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I@E @SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. U].IUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. pA NEWS- THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1975 ..... SI~NATOR E. C. (CRUM) FOSHEE LBW Commencement Speaker ee )I students, al- record- be among the during exercises Wallace State on Sunday el- !. The cere- 4:00 in the address by State Se- Foshee, of William Me- President, will degrees College's fiRh exercises. granted to require- Sylvia Knight Donaldson, A.A.; Judy Gaff Taylor, A.S.; Bet- hany Temple, A.A.; Nancy El- aine Weeks, A.A. Pleasant Home - Elizabeth Lou Brown, A.A.; James La- duh Fall[n, A.S.; Jerry Myer Rolling, A.A.; Virginia Rebecca Selwyn, A.A. Red Level - John Ervin Am- mons, A.S.; Harry Blocker, A. A.; Ellen Patricia Green, A.S.; Cynthia Katherine Mclntrye, A. A.; Amy Huston Morgan, A.A.; Wynora Ann Morgan, A.A.; She- la O. Matt, A.S.; Lillian Elane Oglesby, A.A.; Johnnie M. Oli- ver, A.S.; Rebecca Ann Rod- gers, A.A.; Hughbert Daniel Smith, A.A.; Susan Ernest[he Turner, A.A.; Polly Ann We- and Asso- ges, A.A. Science. In Straughn - James DavidBar- of Cam- ton, A.S.; Linda Louise Bry- "Presented to complet- era, A.A.; Dermic Lenoal Car- ter, A.A.; Rhonda Kay Driver, A.S.; Joan Hammett Lassiter, A.S.; Bennie Lomax Moore, A. S.; Aubrey Lewis Owens, A.S.; Roy Max Smith, A.S.; Kim Douglas Staley, A.S. irams in Se- News 11 teres cont. From Front les Crum, some 50 strong per- By Merle Woodham formed beautifully to a most ap- preciative audience. Selections played by the Gold Band includ- ed Rimsky-Korsakov, arrange- Gitenstein Foundation ment by Forsbald, Atlantis (Tome Poem) by Douglas Wil- lis W. Livingston's Synopsis for Band; M. Hamlisch's The Source OfGreat Way We Were and selections from Carole King Tapestry, King arrangement by Schlei- Enco ragement To fer. The Green Band, minus the ~ 12 seniors and adding 12 Flo- vale City School and Lockhart students, played F. Erickson's Area Youth Air for Band and M. Vincenr s Dry Bones, with John W. Her- low directing. " Harlow was student teacher at FHS this I know that area parents, whose children will benefit this year year. from the generosity of the Gitenstein Foundation, through scho- Connie Adams was piano so- larship and band camp awards, wouldliketojoin me in expressing loist for the Carol King hum- sincere appreciation to Ann and Seymour Gitenstein. bers. They have been a great source of strength and encouragement to both parents and students alike through the years. The scho-~ ~;'~#~ ~.~ E RS larship awards they present, particularly when given in memory of ~.,. a dear loved one, means more to the families involved than they (/ will ever know. We can take great pride in having families, such as the Git- ensteins, as a part of our community. Ann and Seymour are ~ two of the greatest boosters our youths posess. I don't know of two nicer people to have on your side. p To those of you who are interested, the Gitenstein Foundation-- "~ began giving awards in 1957. Since that time, a total of 463, including band and other special awards, have been presented to Florala and Paxton youths. E I think it is high time the Gitensteins took a bow and accepted i j~ L the credit due them. Our hats are off to you, Ann and Seymour Gitenstein, for being [ SPORTS SPOTLIGHT such terrific supporters of our youth, their aspirations and ideals. ~[ JOYS OF BICYCLI NG We love you and many, many thanks[ ~ Now's the time to take to the open road. Over 100 -- ~ -- ~ ~~ ~ ~ million cyclists did it last year! Pedal for pleasure, good heMth or mobility. Cycling MEXICAN STYLE KRAUT AND FRANKS is one form of transportation (Makes 6servings) not affected by the energy 6 slices bacon 4 cups drained shortage. Just keep on pump- 1/2 cup chopped onion Silver Floss tug--those leg muscles that 1 clove garlic, 2 tsp. sugar is! Here are some records crushed 1/4 cup chopped to strive for: 1/2 cup diced green pimento Can you top the GREAT- pepper Barbecued franks EST DISTANCE traveled in 24 HOURS? Englishman Roy Fry bacon in large skillet until browned and crisp; Cromock went507miles. remove to paper towels. Pour off all but 2 tablespoons * bacon drippings from skillet; add onion and garlic Age is no factor. In 1973, and saute until tender. Add green pepper and stir just Becky Gorton--ll 1/2 years until crisp-tender. Stir in kraut, sugar and pimento old--rode to Boston from and cook just until hot. Crumble bacon and reserve Olympia, We. in 6 1/2 weeks! half for garnish. Toss remaining bacon with kraut She's the YOUNGEST TO nuxture; place in hot serving dish and garnish with CYCLE COAST TO COAST. reserved bacon. Serve with barbecued franks. * * -- BIKER'S BROTH Mix I can (10 1/2 ounces) Im~.,~D- ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Campbell's Beef Broth, 1/2 soup can apple juice, and ! ~ dash cinnamon. Pour over ice cubes; or heat and serve hot. t ~e Makes about 2 cups, Winning The Truth Shall Make You Free PAGE 13 "Who" s Who Among fusic Students" MISS CINDY WOODHAM, ROBERT ROLLINS, AND BERATTA GOMILIAON were recognized, during award presentations at the Sprin~ Concert May 20 for hawn~ b(,vn ,letted to Who's Who Among Musir Students in American lligh Schools, m recogHti(m t()r (;/,trt ,,,din~ u,rrH and ar- zomplishment as a student at Florala High School All three students are srvon-year members of the Florala Wthtcat Band. Misses Woodham and Gem[ilion are flutist R(,lhns is an excellent Saxaphone player A learned man is an idler who kills time by study All the parts work together. A simple pullover becomes By." REV. JACK E. ROOPER class is a costume when teamed with istory of the a Monsanto polyester navy 136 Martin Drive to break and white plaid skirt by Barboursville, W. Va. 25504 mark. During Caprito and a fringed shawl 54 by Rosanna. ITS OOK-OlfiTIME LBW's has near- TRY THE WORK OF SATAN Here is a statement made by Gus Hall, general secretary number with I01 ~ requirements. Mi Of City of the Communist Party U. S. A., while attending the funeral atternoon pro- nutes CLUB STEAKS o, Eugene Dennis In February, 1961: "I dream of the hour With aninvoca- when the last congressman is strangled to death on the guts of the last preacher - and since the Christians seem to love graduate Steve " tlsia, presidentrecognitions C cil Meeting to sing about the blood, whynot give them a little of it? Slit the throats of their children and drag them over the mourner's ~vernment As- oun ial iil eoch and t.e pul t aoda.o them to drown their 0. ', Dean Of Stu- iiadmli~i~:::SH~l~i:;;a!oe~?y:!!~S%ti~ingI~he~i{a!:@ns~iy~SSu}~ bw the welcom- Regular meeting of Florala by Mickler and seconded by Dr. Charles City Council, May 19, 1975, Hutchinson. All in favor, need them. We ve got the Student Non.Violent Co.ordinating of Instruction. Florala City Hall at 4 P.M. Mayor Evans informed coun- Committee and Students for a Democratic Society (S. D.S.) program willPresent: Mayor Joe R. cil that Mrs. LillianThames re- as by freshman Evans; Council members: Jack quested a street light for West going for us." ~s, the reigning Zorn, Wilson Jones, VictorAn- 8th Avenue and also two street Now, we must agree with Mr. Hall that no doubt his state. L Wallace State derson, Sybil Mickler, Venia lights would be needed for the ments are true; but I feel that he has failed to mention the one big organization going for his party, the National Council of and Tim Willis, Hutchinson; City Clerk: Martha park behind Carver School. On Churches (N. C.C.). The reason I say this is because their Will be making J. Byrd; Visitor: Mr. Johnny a motion by Hutchinson and se- views are almost identical. Here are just a few of the many Lceasastudent Smith. conded by Mickler, council up- objectives of the National Council of Churches which are, ceivinghisde- The meeting was called to proved order of lights with all incidentally, the same as those of the American Communist 'lass of 1975. order by Mayor Evans. Mrs. in favor, party: 1. Peaceful coexistence. 2. Abolish all investigating conferring of Venia Hutchinson led the group Mayor Evans gave areportto .~liction will be in prayer, council on i)hase two, of the committees on communism. 3. Force racial integration. 4. Change the social order using violence if necessary. ate John Am-Mayor Evans read the minu- Water Treatment Plant. This 5. Recognition of Red China, Cuba, and East Germany. :eel, vice pro- tes of the regular meeting of being on schedule for improve- 6. Advance Marxist and one-world propaganda efforts through May 12, 1975. Following the ment of water and sewer use. the church. 7. Promote sex educatloninehurches and schools. Cordially in- reading of the minutes, council Next item of business being 8. Reconstruct religion on the basis of scientific materialism. ae ceremonies asked Mayor Evans to make an the Summer Youth Program. campus, addition to the May 12,1975 Mayor Evans informed council ~t::kS~enSt -~l~w ze 9. Promote intermarriage of blacks and whites. 10. Remove from Coving- minutes. This addition being, that the program will begin in e i is own~-~, all prayer and Bible reading from public schools. The list Andalusia - that Mayor Evans inform the June for youth between age 14 turn, season with salt and pep- goes on and on of the goals of the N. C, C., but the big thing aes, A.S.;John Chief that any further purchas- and 21 years. Further inter- per. Finish cooking on second they all have in common is to slowly lead the people away A.; James R. es made without approval by mat[on will be in the Florala side and season. Steaks cut I from Christianity to Communism. It doesn't take a very smart person to figure out why the Sherry Dean Council will lead to dismissal. News. inch thick require approximately Communists chose to work through the church denominations David ArthurThis addition being approved Mayor Evans informed court- 15 minutes total cookin~ time to promote their ir.fluence upon the world. First, there are ~ickie Rabren the minutes were adopted as cil of the expiring term of Rex for rare and 20 minutes tar me- tax exemptions, No way else could they operate free from Levon read. Whitcomb on the Medical Board. dium. Steaks cut 2 inches thick paying taxes to the U. S. Government except by operating ; Lucille B.First item of business was Term expiring May 25, 1975. require 35 minutes for rare and through the church. Second, where else could so many ames Gary El- brought before Council by Mr. After discussion by council, this Saundra El- Johnny Smith on behalf of t.ittle was put on the agenda for the 45 minutes for medium, suckers be found in one bunch? Let me explain that last statement, Yes, church people are suckers when it comes Ell[son, A. League Baseball. Mr. Smith[n- June 9, 1975 meeting. Presented By to the N. C. C. for they in 1968 handed over to the very ones Halley, AS.;formed Council that there are Mayor Evans presented a let- Alabama Cattlemen's Assn. who are out to destroy the church $24,819,000.00 (hard.earned A.A.; Henry at least 60 boys and girls that ter from Andalusia's Voluntary dollars) which should have been used to promote the gospel. ValerieJean desire to have a Little League Committee for a County-wide Alabama CowBelles Third, no other avenue of operation could befound which would Bryan Ky- Baseball team this summer in clean up program. Any clubs offer as inuch freedom from government restrictions as the Lee, Florala and without some as- ~r individuals that are interes- church. By using the church, Communists can openly spread A.A.; sistance this will be impossible, ted were asked toattendacoun- their poison through this land. When the Government tries Libby Di- Council approved $150.00 to ty-wide meeting on May Z0, to intervene, all they have to do is to say, "separation of church Janice Ann pay the Charter Fee of $75.00 1975 at 7 P.M., Intermediate and state." Fourth, nowhere aould be found a better place McClung, and insurance of $75.00 for Courtroom. GETEXTRA to give the Communist Party strength than to say that it Michael Part- Little League this summer. Mr. Mayor Evans informed coun- BENEFITS WITH speaks for the churehthroughtheN.CoC, which has a member- Carol Pat- Smith thanked Council and in- cil that a team with Civil De- YOUR EXTRAJOB ship of 41 million Protestants alone. Elaine Pea- formed them that game dates fense would be visiting Flo- * Here are a few more facts which I feel might startle some and other items of interest rain on May 20, 1975, to re- of you sanctified folks who are members Of churches which Sanders, would be published in the Flo- view water damaged areas, are affiliated with the N. Co C. One conference on "Church Stewart, A.rala News. Motion by Zorn There being no further bus- and Society" which was held in 1967 under the auspices of Tillman, A.and seconded by Anderson with [hess to come before the coun- the N. C. C,showed a film depicting the profile of a couple Ward, A.S.;all in favor, cil, a motion by Mickler and engaged in sexual intercourse, a stripper removing her t/ebb, A.A.; Council made a request to seconded by Hutchinson to ad- clothes, and gyrations of a topless dancer. A psychologist ~,A.A.;Wen-Mayor Evans that Mr. J. C. journ. Carried with all in In- and marriage counselor at another meeting held in a church s, AS.; Terry Strickland, Florala Recreation ear. Next meeting will be June In Massachusetts stated: I. parents should encourage young Director makea report toCoun- 9, 1975 at 4 P.M., in Florala children to touch their genitals. 2. Petting through to orgasm Ansley, A. cil every three months. This City Hall. is good for teen agers. 3. Sexual intercourse should start Corbitt motion was approved with all between consenting lovers at an early age. 4. Couples should in favor, live together in trial marriages before final marriages, A.A.; Mayor Evans presented to ,~ ~ ,nat,~, IIIi If Vou're willing to put in I have only scratched the surface Of what really lies at A. A.; Council for consideration the ~ one weekend a month, VOUthe roots of the N. C. C.; but this should be enough to turn L, A.A.; possibility of basketball goals can have an extra salary, an the stomach of any Bible.believing, born.again Christian. x,sC.C.; to be erected behind Carver extra pensiot~ low-cost life Silence gives consent. If you are a member of a church . School for a neighborhood park. insurance, and PX privio which, through a denomination or otherwise, supports the Andrew Co-After discussion council up- There are times when one work of satan, then God will judge you for this. Read II ~,Cooper, A.A.; proved $300.00 to be used to would like to hang the whole loges. Callus. Corinthians 6:1"/, "Wherefore come out from among them, erect the basketball goals be- human race, and finish theTHE ARMY RESBgVIL and be ye separate saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean '~Osby II, A.A.; hind Carver School. A motion farce. IT PAYS TO GO TO MEETINGg thing .... " ..................... IJU .................... The spotlighrs on our grads; They all deserve to take a big bow while we wish them lots of good luck and cheer. Along with our good wishes, come hopes for a bright and happy future, CURT SAVAGE, O ;NER