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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. -PAGE 4 THE FLORALA NEWS = THURSDAY, FLORALA WILDCAT BAND MEMBERS PARTICIPATE INSOLe AND ENSEMBLE CONTEST. Kneeling, from left, Elizabeth Kelly, Michele Adams, Mary Orndort, Newton Peters, Valerie Kelly, Shetla Parker, and Jan Ziglar; back row, from left, Dawn Burns, .Diane Mickelson, Bid Savage, Willie Sasser, Tommy Geohagan, Gary Thomas and Bobe Spacer. Wildcat Members Enter Solo And Ensemble Contest In Enterprise RECEIVE SUPERIOR RATINGS IN SOLO AND ENSEMBLE CONTEST. Girls, pictured from left, Sheila Parker, Jan Ziglar, and Valerie Kelly; Newton Peters, in rear. ;i¸ 7 -- On Saturday, April 24, 15 Wildcat Band Members enter- ed the Solo and Ensemble Con- test in Enterprise. All re- ceived very helpful comments. Five superior medals were won: Jan Ziglar, an eighth grade flute player received two superior ratings, one on a solo, accompanied on the piano by her brother, Steve, and the other in a flute trio. The other two members of the trio were se- venth grader Valeria Kelly and sophomore Sbeila Parker• Se- With the exception of se- nior Diane Mickelson, all of these were younger band stu- dents, some sophomores, but mostly seventh and eighth gra- ders. With such interest by these younger students, the Wildcat Band can look forward to future years of increasing high standards. LBW Summer venth grader Newton Peters was rated superior on a xy- l'rogram l"or lophone solo. Other students participating and their ratings were Bid Savage, clarinet solo - excel- lent - II (2); Willie Sasser, trombone solo - excellent -II (2); Tommy Geohagan - tuba solo - excellent - 11 (2); Mary Orndorf, drum solo -good- III (3); trumpet duet - Robe Spicer and Gary Thomas - ex- cellent - II (2); trumpet duet - Deidre Harrison and Gary Thomas - good - llI (3); cla- rinet trio - Dawn Burns, Eli- zabeth Kelly and Michele Ad- ams - good - III (3), and cla- rinet quartet - Diane Mickel- son, Bid Savage, Dawn Burns, and Elizabeth Kelly - excel- lent - II (2). RE-ELECT AS YOUR irman COVINGTON COUNTY All Wallace Delegates are clearly identified on your ballot COMMISSION THIS IS HIRAM PITTS ..... I am grateful for your past support and expressions of confidence --while serving as Chairman Of the Covington County Commission, I have made every effort to conduct your business in a manner that 1 felt would bemost beneficial for every citizen. ! have attempted to make our citizens more aware of our County Governing body, irs functions and it's needs. Looking at some of the accomplishments and areas of improvements, I feel that we should all share a feeling of pride-improved educational facilities, roads and bridges, recreational sites, industrial park developments, a closer working r¢lationship among all communities• Most of us are aware ot" other needs, and ! assure you that constant planning continued on these projects. 1, Hiram Pitts, pledge to continue to work with you on a day to day basis and maintain a close relationship with each community for the better- menI of Covington County. I earnestly solicit your vote on May 4th for reelection as Chairman of your Covington County Com- missioners and pledge to continue to conduct the affairs of this office in a manner that will be a credit to our county and it's citizens High Schoolers Area high school students completing the tenth or ele- venth grade may earn early college credit during the sum- mer months by participating in the Accelerated High School Program offered at Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College. This popular summer pro- gram is open to any student completing the tenth or ele- venth grade with a 'B' average or better. Students entering the program must also have the approval of their principal and/ or superintendent. Students accepted for the pro- gram may enroll in any of the courses available to LBW freshmen. Full college credit will be granted upon success- ful completion of the course work. Credit earned may be applied to the students acade- mic record at LBW or any oth- er institution of higher learn- ing. Application forms and ad- ditional information may be ob- tained by contacting Dr. Char- les Viverette, Dean of In- struction, LBW. MAY WILL BE HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE MONTH In observance of May as "National High Blood Pres- sure Month," the Alabama Heart Association and the Ala- bama Department of Public Health will conduct a screen- ing program for members of the State Legislature. Also participating in the program is the Alabama Academy of Fa- mily Practice. According Richard O. Russell, Jr., ~ I • D., Birming- ham, President of the Alabama Heart Association, the screen- thg will be held on May 5th from 9:30 - 3:30 at the State Capitol in Montgomery• Volunteer nurses, who are members of the Montgomery County Division of the Ala- bama Heart Association, will be available to do readings and for counseling those whose blood pressure is elevated. Dr. Russell pointed out that "one in every ten Americans has high blood pressure, and be- cause the disease produces no unique symptoms, half of those with high blood pressure are unaware of it. It can, of course, lead to stroke, heart attack or kidney failure." He urged all Alabamians to take advantage of free blood pressure screening sites that will be set up throughout the State during May. According to Dr. Russell, "the key to controlling high blood pressure is finding those with the problem.and convinc- ing them to see their physician for treatment." The Alabama Heart Associa- tion is cooperating with the Ala- bama Advisory and Coordinat- ing Council on Hypertension and other State organizations in promoting May as "National High Blood Pressure Month." (Pd. Pol• Adv. By Hiram Pitts, Red Level, Ala.) Thank You iram Note From Dr. J. B. McDonald, M.D. As we have said throughout the year we are not working just for tuberculosis, we are starting our program for as- thma, bronchitis (acute and chronic), emphysema patient's or anyone suspicious of any pulmonary lung disease or 8:30 p.m. FOURTH WEDNESDAY - old National Guard Armory, Flo- rala (April 28 and May 26). Pulmonary Functioning Tests - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Breathing classes - 1:00 p.m.- 2:00 p.m. Pulmonary Func- breathing problems, we would tioning Tests - 2:00 - 4:00 appreciate your calling 222- p.m. 1175 for an appointment for Pul- monary Functioning Tests and Breathing Classes. Each month the following schedule will be followed: FOURTH MONDAY - Coving ton County Bank Civic Room IApril 26 and May 24)Anda- usia. Pulmonary Functioning Tests - 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon. Breathing Classes- 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. Pulmonary Functioning Tests - 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. If there is enough demand, the tests will be gi- ven from 7:00 8:30 p.m. FOURTH TUESDAY - Cham- ber of Commerce Civic Room, Opp (April 27 and May 25). Pulmonary Function Tests- 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 noon. Brea- thing classes I:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Pulmonary Func- tioning Tests - 2:00 - 4:00p.m.' If there is enough demand the tests will be given from 7:00 - If there is enough de- mand the tests will be given from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. TERMITES SWARMING SINCE ! 954 BONDED TERMITE CO. I MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL SERVICE • BONDrD & INSURED TERMITE CONTROL FREE INSPECTION Call 493-4239 or 49,7: CALL COLLECT CUMMING AV. OPP ALA, "Trust Torben to keep Alabama courts first" Paid Political Advertisement C C Bo Torber~ Campaign Walter A. Parrent, Co-chairman Opeltka. Alabama 36801 I America is changing its thinking because the people of Alabama, cared enough t() lead the way. To~ether. we have come so very far. This year. your voices (m(,e a~ain can be heard all across America. On May 4th, the nation's eyes will be centered ()n what we do in A labama. Make your vote count for yo,, your thinking. and A labama. Vote Wallace delegates. They will proudly stand up and vote for yo', and Alabama at the l)em()(.ratic National Convention. On May 4th. the people of Alabama have an op- portunity to do their part in taking back the Nati(mal Democratic Party and making it a party that reflects • the real thinking of the people of th{s state. :~ This is the day the only day - you can vote to make the I)emo/:ra{iC P~lrtv an ill- strument of tl e people's wishes and not a tool of party bosses and left wing libel:als who nominated radical candidates on a radical platform, in 1972. We re,st not ell, we vpeat in 1976. ,h)in hands with me in standing up for America and speaking out against a socialistic welfare state, bureaucratic interference in our lives, unfair federal court decisi~ms, forced busing, foreign aid giveaways, blundering in foreign affail:s and constant new taxation ()11 average citizens. I heartily recommend the official Wallace delegate in your district to you. Let's make May ,lth a great victory ft>r Alabama. Butler, Pike, Coffee, Et Parts of Bullock, Crenshaw, Henry, Covington, Dale ~ Barbour Vote Your Real Thinking. Vote Your Wallace Delegate. (Wal ) Geneva, Houston ~ Parts of Barbout, Henry, Dale b Covington Mrs. S.A. (Wallace) L_ H I],r h~ 'rh,.Wall;.,,,C:mllttil~n' In,. I'(I li,,x I ffl; M,,nle,,nu,r~ ~t:l :~Htl; ' ; r ,sS SI Id "1 •h:tilI/I;ol I" \ll,m Ilaul,hill.'l•l,.astll,,r • i of 1 Sam Beatty says... • ~t I~ ~Rl< 4111~ 1 IEI 121hi. 2~ ;t!: q "My whole life for the past 30 years has been dedicated to t~ law. i believe in law and justice with all my heart and I knO,~ ~ they must be dispensed fairly and honestly. The Courts ~ Alabama have .made 9reat strides in the past several pears a.'~ must continue this treat work. ! feel my trainin9 and backytou~U, have prepared me well for the hiyher job of Supreme CoUP Justice" Sam Beatty has: " _l)ttl~ • Practiced law in Tuscaloo/a. Was Dean of Mercer University Law Sch0O~ • Taught law at University of Alabama • Has published numerous articles in / Law School (15 years), leading law periodicals. ! Served as A/sistant Dean at UniversityofAlabama Law School (4 years), i Paid Political Advertisement by Beatty Campaign Committee, Tom Ozment, Tulcaloou, Chairman. ". i Subject to the action of Democnttlc Prlmmy, May 4, 1976 j