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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECTI~_ I~SE~GREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. VIE SENIORS AT BANQUET - Members of the VIE Class at Florala High School who were at the banquet last week pictured are, seated from left: Mary Toole, Vlvlan ~'nompson, Linda Barnes, Debbie Poppell. Standing from left: Debbie Prldgen, Elizabeth Bates, Betty King, Ann Moody, Mary Roberts, Kathy Nobles and Sylvia Jackson. ERS OF For the wonderful lead you gave me in the first primary, District 4, and throughout Covington County. I ask for your vote and continued sup- port on May 30 and pledge, if elected, to do all in my power to conduct the Com- missioners office in an Honest and Effi- cient Manner. COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 4- RED LEVEL (Pal Pal. Adv bv T. H. (Tot) Maynard, Rt. 5, Dozier, Ala. ) !. /ili '~ YOU PLACED ME MAY Road Service is only a part of the job of a District Commissioner. May I give you a few of a Commissioners responsibilities and the qualifications a person should have to effectively fill this position. Road service includes maintenance of existing road and paving and building new roads. Heavy equipment experience is needed here. Handling of all County Tax Money. This means main- tenance and upkeep of all county offices, courthouse, [ailhouse, etc. Pay Court Cost. This means paying jurors, bailiff, and keeping court records. Pay for uniforms, cars and equipment for sheriff and deputies. Provide in the budget for contributions to libraries, men- tal health, etc. This needs good business experience. I feel that my 20 years experience and success with heavy equipr,.ent, house moving and forming along with business success qualifies me in all areas. I deeply regret I will miss seeing many of you in the few days that are left before the May 30 primary but plea- se accept this as a personal plea for your vote and in- fluence. COUNTY DISTRICT 2 COMMISSION q) O (Pd. pal, Adv. by O. D. Worfey, Rt. 3, Andslusla, Alabsms) 7th Annual VIE Dinner Held At FHS On May II, 1972 the Florala High School Cafeteria was the setting for the seventh annual V.I.E. dinner honoring employ- ers and trainers. Following the invocation by Elizabeth Bates, VICA presi- dent Ann Moody gave her wel- coming address. A delicious dinner that had been prepared by the high school cafeteria staff was enjoyed. The menu consisted of ham, scalloped potatoes, mixed vege[abIes, pear salad, rolls, apple pie a la mode and tea or coffee. The dinner was followed by the VICA Emblem Ceremony presented by Florala VICA of- ricers. Several reports were given by different V.I.E. stu- dents. Linda Barnes gave the speech on Safety that she had prepared for S. E. Alabama District VICA Contest. The guest speaker for the evening was Mr. E. C. Nevin, Director, MacArthur Techni- cal Institute, Opp, Alabama. Mr. Nevin's remarks challenged those present to determine to make the best of their talents. He implied that there will be increased and more varied op- portunities for vocational train- ing in Covington County. He then offered the challenge, "Where Are You Going?" In addition to the names of the V.I.E. seniors in the pic- ture, Jimmy Thompson and Robert Harrelson are not shown. • • • HANNA • • . WILLIS Hanna To Speak At Grace Baptist At the beginning of Grace Baptist Church it was the goal of the pastor to have at least one revival, one Missionary Conference and one Bible Con- ference each year. The annual Bible Conference for 1978 will be held during the period of May 18 through 21. This promises to be a real good coRference and several speakers have been scheduled to sneak durin~ this conference. The featured speaker for the whole conference will be well known Evangelist R. A. "Buddy" Hanna from Beaumont, Texas. One additional speaker will speak each night. On Thursday night Rev. Alfred Pontious from Davis Lane Baptist Church in DeFuniak Springs, Florida, will speak. Rev. Pontious is an ex- perienced pastor with a great knowledge of the Bible. On Fri- day night Hey. Ed Hamilton, pas- tor of East Highland baptist Church, Andalusia, Alabama, will be speaking. Rev. Hamilton is a graduate of Tennessee Tem- ple Schools, Chattanooga, Tennessee where Dr. Lee Roberson is the president. On Saturday night Rev. Sonny Mann, pastor of Wing Baptist Church, Wing, Alabama will be the spea- ker. Rev. Mann is a young pas - tar who should appeal to the young people. He is a graduate of Pensacola Bible College, founded by Dr. Peter Ruckman who is thepresident. Bro. Hanna will be the only speaker for the regular services Sunday, A special treat will be in store for the kids on Saturday after- noon at' 3 o'clock. They will assembly at the new church pro- perty on North Sixth Street for a demonstration of rope spin- ning and rope tricks by Bro. Buddy Hanna, the ex-cowboy and ex-professional wrestler. All boys and girls and any other interested versons sre in- vited to be present. Everyone is invited to the Bible Conference. Services will be from 7:00 to $:30 each night. Bus service will be provided each night the same as for re- gular services. The church is fortunate to have leading the music for the conference, Mr. Jimmy Willis of Crestview, Florida. Jimmyis well known in the Florala area. In addition to directing the sing- ing he will be doing special mu- sic each night of the confer- ence. He is an excellent tenor solist. LIBERTY HILL CALLS NEW PASTOR TO SERVICE The Liberty Hill Assembly of God Church has called as their pastor, Rev. and Mrs. Gordon L. Morrison and daughter, Pa- tricia, of Crestvtew, Florida. Rev. Morrison is formerly of Luverne, Alabama and has pas- tored several churches includ- ing Brantley, Alabama, Ft. Wal- ton Beach, Milligan, Florida, and others. Rev. Morrison and familyac- cepted the pastorate May 7, 1972, and will be moving to tim par- sonage the week of May 22. Everyone is invited to attend the Liberty Hill Assembly of God Church and welcome the new pastor. Consumers Want to Know by MARGARET SPADER Director of Consumer Affairs National Association of Manufacturers I'd like to buy a room air conditioner but I don't know what to look for. Please give me some suggestions. Appliance experts advise that you assemble facts such as the size of the room to be cooled- the height, length and width, the direction the room faces, the type of win- dow--such as casement, dou. ble-hung, etc., and the elec- trical voltage in your home. This information will help the salesman determine the cooling capacity you need and the best unit to do the job. Then you should ask about noise level, temperature con- trois, and filter. You should also find out how to clean and replace the air deflection fea- tures. Also consult use-and- care instructions. THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, ;4k~l~ LBWJC Accepting Summer Apphc . Applications are currently "being accepted at Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College for the summer program for high school students who wish to earn early college credit. One of the most popular ser- vices offered at LBW, the Ac- celerated High School Program is open to any student who has completed the tenth or eleventh grade maintaining a "B" aver- age. Students must also have the approval of their principal and/or superintendent. High school students accept- ed for the summer program may attend either or both oI the two sessions scheduled for the Sum- mer quarter. The dates for the two terms are June 6 - July 14, first session and July 18 - August 23, second session. Students may enroll in any of the courses regularly available to LBW freshmen. Full college credit will be granted upon suc- cessful completion of the cour- ses. This credit is recorded on the individual's academic re- cord and becomes a part of his work if he later attends LBW or any other institution of high- er learning. The Accelerated High School Program was initiated at LBW during the sc4 1 and has been ~ .mL Alabama State rM ,ion. Leading ~JLI I dies reveal tl~-'-' , pTclassm..t , il" y and mat u~lS~ in college-leveIjl."" program also alll, illie the high schoole~ Rou lege work. r~ble Application ~I~ tional informa , Charles Vivere!,~( State Junior C01~hl Alabama. [C.oUr For the tremendous you gave me in the First Primary. Also, you, the voters, spoke again when you voted over 65% for a change in this office. I will always be humble and grateful for the kind- ness and confidence that you have in me. My pro- mise to you is to bring this District One out of the red and put this County on a Pay as You Go Basis. SO LET'S ALL OF US GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE FOR AND ELECT W.W.(Woodrow) DISTRICT ONE (OPP) ( Pd. Pal. Adv. by W. W. (Woodrow) Harper, Route 2, OPp, Ala.) ICT 3 Friends, this is Cliff Maddox With all sincerity my family and I wish to say thank for your vote and support in the May Second Primary. WE HUMBLY SOLICIT YOUR CONTINUEI) INTEREST AND VOTE IN THE MAY 30TH RUN-OFF. .... - -- Jl To the people of District Three, the Florala District, I pledge my constant concern for your interests, honest in all matters and to do my part to see that there will be a dollar's value r~ceived for every dollar spent. I will be in the District after being elected, daily at the yard, in Florala or out in the District, and I will be where you can reach me by telephone at my home day or night, or by short-wave radio which I will have installed at my home and in my car. I have lived 43 years in the Stanley Community, home of the famous barbecue suppers. I REMEMBER ME. WHEN YOU GO TO THE POLLS, MAY (Pd. Pal. Adv. by cliff Moddox, Andalusia, Ala.)