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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1976 ca COVINGTON 3N Sincerely appreciate Lad influence in s~eek- of Member of the Covington County {~ly offer my record of as commissioner in terms and hope e good enough to merit and support of Voters. T. IVEY POWELL bl. Adv. by T. Ivey 8, Andalusia, Ala- IER, COVINGTON Lnd supportis ear- in my candi- ofthe Board ~County Commission and reared in Coy- veteran of World the Korean conflict. igh school education employed by Ala- of Conserva- atural Resources for nSider all issues with earnestly so- r vote and support. WALTER L. HARRELL dr. by Walter L. One, Florala, BER BOARD OF announce my can- member, Board of Covington .ct 3, subject to Primaries of 25. me with elec- office, I will stress the entire District as a whole. I responsibi- trust attached position. and influence will and re - tices to the Democratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. MURLAND SMITH Pd. Pol. Adv. by Murland Smith, FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION PLACE #I I am announcing my candidacy for re-election to the Board of County Commissioners, Place One, subject to the Primaries May 4 and May 25. I am ask- ing for your vote based on my past record and will appreciate your support. I ask you to check my past record and if elected I will assure you of the same conscientious service. JERRY ADAMS (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jerry Ad- ams, Opp, Alabama). l I FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4 I hereby announce my candi- dacy for member of Covington County Commission, District 4, subject to the Democratic Pri- maries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated. BILLY HUGHES (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Billy Hughes, Gantt. Ala.) FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT l I earnestly solicit your vote and influence in my candidacy for member of the beard of the Covington County Commis- sion, District I (Opp), subject to the Democratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. I will strive to see each of you personally. Any support you can give me will be sin- cerely appreciated. W. W. HARPER (Pd. Pol. Adv. by W.W. Harper, Route 2, Opp, Ale.) PROBATE JUDGE OF COVINGTON COUNTY I hereby announce my dacy for re-election as Probate' Judge of Covington County. During my tenure, the Pro- bate Staff and I have endea- vored to serve you with friend- COVINGTON liness, courtesy and efficiency. May we continue that re- lationship. FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I have qualified and am an- nouncing my candidacy for Chairman of the Board, Cov- ington County Commissioners, subject to the Democratic Pri- maries of May 4 and May 25. l am a veteran of World War II and a native Covington Coun- tian, married and the father of three sons. I will be most appreciative of your vote and support during this upcoming campaign for Chairman of the Board. If elected, I assure you I wiH endeavor to make you a good Commission Chairman. RAY JACKSON (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Ray Jack- son, Route 2, Opp, Alabama). FOR CLERK COVINGTON CIRCUIT COURT In qualifying for re-election to Clerk, Covington Circuit Court, permit me to voice my appreciation for the opportuni- ties that I have had to serve you. It has been my goal to fulfill the duties of this of- rice with integrity, energy, and fair treatment for all. My ex- perience should certainly war- rant my campaign pledge that, if you favor me with re-elec- lion, I will continuepolicies that I have found workable and ef- fective in the past. My race is subject to the Democratic primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. RAY BOZEMAN (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Ray Boze- man, Andalusia, Alabama). Lockhart Town MARAMAN Council Minutes The second monthly meeting of the Lockhart Town Council was held at the Lockhart Town Hall un Monday evening, March 15, 1976 at 6:00 p.m. Present: Mayor Tlmmerman; Council members: C. G. Rey- nolds, Eugene Barge, Glen Manning, George Lancaster, Ed' Ward; Assistant Town Clerk: Belinda Goolsby; Chief of Po- lice: Holland Manning. Visi- tors: Avenaugh Hutcheson, Chester Hattaway, John Cools- by, Mrs. Bessie Henderson. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mayor Frank Tim- merman. The minutes of the March" 1 meeting were read to those present. With no cor- rections the minutes stood ap- proved by all with a motion made by Councilman Ward, se- conded by Councilman Barge. A copy of all of the bills due for the month of February were presented to all coun- cilmembers. The payment of the bills were reviewed and approv- ed for payment by members of the Council. First on agenda was the police situation in Lockhart. Council members referred to com- plaints made by local citizens concerning the availability to call the Chief of Police. After much discussion council mem- bers decided to table the mat- ter until the next council meet- ing until further discussion could be made. First on the agenda was a discussion by Mayor Timmer- man concerning complaints made hy citizens of Lockhart about the existing police situa- tion. Although various corn- is heading the 1976 Leukemia Society Campaign in Florala, contacted the Town of Lock- hart by letter in regards to a contribution to the Leukemia Drive. By law, the Mayor re- ported the Town of Lockhart is unable to make the donation, but urged each one individually to contribute. 4) It was dis- cussed that materials were needed to build a shed to store Town equipment such as the bush-hog, slip-pan, etc., pro- tecting it from the weather. This was tabled to be discuss- ed at a later date. There being no further bus- iness to come before the Coun- cil, a motion was made to ad- journ by Councilman Manning, seconded by Councilman Barge. All approved. The next council meeting will be held at 6:00 p.m. April 5, 1976. JACKSON Cont. From Front daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hedge of Florala; Allen attend- ed Troy State University and is married to the former Debbie Davis of Route One, Laurel Hill, and Mike is a student at Blue Springs School. Jackson states that his am- bition is to serve to the satis- faction of the big majority of the voters. The fact that he was bern and reared in Covington County and knows the needs of its people will enhance his ability to sei-ve. Jackson was a member of the armed forces during World War II, having served twoyears, one oversears. Mr. and Mrs. Jackson are members of the Blue Springs Baptist Church. Staff Sergeant plaints have been made, com- plaints usually fell into one Mal F. Braun category, i.e., no policeman available when needed. Coun- nilman Reynolds made a mo- tion that the present Chief of Police be relieved of h/s du- ties. This motion was not se- conded and therefore no action was taken. After a lenghty dis- cession, councilmembers tab- led this matter until further discussions could be held. The Mayor stated that a mo- tion had been made and car- tied that qualifying fees be charged to candidates for mayor and council members in the February 2, 1976 council meet- ing. -- An ordinance to that effect has been prepared and approved. Other items of business pre- sented to the Council by the Mayor' included: 1) The ErA Sewage Fund - Step 1 was enttrely completed last week. All funds have been received. Complete payment was made with Leckhart's cost being I~750.00 out of a total cost of ~p14,000.00. Z) Word was re- ceived by mail Monday, March 15 that the pre-application for Recognized Staff Sergeant Mal F. Braun, • son of Mrs. Ethel Braun of 6 Poplar Street, Florala, Ala- bama has been recognized for helping his unit earn top civil engineering squadron honors.• during recent U.S. Air Forces in Europe (USAFE) competition. The sergeant is a plumbing specialist with the 52rid Civil Engineering Squadron, a part of USAFE's 52nd Tactical Figh- ter Wing, at Spangdahlem, AFB, Germany. The squadron was cited for exceptional mission support and will now compete with other Air Force major air command nominees for the Robert H. Cur- tin Award, presented annually by the Society of American Mil- itary Engineers. Sergeant Braun is a 1964 gra- duate of Florala High School. His wife, Janice, is the daugh- ter of Cecil Tunnage of Laurel the Town's grant in the amount Hill, Florida. Wood, Roberts & Vollmer, a firm of lawyers knowledgeable in the public school laws of the State of Alabama by virtue of their legal representation of the Mobile County Public School System, the largest public school system in the State of Alabama, for over fifty years, regarding the law of Alabama as it relates to these matters, to provide such information as to the legal aspects of the study and to advise the Florala City School Board in these matters. That the president of the Florala City School be autho- rized to contact the Covington County School Board on behalf of the Florala City School Board of Education at what ever time in the course of the study is appropriate, to arrange for a meeting of the respective Boards to consider metal pro- blems and opportunity associa- ted with this action. That the President of the Flo- rala City School Board of Edu- cation is hereby authorized and directed to immediately employ for the Florala City Board of Education, and at the e-,.pense of the Florala City Board of Edu- cation the accounting firm of Cox and Falk, Certified Pub- lic Accountants of Geneva, Alabama, to determine the cur- rent liabilities of the Florala High School, the current and projected operating expenses, and to conduct a financial study into what additional revenues the Florala City Board of Edu- cation would receive if action is taken to operate the Florala High School, and toprovideoth- er such information as may be necessary for this stud),. March Of Dimes News year's chairman, Mrs. Lillie Mae Thompson of The Yellow Rose Club and telephone chair- man, Mrs. Pauline Green. The Yellow Rose Club was recog- nized, also. Florala topped all other areas in Covington County with a grand total of $631.23. This was accomplished through a door to door campaign, a Sa- turday road block by Yellow Rose members and of course the fine help of Mrs. Green, who is always so gracious in telephoning these she feels will give generously. The club was fortunate this year to have young Yellow Rose members to join the March of Dimes drive this year, four of which received 2-year awards. They were Sheteria Wilson, Sheila Parker, Cathy Parker and Barbara Wilklns. Other youth workers included LaFaye Maltbews, Dale Parker, Mary Alice Adorn, Syrenthia Brooks, Serrena Orndoiff, Jeanetta Wade. The chairman and club mem- bers express their deep appre- ciation to these individuals, businesses, churches, schools and clubs for their generous contributions which will aid in the prevention of birth defects among children. A memorial service was held for two deceased Covington County workers, Miss Lillian Dockett of Andalusia and Mrs. Essie Hilson of River Falls, Alabama. The service was presided over by Mrs. Mary Bass, March of Dimes co- chairman. Through the cooperative ef- forts of many, many faithful workers - just maybe birthde- fects won't be forever - be- cause you did help! DEATH CLAIMS EDDIE T. FRAZIER rain; one sister, Mrs. Kathe- rine Joiner of Wauchula, Flo- rida; three grandchildren, Cha- of California. Funeral services were held at 10 A.M. Monday from the Cluster Springs Baptist Church with the Reverends William Ap- lie and J. L. Harris officiating. Burial was in the Cluster Springs Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! The family of R. L. Scrog- gins want to take this means of wish/ng their son and bro- ther, bonnie Scroggins, who is in California, a very happy bir- thday! ! 3-25-1tp IN LOVING MEMORY OF CHARLIE SUMMERLIN Our hearts are saddened by the passing of one of our dear loved ones. His gentle face and patient smile will never fade for all of us who have known and loved him for many years. One of my many blessings was to have known Charlie for nearly fifty years and to have been loved by him and his fa- mily and being a part of that family; we know no-one can ever fill his place. It is my prayer that all of us who knew and loved him, may find through faith, the kind of understanding strength and peace that shall keep sacred each tender memory we hold. Nell Grimes Jordan, West Palm Beach, Florida 3-25-Itp CARD OF THANKS The 1976 March of Dimes campaign climaxed on Thurs- day, March 12, at Bethel AME Church annex in Andalusia, Ala- bama. The address was given by Mrs. Thelma Thomas of Anda- lusia. Certificates and March of Dimes pens were presented to those having worked three or more years. Among those from Florala receiving honors were this AT AGE 64 Eddie Theodore Frazier, age 64, a resident of Route Two, Florala in the Jackson Still Community, passed away at his residence Saturday, March 20, 1976. He was a life long re- sident of this area and was en- gaged in farming during his ac- tive years. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Dora Redmon of Route Two, Florala; one brother, Os- car Frazier, Route Two, Fie- 1 would like to take this op- portunity to thank all my friends and relatives for all the prayers, cards and thoughtful- ness during my stay in the Or- shners Hospital in New Or- leans, Lousiana. I shall always love Florala and the people there, l'm back at work now and doing fine: KENNETH WARD 1030 Pino Street Long Beach, Mississippi 3-25-1tp DEAR FRIEND: If those 2 or 3 people belong to the one true church - Christ - we will teach them to leave other peoples business alone. And be about the father bussing. Like Christ did at 12 years old. Luke FOR SALE - 2 bicycles. One FOR SALE: New, used and re- Schwinn orange boys 10-speed cap tires, auto, truck, tractor 24" wheel. 2 years old, has and industrial. WOOD TIRE saddle bags. One Schwinn 20" SERVICE, INC., Opp, Alabama wheel boy's bicycle. Blue with Phone 493-3800. rearview mirror. Call 8-5556. 2-19-tfc 3-Z5-1tp • of $150,000.00 was accepted by I 2:49. For that store opening ! candidacy for LELANDENZO$ HUb. Now it is necessary for on Sunday - it is not against THERE WILL BE A FISH FRY bur Board Of Covington (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Leland En- the Town to file a final appli- Christ's law. Gal. 6:I0. It's at the New Harmony Commu- ', , Subject to the nor, Andalusia, Alabama) cation in order to receive the Been in your attic lately? not against the state, unless nity Center Saturday night, 25 Democra- ,, , , grant. 3) The Town had per- A trip to the attic may lead they let 2 or 3 people run the FOR SALE - 4tens at Kilpat- March 27. Adult plates will , that I willstand CANDIDATE FOR Founder's Day chased last month, with the you to find good books which town. That sale is a big help ricks Rollin' Acres. $1.00 be $1.75 and childrens plates i COuncil's approval, a Bush Hog your Florala Library canuse, to poor people. They do not each. Phone 8-6566. 3 25 ltc will buS1.00. Pre-scheolchild- feel to be in the COUNTY COMMISSION from an Opp dealer f orS400.00, have plenty money and the prea- - - run 1-5, will be fr~e. 3 Z5-1tc : This was the lowest of tt, ree chef is afraid of the people - V. of allofCov- DISTRICT 4 (Red Level)Observance bids. 4) Mr. Coy Jackson of A Resolution spending to much money. And Lockhart Lumber Company he won'tget much.BRO. FOR RENT- reconditioned 3 . what you haveI hereby announce my candi- donated the lumber totheLock- bedroom house. 3 blocks from FOR SALE - Clark Go Kart. 4 again, dacy for member of Covington To Be Held hart Garden Club in theirbeau- WHEREAS, it is considered BROOKS. Call 8-4150.3_25_1tp center of town. $75.00 per months old, excellent condi- , County Commission, District tification project of the trine- desirable and in the best in- TRENT LEWIS4, subject to the Democratic month. Call 4-5298 or 8-6516. tion. 4 H.P. engine. $250.00. , 2P~imaries of May 4 and May gle. The maintenance crew we: terest of the City of Florala to 3-ZS-2tp Call 4-3825. 3-25-1tp ' commended on their job ob improve education at all grade . by Trent Le- The Alpha Omicron Chapter building the fence. 5) Special levels to conduct a study to de- Lbama). Your support and vote will" of All~a Pi Chi Sorority would recognition was made on the termineFlorala Citythe feasibilitYschool Boarder theto REWARDwatch. Lostf°rinretUrnvicinity°fofBUl°VaWal- FOR SALE - girls mahogany:i be truly appreciated, like for you to share with them painting of fire plugs. A flue- assume the operation of the kers. Sentimental value. Call FOR SALE - Choice grain fed high post bed with box springs 'ISSIoNCOVINGTON JERRY COOK ce,theirsunday,F°under'SMarchDay Observan-28, at the rescent paint was used on the High School, now located with- collect 682-6774. KAY WIL-beef. Will weigh from 800 - and inner spring mattress. Also " Nazareth Baptist Church, Opp, tops and caps-by members of in the City of Florala, present- 1000 pounds. 45¢-50¢ per lb. white with blue trim chest of : the volunteer fire department, ly known asFloralaHighSchool, LIAMS. 3-25-1tp on the hoof. Call 4-4896 in drawers.Phone 4-5992 after (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jerry Cook, Alabama at 3:00 o'clock in the The plugs reflect at night, mak- which is now and heretofore has erSUbmitof themYBoardCan- Red Level, Alabama). afternoon. The church pastor ing them easier to find. been operated by the Covington Paxton. 3-25-1tp 5 p.m. 3-25-1tp ~: District 3, Coy- I I I is the Reverend E. M. Lowery. Actions taken by the Council County School Board of Educa- The program will be centered were: 1) An ordinance on lit- tion as a part of the County Alabama. FOR MEMBER COVINGTON around saluting America in it's tering on the W. S. Harlan School System, to provide for Pleasant Grove Assembly of FOR SALE - one 1974 Honda FOR SALE - one 1970 Honda ! School graduate, COUNTY COMMISSION Bicentennial year. The theme In Business Law DISTRICT 4 (Red Level) of the program will be, "Black School grounds requested by Increased academic, athletic, God Church will have a rum- XL 175 motorcycle. Good con- University and America Yesterday, Today and Principal Murry Johnson was cultural and social opportuni- mage sale Saturday, March 27, dillon. $300.00. Call 4-5532 SL 175 motorcycle. Fair con- denied. All council members ties at the Florala High School. 1976 at Clear Springs. Come after 4 p.m. 3 25' ltp dillon. Call 4-5532 after 4 ~depthstudyofthe I, Arnold Davis, hereby an- Tomorrow", with Dr. Henry felt that this disciplinary mat- Management. I I fully quallIle