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LLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• I~FJ~t~=I~M~'~NHI~I~B(~(;~II~QN, A.4~T~,,s~9~;~, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 11 OU Moth Return To Colic CLERK CIRCUIT for re-election Circuit me to voice my for the opportuni- had to serve my goal to of this office energy, and fair all. My exper- certainly warrant that, if you re-election, I Policies that I Workable and eft- Past. My race is ic pri- 5 and June 2, RAY BOZEMAN ~l. Adv. by Ray Beze- lS, Andalusia, Ala.) IT CLERK AL CIRCUIT ing my candidacy of Circuit Court County, I earn- vote and su- subject to primaries of 2, 1970. I to give you best of ser- HARVEY L. WILSON Pol Ad ~'1._~ v. By Harvey U. • ,non, Andalusia, Ala.) CT ATTORNEY CIRCUIT announce my can- Attorney, (Coving- Democratic May 5 and and influence will appreclated. PRESTWOOD by Roger Prest- Ala. COURT vote for for Intermediate of CovIP~ton am qualified to of this COUrt, You honest~falr CLYDE LOVE by Clyde Love, ENTATIVE DISTRICT your vote my candidacy of Repre- Covington and subject to the to be and June 2, 1970. I will work hard representative (TRACTOR) WiSE by Saxon Wise, OF PROBATE COUNTY rely as "Your Pro- I hope that our will merit Support and con- LELAND ENZOR by I~land Enzor, :IFF N COUNTY ~olicit your vote my candidacy the office of L law enforcement faith- FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT Your vote and support is earnestly solicited in my can- didacy for Representative, Ala- bama State Legislature, Place #2, District 40, comprised of Covington and Geneva Counties. I am a former State Senator and this experience well qua- lifies me for a term as your State Representative. R will be my intention to conduct this high position with integrity and fairness to all citizens in Covington and Geneva counties. J. A. HUGHES Pd. Pol. Adv. by J. A. Hughes, P.O. Bx. 129, Hartford, Ala. FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT In announcing my candidacy for the State House of Repre- sentatives, Place #2, District 40, I urgently request your vote and support. I feel I am well qualified. I will give you honest, fair, and impartial service. LOUIE F. GRIMES Pd. Pol. Adv. by Louie F. Grimes, Opp, Alabama FOR SENATOR 20th DISTRICT I hereby announce that I am a candidate for nomination in the Democratic Primaries as Sena- tor from the 20th SenatoriaP District composed of Butler, Covington, Crenshaw and Lowndes Counties. I am running on my record of legislature performance as a State Representative Place #2, 40th Representative District composed of Covington and Gen- eva Counties. I invite you to check my record in the House of Representatives. I offer you experience, ability and a sincere desire to repre- sent you. I earnestly solicit your vote and support. CRUM FOSHEE Pd. Pol. Adv. by E. C. "Crum" Foshee, Red Level, Alabama FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT I hereby announce that I am a candidate for nomination in the Democratic primaries as a member of the Alabama House of Representatives, Place #2, 40th District, comprising Cov- ington and Geneva counties. If elected I promise to keep in close touch with the people of the two counties and to work for the benefit of the District and of the State of Alabama. I will sincerely appreciate your vote and influence and will make an earnest effort to see all the voters of the District prior to the election May 5. JAMES DENN EY FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY This is to announce that I have qualified as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Covington County subject to the Democratic primaries that are scheduled for May 5 and June 2, 1970. Alert and honest law enforcement is my pledge in asking for your support. I sin- cerely solicit your vote in which I pledge equal justice for all. EARL PRESTWOOD Pd. Pol Adv. by Earl Prest- wood, Andalusia, Alabama FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT In announcing as a candidate for the Alabama House of Re- presentatives, Place No. 2, for the 40th District, comprising Covington and Geneva counties, I earnestly solicit your vote and support. I was associated with the Covington ASC office for 16 years, and have some roots in Geneva County, aback- ground that should provide me the requirementS to represent both counties vffectlvely. I am running subject to the Demo= cratic primaries of May 5 and June 2. HAROLD B. WISE Pd. Pol Adv. by Harold B. Wise, RFD 2, Kinston, Ala. FOR SENATOR 20th DISTRICT I wish to announce my candi- dacy for the office of Senator to the State Legislature from the 20th Senatorial District composed of Buffer, Covington, Crenshaw, and Lowndes Count= ies, subject to the elections in the Alabama Democratic Pri- maries to be held on May 5, 1970, and June 2, 1970. As your Senator, I promise to represent all of the people of Butler, Covington, Crenshaw, and Lowndes Counties equally, and not just a chosen few. I earnestly solicit your vote and influence in my behalf. R is my sincere hope to see as many of the voters of But- ler, Crenshaw, Covington, and Lowndas Counties as time will permit. FLETCHER JONES Pd. Pol. Adv. by Fletcher Jones P.O. Drawer 1128, Andalusia, Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY I hereby announce my can- didacy for re-election as Sheriff of Covington County. I have enjoyed my work with you and earnestly solicit your vote and influence for another _four-year term. I pledge to continue to rigidly enforce the laws of this county and state and the same fair and impartial service. When two young mothers de- cide that they need a college education - if they are Sandra Davis and Marie Hinson - they do something about it. They allowed neither house= work nor baby tending to pre= vail; instead Mrs. Joe W. Davis (Sandra) and Mrs. Charles W. Hinson (Marie) shared their baby-sitting responsibilities. By skillful scheduling, they evolved an ingenious method whereby when one has class at Lurleen Wallace Junior Col- lege, the other keeps the ba- bies. Between class periods, it is a common sight at the Andalusia DICKEY college to see a car pull up to • ' the entrance - a car driven by Dickey New As the car comes to a care- ful halt, me other mother, book- laden because she has been at- tending class, dashes out the door, slips under the steering wheel as the other mother aban- dons the driver's seat. The exchange has been made, the roles reversed, and once again one mother is in class, while the other is homeward bound to care for the child- ren. Sandra Davis, her husband, and her two little daughters, Beverly, age 5, and Ltnda, age 3, reside at 303 Third Avenue. Her husband, Joe W. Davis, is employed as a lumber inspec- tor for the Southern Pine In- Baptist Pastor At Lockhart The Rev. Huie T. Dickey of New Port Richey, Florida, is the new pastor of Lockhart Baptist Church. Lockhart is near the Florida line, two miles west of Florala, Alabama. This is his second pastorate. Dickey expects to graduate at Baptist Bible Institute, Graceville, Floirda, May 12, after three years working to- ward the Diploma in Pastoral Training. Mrs. Dickey will receive the "Certificate of Recognition for Wives," representing 25 se- mester hours. However, she has credit for 70 hours of the 98 required for the diploma. She was Edna Cruz of Key West, Florida. They have throe children, ages 4 to 10. The family will remain in Grace- ville until public school is out, before moving to Lockhart. VEASEY FOUND NOT QUILTY IN 1st DEGREE MURDER CASE On Tuesday, April 14, 1970, a jury was struck and the case of the State of Alabama vs. James Veasey was tried. Veasey had been indicted by the January Term, 1970, Grand Jury for First Degree Murder. This charge arose out of an incident on January 19, 1970, in which one Edward Caine was shot by Veasey with a shotgun at the home of Mrs. Minnie Sorrells northwest of Gantt. Veasey, who was represented by appointment by Griffin Sikes, established a plea of self defense which caused the Jury to find him not guilty. - PERSONALS- Mrs. Sallie Parker spent the weekend in DeFuniak with re- latives. one mother shepherding all three children. - PERSONALS - Mrs. Bill Perry of Clear- water, Fla., is spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gamble. Friends of Mrs. A. C. For- rester regret to learn of her recent accident and hope for her a speedy recovery. Mrs. Elizabeth Moore of Tus- caloosa and Mrs. Gladys Cor- der of Jones spent severaldays last week with Mrs. Kathryn Perry. Mrs. Moore is a sis- ter and Mrs. Corder a cousin. spection Bureau. Marie's husband is Charles W. Hinsen, choral director at Andalusia High School. They and their two-year old son Chuck live at 220 Third Avenue, con- veniently situated just across the street from the Davishome. Sandra's and Marie's own words tell an eloquent story. Sandra states: 'q have always had a desire to go into nurs- ing. When the junior college opened at Andalusia, it gave me the opportunity to begin work- lng toward this goal. "Having small children at home was a problem but was solved when I became aware that Marie was also interest- ed in going to college. We discovered that we could swap Mr. and Mrs. John Echols of Garden and daughter, Miss Kat- hy Echols of Auburn Univer- sity will be the weekend guests of Mrs. Kathryn Perry. Pd. Pol. Adv. by James Denney, Florala, Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY In announcing that I am a candidate for the nomination of Sheriff subject to the Demo- cratic Primaries of May 5th and June 2nd, 1970, please let me thank you again for the vote and support you gave me four years ago. I rgceived 48.1% of the total votes cast in the run-off election. I will always be grateful. I again respect- fully solicit your vote and sup- port and promise if elected to fulfill the duties of the office to the best of my ability. ELIE HARRELL P. R. "Pap" GANTT Pd. Pol. Adv. by P.R. "Pap" Gantt, RFD 2, Andalusia, Ala. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE 22rid JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Your vote and influence is sincerely solicited in mycandi= dacy for re-election to the posi- tion of Circuit Judge, 22nd Judi- cial Circuit, Covington County, subject to the Democratic pri- maries that are scheduled for May 5 and June 2, 1970. You have honored me with election to this post before and I pl~dge a continuance of ira= partial policies that I have followed during the past. Having served as your Cir- cuit Judge I feel more than Mrs. Till Calvin returned to her home in Ocala Sunday, after spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Cobb. Friends of little Miss Genie Bates are glad to learn that she is much Improved after a recent illness. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jackson and son of Tallahassee, Fla., and Mrs. D. Weaver and dau- ghter of Avon Park, Fla., spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Dennis Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ward and sons of Gulfport, Miss., spent the weekend with his mo- ther, Mrs. Ester Ward. Rick Helems of Montgomery I ED LEVF_. L (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Ell Harrell, Andalusia, Ala.) ever the tremendous responsl- bility and sacred trust attached spent last week with Mr. and COVINGToNFOR JUDGE OFcouNTyPROBATE to this important position. If Mrs. Eugene Blrge. ~~ N"~O~ N 'EN F. CHAMBERS you are kind enough to re-elect F. me I dedicate myself anew to Friends of Mr. Daniel Clay- Adv. by Glen I wish to announce my can- this noble task. ton Geoghagan regret to learn Plorala, Alabama didacy for Probate Judge of that he is confined to the VA : Covington County subject to the MURLAND SMITH hospital in Montgomery, and "T~~DA'Y, ApIR~ L '/S "' Democratic prlmarlesschedul- Pd. Pol. Adv. by Murland Smith, wish him a speedy recovery. 4TE COURT ed May 5 and June 2, 1970. Andalusia, Alabama I humbly ask for and will ap- ~ldate for election ts Judge of the Intermediate to a partial by the late Ge--. Court has been for many 3 years it med a success. court working preciate you support and vote for this office. As your Probate Judge I pledge to run the office competently and in a manner that will meet with your ap- proval. CHARLES S. NEWMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. by Charles S. Newman, Andalusia, Alabama FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY Florala PTA 12; GO NOON FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY Having qualified as a can- dldate for Sheriff of Covington County, I come to you to ask your support. In the past I have worked in your area and have become aquainted with many of the fine people of Florala, Lockhart, and To Nominate New Trustees, -The Florala High School P.T. A. will meet Tuesday night, April 28, 1970, at 7:30 at FI~- rala High School. This will be • • • MRS. DAVIS, BEVERLY, LINDA, MRS. HINSON AND CHUCK your sup- vote on M~ty 5, F. COLQuETT by Donald F. Opp, Ala.) 22rid JUDICIAL COURT I hereby announce my candi- dacy for District Attorney of Covington County, 22nd Judicial Circuit. Your help will be needed and appreciated and I respectfully solicit your vote and influence. I will work tirelessly to give you and this office the very best in me. JOE BRECK GANTT Pd. Pot Adv. by Joe Breck Gantt, Florala, Alabama out our children, giving us both an opportunity to go to college. I am taking only ten hours this quarter but plan to go full time in the fall." Marie's words carry the same message: "My ambition is to teach school. I began at- tending night school the first quarter so that my husband could be home with Chuck. I feR he was too young to leave in a nursery every day. "Also, I had been out of school too long, and had gotten out of the habit of studying, so I thought I'd better take it gradually." @ surrounding areas. I make my the last meeting for this year. home in Andalusia, and have Officers for next year will be spent most of my life in this installed at this meeting. MUSI C BY D"oI4NNYDOLLAR county. School trustees for the next I honestly believe that I am 4 years will be nominated at AND capable of maintaining the du- the meeting, also. After the Bh ~ D ties of this office, and ask that meeting students will be given you give me the opportunity to serve you. Your vote and influence will be appreciated. Go to the polls May 5b~ and vote for me. ELBERT WILLIAMS Pd. Pot Adv. by E lb e r t Williams, Andalusia, Ala. ballots to take home for par- ents to vote for the trustees. The Math Club will have an exhibit set up in the math room for parents to view after the meeting, This is a very important meeting and all parents are urged to attend. Pd. Po'I. Adv. By , r,ends of George C. Wallace, Jack W Wallace, Clayton, AIo. Chrnn ~3JSP Baby-swaping ttmehad come, so Marie was unable to com- plete her account. Like San- dra, however, she discovered that baby-swaping was the ans- wer to her problem. So she too is beginning to fulfill her desire. She is pre- paring for a teaching career in secondary education. Her spe- cial field will be business. These two young women are examples of how I.nrleen Wal- lace Junior College brings ed- ucational opportunity to hun- dreds of people who are ambi- tious enough to take advantage of its coUege programs. @ /