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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 8 THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY J ***W-*#r*'A-* hous or income differences. In other words, racialsegrega- WEEKLY NEWSPAPER REPORT BY CONGRESSMAN ~.L. DICKINSON Double School Standard SINCE THE enactment of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, the federal government has given primary emphasis to enforcing its school desegregation edicts in the Southern states while virtually ignoring the rest of the nation. This double-standard comes as no surprise to the people of the Southl Unfortu- nately, it is typical of the puni- tive laws we've been forced to swallow since the lAth Amend- ment was added to the Constl- tutiou 100 years ago. Nevertheless, the old adage that 'what's good for the goose is good for the gander' Just might finally be comingtopass. It's tn the form of pressure being applied on the Depart= merit of Health, Education and Welfare by many of us to start investigating the school situa- tion in states outside the South. In other words, we want HEWto start looking northward where for years well-meaniug citi- zens, I am sure, have lived smugly in conditions of total racial segregation while hurling bolts of self-righteous criti- cism at their Southern neigh- bors who, waits frankly, lived in a more integrated society. We think we've got a good argument. According to statis- tics provided by, of all places, HEW, 90 percent of all Negro school children outside the South are concentrated in eight heavily populated states and the District of Columbia, where they attend predominantly Negro schools in city school districts. This is called 'racial isola- tion' by the HEW 'experts', and it simply means that black and white students attend separate schools through social or eco- nomic circumstance, such as tion Northern stylel But this hyprocrisy may soon be coming to an end. In fact it is report- ed that over 500 Northern school districts have been targeted as possible problem areas for future HEW investigations. Ot course, as any school ad- minlatrator and parent in the c~mtry will say, the best method of achieving school de- segregation - North and South- in line with the 1964 Civil Rights Act is by freedom of choice. But the bureaucrats in HEW abhor the edea of freedom of choice. Nothing could be fairer than freedom of choice, for that is Just what it is. It is the free- dom of every school child, black or white, to choose the school of his or her choice, rather than have the government compel him to attend a distant school purely for arbitrary sociological reasons. Even Se- cretary Finch should agreewith that. President Nixon's nomination of U. S. Circuit Court of Ap- peals Judge G. Harrold Cars- wet1, of Tallahassee, Florida, to the U. S. Supreme Court has been applauded by most of the fair-minded people who re- present the majority of the American public. However, politicians who oppose the Ad- ministration are speaking against Judge Carswell out of fear that the nominee re- presents some cryptic ',South- ern strategy." Also, civil rights spokesmen Notice is hereby given that, pursuant tothe decree and order of Court made and entered in the case of Margaret Hughes, et als., Complainants, vs. Edna Hughes Hoiley, et als., Respondents, on to-wit the 2 day of February, 1970, said case being No. 7129 in the Circuit Court of Covington County, in Equity, I, the under- signed Earl E. King as Register in Chancery of said Court, will offer for sale to the highest and last bidder for cash, sub- ject to the approval of the Court, the following described pro- perty located in the City of Florala, Alabama, viz.: Parcel 1.- Lots 5, 6 and 7 in Britton's Subdivision as sur- veyed by tL S. Corey on October 20, 1906, being a re-subdivision of Lot 14, Block 35 of Hughes Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama. LESS AND EXCEPT the following described lot in Lot 7, to.wit: Beginning at the Northeast corner of said Lot 7, fronting on Fifth Street in the City of Florala, Alabama, thence running West 100 feet; thence South 40 feet; thence East 100 feet to Fifth Street; thence North 40 feet to starting point. Situated in the City of Florala, Covington County, Alabama. Parcel 2.- Lot 1, Britton's Subdivision as surveyed by tLS. Corey on October 20, 1906, being a re-subdivi- sion of Lot 14, Block 35 of Hughes Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama. Situated in the City of Florala, Covington County, Alabama. Parcel 3.- The South 24 feet of lot 17 and Lot 18 in Block 10 of Hughes Addition to the City of Florala, as per map and plat recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 1. Situated in the City of Florala, Covington County, Alabama. Parcel 4.- lots 2, 3, 18, 19 and 20 in Block 15 of Hughes Addition to the Town of Florala, Alabama, as per map and plat recorded in (~fice of the Judge of Probate of Covington County, Alabama, in Plat Book 1, Page 1. Situated in the Town of Florala, Covington County, Alabama. Parcel 5.- Lots 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14 in Block 23 of Hughes Addition to the Town of Florala, Alabama, as per map and plat recorded in the Cffice of the Judge of Probate of Covlngton county, Alabama, in Plat Book 1, Page 1. Situated in the Town of Florala, Covington County, Alabama. HOUSE FOR SALE - 3-bed- room house with Lakeview front. Phone 8-1004. 2-5-tic MAN OR WOMANtosupply con- sumers with Rawlelgh Pro- ducts. Can earn $60 weekly part- time. $150 and up full-time. Write P.O. Boc 2467, Memphis, Tenn. 38102. 2-12-3tc FOR SALE - pecan trees, fruit trees, scuppernong, roses, ca- mellias, azaleas, and various ornamentals. DEAN'S NUR- S E RY, Samson Hwy. Week- ends only. 1-1S-tic AUTO- TRUCK - TRACTOR- BOAT- TRAILER TIRES & TU- BES. Beat high prices. Na- tionally known brands, Seiberl. ing and Denman. Cash and carry prices. No trade-ins required. Large inventory, first line, pre- mium quality. Fully guaranteed by manufacturers and by us. DISCOUNT TIRE CO., 206 South Three Notch Street, Andalusia, Alabama Phone 222-1478 or 222-1158. C. E. CREECH, Owner. Bank Americard &Mas- ter Charge honored. FOR SALE - 1963 Chevrolet Bel-Alr v-8 power glide. One owner. Excellent condition. Phone 8-4148 after 5 p.m. 2-12-tfc SINGER FOR SALES AND SERVICE CALL FLORALA LAUNDROMAT PHONE 8-3891 Parcel 6.- Parcel 7.' Parcel 8.- Lot No. 6, Block 72 of Hughes Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama, as per map and plat recorded in Plat Book 1, Page 1, (Xfice of the Judge of Probate of Covington county, Alabama. Situated in the City of Florala, Covington County, Alabama. North half of Lots 6, 7 and 8, Block 46, Hughes Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama. Lots 1 and 2 in Block 4 of Stalling Addition to the City of Florala, Alabama, better described as follows: Beginning at the NW corner of the SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 of Section 35, Township IN, Range 17E, run S 3 degrees 24'E along the West line of said SW 1/4 of SE 1/4 a distance of 637.1 feet to a point on the North line of an undedicated, unnamed street, thence run N 85 degrees 56' E along the north line of said Street a distance of 181.0 feet to a point which is the point of begin- ning for the following described property: continue to run 85 degrees 56'E along the North side of said Street for a distance of 149.0 feet to a point; thence run N 3 degrees 24'W along an old fence row for a distance of 97.2 feet to a point at the intersection of old fences; thence run S 85 degrees 36~W along an old fence row for a distance of 149.1 feet to a point on the East Line of an unde- dicated, unnamed Street; thence run S 3 degrees 24' E a distance of 96.6 feet to the point of begin- nJng. Containing .34 acre, more or less, being in SW 1/4 of SE 1/4, Section 35, Township 1N, Range 17E. Typem~rs g Addbl lilddNs {bad & Iopdrod HILLY VI|T$ TO PLONALA 1 UVESTOCK SELL YOUR LIVESTOCK AT THE PAXTON LIVESTOCK COOPERATIVE MARKET ULI DAY ~VERY MONDAY THIS IS~A FARMIERS AUCTION MARKrr ~..t L ~ ..... .J_ [ -- . t Said property will be offered in parceis and as a whole and sold to the highest bidder or bidders in such order or manner as produces the high~ total price and the sale will be conduct- ed o~ the Court House steps in Andalusi% Alabama, between the hours of U o'clock a.rn. and 4 o'clock p.m. on the 16 day of March, 1970. l~irchasert~ Utle insurance to the limit of the purchase price and subject to the provistonn of interim Utle insurance binders of LIwyers Title Insurance corporation on hand In my office will be furn~hed to the purchaser zvpon reque6t. ~qulrtes as to any and all details may be made at any time prior to sale by calling 282=4313 Andalusia. This the ~d day at February, 1970. E. E. KING, Register Z-5-3TC-EEK are clai~ntug that the Supreme Court nominee is biased, on the basis of the most frag- mentary and inconclusive wisps of evidence. It seems that the liberals who supported former Supreme Court Justice Abe Fortas are the same ones who set out to destroy the reputation of Judge Clement Haynsworth. Now these same liberals who disagree with Judge Carsweil's philosophy and the principle that the mem- bers of the Supreme Court should be strict construction- ists of the Constitution are look- ing for any imagined link in his background that they can magnify into an issue. When asked before the Senate Judiciary Committee to define the phrase "strict construc- tionist", Judge CareweU said: 'q)espite a definite and inevit- able element of law-making within judicial power, the Su- preme Court should notbecome a continuing constitutional con- vention." A survey of Judge Carsweil's opinions during his years on the federal bench- since 1958 - reveals a man who fits President Nixon's pre- scription of "strict construc- tionist" - a man who interprets the Constitution but does not make law from the bench. Judge Carswell is eminent- ly qualified to serve as a jus- tice of the Supreme Court, de- spite what his detractors may say. We are going to fight the liberals who oppose him for the Supreme Court has been shaped in their image far too long now. President Nixon is clearly keeping his campaign promise to re-shape the Supreme Court. I supported his appointment of Chief Justice Burger, the ap- pointment of Judge Haynsworth, and the appointment of Judge Carswell, as I mentioned, meets with mywhole-hearted approval I believe Judge Carswell will be confirmed after a battle in the Senate. The two Nixon ap- pointees to the Court, Chief Justice Burger and Carsweil, will be hailed by those who favor a strict interpretation of the Constitution. Rather than make the law - as the warren Court did - the constitution will be read for what it says instead of for what one thinks it should say. Perhaps, in the future, we can all be more comfortable with the interpre- tation of this great document. The Covington county Beef Cattleman's Association will hold its quarterly meeting to.. night (Thursday, February 19) at 7:30 at the Regional Live- stock Coliseum in Andalusia. ? FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY I earnestly solicit your vote and influence for my candidacy for Sheriff of covington County. I will bring to the office of Sheriff modern law enforcement techniques and courteous, faith- ful and impartial service. GLEN F. CHAMBERS Pd. Pol. Adv. by Glen F. Chambers, Florala, Alabama This will be the first meet- ing of the new year and all members are urged to attend. Each member is asked to take a prospective member with him. An interesting program has been planned. A short report on the state meeting will be given and a film on ',How to Select a Good Bull" will be shown. Charles R. Howell, director for this area, cordially invites all cattlemen to attend and has transportation for at least five persons. He stated that anyone interested in going with him, please telephone 8-6516. FOR SALE - 6 new Cooper truck tires. 8-ply ny- lon tubeless 7x14.5. With or without rims. Phone 8-6711 af- ter 3 p.m. 1-22-tfc FOR SALE - '52 Dodge pick- up truck 3/4 ton. Cheap. Phone 8-6711 after 3 p.m. 1-22-tfc TRUCK FOR RENT OR HIRE - For light hauling, moving or storage call RED'S TRADING POST, Phone 8-1071. 1-22-tfc FOR SALE - The Sullivan house in Lockhart. See Johnson at Sullivan Furniture Co. 10-23-tfc FOR RENT -small house or property next to Medley'~ superette. Suitable for couple only. Teluph~ne 8-7575. 10-30-tic IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or water bugs, call 8-1765 in Florala or 493-4336 collect in Opp, Ala. THE ATOMIC EX- TERMINATOR offers bo~ded & insured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Florala, Ala. 10-12-tic FLORALA CABLE ToV. IN- STALLATION & SERVICE MAN. Some electrical or elec- tronic experience perferred. Start training immediately. Write Mrs. Mendoza. P.O. Box 968, Alachua, Florida, or call 904-462-2499. 2-5-tfchg. HEFFNER g ELECTRICAL. PLUMBING AND REPAIRS CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our appreciation to the many firends who brought food and the flowers and the kindness shown to us at our mother's death. Also we would like to thank Dr. Mat- thews and the nursing staff at Florala Memorial Hospital. - The Family of Mrs. Maurine Armstrong 2-18- ltpd FOR SALE - Shetland pony and new saddle. $90.00. Phone 4- 7028. 2-18-1tpd LOST - 4-months old German Shepherd. Black back and tan. Name Princess. $S reward. No- tify NORMAN FOWLERSTORE. 2-18-1tc FOR SALE - many type tools, including garden, farm, and wrenches, etc. See MRS. MIN- NIE FALER, phone 8-4728. 2-18-21pd FOR SALE - one used vinyl recliner. Only $10.00 at GUN- TER-DUNN. 2-18-1tc FOR SALE - one used console stereo. Good condition. Only $69.00 at GUNTER-DUNN. 2-18-11c FOR SALE - one used match- ing avacoda electric range and refrigerator. Like new. A real bargain at GUNTER-DUNN. 2-18-11c • FOR SALE - two 1960 Chev- rolets. Bel-Air and Biscayne. Make offer. See on Saturday only. DAN McLeod, 15 Chero- kee, I~ckhart. 2-18-11pd All Work Guaranteed Phone 8-2082 All Your Electrical And Plumbing Needs CHAIN SAW ~ml LAWN MOWER REPAIRS 6th Avenue Cleaners 1704 WEST 6th AVENUE - PHONE 8.1353 - We Pick Up & Deliver ONE-DAY SERVICE We Specialize In Hat Cleaning ALL WORK GUARANTEED .... fALSe PARTS FOR MOST ALl T H E F L O R A L A N E W S, WN MOWERS AND SAWll established 1900 and published Adams weekly on Thursdays, Lucile K. Woodham McRae, Publisher and editor. Entered -t the post SALES'AND SERVICE office at Florala, Alabama PA~YON, FLORIDA 36442 as second class matter |11 FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. WILLINGHAM Mrs. Lena Willingham, 79, of Port Arthur, Tex., died Sat- urday morning, February 7, 1970, in a Port Arthur hospi- tal. She was a native of DeFuniak Springs and had resided in Port Arthur the past six years. Survivors include two daugh- ters, Mrs. J. IL Richmond and Mrs. Gertrude Infinger, both of Port Arthur; a son, Billy In- finger of Gaskin; two stepsons, Daniel Infinger and Eddie In- finger, both of DeFuniak Springs; two stepdaughters, Mrs. Kizzie cosson of DeFuniak Springs and Mrs. Vida Lindsey of Marianna; three sisters, Mrs. Goldte MicklerofFiorala, Mrs. Martha Garrett of Pensa- cola and Mrs. Catherine Screws of Yazoo City, Miss.; five grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services were at 2 p.m. last Tuesday in Pleasant Ridge Baptist Church with the Revs. Aubrey Hobbs and R. M. McDaniel officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery with Clary Funeral Home of DeFuniak Springs directing. Martin FLORAL~ ALABAMA FRI. & SAT., FEB. 20 & 21 I ~]~ YECHNICOLOff~ P~ NAVISlOI~ FROM WAmm~ NOS..~ Awrs~ - ALSO - vl TL JilCOLOII' Fig4 WAPJER SUN. & MON., F E B. 22 & 23 R01Fxr SltkW. mEATI~ I NITELY Cover Charge $1.25 Person FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT Your vote and support is earnestly solicited in my can- didacy for Representative, Ala- bama State Legislature, Place #2, District 40, comprised of Covington and Geneva Counties. I am a former State Senator and this experience well qua.. lilies me for a term as your State Representative. It will be my intention to conduct this high position with integrity and fairness to all citizens in covington and Geneva counties. J. A. HUGHES Pd. Pol. Adv. by J. A. Hughes, P.O. Bx. 129, Hartford, Ala. FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT In announcing my candidacy for the State House of Repre- sentatives, Place #2, District 40, I urgently request yourvote and support. I feel I am well qualified. I will give you honest, fair, and impartial service. LOUIE F. GRIMES Pd. Pol. Adv. by Loule F. Grimes, Opp, Alabama FOR SENATOR 20th DISTRICT I hereby announce that I am a candidate for nomination in the Democratic Primaries as Sena- tor from the 20th Senatorial District composed of Butler, Covington, Crenshaw and Lowndes Counties. I am running on my record of legislature performance as a State Representative Place #2~ 40th Representative District colnposed of Covington and Gen- eva Counties. I invite you to check my record in the House of Representatives. I offer you experience, ability and a sincere desire to repre= sent you. I earnestly solicit your vote and support. CRUM FOSHEE Pd. POI. Adv. by E. C. "Crnm" Foshee, Red Level, Alabama FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT I hereby announce that I am a candidate for nomination in the Democratic primaries as a member of the Alabama House of Representatives, PLace #2, 40th District, comprising Cov- ington and Geneva counties. If elected I promise to keep in close touch with the people of the two counties and to work for the benefit of the District and of the State of Alabama. I will sincerely appreciate your vote and influence and will make an earnest effort to see all the voters of the District prior to the election May 5. JAMES DENN EY Pd. Pol. Adv. by James Denney, Florala, Alabama FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE COVINGTON COUNTY I respectfully announce my candidacy for the office of Pro- bate Judge serving Covington County. I have been honored with this office for two terms and win appreciate being allowed to serve another term. I respectfully solicit the vote and influence of everyone in the county. LELAND ENZOR Pd. Pol. Adv. by Leland Enzor, Andalusia, Alabama. FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE COVINGTON COUNTY I wish to announce my can- didacy for Probate Judge of Covington County subject to the Democratic primaries schedul- ed May 5 and June 2, 1970. I humbly ask for and will ap- preciate you support and vote for this office. As your Probate Judge I pledge to run the office competently and in a manner that will meet with your ap- proval. CHARLES S. NEWMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. by Charles S. Newman, Andalusia, Alabama FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 22nd JUDICIAL COURT I hereby announce my candi- dacy for District Attorney of Covington county, 22rid Judicial Circuit. Your help will be needed and appreciated and I respectfully solicit your vote and influence. I will work tirelessly to give you and this office the very best in me. home in spent most COunty° I honestly capable c~ ties of this you give me to serve you. Your vote be appreciated. 5th and FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON This is to have qualified as for the office Covington Democratic scheduled for MaY 2, 1970. Alert and enforcement is my' asking for your cerely solicit your~ I pledge equal EARL Pd. Pol Adv. by wood, Andalusia, FOR PLACE #2, 40th In announcing for the Alabama p resentatives the 40th Covington and I earnestly soHclt and support. I waS with the Covington for 16 years, and roots in Geneva ground that the requirements both counties running subject tO cratic primaries of June 2. Pd. Pol Adv. bY Wise, RFD 2, FOR SENATOR 20th DISTRICT I wish to announce dacy for the to the State the 20th composed of Butler, Crenshaw, and lea, subject to the Alabama maries to be 1970, and June 2, As your SenatOr, to represent all of of Buffer, and Lowndes and not just a I earnestly and influence in Itis my as many of the ler, Crenshaw, Lowndes counties permit. FLETCHI Pd. Pol. Adv. by P.O. Drawer Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON I hereby didacy of Covington I have you and vote and influence four-year term. I pledge to enforce the and state and and impartial P. R. Pd. Pol. Adv. bY Gantt, RFD 2, FOR CIRCUIT J 22nd JUDICIAL Your vote and s incerely dacy for tion of cial Circuit, subject to the maries that are May 5 and June You have election to this I pledge a partial followed during Having cult Judge I ever the billty and sacred to this you are kind me I dedicate this noble task. MURI Pd. Pol. Adv. bY! Andalusia, FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON Having dldate for County, I come your support. In the past your area aquainted people of JOE BRECK GANTT Pal. PoL Adv. by Joe Breck Pd. PoL C, al~, F1or~ Alabama W~,