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PAGE 15 DISSE STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. '~c~'~'~r~,~,~-,~~~ of The_.Nixon internationalcoqperationisim- The to the cerned about ner,n.,on v. Administration In mamng u~ proving as we all move tocom- demand for drugs lies in edu- a serious problem; one that we ~ WEEKLY NEWSPAPEE statement has directed astepp- bat a common problem, cation. Street-corner myths have neglected but are nowm i vvIII .r"~'---#~~~ REPORT BY ed-up campaign against hard O~anizationsareinvestigat- oo ,o co.*en Hold Work " drugs, aimed chiefly at peddl- ing the effects of various drugs lured many of today's young the sake of our children, I ~ CONGR ESSMAN ers who are trading in young on the human system. The ob- into the one-way, dead-end of pray it will be dealt with ef- iiE~ WM. L. DICKINSON lives. The president has set up ject of such long-range studies drug abuse. However, ira- fectively. We must all face Ua- an across-the-board campaign is to produce facts so that mediate needs can best be met the facts and meet the chal- "'~'~ ~ N using foreign policy, education, potential users can be warned through a stepped-up enforce- ChurchThe DarlingtOnwill hold a work-in,Baptist ~~~.~ ;.\'~,~=~L.'~-'. :, ~"~ adequate financing and coopera- of the permanent dangers pos- ment as the shortcut to saving FOR REPRESENTATIVE f. ~rc0t[~ tion with state and local govern- ed by such drugs as LSD, marl- lives from drug traffic. May 30, beginning at 9:00 a.m., ~ ~ C ments, juana and heroin. Recognizing Solving the problem of drug PLACE #2, 405 DISTRICTto clean up the building and urse.Of ~e, otiationswiththe,overn- the differences in drugs, abuse will not be easy. It is Your vote and support is grounds for their coming ments of Turkey, France and changes are being sought in the a long, hard job. The drug earnestly solicited in my can- revival, June 1-6. Mexico to enlist their support penalty structure. Under pre- "problem" of the 1950sbecame dldacy for Representative, Ala- Women of the church will AmerK~n Youth incurring off the base of supply sent Federal law, marijuana, the drug crisis of the 1960s bama State Legislature, Place provide the lunch at noon for for heroin have begun. Opera- which is a hallucinogen, and and during the 1970s our nation #2, District 40, comprised of the workers, according to the tion Cooperation in Mexico is heroin, which is a narcotic, will have to repair the damages Covington and Geneva Counties. pastor, the Rev. Johnny Far- directed against the 15 percent both carry the same penalty, incurred by years of neglect I am a former State Senator guson, BBI student from Grace- "Every time you open it... ~ '~ '~ "~ '~" ~ ~" 3~" "~ '~ ~ ~ "~" of total heroin and 85 percent A dtfferentiation should be made of the drug war. As a former and this experience well qua- dlle Florida. of marijuana being smuggled between the "soft" and "hard" Judge of the Juvenile Court liftes me for a term as your The Rev. Charles A. Litzell makes your washday a fun the modern like the plagues and epidemics into our country. Since other drugs with the 'Chard" drug and a Judge of the Circuit Court, State Representative. of Interlachen, Florida, May thing..." youth. Just of former years, these drugs nations are also experiencing violators receiving mandatory and the father of four teenagers, It will be my intention to graduate of BBI, will be the ,,,, ~ ,, _ conduct this high position with visiting evangelist. Larry ~ 11 integrity and fairness to all Spann, church song leader, will / ! citizens in Covington and direct the music, with Mrs. Car Insurance Geneva counties. Fred Commander at the piano. Preparations for the week of tOO High? J. A. HUGHES services include three home Pd. Pol. Adv. by J. A. Hughes~ prayer meetings each Wednes- .~. P.O. Bx. 129, Hartford, Ala. day evening preceding the re- vival. Mrs. Buck Scorggins will FOR SHERIFF lead in ',packing the pews,', COVINGTON COUNTY according to Mr. Ferguson. In announcing that I am a "We are already experien- candidate for the nomination cing a revival, with numerous of Sheriff subject to the Demo- voluntary rededications re- cratic Primaries of May 5th cently. Our people have shown ,, and June 2nd, 1970, please let that they are ready to do what- r~ Change to me thank you again for the ever it takes for us to have a ~_> vote and support you gave me revival of religion in our com- ]~ Farm Bureau i four years ago. I received 48.1% reunify," he said. ... and keep of the total votes cast in the run-off election. I will always be grateful. I again respect- fully solicit your vote and sup- port and promise if elected to fulfill the duties of the office to the best of my ability. ELIE HARRELL (Pd. Pol, Adv. by Eli Harrell, Andalusia, Ala.) FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT h~ announcing as a candidate for the Alabama House of Re- presentatives, Place No. 2, for the 40th District, comprising Covington and Geneva counties, I earnestly solicit your vote and support. I was associated with the Covington ASC office for 16 years, and have some roots in Geneva County, aback- ground that should provide me the requirements to represent both counties effectively. I am running subject to the Demo- cratic primaries of May 5 and June 2. ? lenge to stop this drug menace that is destroying the fiber of much of our young generationl I' v the change. Bobble P. Snowden AGENT OFFICE PHONE 222-4133 HOME PHONE 222-5350 ANDALUSIA, ALA IN FLORALA CALL 8-5015 I HAROLD B. WISE Pd. Pol Adv. by Harold B. Wise, RFD 2, Kinston, Ala. FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY I hereby announce my can- didacy for re-election as Sheriff of Covington County. I have enjoyed my work with you and earnestly solicit your vote and influence for another four-year term. I pledge to continue to rigidly enforce the laws of this county and state and the same fair and impartial service. P. R. "Pap" GAHTT Pd. POI. Adv. by P.R. "Pap" Gantt, RFD 2, Andalusia, A1a. FLORALA HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM Saturday, June 6, 1970, 8 P.M. Sponsored By Florala Lions Club ADULTS $1.00 CHILDREN 50 CHILDREN UNDER AGE 6 ADMITTED FREE - featuring - The Evangels of Enterprise The Stroup Family Singers of Pensacola The Cavaliers of Milton '~l, ~ClV' by Citizens for Morrow ,% H ;~ Ron Williams, Chairman, Boaz, Ala. Morrow fought for a higher minimum wage. Morrow fought for the Fire Fighters Pension Fund Morrow fought for the Trade School Bill. Morrow fought for higher teachers salaries. Morrow fought for The Mental Health Bill. Morrow has sponsored and fought for six bills to outlaw conflicts of interest. MORROW WILL FIGHT FOR YOU AND FOR ALL ALABAMA HE NEEDS YOUR HELP-- VOTE MORROW JUNE 2ND for A Change In Your Sheriff's Department That Will Bring Several Changes To Benefit Every Citizen In Covington County A CHANGE IN THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE that will bring action throughout the County to give each citizen the protection it wants and the service they deserve. A CHANGE TO FULL-TIME law enforcement. Your Sheriff's office may be reached 24 hours a day by dfallp~ the telephone number. A CHANGE FOR PROVIDING Opp, Florala and Lockhart~ Red Level and Andalusia a 'P, esident', Deputy Sheriff. The people of each area will be consulted reference as to the selection of that deputy. A CHANGE TO CHECK every complaint and investigate every report of voflence and file a report on each matter that will be public record. A CHANGE TO A MAN that is a talented and experienced Investi- gator whose record proves that he is a tireless worker and a capable supervisor. A CHANGE IN THE SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT where you will have the assurance that every major crime, murder, rape, robbery, etc., will be handled in a professional manner. PD. POL. ADV. BY FRIENDS OF ELIE HARRELL, P. O. 3OX 178, LOCKHART, ALA.