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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. !~EEM~.0~G~ON.~T,~ST~. D,STR,BUT,ON PROH,B,TED. PAGE 15 Patrolman Lists Safety Rules Concerning Capsizing To Boatmen FOUR.H GIRLS MAKE PLANS FOR TOMORROWS DRESS REVUE. Karen Kelly, Harlan-Junior Four-H Club in Lockhart, shows the skirt she will model in the Cov- ty Four-H Dress Revue to Cindy Merideth (I)of East Three Notch, Extension Home Becknell (c), and Martha Barefoot of San.ford-Junior. Miss Merldeth and Miss Ire shown wearing the dresses they will model in the Revue. Iton 4.H Clubs Compete In Dress Revue Dress Revue win- county, s 26 Four- gather on Fri- to compete in the g Four-H Dress event will begin n. at the Covington Cooperative in Sanford. of garments in the show: skirts, shifts and ASSIGNED VIETNAM Howard, who is States Army, Florola has been a member of the Brigade as an 18th Army of the ~f Vietnam Division Coordination. Was assigned duty m on January 10th of dresses. In addition to evaluat- ing construction methods, the judges will consider poise, Tommy Harper Touring Europe Mrs. A. A. Harper and Miss Juliette Hughes spent yester- day (Wednesday) in Montgo- mery, where they bid farewell to Tommy Harper as he boarded a plane for New Y6rk. On Satur- day, Tommy will depart from New York aboard the SS Raf. faello, an Italian liner. He will disenbark at Algectras, Spain, and then proceed to Madrid. While there he will Join a Cook'- Tour of Spain, Morocco and Portugal. The tour will spend several days in Palma, Majorca one of the Balearic Islands. Other cities will include Bar. celona, Granada, Tangier, Cas- ablanca, Marrakech, S e v i 11 e and Lisben. Following the tour, he will ~spend five days at Playa de Aro on the Costa Brava of Spain. Mr. Harper will next sightsee in Geneva, Swttzer. land; from there he will fly to Bergen, Norway, which is celebrating its 600th birthday this year. In Bergen he will join an American Express Tour of Norway, Sweden and Den- mark. After the tour ends in Copenhagen, Tommy will visit Amsterdam and Paris, wherehe will enjoy the festivities of Bastille Day. On July 18, he will depart from Europe on the Queen Elizabeth 1I to return to the States. E)R STATE TREASURER ~Ui]ject to Democratic Primary, May 5, 1970 YOUR VOTE AND YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED idow of G. Lamar Baggett, a war ... Employed in legal division of N Railroad ... Stenographer and file ~rk, chief clerk, to first assistant in your of State's Office... Active mem- of Women's Clubs, American Legion OES, and on the Board of her Urch . . . A proven record of efficient as your Secretary of State, Auditor State Treasurer. Mrs. Baggett's present term of Ceas State Treasurer she put into effect ~d administered a 1967 law requiring nks to pay interest on State deposits. successful administration of this law ~. already resulted in the general fund Alabama receiving over $8 million. She s insisted that as interest rates rise the pay the State more interest. This to a bonus for the general fund. VOTE FOR A PROVEN RECORD Pol, Adv. by friends of Agnes Baggett, Montgomery, Ale. grooming, suitability of gar- ment design, fabric and color in selecting winners from the field of more than fifty con- testants. Members of the Andalusia High Junior Four-H Club are assisting Extension Home Agent Barbara Becknell with the Dress Revue arrangements. Judges for this event have been selected from the various Ex- tension Homemakers Clubs in the county. The public is cor- dially invited to attend and sup- port these outstanding Four- H'~rs, THI~ ~PAC[ CONTRIBUTEL) 8Y THE PUSLJ H[.R Howwell should Water Patrolman O. G. because of boats capsizing oz Sanders of Florala has said occupants standing up and fall- that boating statistics compiled ing overboard than from any by the Water Safety Division other single cause. show that during the past year, Often, the boat's occupants as in previous years, more are not injured when this type Alabama boaters lost their lives accident occures, but the drownings that follow are the result of improper emergency procedures undertaken by the victims according to Sanders. For safety's sake, boatmen should train themselves in emergency procedures. San- a woman know her own body? Do you examine your breasts once a month for any sign of a lump or thickening? You should. Your awareness call help you help your doctor detect breast cancer. And the earlier breast cancer is detected and treated, the greater your chances for cure. It's up to you, too. I American Cancer Society ders explained the general rules of safety that boatmen should follow when their boat capsizes or In the event of a fall over board are: 1) Don't panic; 2) Stay with the boat until help arrives. 3) Don't try to swim to shore. 4) Use lifesaving devices. Nonswimmers, whenever they are out in an open boat, should always wear an apprv- ed lifesaving device. BE SAFE, HAVE FUNI I I I Respectfully Ask You To Consider Voting For, And Helping to Elect BURL RUSHING AS H RIFF OF COVINGTON COUNTY * Born and reared in Covington County. * Volunteered and served in the Korean War. * Educated through self-study courses--studies in psychology and criminology. * Age 37 - married - no ohildren. * In every respect qualified to hold the office of Sheriff * I will enforce the law. I will serve every citizen fairly and with respect. "I Will Stand With Any Man To Defend His Right" (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Burl Rushing, Andalusia, Alabama) l I I il II I Ill I _ III ELECT AN EFFECTIVE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR Elect - JOE MONEY has served in the Legislaturv from both Jackson and Jefferson Counties. He understands the pro- blems of both Rural and Urban Counties and HOW TO SOLVE THEM! - JOE MONEY voted AGAINST the Legislative pay raise, as the record shows. - JOE MONEY is a successful businessman who stands for SOUND GOVERNMENT. - VOTE JOE MONEY MAY 5. (pd. pol. adv. by Clarence F. Boggan, 1024 South 19th Ave., Birmingham, Ala.) I III I I I iii WILL YOU KINDLY HONOR Geneva County by electing J. A. Hughes for the No. 2 Place of the 40th District in the State Legislature. LET IT BE SAID loud and clear that the people of Covington County HUGHES and write your own courteous and gent- believe in fair play. VOTE FOR J. A. leman agreement. I PROMISE to work to fulfil all previous promises. I FURTHER PROMISE, if elected, that I will. introduce legislation to abolish the Legislative Agent for the 40th Distrmt. I ALSO PROMISE to make myself available in various ways to you. I will accept any collect telephone call by any voter m the 40th Dm- trict, (Telephone No. 588-2945) \ AS THE CAMPAIGN comes to a close, kindly accept my sincere appreciation for the courtesies shown me, and if by any reason beyond our control, I have missed seeing you, please take this as your invit- ation to support and vote for J. A. Hughes. WITH EXPERIENCE, dependability and appreciation. PD. POL. ADV. BY J. A. HUGHES, HARTFORD, ALA. J.. A. HUGHES