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INC. ALL CONTENT NT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED With Be I(INARD Covington County Farm Agent for his winter crops. (As I said before, hogs and cows never stop eating). About the time he gets his land all fixed for his rye, wheat, or oats he notices that his neighbor has started "digging peanuts". He knows that his are not quite ready but he figures he had better hang around and watch them pretty close. Before another fishing trip or a vacation with the family can be planned his "goobers" are ready to dig, cotton ready to pick and corn ready to pull. (Somewhere dur- ing this time he has found time to plant that rye and wheat). Those hogs and cows are still eating and demanding their share of his time. Now, it's too late in the year to take that trip and it's too cold to go fishing. There are a few farm meetings he wants to at- tend so he had better "hang- around". It's about time to sell more hogs and calves so he can start over. Maybe next year he can -Lay-By", and take a vacation. ********* INSECTS. During SUch as the cdrn cater- army worm, etc. damage. worms should are small. You worms are mature require less ;st that you keep or peanut worms get "out-of- The best cotton insects major fruiting top bolls maximum re- to know in the field control program way to do this counts a week and more the rainy periods, migration. cOtton insect con- for dove, quail, and wild tur- key. Browntop Millet matures in about about 2 months or so from germination. Since the stalk is only two or three feet high, turkeys will easily strip seed from the heads. A soil test should be made before planting. Without the benefit of a soil test, I would recom- mend the use of 400 pounds of 4-12-12 per acre at planting and top dress with 200 pounds of nitrate of soda or its equi- valent when the millet is up to a good stand. Drill seed at the rate of 20 pounds per acre or broadcast at the rate of 30 pounds per acre. Sunflowers might be planted in early July to produce mature seed before cold weather. The sunflower is most attractive to doves and the shattered seed from the heads are eaten by quail and wild turkey. FHA ISSUES PROGRESS REPORT IN WALTON COUNTY, FLOR IDA Administrator James V. S m i t h of the Department of Agriculture's Farmers Home Administration has lsb'ued a progress report on the rural FHA's expanding support of home financing for families in the countryside and towns of up to 5,500 population. His report for the first 9 months of fiscal year 1970 showed that the agency approved 43,748 home ownership loans totaling $465.4 million, as against 37,277 loans totaling $360.7 million in the corresponding period of fiscal 1969. Loans for newone-famlly homes under the ruralprogram exceeded 25,000 through March. The building of rural homes is expected to result in the Farmers Home Administration surpassing $800 million in in- sured housing loans for the I suppose that the phrase fiscal year ending June 30, 1970. "Lay-By-Time" should be The year's activity will account taken out of the farmers dic- for about 80,000 new and lm- have tionary and vocabulary. Really, proved homes for rural Amerl- and are avail- the farmer today does not have cans of low and moderate in- Extension time to "Lay-By". True, the come. Farmers Home Adminis- Agri-businesscorn gets too tall to plow and tration administers Federal as- county, the peanuts start lapping in the sistance for housing through a INSECTS. For ef- middles and he stops his cul- system of 1,700 rural county ~Conomical insect tivation, but he's not finished, offices in the S0 states, Puerto ,ans, they too Those peanuts must be dusted Rico and the Virgin Islands. periodically,every two weeks and the "ole The agency is aiming for feeding in- bollweevils and boll worms" 156,000 insured home=buyer some concern,never stop so the farmer has loans for low and moderate in- esmPOrtant foliage to stay with them until picking come people in fiscal year 1971. include the vel- time. The Farmers Home Adminis- fall army Most of our farmers today tration financing is also avail- looperand have a livestock program that able for a person desiring to Prior to runs from January let to Dec= build one or more houses for of pods" up to ember 31st and those hogs never rent. For further information may occur with- stop eating, drinking, breeding, contact the local FHA office. of beans. farrowing, and topping out. Cat- The local FHA office, which fie never stop grazing, drinking, serves Walton County, is locat- ?ERS. Those peo- breaking fences down, and de- ed at the corner of North 9th in establishing mending attention. Street and Burdick Avenue, De. fields shouldAlong about the time that the Funiak Springs, Florida. Dur- planting brown= water "gets right" for a fish- ing fiscal year 1970 this office July or earlying trip the weather also "gets has made 62 housing loans for is a good crop right" to start breaking land new homes andrepairstoexist- ing dwellings totaling $603,000. Farmers Home Administra- tion financing is available to families only after it is estab- lished that they cannot qualify for housing from other sources. Last year more than 25,000 young drivers between the age of 15 and 30 years were in= volved in fatal accidents. They maimed, crippled or injured more than half a million others, and ran up a damage bill of over $3 billion dollars as a result of their auto accidents. Paxton Scouts "Rally 'Round The Flag Pole" To carry on their theme- ',Rally 'Round the Flag"-the Paxton Bey Scout Troop 708 held a flag raising ceremony comemoraiing Flag DaySunday, June 14, at the Paxton Town Hall. Officiating at the cere- mony was Scoutmaster John Cuddy and Dale McKinney. The flag was ralsedby James Marsh and Wilson Jordan. Some of the boys' parents These damages were paid for were present. This turn-out either directly by their parents, or through higher priced insur- ance which they or their fami- lies must carry, if they permit their children to get behind the wheel of a car. In those few words, but start- ling statement, is the vital points of this thing we call, the problem of the youthfuldri- ver. For years, traffic authorities and safety origanizations have been deploring our young driv- ers' sad record and striving to improve it. While the picture is still pretty dark, there is some evidence that efforts are beginning to pay off, but it is going to take a lot more than wishful thinking, safety slogans, and lectures to bring that about. One of the many avenues needing attention is the fourth E of safety. We know of the three E's of safety education, enforcement, and engineering. It appears we have overlooked the most important. E, the E of EXAMPLE. When you see a father roaring down the road with the back seat filled with young people - taking all kinds of chances. ,What can we expect of the young people? Add tothis the bad examples adults set for children in non-confor- mance to traffic laws, hostility toward police and ticket fixing and you may find further reason for the bad driving habits of our youngsters. Parents by ,all means encour- age your children to practice good sportsmanship on the road just as you would in baseball or football. Do this-lt may save a life. shows that there is some pa- triotism left in this war torn world and these boys, their parents and the scoutmaster should be praised for their patriotism. AYER TAKES TOP HONORS IN ELECTRIC DEhtO "Pat Ayer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Ayer of Route 1, Florala, took top honors in the recent Four-H Club Electric Demonstration", a n n o u n c e d John Fryer, Extension Farm Agent. Ayer is a sixth grade student at W. S. Harlan Junior High School in Lockhart. Covington Electric Coop- erative of San.ford served as sponsor. Voicing the official welcome to the group of over twenty five was Power Use Advisor, Chad Martin. Trophies were presented the first, second and third place winners. Roy Weaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weaver of Andalusia, placed second and Ralph Sunday of Church Street School was third. Ralph is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Carter of Andalusia. Other contestants were Da- vid Schofield, W. S. Harlan; Ketth Havard and Ricky Davis of Red Level; and Scott Net= tles of Andalusia. "Pat will represent Coving- ton County July 14 in Auburn at the District Four-H Awards Program", said Fryer. With the demonstration he has we are sure he will do a good Job. FLORALA, ALA DISCOUNT HEALTH & BEAUTY AIDS SALE STARTS JULY 2 - ENDS JULY 3, 1970 JOHNSON'S 4 OZ. REG. 79 BABY OIL FOIL WRAPPED 12'S REG. 57 t DRY BAN SPRAY 4OZ. NOXZEMA REG. $1.19 REG. $1.10 6 OZ. i. pllel AND IOIlll S tINDER - IXrlN~Oll FARM ARE IN THE MY HOUSE? meton, Dime- Follow the the label for and precau- RECOMMEND. BEGINNING A PRO= ANUTS? st spots appear leaves of the these ~ill require close field. Leaf- requires that the from ap- leaves. It is im= a spot after leaf. C-ood is the most that the pea- can apply to his until harvest ANY OF THE CORN LEAF BLI[~IrP LIKE THEY HAVE ON CORN IN MOBILE AND SOME OTHER COUNTIES? To date we have no~ seen any Southern Corn Leaf Blight in Covington County. We could have some and it not be re- ported. This blight is a fungus disease that attacks corn under wet humid conditions. Smyp- toms of the disease are small grayish tan spots about the size of a match head on corn leaves. The lower leaves are affected first then it moves up the stalk to other ]eaves. There is no economical control or preven- tion of the disease although a fungicide has been developed for control. ARE BOLL WEEVIL NUMBERS BUILDING U P I N T H E" COUNTY? Yes, the boll weevil popula- tion is on the increase. In fact we should have a few first generation weevils hatching out in some of our older cotton at this time. Keep a check on your fields. U ur ices Will B aturd ~y, July 4, We Will Be Open usiness, Men los ul Scholars Named At Jr. College In Andy Eight Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College students have been named to the Dean's List for all three quarters of the college year, according to President McWhorter. Donnie Tillman, Natha Mid- dleton, Mary B. Dukes, and Sheila Rabren, all of Andalusia; Anne F. Steele, New Brockton; Doris C. Tlllman and Bernice O. Donaldson, Opp; and Mary Lucy Welch, Imverne, were the students who attained this honor for three consecutive quarters. For both the Winter Quarter and the Spring Quarter, Kay D. Evans, Florala, and Sheila Ra- bren, AndaluBia, achieved a place on the President's List. In order for a student to be included on this list, he must make all A's. Other names released by Dr. McWhorter as having been In- cluded on the Dean's List for the Spring Quarter are as fol- lows. Jo Ann Stuart, Andalusia; Mettle Jones, Andalusia; Jimmy F. Turner, Andalusia; Annie Sue Walding, Opp; Terry K. Fol- mar, Opp; Larry Craig, Anda- lusia; John T. Carnathan, Cant; Aubrey Q. Newberry, Florala; Judith B. Studstill, Andalusia; Margaret L. Adams, Andalusia; Sandra Holland, Imverne; Mary D. Johnson, Andalusia; Mary A. Kilpatrick, Andalusia; Sally J. Perdue, Luverne; Norton J. Darby~ Andalusia; Tiny B. Mc- Daniel, Andalusia; James P. Syler, Andalusia; Marie G. Hi~- son, Andalusia; Charles E. Fos- ter, Florala; Martha A. Free, Luverne; Peggy D. Stewart, Andalusia; Roger B. Twitchell, Andalusia; and Dewey H. HoRus, Andalusia. Birth Announcement Mr. and Mrs. Henry Early of Valpariso, Fla. announce the arrival of a son on June 24th. He has been named Henry Martin and weighed 5 Ibs. and 13 1/4 ozs. They have one other child, Tracy Ranae, who is 6 years Oldo The maternal and paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Preston Hobbs and Mr. and Mrs. Grady Early of Florala, Alabama. JULY 4th SPECIAL. 1 table U.S. Keds $2.00 pair. T H E FLORALA THRIFT STORE. 7-2-1tc CHILD CARE, Monday through Friday. Ages 2 up. Cal14=2541. 7-2-2tc FOR RENT. Furnished apart- ment. Bargain for right party. Reference required. Ring 8-3747. MRS. J. B. WATSON, 1606 W. 8th Ave. 7-2-1tc FOR SALE OR TRADE. 1967 Corvair. SHEAR'S FACTORY OUTLET. FOR RENT. 2-bedroom house. 115 S. 6th St. WALKER CHA- VIS, phone 8-3526. 7-2- NOTICE. Would like to buy 1964 or later Falcon 4-door. Automatic Transmission. For cash. Must be clean. See CO= LUMBUS BEDSOLE, or call 8-4483. PIANO IN STORAGE. Beauti- ful console stored locally. Re- ported like new. Responsible party can take a big saving on low payment balance. Write to GULF COAST PIANO CO., 600 Chio Ave., Lynn Haven, Fla. 32444. 7-2-1tc HALF PRICE. one rack ladies skirts. THE FLORALA THRIFT STORE 7-2-1tc DRIVERS NEEDED. Train now to drive semi truck, local and over the road. Diesel or gas; experience helpful but not necessary. You can earn over $5.00 per hour after short train- ing. For application and personal interview, call 601- 352-0309, or write Safety Dept., United Systems, Inc., 220 Of. flee Plaza, Jackson, Miss. 39206. 7-2-2tc FOR SALE OR RENT - beach house at Panama City, Fla. TO rent daily or weekly. Call Joe B. Gantt, phone 49885 or 8-2258. 4-9-tfchg. FOR SALE - Winnie Shepherd home place.. 154' 6" frontage facing Opp highway. 143' deep. See JOHN C. EVANS, at Evans Cleaners. 8-26-tfc I I | IIII THE FLORALA NEWS, established 1900 and l~Iblishad wsekly on Thursdays, Lucile K. Woedham McP~te. Publisher and editor. Entered at the post office at F 1 o r a I ~. Alabama 3644~ as second class matter. L Mr. and Mrs. J. T. McLeod of Pensacola spent Tuesdayand Wednesday, June 23 and 24, in Florala visiting her sister, Miss Clara Pelham and Mrs. Alene Tolbot and friends. While here they attended a number of of the June 24th celebration activities. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Perry and children of Huntsville are spending several days with his mother, Mrs. Katherine Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Scar- brough and children of Elba spent Wednesday with relatives. Mrs. A. C. (Nita)Lewis and children of Memphis, Ten- nessee are spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs. Kath- erine Perry. / LETTER TO EDITOR The Florala News Florala, Alabama Dear Editor: In a recent issue of the Pen- sacola Journal, a picture caught my eye. It showed one of these metal plates for cars with the following messages: IF YOU DON'T LIKE POLICEMEN, THE NEXT TIME YOU ARE IN TROUBLE, CALL A HIPPY! Personally, I can think of no more beautiful sight than a police car when one needs help desparately. Last Saturday in the middle of Florala the bat- tery cables on myvehicle canght fire. I immediately stepped into a store and called the police. Within seconds the policeman on duty and the fire engine were pulling up to the curb. All too often we citizens are guilty of taking our policemen and volunteer firemen for granted, even going as far as criticizing them on many oc- casions. Very rarely do we take the trouble to thank them for an often thankless job. I hope in one of your forth- coming issues, you will tell the people of Florala how fortunate they are in having policemen and firemen who will respond when they are in trouble and need help. I also hope you wlll tell them to be more articulate with their gratitude. Everyone likes to be appreciated and I am sure our policemen and firemen de= serve it more than anyone. Yours truly, Mrs. C. L. Prater QUIZ I Any spare time ? Want ex- tra money? If you answer '*yes', you could be an Avon Represen- tative. Call now. OBYREE HAYES, BOX 206, Lockhart, Ale. Phone 6-4805. 7-2-1tc FOR SALE - air conditioner for Volkswagen. $95.00. Call 8-2055. VERNON GOMILLION, Rt. 1, Bx. 314, Laurel Hill. 7-2-2tc EXPERIENCED. Will care for the sick in the hospital or at home. MRS. ELMER, 414 E. 6th Ave., phone 8-2911. 7-2-2tpd PIANO IN STORAGE. Beauti- ful Splnet-console stored lo- cally. Local person with excel- lent credit can take on small payment balance. Write JOPLIN PIANO, INC., Box 103, Panama City, Fla. 32401. 7-2-1tpd. HOUSE FOR SALE - 3-bed- room house with Lakeview front. Phone 8=1004. 2-5=tfc FOR SALE o 6-room house and 4-acres land located about 3 miles from town Just off Crest- view highway. To sell for ba- '.ance due on mortgage. See Mc- DANIEL MOTOR CO. 3-19-tic IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or water bugs, call 8-1765 in Flor- ale or 493-4336 collect in Opp, ale. THE ATOMIC EXTER- MINATOR offers bonded & tn- sured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Flor- ala~ Ala. 10-12-~c ROTORY CUTTER SALE with 60 H.P. gearbox, with stump jumper and puncture proof tail wheel $225.00 while current supply lasts. COVINGTON TRACTOR CO*, Andalusia, Ale. Phone 222-3329. 6-18-|ffc FOR SALE - Theeulllvan house in Lockhart. See Johnson at Sullivan Furniture Co. FOR SALE - attractive resi- dence. 3-bedroom block con- struction. N. 7th St. Will finance for right party. ROYCE & CO., INC., phone 87373. Tl ewritorn & Addinl lladdmos awnod & RopIIrod fllgt? ~|T$ TO FLOI/~k ,/ Walker "~" ..~i. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Gamble, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gamble, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamble attended the birthday reunion at their mother's Sunday, cele- brating her 89th birthday. 75 relatives and friends enjoyed the fellowship and boun- tiful dinner. Every kind of food you can mention was there and Mrs. Gamble had an activepart in the preparation of it. CARD OF THANKS - We wish to thank all our many friends, neighbors, and relatives for their many acts of kindness and all their sym- pathizing words. For all the beautiful flowers and food. A special thanks also to Dr. C.N. Mathews for this profes- sional service and many kind words. To the staff of Florala Memorial Hospital a special thanks for your services and comforting wordsduring the ill- ness and death of .our beloved wife and mother. Each of you will have a sppcial place in our hearts always. God Bless you all. The family of Mrs. C.C.Cobb 7-3-1t d - LEGAL NOTICE - THE STATE OF ALABAMA, COVINGTON COUNTY IN CIRCUIT COURT, IN EQUITY Rosevelt McFolley Complainant VS. Georgia Mac McFolleyRespor~. dent In this cause it being made to appear to the Register by Affidavit of Complainant's Soli- citor that the Defendant is a non-resident of Alabama, and that her post office address is unknown, and further that in the belief of said afflant, the Defendant is of the agetof twenty- one years; it is therefore order- ed by the Register thatpubllca- tion be made in the Florala News a newspaper published in Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecu- tive weeks, requiring her the said Georgia Mac McFolley to plead, answer or demur to the Bill of Complaint in this cause by the 10 day of July, 1970, or In thirty days thereafter a Decree Pro Confesso may be taken against him. Done at office in Andalusia, Ala., this the 15 day of June, 1970. E.E. King, Register 6-18-4tpd-CL BABY SITTING at my home for working mothers. Phone 8-7804. 7-2-2tpd FOR SALE - 15 ft. fiberglass boat and 35 h.p. Johnson. For further information call BOB- BlE JO SENN. 4-4805. 7-2-Itc FREE FACIAL. Any lady desir- ing may receive a free facial from a Holiday Magic beauty consultant at myhome Tuesday, July 6, 7:30 p.m. All ladies invited. Medically approved cosmetics. MRS. SUE DURKEE, W. ~th Ave., Florala. 7-2-1tc HOUSE FOR SALE. 3-bed. rooms. 15 Cherokee St., Lock- hart. A.D. McLeod. 7-2-ffc JUST IN TIME for the 4th of July. The Florala Thrift Store has all swim suits half price. 7-2=Itc n I CHAIN SAW and LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS Woodrow Adams SALES AND SERVICE PAXTON, FLORIDA II III III 6th Avenue Cleaners 1704 WEST 6th AVENUE - PHONE 8-1353 - We Pick Up & Deliver ONE-DAY SERVICE We Specialize In Alterations Of All Kinds II ~1 I IIII II II I/ SINGER FOR SALES AND SERVICE CALL AUDREY HOLLEY PHONE 8-7Q80