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CLINCH COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY. NOVEMBER22,1990 Page2. _ so t~e l'-dea was born." Middle East - There was a majo~ Established ln 1894 Helping U.S. Wilson then called Fobell Regular Energy Letter To Editor the parentsoftheP A . A-- . because, "I knew this was 0ecreased Dear Sir: Allstars present. WaR iZl=. orH,,,i, or,rants) Troops somet g we would be Assistance ,t has come to my .at- t~em~l:etssi~e:tUotiTl~ced-]~ ',it, IIaF~O~WJp ~a"W 4. "'" able to do, Mike Price, Blood Supply Write Home sales manager for tags, Program re.tie. .... that the Boosters. ,ers ....... ,uo , oo ' ' and Dave Scullin, manager The American Red Cross t;lUt) nat voted not to al- . .... L .L .... ,~I (Pubhcahon Number 118-140) ....... ts promem w~ui ~.~ ~-j 210 E. Dame Ave. Ph. 9121487-5337 CLEVELAND--Desert for meuical tmng proauc , The Georgia Depart- blood supply has already low the .... Pee-Wee Allstars, mg ..... to tne waycross-- HOMERVILLE, GA 31634 camouflage isn't the usual !ed the. ~am effort to carry ment of Human,Resources started to drop due to the to partlclpate~ re.this_ yearl s eai'"rmwl." |s~ ..... , The coaches vomnwq ~~-~- color scheme for an enve- c.ne taea mrougn ~ co~:l~- is offering help with heat- cancellation of military Waycross cereal flow ....... Official Organ of Clinch County and City of Homerville lope, but at one of Georgia tmn, ann .Bar .... , ing costs to eligible low- drives in surrounding areas t~emg..a mem~ero r the~ ~nlSast melr .......... ume ano ~ne p~'J P~ifie ~Orn's envelor~-grapnic artist, createa one income clients,* Telephone The Red Cross relies on the 44mmaUn:ty ~Oa su p:r~r voiced their coml~ .= _ -=" ; ._':__.:_~_ .._^~-~envelope's desert camou- appointments for general ml-~ta-"~ to prSduc~ hund-y . P support We were al~i i ~ ~ manumcLurmg upon=- ., - " intake will be taken start- reds of units of blood each of the ClinchCounty " ~ tions, khaki is the color of zmge aemgn. . ., ...... _ - . ~ that the equipment be~ ~qr ~. choice Working together,me ing on December 3, 1990month. In order to main- Athletic Program, I woum ed to the Boosters {~ Aren t the par ~ The Cleveland division prduc~:l~as.C~Stto=~r s~.e;" at Concerted Services, Inc. rain an adequate supply to like to question the Ath- , ents d of Mail-Well Envelope, vzce, p . mg rap- Local service centers, meet the needs of area has- letic Boosters ........ recent votecnuaren participatinll-" . subsidiary of Georgia- ping uepartments are nnl-The regular energy oasis- pitals, the Red Cross is not to allow me tee-wee the Boosters Club th~ - :~ ~" ~"~- : C~ shing up the order The do- Published Every Thursday at The News Office Pacific, ~~ one .... " . . tance program is being relying on members of this Allstars to participate in their $I0 00 memb~ In Homerville, Georgia million enve[~e~Z"~'tO be nauon Zb ~he a]~e;eP=~ operated entirely by CSI c-SmmunRy -to. donate the Waycross'C~real Bowl; fees9 " for $11.55 per year inside Clinch Countysent ~ee to U.S. troops in next...e . y . . , in the eight county south- blood on Tuesday, Novem- we have participated in this We teach our childre and $13.65 per year outside Clinch County . the Middle East. Pa.per f, or b=gzs~lcsAogencymivlecna" east area at each of the ber 27th from 1:00 p.m. to event for the past 25 years, school and at home the re'act was oonacea D, ....... ~ ....... CSI local service centers. 6:00 p,m. at Clinch County Based. on information sup- ....c-.....-f-,~,'cl-m ...,~f .._.......,-h-;~o _.._a~ ~P~ D~-r~ Y "We're pleased to be After a telephone appoint- High School. phed, very .few membersdemocratic form of g# IVERSON H. HUXFORD Similar to mailgrams of- able to neip our servme- ment is made. Clients Your donation will save were present wnen tins no ment. Yet, they and Editor an0 Publisher fared by the postal service, men and women keep in will need to bring proof of lives in the community, vote was taken. Upon talk- parents were deprived ~-,~-r~o P~cific's "Fold touch with their families income of all household1"he Red Cross needs at mg to other parents, nochoices and freedo~ "~ ~"~" " " n" friends " said Glenn members with them to least 300 units of blood one was aware that thisparticipate e .... .~ ,-.~...... ~....,...... c~^. ^t Homerville GA Velope design enables the a a , ~v.u ~,=~ rv~"t~= ra,u ~ ' writer to use the insideMoore, general manager their' scheduled appoint- everyday, rain or shine, meeting was to be held. Is it any'wonder tl~ ~..fo~o .~ ,ha ]=t~.~r It of the company's Cleve-ment. Having this informa- during every season to At a recent discussionNational Congress is i POSTMASTER: Send address changes to:The Chnch' =""~then is .............. folded, sealed and landdivmmn." " " "Our employ- tion available at appoint- meet the needs of hospital after the presentation of ~.-.~~t~ it" %~ h.,'n Iv-----=,emkln~|-. COUnty News, P O Box 377, Homerville, GA 31634 ready for mailin~ A small ees were; exo'ited about ment time will greatly patients in this area. trophies to the various ~rass roots and the II I III tagline on t~e inside m.ak.ingt.hi,'sc~ntr~butin"is speed up processing time. "Giving blood is safe, Pee-Wee, Flag and Mid- ~'- . = . kept guns at home kept says, "Thanks to our fromivlm.~-we~ ~n_v_v.~a~ccturer Income Guidelines Foreasy and a way you canget football teams and gegt~ing.~ur chddren ~0H~TV IP'AnT them loaded at all times, Marl-Well Envelope and aomajor u.~.manm u~_ Regular Energy Program: help to put the "sparkle" cheerleaders, we were I would like to c~ ..... a "'~ .... and half of these guns were Georgia-Pacific." . tv~ 7nmer~:~eX~r~u:tsPe~imh $7,222 for one person back into someone's life,~ told we could not have a meat Joe West on thl M~we not kept locked away from The donation was the ~7 manuf~cctu~ing facilities household; $9,683 for two said Edna Kirby, BloodBooster Club meeting be- job he's done coordi~ nuwo children idea of Larry Wilson, a .... persons; $12,144 for three Service Chairman, Clinch cause not enough. .--mem" .,~th-- ,v~",=~, .~.v~-~ w,~,, ~.~, "~ - " ...... ntative basednauonwme, persons; $14,605 for four County. The blood donation bers were present, tnere ~tctermuverwnesmmg sa~es represe ~ . .... l~]dget football pr~ persons; $17,066 for five takes6to 10minutes. were approximately~u By Mike Bruorton Cause Of Food-Borne in Akron,, Ohio_and,Rose- Coaxial Prn~r=m . th~syear. - Illness marie ~ooett, umveiana s~l#~l~= ""*b'--"" persons; $19,527 for six What's more, one blood parents present forthzs A concerned parent " .... t " Guns & Kids Bacteria are the over- admmmtratwe ass~stan ..... o .. #~. . persons; $21,988 for seven donation can help save as discussion. James Landrum ...... ns whelmin- cause of food Wilson says he was driving Eli/aoetn ChUrCH persons; $24,449 for eight many as four peoples ~~ Manytanmzesowngu , ~ - . or more person household lives because the blood is ] ~:)h:-_------/--~::~ --"~~ h,~th for s~rt and her- borne illness in the United to work one morning when Elizabeth Baptmt Church so-n'al s-afety:-Unfo--l'tunate-States, scientists say, but he heard on the. radiothe, of Argyle will be having and must have the respon- separated into components i ,~, a/~~ Iv rams nlav an imnortantthe nublic isn't vet con- oonations mane oy severa~ an appreciation for their sibili8ty for paying the cost and transfused to different ~ ~' "- " " "-~ "- " r sol i role in many injuries and vinced companies to ou d- musician Bro. Frank Jones of energy for home heat- patients." inc. For further informa- Please take the time to ~ _ ~m So light-shy--and so ill~rliouHr@ some sea u~ fatalities resulting fromAlfred Fain of Silliker ers overseas: "I knew we of Waycross, Ga. Novem- tion beginning December donate on Tuesday, No- that they pick up pebbles and hold them up to r nal violence ~ t~tin~r husi shouia ne able to oo some- ber 25 at 3"50 n m mterpe so , Labs. a f---- ....... ~, --- .............. " "-" ".. 3, 1990 contact Mavis vember 27th from 1:00 shadows when caught in flashlight beams. suicide, and accidents, ness in Stone Mountain,cmngtonezpcne~ezzorc.~oz-Appearing on me pro- Trowell at 487-2445. p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at University of Georgia spoke at the recent annual diers use a lot of envelopes, gram along with Bro ..... Clinch County High School. Extension Service Humanmeeting of the Agricul- Jones will be the Tr~f The ancient Egyl~tlana used It could mean a lifetime for Development Specialist rural Economics Associa- Corrections To Quail County Mass Choir bronze ruor~ and the person who's waiting Don Bower says children tion of Georgia, whichAnd RabbitHunting Pearson, Ge. focuSed on the economics of The public is invited to ~dingimns. for your donation. (11-22) The County Courthouse will be a safe food supply. Seasons attend this joyous occa- November 22 & 23 for the While consumers in one In the Georgia Depart- alan. arvin holiday. study ranked pesticides ment of Natural Resources, Rev. F. D. Mincey, pastor as their perceived top risk, Game and Fish Division Sis. Ruth Hicks, secretary and teenagers are at parti- cular risk of suffering un- intentional gunshot injury. He says most major gun-related organizations agree that gun ownership carried with it special res- pensibilities, especially when children are around, Common safety recommen- dations include: Childproof" a revol- ver by securing a padlock around the top strap of the weapon or by using a trigger lock. Store handguns and ammunition in separate locations. Do not store your handgun among your val- uables, in a bedside table or under your mattress or pillow. Become thoroughly familiar with the storage cleaning and use of any firearm in your home. Don't rely on a fire- arm's safety device - treat every gun as if it were loaded and ready to fire. while these recommen- dations may sound like common sense, Bower says one study found half of surveyed families who experts ranked known risk 1990-91 Hunting Seasons from pesticides far down and Regulations, the dates View From the list. The worst prob- for quail and rabbit seasons lems with food, according were incorrectly stated. The Pew A to Fain, are microbial The correct dates for infections and simple over- quail season are Novem- By lma ~~ eating, her 17 through March Christian V~.\___--~" Problems with a single 15 for the northern zone microbial agent - saline- and November 17 through nella costs some $4 February 28 for the south- Long before George billion in the U.S. each ern zone. The correct dates Washington proclaimed year. for rabbit season are No- the first official Thanksgiv- Fain says that figures vember 17 through Febu-ing on November 26, 1789 from the Centers for Dis- vember 17 through28 and long before the Pil- ease Control from 1973-87 statewide, grims set out for the New on food-borne illnesses For more information World on December 21, showed that 66 percent Of on hunting seasons and 1620, there were canoe- the outbreaks and 87 per- regulations, contact the cations of thanksgiving cent of the cases came from Georgia Department of and praise to the Almighty. bacterial pathogens.Natural Resources, 205 The Pilgrin~ lived in Contrary to public percep- Butler Street, S.E., Suite England, an island country, tion, known chemical con- 1258, Atlanta, Go. 30334, during ~t~n era of State reli- tamination of any kind re- or call (912) 656-3530.gion. All other churches suited in only a fraction of o- " were illegal. Those who the cases caused by mi- ~ desired a less formal mode crobes, of worship were called Economic losses from "separatists", and were food-borne illnesses in- persecuted and often jail- ed when they were caught clude such expenses as medical costs, loss of pro- ductivity and loss of busi- ness work time. Every year, foreign visitors spend about $14 billion in tha U.S. My Fellow Ci't ens. For the past ten years you have generously allowed me to be a member d your C{ty Counc'll. These have been mostly produ ve tlmes for our commun[ty. Now, you have allowed me to he'me your Mayor and we must address the d our dry. Economic thnes are hard - w{tness the t{ghtening d our state and federal budgets. It is d vital importance in the next few years that we do our utmost, as we have always done, to promote the econondc development d our mmunity for therein lies the furore for ourselves, our ramies, and our ty. I pro that you be proud for g{ving me this opportu- n{ty to serve you. Sin rely, Georgia law states that you must have permission-to hunt on lands of another. It further states that you can not l unt from or shoot across a road. Ulxm convicti-on, the fine for h'unting on lands of anothe" r without permission would be a fine up to $I,000.00 and up to a year {n jail. In ad t{on, persons cond-cted of tlds offense wih be placed on probation and their hunting pr{- vi]eges revol ed for 12 months. to the many complaints receiveda 'ut these types, of violat{ons ...... the Clinch Uotmty. Commissioners. . have asked,. i the Sheriff's office to assist the Dept. of Natural Resour- c.eS the enforcement of these laws. holding secret worship services.. Their leaders, William Brewster and William Bradford decided to take the pilgrims, as they were later called, to Holland, a free country. After twelve years .they believed they could have a better and freer life in the New World and set sail on the May- flower, After they landed at Plymouth Rock, life was not easy. Many were ill and died, leaving only 55 of the original 101. Indians were friendly, tho, and they had a good crop the first year. In the fall of 1621 the Pilgrims invited their Indian friends and some 90 people sat down to Thanksgiving dinner. In Levitical law a Harvest Festival or "Pentecost Fes- tival", since it was held 50 days after the First Fruits, was held each year by the Israelites. It is one of seven holy convocations recorded in Leviticus Chapter 23. Many believe the Pilgrims were think- ing of the Harvest Festi- val on their thanksgiving day. Psalms 100 says "he thankful unto Him and bless His name", and we are told throughout scripture to honor and re- verence God by a life of thankfulness. We can show our love for God, too, by being thankful to people around us and blessing them (Matt. 25:40). We are not told how many times to pray as the Islam are, but we can find ample occasions to be thankful; such as at meals, on arising and retiring, and at church, of course. The first systam of writing wm invented bY the Sums" ians in ancient Mesopot- amia abou~ 3~00 B.C. Grocery .and Nursery Phone 487-5382 Homerville, Go. Open at 7:00 a.m. for early shoppers. PEPSi 991 CRACKLINGS 10Lb. or CHITTERLINGS .99t Lb ' s Smoked 2Lb. Box ICon 12 to Case COKES, DIET-COKi SlUrrEd, ;AGE AGE $2 Lb .39 OldTON Hen: EMPIRE BANKING CO. WILL BE' CLOSED THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 IN OBSERVANCE OF THANKSGIVING DAY Furniture Restorati6n Kitchen Dinin grom Chairs Recovered. See Larry Evans 487-2179 LOANS / When you come to see us for your banking needs we'll give you an answer in plain talk...easy to understand banking. Whether you need professional counseling to help you achieve your financial goal or loons for your personal or business use, we're here to help you with personal, friendly, courteous and efficient service in an old fashion, no-nonsense, plain talk kind of way. $ MEMBER" Hi)merville, Georgia