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6---HOGANSVILLE HERALD--THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 19 Hogansville Heralc Classified Ads To Phice An Ad, Call (706) 846-318 Guest Columnist tl The Best I Could With What I Had... By Denice McDowell There is an old story that says life is like being in a workshop. Some people find the right tools and go beyond the workshop, others never find the tools or can't figure out how to get out of the workshop. I think of this old adage when I remember Thurgood Marshall, the first Black Supreme Court Justice. He always said he did the best be could with what he had. It is ironic that this outstanding magna cum laurie gradu- ate once was made to read the U.S. Con- stitution aloud for punishment. When he graduated it was said he could recite most of it from memory. He originally set out to be a den- tist but a biology teacher gave him a failing grade and he decided to change those aspirations. Not giv- ing up but just changing and doing the best he could with what he had. He though about his talent to debate and his interest in law and the U.S. Constitution that a punishment had caused him to memorize. With all this in mind he decided to go into law. After law school he became on of the finest courtroom tacticians in the country. He later became legal coun- sel for the NAACP and other civil rights litigation. At the time he had no idea that this would consume the rest of his life and elevate him to the highest court. Maybe we can all ask ourselves, "What are we going to do with what we have?" 6. FOR SALE Miscellaneous 18. HELP WANTED Full Time II i A Commentary By Billy Bryant ARCH-STEEL BUILDINGS Factory direct. Undelivered SteeiMaster buildings. Buy now and save $$$$. 16x20, 20x26, 25x44. Other sizes. Financing available. Call today 1-800-341-7007. (#12-H*2:la,25p)6 heart failure in Athens last Tuesday. He came from Atlanta to manage the Varsity, just across from the Arch on Broad Street in 1932, a position he held until he retired in 1973. The Varsity and Epp Suddath was a friend to Georgia students as was the parent restaurant near the Tech campus in Atlanta. RESTAURANT WORKERS How hiring all positions. Full time ex- perienced restaurant workers pre- ferred. Apply in person at Rogers Bar- Epp B-Que, Hummingbird Station, 1-85 at Suddath Was A Legend Exit 6, Hogansville. 706-6374100. The many students from the tri-county area who Epp would cash a check on any bank in the (#14-H'2:18,25c)18 attended the University of Georgia in Athens from southeast for any student for a dime. All you had to do was present your student I.D. card. 22. SERVICES AVAILABLI: 1932 - 1973 will be saddened to learn of the death of Lovick Pierce "Epp" Suddath, Jr., 90, who died of The Varsity probably cashed more student checks than any of the local banks. It was not uncommon to see students lined up with their check and a dime for cashing. Epp Suddath never forgot a face. Many students think of him when they think of their college life. He was truly a legend to students attending Geor- oia in the days he was manaoer of thP. Var.itv ATTENTION DIABETICS New coverage for diabetic monitors and testing supplies. All Medicare diabetics included. We accept Medicare, Medicaid, and private insurance. Call 1-800-898-8829. (1 "l_lLli'7.1 I/ 'I1n"1II 3 % on a large assortment of Easter wear and sportswear for infants, toddlers, girls 4-16 and boys 4-20, as well as a large assortment of children's shoes Take advantage of the only layaway of the Spring season! *Special layaway terms for this event only: 20% down, $50 minimum purchase. All layaways must be claimed by Saturday, March 27th. .......... WHAT I BUCK "\\; IGood to March 15, 1999 .ouas Chicken Livt I . 11-s or I ru.. 11.2 5-11 Wed. 11-2 5-11 I Gizzard Din 111 Thur. 11-2 5-11 . "dM I Fri. 11-2 5-1 a.m. Next to & Willoughby's Auto Se Sat. 11-2 5-1 a.m. [Sun_:_. 1 p.m.- s p.m. 104 Oak Street. 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Year 2000--On January 1, 2000, will your computer recog- nize "00  as the year 2000? Also, check bank accounts, mortgages, credit cards and pension benefits, which may be incorrect if their systems are not Y2K compliant. Pay particular attentio n if you use online banking 2. lnternetOver 150 million people worldwide use the Internet; by the year 2001 that number is projected to increase to 707 mil- lion. Because of the ever-increas- ing usage of the Web, Internet issues are dramatically changing how we interact with society and the way we do business. 3. Information Security & Control'--Have you taken mea- sures to protect information from risks such as viruses, computer crime perpetrated by employees, hackers or competitors, and nat- ural and/or man-made disasters? 4. Training & Technology Competency--Because technol- ogy is constantly changing, we may find ourselves striving to keep up with new technologies, while not making full use of what we already have. To maximize the return on our investment, we need to commit to continuous education so that we are competent and knowledgeable about existing, new and emerging technologies. 5. Technology Management and Budgeting--If you own a business, what is the purpose for using technology in it? You should have at least a three-year technol- ogy plan and budget. 6. Disaster Recovery--When evils such as viruses, computer crime or the Y2K bug strike, you should have a compreh:Fe -- ueri information, security plail, a_.hl. place--that includes backo deal with these disasters. 7. Virtual Office--Moa 15 million Americans tel mute--thanks to advances il munications technologies enable us to work while from the company/home These include the In WANs, Intranets, e-mail, mail and remote connectivit 8. Privacy--Who else you is reading your e Personal files, sensitive int tion or e-mail should be enct which works by scrambling mation until it is received I authorized recipient. 9. Electronic Mone you comfortable with givi your credit card inforl online? E-money is an alter to paying for e-commerce tr, tions (buying and selling o11 10. Electronic When there are no su paper documents, what you have that you just transfer into an In response to today's changing business climate: are expanding beyond audit work to provide advice to consumers,, clients and employers. The American Institute fled Public Accountants the national professional tion of CPAs with 332,000 members in business and industry, and education. For more lion on the Top www. Top Ten Techs.com.