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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 4 THE FLORALA HEWS - THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 26, FL LBWJC A j " I J nnounces OI ncil IIAinutes I ~ t I prlng L uarter Minutes of the meeting of the The meeting was opened with tbe the Tri-City Rescue Squad by Mayor TimmermanI l ~~[~;' .............. Lockhart Town Council, Feb- prayer by Mayor Timmerman by the Town of Lockhart He I) The old Fire House i I ~tX~[t 1~ ~ . The spring qua~er at ~.ur- .lereo ou.~azura.ay morning has ruary 16, 1976 Minutes of the previous meeting also asked that the Town con- being painted by M.r./ I ~'~~' ~ l een b. w.a,ace ~tate Jumor [~_en .set Lor Mort(lay evening, The second monthly meeting held on February Z, 1976 were tinue their support and, hope- Chambers. r Z) J " W " Lai~. I ,dl~+'~~ uoll.ege ..w.ul get. um]erway.nex[ Marcn _1, ir.om .b:~u.[o ~:~u, of the Lockhart Town Council read. Councilman Reynolds :fully, to act favorably on con- unteered to disk the T~ I . ~ ~ ~ ~ weeg..Wl.tn, r.eg.l.strauon, dales and_on Tuesaay,Marcn z, xrom was held at the Lockhart Town made a motion that the minutes tributing to the fund needed to property fronting highwa~ l ~~l~t. ~~ scneouleo mrl~.tnaa.y.a.nueven- B.::~U a.m. [o ~..'~.o p:m. ~a[ury Hall on Monday evening, Feb- be approved as read, seconded construct a building for storing 3) Milton Bradley ag.r.e~J [ ~+. ++ . ; rag.. cta.sses...m .a(]muo.n, re- day cm.sseswm vegmonMarcn ruary 16, 1976 at 6:00 p m by Councilman Birge. All ap- items such as intensive care serve as auxilliary pOll~91 I ~w'~~\~,:;~ gtstrauon wm oe net(], mr zu, ann en(] May zz. e ,~,--,+~..Dr~Dnf"....t~, ",~Timmo,-~,'~, ,-nrnv'~d ...... iunits. Mavor~ Tlmmer....." ,-o. for the Town of Locklt~l I LBW's Saturday mormng clas~ The .last day for re~istering C(;uncfl meml)ers: Ed Ward', The payment of the Town's thanked Messrs. Smith and Informed members 0!.| 1 ses [o Be olzere(] tot [ne nrs[ or adding mll[ermsprmgquar 1 ouncfl th t accordm w I .......... - Glen Manning, C.G Reynolds, bills for the month of January B'rge for contributing their C " a "Lg ~ I lime s.pr.mg quarter:. . _ t.e_r day. crosses is l"uesaay: George Lancaster, and Eugene were reviewed and approved for services as members of interpretation of Reg~ t I .~maen[.s may r eg~szer~oraay March. in. P or evemng, an.o Birge; Town Clerk:OttisBirge; payment by members of the the Tri-City Rescue Squad. He No 1 of the State EthiCS~ I II~~]~~ classes ~om ~:aoa.m~o~a:~.u ~a[uraay .c.~asses., mmvmua~s Chief of Police: Holland Council. also informed them that their mission, all elected o~,~i I l~mmmmmmmm-' %\~: "" + ~ p:m< on ]~u.es.aay., Marc!. z, m mus.[ regxs[er prior [o the He- Manning; Maintenance Fore- Mayor Timmerman acknow- request for an additional con- must comply in suh~ I IL~F~~~ c_.lasses.wm.~gm meeung on con(] cmss.mee[mg. . .... man: Dennis Franklin. Visit- ledged the presence of visitors tribution would be acted on at a statement of eco_nom~ I w eonesoay. ~arcn. ~ . .. ~prmg .nolm.ays w.m De.gin ors from the Florala Tri-City Smith and Birge. Mr. Smith the next regularCouncil terests to the State s .~l '~ I . ~egisz~tion _ .mr evemng e.onnay, .earcn ~, wim.regumr Rescue Squad were: Messrs expressed his appreciation for meeting Commission 6) The '~ tl l ctasses.wm.oe n.el(] m m.ed..taw c.~assworx resuming on Monaay, Clayton Smith and Jack Birge the past monetary support given After discussing both the ad- Garden Club expressedi0~ | I gym onmonaay, marcni,Degm- March it). vanta~e.~ and di.~advanta~o~nf in nlantinR a tree in t~el I ning at 6:30 p.m. Evening clas- Final exams, scheduled to r;t-~i%"i~; --~ ---~].~-~--o%-,.~- an~l'e where the Town's r~[ I ses will begin meeting onsche- begin on Monday, May 24, will Vehwles"Need To Be In Go - .... "- "+ .......... ,t J od Councd members agreed to Christmas tree ~s located, lid l ~~~/! dule the week of March 15. end the spring quarter for first re~a' then sell th~ There bein~ no further1 . ~r and .............. tl Reg~stratmn for courses of 1976 e ! " - Plymouth Roadrunner to the iness to come before the01 tl / _ o ............. highest bidder, cil, a motion was made t0| I Laurel Hill Completes Mechantcat condition "ltemsofinterestreportedon journedby Counci!man i I Leroy and Bessie Harrison - Alma and ~ Nobles "Making sure a motor vehicle sands of vehicles being operated I ]D...-.L..+L..li ~ ..... is in good condition before it with faulty equipment--had I THE DEATH OF OPHA NOBLES has broken alonffi and wonder- J[~f~[~,~rt~[lJ~.l~ k_~f~t[jll[ is used on Alabama's highways tires, poor brakes, worn wind- ~ I ""--l~tion-h .... tw" n "-" co"-1~- "" is one way motorists can help shield wipers, and other such .......... I I .u~,,,~ No~l~p u~nd~l~W~ da~ns--..,^ro. Harr+-on and B .... e by Jack Davis season record, the Department of Public Safety defects," Colonel Dothardsaid. I F^ ,~L~ ~NU ~,~ ~ ~, I ~a'~,,,v"~ wo,.~,,~orrt,~ ,~'h~,,~hnm ,.~,.~s~lo,~d~, the ],,~h The Laurel Hill HoboesRussell Smart led theHoboes prevent accidents," said ~'They are a danger to each of ~,v Z~Z,~LZ ,EVUCZV ~CZ ~LS ,~. tl I ~:;L';='+...='L.-",.',~o?"'~=....-2,." =7'7L^,~,.^."~",.77 ,.,.:T.=:Z.. closed out the regular basket- with a game high 28 points, Colonel E.C. Dothard, Director. us. Every driver should be I I i,-~-4 "_-~-~1 1( I ...... ri^n ...................... I ..... r ............ball season Saturday mght wxth while three other Hoboes hR m "If there ~s any unsafe eqmp- aware of this danger and make I .... I ..... I,---~.~I ,.0~| I +~_v ~amil,~L "e~" ~uupJV"~ob"l~"-~ "r'~r~'i~e~'""'u"'u~'e~""4r~"~" a 81-68 victory over Grand double figures. David Smith fin- ment on a vehicle, it poses a sure his vehicle is in good t I ~o - ~,~ ~'~' "1 .... l- "'.,| d I ;h~'~'~o "o'~'~o" w::']a ~o"~ ~ol~=b~'~*u'~+ *hoir'S~~annivo'r~:,,' Ridge. The defending State ished with 16; DannyVarnuml4, threat to its occupants and the condition before he takes a ~ l ~ " ~+~ I~'~ "1 ~.9~o I" +'~'| I ,P~o~,i .... .. ,~o,.~o~,,,,ho~o, ...... ~o~i~,ho~ho,,om,,~a ass AChampmnsandrankedand Mike Stewart 12. Grand occupants of any othervehlcle chance wxth h~s hfe or wRh ~ l s.~st -I ~.~sol- ~,~I r I ,o ",,:~marr~',~'~t~esa~e%'~,"~)~,';~ =[e~w=nt+,~'7~e~e:;v~ew number two, claim a 25-3 Ridge was paced by Roy Lett- on the highway. Durmg the first the lives of others. ~- I o ------ l .... i .... I +~0l tl I ~o.%ou,e "t~-~ ~e'm~rrie~"~(l"b;th~e~;me ~Ju&e~" BoOth brides hand's 23 points.and gain.e-high 25 days the safe tire !aw has I ~ ;~i~ I ,;,,01 ,, wo'" *dam~ "{"~- +" + "+ "eT-IM -na the fi"~* ~"ru of tho two IITNJI~tlD g'ilDl ~/"~tltTQ It reeounus. Ullver bmlmcon- veen In enecq ~+nven,c~es.ave c~,~,,~+~,,. ~ r ~ - ~,~ I '."' - I '~,~~ I .... I i, | "~B~)'th- couple's'-h'a've-attended the June Z4th celebration since the CELEBRATE WITH lia..ms and Mike Cook 10 each. tires," he said.. .... DEPARTMENT ~~, - ~,~o [- ,~,~ I t; l 1929 celebration, which was a very special day to them. After Mr. . rne previous ni.gmme tLo~oes . unoer t ne new Law. wnlcawem Cont from Front I .... I +.o. l ..... I ,,+~ I l Nobles' health became serious, because of a heart condition, he ACTIVITIES WEEK aexeaLeo A paacnlcom ~-~L .m[o elxe.c[. January_[, ~~, . . . ~- ~.~o i ""~ "I .... I - "~',~l s, sat in a chair on the square and enjoyed the parade and visiting ..... wnen five prayers, tea ny uavm tires wire ~ess [nan z/~z oI an to this worthwnie Project ~.551 o I 1~.770 I - lo,"-I I ,,mr, ~,+ ..... ,,.;o,a~ oy Jack Uavls Smith's 16 points, rolled to an inch of tread are conszdered should contact James W'alh~ce, " I ~ ..'... I ,.o,~ [ ,.~l t I "';"h:'~4~;~:u~f+'Al"m~"~'~nd tr)nhs'~ ~nnr~hin their m9rri~f,s ..rid , The Laurel Hill Junior Girl easy victory over the host team. unsafe for use on Alabama Larry Holmes or the Florala ~o I o ""+*' ~ I ~"** "i .... ] .... _.,I 1 fh~"~nl~'to'l~'~'.~in~'~'~ d,~'r'in~th~-n~l~4~r~'~'~.ti~?~ Scouts chmaxed a successful Others in the double figure roads. Also considered unsafe High School office. All till[ ~ ~i 1122 ~61111 ~ :!01 I "f~.~'.'...J'=:%',~:\::~'f..'.:'.~"'--'~".~=%::% ~..~-~..':.~.~','.."..'.~" u:::;:'..:' week of activities ~unaay wnen bracket were RussellSmart 14 are those with bulges, cuts or donations are tax deductible and 12 I ,, ,, Y l ........ M~ke Stewart 12, R~chard exposed ply and those made a receipt will be given for tax : it:: :iSo: 01 ~ w,:. ==~ ~,,~ ~u,,.,.,-~ ,,,,.-.=~;~ ~,~ ,,~=,o,~ ,-,. =,.:.,,y .=.~.~.u.. the "oined Girl Scouts ana Glrl Gm(]es all over [De worl(] S anler and Allen Melvin 13 z.c~ AddilMonal I " ,, ,, p " , " specifically for off-highway purposes. Checks should be Z~d l~+~,~ [ S~S0 I ~1 ~i I c, 1-]) ,1 | in celebrating Thinking Day apiece, use, such as racing slicks, made to the FHS Science De- [ I I ~" I ourorlse l lrulaav on Of "Worldwi~.e Red Lane contributed 18 Alabama State Troopers partment. I I " I I f ~/ P rtennsnxp . Tney [mi( [ne~r points for the losers. Reginald issued 394 warnings and made The people of this area have t I I .... thoughts around the each thai Joseph 14 points and Veoria Clay 18Z arrests in the first 25 always supported FHS projects ~ P 1 ]~,, I-# ,~,,L~.,-ffi 1,,. .~,,-~ ~,. E~ ~ T~ ~ all people shall be frienns with 11 points, days of tire inspection."Warn- in the past and the students i! each of their thoughts being "1 ..... l J[- ~E-[,+V j[' ~.JFI.J[ t~J[ r~l~ ....... The d;str~ct 2-A tournament rags are being ~ssued except and faculty certainly would ap- 1 "t am a lira( in me gomen cnain will be played at Ponce deLeon in the most flagrant cases of nreciate your heln in thisThis i~ F ol rala City School ~,"I~h+. [ Saturday evening, around5:30 began,, singing "Happy. Birth. - of World Scouting and l must this we'eke'nd with Laurel Hill disregard for the-safe tire law,",, ~natter .... rain 1~~, ee milk and/or reduce~| I a group of friends and relaUves day It was qm[e a loyous kee m hnkstron and br~ hi" P Y g. g vs. Freeport at 7 p.m. and Pax- said Colonel Dothard. We " meals in the 1976 school year me~ncome | 1 gathered in the living room O! surp.se. ....... The Scouts, 15 In number, vs. Freeport at 7p.m. and firmly believe most mgtorist Pove~ Guideli~ 1 the Tobie Perkins home, near uren(]a IS patiently..walt.lng along with adult leaders, Mrs. Paxton vs. Ponce de Leon at would rather be safe than ing the old maxim~rice meal and the new] ~i l Auburn, beyond Laurel Hill,for her pa..ssportto .Join ner Lorraine Hampton, Deloris 8:30 p.m. Friday. The finals endangerthemselvesor mml 1 St~thin the new maxi~I ~l Florida husband, J;mmy Perams, m Str~ckhn, Vera MaeMadsenand roll la ed at 7 00 moth rs vel m m 1 " " " " be p y : p.. ,e . ~e application for reduced price meals, i 1a | The occasion was to cele-Germany. Misses Delia Lewis and Marie Saturday. Thereare probably thou- The m~e meals remains the same. I th | brute Ruby Perkins and James Those attending the party Bridges "camped-out" in the ~ [~ I Patterson s birthday. Brenda were Mr. and Mrs. RubeFlem- activities building of the First ~ ~ II 1 Perkins, daughter-in-law, of ing, Mrs. Martha Hughs, Mr. Baptist Church and was up~ ~ b I Ruby and daughter of James, and Mrs. John Adams, Mr. and bright and early in order to ~,,"'~@~-~",~ ~ dl~di~--D ~U ~ | | did the inviting and planning, Mrs. Alva Skinner, Clemmie be outside facing East at sun-~ ~ ~ ~ I ~ ~,~ ~t, #'=t I ~ ~ ~ I y( 1 with the help of her brother Laird, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Per- rise to convey their message +~,"~J i~ ~ ~ /~ ~ I st 1 and sister-in-law, Mr. andMrs, kins and Crista, Wayne San- of worldwide friendship. SjT4[/I O+A~+~ IIBj~ 4~ '~VlitJlll IR4g Vl[/r~ ~ 41k "Ir" /.~,1~ ! !~ x~\ I p~ 1 Steve Perkins of Crestview, ders, Brenda Perkins, Tobie Mrs. Madsen, speaking-4ortt J[#lll~#~,~,~j[=j..=..~ ~| IV~"~v~v| i ----L=--b~.~ ~ X~,/,=~ ~ i==,,,'~~ j 1 Florida. Perkins and the honorees, Ruby Mrs. Madsen, speaking for P'~+~" ~~I ~ llll~llllM1 ImlI A~k~lmk ..... m~mm ~l~r~~=__~=l~L~l II( The room was beautifullyde- Perkins and James Patterson. the group, said more volunteer ~ / t"7 INflINllNflltJIl l 1N 1 f / F7 I si l corated w~th streamers of mint Refreshments of cake, coffe leaders are needed to carry on r- \~ ~/~// ..... ~ _~J/ I 1 green and baby pink crepe and ice cream were enjoyed by the important scouting act- ~_~+"~..........~P" ' ............ ~ ~@~.~',,~ "~'~ff I h 1 paper. The table was graced all. ivities in the~ommunity. ~ " ' : ~@~~ I 01 1 with a lovely lace cloth, using PERSONALS The scouts completedatrain- _ ~ ~ ~ II ~ .... ~ l II- a most delicious chocolate ing phase "backyard fun ti,v ~,=~[~~m__r~ ~ ~mmm ~ I I sheet cake, decorated with" The Reverend and Mrs. O. past Monday with a 3 1/2 mile ~ E"~ i 1-- - -- "~ " rm ~ ~ I I mint green icing and baby pink E. Perkins have returned home hike, led by Mrs. HazelAdams, ~i~~' - @" -I~ l I candles, as a centerpiece, from the Holy Land, where they with five members completing ~ v . j~j | 1 Tobie and Ruby Perkins went enjoyed the many vlaces where the badge requirements. ~ ~ ~ I II am ' ~-'~ _ | r 1 to.buy groceries and when.they our Lord taught an'd performed ' ~ ~ I~i~ ~ IVi 4~k ~ i _ - ~ _ I II remrneo, an(] not|ceo me |lgn[s many miracles. ----..------...---- "2+" " t l all low an(] so many cars ~uoy They will be showing films L-gat~,.#Ir~i~L- rIIL-L- Jm~'~" i ~~ ~..L -'~-~ .... ~ ---+ ~ JD,~ -w ~,~ l I said - "My! What's wrong?" at the Smyrna Baptist Church ~,~ A tk~lk jr- -- .- " ~~t~..J~_. ~~-~ ~I~_ I I James ente.red the room,just Saturday night, February ~8, COUNCIL P " Ir = I ? ahead of the ver~ins The lignts - .... | beginning at 6:00. Everyone is ~ ~ ~ ~ t~ 1 were turned up and everyone invited to attend. MINUTES ~V / i r .... .j.... 1 Last Thursday through Satur- by Jasper Davis t.x ! 1 rAr~r(iui~ I day, tbe Reverend and Mrs. Ho- The LaurelHillCityCouncil ~ i ~ ~ 1 ~ I 1 / ~ v'~ "~b I~ I ~---.~.A-.-...A I Inn Kennedy from Dallas, Pen- met in special session Thursday ~_. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~/ 1~4fl ~ ~ I 1 i~l...l~N.b/Ir~la~,b I nsylvania visited with friends night, call.ed.for the purpose of ~,~ ~ 1 ll~ 1 l~ ~ V ~ ~' ~ I '~ Contractin~ Renairs.I in Florala. On Friday night, at opening D I(]S to completew~ring ~ ,illl liJ '1 1 1 ~ ~llll ~ 1 ~ 'V, dl~ I I ~,r + 1 the First Bantist Church the" new storage building at the .., _ I,- . ,, ,, w -- m I , r- < , Y lb. A" liance Sales & showed slides and told of their main well site and complete ~t ~'~- I r~ pp . . . ~ l mission work in Pennsylvania. re.roohng of city owned Ruritan .... l I Service, | The Reverend Kennedy was a ~m.bbui.l(]l.ng. . ~ WI~I~II~II~n~v M~l~.Iml ~ 1 _(~F~ ~ ]P~ | i ,, ... . I former pastor of the First eour Di(]s were receive~ on w w m~ ~ m i ~ ~=~ n m I w n ~ i - v ! = v - ~,~ ----~ I (~ l .ome Kepa~rs I Baptist Church about 34years each project, and at the con- ~I@=~ Jkl 4~ lklA=l=If~lklAl @~--I 1 A ~l=qk A ~lUl~V 'IV l I i rim, I ago. Also, Missionary Carl cmsmn ox stuaing all bias, rll.q~.~lr~il, l*.q~ |l~qt||~l~l~qt~-- ~~l~kl~ ~l~klV|~ l I t rnone I Whirley and his wife, Enid, who council, on amotionbyCouncii- ~ ~. I t __ Iare Missionaries to Nigeria,_ man Wyun and secondedby OUTDOOR AND INDOOR EXHIBITS WILL BE OPEN DURING ENTIRE PROGRAM ! I r ~:~_'~L ~~. 1 ~I visited with friends in Florala t;ouncilman Strickland, the low ~U~ V,.~ ]['l tp 4111 J. ! [ I onThursday bidof$340,submittedbyBarnes l t'~t"t/'~ +l t ~t'N l~al~l~Tll~It'~ II~I ~;)f"~/'=M~A(~ 4 e~ .-~ .4 m ~ A,~,r-~-. I I " Electric CompanyofCrestview, : ~:~J~J - :--t~.J iwt-i--~p~i,,.~,.~ ,,'~ ,x,,J~J,v,,..~ I, f, ,,9, "4., ~, O /AIMU / I ! i ~ " ' w~,in a~Pts~a r~%th~ ~dlnng g ng g 11:45--12"45 . SOUTHFRN BARBECUE DINNERD RN RN " i : ~ ~ -...~ ~ Company.. of Cres.tview .was 12:45 - 1:45 BARBARA HOD E A D FROM N SHVILLE I it- awarueo [ne reroonng PPOleC[, I , .on a low bid of $680. The 1"45- 3"00 MEETINGS TO CONTINUE I ! motion was made by Councilman " ' Str]cklann an(], seconded by 1 I Councilman Sanders that low ALL PROGRAMS RUNNING CONCURRENTLY ] I I bids be accepted. I all wiring project were Thomas J. " ns S | I Jones of Laurel Hill $576.50; ~ Soybea ................. . +o..,, ~,~,~,. ~o...o,.ok ,,x,, I I" I /+/ I '7 I case V.lectric company of I Room No. 2 Preemeroence Control of Weeds and Orasses In Torn Cleveland I I I / / A / . , I Crestview $640.00; Milligan I ......... - ........ ,-,, .... | I 1 ' / rlorala. Alabama I Electric Company of Crestview ~ .,.a~Jyu~, .............................................. .:t,,~ r~.~J | I I - ~ " / $865.00; Cecil Tunnage $900.00: | Room No. 3 Peanut Promotion ............... Dallas Hartzog I I and James ueoves of Laure I ....................................................... ~ I I I ' , Hi1151,250.00. ~ EXTENSION PEANUT SPECIALIST, AUBURH UNIVERSITY I I Barnes, the only bidder pre- 4 r " I OPP THEATRES .............. I Room No. 4 Co n Production ................................... Mick Tucker I I / seB[, tOl(] counclltnatneulongut~ ............. ,w,,~..,x ' ~"*'~" I I I [ DrDIXi~:T:h~ter:* I ~!~ii~'the~i]0iu ug. ~ I :::mmN::. ;oO;abg/;rPdd~::~n EXTEHSlOH SOYBEAN' "$PE::fLI:T~~':~I~aO~RI~~iV~~~!i~' I 1'| 1 Downtown Opp I Opp and Elba I ,xuu,,, ,'~u. u .................... ...j+.._. .. rxaymoncl i ayior I ]~ 1 THR I " i RIHG ARO UHD PRODUC TS, IHC. ,,, u;. ?R/rT+UE. S T.. VA ANNOUNCES Room No. 7 Max-I-Mal Soybean Production ........... R.,.N? U.H..D ;?;bU T nloi n ! l 1 -:.... . ............. D IFOR LL';HE' ==ILY! EXPENDITURES FOR I 1 IWINNER 0f10 li "TCL ....... ............ / i ="" - OUTDOOR EXHIBITS INDOOR EXHIBITS I I 601 wrta IR~_~ ~ " The Veterans Administration GEHEVA GRAINGRAIN CO.CO. DUPOHT fS b + ,,.;_+;..;-.,,,,=, co. uo,. 0..,.) ;;.".%' I+ nllfflrTI IIIIIT~ [I_ ~5"'~.~ J~ m/~m.,,,~ ltures for fiscal year197~ [o[al- . .... ~, .............."~'ohn ~ee-e~ ...................." .... ==L~nt.U rmar~n ,~ / -I-I~F. Mllmll r~ I - ~i'~-~"~: -~'~--'~'II led 336655142 in Alabama =,~.ma=,~ IMrI..gMGINI t,..IJ. ~J k* r /Kllql# AKtJUIqIJ r'KUIJUI..I:), IIM.. OIM~. AOrtllMh DDd'~r~ll#'r RA~I= ] 1 _ ,| PLUS of which $2,348,091 was for COTTON FORD TRACTOR CO (F ) ALAB,tMA CATTLEMEN S ASSOCIATION ~""'+ ~-~,'e~ .ee,~ ,-,~odl Covin on Count Knuu IA ~,~1~ z=~ ~ ~ t,,~+,/~-, 1 , ll . - ". Wiley H. Parkman, of the .... ~ Montgomery VA Regional Ok- T E o, . o .... H BANK O. .LO,...L.. I+ , ~-,u.. I t ;J rSi.i~J rice said that the bulk of the ............ I ..., ,i moneywas$Z44,ZP0,$53indis- SPONSORED RV , ~ ~ ~]:-. I! I'r~l 1':il !' [q I I I I I ability compensation and .......... / 1 m'#.l' ~ ,~ -~=+- pension payments forAlabama 1~i / ..... ............. ........... __ ,,,=,,., ,0, I )I i iJ q I .o.s .T ,.oo _... P ffiiii co., on co.ty veterans. 1 MATINEE SAT & SUN ~ " Other VA expenditures in if---1 1 [] Mi .. o II ~ 1 mIk 1 " AT 2;00 Open at 6:00 St~t ~:30 Covington County for fiscal 75, i ! Tuesday ,s" Parkman said, were for GI BiU ....... .~i 1 Tiketoffice opm and other VA education pro- FL(I tRALA A t IIffi | . ll~l ~ ~lll w n r tll II 'Bar ai "'i ht" ""' " ~n grams, $920,150, and insurance J g n Pl g T,,,, o:ov and indemnities, $109,123, i ll i