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JJ~/~ S~MALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ******** COVERING USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. .~. ~. ~j~ ~. ~. ~. ~ ~. ~j~ at the Farm Center in Dothan, Alabama. A program has been designed to bring peanut pro- ducers up-to-date on the latest recommendations of harvesting and curing peanuts. An oppor- tunity to observe some of the latest machinery available will be on display. The meeting will begin at 9:30 a.m. Let me suggest that you and your neighbors com- bine travel and take advantage of this day. Peanut ProducerB will receive further information from me covering the meeting. This all-expense paid trip was extended to first place winners in the various county contests. Those participating were: Public Speaking- Ronnie Taylor - Straughn, Jr. Club - Son of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Taylor, Route 6, Andaiusla, A1a Carol Fendley - Red Level Jr. Club - daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Fendley, Route I, Red Level, Alabama. Jr Electric Demonstration - Pat Ayer - W. S. Harlan Ele- mentary - Son of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Ayer, Route l, Florala, LIBRARY By MRS. MARION CAUSEY THE DEADLINE for the sum- mer reading program, which began on the sixth of July, has been set for the t'wenty- eighth of August. On that day from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., a party will be given for the ones who completed the quai- golf game, sail bo~ tax, vacation planS, career and can help you mysteries of the "I am a time whisk you into of Dostoevski Alabama. iflcations of the program mas and F. Tractor Driving - David These people will receive cer- "I am a time Dean - Fleeta Jr. - Son of tificates which verify their ac- whisk your 11 telli~ With Mr. and Mrs. Pete Dean, Route SFC JOHNNIE M. BLALOCK - U.S. ARM~ RECRUITER compllshment of reading twenty ilization in your cc 3, Opp, Alabama. The story hour will begin you more often?" BO KIN, __..= ~Jr =| tionJr" Dairy Foods Demonstra-. Jetaine Pound- W S SOLDIEI~S who are assigned American Veterans, an organ- books in the allotted time. ,q wonder why * 4 I1 TOUWt . to the Army's civil affairs unlts ization that has done a great on this Friday, July 24, andwill The cn Harlan, Jr. High - daughter in Vietnam are very busy men. Job to assist our disabled vet- last from 3:00 p.m. until 4:00 W S. HarlanElemlnu _ of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pound, They are the troops who help erans and their families. So, p.m. All children are invited and their teachers, ~d[~ m rJb~ Route 1, Florala, Alabama. the confused and often home- on this 50th, we'd like to con- to attend. Entertainment for anne Geohagan and M] C ov;ngton ----" = r"='="~ sr. Dairy Foods Demonstra- less civilians to relocate and gratulate the DAV. this hour will also include a Judson, and teacheI lion - Sharon Adams - Straughn rebuild their lives. "YOU'RE IN THE ARMY puppet show given by a group Mrs. Howard CauseY mm i J Jr. High - daughter of Mr. The goal of these men is NOW". That's what we had the of girls from Florala City Venice Adams, vlsltea County /=or ~war~ and Mrs. James Adams, Rt. not Just to construct a certain privilege of saying, this week, School. aia Memorial public 2, Andalusia, Alabama. number of buildings or dig a to two young ladies from this A piece entitled "I AMYOUR on Monday, July 13,_~ certain number of wells. It area. We'd like you to join LIBRARY" captured my at- gram was encourg~ Farm Agent Outstanding Four-H'ersfromomy"Bakedr~orrlsFds- rleasantExhtblt" DOr-nome is also to instill in the cit- us in welcoming Privates Eve- tention the other day. It read children at an ea.r.~ Covington County traveled to#umor ............ mgn - uaugnter ot ~ar izbns a brighter outlook for the lyn Hill and Barbara Annthus: become familiar "'i Auburn July 13 and 14 to corn ............. future, a feeling of self- Mathis Both young ladies are I AM YOUR LIBRARY brary and its uses, pete in the District l'I Four-H , .... " - " .- - accomplishment, and a chance from Opp, Alabama. u, anaamsm, Alabama 'q have swashbuckling tic- ren were told about ~( Awards Ehminations program .... ". .._ to learn how to improve their lion that will kidnap you away sections and the eq~ COMPLAINTS about Army to the China Sea, or parachute the library. .~neo~ you behind enemy lines, or given a sample u , .. , io ) r~ ~ ~ ~, ,, .... splash you with the salt spray hour which will ~ of Jack London's high seas late~ on in the summe .. . . , . ,q have little books of ems The librarY hasreO __.s ...... r ..... h---b-.-~ =-- yOU Can slip in your pP~ocket given q~uite a few l~, d p y n a lef d ki chens -- v ..... ureenpresents a iewcnmce ....__lLiljl~ : f o yo . p p spire you, political analyses gram which beg ,. . . . melted cheddar cheese is more to arouse you, philosophy to There is still amP;= help you to understand one to complete L, ~, ,~. I ~ VUL its L I I.U " " 9. ~'' ,, 'q can help you with your lions and to wm I I PLEAS GU,LTY FUNERAl sERV' TO VIOLATIONS HELD FOR MRS. OF S.S. ACT Mrs TrudY Be~.t~ ON JULY 6 in the United age 68, a resident. States District Court for the 7[oi;~d:n:s~ertd sWwe~a; Southern District of Florida, _ , ~ .... AnesdSY a Miami doctor entered a plea ea earJy wu~n in F( i ~~il of guilty to three counts of rio- ~ hm'Hos:~'al. lation of the fraud provisions c! . -~^rt wstl t reslaem ol r~, of the Social Security Ac , ac- -- .... d yea m any omer jobne , ju Social Security manager in An- zo Mrs. r~oy O O ress"e ue' nTn'e " . memory always To brighten ~"~"~L Z Slsters l ..... NEED A BOAR. The next tion will be August II in Au- Extension Farm Agent, H.O. ~,~n~ Ul=ses,+ T~,,m,= .T,- m,,h particular village through self- sale of boars that qualified burn.At this time it looks ,, ,, o ...................... u-.- Buddy Summerford and Ex- " _ . . field rations (now known as C- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dar- government in the Auburn Evaluation Sta- like six breeds will be offered tension Home Agent, Barbara v,=n w~=,=,~n~ w,~,,,,= ~ An for example, one team con- rat ns a " l~'"n"ar" " ~ '* for sale: Duroc, Hampshire, ...... -~, ............ da- Landrace, Poland China, Spot- Becknell accompanied the group ~,~s A~U~mo structed a combination school ......... ......... nan oeen mat way since me | | ted and Yorkshire. This will to the two-day meet. " ..... ' ......... ano alu-stanon mr a village. R,=v,qutionarv War But to | | be a good opportunity to pur- In addition to those competing AVietnamese teacher was pro- d~v, ~m,= ~ ~,-,= ~ ~.,.~.~ ~., in Auburn, two teams of Four- ~llUU~D~ftDrt vlded, and the school now of- ..... that..the Yankee ingenuity they I ~. | chase an outstanding boar. H'ers traveled to Elba July 1, .,v,m,=-,,,,.,,.,.. mrs courses m mstory, gee- is la i b tt tel t | ~ ~" | For further details about the to compete in the District II APPOINTED AS |~~i~'~t'~ ~| sale, contact your County Ex- graphy .an.d basicmath. Two truly staggers the imagination. young g~r,s trom me same w, ,on ,oo office, livestock judging contest. FARM AGENT ..... : In recognition of the culinary The Sr. Teams were corn- lage are now taking a ten-weeK ........... delights concocted each day posed of Tom Cauley, son of Dr. Fred R. Robertson, Vice course in nrst am. wnen mey frnm C ratinns by soldl~rswho ISOLATING NEW FARMANI-Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cauley, President Auburn University complete the course, they will . .-" . . - ............ are pr0..vmg memsewes zo De I // il MAtS - Speaking of buying a Route 3, Opp, Alabama; James and Director of Extension Ser- De ceruneo as iega, neann innovative chefs the Arm i~ .~'~l~J~i new boar, it has always been Courson, son of Mr. and Mrs. vice, announced the appointment workers by the South Vietna~ .- - ' - - . y i~1~/2~/_i| good management to isolate a Walter Courson, Route 3, Opp, of Howard O. Summerford, Jr., mese government ano w,n re- ~s.....,^~ i i new animal for at least thirty Alabama; Larry Smith, son of as Extension Farm Agent Coy- turn to run the aid-station '" m in concern f th" How does a turkey roast i #tiivunni~cn I days. With the threat of Cho- Mr. and Mrs. Homer Smith, ington County. Anomer a. . .o e heated vHth blackberry jam I ~u i nunncEu i lera, isolation becomes doubly Route 3, Andalusia Alabama Mr. Summerford is a native civil affairs teams ~s to in- sound t uo Or erha s a I ~'~7r~D~##~ I important. Put new animals I =-- ar~ ==. ~.~ #= # I as far away from others as pus- and Lynn Stanley, son of Mr. of Falkville, Alabama, Morgan crease ..... the food sources or menu ........... oz hearts ano zranzs w~m and Mrs. Bland Stanley, Route County. He received his B.S. the villagers ~-wo mvomm I ~[:A~_~R .~PFClAL I sible. It is best to take care 3, COP, Alabama. Members of degree June 9, 1970 from Au- solutions are me construchon ....... .......... ~o your llKlng. lne present I ................ I of the new animals last each the St. team were members burn University. oz sman ponas mat are stoczeo r^i-n'n-fa---i'-=s a m'x'-'re I _..,L--__J , ....... I day so that you will not be of the Fleeta Four-H Club. W.H. "Be" Kinard, County with fish. and the breeding of .............. , ....... ,, I UUU]U~I|U tUIIU-Up I going from their pen to the Mike Myrick, son of Mr. and Extension Chairman, said Mr. protein- mcn raDmts, and ground beef, chicken and I ............ I area where other animals are MrB. Billy Ray Myrick, Route Summerford will assume the noodles, beef slices and wild located. 3, Red Level, Alabama; David duties of Four-H Club agent FACTS ABOUT THE ARMY. peanuts all simmered together '11 i Hartin, son of Mr. and Mrs. for boys. He will be work- I ~~ck ~[ectHcal sys I HOME GARDENS: There is Charles Hartin, Route 1, Red ing with approximately 1,000 Did you know: over a low fire. Sound good. --That private industry pro- And the only limits placed on I t~0, everything H I still time in Covington County Level, Alabama; Jimmy Rod- boys in Covington County rang- duces virtually everything used this culinary creativity is the I ~ed we'llcbeck w,!h you I to make late plantings of snap- gets, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd ing in age from 9 - 19. We by the Army, from floor tiles soldier-chef's Imagination. I ~!enced 0~ al!ovt: I beans, squash, and lima beans. Rodgers, Route 3, Red Level, in the Extension Service feel to ball point pens, from wea- l ~~[o~0ar~ I It's not too early to begin plant- Alabama and Rusty Bates, son that the youth of our country pens to heavy equipment? I '~'~~.~"~'~"~: ~,,,, I lng greens such as turnips, of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Bates, is its most valuable asset and --That nearly 5,000 Army ....... mustard, etc. Route 2, Red Level, Ala- a progressive Four-Hclubpro- nurses serve military per- IN INFORMATION, PbEA~o Lt bama made up the Jr. team. gram will make great contri- sonnel and thmr" families" m' any oz you. are interested, in I ................ I PEANUT HARVESTING These boys were members of butlons to the individuals as the United States and 12 over- more inzormation on now. you | .~"-.".~ ....... e,,,- |FIELD DAY - The Extension the Red Level, sixth grade well as to the entire county", seas countries.'~ There are can ....... oecome an Army ldCK Orst cording to VernonA. Kilpatrick, past~ year~a~mi@ | L~. J._UUI BUA_KM 3t.-. | Service, cooperating with ten Four-H Club They were ac- Mr. Summerford is a Bap- about 700 Army nurses inViet- . "" t 222 3522 or | P.AXTON.~ FLA. i or more equipment manufac- companied to Elba by Farm tint, he is single and is making nam give us a cau a- dalusia. He said that sentenc- ata. . _~ include i Ph 34-0747 I turers, have planned a Peanut Agents, Robert Linder andhis home at the Gables Motel --Tha" t American poet and drop in and see us. We're. ing of Apostolos G. Chakmakis, ......... ~urvzvor= James i, I I "=I~arvestlng Day, August 5,1970 Claude Pike. In Andalusia. author of short stories Edgar ai 213 DunsonStreet, Andaiusm, M.D. was deferred untilcom- ~anu, ~v~ton Beacth i ~~ Allan Poe, attended the U.S. Alabama. We'll be happy to pletion of an investigation by ~o~ . .~..= C, Military Academy? He served answer any of your questions a probation officer ........ i,~e and ~ as an enlisted man prior to about the U. S. Army. The maximum sentence which u, .~.."~P-'~:~ralS; SELLI// _o going to west Point. could be imposed for these of- . ^~ 0P --That almost 200,000 men fenses would be three years Tom Benton u` and women enlist in the Army ~i,-u _1 _ tmprisionment and a $3,000 nelceB....~rviteS eachyear? ru[ 3ale fine. IGlpatrickindicaiedthat ..~unera~:te~V~ this section of the law states ~u,y te IrOm_l v/i~ in effect thai it is a misde- ~ome .cn ape offtc! J Compiete Stock C f :annon s ad N LAD SWEET GEORGIAPEACHES. FOR SALE-House, known as meaner, to make false state-lmmyP~erre~lnBurial was ~(e~ The yearbook editors at Chain- Britton house, situated on cor- ments to receive Medicare pay- .. w od cern bl - h 1 mbl ner N 5th St. and 7th Ave I I ~ Georgia,ee HighadSChOOa problem,' Chase theyee' "HOUSe tO: "De removed frompro-" mentS.Dr. Chakmakls had previous- ureen~vans ~uner==-'' H~e . turned it over to the men of perry. Bids should be mailed ly been indicted by a Federal _,,~/IC~) the U S Army and got in- to the Florala City Board of Grand Jury for allegedly mak- /f~HNKTON S~l~v' J Everythin ! tlust Go ,,, action. Each of the edi- Education, the Britton House, ing faise statementstoreceive .~.'~'."~.-,',~urlhY torn pick the most photogenic Box 386, Florala, Ala. 36442 payments for treatment of Med- M~LU MU=~V"3ot~" girl and boy at the school and on or before AUg. 6, 1970. Bids icare patients. Fletcher nU" , ,~,dd@~ feature them in the yearbook, will be ope.ned Aug. 7:!970 When sentenced, Dr. Chak- 62, a life lo. g "| ~ l~101# J E MANY ITEMS TO BE SOLD BELOW ARE JUST A FEW OF TH ~,c~,~ the boy was easy, but 10:00 a.m. re.the ~uperlnten- makis wit] be the fifth physi- raia. passedaW '_., they lust couldn't decide which dent's Office In Florala City cian in the country to be con- 20, 1970. He ~a~d ! ' ' care Law, said Ktlpatrick. auto mechanic. , bi~ BE ND i REGULAR $i0.00 = gtri was the most attractive. School. The Florala City victed for violating the Medi- of World war iI AsTRLINRYSALLCOLORS: ~lb=q UU ~~ENp==~C~;iL~ 8~ i [! S' the editrs decided t turn Baru f Educattn reserves Mrs'VirgtniaBentnfVir" Survtvrs ,~^*~St~.this particular beauty contest the right to refuse any and over to the extorts the U S all bids. The successful bid- ginia's Studio in Opp was in- Mrs. Nettle #'~ s t~, Army. A leffer was sen[ to der will be required to remove riled by the Tennessee Pro- rala; a sister,' .~e,j Vietnam inviting allservicemen said house by Oct. 1, 1970. fessional Photographers Asso- tley of St. Aug~ '- L ..... ' votes. Reports in from the Contacting office of Superlnten- at their 19th annual convention Funeral se ,~e~l~ I VAN-H EU SEN ~~ "=" ~ fieldwas hadindicateby all.that a good time dent during business7_23_3tc.hOurs, heldrecentlin. Nashville, Tennessee ingat 10:00froma.m.EvansW( ~.~:;.d~ I REGULAR $5.00 SALE mum i OverY300 salon photographs Chapel with 1~_ev C~-~ J P RIC E ~ We're not allowed to tell. But, were submitted by the member- officiating. Du.I ~i ~ , . The results of the contest? you can find out by looking at - RESOLUTJ0N - ship for exhibition. 30 of these Flo~ala Greem ~ SWEATER -- the Chamblee Yearbook. See LEROY T. MICKLER - born prints were selected for Court Cemetery wi!h ="- I~ o~--r--.. 0----.-- i ) TS 1/: you next week in the Army October ,2, 1919, died June 7, ~~ . -- SUMMER PRICE Green, 1970. "Somewhere back of the sun- " ~, REG. $2.69 " c~ .... ~--, 's set, Where loveliness never ~UESTIONS. My ,,v,~,# * _ ........ f SWEATSHIRI'S ,o, ~ ])( w ar rues, lie J.lVeSLIn a *anu o boats. I onder if there e . , ..... any Jobs in the Army where g~ory.. Mid the D}ue ana goja Ti s from a pro [ BOW TIES 5 T mi-ht be able tn ~ut my ' me s'les" Aria we, wn MENS "-*"-est t^ --'" "-^'/ " " have loved and known hlm, ONLY ank OeL ucia The Army needs men who are saa tears, w111 cner,sn n,s THE AMERICAN TRUCKING INDUSTRY'S | REG. $1.50 " SUMMER Sl r~ Answer. There certainly are. Whose pass.i..~., has brought OR,VEROFTHEYE~ I MEN?S For 7 ~lgl~--" ' 0 keep its "navy" In shipshape me p_ass_mgyears_' . .. __ WHEHKA~. ~romer beroy ~\ TIES For 41~ Arm . -- condition. Right now, we have ... . _ REGULAR $45.00~1111 8~, interested in the sea to help . ,, openings in several job areas ~}czaer.was a man o! a nappy t i REG. $2.50 , of marine operation and main- UlspOSlnon! .coun.~- I s ES J tenance, you are interested enance a p*eas*ng a"* ue, VA ! in puttin~ your hobby to ~ood ever ready to lend a helping hand i For mm m ,,~-In th-,= "~,mv en~n~ |n~nd in the service of humanity, ;;; k-W;-mt hV -ahe- o REAS= Leroy , o $1 t REG. $7.95' I I he1, You'll find us at the ~,cKmr was a m,wzu, mem- ~-'-/~E~LI-~.~~ I sE?I~:: ~ :: 29~5 re~l~ittng station at 213 Dun-bet of Covington Chapter No. ' ~,~n Str=-t Andalusia Alabama 441, Order of Eastern Star, and 0 ,o. SAND.= Now 41 O )1 ;;vn,, ~;.~..,n~.11'n,,.~n,,rn exemplified in his life the ten- -- ~"- ," ........... , ......... ~ "/ V~l i-I '%\'~3_. I-~ REG. $5.95 I ber is 222-3522 ets of our Order which are .- ~- .o. , SAND/ ,o, . '1 - ' THEREFORE BE IT RE-" ~] i SEERSUCKER REG. $24.95 HELP A BUDDY. Have aSOLVED: That the Charter of I spo , co ,, ,. ,o. ' BIEIR~ ]I 'buddyrrelativeintheser'Covingtnchap'rN*441'or'r~'~~141~ HOW? If he and most ~ffection.,ely ~ I vice? You can help him get der of Eastern Star be draped Now $ eigher a three-day pass or a In his memory. three-day extension of his That we sincerely, deeply, ~ "~ le.e .mo i SUEDE SF OE r. ,o our recruiting station and thize with his lmmediaterel~- REG. $]3.95 - ] you join the Army as a result tires and friends in the loss that rlan your stops and Now of the visit. It's a great chance we have all substained. ~uc~,~, : WHITE Fo, / for you to not only help your- That a copy of these reso- starts early! [SHOES,,, ,,-, ..I | ,,o $11.95 ,.J relat~ve.selI'but'helpy'rbuddyr lutionsbesent.hlsimmedi-ate family, a copy spread on I Ii' , For i the minutes of thlsChapter, and Beautiful scenery? a copy be sent t The Florala .. 50TH ANNIVERSARY. We News for publication. Admire it pr0per i.. r I( " 1:11 I fact that Ig70 marks the 50th C. Evans, Annie Laura Hutche- OFF the road! = III I I' I II I l i ~= anniversary of the Disabled son, Helen Robbtns.