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RESERVED. USF::ISUBJFICT 'iO LICFI~ISE AGRjEiIENT. REPI~,OUCTION, D~SEMINa~ON, STOR/IGE, DI~TRIBUTIC~N ~ROHIBIT~-,D. Anaalusla, AlLOOClery k.oncluaes Meetings MARTIN THEATRE Thurs., Apr. 23, thru Wed., Apr. 29 "BEST PICTURE OF THE YEAR !" ACADEMY The Delta Kappa Socletycon- cluded its series of meetings for the year at the home econ- omics department of the Anda- lusia High School on April 9, with Mrs. Margaret Shine the out-going president presiding. A most inspirational invocat- ion was given by Mrs. Gerald- ine Booth. The general Delta Kappa Gamma theme for the year was "Values and value positions of the various cultures of the world". Following the theme through the year, the DeRa Kappa Gamma looked at values in European culture with Mrs. Sara Carter. At Christmas, the society enjoyed values at Christmas in the Christian world with Mrs. Gene Brown. In March many facets of Jap- anese culture was presented by Mrs. Llllie Woodham who had lived there for a number of years. Mrs. Grace Ballard was tour director. The April and last look at values was chaired by Mrs. Gladys Nevin. Following the wisdom of the Chinese pro- verb quoted in the yearbook for April, "It is better to do agood deed near home than to travel a thousand miles to burn incen- se'. Mrs. Nevin presented Mrs. A111e Jackson who took Del- ta Kappa Gamma members with her by slides and commentary on a witnessing for Christ sum- mer in Haiti. Mrs. Jackson isa nurse and worked with a health __ _ I II II Ilill I I L I ) I I IIl II I . II Ii qII II SECOND TERM rm PD. POL. ADV. BY RAY BOZEMAN, ANDALUSIA, ALA. -- I I I I II Is II ll Iml ~ i VOTE and ECT FOR THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, PLACE NO. 2, 40th DISTRICT ! promise to work for the following program: 1. MOirE INDUSTRY AND PAYROLL FOR ALL OF SOUTH ALABAMA. 2. A BETTER TEXTBOOK LAW SO THAT ALL OF OUR CHILDRKN WILL HAVE FREE TEXWEJ~ WItlCH ARK UP I~) DATE BY CHANGING THE BOOKS IN W)ME INSTANCES EVERY YEAR AND AT THE MOST, EVERY TWO YEARS. SOME OF OUR TEXTBOOKS HAVE NOT BEEN CHANGED 81NCE MAN'8 FIRST MOON SHOT. 2, TO HAVE THE LATEST METHOI~ AND TEACHING EQUIPMENT, NEEDED SO DESPERATELY, IN- STALLED IN ALL CLASSROOMS IN ALL OF OUR SCHOOLS. 4. A RI~/'FER PROGRAM FOR ALL RETIRED TEACHERS IN ALABAMA. B. A BE'rFER RETIREMENT SYSTEM FOR OUR STATE HIGHWAY EMPLOYEES. 4. THE RESURFACING, WHERE NEEDED, OF ALL MAIN HIGHWAYS IN GENEVA AND COVINGTON COUNTII~8. 7. PROMOTE A BE'/'rER A~ISTANCE PROGRAM FOR THE SENIOR CITIZENS OF ALABAMA. 8.MORE ASSISTANCE FOR OUR SENIOR CITIZEN RESIDING IN NUESIN~ HOMES AND RElY TO BRING OUR NURSING HOMES IN ALABAMA TO A POSrrlON OF "SECOND-TO-NONE." t. TO WORK FOR BETTER SUPPORT FOR OUR FARMERS, CAI'YLEMEN, AND SMALL BUSINESSMEN. 1O. TO WORK TOWARD COMPLETING, DURING MY TERM OF OFFICE, ALL ROADS IN OUR TWO COUNTIES WHICH HAVE BEEN STARTED BUT NOT COMPLETED. "t~ II. ASSISTANCE TO ALL VETERANS IN TEE STATE OF ALABAMA WHO HAVE SEEN COMBAT DUTY. ALL OF THESE THINGS CAN BE ACCOMPLISHED WITHOUT ANY FURTHER TAXATION. These are not Just Promises, hut are Direct Commitments. Jack F. Inabinett Has i~rvul as vl~ pruddent of the CImmI~, of Commerce. I A VOTE FOR JACK F. INABINETT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE, PLACE NO. 2, 40th DISTRICT, WILL ASSURE PROGRESS AND COOPERATION FOR COVINGTON AND GENEVA COUNTIES. PD. POL ADV. BY FLORALA FRIENDS OF JACK Is. INARINETT, P. O. BOX ~164, PI-ORALA, ALA. unit as a member of the mis- sionary team. Following the April program, the new officers for 1970-71 were installed: president - Mrs. Myrtle Wright, let vice-pres- ident - Mrs. Sara Carter, 2nd vice-president - Mrs. Elizabeth Roantree, recording secre- tary - Mrs. Nell Yarbrough, corresponding secretary- Mrs. Geraldine Boo,he. Prior to the program the hos- tesses, Miss Mildred Hart and Mrs. Louise Yeargin, Andalusia High School Home Economics teachers, and the advanced home economics classes enter- tained with a delightful tea. Grace Baptist Church will begin revival services Wednes- day night, April 22, and will continue through Sunday, April 26. The evangelist for the meet- ing will be Rev. Jack L. Davis, pastor of Temple Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama. Rev. Davis was formerly with the Maranatha Baptist Missions prior to accepting his present position as pastor of Temple Baptist Church. During his work with Maranatha he was a mis- sionary speaker at Grace Bap- tist Church and is famlliarwith the work of the church and with Florala. Services will begin at 7:00 P.M. each night. The pastor, . Roy C. Maddox, and the mem- bership of Grace Baptist Church extends a warm invitation to everyone to attend these revival services. MRS. BECKNELL MRS. BECKNELL APPOINTED HOME AGENT GIRLS 4-H LEADER W. H. "Bo" Klnard, County Extension Chairman, announces the appointment of Mrs. Bar- bara W. Becknell, as Exten- sion Home Agent and Girl's Four-H Club leader for Cov- Ington County. Mrs. Beclmell is a native of Montgomery, Alabama and a graduate of the University of Alabama. She received her B. S. Degree in Clothing and Tex- tiles in 1963 and a Master's Degree in General Home Econ- omics in 1969. Mrs. Bockneli assumed her duties in Covington County, April 1, 1970. She was form- erly employed as Adult Educa- tion Instructor, Santa Fe Jun- ior College, Gainesville, Flo- rida. Martin ~i~i,,;,, ~ , ~ , * 16 years experience as a practicing * 8 years experience as a State Re from Covington County WILL GIVE THE PEOPLE OF COVINGTON COUNTY AND OF THIS DISTRICT A STRONG EFFECTIVE VOICE IN THEIR STATE SENATE. Clary Receives Commendation For Heroism Army Private First Class Terry Clary, 20, whose mother, Mrs. Betty P~ Clary, lives in Westlawn Heights, Florala, re- cently received the Army Com- mendation Medal in Vietnam. Pvt. Clary received the award for heroism in action while en- gaged in military operations a- gainst a hostile force in Viet- nam. The private is a cannoneer in Battery B~ 2nd Battalion of the 25th Infantry Division~s 77th Artlll6ry near Cu Cht. Pvt. Clary's father, GRenville E. Clary, lives on Route 1, Laurel Hill. - PERSONALS - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Davis of Hacoda visited in the home of Mrs. J. W. Snipes, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Rhoice Tyner spent part of last week in Tus- caloosa attending the annual convention, Alabama Chapter, National Association of Post.. masters. Postmaster General Winton M. Blount was the fea- tured speaker at a banquet on Thursday night. FLORALA, .ALABAMA FRI. & SAT., APR. 24&25 SEE THE ORIGINAL PSYCHO' UNCUT ! ~7 ALL AGES ADMITTED. PARENTS GUIDANCE SUGGEST ED ALSO PD. FOI,. A~V. I1' FLITaII~R 3~IIF.S, P. ft. IIIIAI~I I!~ i~ gk k UNIVERSAL PICTURE in TECHNICOLOR Youth Speaks Out ALL AGES ADMITTED ~.~PARENTS GUIDANCE SUGGESTED SUN. & NON., APR. 26 & 27 Patty Duke USUALLY WHEN YOUTH OUT IT IS IN REBELLION OR STRATION. WE WOULD SPEAK OUT FOR GOOD MENT. WE ARE CONCERNED PUBLIC OFFICIALS THE OFFICES TO WHICH THEY BEEN ELECTED. WE FEEL MANY OF OUR NATIONAL, AND LOCAL PROBLEMS ARE D OFFICE HOLDERS BEING ELi AGAIN, AGAIN, AND AGAIN TO OFFICE. AFTER SO LONG A THEY BEGIN TO FEEL LIKE "T MY OFFICE . . . WHO AMONG HAS THE AUDACITY TO TRY TO MY POSITION AWAY FROM ME . . . AFTER ALL, rM THE ONLY WITH THE KNOW-HOW TO RUN THIS OFFICE." I II I I FLORALA PHARMACY SERVING FLORALA SINCE 1904 CHOOSE YOUR DRUGGIST AS YOU WOULD YOUR DOCTOR MONDAY thru SATURDAY - Closed Sundays - Hours 8:00 AM T;I 7:00 PM Emergency Dial 8-4475 Corner 5th Ave. & 5th St. . Ill I II DID YOU KNOW THAT IN OUR LIFETIME WE HAVE KNOW~ Only THREE Senators Only TWO Congressmen Only TWO Probate Judges for County What About My Generation? Will They Be Chance To Hold Public Office? EDUCATION SEEMS TO BE A BIG ISSUE IN TODAY'S CAMPAIGNS. WHY SHOULD WE WORRY ABOUT OBTAINING AN CATION IF WE ARE TO BE DENIED THE RIGHT TO ENTER BY THOSE THAT MONOPOLIZE PUBLIC OFFICE TERM. AFTER AFTER TERM. THEREFORE WE ADVOCATE THE ELECTION OF A NEW THE PROBATE JUDGE'S OFFICE. PLEASE JOIN US IN VOTING SUPPORTING For Probate Judge of Covington County (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Vietnam Veteran Friends of Charles S. Newman, Vernell Craig, Chin., 124 Martin Street, Opp, Ala.)