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CLINCH COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1990 Page 6 Senator Fowler Opens Office In Waycross WASHINGTON, D.C.-- U.S. Senator Wyche Fow- ler, Jr., announced today he will officially open a state office in Waycross on Saturday, March 24. Senator Fowler also invited the residents of the 23 counties that will be served by the Waycross office to stop by the of- the federal government or rice to visit with him on one of its programs, can Saturday, March 24, contact me through my between 2:00 p.m. and Waycrossoffice." 3:00 p.m. The counties included "Opening this office will in the area served by the help me stay in close Waycross office are Atkin- contact with the almostson, Appling, Bacon, Ben 350,000 residents who will Hill, Berrien, Brantley, be served by my Waycross Camden, Charlton, Clinch, office," Senator Fowler Coffee, Dodge, Echols, said. Glynn, Irwin, Jeff Davis, "Residents of the coun-Lanier, Long, McIntosh, ties served by my new of- Pierce, Telfair, Ware, rice who need assistance Wayne and Wheeler. with a problem relating to The Waycross office is CLINCH COUNTY SCHOOL SYSTEM Position: Lunchroom Manager Qualifications: High School Graduate or GED Equivalent and must have completed or be enrolled in the core program. The core program consists of four (4) basic courses sponsored by the Geor- gia Dept. of Education. Salary. Hourly wages plus Manager' s Supplement Terms of Contract: 190 days per year or prorated over actual days worl(ed. Contact: Sterling Newton, Principal Homervi]le Elem./Middle School 300 Woodlal(e Drive Homerv e, Georgfa 31634 Phone 487-5385 Applications accepted through March'30, 1990 We are an equal opportunity employer located in the Waycross Federal Building #219. The telephone number is {912} 283-7060. Senator Fowler also has offices in Albany, Atlanta, Augusta, Columbus, Dal- ton, Macon and Savannah. Jim Meadows, who has worked in the Senator's office in Savannah for the past year, will move to the Waycross staff. Before join- ing the Senator's staff, Mr. Meadows worked for 25 years in the wood pro- curement division of Brun- swick Pulp & Paper Com- pany and for 10 years in forest management for ITT Rayonier, Inc. He is also a member of the Geor- gia Forestry Association Board of Directors. By Barbara J. h,ens, Iron BY DR. BOB JONES, CHANCELLOR BOB JONES Universitu Q What nutrient is most important for my baby's diet? A. Due to their rapid growth rate, infants have a very high nutritional need for The prophet Isaiah wrote, "In his iron. Full term babies are born quiver hath he hid me." The arrow with a store of iron that lasts in the quiver is there to be launched for the first four to six months at the proper time. The quiver goes of life. Special efforts, how- with the arrows, The arrow is held ever, should be made to pro- until it is time to be released. Men vide infants with iron during do not waste arrows. Arrows are the first two years, hard to make, and users try to re- In addition to breast milk, cover them afte: the battle is over the best sources of iron in the or the hunting trip is ended. "In his infant's diet are iron-fortified quiver (in the place where ! will be formula and iron-fortified in- useful at the proper time) hath he rant cereal. Infant cereals can hid me." He holds me back until He After The Storm be mixed with fruitjuice tsuch is ready to use me. as apple juice) for added flavor Joseph was sold into Egypt, was Six months later, it's and nutrition, made a slave to Potiphar, and was wrongly accused and imprisoned. "Good Bye Hugo, and Hello early season attendancePharaoh never heard of Joseph until Spring" at Charleston' s this year would seem to in- Joseph was brought out of prison to historic and lovely Mag- dicate that the averageinterpret his dream. Later, Joseph nolia Plantation and its garden visitor is not remin- became second in power to Pharaoh. gardens! Gone is the hell- ded of its passage. ButMoses waited 80 years for 40 years of ministry. Patience and copter used to lift and re- even an ill wind blows some impatience were exemplified in move large branches andgood; and because of Hugo, trees without damage to the during this Spring season, ~S Schedules Free flower beds; gone is the along with their Planta- sound of chain saws; and tion admission, visitors Small Business now Magnolia' s garden will receive complimentary Sen~nar staff may devote its efforts tickets to America's new- to smaller matters such as est major garden, the Au- ATLANTA--The Inter- nal Revenue Service in planting beds of late dubon Swamp Garden, a spring annuals Even now unique and mysterious cooperation with the Geor- myraids of daffodils, nu- sixty acres of black water gia State University Small merous varieties of aza- cypress and tupelo swamp, Business Development leas, thousands of stately traversed by boardwalksCenter is sponsoring a camellias, flowering fruit and dikes, and tastefully free, comprehensive Small trees, and scores of other planted to enhance its Business Seminar to help blooming shrubs shroud natural beauty. A mini-people understand the the memory of Hugo's mum of three hours is sug- necessary requirements of visit gested for visitors to ex- thelaw. As for the effect of perience all of the features The two-day seminar will Hurricane Hugo, a record of the Plantation. be held Friday, March ii i i Moses. Burning in rebellion againsl the treatment of his people, Mosas slew an overseer. Then he fled to the desert where he was taught of God. What an arrow he became when God launched him! He stood before Pharaoh and lifted up a rod, and plagues began to come. Sea waters opened, mountains smoked, and God gave His Word. Our first glimpse of Elijah is of a mature man. When it was time for God to bring judgment on the land, Elijah suddenly appeared and an- nounced that there would be neitbet dew nor rain but according to his word. In other times such men as John Wesley, George Whitefield, and Billy Sunday were brought out o| the quiver to become God's arrows across the world. They were in the quiver ready to be aimed by God's hand for God's purpose. 30, 9:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and Saturday, March 31, 10:30 a.m. 1:00 p.m. Participants may attend both days or either day. The location is the At- lanta-Fulton Library, 1 Margaret Mitchell Square (corner of Carnegie and Forsyth streets}, Atlanta, Ga. The first day of the seminar covers employ- ment taxes, Federal Tax Deposit requirements, employer-employee re- lationships and other is- sues of concern to small business cond day will have the to attend shops to the sole partnershi Reservations ed. Call the at 1-800-424-1040~ 3808 or call the Education office 331-3808 to tions. Your old new lease on dyeing. lll I O Why watch Savannah or Jacksonville news if you don't live there? 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