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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 6 THE FLORALA NEWS o THURSDAY, Annual Fishing Rodeo At Lake Eufaula Underway resl en Competition for the eleventh annual Alabama Fresh Water Fishing Rodeo at Lake Eufaula will get underway on May 31 and continue through June 2. Sponsored by the Eufaula Chamber of Commerce, the Rodeo will be headquartered at Chewalla Marina, located near the junction of U.S. High- ways 431 and 82. More than 1600 anglers will compete for awards in this na- tionally recognized event. Prizes will be awarded to the top weight catches in five categories of fish - black bass, crappie, white bass, carp and rough fish (catfish, gar, bowfin, jackfish, etc.). A 15- foot fishing boat with a 50 h.p. motor and trailer will be the first prize in the black bass category. A total of 20 awards will be made in all categories with additional prizes going to lucky registra- tion ticket holders. In addition to competition at the adult level, there will be special events for the child- ren. Trophies will be awarded to the young fishermen and they will be eligible for the top pri- zes in the regular Rodeo com- petition. For those that don't fish, Eufaula is blessed with many antebellum homes which may be seen. Participating anglers must purchase a $4 competition tic- ket before noon (CDT) May 31. Tickets are available at most Eufaula sport shops or i He promised us mar(; money for otlr schools. He promised It) set up a job-training program so workers could be trained for high-paying industrial jobs-- to help attract good new industry to Alabama. He promised in(:reased ben(flits and security for working people. H(: l)romis('d us improved outdoor rc(:r(;ation facilities and new r(;v(mu(:s from tourism. t te promised legislalion whi(:h wouht improve law enfor(:(;m(mt and rais(; the salaries of law (mfor(:em(~nt offic(;rs. tie promised us a system to keep public offi(:ials hones|, so lha! misused money (:ouhl t)e i'e(:over(:d for the people. He, promised us strong anti-pollution laws and the right to vote for 18 year ohts, He promised us no new taxes. '1 tt I I'L[ U I \J ,, I,hhd.., I,,, IK,.I., I,x,[%~h,gh,r,, {]*,1~ Iht,n,h,lgt '~ll i "LET OLD GLORY FLY PROUD, REVERENT WITH RESPECT ELIE HARRELL AND LFREEDOM" Our forefathers believed in freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, in ,~ fact, just plain freedom. Our parents and grandparents believed in freedom. TO MAINTAIN THIS FREEDOM. WE MUST HAVE LAW AND ORDER. Law enforcement is our first line of defense against the destructive forces of anarchy and and against the criminal elements of our society. Strong, decisive law enforcement must continue. Our Governor believes in law and order. He has delivered this message all over the United States and was delivering it again when he almost lost his life from a bullet, fired by a man with a criminal mind, an attempted assassin. Our Governor is still standing up for I~w and order. NOW IS THE TIME FOR US TO STAND UP FOR THE GOVERNOR. Let us all join together and insist that our Senators and Represen- tatives support the Governor in hi s effort to maintain law and order and return our God given rights to us. -~ We want local control with as little Federal intervention as po ssible. The Alabama Sher!ff's Association is standing up for Alabama and for law andorder. In fact, all (ocal (ow enforcement agencies are supporting law and order. J believe you ore standing with us and together WE WILL WIN. ELIE HARRELL is aware of the many problems confronting us today. He can and will do more than his share to so lye them. ELIE HARRELL is able and experienced. ELIE HAR" RELL is the man to head your county law enforcement agency. I THE MAN WITH PROVEN ABILITY, SHERIFF OF COVINGTON COUNTY. (PD. PaL. ADV. BY ELIE HARRELL, ANOALUSIA, ALA.) can be ordered directly from the Eufaula Chamber of Com- merce. Brochures and com- plete tournament rules will be enclosed when tickets are mail- ed. In the Dothan area, tickets may be purchased at Helms, Sports Supply Co. The official judges for the event, all members of the Ala- bama Department of Conserva- tion, are: Archie D. Hopper, Chief Game and Fisheries; Sam L. Spencer, Chief of Fisheries; and Merrill Nail, Fisheries Biologist. For additional information on this event, please write Eu- faula Chamber of Commerce, P.O. Box 347, Eufuala, Alabama 36027. 1 9 7 4 HOMECOMING PAGEANT PLANNED AT HUNTINGDON Final wor~ is underway on the Huntingdon'College campus for the 1974 pageant planned in connection with Homecom- ing Day April 27. Theme for the celebration this year is "The American Dream Machine," a story about a young boy and girl who travel throughout the United States with the aid of a "time machine." More than 1,000 alumni and friends are expected to attend the day's activities which be- gins with a 50thReunionBrunch for the Class of 1924, at Pre- sident Allen K. Jackson's home. Also scheduled on the 27th is a baseball game between the Hawks and alumni; class re- union meetings; alumni lunch- eon and presentation of alumni awards; band concert; and the pageant at 3 p.m., includingthe coronation of Homecoming Queen Nan Lamberth of Ale- xander City. The "American Dream Mac- hine" pageant will feature ima- ginary visits to New York and the follies; a square dance in Silver Dollar City; an Indian skit in the Old West; lumber- jacks in an acrobatic rou- tine from the great Northwest; Southern belies of the Deep South; and a visit to Hawaii, complete with dancing girls in grass skirts. Mrs. Betty Collier, Asso- ciate Professor of Physical Education at Huntingdon, is fa- Culty sponsor of Homecoming again this year, working with student co-chairmen Mary T=~ague Mason of Montgomery; and Rick Cayton, Orlando, Fla. Mrs. Collier has worked with the annual pageant since 1946, and has helped develop themes such as Swiss Family Robin- son, Peter Pan, Alice in Won- derland, and Fiesta in May. Last year, the program cele- brated the 50th anniversary of Walt Disney with the theme "It's A Small World." Alumni, townspeople, and friends gather on the campus annual for the festivities which are again open to the pub- lic. GARNER NAMED TO ADMINISTRATIVE STAFF Jim Garner has been named to the administrative staff at Lur- ieen B. Wallace State Junnior College as Director of the Ev- ening Division. Garner recently assumed the duties of this po- sition which will put him in charge of all LBW Centers lo- cated in Crenshaw, Butler and Covington Counties, including LBW's Evening Division on campus. Garner wil replace Robert Kimbrough who is retiring as Director of LBW's growing Greenville Center. Evening classes have also been offered in Luverne, Florala, Opp, and Georgiana. As LBW's first, full-time Director for the en- tire area, Garner hopes to iden- tify the needs in each individual community so the college can better serve the area. Garner came to LBW in 1971 as head basketball coach and science instructor. Since that time he has accepted additional responsibilities and developed a number of programs for the col- lege. Withn the past year, Garner has served as athletic director, coach of basket- ball and track, Director of Fin- ancial Aids and Veterans' Af- fairs, Instructor of physical education and science, and has been instrumental in organizing and promoting intramural sports at LBW. This knowledge and ex- perience has paved the way for his promotion to the adminis- trative level. Garner stated thai he was pleased with his new as- signment, adding that he had been interested in an admin- istrative position for some time. Garner is scheduled to be in Florala at 7:00 on Tuesday, May 14, to meet with persons in the Florala area who are in- terested in classes to be taught this summer at Florala High School. nnounce Students named to the Pre- sident's List for the Winter Quarter at Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College have been announced by Dr. William Mc- Whorter, LBW President. Heading this prestigious list of students who maintained an 'A' average for the quarter HARPER'S RECIPE PUBLISHED "The Times Picayune", the morning and Sunday newspaper for New Orleans, recently chose as one of its favorite recipes one submitted by Harper. Tommy's recipe was published in the 1974 Cook Book and Recipe Contest, which was a supplement to the April 14 edition of "The Times- Picayne." His recipe was for a cheese- bacon bread. Though he did not win a cash prize for his entry, it was one of approximately 60, out of 1,000 entries that was published. The grand prize of $200 was awarded to a bachelor who works with the New Orleans Public School System. is Vickie B. Finedore of app. In making her fifth consecutive appearance on the President's List, Mrs. Finedore is break- ing a record at LBW. While working toward a dou- ble major in Chemistry and Ma- thematics, Mrs. Finedore has maintained an 'A' average each quarter since enrolling at LBW. Her record breaks that set last year by Martha Wyatt, of Straughn. Miss Wyatt's fourth consecutive appearance broke a two year record set in 1971 by Charlotte Creech, of Andalusia. Students joining Mrs. Fine- dare on LBW's Winter quarter President's List are Roy P. Barber, James Boswell, Jonell Brunson, Thomas Castilla, Kenneth Childree, Jimmy W. Ezell, Joan G. Jackson, Bonita E. Kelley, Emma S. Kelley, Ed- ward A. Lankford, Sheila O. Matt, Pare Petterson, Pamela J. Perry, Roger Powell, Ray R. Russell, Amy R. Spurlin, all of Andalusia, John E. Ammons, Deborah F. Austin, Johnnie Oliver, Glo- . rid H. Stallings and Susan E. Turner, all of Red Level; Sylvia K. Donaldson and Nan- cy E. Weeks, Steve Sansom W. Harbuck Donald L. rala. Franklin D. MI die E. man, all Mclntyre ford of McK Brownlee, and Eddis Brantley; zier; and Rutledge. TREATMENT FOR I CAN BE AT YOUR FEED ANOG t If you want to get need s me experience qualify, the new Navy offersl over 300 skilled and a great chance to Be someone speclal In the Talk to J~CK GARRETT, JR. Navy Rectultinl Branch Station Off~ P. O. I~x Im~, Court ~rt H~ Aadalmlhl, Alabama POLITICAL vote for james Seymour. JAM ES ANNOUNCEMENTS Pd. Pol. Adv. mour, Box Alabama 36420 FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY Gantt~ RFD 2, Andalusia, Ala- bama. Having qualified as a candi- date for Sheriff of Covington County, I come to you to ask your support. I attended the Alabama Po- lice Academy in October, 1969, training in United States De- partra~nt of Justice Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs, and attended Enterprise State Junior College for the Advanced Police Science course in June 1973. Due to these qualifications, I feel that I can confidently give the people of Covington County a Sheriff's office that they can be proud of. If elected, I will serve all the people in the county on a fair and impar- tial basis. JERRY A. (PETE) JOHNSON Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jerry A. (Pete) Johnson, Opp, Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY This is to announce that I have qualified as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Cov- ington County, subject to the up- coming Democratic primaries. Alert and honest law enforce- ment is my pledge is asking for your vote. I sincerely solicit your vote in which I pledge equal justice for all. JIMMY HAM Pd. Pal. Adv. by Jimmy Ham, Rt. 3, Andalusia, Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY In announcing my candidacy for the Sheriff of Covington County, I would like to see a few changes made in the ope- ration of the Sheriff's Depart- ment. Havin~ held the office of Sheriff of Covington County for 4 years, I feel my qua- lifications justify my seeking election as your sheriffsubject to the Democratic Primary on Mary 7. I feel that the youth of the county should become more in- volved in the operation of the Sheriff's department by assign- ing youth committees from the various schools to work with the department. I ask for your continued sup- port and vote, in order for us to have a Sheriff's department that all Covington County can hold in the highest regards. P. R. (PAP) GANTT Pd. Pol. Adv. By P.R. (Pap) FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY In announcing that I am a Candidate for Sheriff, seeking re-election, subject to the De- mocratic Primaries of May 7 and June 4, I wish to thank you, the people of Covington County, for your past support and ask that you allow me a second term in office in order that I may complete the pro- gram now in progress to pro- vide the most modern and ef- ficient law enforcement ser- vices ever offered to the people of Covington County. As your incumbent Sheriff and a member of the Board of Directors of the Alabama She- riff's Association, a member of the Law Enforcement Plann- ing Agency and a member of the Advisory Board of the Southeast Alabama Police Academy, I feel that we are in a better posi- tion to secure our share of Federal funds now available and to implement our program in conjunction with other Law En- forcement Agencies in a manner that will meet with the State and Federal guidelines. Your vote and support in the upcoming election will be greatly appreciated. ELIE HARRELL Pd. Pal. Adv. by Elie Harrell, Andalusia, Alabama FOR .REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 75 I hereby announce my can- didacy for re-election as a member of the House of Re- presentatives, District 75, which is composed of most of Covington County - subject to the Democratic primaries of May 7 and June 4, 1974. lear- nestly solicit your vote and sup- port. FRANK J ACKSt~H Pd. Pal. Adv. by Frank Jack- son, Opp, Alabama FOR REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT 75 I sincerely solicit your vote and support for the office of Representative for Covington County District "/5. I will re- present you the people equally and fairly and will endeavor to bring new growth and pros- perity to Covington County. Please remember on May "/th FOR DISTRICT' COVINGTON This is to have qualified cond term as Attorney. I an1 record as a full tar, and on the worked hard justice, Based on county is in not having traffic (heroin tes). However some traffic tn pills, depress lesser extent, ing with every la officer in thiS minate all have secured a victions again users. This a high priority forcement if I I will deeply support and ROGER Pd. Pal. Adv. wood, Andalusia, FOR DISTRICT COVI NG TON I, Frank McGi with Z3 years hereby as District Att~ ington County is my desire represent all ciety fairly, if diligently inal charges impartial made of those should be receive the District detailed vance of all that investigations convenience as grand jurors When turned, thorough for trial that prosecutions perly conducted cedures ex cost and concerned. Your vote behalf will appreciated. FRANK McGILL ~)d. Pal. Adv~. bY ill)