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NP e ~#70+%~ ~ Dedicated ,o the Upbuilding and:j~c~S ~,iEncO2G~lAUnty i;i~i'~:C:~i:; i:$uth'$11 55 INSIDE COUNTY ...,, .... o,oooo.*o ..... ,.,,,o... ,., "' NUMI3t P~" HOMERVlIJ,E 31F~14 THURSD $13.65 OUTSIDE COUNTY VOLUME 96 Election Necessary Mrs. Chambers will be thor, Ben T. Willoughby, Homerviile's first lady was a widely known local Mayor. She is the daugh- attorney and at one time ter of Mrs. Ruth Willou- was the elected State Re- ghby-Carver, and the wife presentative and later the and office assistant of elected Solicitor General Homerville Attorney Tom of the Alapaha Judicial Chambers. Her late fa-Circuit Register Receives Police Academy Certificate .... Mayor Forbes Presented Commemorative Phone to be grateful/or 9fis benefits, and humbly implore protection, aid and favors .... - FoRE, I do recommend and ass In rffmrsday, the 26th day of Ncvembernext to be devoted by the people of these states to the service of that great and glodo Being, who is the Beneficent Author of all the good that was, that is, or tf t will be; that we may then all unite in rendering unto 9f m our sincere and TIFTON--Ma s Re- humble than for f nd care and pr .oucti of gister of the Homerville Police Department was one 172ople #this f.olgn~"/js ~for ~/thcgrt.a'~: and'v/~o~ Bill Forbes, Mayor of of the 20 law enforcement the commemorative W. Chambers will officers from throughout favors which He bun pleased to confer upon us. Contei local manager, the new Mayor sputh Georgia who recei- Contributed by Edna Hillis central office switch conw City of Homerville red certificates at the re- to a notice in this cent graduation exercises A Thanksgiving Da,v ,0r by Karleen S. O'-for the 85th session of the PIC Awarded Message From The R Superintendent ofRegional Police Academy ms. Mrs. Chambersat Abraham Baldwin Col- Incentive Funds TACCommander :ds Mayor William logo. ATLANTA--The South- LANGLEY AIR FORCE ll) Forbes, who did not Police Academy Director .~r for reelection. Mayor east Georgia Private In- BASE, VA.--The comman- 'beg succeeded the late Tim Dorminey said Stanley dustry Council was award- der of the Air Force's ~ster Day as Mayor. Hammock~ with the De- Villie Hardee Jr. and partment Of Natural Re. ed $104,654 in incentive Tactical Air Command is funds during the fifth urging TAC people to set tl Deloach, incumbent sources, Donaisodvillei HARCUS REGISTER annual Job Training Part- an extra symbolic place at received the Academic ii . lermen, are running Achievement Trophy. The Regional Police nership Conference dinner their Thanksgiving tables hout opposition for re- Thursday evening, Statein honor of military people ction. Mrs. Chambers is William Johnson of the Academy is a six-week an Alderman and a Arlington Police Depart- course of intensive training Labor Commissioner Joe deployed to the Middle K" ial election will be held ment served as president designed to better acquaint D Tanner said East i her successor, of the Class. The guestofficers with improved The awards dinner was In a message to mem- i speaker at the graduation law enforcement tech- part of the two-day confer- berg of his commend, Gen. nce Mrs. Chambers, ceremqlFy was Chief W.R. niques. It operates within once being held November Robert D. Russ said, "A DeLoach and Mr. K~cklig~ter'of the Dough- the Division of Social LIGHTS A TREE 15-16 at the Atlanta Air- symbolic emptyplaceatthe port Hyatt Hotel in College Thanksgiving table would dee are without oppo- e~y County' Police De- Science at Abraham Bald- n, no election will be, Park. be a poignant reminder that ~i~i and all three are a~lto- partmenti~ "~ . win College. mh,~ ~.,,.~, (, .... ,,, IT.;, honorees will be recognized .... ~ ~ - ............... ~ .... the Part of the federal Job freedom and the American ically elected. Qualify- ~f 'Ph~ Arn~rle~ ~.~ncf.r On tree. This is a dig- .......................ified n ..... Training Partnership Act way of life have a price, and ended Monday of this Society is planning for n a a my~lng way ~ (JTPA), incentive fundsthat Americans from every Chri.~tm,~ wlth nrenar~ honor a speczai person a~ ............ --" is v . . are awarded for achieve- part of the nation s society tions in full swing forth cry specml tzme of the ment which exceeds mini- are. paying that price in "Love Lights A Tree" year. mum performance " stan-Operation Desert Shield." assigned to Alpha Corn- Class ....... "-r " A tree lighting ceremony LOVe t~gnts A t ee .... to l . . dards, Commissioner Tan-The four-star generalpany, 5th Battalion, 77th ....... is scheduledaunch the wm rame tunas mr can- . .., .... nor said. Standards arealso suggested that TAC Armor. |union ..... nonaay season on rnaay, set and adjusted by the people encourage their civi- cerresearcn, eaucauon and " -- " t 4-'" SSG Stalvey's outstand- L~ecemtmr #, a tmp m patient services by allow. . .... " governor, in accordancelian friends and neighbors ing performance, d~- 1971i graduating The Clinch County Pan- The Panthers will travel in in i i Is ^-A ~'" " m me courmouse square. g d v dua m,u uu~- . .... I .- . with local labor force condi- to participate in the tri- tion and hard work led his ~Clinch County High thorN, after an impressive to Montezuma, Ga. to ncsses to urchase "lov wm e contnbutmns can wLIih~.IdRslS,yeca ,v~,~r~rY Oy~r IrWin Cmmty f?coMacor~Countv, Oam~ l',~:~ ~dla Ghria~'~~ auule year,rouwt to tions and program design, bute. crew to three superior Governor Joe Vrmzk Addressm~g t~, malay ra~inKs d~,~ ~.. Saturday, Novem- last ~y ~, Mivan~ .~meisB:00"p,r~':~/J~tlekm "~"~ree ~o'- De ...... Jecawa m me;"the Honor Gifts/Memorials.. .-, . . Harris has proclaimed families in TAC with a nery qualification. As PIe- Courthouse Square in rrogram Ol Ine Amerzcan November "Job Training loved one deployed - most toon Sergeant, SSG Stal- 24 at Brockway Stun- to tha first round of state will be $4.00. layoffs to be held'this Come and support your ...... In :.c ~)kshack... . .. Pz-.~a.,, ,,;,,hi ceam" ,,,,,,,~,u ..... *,,,~,m ...... o~,,-,,,,,~a~'- ,,+^ .~ancer ~c~ety, specm~., ., Partnershi,~,. Month" ..i,, of the Air Force partici- vey qualified his platoon tON ~ attenamg. .. snoula. _ ~"H~uml ,-'i~ .... =..--=.__._._=.." _._=..._ _._=. ou-r-Lun tm.e ............ noom, wtemor- ozrms ..are --nw -,avauaote.. -- Geor'~as, . Its seventh #"ear pants in Desert Shield are 2nd in the Brigade during a covered man anti.. ., _ ..... io~ ~t.o; .... tor making Love -!gnus A comnleted the C'-eor~i- from Tactical Air Corn- annual platoon quali- ts. A fund will be taken !arm ~ureau u~[cers Announced "L'~lona't~o"n in honor of, Tree donations. To obtain Partnership has provid%d mand - General Russ fication. During two bri- ~emory of Penny Wil a zorm or to ge~ mrmer ob tr mz r " or in memory of, a special ..... J a" "ng and elatedcomcluded his message on gade command inspec- ts Henderson, to be Recently, at the annual Jernigan andDuncan person will'be represent- !mormadon anout the pro- services to more than 205,- a hopeful note. tions his platoon passed ~ted to her church.Clinch County Farm Bu- Tomlinson. ed by a light or decoration ~ct, call Tne American 000 people since its incep- "For those with loved allareas. Irilled chicken and ice roan me~ting, the mem- We would also like toon this sr-~ial tree The Cancer ~ociety. Office or tion in 1983, Commission- ones deployed, it will As company reenlist- be furnished, berg elected board mere- thank the following mer- names o"f~- donors" and Mavis Trowellat {912) er Tanner said. Addition- indeed be a lonely Thanks- ment non-commissioned 1~,~ reunion is to begin berg and directors for the chants for donating the 487-2445. ally, more than 83,000 giving and the empty place officer in Charge of retch. 3 p.m. and continue1991 term. They are asdoor prizes at the annual , .o . ,, ,.~. " disadvantaged youth have at the table will have much tion SSG Stalvey received ghout the evening,follows: .... meeting: Homerville Feed vres|0en~ M0nlllZeS enrolled in summer workmore than symbolic mean- two commendable ratings . . . rresident - Chester Mat- & Seed, Lupo Faint Supply, . experience and remedial ing," the general's meg- during brigade command ne ~e 0r~s tox; Vice-President Nick Homerville. Jewelers, .H" education activities, sage said. "We all hope and inspections, P Booth; Socretary-Treasur- mervzlle Supply, Chnch Georva Army Guard Unit "The Southeast Georgia Be Sent er- Johnny Crumbley. County News, Acme Phar-Governor Joe Frank as a result of the current PIC is a crucial part of the crisisPray forthatawillSOlutiOnreunite toyourthis manceSSG reflectsStalvey'SgreatPerfr'cre. ...... Directors: Frank Booth,macy, Heritage Builders, Harris announced today situs!inn in the Persian Job Training Partnership families as soon as possi- dit upon himself, the .............. ~~ uthl-,'PeoP~eo! ~'t ecti~eh, lchpr:vadi:y ble." ....... 5-77th Armor, the 8th In- ~~twee ~oSj:~!! ~:n~ideH,LeeW'2~e~ JVw~anll~nb~s F~orY!~YL~tKit'l~ri! ~. ct~aP.uro~ti~ti oe~ffxTi~i rGi~!i:~i!8t~,thasfa12~Utphe~ ternal RevenUeinviting you to ServiCestep for-iS fantrYunited DivisiOnstates andArmyThe " . sonne. Its mission is to Y " ward. The annual search A 1975 graduate of November 26, 1990. Farm Bureau would likeFlowers by Carylene,10 of the Umted States receive sort and nrovide missioner Tanner said. who may have to thank each director who Flower Shop, CarswellCode and called another e .... ~'~,, treatment forThis award is hart offor owners of unclaimedClinch County High School, .... ...... ~ .... ~ .'- refunds is beginning now. Homerville. He entered the regarding this has faithfully served this Motor Supply, Dollar Gen- umt of the Georgm Army patients evacuated from almost $1.9 mdhon m contact the high past year and welcome our oral Warehouse, Timber National Guard to federal ,,,;to 'Pho unit w~ nlse~d JTPA incentive fu d sw "When a refund is re-Army in August 1975. SSG ~7-5366. two newcomers, Wallace growers,Empire Bank, acCwe auy. on alert November 12, 1990 arded to Georgia's22 turned by the Postal Ser- Stalvey is currently enroute ChrisUan Bookstore The 138th Medical " A vern vice, the IRS attempts to to the 24th Infantry Divi- "- , . The umt wdl move to ~ts SDs by Go or Harrm, MnllCInff AIithflr|tu and the Panther Locker.Company (Atlanta) will be mobilization station atunder the federally-funded find the taxpayer, but there sion at Ft. Stewart, Ga. Imve,ammm~ rtUkllUIIIkJ ~ called to active duty on Fort Gordonin AugustaJTP program. The incen-are always those who where he will reside with ......... fd INATIONAL November 17 for 90 days within days of mobiliza- tire funds awarded for the cannot be located," said his wife Shelba, and cbild- .ome-ovzne.mntn JH'( IE'C;ARE which can be extended to tion Further assignments program year ending Paul Williams, IRS District ren, Stephanie, Melissa WEEK 1990 180 days by the President, will'be determined bv the June 30, 1990, ranged from Director for Georgia. "If and Adam. He is the .... ~so~,~, ~s-o.ce,~, ~ This action has been taken active Army - $38,761 to $244,891. The the handwriting is illegi- son of Imogene Futch and .... " ' : Other CJeorgia Arm,, highest award went to the ble or the name and ad-the late Joe Stalvey of : . dress on the return is Homerville. rots rewousl Private industry Counctl Thanksgiving Holiday Traffic Death Guard u" P " Y ofAtlanta, Inc incorrect, the refund may ...... mobilized becvause of the " have been mailed to theing from as little as one T011 Pro To Deliver $892,000 in " dollar toas much as $8,400 dlctlcted To Be 25 Persian Gulf crisis include ...... wrong address. Atlanta's 190th Military TaxRefunds There were 2,125 re- and totaling nearly $892,- ~-----.JLtg~oSn IRS L fun dchecksreturnedbythe 000. Some of these refunds ATLANTA--The Thank- [:lk~ Pear.~[tCSota;~etl~adn tP:):CllCt~n~:::'s ooking For Postal Service as undeli- Continued To Page6 sgiving holiday is one of the ..... r " - ., . Comnanv and Savannah s ...... xt~ mousana mzJes oz ~ - longest in the year and, -, ....... 165thSunnlyCompany. 7 17.5 KAnrol=n verable in Georgia, rang- roaas aria nlgnways, ~.i~y ~-" -.~u..v uVV.b..,...v unfortunately, tends to be ....... For further informa- change in timber pricessales conducted by its of. mmpty aoes no nave ne one of the deadliest. Ac- - tion, please contact ColD-ATLANTA--If you are aduring the remainder ofrices in Albany, Atlanta, manpower o engage m cording to Colonel Curtis .... nel Harry Heath, Depart- Georgia resident who no- 1990. He predicted "regis- Macon, and Statesboro, r specmt en!orcementpro D. Earp, J., Commission- . ..... " ment of Defense, at 404/ ver received your 1989 tance will soon develop by Ga. and Gainesville, Fla. er of the Department ofjeers sucn as. L),UI ~sk 624-6060 federal tax refund, the In- timber owners refusing to In addition to timber sales, v,,hl;,, .q.f,~tv ,k. A....o.., !orces ana roaamae soori- ~ ....." , ......... .......... ~ ....... ~"" ...... ~ i . ~ . sell at depressed prices." the firm provides forestry ment's Accident Reporting ety cnecKs, ~olonel lsarp II P I I n I n ff ~ e a n a m ve n n ~ F & W monitors prices management, consulting, - - ex--lained The cummiN mwvvmmm, mmm~ m=vvmmvmms3 m~*#mmv~ Unit predicts that 22 poD- v - and demand for standing appraisal, and environ- pie will die during the sioner also noted that, last timber (stumpage) through mental services. 102-hour holiday period, year, of the 25 fatalities Ga. Timber Prices Down Mrs. Melva Grlfr. of 109 Old Pearson Road is The holiday officiallyrecorded, 23 occurred on Sched gs her Homerville Housing Authority begins at 6 p.m. on Wed- rural state, county andALBANY--Reflecting ther throughout the region, ule Of Meetin Month"Award. nesday, November 21, federal roads. Only one the worsening economy, making for favorable log- and ends at midnight Sun- fatality occurred on an prices received by land- ging conditions; sharp CONFERENCE .ROOM interstate highway and one owners in Georgia and the rises in gasoline and die- "Home-of-the-fashion" chocolate cake.' day, November 25. Award recipient is She enjoys working in her Colonel Earp, said that more on a city street: He Southeast for standing tim- sol prices resulting from by an anonymousyards and visitingher at a time of year thatpointed out that the Geor- her dropped during the late the Mid-East crisis; the Slash yineElectricMembershipCorp. Criteria is friends and children, suggests home and family gia State Patrol, with its summer and early fall, a continued deep slump in on the appearance The Homerville Housing togetherness, altogether 48 patrol posts spreadmajor forestry consultlng home construction; and " well up-keep of theAuthority is very pleased too many people die on across the state, is in the firm reported, the weakening economy in ~Nov. 26 pm(closed) Alcoholics Anonymous home and to present this award to Georgia's roads. Last year best position to concen- Eley C. Frazier Ill, chair- general. Alnon t. Mrs. Griffis. 25 people were killed in trate some special enforce- man of Albany-based F & "Another factor that may received a Steve Bennett, traffic accidents and 16 ment activities on particu- W Forestry Services, Inc. be adverselyaffectingtim- Nov. 27 p.m.i ..... ,.Narcotics Anonymous and the "Home-Executive Director died in alcohol and drug larly troublesome rural which handles timber sales ber prices is the diaster ;Nov. 30 p.m ........... Alcoholi-cs Anonymous sign will be Carl H. Shell, Chairman related crashes, roads and intersections, for landowners, said fac- farmers have experienced in her home for one Lonnie Spates, The Georgia State Pa- Since 15 of the fatalities tots beyond the control of with their crops this year All AA mee es at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Griffin has Vice-chairman " trol's approach t~' holiday last year were not wearing buyers and manufacturers due to the dry weather," in the HomervilleW.C. McMiilian, traffic law enforcement,any kind of safety equip- of forest products contribu- Frazer said. "This may bePHONE NO. 24 HOURS A DAY 487-5201 Authority since Commissioner Colonel Earp said, is toment, and the wearing of ted to the downturn in forcing some farmers of 1970. She Jeff Brown continue the practice ofseat belts is the law in demand and prices during to sell timber to raise bad- Our Answering Service tn W~tyrces will answer cooking and baking Commissioner and pies. :Size is JamesC~ using every sworn member Georgia, State Troopers thefallquarter, lyneededcash." after Offlce Hours for em~rgencies of the Georgia State Pa- also will be looking for seat Among those factors, However, Frazer said he I~ublished by Slash Pine EMC as a publlc*servtce for her "Old- ~ioner belt violations. Frazer said, were dry wea- does not expect much ~ , ............................................ _L_i