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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 2 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY WOOD AVENUE FLOWER CLUB MEETS WITH THE EZELL$ ASSEMBLY OF C.A.'s ATTEND PEP RALLY GOD AIRMAN GRADUA HONORS The Wood Avenue Flower Club met in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ezell, Thursday, January 20. There were fourteen mem- bers and twelve guests present. After prayer, led by Mark Cook, everyone gathered m the dining room for a delicious sup- per. The meeting was called to or- der by president Marcus Cook After the reading o! tile minutes of the December meeting tile roll was called and dues collected. The treasurer, Mildred Ken- (lrick, gave the tmancial report. Since there was no business to chscuss, the meetin~ was ad- journed wrth the Lords Prayer Members present were Mr. Webb Hendrix, Mrs Katie Ken- drick, Mrs. Bud Jackson, Mr and Mrs. Wilson Ken(h'ick, Mr, and Mrs Royce Cox, Mr'. and Mrs. Marcus Cook, Mrs. Ca- milla Scofield, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ezell, Mr. and Mrs. Ed- ward Johnson and children of Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Bulger, Jamie Bulger, and Mrs. Jeanie Thomas and children. TAX COSTS--Total direct taxes, says Rep. George Ham sen (R. Idaho) take almost 30 per cent of income, compared with 24 per cent 10 years ago. lndirect taxes have increased uritil the price of some items represents almost as much tax as materials, and some, such as cigarettes and alcoholic bev- erages, are far more tax than product." i!i! • . . ROYCE HARRISON ROYCE HARRISON HONORED AT 10TH BIRTHDAY I| Brand new brick homes on nice spacious lots in Paxton. 3 BR, 1 3/4 bath, family room, garage. Full range financing, FHA, VA, Farm-home, FHA 235. Down payments as low as $200. 20 Acres, 2 BR frame house, 2 years old. South of Laurel Hill. Stream on property. 1/16 mineral rights. Price $11,500. 3 BR frame house in good shape on 1.3 acres. All fenced. Many fruit trees, 2 story barn in Laurel Hill. Price $9,700. 79 acres, 100% mineral rights on paved road. Stream, partially cleared and fenced. Price $26,500. 220 acre, 25 acre lake, modern 3 BR Block house with central heat and air. Just $300 an. acre. Terms available. 679 Acres, part under cultivation. $265 an acre. 1/2 mineral rights. 6 acre estate with 14 room house on tlwy. 86. Many extras. Price $33,000. write or call for free list of homes and acreage available. "The Land Merchants" 1099 SO. HWY. 85 OFFICE: 682-5157 CRESTVlEW, FLA. NIGHTS: 682-4894 FOR PROMPT SERVICE EVENINGS AND WEEK~ENDS, CALL ED. ARMBRUSTER LAUREL HILL ?-g464 Royce Harrison, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Edward Harrison ot Lockhart, was honored at a party honoring his 10th birthday Sat- urday, January 29, at the florae of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs I. D. Harrison at 17 Ca- tawba Street, Lockhart. Games were planned and di- rected by his father, Ed, and uncle, David Willis Refresh- ,nents were served by iris mo- ther, Evelyn. and aunt, Oqum Willis. Twenty-five children attended the party including Theodore, David and Debbie Smith, Regina Tedder. Toni Miller, Rodney Hutcheson, Greg Hutcheson, Ke- vin Kelly, Thomas Kelly, David Johnson. Greg Wood, Jimmy Wood. Martha Savage, Gay Hen- derson, Elizabeth. Wesley Laird. Rusty Berry. Regie Ber- ry, Pat Willis, Paul Davis, Sonny Edmondson, Steve Coon, Johnny Lewis, Roger and Pare Har- rison. ! Edueati,m (;ranl,~ Made Twt, nty-I hree indcl,(,nd('nt ('(dlt'gvs and uni\vrsilics are the heneficiarivs (,I' .~,;(~!~.ll(~!~ ill j.rrallt s-i l>aid-o f-i'd tlcat ioll by The Gen,'ral F.ods Fund. Ill('. Int'ludcd in the Fund's a',vards l'or 197(I are ~q'ants to 4(1 St~it(' alld r'('gi()llal asso(ht- lions of collcm,s, the ('(}until for Financial Aid t,) t"du{a- lion and thv (',un('il t'-r tht, .\dvancem~'nt of Small Col- h,~_q,s. First Assembly of God's C.A.'s attended a Pep Rally Jan- uarv Z3, 1972, sponsored by the aduits ol the Christs Ambassa- dor Department. Pastor" Raymond Taylor held a talk on the subject ot 'Spiritual Balance" with a discussion of how it affects each individual Christian person. When thedis- cussion was ended, a group of 35 C.A.'s divided into tour groups, and a game ol bas- ketball was played The evening ended wHh re- freshments and a spirit ol fel- lowship. Recent Luncheon Honors Mrs. Bradford Miss Myrtle Rodwell and Mrs. Edward Rodwell were co-hos- tesses for" tile bridal luncheon given for" Mrs. Ronahl S Brad- ford, nee Miss Marlha McNeill, on December 28, prior to her" wedding on December 30 at the First Presbyterian Church of Florala. The luncheon was in "'Nep- tune's Place" ot the Miramar- Sheridan at Fort Walton Beach, Florida. Davis Commended On Graduating From Police Training Course Homer Davis ot Laurel Hill has been commended bv Laurel Hill officials upon graduation from the Police Officer Standard Training Course at Okaloosa- Walton Junior" College. Davis. retired civil ser- vice employee of Eghn Field. volunteered to attend the course a couple ot months back and re- ceived his certificate a few days ago from thP State Police Standards Council of Tallahas- see. The certificate, signed by Governor Reubm Asker,; At- torney General Robert Shevln: Commissioner of Education, Floyd T, Chmstain and Council Executive Director Donald E. Fish said: 'The Council on Police Officer' Standards and Training, hereby awards tile Ba- sic Training Certificate to Ho- mer C. Davis for' having satis- factorily 'completed the Police Training program as estab- lished in chapter 23 069, Flor- Airman John W of Mr and Mrs J D Jr of Rt 4, DeFuniak Fla, has graduated wit at Sheppard AFB Fex., training course for Force accounting specialists. Airman Wooten. ing included special travel and military assigned to Eglin A 1966 graduate High School, the air~ craved his B. S. sirs in 1971 from the sity of Florida. - PERSONAL~ Miss Janice a student at Samf, spent the weekend parents, Mr. and Jackson, and had as Miss Sherry student at Samford, Smith of Birmingham. REPRESENTATIVES OF MONSANTCFs DECATUR FACILITY and the West Point Pepperrell :Plant at West Point, Georgia present a twelve by twenty hand tufted carpet to the Governor's Mansion in Montgomery. First Lady Mrs. Cornelia Wallace admires the Alabama product made by Alabama workers from fibers produced in the State. Pictured, from left, are Roy McAlis- 5"~A/.~o~O.TXa~. ter, J. T. Masterson, John Doherty, Wayne Tapscott, Whit King, Walt Smith, Cleveland Adams, I tc'~"B" ~"t't" Donald Downs and Tom Eden. .~. ~T Ill UI'W SCi"('t'll • * The lllll,~l III;I ida Statues 1967 and in partial fulfilhnent ot the requirements for employment as a Police of- ficer as reqmred by lay,.' The council voted $100 for" tuition and books Ior Davis' attendance at OWJC and the final outlay of funds totaled $9.5.75. Councrl president John W. Harrison lauded Davis on his community spirit by vohmteer- ing to attend the school, and Mayor Gene Clarv said he "Wished to congratulate Davis also for his commumtv spirit" and nbted Should the need arise, he was glad the city had a trained man on hand." Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Phillips had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Jodie McCranie, daughter, Sherril and grand- daughter, Tracey Penton of Pen- sacola, and Miss Patsy Law- rence of DeFuniak Springs, Flo- rida. Mr. and Mrs. Carl L. Sight- ler and baby daughter, Leigh Alison of Huntsville, Alabama spent the weekend with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. James Ham* ilton. Applications To Be Resubmitted To Expand LH Water System An application tor a loan to expand the Laurel HH1 Municipal FUR LINED P AIR 20% OFF on all Brushed Denim and Corduroy Jeans Many new styles and colors tochoose from VAN HEUSEN MEN'S SHIRTS NOW 0 N L Y ORIGINALLo $7.00PRICE $5.00 1 - GROUP OF MEN'S SLACKS ! ALA. and AUBURN T-Shirts for the boys.i PAIR mm~-,--" ONLY A FEW PAIR LEFT, COME EARLY. PR ':' JARMAN SHOES to ," PARDON OUR ENTHUSIMvI, but this clearance is the greatest • I DRESS SHIRTS OFF in our history . . . nothing short of spectacular. Whatever 1 - SPECIAL GROUP BOYS' SHOES pAIR @ 1 - GROUP BOYS' LONG SLEEVF SHIRTS WORK AND HUN NG I - GROUP EACH WEMBLEY'TIES SLEEVE MEN'S LONG your clothing needs, you can fill them at DAD and LAD now . . . for less. New styles, new fabrics, new patterns . .. and new low prices. CAPS . • WERE $2,00 ANOTHER GROUP OF ALL-WEATHER COATS & JACKETS HAS JUST BEEN REDUCED TO 25% OFF REGULAR PRICE JOHNSON VALUES FROM $18.95 to $22.95 FLORALA, Miss Gloria Hamilton, who holds a position in Huntsville, Alabama. spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Hamilton. Jess Merrill, Chairmanofthe Board of Revenue, Covington County, of Andalusia, was a vis- itor in Florala Tuesday morn- ing. Friends regret to learn that Mr. Merrill will not be seeking re-election to the Board in the Democratic Primaries this election year. WE WELCOME LAYAWAYS. CALL COLLECT FOR AFTER HOUR APPOINTMENT RHOADES srA~,N6 ('lARK G,~I,E VB'IEN LEI(;lt LESIJE OLhlk ALABAMA water system, previously sub- mitted to the Federal Housing and Urban renewal agency will now have to be resubmitted to a regional "Clearing house" in Tallahassee, according to infor- mationreceived by City of- ficials. The purpose ,of the clearing house is to "Clear" all applications for Federal Grants or loans, apparently to prevent "Overlapping" of like federal projects. When the application was made a few months back, the Office in Atlanta advised of- ficials that the initial action on the loan would be made through the Regional ofhce, but at that tim~ the exact location was not known. The Clearing House will have the request for study for 30 days before final action is taken. Mayor Gene Clary, Coun- cil president John W. Harrison and Clerk Bill Hurston studied the new information Friday, and agreed to resubmit the applica- tion, containing the same infor- mation as previously submitted. which includes the area the water system will be expanded to cover, number of sub- scribers and estimated cost. The areas that have submitted petitions for annexation to the city for the purpose ot receiving water service are located on the west side. and also on the southeast side. with an esti- mated cost ot $25.000. which includes the necessary cost of a consulting engineers fees. An estimated 30 subscribers would be added tD the water system should the annexation be ap- proved. The prolect will pro- bably be up for turther discus- sion during the regular sche- duled council meeting this Thursday, February 3. espec- ially in connection with those special elections that will be re- quired, one each in the peti- tioned areas and in the City. The council can select one of tWD routes namely the elections can be held now during the period the proposed loan is being pro- cessed, to see ~l annexation is approved by those seeking it, with an understanding, that if the loan is disapproved, the annex- ation would be left out, ~r all voting will be held when and if the loan is approved: Action on resubmitting the loan appli- cation to the Regional clearing house, required no official council action. Buying habits are influ- enced by the weather, accord- ing to a recent report issued in a leading women's business magazine. For every degree of temperature below normal on any day in the spring, and for every ~legree above normal on any day in the fall, sales will drop off one per cent. And with every one-tenth inch of rain that falls between 7 a.m. and 11 a.m. on any day sales are inevitably depressed by one per cent. 'L \ We're calling the fabric Madison Avenue which aptly del cribes the look of this doubl~ breasted two piece suit with lace. From the Nardis C lection and tailored of 92% polyester, 8% nylon. Colors Beige/White: Grey/1~hite. 6 to 18. The Fashion Sho "East Fifth Avenue Florda~