall carpets On site management laundry facilities rent based on income Wesher/Dryer hook-up Close to Hospital, Doctor's & Pharmades discussed: a grant. SPECIAL ON TANNING BED I) The Board of Com- 2) Heard a report that ~k~ missioners approved the the renovation of the de-Quail Hollo --r-artm nts 10 VISITS $30.00 Minutes of the February tention center should begin Meeting as read without 100 Chelsea Lane Homerville, Ga. -'-NT YOgR TUX additions or corrections, in thenextfewweeksand 2) The Board of Com- will be ready for inmates Phorl,j , ?-28 $2 missioners discussed theby January 1. Applications 0t~ THE P~0M -Home of the Month" for employment will be ~) '~ ~i~ program for the Authority. taken in July for 93 post- 3) The Director infor- tions. A public meeting will med the Board of Commis-be held at the Court House l ~PPRECIATE YOUR ~,o,er~ of the "Letter of on April3at 7:00p.m. to Over a0,000GeorJ~a~repeatsellers, with three of bulls increased over the Intent" concerning the discuss plans for the cen- Cattle To Be Shipped the six breeds purchased l~revious year from $1,329 1990 Budget that he recei- ter. 3) Asked Mr. Vest to m ~" . ,~;- for the first time. to $1,350 while the aver- ved from HUD. locate 2 acres or more of IO ruerm mco "This is an excellent up- age selling price for the BUSINESS 4) The Board of Com- land in the Pearidge area ATLANTA--As a re- portunity for everyone 11 heifers decreased from missioners heard the Direc- that could be used for re- suit of a joint effort be- involved in this trans-$1,375 to $1,025. tor's Report on the Delin- creation. Detention center tween - r " action," said Georgia Corn- Georgia producers the Gee gas Depart-. ..... 4 8 7- 2 1 3 1 quent Accounts. officials have indicatedment of A~ricultura andmms,oner ot Agrmulture selling cattle were Bob ~~ 5) The Director advised that they will provide main- t-----Pue- --Ri--ca-n--i)-ena~t- Tommy Irvin. "Not only Hilliard,HilliardRed _he __rto ......... ~_- Angus Farms, Cave Spring; the Board of Commie- tenance for this project, ment of Agriculture .... does thin gwe our produ- sinners that HUD had clear- 4) Approved resurfacing ^ver %0 000 worth of hi-h cers access w new marxets Bob Angel, Angel Farms, ed Finding #1 and Finding of the tennis courts with the [uali~, ' purebred caLVe for their cattle, but it also Cave Spring; Phil Reed, #2 of the FYE 1988 Audit. ,4 y . . Perfect Attendance: costs to be shared with the will be shipped to Puerto gwes Puerto Rman cattle Spring Creek Farms, Rome School Honor Roll/ Tiffney Corbitt, Nicki 6) Chairperson BIRch in- county. producersa wayto improve Tap and Scott Carey, RinD m late March .... .... Griffin, Charlotte Jordon formed the Board of Corn- 51 Discussed the need for For the third year in a the genetm pool of their Twelve Oaks Charolais, ' Heros " ,ect Attendance Sh:llie K Um~Z, Zim O': missioners about Secre- temporary, part time help row PuertoRmanhvestock . . . Madison; Leslie Bowers, n ....... Be ry, T" othy Ryals, tary Jack Kemp's War on in the office, producers have hadthe The 40 .~gh quality, Leslie Bowers & Son, Se- or School announces (?r]f!!n. Dodl Griffin, Bill Smith Drugs Conference she 6) Reviewed traffic opportunity to improve pureorea cattle, represen- noia; Dr. Richard Ousley, _ ,Onor Roll and rf April wfixon, S~ceyO'- Y '. Pe ect . . 5th Grade attended in Atlanta. fines and tabled an increase their herds by nurchasin~ tatwe of nine Georgm cat- Manchester; Fred Greene, ~uqdance for the 4th Berry, Emily Sm,th,Joy All A's DannyMerriLL 7) The Director advi- until the next meeting, sunerior Geor~da cattletie producers, consisted of Greene's Farm Beefmas- t~'Ks of the 1989-90bweat, ~manoa ]aymr. Joab Teboe ' sed the Commissioner of 7) Reviewed and approv- wh'ich has resulte~'d in over Red Angus, Brahman, ter, Forsyth;. Earl Higgs, _ iJ year 3rd Grade A's & l~ 's" Fre m the Pest Control contract ed payment of March bills. $150,000 total additional Beefmaster, Charolais,Earl Higgs Farm, Norman ----- ~ " . d A - ~----- i AlstGrade A!I A's: .Carl Beverly,mons, Wendy Carmichael, renewal. 8} Requested that a no- sales for Georgia produ- and Simmental. The aver-Park; and Marshall Ben- ..... ~,. s: Jason Corne- Lesl]e Booth, Jo.ey ~or- Michelle Hall, Truman -woMF.N--F-A~~ rice run in the local news- cers. In 1990, {here were age selling price for the 29 neLL, Little River CharD- ___ ~.asey MerriLL Melts- nelius Ryan Darnel, Ks-Henderson Kelli i.. , , . , Kurtz, paper reminding the public six first time sellers, three lois, Adel. rgan tie Memtt Wendy Mor- Jerem McMill n " ....... & , . y a . Jenn,- The 1987 casus of that the use of BB guns, B's: Holly Chaun- gan, Maranda Regmter, fer Snellgrove Joshua ......... ~ir~tt Henderson, Ton- ReneeBeverly. Waldron ' agficulm~foul~lUuitwom~ pellet guns or any other SPECIAL _____~,tt~lan, April Snell-A's & B's: Norberto Eager Beaver: Joshua opcra~dmocelhan 130,000type gun is prohibited with- ~,acottThomas Bonilla Angels Craw- W Iron farms, while more than in the city limits. ~a,,~ - ~ r Beaver, Kimberly ford, Jamie McQumg, p,~,.f,~,., A .... a ..... 44,600 farms wex opcvaled by ---~_ [r Trampas Mixon, Roxann Rachei , mmons ' %'n minorities.Public Hearing Beginning March 30 Thru May 31 _ I'ect Attendance:Musgrove, Ryan Sweat, .~ ..... ' "~" ": appraise the e'ducati0nai For Transportation ..... ~ CL ,... , _ ,.. ,., . t~armlcnae,, ~tacey uavls, .....ht ";:mceyN irV~]:~i::J ~ose .nompson,~anuy Truman Henderson, Kelli development of persons H ....... | Hen~On ~o "hris' watson. . , . Kurtz, Joab Teboe, Josh- who have not completed Pl[l~ BeatThe at ........ ~r McK;:::' M~'lissa als~ager t~eaver: aDen lty- ua Waldron, Michael War- their formal high school ----a, a ' : ' son LucindaBennett. education. A variety of' The Southeast Georgia Pre-Season Check On Air [ nd Wavne PR- Perfect Attendance: ' 6thGradc betmfits may be gained Regional Development ..... -- !' Carl Beverly, Norbertoan a,o..._~o oo. " " " Of y B d Z ................... " from achieving satisfac- Center (RDC}, under con- ...... :dG~ sCan.r~jh::el tory scores on the test. tract with the Georgia De- ndlhq}ll, &[i_ ran [A' :deBennett, y2imll;,coxLe~;an Ba~n:h: ~:tt~ CHa:ne~er t These benefits includepartment of Transporta- ......~(~ Booth, April Mix- Tonya Easterling, Connie Rowell ' r dC(~ O'Berry Emil GriffinM,tchellMcClel , , ------ ~' "~" -'" 'Y ' '' " .~ " A s&B s" Marvin Lash-equivalencyearning a highdiploma,SChool iiminarytin' has completed a pre-draft Public Tran- Ch0ck Filters, 0il Motors, Clean 0ndensor Cads lan, Jamie Mc~/uaig, le-, ~.1.~ ~.~.:.~,, & B's: MaHdi Bar- Mary Peacock, Jay West. ~l~a~.~r "~Beav~ c",l,~ applying for admission to sit Plan for Clinch County. ic " ~, .......... a college or area technical The RDC now seeks the in- - ~ .!helle Cox. Stephen ,4th Grade MerriLL school, meeting education- put of the citizens of Clinch In l)t~a~;riffin" Kandy All A s: Tiffney Corbitt, Perfect Attendance: al requirements for era- County. j-- [": ands Mullis Nicki Griffin, Holly Oli-Brooke n .... . ~ol;.o A Public Meeting will no .... ................. ployment or promotion on a / } ____ ~;~ ~ *aylor ver, Leanna Thr,ft. Beverly Danny Carmi- job, or simply obtaining be held in the County Com- ~'r Beaver: Amanda A's & B's: Kenneth Cox o~.~.] ~... n;..^.. ~-~. ;-. personal satisfaction, mission Conference Room I p[" - v / v | i..ll~g.l,I .iL~cl, lll~l fflhuii, lyl~lVlll Charlottedoraon donn A fee of $25 is charged at 10:00 a.m. on March ------ kt~,c. _ . . , Lashley, Janet Rowell, _ ...... L.~t~ Attendance .......................... Jackson tee ghann,m .qmlih l~.ribs Tan- for the test. All applicants 28, 1990. The meeting will ~- ~d,..~arber, E]ena Ben- Eager Beaver:Leanna Her must bring the fee, their afford citizens an oppor- __. ~lchelle Cox. Bonnie Thrift. " Kindergarten driver's license, and their tunity to review the plan ~i~ ~ 1 All A's: Patriots Ben- Social Security number to and make comments on the --u Former residence of James Burnett ~a -utfful corner lot w thmce pecan s. Three bedrooms, dining room, ]ng room, eat-in ldtchen,2 baths, andry room with washer & dryer, ve, side by sMe refrigerator and ezer, ceiling fans, air condi-tioning more. Priced to Sell Call 904-737-4000 day or 904-468.1405 night Rt. 1 - Homerville, Ga. kitchen cabinets, gun cases, existing counter tops. ESTIMATES l nett, Ben Coppage, Chase Daniel, Brandi Griffin, Dustin Henderson, Amy Hughes, Ashlee Lee, Dew- ey Lee, Christopher Lou- is, Mollie Register, Toby Steedley, Lashay Thrift. Eager Beaver: Amanda Bennett Perfect Attendance: Jared Bennett, Josh Cra- vey, Chase Daniel, Brittany Gilliard, Bessie Griffin, Dustin Henderson, Ashlee Lee, Dewey Lee, Chris- topher Louis, Toby Steed- ley. GED Test To Be Given At Abraham Baldwin TIFTON--The General Educational Develop- ment Test will be given March 30 on the campus of Abraham Baldwin College. The six-hour test will be- gin at 8 a.m. in the Student Courtroom on the third floor of the Abraham Bald- win Student Center. GED tests are used to the test site. All other ma- terials will be provided. The test is open to all persons 19 years of age or older. Some 18-year-old applicants are accepted but these applicants must bring a birth certificate and proof from the school superintendent that the class with which they en- rolled in the first grade has graduated. The test may be administered to 17-year- olds for the express pur- pose of enabling them to enter the military. All GED Tests are ad- ministered on the last Fri- day in each month except in November and Decem- ber. Test dates are to be announced during these months. Special testing can be arranged to meet individual needs. For more information on the GED Test, contact Dr. Rosemary Johnson at {912) 386-3231 or Penny Chestnut at {912} 386-3839. SEPTIC TANK SERVICE- INSTALLATION SEPTIC TANK PUMP-OUT SERVICE NEW SEPTIC TANK INSTALLATION CALL BOB'S TANK WAYCROSS, GA. 1-800-669-1801 ROYAL INN RCA COLOR CABLe TV 28 AIR CONDITIONED & HEATED ROOMS SWIMMING POOL NEW MGT. -- REMODELED ROOMS MAJOR CREDIT CARDS ACCEPTED COMMERCIAL & FAMILY RATES WEEKLY RATES Hw~ 441 S Homerville (912) 487-5451 findings, conclusions, and goals of the plan. The re- sults of the hearing will become part of the Plan's final version. Rt. 2 Box 51C "Autborised llm m I),m r" Homerville, Ga. 31634 Freon and parts not included HEARING CRAFrERS OF AMERICA SAME DAY SERVICE CALL OR WRITE FOR MORE INFORMATION il lgim~mlmllml Illlllilllilllllll 1-800-327-0002 1-904-755-7161 RT. 13, BOX 206 LAKE CITY, FL 32055 tur Helme Tobacco camp y LOTTIE L. BRUCE, TAX CJ)MMISSIoNER CLINCH COUNTY COURTHOUSE