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;SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS- JUNE 10, 1976 re >me Of Tri-City Rescue Squad a rough sketch of the future home of the Tri-City nancial assistance will be greatly appreciated. They are also a( Members of the squad have worked long and bard planning fund raising drives. see this become a reality but they need your help. The structure will join frontage with U.S. Post Office on East es more to run a rescue unit than most folk realizes. Fifth Street with a second front on North Fourth. It will house a like a family budget - unexpected bills are always meeting room, complete kitchen and radio room and will be avail- up.Insurance is a big item on the Tri-City Rescue able for shelter, in case of emergency. Their planned landscaping $1,400.00 worth is coming up and that will and brick structure will really give corner of North Fourth their "kitty" which they have been saving for and East Fifth a lift. These city streets sure need one. on the proposed new building. Members of the The future of the Tri-City Rescue Squad depends on YOU! COmmittee will be calling on businesses in the Tri-City Let's all help them to build their new home. the near future. Give generously, won't you? Your l Officers To Attend Convention State FFA serving as so- along with the other has been mak- since Satur- State FFA Conven- Coliseum in June 8, 9, and I0. Will honor his parents, Mrs. Delano Dawson night at the conven- tion for allowing him timeaway from home to carry on his du- ties as state officer: Scott McAdams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McAdams, of Route One, Florala, is chapter president-elect and is serving as the chapter delegate during the transaction of the official business of the State FFA Or- ganization. Scott is keeping S SWARMING ? BONDED TERMITE CO. MONTHLY HOUSEHOLD PEST CONTROL SERVICE BONDED & INSURED TERMITE CONTROL FREEINSPECTION 493-4239 or 493-3731 CALL COLLECT (~UMMING AV. OPP, ALA. BR78x13 $37.51 ER78x14 40.52 DR78x14 42.39 FR78x14 44.43 GR78x14 45.47 HR78x14 50.00 GR78x15 49.25 GR70x15 47.78 HR78x15 50.49 JR78x15 52.12 LR78x15 54.21 ALL PRICES INCLUDE FEDERAL EXCISE TAX TIRES OUTFIT- YOUR, the Florala delegate seat warm as he learns how the organiza-- tion works on the state level and will bring back informa- tion for the chapter to use dur- ing the coming year. John Hunt, past chapter pre- sident and son of the Reverend and Mrs. Fred Hunt, of Route One, Florala, and Ricky Cham- bers, past chapter treasurer and son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewie Chambers of Route One, Laurel Hill, Florida, will receive the coveted State Farmer Degree, the highest degree on the state level for outstanding work in the chapter and county organi- zations and for their interest shown in carrying out excellent work experience programs in agribusiness work at home. PAGE 7 June 14, 1976, and make such of the station had a hole in it 1. Only .household garbage Bicentennial recommendations to the new and Was cracked from top to will be picked up. No leaves ~, Grand Jury as may be neces- bottom, or trash will be picked up at sary. The window and windshield the back door. " In conclusion, the Grand Jury of a truck belonging to Herman Z. Only household garbage gi recommends to the next Grand Snggs on ZI0 North Sixth Street placed "in a sealed plastic V.B.S. To Be n Jury that they act in the way of was broken. Policeman Clay- bag" will be accepted. Trash indictments or impeachment if ton Smith found a metal nut cans or other containers will no "concrete action is forth- which was apparently used to have to be placed on the street coming of all of the above re- break the window, as in the past. Next Week commendations." The same group of vandals 3. Where dogs are enclosed And they also recommend tbat are thought to have struck in in the yard or "give the appea- "Let freedom ring!" is the the Director of the Department DeFuniak Springs, where they rance to protect the homeow- theme for a five night Vaca- of Corrections and Institutions did from $1,500 to $2,000 in neT's property," the garbage , lion Bible School, which begins of the State of Alabama "shall damage; Lockhart, where they department will not give back Monday, June 14 - 18, 6:00 cause Covington County Jail to did approximately $1,100 da- door service. p.m., at First AssemblyofGod. be inspected for its suitability mare and in Paxton, wherethey 4. Those persons who still Mrs. H. O. Bass, Jr., is di- and to decide whether allorany did an undetermined amount of desire to place garbage on the rector of the school, according part of the jail should be con- damage, street for pick-up may still do to the pastor, the Reverend demned for use as a place of Florala Policemen involved so. Raymond Taylor. confinement." in the investigation are: Police Classes will be offered for In separate action, the Grand Chief Paul Mitchell and Po- ;;R~ children ages four through fif- Jury commended the County licemen: Clayton Smith, Hay- teen. Commissioners forappropriat- ward Thomas, Carl Rudd, There will be graded Bible ing the necessary funds to allow Wayne Barrineau, Early B.I ;~/RsL,._..~,~''~ % I ' lessons, handcrafts, songs, ga- the Sheriff to hire the neces- Ellis and Bobby Golloher. s~- ~, ~,~ p~, rues and refreshments for the sary employees to adequately .q~,"~.,d~-~,.~a. ~,: ~.l~'t~ ~n"- children, supervise and run the County ELECTION I sJ ,= I Commencement is scheduled Jail. ~.:,!~, , ' for 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, June Cont. From Front ii z0. BATFS " Persons wishing to qualify for ~ "~~~ '~~/~i ~ Church pastor, the Reverend office may do so at the City Raymond Taylor saidtheV.B.S. Cont. F~om Front Clerk's office at the Old Ar- is open to all interested per- mory building on South 5th sons. advancement for the Reverend Street. .~,~ ./s,,J[~,f,J .~ I Join them for a great time Bates and his friends here are When qualifying for munici- ~"" .......... l"~v~" ..... hot~*~'" in V.B.S.! happy for him in that respect, pal office, a person must be a ~,~.m~,~ but will miss his cheerful atti- resident and qualified elector ~,~.~t~.~*.~....,~.~. tude, cooperative spirit and his of the City of Florala and shall lovely family, reside within the limits of Sp The Bates' oldest son, Joe Florala during his or her term ecial Musical Jr., his wife, Jerri and their of office. Set For Friday The Bellevue Baptist Church Youth Choir of Gadsden, Ala- bama will be presenting a Musi- cal at the First Baptist Church of Florala, Friday night, June llth at 7:30. They will be singing a Pat- r~otic Musical and a section of sacred songs, with a puppet presentation between thesetwo selections. This is the first tour for this group and it will be a worship experience for all. Mr. Raymond Powell is Min- ister of Music and Youth of Bellevue Baptist. Head Selected For Mental lth holds a masters degree in Clinical Psychology from the University of Alabama. Prior to accepting the posi- tion of Chief of Community Pro- grams with the Department of Mental Health, he worked at Bryce Hospital in Tuscaloosa, and as a consultant to the Men- tal Health Center in Demopolis. Later he was research asso- ciate in the Development of the Ten Year Master Plan for the Board of Corrections. L,~mey is married to the for- mer Sigrid Weber. for his new duties on June 16. Laney will assume his new position in Andalusia on June 16. Laney is currently em- ployed by the State Department of Mental Health as Chief of Community Programs. Al- though born in California, he moved with his family at age three to Montgomery, Alabama. He graduated from Lanier High School and in 1971 received his undergraduate degree from the University of Alabama. He C. Carroll Pierce, Presi- dent of the South Central Ala- bama Mental Health Board, has announced that Mr. James V. Laney has been appointed to the position of Executive Di- rector of the Board. He re- places Dr. Merle L. Wright who is going to the Montgomery Area Mental Health Authority as Director of Children's Ser- vices. Wright will depart for Montgomery at the close of business on June 15 and re~ort NOW DEALING TIRES TRUCK Size Ply Price PE 411 B78x13 $22.12 C78x13 22.94 C78x14 24.58 E78x14 25.67 F78x~4 26.78 G78x14 28.06 H78x14 29.48 J78x14 30.94 560x15 21.90 E78x15 27.36 G78x15 28.32 H78x15 30.32 J78x15 31.68 L78x15 32.26 A78x13 19.90 ALL PRICES INCLUDE FEDERAL EXCISE TAX Size Ply Price 7.00x15 6 $30.55 12.4x28 4 $91.31 7.00x16 6 32.90 14.9x28 4 1'10.50 8.25x20 10 82.82 16.9x28 6 $149.81 9.00x20 10 92.92 18.4x34 6 210.09 10.00x20 12 111.90 18.4x38 8 276.89 ~LL PRICES INCLUDE FEDERAL EXCISE TAX ALL PRICES INCLUDE FEDERAL EXCISE TAX School Of Dance Sets Recitals King School of Dance, in An- dalusia, will present its annual recitals June llth at Sparta Academy in Evergreen and June l~.th at Andalusia High School Auditorium. Time for beth will be 7:30 p.m., with thetheme"America on Revue." Joe Wingard, Andalusia's "Town Cryer" will narrate. Special guests will be Jo Ann Christopher, a well known tea- cher and choreographer from Mobile and Sarah Macon, a ta- lented young gymnist. adorable l-year-old daughter, Kimberly make their home in Montgomery and promise that they will be coming back 'home' to Florala. Their oldest daugh- ter, Elizabeth, will remain in Florala where she will be asso- ciated with The Florala News. After seven and one-bait years, it is hard to say goodbye to a family who has been so much a part of the community life as have the Bates. The Reverend Bates did not only minister to the Methodist fa- mily, he ministered to those in need - regardless of their church affiliation and many of them had none. He will be sorely missed by members of the Florala Police Department as he served as Juvenile Of- ricer when no one else would. They felt tree to call "old Joe" any time of the day or night and he would be there for as long as he was needed. Re- placing a man of that caliber will be hard to do. For a good- ly number of those years, he was associated with the Men- tal Health Center in Andalusia and for nearly three years, has served as Director of the Alcoholics Rehabilitation Cen- ter in Florala. He loved and cared for those'people like a father would have. They, too, will feel an emptiness with his leaving. Following his last sermon as pastor of the First United Methodist Church in Florala Sunday evening, it was not un- common to hear members as they said their goodbyes - - "You are the best pastor we have ever had." Those senti- ments came from members who have been members at First Methodist Church since the early 1900's. Mrs. Bates -- she was a de- voted wife and mother. What more could you say about a preacher's wife? She worked very closely with the women of the Ernestine Howell Circle and Circle #~ and taught in the Ju- nior Department of Sunday School. The children, Jeanie, Jeff and Jamie will be missed equal- ly as much. Their bright and smiling faces on Sunday morn- ing was a sight to behold. VANDALISM Cont. From Front ~fh~ O~t ~f'~ same method as Burgess-Har- rison were: Taylor Parts, rothy's House of Flower, Buf- talow Construction Company, Florala Western Station, Ste- wart's C. B. Radio Shop, Dairy King and the Vanity Beauty "A garden's something most Shop. men prefer to turn over in their minds." Vandals also hit the Florala Telephone Company at appro- ximately 9 p.m. on Saturday night. Florala Telephone Com- pany employee, Paul Townsend called the police after he dis- covered that someone had broken but the glass in the door, withperhaps & rock shot from a slin~-shot. Although Townsend was in the office at the time of the inci- dent, he reports seeing nothing. Others that were in the area of the telephone company at the time, also report that they saw nothing out of the ordinary Ed Alday's Service Station, next to the Dinner Bell, was also Struck. The window in the front GRAND JURY Cont. From Front tion to include these recom- mendations as to how and when construction of a new County Jail may be reasonably expect- ed to commence and make this plan available to the Grand Jury scheduled to meet June 14, 1976. The recommendation also calls for the Jail Committee of this Grand Jury to meet and discuss the jail situation with the Grand Jury scheduled.for Hello Friends Citizens Man can pretend .ignorance and or confusion concerning truth and justice on vital issues. Yet that contradicts the facts. He claims and likes the esteem and flowers at times of his convenience but disclaims or pretends ignorance whenever his boat gets rocked by truth and justice. No crystal hall? Then read between the lines of most of the news media and authorities, then most or much of the truth will surface in many cases. The more research and ,homework you do the more you see and that is the truth. How can we evangelize the ignorant and non-believers in other countries when our Churches and beliefs differ, and we argue on major christian programs and interpretations, keep a low profile on the advertising of tobacco, alcohol, gambling, bribery, blackmail, most anything goes, etc., and are well on the way toward being buddy - buddies with the non- believers or larger communist countries. How do you explain that to the inquisitive mind? Hope to continue these little articles. Time will tell whether they be fact or fiction. "Serving Our Membership" BUREAU SER VICES, INC. THE FARMERS SEED STORE Florala, Aia. 36442 P.O. Box 302 Dan McLe0d, P. O. Box 103, Locldmrt, Alabama The Florala City Council, by ordinance, has adopted three ways a person may qualify for office in regards to any fee: (I) with statement of candi- dacy, pay $50 for office of Mayor or $30 for City Council place, or (2) with statement of candidacy present to City Clerk a petition signed by 25 qualified voters of the City of Florala requesting their candidacy, which when presented, is to be notarized by Notary Public, or (3) with statement of candi- dacy, you may sign a pauper's oath as to financial condition. A list of the qualified voters for the upcoming election of August I0,. 1976 will be pub- lished in The Florala News. COURTS Cont. From Front of the month stating the trial service and listing the rules that will have to be followed for back door pick-up. This service is only avail- able for residents living inside Florala City limits. The following rules must be observed for garbage to be picked up at the back door: V~tRREN OATES ~, CNRISTOPN~R GEOI~ BARRY NEWMAN CLEAVON LITTLE SEPTIC TANK AND EQUIPMENT COMPANY INSTALLATION OF NEW TANKS, REPAIRS, AND PUMPING. GRAVEL FILL DIRT, TOP SOIL BACKHOE WORK AND LIGHT CLEARING (5 years service). Call Paxton 834-5900 .DAY OR NIGHT covington county championship rodeo Chanell Lee Stadium sponsored by Cub Scout Pack 25 Opp, Alabama 8:15 p.m. Family Entertainment featuring bull riding bronc riding calf roping steer wrestling barrell racing clowns trick roping o specialty acts Rodeo Entries CalL" (205) 272 )758 June 8 W & W Rodeo Co. stock contractor