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CLINCH COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1990 Pagc 7 , ,: Report From Washington DNR Names New Biologist By U.S. Rep. J. Roy Rowland The Georgia Department "Trans-South Parkway" Proposed in. I! or ATLANTA--The iden- tity crisis could soon be over for the developmental highway which spans Geor- gia from Columbus to Brun- swick as state lawmakers prepare to give a name to the roadway which has commodity. "We decided that this road should reflect distance and geography," said Perry "se, in a compromise, we came up with the name 'Trans-seuth Parkway.'" "We think that name BY DR. BOB JONES, CHANCELLOR BOB dONE8 Univer#itu Scripture says of King Josiah of Judah that "like unto him was there no king before him, that turned to the Lord with all his heart... soul.., and might, according to all the law of Moses; neither after him arose there any like him." Josiah succeeded in spite of a terrible back. 9round. Amon, his father, and Ma- nasseh, his grandfather, had been evil rulers. So great had been their ine--an entire nation judged, con- demned, and destroyed because of the example of a king who caused his people to sin. Manasseh's idols and groves led the people into im- morality and pagan worship. God's people "went awhorin9 after other gods." When you begin to serve that which the world serves, you will soon begin to sin with the world's sins. Every divine promise in the day of WASHINGTON--The Harder drugs, like crack, of Natural Resources, statistics show thatand intravenous use, are Coastal Resources Divi-been blandly dubbed "Cor- clearly indicates what the ung~ily influence that they had led the kings was based upon obedience IS is spreading more ra- more commonplace. Drug-sion has named Dan For-ridor Z" for the past de- road is all about," Perry away from righteousness the people to divine law and service to the Lord. cede. added, over whom they ruled and for The amazing thing in these inci- iy in rural areas ofrelated juvenile offenses ster of Dacula as the Wild- whom they should have provided dents isthepatienceofGod. Repeat. gia than anyone rea- in rural areas are up 80 life Biologist for the Coastal State Sen. Ed Perry of Perry said the legisla- Nashville has introduced a tors from the area have godly leadership, edly He sent prophets with warnings, |nfluence is a great responsibility, but the warnings fell on deaf ears and percent. Child abuse andRegions of Georgia. bill which, if passed, would indicated that they agree A careless word, a thoughtless act, stiff hearts. Scripture says that God No one should be too neglect by drug-addictedThis appointment was designatethe 250-milewith the proposed name Lrprised. The prolifera- parents have greatly in- made on the first of the or a worldly attitude on our part can is long-suffering, awaiting repent- m of drug abuse in smal- creased. Drug-related year, at which time theCorridor Z as the "Trans- and he predicts that the cause people to be damned. How ance. How sad it is that many people r communities, particu- AIDS cases are soaring, regional boundaries were South Parkway", putting an measure will win appro- tragic it would be to see a soul who acceptHislovingkindnessnever fly intravenous drug We need more informa- realigned. Mr. Forster's end to years of controversy val from the Senate and in Hell because of our example. Be. repent. The man who ~ to Hell ,use, has inevitably tion about how to deal with new assignment includesover who - or what - toHouse. cause of Manasseh's evil deeds goes there in spite of God s love that celerated the spread of these problems in rural parts of the regions pre- name it after. Corridor Z is a 250 mile and influence over God s people, sent His only begotten Son to die ~S. People who shoot areas. What kinds of edu- viously managed by DNR Perry says the idea for a high-quality four-lane high- they were led into captivity, imag- on a Cross for his salvation. on drugs will evidently cation programs work best Wildlife Biologists George roadway to link Columbus way which links Columbus ................... ke any risk, including in rural communities? Steele and Gene Love. Mr. with the Georgia coast is to Brunswick via Albany, also be available ..m the Valdnefa Ranlr Construction is expecwd lvinfection. How prepared is the rural Steel has been transferred based on the same concept Tifton, and Waycross gym. Aoranam uamwin IOlUU@tU UUHn to be comnleted by l'~t~ Fortunately, drug abuse health care system? Who from the manager of Re-as the high-speed German passing through 14 coun- students will lead campus .... June. ~ .... g young people willpay? Andhow? gion Seven to the manager "autobahns" and dates ties. It was constructed ,tours prior to the 11 a.m; Stockholders In addition to Brantley, lrs to be on the de-The National Commis- of Region Six, and Mr. back to World War II when by upgrading existing focus On Your Major _ the or~----~-in~- directors of New statistics ofsion on AIDS is already Love wasnamedastbenew officials consideredwaysto roads and is aimed at time. During this hour, the Dennrt ValdostaB~--~anl~ #. ~..,.[,. facilitate the movement of boosting economic de- smoent Vmltors WlU nave clude" William W Brewed- abuse by high school paying attention to rural Waterfowl Biologist in troops and equipment from velopment in South Geor- an oppe.rtunity to sit down Valdosta Bank & Trustfoot, ' D.D.S., James I). indicates that 20 areas, and this spring is Albany. used drugs within planning a tour of rural Mr. Forster has worked Ft. Benning to the coastal gia. If federal funding w~m anwsers m every concluded its initial public Carroll, Jr., Philip C. Con- period, the 10thGeorgia to get more first- for the Department of Na- ports. He said the plans fell continues, the road will major to ae~ermine meir stock offering yesterday nell, David V Drumh(q- year the percen-hand information. This 15- tural Resources since Jan- dormant, however, .wheneventually link Georgia to career choices, with a total of $4.4 million ler, W. Wayne Fann, ()wen member commission, crea- uary of 1989. As a Non-the war came to an end and Kansas City. At 12:15 p.m., the Abra- in sales. "That's $400,000 D. Harris, Thomas E. a 50-percent reduction 1979. bodes well for the But for the mo- ted under legislation I game/Endangered Speciesmore thah 20 years passed introduced a couple ofBiologist, Mr. Forster pre- before interest in the road- years ago, includes three viously worked in the Rum way was renewed. Presidential cabinet mere- Creek Management Area By the late 1970s, the Tuition Grants Given Away At Abraham ham Baldwin Foundation more than we needed" Hatcher, and Rudolph R. will host a free picnic said Norman L. Brantley, McCall, Jr. W. C. Co~,,~- lunch with a take home tbebank's President/CEO. land and C. Dave Richards souvenir. Gressette Gym "Perhaps even more impor- have joined the organizers will again be filled with tant, it represents invest- as Advisory Directors. may have declined,If the country doesn't and McIntesh. His duties problems adequately address AIDSwill include performing drug abuse and drug abuse in ruralwildlife inventories, he to be more se- America now, it will cost will supervise the three Violence in drug the country much more in wildlife management areas has increased, both lives and money later, that are owned and leased ...... by the state for multipur- a. Special Olympics poses Mr. Forster studied ites ..?n.v ears Wildlife Biologyat the Uni- ! versity of Georgia, receiv- Athens'~oins with Geor- Hugh Durham, and his ing a B,S,~in 1986 and a Special Olympics in wife Malinda are serving M.S. in 1988. His special "20 Years of for the fifth year as Grand interests included hunt- phs and Teamwork" Marshalls for the Winter ing, photography and it hoststhe 1990 Games. On Friday evening, camping. Indoor Games, February 23, at 7:30 p.m. The now-extinct ammstor r 23-25 the Durhams will help of the horse eohippus, had it's hardly notice- bers and a number of the in Forsyth. In the posi- roadway became a part of Baldwin most areas. In fact, nation's most prominent tion, Mr. Forster main- the state's proposed de- students from 12:30 - 1:15 ments from more than 450 rural law enforce- authorities on the AIDS tained both the Endan-velopmental highway sys-TIFTON--Two high p.m. when the Abraham stockholders throughout, officers say they be- epidemic. As for the drug gered Species Survey Pro- tern. Perry said that while school visitors who visit the Baldwin performing groups not just Lowndes County,Award-W'mning drug abuse is still problem, I've proposed gram and the Reintroduc- virtually everyone agreed campus of Abraham Bald- take center stage. Groups but all the counties sur- their communities, guaranteeing rural areas tion of Endangered Species that it should be built, what win College for Open Cam- scheduled to perform are rounding Valdosta. So, Author To Speak question any statis- a certain level of funding Program. to call it became a bone of pus Day 1990 on Feb. 22 the Fabulous Golddusters not only have we raised the hat suggest the prob- for federal drug programs As the Wildlife Biolo- contention, will receive $350 tuition dance team, the Cloggers, money...we've done it with At VSC away. to make sure they do not gist for the Coastal Region, Perry said strong sup- grants, the Show Choir, and the broad-based community is no evidence receive a disproportionate- Mr. Forster will manage port developed in 1985 to Abraham Baldwin Pub- Jazz Band. support. True to our origi- Starkey Flythe, award- abuse is getting any ly low share. In my view, Georgia's six counties name the road the "Peach lic Relations Director Students must be pre- nal goal," he said, "no winning author and re- among the non- Congress will, in fact, look which border the Atlantic State Parkway" to closely. Michael Chason said every sent to win at the 1:15 p.m. individual controls more founding editor of the population. And out for rural areas in the Ocean--Chatham, Bryan, identify it with Georgia prospective student whodrawing. After that time than5% of our stock." Saturday Evening Po.~.t, number of youngfight against drugs. Liberty, Camden, Glynn and link it to the state's attends the campuswide the students will have an "We believe this is a will read from his fiction ~t nickname, but there wasrecruitment day will re- opportunity to visit the Exo- bellweather of what's Valdosta State Co/le~e also strong opposition:ceive a ticket. Two of the tic Animal Collection, at- to come," Brantley added, on Thursday, February ::2 He said groups represent- tickets will be drawn at tend the "Pegasus" Liter- "As a locally-owned corn- in Pound Hall Auditorium than 800 athletes kick-off this exciting week- a short neck and stood no mental retardation end at the Opening Cere- higher than a mediunHdZed Participate in basket- monies when they lead the dog. basketball skills, Special Olympics Parade Clarke Central High developmental floor hockey, roller skating compet- for medals in different of Atheltes, accompanied by the UGA athletes, into the Clarke Central High School gymnasium. The events will be held at the following locations: Team basketball competi- tion: Stegeman Gymnasium UGA campus; Basketball Skills competition, Wo- mens Physical Education Bldg., UGA campus; Bowling competition, Showtime Bowl, Athens; Floor hockey competition, School, Athens; Roller skating competition, Athens Skate Inn, Athens. Volunteers donate their time and energies to make dreams a reality for these mentally handicapped Special Olympians. Indivi- duals who are interested in joining the Georgia Spe- cial Olympics volunteer team should contact Syl- via Wilson, volunteer coordinator, at (404) 546- 8859. ing the various crops and 1:15 p.m. for the two $350 ary Awards program which munity bank headquartered on north campus. commodities grown along tuition grants. These will feature a presenta- right here in Valdosta, Mr. Flythe is the author its path wanted their grants cover almost all tion by Larry Bussey, and we intend to give the peo- of Lent: The Slow Fast, a names used and "we got tuition and fees for one have their caricatures ple of this community the short story collection du~ into a commodity war.~ quarter at Abraham Bald- drawn by Dr. Vincent Kee- kind of responsive banking out this May. His stori~s Among the names pro. win. see and Abraham Baldwin service they have told us have appeared in l~st poed were the Southern "This is our major re- student artists, they want and need. " American Short Storie~ Pine Parkway, Pineland cruiting day of the year," For more information The bank's new build- and O. Henry Prize V,~t Parkway, Farmbelt Park-Chason said. "We expect about Open Campus Day, ing, at 2611 N. Patterson ume. He is also the winm~r way, Peanut Parkway, about 800 students to visit contact the admissions of- Street, has been under of the 1989-90 Georgia Poe- Jimmy Carter Parkway the campus and take part rice at its toll free number, and Sunbelt Parkway. El- in the activities we have 1-800-634-1116. forts to reach a compromise planned for them." ..... were unsuccessful and Registration begins at Perry says the plan to name 8:30 a.m. in GressetteIn Lapland, the sun never the road died. Gym. Displays from allrises above the horizon for Other names proposed 45 different majors will two months each winter. Now there's a natural way for you to contact us with questions about your gas service. Just use the number above. And remember, you can still drop your monthly payment off at The Country Store on 114 West Dame Avenue' S give us a call It's just ne f many ways we're here to serve you. Georgia Natural Gas Company levels. The compe- is all day Saturday, 24 from 9:00 to 4:00 p.m. Finals basketball and floor hockey will be Sunday, February from 9:00 a.m. to of Georgia Basketball Coach, more recently were the Trucker's Express, and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Parkway. Perry, mean- while, had suggested the Georgia Veterans Memorial Parkway. Perry said a concensus was finally reache~l after state Senators and Repre- sentatives from the areas around Corridor Z recently met to review the names that had been proposed and consider the merits of naming the road after a person, a group or a construction since last try Circuit competition. December. The builder is There is no admissi~,n Standard Contractors, charge and the public is Inc. and the facility was invited. 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