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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT REPRODUCTIOn, DISSEMiN~TIo~I sToR~AGE~IJTION PR{~HiBITE'[~.~,: "-' 1 ' ..... PAGE 4 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARI t lb i, 111,11,11, Ilk ItP lip Ib 1~ ~l, ]~'i~'I~I~'I~'~I~moved to his pres -. -. -. -. -. -. -. - --- - Mon,gomerv ,t mong Our Servicemen Inasking~whethe! '~" J~ ' gllltLY NIMII~PII| is dead, Congress$ ~ IlPgIT ~ points out that we 1 ~ll ~~ ~llllllllllMI the loudest voices - I II ~ ~ I1~ I. IIllllll ssarily reflect tat M] torlous Ser e 0 majority. And, hell 37, ~'~~ h _o _ I_ _o .... the vast majority 01~ ue ~: ~ who want to see 'da, ILl I C It I H S 0 . - 0ri : ~ ~~ conunue her aova n] }i!::i~:~:~ :: ::/ hess will simply ~ lenl fentur d n good works in,l~ se, "4 |Y ClOUd| W* IqKl AND IIOII[RT E. LINDElll - EXTENSION II*IIML~~ that deeds outwe' led W11ell will the ~xt purebred isolated for at least 21 days. ~ D p ~ ~ P ~ -- all occasions, j ~s j hog sale be held in South Ala- ~ l I V ~ I U ||| And the Congr~] " t bama? What will control lacebugs li:.~~~ ~'Let us see and tt~ :Vi, A purebred hampshire sale on my azaleas and other orna- ~ ......... lsnes, but never ~ s lq will be held this Saturday Jan- mental shrubs? I~1~1~1~1~~~~]1~ ~~'11~ us to me.Deaut3yl~~ ' . from our snortco uary 29 at l:00p.m, at the Farm Control lacebugs by spraymg ,, ....... ~. .... o.; ...... ~- ,-- about food stamn abuses ver~, .... ~ te~, ' . ,, ,,,,o a,, ,,u.u, ,,,o ,,~,, ,v v - anger, but deter . Center in Dothan. A total of 80 with one of the following mat- ,. ......... ,^_,~., ......... clear]" " .. 'f~l ..... .ave ue~. beau~t~u uy *UteX~tU y. overcome mere head including 20 bred grits ermls m one gallon of water. " ....... As Mr Dickinson ex"lains " ~ lor . ' . " newscaster, Joseph MCt..allrey, P , our resources, no~ 30 boars and30 open grits wall . (1) Dlmethoate (Cygon) - 2 as the featured Congressman "No one wants Americans to less Im--atience Td 'ral de solo at aucuon, tablespoons of 23.4 percent EC on the program, "Meet The be without food. Certainly public and informed so~icill~ Ich .... ~emuismame concentrate) or M ember." Mr McCaffrey sassistance should be available ~ 4,~,~, ~ ~a!~l net now zar in advance snould (2) Malathion - 2 tablespoons ...... , ..... ,..,..~o~ .... to neo,qe who are destitute "~Z""'b .... ',~tl . ,.u...~.ta.y a~ u.uau,.aot uw. v v - man tncklnson I but a herd bull or boar be- of 57% E.C. or (3) Dmz]non w~aA, wo~h~,.,,, f,,, ...... However all too man- of the . , ",1 r.;~ ................... ............... a ............. ~ once a~aln that in :ore ms serwces wut oe need- (spectracme) - z taotespoons Looking ahead at theeconomy people receiving welfareor food voicesof des"air sr~ ith ea on the tarmv of 25~ E C Also add one v .. " . ~ . in this new year, Congressman stamps are people who refuse ~"",,,~ ~-.,*~,, ~,,~ar-| ;ha uon' w " umi - , . o..,~, o~ ~,,~ ,..~ t a~t 1 you need tablespoon of l]qmd detergent William Dickinson of Alabama s to accept such jobs as are ~,ress unenualed"~l at: a herd sire before you go look per one gallon of water Lace ....... ~ , "~ Ev~ ............. " Second D~stmct says that w~th available. Moreover, pohhcal nf m~n ,, | M/S Dear should be on your [arm at in February depending on the .......... a ..... ,,, issue has m,~ idleness are- ---------~...l least 40 to 60 days before the weather Robert W c~u,,,~ oca~o.~ o~,,,~ .v~e resident OI ~elflW . .......... ~s concerned w~th the HEW stat- cent~ves m our society encour- P 0%1 I l~~ areFortySOmeto 60 goOadays wdlreasns be neededU) benWwhen mrgesettIng, snouldfrults,, menutsnmeand ..,..,..,i*i,' .... ...-t ..,.t~,~ ,....'~t -......fi,'~ z,-.-- .... a~re. withdrawal from the worko tion), expects,. "an l~oll .............. ~ wMch showed that the totalwel- force. It ~s my deep conwctmn 10 t er cent m doll~ I mr me ammai to get a(]jus~ed diner trees r " .... fare spending was 16 3 billion that no person should live and of sale~ in the U.~ to the new surroundings and When setting trees, dig me doll .... n increase of "-refit b'" the sweat of someone ,~' *" - . " J 'L~ . ~ ...... ars wmcn is a o y cable lnaustrv, I recover from the "sTress" noles large enough ann deep . ' .... , .... .---- ,, ~ - . ................. twenty-seven percem over me e,~e ~ uvuw. ~r,,-ic a-n ~,.mral ~y caused Dy me sale or moving enougn to permu settmg wnnout ,,.~. ~.~ ..... ..,,~,~o**,,,~,~,h,~ Con-ressman Dickinson is a ~ .......... :i atMaryMas m Rt 1 CrestMelhskUb nRo' d iAFB, Nev He drilltraininand ceremonies,at the U Sweapons,Arm l~Your tot wan( .~ld ;ll slou,mg up Does thzs mean Alfred Clark Awarded Meri vice Award Navy Lieutenant Alfred W. ~ ....... ~:~11[~:: ..... [! I / Clark, son of Mrs. Ovlda Clark ~ ill[ ! || , Of 4 Clay St. and hUSband of ~ ill/: ,~" tll the former Miss Helen Pres- ~1~ ~||I : I/ ]l ] cott, both of DeFuniak Springs, 1. i;l|| :~/w" . ~ I L.---- . ::-- :~ ,:, ~:~: ~ ~-~:.}: [~,.~, .~ .... Fla., was awarded a C~tat]on of ~:~ J Meritorious Service by the Chief ~11~*; of Naval Technical Training ~~,~ll~l~ll~l~'l~~ during ceremonies held at the ~1~ Naval Air Technical Training l~l~~ Center, Millington, Tenn. l, "~~~!: He received the award in re- ~ld ~~i~ cognition of his outstanding per- formance as an assistant Staff ~ ~~ Judge Advocate on the Staff of ~~~/~lnt~ ~1 the Chief of Naval Technical ~~~1~1 ...... Training at Millington. ~ ( He is a 1969 graduate of ~ Florida State University in Tal- ~ ~/[]r~ ....... ~l/U~.Z.~l gt. Jones br..m ......... ~...~ ...... " The Republican Congressman fitable. Increasingly, the in- .~ . , ~ ,~,I Receives Meda In Thailand ... U. S. Air Force Chief Mas- 1,c~u ~WTo~r~,. f~ the animal. Stress and/or sick- bending, breaking or crowding ~'~'hi'~;:~=,~';,~i:f";::~"~f~::~ native'Alabamian who attended segments preY'1 ~,~ ter Sergeant Eddie H. Jones, son ~)~b:"*'~'~"'*~ "-*-I I ness often causes the male to theroots. Prune roots of new ;~"~"~',~"~'~r"h:n,~'~;,~fr~--thoUnivor~itvnfhlahama rp- bright spots." l be infertile Therefore it takes trees only when it is necessary "~ ....... --'~Y^';\'Z:~:...'~;fl~.:- ceivin;-hisLawDe;ree-i'n-l'95() ~ , II of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Jones, LETES ARMY 1 }Oil I ... " . ' ..... sons on th ............... - s s -- ,m to 60 days m most cases [o remove dead orexcepnonany - . Rt. 2, DeFuniak Springs, Fla., ~ASlC TRAINING |~ ............. creased by seventeen percent. From then until h~s electron to s- p , ,ti ,. Conoress Ill .... , .......... received the Meritorious Ser- n Conservation I to recover irom a ]ertmtypro-. long roots thai are out m pro- lt,'~Thesefh~ "Cnnc, r~ ,~* .\,' ~s now assigned at Ub n ~ththe Trammg Lenter, mIantry, Ft. c.......t ........... t.,.~, LIST AT FLA. STATE ~'L ~_L ~p,,~i a new privileged class of hand- over four years. Followmgth~s, --~,.z