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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. HEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 PAGE 9 RURAL HOUSING LOANS families in eligible for from the Claude L. e an- ;Where both hus- employed," "the new of the wife's ' ezcluded in the total n~ts within the for loan the husband is income wife earns entire income, Plus half of his wife's, or $2,000, totals $8,000. This is within Florida's moderate in- come level of $8,000 so the family may be eligible for a Farmers Home Administration loan. James V. Smith, National Ad- ministrator of Farmers Home Administration emphasized that newly-eligible families must demonstrate that they otherwise merit FHA financing, and that credit is not available from regular commercial sources. "The new policy will assist families in which the wife's in- come is needed to improve the standard of living. Note that if the wife is the principal breadwinner, the rule does not apply. This change will in no way affect our expanding ser- vice to low-income families," Mr. Smith said. Loans may be made to families that will buy or build homes in open country or towns of up to 10,000 population, and who are not able to secure credit from regular com- mercial sources. Completein- formation is available from FH-A office located at corner of North 9th Street and Burdick Avenue, DeFuniak Springs, Florida, or from any of the 26 FHA offices in Florida. 1972 tl DEALERS ggers in ran iaso ine • • • im't a car on the road tlmt I using itl 01L CONTEST SLATED JUNE 241"H AT 2P.M. Beautiful girls will partici- pate in the annual beauty con- test June 24th and a glittering crown will descend on the pretty head of some lovely girl. With the crown will go the honor of being "Miss June 24th" for the one hundred and second con- secutive Masonic Celebration in Florala. The beauty pageant is one of the most important and glamorous features of this year's Masonic Celebration Qualified judges will select a winner on the basis of beauty, poise and personality. Participants must bebetween the ages of 16 and 21 years, never married and of excellent chai'acter. All interested young ladies who would like to enter should contact Dorothy Holder, Beauty Pageant Chairman, Box 1649 Wood Avenue; Florala, for entry blanks or. contact Mrs. Lucile Cox. No fee or sponsor is required. Pictured are eight of the beautiful girls who have of- ficially entered the beauty pageant. Young ladies who have entered the contest include: Joy Evans, Elizabeth Bates, Katherine Cook, Dell Mitchell, Mary Kathryn Mitchell, Wanda Sasser, Sara Ptomey, all of Florala; Pare Pope of Green- ville, Alabama; Leigh Love Caylor of DeFunlak Springs, Flo~'ida, and Julia Ann Merrill of Laurel PAil, Florida. Don'ts for Driving A survey by the National Safety Council shows that drivers consider these ten bad driving practices most likely to threaten the safety of others : 1. Distraction 2. Inattention 3. Poor vehicle condition 4. Poor passing 5. Too fast for conditions 6. Following too closely 7. Blinding headlights 8. Running traffic signals 9. Too slow for conditions 10. Failure to yield right-of-way No Choice New father (looking at, triplets the nurse has just brought out). "Hmmmm! We'll take the one in the middle." -Times, New Orleans. The People Of The Florala Area & Their Visitors 1871 UPON THIS THE 102nd TELEPHONE 4-9985 Mile South Of Florala On Florida Highway 85 ON QUANTITY PURCHASES IIIHEsT SELECTION OF DOMESTIC AND IMPORTED LIQUORS, WINES AND BEER .. ~ov tv,~ • • • KATHERINE COOK • • • ELIZABETH BATES • . . PAM POPE . • • SARA PTOMEY • . . JULIA MERRILL • . • LEIGH CAYLOR • . . WAHDA SASSER CONGRA TULA TIONS MASONS THE New and Used Cars and Trucks Any Make or Model LOCATED ON LOCKHART BLVD. FLORALA, ALABAMA WOODALL MOTOR CO. I"LORALA~ ALABAMA Charles E. Woodall, Owner Phone 8-7545 P. O. BOX 362 FLORAl;A, ALABAMA FROM A SMALL STORE in the 1940's, Staggers has grown to this area's most modern food store• Good values and good customers have made this growth possible. We extend a cordial welcome to each to drop by during and after our celebration. Will Be Open All Day June 2 4. • • • ers ee