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LLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. EWS - THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1974 PAGE 7 orala ol v at Flo- May sixth, se- stu- Partici- be groups ever gym With to help group area hat held team l~reens or Voters Of an County ool whites (school colors). The winning teams were as follows: 6th boys - whiteteam; 6th girls tie; 7th boys - green team; 7th girls - green team; 8th boys - white team; 8th girls - green team. The highlight of every Field Day is when the entire student body eats outside from sack lunches prepared by the school lunch room. After lunch the elementary grades returned to class and the Junior High students re- turned to Field Day activities with free play for about an hour, under the trees of the re- cently purchased new FCSplay- ground. Thoroughly soiled from the romping during free play, the group returned to the gym somewhat less energetic, elementary grades joined them there. The mighty Falcons played the faculty and Florala City School Board members and the Falcons were "Felled" by the grueling determination of the older team. Score 32-29. Spi- rits didn't seem too dampened, however, because the day had been such a fun day, a pleasant day, and most of all, a Barday. .... Boys put forth all their effort in VolleybaliGame .... , Girls enioy new sport, tenna-court . . Shady area provides ideal spot for volleyball . , 7th & 8th Graders Enjoy Basketball in gym l Tim W Ills T Featured Iml N the Music and Drama Depart- ments will present the Broad- way musical, "Finian's Rain- bow", at 8:00 p.m. on Thurs- day and Friday, May 16 and 17." LBW instructors Richard Jones and Jerry Padgett, co- directors for the production, r~port that the enthusiastic cast has risen admirably to the chal- lenge presented by this bril- liantly imaginative show. Both are looking forward to a duplication of the enormous success it has enjoyed in its numerous productions all over the civilized world. Finian's Rainbow holds a se- cure place among the list of truly great musicals. A long run Broadway hit, the show originally opened in New York in 1947, producing such hit tunes as "How Are Things in Glocca Morra", "at' Devil Moon", "If This Isn't Love", "Something Sort of Grandish" and many more. In recent years the show returned to Broadway and a movie ver- sion was made. As student director for LBW's production, Peggy Gre- gory of Greenville, is also a Goffery Smith And Family o, .c- companiment is by Angle Sas- On "Vidalia Scene" An Army career man, Sgt. Goffery Stephen Smith; his at- tractive young wife and their eight year old daughter Lisa Michelle are on the "Vidalia Scene" this week. Sgt. Smith has been assigned Honors Day to Vidalia by the U.S. Army Recruiting Service and they are making their home on Country Club Drive A native of Florala, Alabama, he is married to the former Virginia Carrol Young who was born in Hyden, Ky., but grew up in Florida. The couple spent the first three years of their married life in Wildflecken, Germany and it was there, their daughter was born. He is a Viet Nam veteran and upon his re- turn to the states he was sta- tioned at Ft. Leonard Wood, Mo. On assignment to Vidalia, Sgt. Smith brought his family to Vidalia Sgt. Smith graduated Druy State University, Mo., and since he began his army life he has graduated U.S. Army Non- Commissioned Officers Aca- demy; Drill Sgt. Academy; Combat Engineer NCO School; NCO Engineer Advanced Course and U.S. Army Adju- tant General School He has been awarded the Bronz Star; Army Acco- midation Medal; Good Conduct Medal, 3rd Award; National Defence Medal; Vietnam Cam- paign Medal, with four cam- paign stars; Drill Sgt. Badge; Recruiters Badge and two Overseas bars. Mrs. Smith received her edu- cation in the Florida schools and throughout her husband's army career she has found much pleasure working on the army posts with Army Com- munity Services. Now she is enjoying being a housewife and mother and she says she likes living in Vidalia and finds it a very pleasant and hospitable place to live. Eight year old Lisa Michelle who received her American Citizenship papers in Novem- her of 1973 is a second grade student in the J.D. Dickerson School. The family enjoys bowling, fishing, golf, camping and reading. They attendtheGrace United Methodist Church. '7 4 At ser, choreography by Becky Padgett and lighting by P.J. McGlung. The cast features LBW stu- dents David Carroll of Anda- lusia, Tim Willis of Florala, Connie Rawls of Andalusia, Da- vid McClure of Greenville, Mike Thomas and Steve West of Andalusia Additional cast members include Sandolyn Sanders, Sue Ann Jones, Samuel Shake- speare, Jimmy Gibbons, PaN A Senate Agriculture Com- mittee set an "established price" for wheat, feed grains and cotton amounting to 70 per cent of parity. The es- tablished prices would be adjusted each year accord- ing to changes in production cost. Residents throughout the area are invited to join stu- dents and instructors at Lur- leen B. Wallace State Junior College on Friday, May I?, for Honors Day '74. Thecere. monies will begin at I0:00 am. in the Bishop Student Centeron campus. An annual event, the college will salute both freshmen and sophomores who have achieved prominence in the fields of aca- demics as well as those who have been outstanding in lead- ership roles Certificates and awards will be presented to students who have excelled in academic work Division awards will also be presented to outstand- ing students in the major aca- demic divisions of the college In addition, numerous campus clubs and organizations will present awards for excellence. The James B. Allen Award, considered the most prestigous academic honor a student can receive at LBW, will be pre- sented to the graduate who has achieved the highest grade point average during their two years at the Andalusia college. Featured speaker for this se- cond annual Honors Day will be Dr. Eugene D. Nichols, of Flo- rida State University. Peggy Lindsey Tapped Sgt. Smith is the son of Mrs. Peggy Lindsey, a sophomore Gertha Smith of Paxton, Flo- at Huntingdon College inMont- rida, and brother to Mrs. Jim gomery, was tapped for mem- Rodgers of Lockhart. bership in Gamma Mu, national liams, Barbara Kennedy and Melonie Kennedy of Luverne; Shelia Register and Diane Lindsey of Highland Home; Lin- da Revell, Johnny Creel and USlCa Beth Temple of Opp; Perry Norris and Wanda Strops of Dozier; and Sandra O. Rails of Evergreen. Tickets may be obtained in advance by contacting the col- lege or purchased at the door. Admission will be $1.75 for adults and $I.00 for students. Conme Kawls m An(lalusla, ana Tim WllllS of l"iorala, are ob- i, iously enjoying rehearsals at LBW State Junior College where the Broadway musical, "Finean's Rainbow" will be presented at 8:00 pm. on Thursday and Friday, May 16 and, 17. Both talented singers, Miss Rawls and Willis will be featured in the show's hit tunes such as "O1' Devil Moon", "Bow Are Things in Glocca Morra", and many more. YOUR VOTE IS APPRECIATED I wish to express my sincere thanks and gratitude to the voters of Covington County for the4r support in the Democatic Primary on May 7, and to the other candidates for conducting an honest, above-board campaign throughout the entire primary. To those voters who supported me in the primary, a sincere thank you from the bottom of my heart. To those who did not vote on May 7, or who voted for another candidate, I earnestly solicit your vote and support in the June 4th run-off. I pledge to you, the voters of Covington County, that I will continue to orovide you with a vigorou, fair Sheriff's office which will work around the clock to meet your law enforcement needs. I want the vote an support of all the people of Covington County and ask that you give my candidacy your serious consideration in the June 4th run-off. Sincerely, CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF, COVINGTON COUNTY (pd. pol. Adv. By Elie Harrell, Andalusia, AIo) , music honorary, during a re- ( lVing Me The college. PLANNED USE REPORT cent special convocation at the : She is the daughter of Mr. GENERAL REVENUE SHARING z "ate O f Florala. publish a report of its plans for the use of these funds to inform its citizens and to encourage their participation in deciding how =. and Mrs. Gorman R. Lindsey,General Revenue Sharing provides federal funds directly to local and state governments. The law requires each government to .O the money ought to be spent. Within the purposes listed, your government may change this spending plan. PLANNED EXPENDITURES I THE GOVERNMENT OF ' ~,~ (: nfide.c(- Mrs. Claire McKay CATEGORIES (A) I CAPITAL(B) I .................. OPERATING/I FLORRLR t~ ITY "" I~SLIUSLIC SAFETY [~ ~...~ l .m ~... I ANTICIPATING A GENERAL REVENUE SHARING PAY-f~ 2 ENVIRONMENTAL1 - I - I MENT OF ~; ~e..,J Didv.el- May 7. ,.,=,*- Passes A way PRO*ECT.ON Is IS I FOR THE FIFTH ENTITLEMENT PERIOD. JULY 1. 1974 )U 3 PUBLIC I [ I THROUGH JUNE 30.1975, PLANS TO SPEND THESE TRANSPORTATIONI$ |$ ~ FUNDS FOR, THE PURPOSES SHOWN. Mrs. Claire McKay, age 84, - - ~ Ii/ACCOuNTNO.~::L 2 ta2t~ ta~2 Alabama House Of R a resident of Dallas, Texas. ,,,ALTH ,= ,= , passed away in a Dallas Has- - ~ ~ I FLQRFILR CITY I Sincerely Pledge To Work. For pitat, Tuesday, May 7, 1974. . "'CR T,ON is Ok O0 is6000 I .t oR She was a native of Houston t , Efficient, And Progress,ve County, Alabama and hadbeen 6" LIBRARIESI iS !~1)~-~l~[ a resident of Dallas for the $ " FLORRLR FILFIBFIFIR 3;(;442 past 50 years. She was the 7 SOC]A~SERVICES [_ l_ - I nment For All The }e,)ple. daughter of the late Mr. and " ~[~'O'R~'O-O, I$ [$ J Mrs. James H. 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I" ~"~"'-"~_._ I assure the Secretary of the Trel~ry that the non-discdmi~l- Chatom, Alabama. 12 HOUSING & COM- ].. tion and other statutory requirements listed In Part E of the MUNSTY DEVELOPMENT~:~ . instructions accompanying this report will be complied with Graveside services were 13 ECONOMIC ~. by th~ recipient government with respect to the entitlement held Friday at II:00 a.m. at~ ~3EVEL~V~ENT[$ ~ _ful~r~)l~rtedher,(~ ~ /' " OEWLOPMENT V " Greenwood Cemetery in FIo- 14 OTHER (S ec= -- "~--- " 14 OTHER (Specify)I~ Batesrala withofficiating.the ReverendBurial wasJe ................. r ~/ Signature of Chief Executive Officer PD. POL. ADV. BY FRANK JACKSQq, OPP, AL B MA in the Florala Greenwood ~ .Te~== ~_ ~v-~l- Mavet~ ~/1~'1~/7~ Cemetery with Evans Funeral is TOTALS - -Nams&'fltls--Please Print" " O~ ~" Home directing. ..