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April 1, 1976

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I \ / Keeping pesticide residue at a safe level in human foods, animal feeds, and the environment is the aim of the 4th Annual Pesticide Residue Conference to be held in Auburn at the Jo- vonn Hotel Tuesday and Wednesday, says J.M. Boil- ing, Macon County Extens- ion chairman. Registration will begin at 11 a.m. Tues- day and will begin with a chemist workshop at 8:30 3.5 horsepower ilii -- 19 inch a.m. Wednesday. The conference, sponsor- ficiaries ed by the Cooperative Ex- which tension Service of Auburn Uni~rsity and the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industries, will feature federal and slate specialists The in the field of pesticide resi- special dues. ment ......... ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ................. --AM-FM Radio --8-Track Tape ---2 Speakers Modular System J MEMBERS -- Physical Education Steering Committee.assistant superintendent; Betty Martin, D. C. Wolfe High; Jn box Members from left to right, are: Obediah Threadgill; Rosa Mary Ella Jones, South Macon High; Frances Krouse, Williams, Tuskegee Public; Shelia Bledsoe; Jacqueline Tuskegee Institute Physical Education instructor; and Vesta Douglas, Tuskegee Institute High; Lucious Jefferson, Key, D. C. Wolfe High. Plants Forum slated BAR for candidates 25 (plenty. in. stock) tumblerWEEKLYwith theSPECIALpurchase As a Bicentennial special, The Snack Bar is giving Candidates for public office away free a 16-ounce glass will be questioned by news media and the general pub- pouna ~ag of one of four sandwich lic during upcoming sess- baskets. It's a keepsake ions, coordinated by Model make increasing positive ira- lege, as well as consultants Cities. item. pact on the development of from the Alabama Depart-The sessions will be held % boys and girls, ment of Education. at 7:30 p.m. at the court- Because many teachers The programs across the house. The offices and dates: have found it very difficult, years have been characte- Probate judge, April 6; because of distance to tra- rized by participation by Circuit Clerk, April 8; Coun- vel, financial concerns, un- administrators, teachers, ty Commission District 2, availability of needed cours- teacher aides, parents and April 13; County Commiss- es, and the fact that many students, ion District 4, April 15; colleges have been forced to Local coordinator for the Board d Education Place 3, cut back their part time and program are Lucious Jeffer- April 20; Board of Educa- evening or night programs, son; Macon County Board of lion Place 4, April 22; Cir- to offer other alternatives. Education; Mrs. Mary Light- cult Judge Place 1, April 27; The Macon County Board of foote, director; In-Service Education realizing the pro- Program; Macon County Cir~9_cuit Judge Place 2, April blems immediately joinedBoard of Education; Mrs. forces with Tuskegee Insti- Frances Krouse; Depart- tute to provide local teach- ment of Health & Physical Relief okayed ers with this professional Education, Tuskegee Insti- opportunity to upgrade their tute. teaching skils. Persons interested in re- for landowners Commitments from clinic- gistering for this program Emergency loan applica- ians have been received may contact one of the per- tions can be submitted for fro from the University of Ala- sons named above or they Macon County landowners bama (Alabama General As- register with members of who suffered damage to sistance Program), Auburn the planning committee 1o- their property from excess- University, Alabama State cated in the schools through- ire rainfall last year. University, Talladega Col- out the county. Macon County has been dechred by the Department iii! of Agriculture to be eligible USE OUR for emergency loans to far- ii LAYAWAY NO SERVICE ................... mers. Loan applications can be submitted through May CHARGE 10 for physical losses, and Dec. 9 for production, los- :':: BANKAMERICARD & MASTER CHARGE ACCEPTED discussed I sesbyeliobe*rme*s iil Applications should be submitted to the Farmers Home Administration. Macon County's damage is for excessive rainfall Feb. :i:i: 1-Nov. 30, 1975. z!:i: Saturday Tuskegee Insti- tute and Macon County Board of Education are co- sponsoring their fourth ann- ual Physical Education Workshop. The workshop will be held~ at the Tuskegee Institute High School beginning at 8 a.m. and ending at 2 p.m. Increased demand for im- provement of the quality of instruction in our schools and the need for increased understanding of the learn- ing process have served as the basis for this cooperative undertaking by Tuskegee Institute and Macon County Board of Education. Throu- ghout the 1975-1976 school session the Macon County teachers have participated in mini-courses, that are de- signed to provide teachers with opportunities to sharp- en their teaching skills, thereby enabling them to 8- Track Stereo -Corn -Sheer O0 18-inch Mark V Four quart electric. STORE HOURS: Mon-Thurs, open 9-6. FRI-SAT, open 9-7 FOR OUR CUSTOMERS CONVENIENCE, WE ARE OPEN ON ATTENDED OPEN HOUSE- the Cub Pack and Boy Scouts of Troop 275 recently visited the School of Veterinary Medicine's Open House. The scouts viewed films of the human heart and spine. They also visited a laboratory, where they were shown how the different cultures grow by George Williams, a student in Veterinary Medicine. Front row; left to right: Anthony Lewis, Darry Whitlow, Donald Larkins, Dewayne Booth, William A. Reynolds, Cub and BOy Scout master, Kenneth Reynolds. Not shown are Mrs. E. Floyd (Dean Leader), Clarence Ervi~ Jeffery Martin, Napoleon Floyd, Leonard Parker, Larod Bilhps, Grath Booth, Lucius Fleming, Bobby Booth and Todd Davis. 727-0610 (courteoUs service since 1927) A HALF-BLOCK THE We re overstocked 1,000 tires must go-whitewalls, blackwalls, New tires, The Bullock County His- torical Society and Green Thumb Garden Club are sponsoring the first Union Springs Historical Tour, Sat- urday, 10 a.m. -5 p.m., and Sunday, 1 - 4 p.m. rary, which will serve as the The tour will include three hub of the tour, will house a homes, one of which was the, quilt display. birthplace of stage and radio A ticket may be purchas- star, Helen Claire. ed for the entire tour for $3 The Union Springs Lib- at the library or at any of the homes on tour. I II Applications are being accepted at the local Alabama State Employment Office, 304 S. Main Sty, for the following position: Qualificsl~)ns: 1. Must have good driving record and a valid Alabama drivers license. 2.Must have three character references. 3.Must have working knowledge of standard and advanced first aid or have completed course in same. 4.Applicants should have completed high school or G E.D. 5.Applicant must have no physical handicaps. 6.Must have no addiction to use d alcohol or narcotics. 7.Must be 18 years of age or older. &Must be able to work all shifts on rotary basis. Deadline April 15 1976 "An Equal Opportunity Employer" I IH I I I I I II Goodyear Polysteel Whitewall Goodyear Polysteel Whitewall $23 9s B.78-14 Ptus To, Goodyear $ 24 9s Power Cushion Whitewall F78-15 S29 95 Plus $2.43 Fed. Tax " Easy ways to buy: --Cash --Master Charge -- nkAm card --Shell Credit Card Custom Retreads $14 9s PLUS TRADE-IN Goodyear Goodyear Power Cushion G.78-14' Polysteel Whitewall Whitewall P~u, $2.56 Fed. Tax $35 95 L.78-15 Plus $3.011 Fed. Tax $29 9s E.78-14 Plus $2.25 Fed, Tax Good Polysteel Plus $2.8d