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January 26, 1973

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Friday, January 26, 1973 The Woody;lie Republlcan, Woodville, Miss;ss;pp-1 You can look for another struggle in the state legislature ths year over legislation to license chiropracors in Missis- sippi. It will be a recunrmg fight which has bJeen once to come up in the past several sessions. This time. m spite of contin- uing opposition from the medi- cal profession, there i,s a better than even chance that some sort of licensing and regulatory act will be passed. Chiropractors pointing out that only Mississippi and Lou- isiana have no such law. say they want the legislation passed ,to insure that only t,rained. qualified people are permitted to practice wha they refer to as chiropractic. The medical association, how- ever, has oonsistently opposed such legislation. In a nutshell their opposition stems from two p0irlrts. The first is that to license chiropractors under state law givings that the praotice of chiropractic is a valid means of treating human ailments. The tip-off that the fight is coming came last week in a de- ha,to over whether to bring in- termediate care nursing courses, family planning services and clinic serwce .under the stae Medicaid program. In ,the discussion of the bill. Sen. Sandy Steckler of Biloxi won an amendm,ent to delete chiropractors from the prowi- sions of the legislation. Sen. Thee Smith of Corinth. author of the measure, did not oppose the amendment, but added that he thinks the l, egislaion will do something about licensing them in this session. Such a measure did get to the House floor in 1&apos;972. af, ter a fight in the House comm,lttee on public health, :but did n.ot clear ,the companion Senate committee to which it had been referred. What complicates the position is to give them professional ] of ,the chiopractors in pushing status. The second is that many for the legislation is their own ,medical men have genuine mis- lack of unity. One faction in Soybean Use Outpaces Production MILLIONS OF BUSHELS ; / PRoDUCraON . I I00 --  S3.1S-- - 41' S2.8S S3.01 S3.30" Pdce per bushel $2.43 S2.3S received 1000 farmers 90O 1968-6t 1969- 70 1970-71 1971.72 1972-73 Year Beginning epfembr " - ""*USDA Forecasf SOURCE: USDA Reporh t1  " i , rl i Prices Rise As Carryover Is Depleted IJlillzathm of America. soyheans has exceeded pro(hwllon for each of Ihe Jasl Ihree crop years. The. exec, I.L v.,m. out of (.urry(lv/r S[O('kS. which were down It) 72 million huhels 1111 .tc'pJl'lllh(,r I. 1972. As a r(.sllh, i'eSt?l.Vips [irc now lit lllillilnal levels. 'rhi., I'onlillllid ll'OllE I|llll'kl}l Ilellltlllll has ll,d Io hlghcr prices disproving the old theory lhal illcre.|cil produl.liol| Ii1(I|11 lower profils. The i.l.S, l){,l){ll.ll|lt, ii ! of Agril'llllllrl2 exl)eCls Iolal soyl}etlll IlSe II1 I]le 1972.73 crop year Io clilnb agilill, ulilizing all avaihll)le supl)lles. Even slrollger worhl alld dolll(slic dcllllllld is eXl)eeled re,. ih soyl)ean crop U0. farmers will |,hull i,! 1973. the state insists on ,recognizing only trained chiropractors [up to six years) including courses in physiology, biochemistry, mental hygiene, microbiology, endocrinology and radiology. Anoth,er faction of "purists" reject the necessity of this and hark back to the style of Dan,iel Palmer. a grocer and fis,h ped- dl, er, who in 1895 announced that he had discovered a drug- TO SERVE YOU BETTER Think about these Ways to Save on your Electric Bill... and still Enjoy the Benefits of Electric Living. You ]slow w]t a great houselm]d servant e]eetrlclty s. You depencl on t!or a lot of comfort and convenience. And that's exaetlv as it should l)e. But it makes sense to use electricity wisely, so you'll get full l)enefit t:rom it and still save money. IIere are a few suggestions from Ilcddy Kilowatt and MP&L to help you save. - ALWAYS CLOSE THE REFRIGERATOR OR FREEZER DOOR AS SOON AS YOU REMOVE WHAT YOU NEED. ]f you leave it open the appliancc ]ms'to .run extra time to regain coldness. " ")4AVE A PRoFEsSIONAL CHECK YOUR HEATING EQUIPMENT. A professional should make sure heating . equipment is operating efficiently. Change filters when they arc dirty; heating cqnipment with dirty filters yill wt opcratc economically. WAIT UNTIL YOU HAVE A FULL LOAD OF DIRTY DISHES TO RUN YOUR DISHWASHER. Just nse the dishwasher as a storage sl?acc for dirty dishes nntil yon have a full load, then wash flmm. That Way yo u save on electricity. .O vateL .t9, / ON WINTER NIGHTS TURN THE THERMOSTAT DOWN FIVE DEGREES. Chances :/re you won't not-ice any difference iu the temperatnre, hut you'll notice a diffcre_nco in your electric bill. A nice diff,ercncc. IF YOU'RE GOING TO BE AWAY FROM HOME FOR A WHILE, CUT BACK THE HEAT. Tm:n the thermostat lmck as far as it will go: Or it: it's smmner, tm'n the air conditioning off'. The men()' you save_ will help J)O" !or ,your.triJ2,. MAKE SURE YOUR HOME IS ADEQUATELY INSULATED. Six inches or' good therlnal insulation h the c('iling and Ih]'ee inc,h(,s in the walls is an adeqnate amotmt; check to sec if }'our heine has that tunoullt CHECK THE DUCTWORK IN YOUR HOME. MaI<e sure duetwork is tightly installed. ]f any is loose, yea're losing hot or cool air... and l)avhlg for it, RUN FULL LOADS IN YOUR "AgER' AND DRYER. The fewer times you have to operate ttm '' apl?lianees, tim less electricity you use. Of course.,, l?ermanent press is an exception; it should l)e laundered scparately with ulcnty qt xoom ia wash%': and dryer, -AND FINALLY/GIVE MP&L A CALL IF YOU HAVE A QUESTION. M1 &L's E]('et]ie Livhg Consultants and ]]esidential Salesmen can give you l?rofessional advice about electric heating and cooling, honm ]irhtln ,, and the l)est way to use electric kit eh(n lind 1Lmnd!'y, q].ianees. Call them. Tlieir counseling is free. , / GET THE MOST OUTOF ELECTRiC[TY USE ALL YOU NEED ... BUT USE IT WISELY AND SAVE MONEY. 00'SSISSIPlP/POWER & UGHT  Be/ping Build Mississippi MIDDLE SOUTH UTILITIES :SYSTEM / Page less form of curing disease. With the use of a pair of ti'ained hands, he contended, a new healing method had been found. The fact that, the medical profession generally regards chiropractic as a cult. not based on scientific principles, and the fact that the Mississippi Medi- cal Association has considerable el.out with the legislature means that the brewin,i4 fight is going to be in teresing. A,nd even if the licensing bill passes and becomes law. the fight will probably go on be- tween the medical profession and chiropractors. At lea,st that has been the experience in other states. In .states where chiropractors are licensed, the medical profession still fights to get the laws re- pealed, and the chiropractors fight Io retain then] FUNERAL SERVICES FOR CELESTE RABB JAN. 7 .Celeste Rabb, nati,e and life- long resident of the Whites,town community of Wilkinson County and widow of Ben Rabb, died on January 3rd at 3 aan at he age of 77 years in Field Memo- rial Community Hospital. Funeral services were held on January 7th from Merril Chapel Methodist Church with the pas- tor. Rev. M. L.' Kirkland, offici- ating assisted by Roy. L. A. Slam Burial was in the church ceme- tery with Williams .and Williams ]n charge. She is survived by one daugh- ,ter. Mrs. Alma & R. Minor of Centreville: one nephew whom she reared, St. Clair Paul of New Orleans: one brother. homas Short,or of Covington, La.: five grandchildren. Gesta.nd Minor. J,r.. Mrs. Celeste M. Collier and Whatsoever Things by Donald E. Wildmon SUCH A SIMPLE THING One day a friend and I were walking jus:t to the outh of the old city of Jerusalem, headed down .to the Pool of Siloam. We were passing through an Arab residential sec`tion, where several childre were playing in the streets. The children were looking at us very closely, for they knew that we were tou,rists. I decided to see if I could speak a word of greeting in a langua, ge they would understand. I did not know how to greet them In their language, but I knew that .their word for greeting and the Jewish word of greeting -- "shalom"-- were very similar in sound. I looked at one group of little childre and tried my luck, "Shalom," I said as best I could. Immediately a smile s;ppeared on tleir faces and a familiar word camr, back. "Helo," hey replied. I ,tried to talk with them i,I English but they could not understand .a word I said. Evidently they, l ie myself, knew only .the one word of freign language. So my friend and I continued on down the street. Wi`th each child I waved my hand and said. "Shalom." And Mways echo reply came back "Hello." Each child re- plied with a word I knew and a big smile. On down the ,road my friend commented. "You know, a smile is understood in any language." And it is. When words cannot be understood, a smile can. We were able to communicate with little chil- dren. and they with us. tahrou,h Miss Ruth Inez Minor, all f[the simple gesture of a smile. New Orleans, Mrs . Lillia,m M. My day was made a whole lot Hockenhull of Pasadena. Calif.. and Mrs. Rosemary M. Davis of Baker. La.: and 12 great-grand- children. CARD OF TIIANKS We wish to take this means off ex.presshg" our sincere appre- clation to all of our fiends. both white a'nd black, for your cards of sympathy, the beauti- ful floral offerings, and f, ood during our hour of sorrow Spe- cial thanks 'to Dr. R. 3. Field and ,the nursin,g staff of Field Memorial I-Iospital. May God bl,ess each of you. -- The Minor Family. MALARIA CONTROL In rid,ing itself of malaria, Mississippi developed a central program which became a model for Worldwide use. In 1916 in Bolivar Co., the State Board of H e a l,t h demonstrated that quinine is highly effieiert and Complete INSURANCE Coverage Protection PLUS Servlcel Be Sure--- ---Insure With FOSTER Insurance Agency 888-4362, Woodville better by little children; who greeted us grinning from ear to ear and laughin,g .t my crude efforts ,to say "hello" in their language. A smile is such a simple thing--it .can never be compli- cated. It is ,so shnple tha`t little children the world over know vehat it means. And a smile cer, tainly has good effects on 10oth the one who uses it and the one to whom it is ex- pressed. I have been aVou,nd people who have ,forgotten how to smile. Many of them are so sour you wonder if hey ever knew how. And I must confess ,that rather than adding any sunshine to my day they gen- erally succeeded in detracting from it. William Shakespeare on ce wrote: "The' .robbed that smiles steals something from the tl " .]ief. And zt was Na.haael Hawthorne who Wrote: "A s`tale article, if you dip it in a good, warm. sunny smile, will go off better ,than a fresh one that you've scowled upon." It doesn't ,take much effort to smile, .and no knowledge at all. I,t only takes a good attitude in the heart And smiling takes only about half the physical effort of a frown. Life can get so complicated at times th,t it takes a few simple things o get it g,oing right again. Simple hints have a way of making life more enjoyable. And, as we all know, a smile is s,uch a simple' thin,?. Practical in the relief and con- trol of malaria. This method of treatment became the "sad- ard" treatment around tle world. PEO LIX offers many Fringe Benefits for the brood cow fed America's Number One liquid feed. 1. Increases conception rate. 2. Increases milk for calves. 3. Heavier calves at weaning. 4. Improved utilization of all feeds. 5. Better overall animal health from multip!e source vitamins, minerals, proteins, and fermentation growth factors. LET US EXPLAIN THE EASY PRO-LIX WAY FRED NETTERVILLE Route 1 Woodville, Miss.