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,MAGE U . NPAPERS ,NC ALL CONTENT COPYR,GHTED ALL R,GHTS RESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Revival services will begin Sunday evening at 7:30 in the First Methodist Church. The Reverend Eugene Caddell, pas- tor of the First Methodist Church of Camden, Alabama will be the guest preacher. Caddell is widely known for his ability to preach and is in great demand for revivals. ',You have a special invitation to hear this man of God as he preaches each morning at seven and each evening at seven thirty,', states the Rev. Joe Bates, pastor of the church. The Fletcher Jones Family: Jean and Fletcher; Susan; Karen; Fietcher's mother, Mrs. C. J. Jones; and John. m 20th DISTRICT BUTLER, COVINGTON, CRENSHAW, LOWNDES COUNTI ES FLETCHER JONES will not vote for any additional taxes unless the people are allowed to vote on them. PD. POL. ADV. BY FLETCHER JONES, P. O. DRAWER 1128, ANDALUSIA, ALA. I Caddell is a member of the Hospital and Homes Board of the Methodist conference and represents this Board at the annual conference sessions. He has served churches in Alabama and Florida. His pastorate be- fore going to Camden was Lin- den, Alabama where he served for seven years. The pastor and congregation ay of First Methodist extend to each a very cordial invitation to attend each service, beginn- ing Sunday evening, May 3, and continuing through Friday even.. ing, May 8. VOTE MAY 5 CABLE CHANNEL NETWORKLOCATION, CHANNEL 2 Educ. 3 ABC 4 CBS/ABC 5 CBS 6 CBS 7 NBC/ABC 8 Music, Time,& Weather 10 NBC 11 Educ. 12 NBC Dozier, Ala. (2) Pensacola, Fla. (3) Dothan, Ala. (4) Mobile, Ala. (5) Tallahassee, Fla. (6) Panama City, Fla. (7) Mobile, Ala. (10) Tallahassee, Fla. (11) Montgomery, Ala. (12) Better Picture, Sound and Color NOW IS THE TIME... TO SIGN UP FOR CABIF TV if you haven't already while our crews are still in town... Rex Clopton, Service Manager IIC D/' Call 858-7051 (A MICANOPY GROUP COMPANY) a a I q t So does his friend. PAID POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT BY CITIZENS FOR ALBERT BREWER, BOB TEEL CHAIRMAN, ROCKFORD, ALA. FFA CHAPTER HOLDS ANNUAL PARENT-SON BANQUET The Florala FFA Chapter held their annual parent-son banquet April 24. The Future Farmers, parents, and guests enjoyed a delicious meal of Wallace ham, Wood potatoes, Folsom gravy, Carter butter beans, (High) Price toss salad, Newman rolls with butter, Enzor strawberry shortcake, and Brewer tea or coffee. Al- bert Cravey served as toast- master; Terry Holley gave the invocation; Steven Geohagan presented the welcome; and Grog Edmondson, chapter secretary, introduced the guests. Rex Hamilton, chapter president, summarized the chapter acitvitles during the past year. Awards were pre- sented by Mr. Charles Steven- son. The chapter officerspresent- ed Mr. Woodrow W. Adams an honorary degree for his help to the chapter and pulp- wood production class. For three years, Mr. Adams furnished a chalnsaw andhelped in the study of the saw and cables used in pulpwood pro- duction. The address was presented by Gary Hall of Opp High School, the State FFA Vice-President for this district. Color slides of the FFA activities, class activities on field trips, in shop, and individual projects were shown by W. F. Rasberry, tea- cher of agriculture. In the Florala chapter the banquet program is planned and presented by the FFA officers, the serving is done by the second year students, and the first year boys wash the dishes. One really gets to see the FFA in action at the Florala parent- son banquet. LEGION NEWS By Mildred Burress AT OUR REGULAR monthly meeting it was decided that the American Le g i o n and American Auxiliary would res- pect this organization with a float in the June 24th parade. We are assured of the manual labor, leaving the mental work to be done. A good idea to make a float of 2 Do you have a good idea? If so, call lmcllle Cox. If not, think! We need lots of ideas. MRS GWE N GIBS ON will se- lect our girl starer, Mrs. Gib- son is real good at this. Mrs. Gibson is a teacher at Paxton. It is a shame that only one Junior can be chosen as it is a most high honor for the girl, and one she will never forget. WE WILL HAVE POPPYDAY May 30th (Saturday). This is Memorial Day. THE AMERICAN LEGIONand American Legion Auxiliary meeting has been changed back to the first Tuesday night in the month. Our next meeting night will be May 5th at 7:30. NOW THAT SPRING has ar- rived and every one has Spring (fishing) fever we are expect- lng all members to show up at 7:30 May 5th, if for no other reason so all can hear of their larest and largest catch. Don't tell us you're still smoking? Face it. A lot of people aren't any more. Then again, some have only cut down. (That's better than nothing.) Some have switched to a pipe or cigars. (That's better than cigarettes ...if you don't inhale.)Others have switched to more food. (Sure. You might gain some weight, initially. But it's worth it.And most people take it all off again anyway.) Ifyou'dlike to quit but don't know how, we have a booklet 'that will guide you in deter- mining what kind of smoker you are and what you can do about it. Ask your local ACS Unit. We want to help you help yourself. It's up to you, too. American Cancer Society THE FLORALA hEWS- THURSDA//, Hr. and Mrs. Charles S. Newman (seated) with their (L to R) Lucy Newman Thompson, her husband, Charles Patsy, Mike and Janet PLEASE LET ME TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO YOU GOOD FRIENDS AND NEIGHBORS FOR BEING SO ME IN MY CAMPAIGN FOR PROBATE JUDGE. YOUR ENCOURAGEMENT HAS MEANT SO MUCH TO ME AS I OVER THE COUNTY. I HAVE SEEN AND TALKED TO OF YOU BUT I KNOW THERE ARE SOME OF YOU I HAVE . .. TO THOSE I WISH TO EXPRESS MY REGRET FOR NOT MET YOU PERSONALLY BUT ASK THAT YOU TAKE AGE AS MY SOLICITATION FOR YOUR VOTE. TO ALL OF YOU I PLEDGE TO DO YOU A GOOD Al~l- PETENT JOB AS YOUR PROBATE JUDGE. MY FAMILY, SHOWN ABOVE, JOINS ME IN ASKIN6~ Your Vote and Support For Probate Judge of Covington (Pd. Pol. Adv, by Charles S. Newman, Ala.) RE-ELECT a sheriff you KNOW VOTE FOR and have COMPETENT, COURTEOUS asi EXPERIENCED law enforcement for Covington County. PD. POL. ADV. BY P. R. (PAP) GANTT, ANDALUSIA, ALA.