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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ~E~B~E~P~EEN6EAGREEMENT~REPR~DuCT~N~D~SSEM~NAT~N~ST~RAGE~D~STR~BuT~NPR~H~B~TED~ THE F~R~A NEWS- ~URSDAY, MAY .... Campaign Intensified I FFAflANQUET O Cont. From Front .... i i ~, tion - men are finding out that zen to help feed th~ App M I if we would but follow our lead- It was all tooobv~ rehend Dangerolas Drivers ers, we would be led out of the pectthe young- darkness of selfishness intothe their friend and ad glorious sunlightofbrotherhood Rasberry. After | There will be bears in the throughout the state as the De- equipment and personnel will ~ ~ I and cooperation; 3) good working with the air and smokies on the ground l~rtment of Public Safety in- be involved in the campaign to ~ citizenship - many men can be Agri-Business Depa in an intensified campaign to creases enforcement of laws make the highways safer. ~ I leaders and tell others what to Florala High School, apprehend dangerous drivers aglinst drunken driving and "Federal funds have been ~ ~ do, but it takes a real man and berry had decided ! good citizen to do what he is the end of the '76 s~ speeding, the two biggest killers made available to municipal ~ ~ I told to make our government Florala High School on Alabama highways, law enforcement agencies in the ~ .~ ~m,~ "The rise in the traffic death 19 high-accident counties," ~ ~,~ .... ~l work. be the same without toll in Alabama this year is Colonel Dothard said "This ~.-;4A [~- ~1 Dawson said that one of the dedicated professio~ It.~L.~.-, 1",.-~.... nothing short of appalling, viii result in a coordinated ef- ,_.~ q[l~J~ ~ ]~1 most important lessons he had As a result of his f~ #.a~la~g1~ qL~gl-U~#l said Colonel E. C. Dothard, fort between local police de- ~ ~ learned as an FFA'er was that ship and guidance, M plr~ttor.if "Not only will we pQrtments and our Department ~ ~ of respect - respect for himself young men have gust De ens ying our efforts to in an intense summer safety ~ ~l and for others. He had learned highly respected indJ ,'~1 s m . ~r remove dangerous drivers from p~,gfam. ~ i to appreciate nature and to nut- their chosen professt Ltuo meets In tile highways, but municilmllaw All drivers, especially ~1 ture, love and care for ant- is certain that manY| enforcement agencies will be those with new licenses and ~ ~r~~ iI reals. He has experienced the follow. involved in efforts in 19 Ala- summer vacation activities, , ~ ~ ~ joy of seeing something that be- The 1975-'76 FI6 1", _ nrnr Imma counties which have been need to be aware of the dang- ~ i | ~i~ ~ ~!~ longs to him, personally, grow School Future Far~ t, ovlnglon home designated high-accidentareas, ere of driving at excessive ca- .~ ~ | ,~ ~?~' ~i i~i .~ ~ and develop. He encouraged Mr. Rasberry a go~ We are delighted with the co- tes of speed and drivin~ while ~ ~L't ] | ~f~~r~~ FFA members to study and with a plaque inscriM operation and concern shown under the influence ofintoxi- ~ ~ ~ ~ , i~~~~ learn the principals of FFA,but outstanding service| The Lock, art Garden Club by these local officers and cants. An arrest on either of i ~ ~ ,, :~~~~ most of all to live them. devotion to his OccOP~ met in the lovely home of Mrs. departments.' these charges can harm future ........ FFA advisor, Mr. W. F. gas- the Florala Cha~ berry, took a greatdealofpride Farmers of America] in showing slides ofal156 mum- commend and offeri bets in action at their homes, wishes to W. F. RaS~ in their fields, with their ant- his retirement. --o! mals -- with whatever was 1976 .. their chosen projectoftheyear. As a token of t~ The boys really had some fine caution for Rasberr~ fields of corn, soybeans, and tion to the chapter, had produced some fine looking presented him with animals which many of them rod, hopefully, for already had butchered and fro- surely hours to coral ..... ....... N , . ........... DENNIS CHESHIRE accepts Champion Corn Gro~ ![ tfrm Principal Clmrles Stevensn" " ggS z.. co. .o. "" ""'T o.t.,ne. "H =ee., .ot, . =.en, o. ' April 26, with 16 members and Alabama State Troopers the highway can eliminate fu- ~ one guest attending, through the Governor s Office !ures," Colonel Dothard said ~ ~'k The meeting was called to of Highway and Traffic Safety Careful summer driving can ~ ~kk order by president, Mrs. Faye will be used in both patrol cars prevent either of these pus- ~ I~\%~- Eunice and Mrs. Nolan Laird and aircraft. Allavailable s/bilities." mmm ~'~q, offered a prayer of thanks for I~ ~ ~ the beautiful growing tMngs God n ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~!~ , has given us. ~ ~: ~ ~ ~ ~ Aflerashortbus|~essses- REACT Club Holds m ~ ~ /~,:~ ~, t; i, sion, Miss Ethel Donaldson gave ~ ~/~-Y'y- | | 3|~YTM~ "~, , i~ ~ ' an informative program on M ~!~:~ |[ | I growing annuals, with Mrs. ~ . . ~, ,. ,, . ~BI " ~-~ II | II ~~'~ Vester Gamble showing slides I I~l~nWllr~t,,r~w~l ~r.t; ,~, ~ i I I I~ i~~/o ~ of beautiful gardens she had ~.-II~Ug||/~43~t|U||~1Ht viUUtili~ ~ ~ I I : The meeting adjourned and ..... .~,,~ ~l'~i I [I ~ I1~~'~ t oy JaCK uavls @ , ~..~ hostesses Mrs Ted Covington ..... . ~ , .... - -- -- -- : -- The Laurel Hill newly for- forms will be available ~ , . , ano Mrs Morris Myerson ser- rand " ~'~ ' ' .... "' ,.~4 .,...~.,.~ .... ., .... ,...^# REACT club, in an or- The club also discussed the .... . ganizational meeting Tuesday drawing up of club by-laws, but fee cake, nuts and mints . ~. ! , " night, elected R. J. Brown, withheld any action until all . president;floe Wynn, vice-pre- those interested had the up- ~ !~oi !~ ~ : i , sloen[ and Mack Sanders, st- portun/ty to Join and take rt ~ ~; ~ :~ ~ :~ ~:~:~., :~ ...... ' .' cretary-treasurer in the action :~ ~'~ ~ ~ ~-~ ~ : ~ ,~ I RSONAL - ~ ~,.~ ,: ~ ................... ~ ........... ....... ~ In other action, the Club ~ ~ :~ nit Sc,',~-ins wql h,~ ,,~oa ,n make-up of the club member-- PERSONAL. .... ,-, ,,~ S'm" ,v hi '-know that he will be at home Seep forms and will prepare . I .=~=~--~-.--.-.~-.~-.4.4.-;,~-,--~...~- ' on May 7. He will be home for ~ssa~yz~)y~aws. _ .... T-Sgt. and.Mrs. Glen Hamfl- I _ ~| .... . a short time, taking a leave of ..... e eetl.ng ante w~n ton and cmloren, Morina and I ~kT ~ ]r , _ ;it ~ absence from theU.S. Forces I~, ~:~p.m., M.o~.a,y, May..IU Johnny lefl Wednesday for Sch- [ J~ews u~ lnleresl Ii[ it me Kurlmn ClUb HOUSe Toe eft'- Texas after s'~,',~;-- - i .i ,i i ._ , " club also extended a welcome week with his narents Mr'~nd I I[ ~O1| ]] " to licensed CB ers In the com- Mrs. Harold Hamilton Mrs [ 1[ Mrs. C. B. Maya of Orlando, munity to attend and join the Hamilton's mother, Mrs. Mat~ [ Florida, is visiting her sister, club at the announced meeting. "rarest from Naples, Italy, ac- / q, Mrs. Hobson Vann in Lock,art. The appropriate membership companied them on this visit. [ 1 / ~ . Conservation :. ,, !j nn watson -- i : News := Green Thum }~. ~.~. ~-~ ,~, ~ A '~lm -- O _! by W. F. Patterson, ' ~" " ' I ~1:'-~'; ~ ! I A I/ I ~,aruener I t' District H m ~:~,'~~~ ~1 rir~l r w rt~u,',.~, nave as good luck with flowers as does John E. ! ~ttOn 1//e watson But, then few people work as dell entl as home and o rr t i Jr" " Y "q ' a d quail ~ , ] '~~, - ~.:~= yard improvements as does former police Chief Watson. Members of the white oak ~,~ ~,["]t // I11 health forced his retirement a number of years ago and group (white oak, post oak,ii ~ ~tt~.w -..........m though he suffers with a blood clot in one 1 and xs la ned " il : eg " p g withswamp chestnut, oak, etc.),pro- II '~/!l ~.~" m m a phlebitis and numerous other ailments, h,s yard ts an array of duct the most latable mast ~'~':~;~ * " " ""'- " ' : m mm m color most any season of the year ' " . . pa . . .. " ~, : ':~: ~:~ ~,'~ . The re~ oak group (water oax, :~ ,=:,:~ " ~" I ~ ,:~~ /~ / I He and his wife moved.to.McDuffie Avenue, off WOod Avenue, red oak, willow oak, shumard ~: : " .... = : ~ I ' ~~ mm JF only [wo years ago TO mOX at their yard, you would thi.,nk they oak, turkey oak, etc.) produces ~" I ~ ~t,]~ ~ m I ' had been living there ten years. Some people s yard doesn t look mast that contains more tannic n[ ~.~.~,q ~,..T 7~q~L ~i ~ tt~'~]t ~\~ ~~m I~ thatwatsongOOd evenhas whatafter 10 years, acid Members of both groups W Lt~It looks liken milk stool that he sits on and uses should be included for insurance ~w, 3t-T-- n[/,~ i ~ 'l [ ~\ tt ~ \ /m ~~ a little sawed off hoe for working in his flower beds and in the against a total mast failure. " l//1 ~'!,\X~ mm t ~l 'tlenassmeof e~es~r~ic~baveeverseen~.-v-ege-tab~e~garden.t~H~svegetab~egarden~sc~m~n~r~ghta~ng~ White oaks require only one FFA ADVISOR W. F. Rasberry poses with FFA S ~ /| I ~, ~ ~__~ /n r m~ ........ " Hegaveme year for fruit to mature; red Susanltarttog. ~'r | ~,~i._.~~'~~~ ~~ xour.stat~s, t prompuy wanted it, along with some peppermint oaks require two years. The m ~ | ~ ! ~ " ~'" / n ~ ~~r =-~r~ = .~. =-~ prams m our vegetable garden, hoping to drive some the bu s a roximate amounts of fresh I Ull I II l'~ll[lt['~-~ away. g aPcPorns required by some game = ~ I ~! Jr ~':~" Mr. Watson has pepperm/nt growing wild in his flower beds. animals are as follows: white- I f / ~ i I ~~ I It smel!s so refreshing. In fact, everything he sticks out grows tailed deer - 2.5 lbs. per day; | ! ~~ wild., he ._has. a name for everything but I can't remember half 450 lbs for 180 days- Squir- n ~ / ~ .~.tnem: .ne.na.s some of the prettiest varigated and lush green rel - 0.'2 lbs. per day', 39 lbs -- ~ / ~ II niter prams mat reatty add to his beds Beautiful pink running for 180 da s; turke - 0 4 lbs m~ roses are in full bloom" " Y Y " " I ' ~ I , i,-,.. I.. ...... I ..... and pract,cally surround the house and per day, 67.5 lbs. for 180 days / i / s~,ue-. , . ' and quail - 01 lbs. per day, I ~.t~,/ HACII ~ALE l.l.f you.tmvent v_x.sRed the Wat.son at their new home, youought 1981bs for l8O days. -- ' "' ' I to artve oy soon. YOU will be in xor a real treat i /, ~ .......... The acrons needed to sup- i - i / ml ~ 1 f'~-i II . .rne..wmamtu you see in one of the photos, Watson put up to port a good population of deer I ~ ~ rl 'h~) ~'d"~ ][ d"~]~11 ~'~ ~'h~lt I drive_rue_moles OUt of thatcorner ofthe yard. He said he read gray squirrels, turkeys and == ~ ' .L |~ ~ ~|~|~ ~l~I# -u rrugresstve earmer where max-woulo work - audit does quail would be around40to 50 I | i .tJ" m[ The friendly chatter of the blue martins who dart happily in and lbs. per acre. The larger oak II t"t ~,, ,n~.... ...n.... . II out of tat martin houses in the back yard, also make for a real trees roduce man times mo I x d ' J~J[~tPln[~JlL2~l9 ./]IL~,~ID.,ql/I~.,~I I nioa ~tmne~hA~ P y " re ............ v-~,,;, acorns than smaller trees. I I When clearing land these lar- ' ][-][,anlti~ ger trees are much more ex- . ..... _ atauaal.am pensive to remove then smal- G E N E R A L R E V E N U E S H A R l N G P L A N N E D If .~ I:: n I:: D r~ m r .am_ ler ulneS'e leftThesefor wlldhfelarge oaks ~ ........ "-" ~ ,..- , ,.... ~ n . sho d b " " ~i~ ~ ~-'.', ; on..,ore 0o emm. ,s o,.oor 0o..ro .nt.. For All In many areas, deer faitened tO. encourage ct!izen participation in determining your government's decision on how the money will be spent Note" Any ommf-,.~ me J n ...... ~ el,,Pincr the, f,~|l on,4 mm:rlmlnar, on m m use of these funds my be amnt to - r " t "r ....... ~ .... " ..... ." ....... ~ ............ dine,, e .,,,., m,..,.., w.~ n e *-,,,,.- I TH,' GOVERNMENT Remember the TB bus on early wmter are able to sur- W.F. RASBERRY proudly displays plaque and acCe Ihe ....._ _f Rev ........... ,~, .... , .... ~u~u. L .... _ . l OF OCKHPiRT TOlIN the corner with hnes of people vtve during the lean months of reel and rod from Chapter President Hunt. -- .PLANNED EXPENDITURES I ANT CIPATIN(;; A n~n,, n=v=,~,,= waiting to be X-rayedO. The late, ,winter until "spring gree- (A) CATEGORIES I (B) CAPITAL I (C) O~ SHARING PAYMENT OF $5 ,242 scene_ Is alsappearm.g.. ,.. ups".. . ................ , ,-, ....... , . ............. , . for years, me mooitex-ray ~qutrrets neea an acre or HI~ SCHOOL UDE! , [ . [ ,,.^,~,,=r~^r~ iFOR THE SEVENTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD JULY 1 1976 THROUGH nnit was a standard wayoffind- more of mostly mature hard- ........ E I r ~ ,,- .... ! DECEMBER 31 1976 PLANS TO SPEND THESE'FUNDS FOR THE PURPOSES |lig out who had TB But the woods, primarily oaks and hic- rum-~J ~m,P~:lv SHOWN ' ' ' m s " ~" 1' 1' ~'~'uI ./ Ao~o,~.~.......... tie and the problem of kortes Three or more hollow ;AVE ON CLA S ilIN 2 ENVIRONMENTAL I _ [ I V ........ ~. U I ~ U~U 11114 ~m~ " " " . , . " P~OTS~N II II I --"-- lb... are cBa~gi~g. ~en trees should be |eft per ' " I - I" I The number of people with acre for squirrels I, I, I LOCKH~RT T~" ~., a ve TB and those with tuber- "~ t" .. I" I , "~ ~=o eulosis infections have declin- Most mast and fruit bearing [~W~f ~" 4 Me~,, [I It [ C ITV CLERK ed over the last decades. Tak- trees and shrubs that produce 5' RECREATION '[11-' I*[" ![ LOCKHf~RT..> ALAB~Hfl 364S5 tlons~ drugStrom candevetopingpreventintoinfeC-ac_ press,fd for Deech,Wildlifeblackgum,are baldchin_CY- {" - I~' 1 tive disease. And even when kapin, dogwood, magnolia, pc- !ii~i e ue~Ames I $ I S I active disease does develop, can, walnut, blackberry, elm, SOC~L Ssnvc~ 1 ~ t" | drugs can make the patient non- grap, huckleberry, mulberry, d~~ !~il : i ~'~"o'~t~)o~ I$ I$ I contagious within a sbort time. plum, crabapple and yellow pop- ?~ ~::: ~ : .... :_ ..... :~ ~-_ : ...... $~ .... : ....... I '- I ", I However, there are stillpeo- lar. I, 1 .62 .ooi p,. who have activeTBanddo Inthick]ywoodedareas, most ~r~ ............ ................. ........................ :::::::::: .................. ~:~::Z::~k~ 9 'MULTIPURPOSE AND I- ~ ..... ^ ..... ~. , ,c~,'~t~ not knowit. And when they have of our game animals benefit ....... ~!D{!! . ~t'~)~f~ gmu ............... ] .$ ~ (U~ ~uDmlt proposals for fundln0 consideration by ~ t~.l~o,t, .a. .t.7 I ~ theylive TBcangermsspreadinthediseasejusttheir sputum, fourthfrm openingSto 2 acresthatin size.are Thesene- ,o e~UC~T,~, [ * ~ to O t 1;I s ~I rRe copy of this re...., and by coughing and sneezing,openings allow sunlight to pass :ii~~I: , , ~,. , t W ' L~ supporting clocumenls, are open for public scrutiny " "" ' But back to the disappearing through the tree canopy to the t~i~~f:::::::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ...... TB bus - ~'~OPUeN~ I $ ~ ............... The fact is that mobile forest floor which enhances the at .bOUKZlaPU"J:own tla.i.J. X ra v rowth o ~= sou~,~-s c~u. t" ~,~e~m~P - y units sur eying general g f legumes, grassesand Save $5.00 BeOt: " "~"~"~" "v" at ot '~ ~I~f~0~V~-~O~ENT [~.S ~ ~ (E) ASSURANCES (Reter to nstrucUon E) I assure the Secretary___. ....... Of fh. T ...... v-.,.,, popul ions find too few cases, her wildlife wood plants, on the class higher; " that the non-discrimination and other statutory requirements listed in Part E of Over 95% of people with new or These openings should be ring of your 1 prices < 13 ECONOMIC I ~ the instructions accompanying tills report w 11 be complied with by this recipient reactivated TB are found b oth- s uare with small b h DIEVELOPMENT I t ~ government with respect to the entitlement ftuld$ ronorted her n ...... ).Y- q ........... rus piles '.. 2= ......... ; ~ . ~ _. ~-. ~ ,- eo. er means mat Mass x-ray we|t mstrlDutea mrough them choice ing~ , o~.. (s~y) { .. ~ ~_A~' /'~- ..,~ .... ., ...... / screening in the community- One, l-acre opening per ten Brin0 this first In i |I ~ " " -- Sionat~''~ ur4 of Chief Ex~0tlve 3ffie"~- -~'~-#"~< -~"~'~ ~'t~~ ~ at-large. Todaymost active TB acres of woodland can benefit ......... is di v scovered because the per- a ariety of wildlife, special cloSS ,S~O~A~S I. [. ' ~, ,~,, I Frank E. Timmerman. Uavor son has symptoms and seeks Most wet areas such as "check"by I Name & Title - Please Print = Date medical advice, swamp, bogs and beaver ponds ...... Some common symptoms of provide food and cover for a store today ~' ..... II TB are coughing a lot, feeling host of wild animals Beaver tired all the time, spitting blood ponds are especially important and losing weight. Andoneor for ducks, fish, water birds, Florala Jewelry Store all of the symptoms can mean furbearers, reptiles and am- TB. phibians. t