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DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. RE-ELECT FOR and with their problems when L requested. KNOW your Sheriff has worlmd with the yout~ of our county and has their cooperation and confidence. KNOW you have a Sheriff's Department that has worked night and day to solve the crimes In our county. KNOW that a higher than National average of crimes have been solved in our county. KNOW that many thousands of dollars worth of property has been returned to the rightful owner. JL. KNOW that the Sheriff's Department is on call 24 hours each day. nt her KNOW that your Sheriff is familiar with all rece Hlg __ Court rulings concerning search and seizure, gathering of : ... MISS LEE evidence and arrest. RE~ELECTKNOWreposedthatinyOur~himR.Sheriffas(pap)yourgUardsGANTTSherIff.mostandzealouslyKNOw youyur conflclencewin continue MiSS Cothy Lee To Wed Amn to have competent, courteous, and experienced law en- ,orcament,oryouroounty. Joseph Allan Chambers VOTE FOR PD. POL. ADV. BY P. R. (PAP) GANTT, ANDALUSIA, ALA. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Obie D. announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Cathy Katrinia, to Joseph Allen Chambers, son of Mr. Mary Lois Chambers and Mr. Glen F. Chambers of Fin- rail The bride-elect is a student at Florala High School. She is the ~hter of Mrs. Mae Lee of Florala and the late Mr. Lee, and the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Morris of Samson. The groom to be is a 1969 graduate of Florala High School and is presently serving in the Air Force, staUoned at pard A. F. B., Texas. He is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Chambers and Mr. Cur- tis Cox and the late Mrs. Eva Cax, all of Florala. DRINKING, DRUGS AND DRIVING: The wedding will take place at Smyrna Baptist Church on the evening of May 23, at 7.-00 P.M. A recepUou will foltow. No local invitaUons arebeing sent but friends and relatives of both families are invited. Mrs. Rhodes To Head Women's Clubs In Enterprise Mrs. Roy Rhodes Jr. of En- terprise, will head the Sixth District, AlabamaF ede r ated Woman's Clubs, for the coming two years. She was installed district director by state pres.. ~ont, Mrs. Den w~te, Jr. at the recent meeting in Eufanla. Other officers are Mrs. (3. W. Halstead of Headland, first as- sistant director; Mrs. John Klmmey of Elba, second assis- tant director; Mrs. Herbert Ban" of Enterprise, secretary; and Mrs. W. T. Henson of Ge- neva, treasurer. Officers were installed fol- lowing a luncheon progTam at Eufaula~s Holiday L,m. Mrs. Carl Stre~ of Eufaula presented the program. She told about the city's Heritage Homes. Mrs. w. T. Wilkes of Troy, outgoing district director, pre- sided during the business ses- siou preoeedlng the luncheon. Mrs. Bob Godwin of Brundidge gave the nominating commit- ~se's report. Mrs. Joe Benton of Opp was n" ,l~ OU~ ehlbwoman ~., ~-, district and will repre- se~, '~ district for the title of out-anding clubwoman for the state. Four Enterprise clubs, the 20th C~n~ry amut~qu~ Sesa- me, Quest and Enterprise Study Club, received special recng- nitton at the meetl~ and were given certificates of merit. Mrs. Roy Rhodes, Jr., Is the daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Mer- ton Reeves. ATTEND MARRIAGE bid you know that amphetamines can caUi you to take chances behind the wheel that Would scare you green under normal enditions? Or that overuse of tranquilizers can cloud YOUr driving judgment, and slow your reflexes? N~Ethat, if you EVER take LSD, you should VER drive? (3r that even a small dose of a drug, coupled ~ith a small amount of liquor, CAN IN- ENSIFY THE EFFECTS OF BOTH-- and Combine to make the driver a bad risk to everyone on the road, including himself?. These are among the facts in the booklet, "Drink- ing, Drugs, and Driving," which will be distributed to students in our High School, as part of a continu- ing effort to make our young people wiser and safer drivers. Prepared in consultation with a world-renowned authority, this booklet points out that a frighten- ingly high percentage of car accident deaths are caused by drinking drivers--and that when drugs are added, the perils become explosive. Complimentary copies may be obtained from our office. We are pleased to serve as community sponsor for this project. Florela guests attending the marriage of Mrs. Rexanna Yates to Mr. Gerald Holley,: April 19, at the First Bap- Ust Church in (]~oley and the reception followins at the bride's home, E1 Rancho, were: Dr. and Mrs. W. E. HoIley, Dr. and Mrs. Wl]lfllm E. Hol- ley, Jr., Victor and Crystal of the wedding party and Mr. and Mrs. Claude L. Etla.d, Mr. and Mrs. Vester Gamble, Mrs. J. J. Zorn, Mrs. Thurmoa Ro- bertson, Sr., and Mrs. J. F. Honey. My Neighbors "How can they keep that up all day?" 5a 11c TkoraA son li ves ed, I ,Adv, b.vT. ael|e$. "l'qomet;sor , ~-~,-~,"~-,.~ ..~.~.; .- , i; , ,CT "" i ' ' " , (TRACTOR) I,l,! : To House Of Representatives IP DISTRICT 40- PLACE //2 IM best Represe.tehve yo. Imve ever bed. , I _ PID POL. ADV. BY SAXON (TRACTOR) WISE, ANDALUSIA, ALA. I There is no guarantee of justice except the character of the judge. We, the undersigned attorneys in Covington County, endorse Howell Heflin in his candidacy for Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. JUDGE MURLAND SMITH BILL BALDWIN JAMES PRESTWOOD MARVIN ALBRITTON GRIFFIN SIKES DONALD COLQUETT BILLY MELTON ALLEN COOK RAY MURPHY SYD FULLER HIRAM BROGDEN CLYDE LOVE BOB ALBRITTON HAROLD ALBRITTON AB POWELL III ALLEN EDWARD COOK BILL ALBRITTON JUDGE BOWEN SIMMONS FRANK TIPLER ABNER POWELL LEWIS CHESSER Pd. Pol. Adv. by the above Friends of Howell T. Heflin. ,~.._ I I I