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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TopI~E ~3REEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED• FOR DISTRICT 3 iiiiimllmnllllll ii In his September 9 advertisement in the Herald-Breeze, Bob Anderson stated: "Especnally do I want to thank the District 3 voters who gave me 669 votes compared to 146 votes given to my two opponents". THE TRUTH IS Aeco .rd to records in the office of the Supervmor of Elections, Mr. Anderson received 438 votes .in District 3. Ottis Birge and Jack Adair received a total of 536 votes, or 98 votes more than Anderson. Mr. Anderson made a statement for the Pensacola News Journal that the .coati. at Frank McFadands had been maintained by the county for more than four years, and was therefore a county road. THE TRUTH IS. Mr. Anderson has not been m office four years. Jack Adair• was the District 3 Commissioner four years ago. At this time the McFarland road was a private road and still is. This road serves no public purpose. This is yet another example of taxpayers money being spent unlawfully. You need a commissioner in public office who will tell you the TRUTH. L @ District 3 Jack Adair premises you that he will place none of his relatives on the county payroll as his opponent has done. pd. pol. adv. by Jack Donald Adair by Mary Ellen Haynes at all socioeconomic levels, his potential fOrlm~,t.~ In the U.S. the number of Family day care is a viable cepting himse~lf~qu©mjff- mothers working outside the alternative and chosen by to relate to otl~l~tee~ Yt home increased each year. many families because:also the develOl~ll~T !1 Working parents must seek *it offers the child more child's mental~li~llJ Substitute care for their child- personal attention, thought process~ i~,.q Pen and they find a variety.of *the care giver cares for tbe There are i~dJ[;i~.[ arrangements, child the way the parent de- rents because ~"~:[ One of these child care ar- sires, perfect human Mll[itt~nl rangements is family day care, *it is more convenient in us are destined ~[s~.~l the oldest, non-parental, out- hours and location, fail in our atte~ql~-:vg~ Craig Harrison was in charge of this week's Rotary Program. of-home child care in our so- *flexibility in hours accom- our children ta~J ~J Rotarians enjoyed a very informative p~'ogram entitled "What's ciety. It is the most wide- modates shift workers, school- and facilitate ute~l~'~h~ spread, most used and the child age children, taunt. But m~Ji/t'~'~ Behind the Sounds Coming from Your Radio Speaker," presented care least studied and least *several small children in corrected and ~at'l~ by Donald Cooke, General Manager of the Opp Broadcasting supported. What began as part one family can be cared for to- don t work can btI~~u I Company's Stations WAMI AM&FIg. Mr. Cooke, who has been of the extended family system gether, out lasting',har'm~mltren[ a~ in radio for 24 years is the President-Elect of the Alabama among relatives has become an *care is available if a child our pa t'ng la~"~,~ Broadcasters Association. informal, often unstructured is slightly ill or becomes ill, sed on a retau*][C"~ Pictured, from left, Donald Cooke and Craig Harrison. and isolated support to the nu- *it is sometimes less ex- with love -- s1[a~ clear and single parent family pensive than group care. which says t0L~t,~t~|~l , Source: Marion B. Mart-are a worthW .~-'~.-tl T" C'ty ~ ~- ] ner in, " Family Life News and specialperson..!~Vll~ Views", Tennessee Coopera- about you and i,~'~.,~ rl - 1 esc u e evived Interest tive1976.Extension Service, June notmeetyetthemeetneedsvm~thlY~kl~th~ A Loving Relationship: The security that ~ucl~rld Sq dR I."'' ship brings fre0~r t ua e )ort In anese A most important goal of grow, to learn, parenting is to hellc our child- bes~ self. ,~ -r Prints [ ren to grow and develop and Source: CYW~k [ learn to the greatest extent North Carolina September 6 - 11:18 a.m., Memorial Hospital by mum- There is a revived interest possible. There are many ways sity in, ," Family l~ Mr. Riley Marlowe. Florala, berS.H.O. Bass and Tommy in Japanese prints, says As- to accomplish this vital task Views , TennesslE I was transferred from the Flu- Bishop. . sociate County Extension and each parent must continu- tire Extension Se~ [ rala Memorial Hospital to his There was a fotal of 7 runs Chairman, Mary Ellen llaynes, ally work at finding the ways 19'/6. _.i I home by members WayneBar- with 19 man hours and 139 Certain themes prevail: The and means which succeed with rineau and Jack Bilge; miles added to the ambulances. Japanese landscape; scenes a particular child. Clear Spr I 4:50 p.m., Mrs. Julie F. There will be a First Aid from Kabuki drama; courtesan There are, however, certain Jackson, Florala, was trans- Class given in the near future, prints, etc. The juxtaposition basic guidelines that can be ferred from her home to the Anyone interested in attending of strength and ~entleness, helpful to all parents who want ~-~ Florala Memorial Hospital by this class should contact La- simplicity and atten~tion to de- to maximize their effective- unurcn _ mar Mitchell for the date and tails, convey their delicate Bess as teachers of their child- _ ,~il l members Wayne Barrineau and .... b ~racie hme the class will be g~ven, beauty, ren. -. Y ....s~ I Jack Bilge; The first and most impor- There wm w ~.rA~I September 7, 8, and 9, no tant guide is the development tery working on ~ I runs; of a warm and loving relation- tember ~.5 at the ~il September 10 - From 6:30 ship. Both observation and Cemetery. If y011~ [ to 9:30 p.m., two ambulances l~ | | lrlf / research have shown us that and have not contr~ I stood by at the" local footSall r amonason nonorea security and consistency are cleaning fund .tl~n I game;, necessities for both learning would appreciate rl~ September II - no runs; Staff Set ea t " and the healthy, overall dee- or sending somt~ September 12 - 7:30 p.m., . g. n ~ary L. Ed- During this period, Sergeant elopment of all children. Both clean the cemeterYll Anthony Thompson, Lockhart, mon~son nas uisxinguished Edmondson s outstanding pro- of these are based on the re- The Clear SP~II~, I was transferred from his home himself by meritorious ser- fessional skill, broad job know- lationship that parents develop family will be ~ to Opp Mizell Memorial Hoe- vice as an Inventory Manage- ledge and exemplarily per- with their children from the and we will make~ [ pital by members Tommy Bis- ment Technician, Photographic formance aided by providing very beginning of each child s work day of it, hop and Jimmy Hartzog; and Reconnaissence Branch outstanding supply services to life. And both are essential to serving har-b-~e~ i 8:00 p.m. Mr. Willis Edgar Operations Training Division, audiovisual functions and in every child's ability to learn, lunch. This is xr~ Cole, Paxton, was transferred Deputy Commander for Opera- developing and implementing There is widespread agree- will come help from Opp Mizell Memorial tions, Ist Special Operations solutions to supply consolida- ment that the single most cri- cleaning project, Hospital to Evans Funeral Wing, Eglin Air Force Auxi- tion problems, tical factor in any child's lear- our Brotberhood.~ Home by member Jerry Bilge; liary Field 9, Florida, from The accomplishments ofning development is that child s like venison, we ~ 11:15 p.m.,MissTracyWor- August 14, 1972 to June 14,Sergeant Edmoudson, asshown mother. Young childreniden- bring yourspeclalff! ley, Florala, was transferred 1976. by receiving the First Oak tify with and modelthemselves lunch with us. ,ni from her home to Opp Mizell Leaf Cluster, reflect credit after the people with whom' We need 8 or ~1 u.pon himself and the U.S.they have a loving relation- ers, hoes, rackS, I Air ~orce. ship. From the moment of with lots of help t| He is the son of Mr. and birth the manner in which a tools to use. ji t / I?~l -- Mrs. Marvin Edmondson of mother or father speaks to a Please come I~ Vote Ann l~lect Route One, Florala. child, coos to him, plays with this a day of pleas~ him and offers him the freedom together. ! to explore, governs not only ,. lr d P " Supp Le 1 Set rtce ort ve : i - I have 10 years experience and training in law enforcement - I am concerned about all of Walton County - If elected I will give you the law enforcement you are paying for with your tax dollars. @ Democrat pd pol adv by Jesse Carter | 1976 Crop Peanuts bilization and Conservation Service, reporied. The final figure compares with $394.50 per ton for 1975 crop, and re- presents 75 percent ofthepea- nut parity.price as of August The national average price support level for 1976-crop peanuts ,was set at $414.00 per ton, R. R. Donal~Ison, County Executive Director of Coving- ton County AgricuRural Sta- My sincere thanks for the ~ote of confidence you gave to me on September 7 as your School Board Member, District 2. It is my wish to use the knowledge and experience gained during the past four years in serving you, the citizens of Walton County, and to help improve the educational system throughout the county. The future of our county depends on the school product of today. My stand on all issues has always been that of a concerned citizen attempting to carry out those duties you entrusted to me. If you again honor me with this important post, I pledge to work for each citizen of Walton County to the utmost of my ability. Vote Milford L. Bass, September 28. VOTE lilford Bas School Board Member District 2 ' pd pol adv by Milford Bass 1,1976 II s Donaldson sat.d~ I o~pp~ert different ,~/J~ p nuts and have not been est~i cause of atempO". I ing order issue~ ]1 I against SecretarY 11 I ture Earl L ButS..i nut price I be made availS;t"! I Commodity Cree~l[ I tion until further ~ll I naldson said.~ I Any producer .'1 place peanuts und#~ house stored lOa~P~ [ deliver them to ~ I ~rehouse. The weighed, insPev~I results entered o~ ~ f~ MQ-94 (Inspecti~ ~-~ and Sales MemO .~¶ producer will re~¢~t~ of the form to be 'i / the warehonse~l | putation of the l,°~'di'~ after final loa~ P~vd ferentials are a 'j[I ~ove ~~ To Ope i"1 In Alab [