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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBI~wTI~ L~/:~ENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. off the north side of the square in order to drain the spot and break up a large mosqueto bre- eding ground. In other action, council ap- proved minutes of last meeting, the monthly financial statement and voted to pay all outstanding bills... "You're an old-timer if you can remember when rock was something you did in a chair." '76 Soil fumigants such as Vorlex and Vapam do a good job of controlling weeds, nematodes and some diseases in garden soils. However, they are not generally available. If used, read the label carefully before using. Gardeners are reminded that methyl bromide, an excellent soil fumigant, does not have label clearance for use in the home vegetable garden and is not recommended for use there. If there are further questions about other chemicals that can be used on vegetables check with your local county Exten- sion office for details. One parting reminder -- there is no good chemical that can be used to control nutgrass in the home garden. We can send men to the moon, but as yet we don't have an easy way to control nutgrass other than working it to death. VEGETABLE GARDEN: A GOOD INVESTIMENT Although no drastic increases are exhected. Covington I / THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY12,1I / I EF County vegetable gardeners win probably pay more for their light on the subject as to who will run for what positions.J[ supplies this year, said Extension Farm Agent Robert LJnder. meeting will commence at 10:00 a.m., and qualifying fees "Even with the expected higher prices, home gardeners set for various positions at this time. 1~ who follow Extension recommendations can expect a 10to l re- turn on their investments," he said. -Linder said gardeners can :expect to spend about $30 for Annie Sue Cawthon Recuperating ~_ seed, fertilizer, chemicals and other supplies (not counting .m equipment) on a 20 - by 20 -foot plot. But he pointed out that Annie Sue Cawthon's recent illness may have caused ~ I1 the return should be about $300 worth of vegetables, lose her sense of balance but she sure hasn't lost her~[-"1 "After all,," he said, "there is a lot of truth in that old of humor. saying: 'The garden is a magic spot; sow a little and reap a I visited with her at her house trailer for a little while ~11 lot.!" day afternoon and she is really concerned over havingl0~ M much weight. She said - "Why Merle, my Vanity Fair Pa~ ~ just hang on me and look so ugly. And the first thing I d0] ] News Of Interest i get up in the morning is put on my bra. Just look at me! I wouldn t have Joe Evans come out here and find me lc~ Cont. From Front Other members of the Board of Registrars are Joyce Perdue of Florala, Marion N. Lloyd, Chairman, of Red Level and Mrs. Carter of Opp. and be counted. Don't be guilty of letting other people make your decisions for you. Politics Take Strange Turns I was feeling real good about having a good healthy race for Commissioner, District 3, with so many new faces and well thought of people being mentioned as possible candidates. Now, this week, the talk of the town, politically, is that a number of the candidates being mentioned have decided to pull out of the race, even before it begins, and throw their support to one candidate in order to de- feat another. This news is disappointing. What will actually happen is any ones guess. The Democratic Committee Meeting to be held at the Court House in Andalusia this Saturday, February 14, should shed a little like this for nothing." | She was insinuating that, in her condition, she mig hi! up and die. For those of you who don't know who Joe ~'~ is -- He is our friendly undertaker and also our Mayor. Sue is going to be all right, though. To be 85 years she is doing beautifully and looking much better, and good again. Sue said that she had always been real fond of our pastor, the Reverend Joe Bates, and that oftentimes even though she wasn't a member of our church. got sick, she was a member of our congregation two times a month. She said once when visiting, Brother Joe "Sue what church do you belong to?" And she told don't belong to one. I was born a Methodist, married a byterian and my folk were Mormans." Brother Joe said - "Well that doesn't make you much of anything. Does Sue said, "I think that's why I like him. He can handle moSt situation and he is sure not a hypocrite." I told her 1 had my reasons for liking Brother One being if you need him ,, he is there and if you don't, you alone. He busies himself helping the down-trodden, who have no one else to turn to. He is especially talented field and so few people are. FURNITURE COMPANY WEST FIFTH FLORALA, AVENUE ALABAMA 858-2935 • . • Miu Jackson Jack.son - Collins corth To Wed Soon Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jackson of Lockhart, Alabama, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of thelr daughter, Miss Joy Jackson, to Mr. Joh- nny Collinsworth, of Gaskin, Florida. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Kie Collinsworth, also of Gaskin. Miss Jackson is presently a nursing student at Douglas MacArthur StateTechnical Col- lege. Mr. Collinsworth is employed with Lockhart Lumber Com- pany, Lockhart, Alabama. The wedding and reception are planned for Saturday, Feb- ruary 28th at 7:00 o'clock, at the home of the bride. No invitations are being sent, but friends and relatives are in- vited to attend the wedding and reception. Laurel Hill City Council by Jasper Davis Minutes The Laurel Hill City Council, In other action council agreed ~heeting in regular session to enforce the collection of ursday night, approved the water bills as outlined in City installation of electrical wiring Ordinance 136C adopted at a and lights in the newly construc- recent meeting, despite compl- ted storage building at themain aints received of the one place well site, and at.the same time.~ of payment, instead ofthethree postpo~e~l~ ~e~tLQn of the over past years. bathroorn~i~liliea, untilastudy Both Mayor Gene Clary and can be made to see if ample room for the septic tank and drain field is available, due to the close proximity of the build- ing to the street. Council action on the matter followed a report by Council- man Sanders on the status of the work being done on the building. Sanders also reported that, with weather permitting, the ramp to the building would be poured, and at the same time the fire house driveway would be paved. Sanders, recently named the city construction coordinator, was also requested to secure estimated costs on reworking the roof on the club house. Council will meet in special session, if necessary, as soon as these figures are available in order to get the needed work done soon as possible. I| FARRIOR ELECTRIC Contracting Repairs, Appliance Sales & Se " rvlc(, ltome Repairs Phone 834-5216 Council President Day reported receipts of complaints. All customers received a copy of the Ordinance, along with a letter of operating hours with their January bill. The letter said in part, "The council desires that all water bills be mailed to the city, or paid at City Hall. During the month of February Clerk Bill Hurston said he would be at City hall from 6 to 7 p.m. on the 4th, 5th, 6th, 9th, 10th, 19th and 20th for the purpose of collec- ting water bills. Beginning March, Hurslon said he would be at city hall during the same hours on the 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 9th, 10th, 19th and 20th of each month except Sundays and holi- days for collecting the bills". Clary reported to council that with a break in the weather, more street paving could get underway. Also, Clary asked for a lsit of street markers needed to update the paved streets thus far completed. Council, at a recent meeting, added "City limit" signs to the list that will be placed at the appro- priate places on Highway 85- A South (Steeles Mill Road). Two items of business came before Council audience, one being the status of a street light on highway 85-A south, tentatively promised several weeks back, and the other one was a request to council to consider filling in the lowplace NOW OPEN John's Service Center ()pen 6 Days A Week - Monday Through Saturday. Under New Name, New Management. Road Service - Call 8-7062 - THIS WEEK'S SPECIAL - Anti-Freeze While It Lasts. Per Gallon With Fill-Up Of 1 0 Gallons Or More Of Gas UNDER NEW NAME Ed's Spur L .... . ...... EXCELLENT BUY in a good used BEDROOM GROUP in- cludes dresser, mirror, chest, headboard and frame - Walnut B491 RECLINER in Tough, Gold Naugahyde - Big man's chair 3 positions - B355 BROWN SWIVEL ROCKER in tough vinyl and comfortable seating. B354 CHAIR upholstered in beautiful green fabric --- would look good anywhere - REGULARLY $139.00. B531 BIG BLACK RECLINING CHAIR in tough naugahyde---2 posi- tions - B ODD MATTRESS AND BOX SPRINGS. 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