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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• ................................ ~-~,~.v.., ,~, SL. ............... PL ......... L ...... L.. W ...... Ill ..... ELECTION DAY is ,,ext Tuesday, May {3. I humbly ask you to remember me on this day. THROUGHOUT MY CAMPAIGN I have made no elaborate promises. I make you only one at this time. If elected I will make you the hardest working sheriff Coving- ton County has ever had. I NEED YOUR VOTE and support. Help me help our county. THANK YOU PD. PaL. ADV. BY ELBERT WILLIAMS, ANDALUSIA, ALA. III I I II IIII II ] II I III I II I or'o Miss Hall Plans June 19 Marriage Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hall announce the engagement of their daughter, Betty Annette, to Larry Keith Davidson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. David- son of DeFuniak Springs, Florida. Miss Hall attends Paxton High School. Mr. Davidson. a 1968 graduate of Paxton High School, now attends O.W.J.C. He will transfer to West Florida in the fall. The couple plan a June 19 wedding at 7 o'clock p.m. in the New Harmony Baptist Church. No formal invitations are being sent. All friends and rela- tives are invited to attend. . . . From left: Larry Wise, son; Marie Wise, daughter; Harold Wise; Don Carnley, son-in-law; Ruth Halley Wise, wife; Traey Carnley, granddaughter, and Patriela Wise Carnley, daughter. - A REPRESENTATIVE who acquired what he has by hard work, honest dealing, and good management with the help of a good wife and children. I HAVE TRIED to see and talk to as many people as I could ~because I think the voters deserve to know something about who they will vote for. If you would like to have a representative that is honest, has stability, had successful experience in representing other peoples interest then vote for me May 5th. - I WOULD WORK HARD for the people of this district and would be honored to serve as your repre- sentative. - VOTE FOR AND HELP ELECT - FOR DISTRICT 40, PLACE #2 COMPOSED OF COVINGTON & GENEVA COUNTIES PD. PaL. ADV. BY HAROLD B. WISE, RFD, KINSTON, ALA. • . . MISS HALL THE FLORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, - PERSONALS - and daughters, Nancy and She- 'Mrs. Easter ward Mr. and Mrs. Wyman Ausley ron, of Montgomeryvisltedwith week-end. II iii A CLEAN RECORD AND A CLEAN CAMPAIGN MEANS CLEAN, HONEST GOVERNMENT. "MAC" HAS WORKED FOR YOU In the past 3 years he has: 1. Successfully handled 2100 Criminal Appeals. 2. Handled 1800 Civil cases for the State, the counties and cities of Alabanl0' 3. Written 4,500 legal opinions for public officials. 4. Led the only successful war against the peddlers of obscenity and filth. 5. Saved you, the taxpayer, over $2,580,000 in recoveries against drug, and text book overcharges and by economy in his office. SHOW MacDONALD GALLION YOU APPR A JOB WELL DONE-- RE-ELECT (Pd. Pal. Adv. by MacDonald Gallion, Montgomery, AIo.) George Wallace has done more for Alabama than any man in this governor's race and he will again! George Wallace wants to be your governor and will give you • four years of uninterrupted on-the-iob leadership. George Wallace has the experience, strength and know-how to come to grips with the problems and opportunities facing Alabama and will make it a better place to live[ George Wallace wants to complete the programs of Lurleen Wallace which have laid untouched since 1967, although the money has been available on such programs as the $43 million dollar park program and the $15 million dollar mental health program. George Wallace has outlined in detail a bold and • me,native program for the 70's to improve , the way of lif of every Alabama citizen without / additional taxation. }• George Wallace has had the courage and • vision to lead rather than follow and he will continue to stand up for Alabama in regional and national affairs. George Wallace makes you the promise that whet • he is governor, no liquor will be served in the man- sion and the mansion will be open to the public at all times. Remember, if out-of-state forces and in-state bloc voters defeat Wallace, we all lose! Our voice is gone, our fight is over. George Wallace stood up for you again and :, ii++++: again. He needs your help now! Don't turn your back on him!