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CLINCH COUNTY NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1990 Page 5 iokee Fence Wyche Fowler, Jr. United States Senator from Georgia Building One Georgia By LiUian Corbett It has been my privilege for pie come from around the coun- tee hearing on rural housing in {Reprinted by Request) hospital and he and his last four years to serve all of try seeking opportunity, one that Webster County this summer. The It is Thanksgiving, the family took over. as your representative in young families abandon to seek a testimony told the story of the harvesting time, and all After the pain became United States Senate. l havelife for themselves. One with duck thousands of families who pay 70 are busy bringing in the bearable, I fell in love with lucky enough to visit every liver patein the dells, and one that percent of their income for inade- sheaves. My harvest isthe total situation! For the of this state, in all 159 coun- lacks the most essential human quate shelter. We also heard abeing stored, also. Infirst time in my life, I to sense the scope of our op- services, story of local citizens in Georgia such a different way, but allowed myself to be pam- aswell asthedepth of Increasingly we will be forced building local institutions, yet my harvest. It is be- pered to death. I loved it. It was great! I've never needs, to ask the question in this state: modeled after the nonprofit ing a bountiful oriel I trea- struggled against the in- I take great pride, as all Can we take full pride in rising to groups that have been successful sureit. There have been hours evitable since. I learned tans should, in the promise international center stage -- in the cities, to address these when I thought my Master to nestle instead. It is such have fulfilled during my time bringing the Olympics to Atlanta problems, wasahard one. I know now a beautiful experience. service. Today you can -- while leaving the rest of Georgia We need the same outreach in he was always a gentleWhy could I not learn that lesson before that time? to people from all over the behind to confirm the stereotypes education. If there is any lingering one. I was a wilful child. Life has a way of teaching from all over the world, of Tobacco Road? Can we sustain doubt that we need to move ahead I expected perfection in they speak of Georgia with aour success without a partnership as a people, oneiook at education all people, and didn'tus. I was a slow pupil and admiration you didn't between our emerging New South should dispel it. We will not pro- get it from any one. It took here. So -- this Thanksgiving in their eyes 20 years ago. cities and the traditional small fit off a few sons and daughters at a long time to find out 'm Nowadays Georgia stands out towns and rural communities that Princeton without the strong we don't reach that level l grateful for Some One here. We simply reach out there who has always its economic progress -- for its have been the main source of our foundation of a skilled and toward it and go forward, watched over us, cared for onto the world stage, strength and character since the educated work force. We are not never quite attaining it. me and others through all by the coming of the beginnings of this st~e? really doing the job in our cities, Humility had to come the beautiful years, and the -- As a model for race In Georgia, we have seen with a dropout rate that up- through struggles that life trying times when things though the rest of the health care disappearing from proaches 30percent. But the high holds for each of us. De- were tough going through has not always been for- many areas in the last decade, school dropout rate in rural areas pending upon others inwars of different types in enough to follow our Small town hospitals have closed, is even higher, nearly 40 percent, times of need was one of our lives, peace times, fie. At least 10 Georgia counties have We must work to extend the my hardest lessons I've family memories, careers, But the saddest things I have not a single physician within their progress we have made as the New ever had to learn, yet one successes and failures of the sweetest experien- among them all. Yet He looking out over our state, borders. Well over half have no South and Sunbelt leader to all our ces. Without my consent, was there, making us re- of our popula- obstetric care. citizens. Because the Georgia we my son and my doctor plot- member that He did not been left out of our We need young doctors, in- all envision will encompass the ted against me. My doctor promise that things would that drag behind holding spired by their own sense ofwealth, the resources and the dismissed me into his care, always be easy. He did pro- back from our potential as acitizenship and encouraged by the character of all our communities, and without a by your leave raise us that He would he We all know these parts of business leadership, committed to from the mountains to the he yanked me out of the with us. That is enough. Then there is a land we still exist, counties with 40 serving their own communities, wiregrass, call America. I love it. poverty rates, where 20 We think of homelessness as Let's keep to the best tradi- Percent of the housing is a problem of the cities, but in tions of our state. Let's be strong, Georgia up to one-half of section by section, city by country. We have long talked of Two homeless shelter stays are by rural Let's bring all of our people along. one of vitality, one of individuals. Senator Terry San- Let's build one Georgia. One where young peo- ford and I held a budget commit- IS• ~rlOW & L-° '" "~"" • and testi,,~ nriar to ,~h~ The National Association potentials in our own way. • a~,nw apg on$ raining a lice"" n~ e: I~cluded4 ...... " °f" I Real . E s tate ~r, r~e r s~ Two hundred years it has with education is a 15-hour is the mrgest Appramm protected us. May God N 0 6 r "Standards of Practices and Association in the country keep it and us. Police _erar.men. : wit, over 27,000 CREA- Our Family Heritage, The National Associa- Certified Real Estate Ap- yours and mine. Whether #,pplicants must be in excellent physical condition, a high [’ tion of Real Estate Apprai- praiser and CCRA - Cer- we are from the gentry, schooL/GED graduate, possess a valid Georgia drivers per- ~ sers has responded quickly tiffed Commercial Realindentured servant, or aft-t, and of high moral fiber. Benefits provided. Pay nego- to provide Appraisers Estate Appraiser profes- slave ships. They came, with the necessary educa- atonally designated mem- they saw, they did with tion - should they not have bets. honor the jobs they must t{able. may be obtained at City Hall, and must be tumed by November 30, 1990. An Equal Opportunity Employer Every inch of land and second day. This seminarwater. I love its people, will review the procedures every creed and color. They to which an Appraiser belong. We belong. I must adhere and will pro- belong. Gratitude flows Vide the Professional Ap- from my heart for the op- praiser with the education portunities it has given - required by the. Federaleach of us. Millions have Appraises Government. given all that we may en- The "Appraiser Licens- joy its blessings. It carries LicensJflg Exam lag- Preparing for the Ex- a beautiful parchment, the am" course offers proven Constitution of the United Law preparation techniquesStates, our Government Bi- to ensure your success in ble. Wise men were in that ATLANTA--The Federal passing the examination,making, brave men who Government has mandatedAttendees will receive aoffered their honor, their that each State implement customized text with hund-, fortunes, their lives to an Appraisal Licensing reds of sample residential make us free and indepen- Law. The basic require-appraisal questionsfor dent from a country that ments include educationstudy after the course,would not let us meet our ,t 4t the education, they willFor further informationdo until debts were paid off not be able to appraise, on Georgia Licensing and and they were free. Free at The "Standards of Prac- Education contact: National last to build a life of their tices and Ethics for the Real Association of Real Estate making. They have built a Estate Appraiser" course Appraisers, 8383 East Ev- great land from a wilder- meets the Federal and ans Road, Scottsdale, Ari- ness. 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As we andof admission; food will be our families bow our donated to the Ware heads at our laden tables on County Food Bank. Thanksgiving day, let us The public is cordially say a prayer of thanks for invited to attend and to the beautiful families who support the Ware County are holding America to-Food Bank and this newly gether. They are the formed ensemble. backbn-- of America. cue a Smoked Ham moked Turkeys Open Sunday- 11 a.m. till 6 p.m. 487.2189 301 East Dame Ave,- Homerville, Ga. II I I I 1 NOW BUYINGPECANS We are now buying pecans Handfull or trucidoad. Warehouse next to Bob Willi-ams Ford TOPMARKE PRICES I I I lllll Illlllllllll II • Vinyl Siding • Screen Rooms • Custom Storage Bldg. • Custom Cabinets • Decks • Mobile Home]mprovements • Carports • No Job too Small 100% Financing (912) 245-8492 MAXIMUM glllENm The only major brand with Dyclonine Hydrochloricle for soothing anesthetic relief. 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