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i Peace and joy be with
you this Easter Season
This week is very important to us, to our phar-
J macy, for it signifies the rebirth, the resurrection of
\ Christ —a miracle that sets Christianity apart from
other religion^.
Rebirth is in the air.
Adrenalin is flowing. The
very essence of the Father
permeates the planet. It’s a
time to feel joy and glad
ness, to feel uncompro
mising love and to give
love. “He has risen” is the
good news that makes all
else incidental, i
Though your nrdigious
beliefs may vary! Use and
love are synonjyrjrious in
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Teacher would disagree.
So, a bit of love from us,
: this beautiful Easter
Season. Peace and joy be
with you.
Pesticide Use Law In Effect
BY JOHNNY HENSLEY
Yancey Co. Pest Coordinator
The provisions of the
Federal Insecticide, Fungi
cide and Rodenticide Act
(FIFRA) of 1972, as amended,
requires certification of all
users of restricted-use pesti
cides. Here are the parts of
the law which concerirYancey
farmers most:
The law:
-says that all pesticide use
THE YANCEY JOURNAL
BOX 667
Burnsville. N.C. 28714
Phone [7o4] 682-2120
Edward Yuziuk, Publisher
Carolyn Yuziuk-Editor
Pat Randclph-Manager
Brenda Alien-Staff
Published Every Thursday
By
Twin Cities Publishing Co.
2nd Class Postage Paid
At Burnsville, N.C.
Thursday, April IS, 1976
Vol. 4, Number 16
Subscription Rates By Mail:
in Yancey County
One Year $5.00
Six Months- $4.00
Out Os County or State
One Year $7.00
’ Six Months $6.00
must be classified as either
general use or restricted use.
-requires you to be
certified in order to use any of
the pesticides classified as
restricted use.
Sports News
B Yancey County
Commission
A one-pitch meeting is
scheduled. This meeting is
to determine the entry fees
and to order
Managers please be ptfsejlUc
The meeting will be held in
the Yancey County Courtroom
at 8 p.m. on Thursday, April
15. Contact Gordon Banks,
Recreation Director, 682-2243
if you have questions.
VOLLEYBALL LEAGUE
STANDINGS w L
C.B.’s 5 1
REGULAR HEARING AID
SERVICE CENTER
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Burnsville, N.C.
Thursday,
■ April 22nd 1976
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a loan, he expects a
simple interest loan.. .We Agree!
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Because you pay interest only on the outstanding balance, you monev * 9 S ' mpe lnterest loan - !t can save <U
you pay less when you make your payment a little early. You We aarL u,itb ~
can set your own payment date, too. agree with you .. . Jf u
So, next time you want a loan ... for a new car. home im- VS __ __ \
provement, or whatever... stop by your nearest Northwestern '(S>7THE NORTHWESTERN BANK
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-provides penalties (fines
and jail terms) for people who
do not obey the law.
October 21, 1977 has been
set by the Environmental
Protection Agency as the date
Old Timers 5 1
Athletics 4 2
Eagles 3 3
Pensacola 2 2
13 Spikers 2 3
Cy Jordan 2 4
Smokeys 1 4
This weeks schedule fea
tures the following games:
April 14, Wednesday
Smokey vs. C.B.’s 7:00
Athletics vs. Jordan 7:40
Eagles vs. Old Timers 8:20
Spikers vs. Pensacola 9:00
FREE
CLEANING AND CHECK-UP
OF ANY HEARING AID
FREE
ELECTRONIC
HEARING TEST
BATTERIES
If you can't come in, we'll
come to you. Just call us.
HEARING AID SERVICE
87 Patton Ave.
Asheville, N.C. 28801' M
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by which all users of
restricted use pesticides must
be certified.
WHAT IS CERTIFICATION?
The certification program
is designed to provide proof
that you know the safe and
correct way to carry out
restricted uses. Both private
and commercial applicators
will have to meet State and
National standards.
The North Carolina Agri
culture Extension Service has
the responsibility for training
farmers and helping them get
certified. The enforcement of
the laws is the responsibility
of the N.C. Department of
Agriculture.
CERTIFICATION HERE
Twenty farmers have al
ready been certified in Yancey
County. They are the mem
bers of the “Veterans Farm
Training Class.’'’ The certifi
cation program involves at
tending and participating in
two sessions of two hours
each. A second class is
scheduled to have the first
session Tuesday night, April
20,1976 at the Yancey County
Courthouse in Burnsville from
7:00 to 9:00 p.m. The second
session will be held April 27.
Attendance both nights is
required for certification. The
Yancey County Agriculture
Extension staff will |»e con
ducting the classes.
It is estimated there are
between 1800 and 2000
persons in Yancey County
who will need to be certified
by October 21, 1977. 70 to 80
farmers are expected to be
certified this spring. If you are
a user of any restricted use
pesticides and you are a
producer of an agriculture
commodity, then this certifi
cation program is for you. If
you have any questions
regarding the pesticide certi
fication program you may call
682-2113, 682-6186 from 8:00
a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
letter Tt
: Tie Miter CaMflgl
Dear Editor:
Enclosed Is a copy of my letter to Dr. Bateheßer
[Drama-Speech Dept. UNC-G]. I would like to have you print It
in the Journal as It could serve to answer many inquiries I have
been receiving from Burnsville folk.
Sincerely,
Lauren K. [Woody] Woods
“Dr. David BatcheUer
Drama and Speech
UNC-G, Greensboro, N.C.
Dear David:
I am writing to thank yon for your offer to return to Parkway
Playhouse this season.
My response, I believe, will come as little surprise to you
who know me so well.
After digesting Dr. JeUlcorse’s letter which informed me of
my dismissal as Managing Director, reading the terms of your
proposed appointment, and studying the new student
brochure, I now realize that my reluctance to return to
Burnsville can be synthesized into one reason-to become a
subordinate, staff-director after eight years of managing the
playhouse successfully would represent a giant step backwards
for me. I just can’t take It.
It should be made clear that I wanted very badly to be part
of the anniversary season, that my love for the playhouse and
the Town of Burnsville has not diminished but has grown
deeper and that my decision is not altogether popular in my
home and with many of my Monmouth students who wished to
study with me this summer. Furthermore, that while I will
therefore be pursuing my professional acting career this
summer, this is really the effect of my Parkway decision, not
the cause.
Finally, I am deeply thankful to all of those people
responsible for the marvelous times my family has had these
past thirteen years In Yancey County. We have been very
happy there and the memories will endure for many years. My
Ellen, Kenny and Jennifer and I all sincerely hope that one day
the situation will be such that we can once again share the
indescribable beauty of the mountains and the warm fellowship
of her people.
As always,
Lauren K. Woods”
Sierra Club Plans Hike I
On Saturday, April 17, an
eight mile hike from the Blue
Ridge Parkway to Lane’s
Pinnacle is planned by the
Western North Carolina
Group of the Sierra Club. Not
a particularly difficult hike but
a steady climb to the
Pinnacle, returning the same
way so anyone unable to go
the whole way could stop
along the route until the
others came down. Bring
1 lunch. Guests welcome. , J
Meet at the IGA Store, I
Hendersonville, at 8:45 a.ip. f
or the Ranger and Maintei)-
1 ance Office at Oteen (just
North of U.S. 70 off to the;
right of the Parkway) at 9:30
a.m. We will consolidate cars
at this point then proceed
northeastward to the point
where the hike will begin, not
too far from Asheville. Leader
is Jim Maddox: 669-7043.
    

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