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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 4 e rogram No change has been made in the Agricultural Stabilization Feed Grain Program payments and Conservation Service as a result of the lowering of (ASCS) county office. feed grain set-aside from an "The only change is that the acreage equal to 25 percent of set-aside requirement for pro- a farm's base to 10 percent, ducers who enrolled under the reports L.G. Rambo, State farm 25 percent set-aside plan has program official, been reduced to 10 percent," The set-aside acreage reduc- said ASC State Executive Di- tion is automatic, he said, and rector. producers have no added paper- "Those producers are being work and no required visits to notified by the ASCS county of- men rices. If they already had their set-aside land inspected and measured, it can be re-mea- sured at their request at no additional cost. "I want to emphasize that payments for all participants in the Feed Grain Program are unchanged -- whether they sign- ed under what was the 25 per- cent set-aside plan or underthe zero set-aside plan," he said. ange He pointed out that payments are calculated on half the feed grain base times farm yield payment rate. However, those feed grain producers who signed up to set aside acreage are required to set aside 10 percent of their feed grain base and maintain their conserving base in order to qualify for payment. On their remaining cropland acreage I they are free to plant any crop they choose, except quota crops. Those producers who signed up for the zero set-aside plan agree to accept a reduced pay- ment in order to have all of their cropland except their con- serving base free for planting. They also agree to limit their feed grain plantings to no more than their 1972 production. "None of this is changed," THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, APRIL :res the State Executive Director mains as previously announced. said, adding that producers can- "The lowering of required not switch from the set-aside set-aside acreage probably was they signed up for. the least disruptive action that He also said there is no could be made in the 1973 Feed change in the provision which Grain Program. And actionwas allows haying and grazing on required to free up more acre- set-aside acreage, with a re- age for planting and livestock duction in payment. The per use. acre payment deductions for "Study of the March 1 plant- haying and grazing set-aside ing intentions report showed that land and for alternate crops re- not enough corn would be plant- South Central Alabama's Most Complete Ladies" Ready-To-Wear Shoo & Accessory Store. 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King will receive I training or "Boot Naval Training Cot lando, Florida. basic training, he ~i instructLon board orientation, damage control, nay and seamanship. under the Navy's Specialty School gram and will be Class "A" School in Mechanical, Opera tenance after his King will be after completion of ha: ing and prior to his School Command. Information Navy and the various available to Navy women may be obt; your local Navy Chief Carrett, or Ch whose office is local dalusia on Court 282-~7385. BUSINESS TOURI ATTRACTS BUSI MINDED STI A host of high from throughout the Wallace State Junior~ tendance area will dalusia on for the Business Edl for High School Each year the sponsored by Chapter of Phi Beta national hess students. Chairman of LBW'S Technical Division, a Lieder, business serve as co- ~nd are ( ng tournament. ~, The students will peting in three areaS, ing, Shorthand and Scholarships and be awarded to ners-up in each area Alatex Inc. of host a luncheon in B. Wallace the sponsors and the participating along with LBW structors and Phi members assisting nament. A number of vide an added business minded presenting a displs types of office in the business Area high schoolS] ing in this annual Andalusia, Academy of Florala, Greenville, Opp, Pleasant Home, and Straughn. LETTER TO -EDITOR Dear Editor: As State Heart Fund, I you for your tunce in publicizing Fund Raising effortS.. We are now at 801 our goal and tiaily through the and your paper come this far. We two and a to reach our goal, that you will readers who I~ve tributed to do so The programs bama Heart search, llc education, service must can only do so vestment of Heart Your paper is to ed for your raising endeavor "Beating The Big Disease". As proximately will lose their' form of ease in 1973; more other causes We appreciate done and hope tinue to help us.