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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. " SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1972 PAGE 5 Jeanette Coon of Florala, and father,. W. L. Edwards of Flo- D-6 WESTERN rala. Funeral services were held SHOP CELEBRATES • Wednesday afternoon at 2 FIRST ANNIVERSARY o'clock from Evans Funeral Home Chapel with burial in the The D-6 Western Shop has an of Shreveport, La.; Col. Ernest Lowery Cemetery nearKinston. CLAIMS Turner (retired) of Wichitam, Ewam Funeral Ha.me directed, advertisement this week in this issue of specials celebrating T.C. ~ART Kansas; C. P. Chance, Mr. and V'~ ,~ their first anniversary. The Mrs. Wilbut Clary of Mobile; shop is open,on weekdays from Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Hart of 3:30 until 6 o clock in theafler- neighbors in the Andalusia. noon, and from 8 a.m, until 6 Community were Mrs. Hart was a sister to p.m. on Saturday. On Sunday passing of Mrs. Mrs. C. M. Chance. Mrs. H.G. afternoon, they are open from 1 't of Opp last Clary and Mrs. E. L. Murray until 5 o'clock. The shop is own- William Ben- ' of Route One, Florala. " ed and operated by Ronnie and helped to pioneer Carol Davis. reek Community and l ROBERT EDWARDS The D-6 Western Shop sells was an ardent sup- DIED UNEXPECTLY all kinds of western style cloth- Ill religious and civic ing, shoes, belts and have re- in that community, IN FLORALA HOSPITAL, cently added a dressy line of e made her home in western styles. They are proud Mr. Robert A. Edwards, age 34, a resident of Route One. as she was kno.wnFlorala for the past four months. and loved ones, died in a Florala hospital, Man- relatives and friends day night, February 28, 1972. her passing. The He was a former resident of among those from Mobile and a veteran of the US attending the fun- Army. Ices at the Rather Cha- Survivors are four daughters, INMATE REFORM CONTINUED FROM FRONT as low ~s 15%. In addition, the cost of maintaining an in- mate has been reduced from $1600.00 per year to as low as $150.00 per year, and we have every reason to believe the tax payers in Alabama should benefit in the same manner. "The lives of almost all pri- soners are wasted behind bars," Wayne Booker, Director of the program, said. "He is pushed aside, hidden from view by so- ciety and then forgotten. But now, we're trying to changethis picture in Alabama by giving at least some of these men a decent change to make it in what they call the 'free world' ". of the lines including Tony La- ma, Justin and Wrangler, Big The red-hairednativeofMon- roe County added that he wants Horn saddle and supplies and NAVY CHIEF PETTY OFFICER CECIL JOWERS, son of Mrs. to someday involve at least have recently added Farnana W. F. Jowers of Route 3, Opp, Alabama, was presented a $100 90 per cent of the state's 4,000 horse supplies. They have Beneficial Suggestion Award by the Commander of the Naval prisoners in the work-release doubled the inventory since be- Air Force Atlantic Fleet during ceremonies at the Naval Air program, "Because 90 per cent ginning a year ago and also Station, Norfolk, Virginia. of your prisoners can be re- sell registered quarter horses. Chief Jowers, a Technical Assistant to the Naval Air Force, habilitated if someone would RESOLUTION Covington Chapter #441 Florala, Alabama 36442 Mr. Zola Morgan Born: July 17, 1898 Died: Jan. 17,1972 Help us, O Lord to find rest and comfort in Thee Give us the quietness, confidence, and strength and cometh to all those who wait on Thee. In this time of tribulation Thou hast provided a haven of rest for all weary ones. May we ever remember that "there re- maineth a rest to the peoples of God". Whereas: Brother Zola Mor- gan was a faithful member of Covington Chapter ~441, Order of the Eastern Slat'. Until the past few years when health would not permit, Bro- ther Morgan was active in the order and bald many offices, one being that of Past Patron. He always served hls fellow ,~: Dr. Mellanie Ben- Sally Edwards, Brenda Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Davis arecele- suggested money saving new operational procedures for the cam- take the time to do it and if man with diginty and respect Alabama, Mr. and wards Sandra Edwards andKa- NOLLOWAY brating the anniversary PC- puters at his command, the right programs are avail- Jones, Mrs T Dran Edwards all of Florala; casion with a big barbecue and -, , , . rs. W. Talbert, Mrsl three brother's Reverend Bill RUSSELL HOLLOWAY sale. The barbecue will be serv- - your report over the phone by able.' andin Whereas:his life theHeteachmgeXemplifiedof the K)rn, Mrs Mary Lee Edwards of Paxton, Elbert Ed- ed from 11 a.m. until all food CHORAL ,~JOW dialing operator and asking for "The usual proceding in All- order which are Truth. Love, of Crestv'iew, Flor- wards of Auburndale, Florida, RECEIVES NAVY has been served. They are ex- WX-6300 in Andalusia. It bama for an inmate released Fidelity and Faith Florence BrakerCharlie Ray Edwards of Pace; COMMISSION pecting anywherefromS00visi- The Andalusia High School is tollfree, from prison is for the state - .k Springs Florida; six sisters Mrs. BobbieCooke, tars to 750 for the occasion. Choral Department will present lrs. J. K 'Jarvis of of Montgomery Mrs. BettyLit- Navy EnslgnRussellHolloway They had more than 250 guests their second annual VarietyEn- INCOME TAX to give him $10 and bus fare Therefore Be it Resolved: That on Beachl Mr. and tie of Cullman,'Ala., Mrs. Hax- of 612 Baldwin Ave. East, De- for their opening barbecue when tertainment Program onThurs- CONTINUED FROM FRONT back to his home county, " Book- The charter of Covington Hart of Gainsville, el Campbell of Albany, Gear- Funiak Springs, Florida, was they first opened for business, day, March 9, in the High School amount is withheld from their er said. Chapter #441. Order of the " ro ~h h s ro ram Eastern Star be draped in C. p. Watkins and gia Mrs. Judy Spear of High commissioned in his present Read their advertisement and auditiorium at 7:30 p.m. pay. But th uv t I p g , . v his memory tot thirty days can, of Hooks Texas Springs, Florida, Mrs. Lillie rank upon graduation from Na- visit their store and enjoy bar- This will be a fill program of Under the new withholding a man can hopefully lea e the " . .. :kins and son Paul Thomas of Milton Florida, Mrs. val Officer Candidate School at becue Saturday, March 4. pop music and comedy routines, tables certain taxpayers may work-release center at the end Many of the hit songs of today also claim a "special withhold- of his ~)rison term and con- That we sincerely, deeply and tinup ~t- v i " most affectionately svmpa- - • ....................' .......... - Newport, Rhode Island. will be performed by the Char- ing allowance" which may be ........ a stead~ ,oh, he add- . ..... . . . A 1966 graduate of TivoliHigh AIRMAN SMITH al Department groups, includ- compared to another exemption. "~ tmze with his mlmedlate re- rida, he is also a 1970 graduate GRADUATES FROM ing the "Theme from Love Sto- It can only be claimed for with- In support of Booker's cam- that we have all sustained ry," "For All WeKnew,""Let holding purposes--not on income ments, Commissioner Sullivan of TalladegaCollege, Talladega, TECHNICAL SCHOOL Me Be The One," "An Answer tax returns, said, "We are dehghted at the. That a copy (f) tt, s resolu- Alabama. For'- Our Time," and many Any single person or mar- opportunity to proceed mtion be sentto the mmmdlate Airman John S. Smith, son of others, ried person whose wife or bus- developing this progr.am. Much family, and a copy t)e spread Mr. and Mrs. Harmon F. Gat- There will be several come- band does not work is entitl- credit ~s aue. the xars~ghteu co- on the mmutes ofthlscl~apter, CITY SCHOOL GYM lin of Laurel Hill, Florida, has dy skits, sight gags, and take- ed to claim the allowance. How- operatmn given by the last spa- and'a c()pv sent to The Flo- UP TO S0 FT.CLEAR SPAN CONTINED FROM FRONT graduated at Lowry AFB, Colo., offs on more serious themes, ever, it may not be claimed cial session of the legislature rala News for pubhcatmn from the U. S. Air Force supply The group that will be par- by a person who works at two bY tal outlay purposes such as re- inventory specialist coursecon- ticipating in this program are jobs concurrently. Single per- in passing a law authorizing modeling, renovating and/or ducted by the Air Training Com- the Concert Choir, Mixed Char- sons with incomes under $25,000 work-release. Even without Respectfully SubmHted Hodg68Lumba[ II]{ new construction, mand. us, Girls Chorus, Andy Sing-and married taxpayers with in-additional funds we can get the " The primary purpose of the The airman, trained toinven- ers, Andairs, and the Medlo- comes under $31,000 should program started by using re- sources already available to us gym facilities would be to ira- tory supplies hy use of dettes, claim the allowance if theyqua ...... ' Martha Sue Hattawav such as the utlnzatmn o~ some .~ .....- " | I~ plement the physical fitness in- electronic data processing ma- Mr. Benny Rice isthegroup's lify. un]cK nutcmnson of the present personnel." Sul- Helen Rol)bins structional program as requir- chines, is being assigned to Eg- teacher. Allowances m a y al s o be livan concluded. 3-2- Road DeFunlak Springs ed by Alabama State Law The lin AFB, Florida, for duty with Alabama Course of Study guide a unit of the Air Force Systems SOCIAL SECURITY claimed by taxpayers who have ltc large itemized deductions. The , ~H-894-8751 outlines an adequate physical Command which manages re- theAprildeadlinel5th forts morefilingthanyourJUSt Form W-4 contains a table that --, YI.raIa Nt, educational program of in- search and development of USAF in-will show-the nunlber of extra ~h~, struction in the following man- aerospace systems, come tax returns. If you re- allowances that may be claim- ner: Airman Smith is a 1970 gra- TIME & MONEY WITH TRUSSES Since physical education con- duate of Baker(Fla.)HighSchool calved a Social Security check ed for large itemized deduc-SOUifl FIFTH STREET - FLORALA, ALABAMA 36442 in 1971, earned over $1680, and tions. These extra allowances-- tributes to the total growth, and attended Okaloosa Walton were under age 72 in any month, like the special withholding al- LUCILE McRAE .......... PUBLISHER - EDITOR ON ANY TYPE BUILDING development, and adjustment of Junior College, Niceville, Flor- it's your Social Security Annual lowance--may be claimed only all children, it is an essential ida, Report deadline too. for withholding purposes, not LARRY WOODHAM- ........ ASSOCIATE EDITOR Home, Farm Or Business part of the elementary school curriculum. The program Vernon k. Kilpatrick, Mana- on income tax returns.MERLE WOODHAM ......... ASSOCIATE EDITOR EXPERTLY ENGINEERED should cant, in: I) Appraisal of FIRST ASSEMBLY ger of the Andalusia Social Se- The amount of tax withheld curtly Office said many folks in 1972 will decrease for an A.T. McRAE ...................ASSISTANT fitness, 2) basic movement, 3) OF GOD TO HOLD will receive an annual report estimated 47 million taxpayers ,. TO Your Requirements conditioning exercises, 4) games, contests, and 'relays, RUMMAGE SALE card in the mail. However, if they claim all exemptions Second Class Post~e Paid at Florala, Alabama 36442 if you are required to file one, and extra allowances to which 4) playground apparatus stunts, it's your responsibility to file they are entitled. Those tax- - SUBSCRIPTION RATES- Phone or Write for Ou atkm 6) recreation games, 7) rhyth- The WMC's of the First As- mic activities, 8)lead-upgames sembly of God Church of Flor- it even though you do not re- payers who do not will receive Covington CountTp Alabama ................. $4.20 calve a card. refunds when they file their E~sewhere in Alabama .................... $5,25 on Your Requirements for sports, and 9) track and ala will have a rummage sale Your Social Security Office income tax returns in 1973. Other States. ........................ $6.00 field activities. Some schools this Saturday, March 4. " w"I' help you file your annual Forms W-4 may be obtained may go beyond these and offer The sale will take place next - E:STABLISNED 1900. instruction in 10)acquatics 11) door to the church at 1721 report and they have a supply either from employers or In- on hand. You can complete ternal Revenue Service offices .PUBLISHED WEEKLY OH THURSDAY gymnastics and other activities West Fifth Avenue, from 9 a.m. if adequate staff and facilities until 5 p.m. NS CONSTRUCTION are provided. Aside from State physical education requirements, the HARPER CO practical aspects of such a fact- CONTINUED FROM FRONT • lity would provide: DOTHAN, ALABAMA I) CONVENIENCE - Thetime is now running for Chairman of factor to bus to and from a re- the Board, ran in the run-off moved location would makesuch election. He was defeated by TIRED OF RENTING? facilities impractical when Graves byasmallmargin. forced to operate on a closed schedule. .~:)A~S TOO CAN HAVE A NEW BRICK z) PROTECTION AGAINST INCLEMENT WEATHER - TheCONTINUED FROM FRONT WITH PAYMENTS AS LOW AS unpredictability of inclement of the Year Award by the Civi- weather makesaconsistentphy- tan Club. He is a Mason and sical education programimpos- a Shriner. sible. Many periods and days Adams, whohas farmingin- I RACK LADLES • of physical education classes terests, helped organize the are reducedtostudyhallacti- Farmer's Co-OpStockMarket 1 RACK CHILDREN vities in the library and audi- and served two years on the MONTH torture. Board of Directors. He is an 3) WELL-ROUNDED PHYSI-honorary member oltheOppand CAL FITNESS PROGRAM - A Kinston FFA Chapters. He is varied physical fitness program also a member of the Coving- FOE' I NFORMATION could be introduced at an early ton County Soil Conservation CAll. COLLECT OR WRITE age and followed up through a Committee. number of methods and techni- He served 2 years as Chair- ques. Only a minimum nu~nber man of the Wiregrass Resource KINS CONSTRUCTION o, students are able to meet Conservation and Development normal requirements on the Projects of Covington, Coffee, CO Physical Fitness Program re- Crenshaw, Geneva, Houston, • commended by the President'.s Dale, Pike, Henry, and Barbour Council on Health and Educa- Counties. During these two BOX 964 DOTHAN, ALA. 36301 tion. years, he headed improvements 4) INTRAMURAL ACTIVI-in recreation at Lake Jackson, 792 8523 792 4926 .~_ Sports and activities GanttLake, andtheOppRecre- =' or ,,, among students in the same alton Park. school and between schools He is presently serving as a would be possible, member of the Craft Commit- 5) INDOOR SPORTS - A gym tee for the Department of Heavy is. ~ "~1 would make possible the intro- Equipment Repair at MacArthur duction of a variety of indoor Technical Institute. | sports not possible to use on Adams states that he isrunn- • ut: an open field such as volley- ing on his record of dedicat- 66 Where Fashton t unttS'l ball, archery, weightlifting, ed and impartial service to the t' I table tennis, tumbling, rope peopleofCovingtonCountyfor skills, trampoline, and gym- the past 7 years and assures Re;-ns" )air W I I nastics. w yoU] • them, if elected, he will con- ,e reP~, q HIGHWAY 331 SOUTH I ROUND RECREATIONAL PRO- loCP~l | 6) POTENTIAL Y EAR-- tinue to dO so. .tu.g,"'lvt PAXTOH, FLA. I| GRAM - Many uses could be ' ' " L I" made of these facilities after ! ~: | Ii :o:,:::![ a i c,ooi ,oo s oar,n, t,. I,,,,, I' ' 0 INE OF AUTOMOTIVE summer months. 7) COMMODIUS COMMUNITY FACILITIES - The spacious- ~_~ ~ ~-~~ ~axUto~T'' AND USED TIRES, TUBESAND I ness of the facility would lenditself to community acitivties ~ (BOBB,E [ I my...L I~ATTERIES I of varied types. [ N~ ~,~.[:;nSAiS|,..|'r'Y KNIT SHIRTS • F~Orq BELTS-RADIATOR HOSES-PLUGS I LH HEART FUND (/~ERCURY) Ill: I AND POINTS I DRIVE NETS SHOES • $318.80 I N AREA ": w I : |XP[RT hUT0 REPAIR I wideTheLaurelHillc°mmtmitY'Heart (VA'SARETTE) xt Fund drive last Sun- [ 1 " All Parts And ~, afternoon netted $318.80, BRAS • according to a report by Mrs. Irene Graver, overall chairman. :o.,yl tabor Guara.ieed I thanks for the cooperation she 1rile II Ii i iI~ Mrs. Graver extended her ~ba~nS'J I~A ] ,ox, ~] D SERVICE 24 HOURS A DAY I received from workers and Brot~'l Iih°se wh° c°ntributed" on aleph0] PHONE 4-8828 or 4-8130 S,ON Chinese restaurant: EAST FIFTH AVENUE "The Chow's the Mein Thing." v Catholic Digest--February.