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IMAIE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE~I, BJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 5 HELP KEEP FLORALA COVERED DONATE m Our welcome here to do your part to covered on Fri- when the Regional Bloodmobile visits will be given Church Fel- Do yourself proud go over her visit. briefly, you will find medical criteria for selec- tion of blood donors. These criteria are in accordance with the minimum requirements of the national institutes of health under whose license all Red Cross Blood centers operate: ACUPUNCTURE: Deferred for six (6) months following. I}ill Payment AGE: Persons 17 through 65 are accepted. NOTE: Per- sons 17 years of age are ac- cepted, provided they have writ- ten consent of parent or guar- dian. ALLERGY: Allergies to food or drugs, seasonal allergy, hay fever, etc., may be accepted if donor has no symptoms the day of donation. A history of ch- ronic asthma is cause for de- ferment unless the donor has been free of symptoms for a of blood. Prospective donors should have eated within four (4) hours of donation. DIZZY SPELLS: All on an individual basis. DONATIONS (INTERVALS) : There must be at least 8 weeks or 56 clays between donations. EARS (PIERCED) : Are de- ferred for 6 months following piercing. EPILEPTICS: Do not ac- cept. FAINTING: All on an in- prolonged period, dividual basis. ANTI-BIOTICS: No anti- ~IEART TROUBLE: History Women's Benefitsbi°ticsfor°ver2weeksPr°- affd physical finding of cardio- longed anti-biotic treatment for vascular disease to be evalua- skin disorder is acceptable 48 ted. deadline for eligible for a GI Bill pay- away, Administration attended school GI Bill between June October 24, 1972, to receive a lump $30 per month •an hHarlan girl's 4-H eld their final re- of the 1976 year for each month in training. The payment is to equalize bene- fits with male veterans who were married while in train- ing. Women veterans must contact a VA regional office before July 1 and must furnish proof of mar- riage while in training to be paid the retroactive sum. Letters with a form on the reverse which should be com- pleted and mailed to a VA re- gional office before July 1, were mailed by VA to 75,000 women veterans in February. This group attended school un- der the GI Bill during the spec- ified time period, but the agency does not have the authority to pay without receiving applica- tions from these veterans. Women who training after Oc- tober 24, 1972, have already been paid on the same basis as their male counterparts. The law does not allow the additional amount for husbands to be paid to women who trained under the World War II and Korean Con- flict GI Bills• Assistance on applications can be obtained from VA offic- es and from veterans service organizations• ~t of this meeting dress revue. entered the Sherry Norris in Dress Di- Hunt in the Se- and Debra Advanced of the elementary Cawthon Was beautifully de- n spring theme by of the de-Compl :: Sherry Jackson, De- etes r Jackson, Ka- Helen Jackson. for this annual Trai ing Mrs. Nolan Laird, Maddox and Mrs. students who en- dress revue tra- on Thurs- April 15, for the revue. Sher- and Debra Brooks in their respec- Karen Hunt in the Senior Skirt Navy t Fireman Apprentice Terry Carl Cawthon, son of Mr• and Mrs. Harold Cawthon of 12 Poplar Street, Fl0rala, Alabama, was graduated from recruit training at the Naval Training Center, Orlando, Flo- rida. Classes include instruction in seamanship, military regula- tions, firefighting, close order drill, first aid and Navy history. A former student of Florala High School, he joined the Navy in January 1976. of the Junior worked enthu- the entire year recognized at an wogram to V. COVINGTON my candi- re-election to the Commission- subject to the 4 and May 25. for your vote, has- record and will Your support. I ask my past record will assure you conscientious ser- JERRY ADAMS FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3 I announce my candidacy for election as Member Board of Commissioners, Covington County, District 3, subject to the May 4 and May 25 Demo- cratic Primaries. Rest assured that I will stand up for what I feel to be in the very best interest of allofCov- ington County. Thank you for what you have done and please again. TRENT LEWIS (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Trent Le- wis, Florala, Alabama.) [dv. by Jerry Ad- L) COVINGTON solicit your vote my candidacy ~r of the board of County Commis- 1, (Opp), sub- Pri- 4.and May 25, to see each of Any support me will be sin- W. W. HARPER FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4 (Red Level) I hereby announce my can- didacy for member of the board Covington County Commission, District 4, subject totbeDemo- cratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. If you honor me with elec- tion, l will serve all the people of Covington County to the very best of my ability. LLOYD RoDGERS (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Lloyd Rod- gers, Route 3, Red Level, Ala- bama.) Adv. by W. W. 2, Opp, Ala- COVINGTON :erely FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION :e of Member of the DISTRICT 4 (Red Level) Covington County I hereby announce my candi- dacy for member of Covington offer my record of County Commission, District 4, commissioner in subject 'to the Democratic Pri- terms aed hope maries of May 4 and May 25, enough to merit 1976. and support of Your vote and support will Voters. be greatly appreciated. BILLY HUGHES (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Billy Hughes, Gantt, Alabama.) T. IVEY POWELL I. Adv. by I. Ivey 8, Andalusia, hours following discontinuance of the medication. BLOOD PRESSURE: Must be between 100 and 180 ram. Ha. systolic and, generally speak- ing, less than I00 ram. Ha. diastolic. This is actually to be evaluated by the physician in attendance. BREATH, SHORTNESS OF: All on an individual basis. CANCER: Except for minor skin lessions, is reason for de- ferral. Donors who have had infectious monomucleosis are acceptable for 6 months, unless complicated by jaundice. CHEST PAIN: All on an in- dividual basis. CONVULSIONS: Accept no epileptics. CORTISONE: Cortisone the- rapy 48 hours - 48 hours fol- lowing oral - in joint - any time. COUGH, PRESISTENT: All on an individual basis. DIABETES: Diabetics re- quiring medication for control should be deferred, but are acceptable if controlled by diet alone. DIET: There is no restric- tion on diet prior to donation HEPATITIS: JAUNDICE CO- NTACT: Donors with a history of hepatitis will not be permit- ted to donate blood. Closecon- The 25th Annual Cardiovas- cular Scientific Sessions, spon- sored by the Alabama Heart Association, will be held May 13-14 at the Birmingham-Jef- ferson Civic Center. Announce- ment of the meeting was made by Richard O. Russell, Jr., M.D., Birmingham, President of the Association. This year's sessions will produce a first in that the physician and nurse meetings will be combined and a one day program on the 13th will be held for Dietitians and Nutri- tionists. Chairmen for the one and a half day sessions are: Glenda tact within the preceding 6 months with a person who has "vital hepatitis, or with a patient on hemodialysis automatically excludes a prospective donor from giving. Morticians having contact with known hepatitis or specimen from such patients should be deferred for 6 months. ILLNESS WITHIN THE LAST MONTH: Accept at the dis- cretion of their physician. IMMUNIZATIONS: 24-hour waiting period after immunica- tion if symptom free for the following: cholera, diphteria, influenza, paratyphoid, plague, pertussis, polio, salk, rabies duck embryo vaccine, rocky mountain spotted fever, tetanus, typhoid, typhus. A two-week waiting period after immunication for: men- Barnes, R. N., Birmingham, Nurse Education; Phillip Wat- kins, M. D., Birmingham, Phy- sician Education, and Cindy Wagner, R. D., Birmingham, Dietetic Education. Non-medical members of the Association will attend a series of workshops at the Bir- mingham Hyatt House on the 13th and participate in the 2nd Annual Delegate Assembly in the afternoon. All groups will come together on the night of the 13th to ho- nor Dr. Russell as outgoing President. Lawrence Lamb, M. D., San Antonio, will be the speaker. For eleven years, MILK GLASS PLANTER AND MILK GLASS FOOTED BOWL GIVE YOUR HOME OR APARTMENT A TOUCH OF WARMTH. WITH THESE BEAUTIFUL GLASS PLANTERS. JUST RIGHT FOR YOUR FAVORITE LIVE INDOOR PLANTS. CAN ALSO BE USED FOR ARTIFICIAL FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS. MAKES WONDERFUL TABLE CENTERPIECES. OUR REG. PRICE $1.47 8U,L IEilIC qO ARTIFICIAL ROSE 8 FULL ROSES. 6 BUDS, PLUS GREENERY. ALL IN A BUNCH. 6 COLORS. BUSHES. FOR WESTINGHOUSE "SOFT WHITE" LIGHT BULBS sles (rubeola), mumps, polio (sabin), smallpox, yellow fever. (Donors acceptable after scab has fallen off, or two weeks after an immune reaction has occurred.) Three-months waiting period after immunization for german measles (rubeola). One year rabies - all vaccines f~zllowing a bite. JAUNDICE See [lepatitis above. KIDNEY DISEASE: All on an individual basis. MALARIA: If the donor has not had an occurrence of ma- laria within 6 months, he may give blood. If the donor has taken anti-malarial drugs, he is deferred for 6 months after leaving a malarious area. MEASLES (german): Seelm- 60-75-100 WATT Dr. Lamb served as Chief of Clinical Sciences for the U.S. A.F. Aerospace Medical Cen- ter and was a key scientist in the nation's man-in-space pro- gram. He is a former Pro- fessor of Medicine at Baylor University, and his patients have included many prominent citizens, among them, the late President Lyndon Johnson. Dr. Lamb is considered an autho- rity on electrocardiography exercise in health, aerospace medicine and aspects of pre- venting heart disease, and ag- ing. His daily medical column appears in eleven Alabama new- spapers. Dr. Lamb is often BULBS FOR LARGE PLANTERS mininations above. PREGNANCY: During pre- gnancy and for 6 weeks after delivery, abortion, or miscar- riage, women will not be ac- cepted. Nursing mothers are not accepted. SKIN: The venipuncturesite- It's must be free of skin disease. Minor skin ailments, acne, psoriasis, etc., should not us- ually be reason for deferment. TATTOO: Are deferred for 6 months following. TUBERCULOSIS: A history of recent active tuberculosis is cause for deferment. Donor may be accepted fftuberculosis .... has been arrested for over five :::;: years. WEIGHT: Prospective do- nors must weigh at least II0 pounds. MADE OF LIGHTWEIGHT, NEARLY INDESTRUCTABLE NEW - GEM ROC. ALL IN A RANGE OF MOST WANTED COLORS. CHOOSE FROM THESE STYLES: 15" CLASSIC PEDESTAL PLANTER ROCK PLANTER COLUMN PLANTER ARCHITECTURAL PLANTER 15" POT PLANTER ORNAMENTAL URN 13" REDWOOD PLANTER BEAUTIFUL INDOORS OR OUT. OUR REG. $6.97 ONE-SHOT LYE UNCLOGS DRAINS 7 OZ. SIZE OUR REG. PRICE .38C CANS FOR Sale Prices Good Thru May 8 PATIO VEGETABLE PLANTER' FLORALA, ALA. GROW CRISP GARDEN VEGETABLES ON BALCONY OR GROUND LEVEL PATIOS. MAY ALSO BE USED TO GROW DECORATIVE HOUSE PLANTS. MADE OF STURDY CLAY COLORED STYRO FOAM. GIANT SIZE• OUR REG. PRICE $1.66 SOUTH FIFTH ST. DETECTO BATH SCALES 280 POUND CAPACITY ACCURATE, LONG LASTING Broil A Steak T-Bone or Sirloin Beef porterhouse steak, (-at i #o '2 m:hes thick and/or lice[ sirloin steak, cut I to 2 inches thick Salt and pepper Gourmet sauce, if deslred Place steaks on grill over ash- referred to as the "Doctor who coverrd coals so tops of l-inch makes 91 million house calls steaks are 2 to 3 inches froth heat; every week." 2-inch thick steaks, 3 to 5 inches A highlight of the meeting fio:u heat. Broil at a moderate will be entertainment by B. C. tenlperature. When one side is browned, turn, season and finish Jones of Birmingham as he cookin~ on the second side. Season. does his outstanding portrayal Steaks cut 1 inch thick require ap- of "Mark Twain." Jones is a proximately 18 to 20 niinutes for drama graduateofSamfordUni- ,a,e and 20 to :?5 minutes for me- versify, and has performed dium Steaks cut 2 inches require Twain throughout thesoutbeast, approximately 30 to 40 mim|tes He has had the distinction of for rare and 35 to 45 minutes for working with John Chappel, medium. Hal Holbrook's co-performer of Presented By the "Mark Twain Tonight Alabama Cattlemen's Assn. Show." Alabama CowBelles lEACH 6 QT. ALUMINUM BLANCHER AND SPAGHETTICOOKER BLANCH VEGETABLES AND FRUITS. COOK SPAGHETTI AND MACARONI. ALSO CAN BE USEDFOR A COLANDER. FRENCH FRYER, OR A COVERED POT. ALUMINUM CANNER 20 QUART POT CANNER HOLDS7 QUART OR7PINTJARSAT ONE TIME. ALSO GREAT FOR PREPARING BANQUET SIZE, PORTIONS OF FOOD WHEN NOT CANNING. YOUR CHOICE 7 Jar With Rack Roll-On Anti-Perspirant. 2 I/2 OZ. SIZE OUR REG. PRICE $1.43 GOLD CARNIVAL OVAL BOWL ADDS ATOUCH OF CLASS TO YOUR TABLE OUR REG. PRICE $2.22 EACH FOR