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P IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT T(j~I.~C~I~GREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. THE FLORALA NEWS ~ THURSDAY, FOR ANY TYPE CONSTRUCTIONS OR REPAIRS VERNON GOMILLION GENERAL CONSTRUCTION P. O. BOX 248 PHONE 8-7420 LOCKHART, ALABAMA Okaloosa County League Of Municipalities Meet In Laurel More than 100 members and guests were present Friday night at the quarterly meeting of the Okaloosa County Lea- gue of Municipalities, hosted by Laurel Hill. County League President, Durell Lee and Mayor Gene Clary welcomed the group to the affair, not only as members of the County-wide organiza- tion, but also to a suml~tuous supper of southern fried chic- ken with all the trimmings. Lee, noting that no sche- duled speaker was on the ag- enda, introduced Rep. Jerry Melvin, who was the only mem- ber of the legislative delega- tion that was able to attend, told the group that the present delegation was handling 3 times more bills than at any time since he was first elected. 10 Years experience as a trial judge. Circuit Judge, 12th Judicial Circuit of Alabama, 1964 to present. Appoi nted by Governor Wallace in 1964 and subsequently elected to two terms. Alabama Council of General Court Judges, 1964-1969. District Attorney, 12th Judicial Circuit, 1962-1964. Law Clerk, Justice Simpson, Supreme Court of Alabama, 1960-1961. ELECT JUDGE Even though moving at a~aster pace, Melvin assured the group that all bills were being given a hard look by the delegation. He also pointed out that a some- what added interest by citizens was underway, noting that the delegation had received more than 22 calls from the district thus far. As to legislation that passed the Senate on $10,000 Home- stead Exemption for the elder- ly and disabled, was presently bogged down on the floor, and at the moment, he couldn't determine its status. News releases Sunday on the subject reported ammendments calling for a constitutional re- ferendum on the matter was being kicked around. Lee reported that Niceville would host the July quarterly meeting of the county-wide lea- meeting of the County-Wide League of Municipalities. Lee and Clary expressed thanks to Rhett Cadenhead for use of his lodge for the meet- ing. SCENES OF WOMANLESS BEAUTY CONTEST > tl Madam Charlene Crums a little out of proportion, ~.1 ASSOC A.T,E usT cE SUPaEoME C0Ua? PLL __ E d,rect, us,., hot c,, r as ha,o. ELECT HONEST REPRESENTATION OF ALL THE CITIZENS OF COVINGTON COUNTY. OUR FAIR SHARE OF THE NEW INDUSTRIES THAT LOCATE IN ALABAMA. :~ NO NEW STATE TAXES ON THE PEOPLE. FOUR LANE HIGHWAYS TO PROMOTE TOURIST TRAVEL THROUGH COVINGTON COUNTY AND FOR YOUR SAFETY WHEN YOU TRAVEL. A SHARE OF THE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS SPENT IN ALABAMA ON PARKS AND RECREATIONAL AREAS, TO COMPLEE THE s I ,OO0 ACRE LAKE IN COVINGTON COUNTY. NEW JOBS FOR OUR YOUNG ADULTS TO HELP CURB OUR DECLINE IN POPULATION. WILL KEEP THE PEOPLE INFORMED ABOUT HIS ACTIVITY THROUGH ALL THE LOCAL NEWS MEDIA. REPRESENTATIVE, DISTRICT 7 5 PO.~Ot.. AOV. JAM[S SEYMOUR ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA , FashmonCaree Ltke To Own A Dress FACI'ORY FRESH I,ATES'i S | . . Winner Paula Maddox does her thing )~ YOUR sAVI CUSTOMERS BEAUTIFUL REDWOOD Fm xTU RE% ~II" tal COMPLETE TRAININ I~S VISIT OI/R SIORES |obe Talk To Our OwnerS1[ d Investment - = 1, ..... =~ ~ VERY HIGH EARNINGS |!o For Full and Fair Representation . . Miss Ho0per in action Vote For Orsen B. i Red Spivey REPRESENTATIVE .IN THE DEMOCRATIC PRIM~&RY P b ~ t. E ! BEATS 1.2,3,4,6,11 AND PART OF 7, 12 IN HOUS'r0i~ BEAT 22 AND PART OF 9 IN COVINGTON J .. Miss Matthews TO THE "1 have worked hard on the job everyday. Grand Jurors have repeatedly Coo mmended my work. If you believe in Justice and Ho- nest law enforcement, help re-elect Roger prestwoo~, your District Attorney. ,. Miss McGee