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-TOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED, IFLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 | CLAIMS MINNIE HILSON ;on, age 94, Florida a Florala Hos- Lng, June I8, long re- member of the it Church. She the late Mamie are one sister, of Paxton; two Byrd of Paxton, of Route One, neices, Mrs. and Mrs. Alma Route One, An- Rayborn a. were held at 2 o'clock Funeral Home Hobson Burial was in with Evans Funeral Home directing. MRS. ANNIE LORD PASSES AWAY IN OFP HOSPITAL Mrs. Annie Lord, age 79, a resident of Florala for the past 45 years, passed away Saturday night, June 17, 1972 in an Opp hospital. She was a member of the Lakewood Bap- tist Church and a native of Crenshaw County, Alabama. She was the widow of the late JOhn T. Lord. _Survivors are one son, Reverend Edwin L. Lord of Florala; "two brothers. Willie C. Kirkland of Andalusia, Henry Kirkland of Theodore, Alabama; three grandchildren and six great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at I0 o'clock from the Evans Funeral Home Chapel, with Reverend Hobson Vann officiating. Burial was in the Florala Greenwood- Me- morial Cemetery with Evans AS YOU OBSERVE YOUR PAGE 11 Funeral Home directing. LOU DAISY THOMPSON PASSES AWAY MONDAY MORNING Mrs. Lou Daisy Thompson, age 91, a i'esident of Florala for the past 32 years, passed away Monday morning, June 19, 1972 at the home of her daughters, Mrs. Willie Ray O'Neal and Dr. Jessie Mae McNeill. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Florala and a native of Dale County, Alabama. She was the widow of the late Lewis J. Thompson. Survfvors are three daughters: Mrs. Jessie Mae McNeill and Mrs. Willie Ray O'Neal of Florala and Mrs. Flossie Lou Morgan, of Fort Myers, Florida; seven grand- children and twelve great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Evans Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Raymond Wickersham officiating. Burial was in the Florala Memorial Greenwood Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home of Florala directing. DEATH CLAIMS HENRY McCRANIE SATURDAY MORNING Mr. Henry C. McCranie. age 72, a resident of Route Two, Laurel Hill, passed away early Saturday morning at his re- sidence. He was a member of the Clear Springs Baptist Church and a resident of this area for the past 72 years. his active years he was in farming. :vivors are, wife, .Mrs. Eva Mae McCranie, Route Two, Laurel HIll; one son, Jodie T. McCranie of Pensacola; one daughter, Mrs. Mary Versel Williams of Richmond, Vir- ginia; three sisters, Mrs. Margie Smith and Mrs. Mattie Development of a Space Shuttle Transportation Sys- tem...the world's first reusable earth orbiting spacecraft...is a nation-wide project which will involve Alabama companies and workers during the program's six years of research, develop- ment and test. This is the report of Stephen H. Nelson, Director of Material at the Space Division of North American Rockwell. The Cali- fornia company is one of four, under consideration by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), as a prime contractor for the Shuttle program. Nelson, in contact with both of Alabama's U. S. Senators, the Agency of Agriculture and its competitive proposal sub- mitted to NASA in mid-May. Nelson also mentioned that actual subcontractor awards will be dependent uponthe com- petitive selection of the major contractor and subsequent ap- proval by NASA. Nelson estimates that in addition to these major sub- contracts, a total of approxi- mately $500 million will be sub- contracted throughout the nation for less complex systems, on a competitive bid basis. About the Shuttle, Nelson points out that the Orbiter is actually a space "carrier" Shuttle Orbiter can make up to five hundred round trips. Such reusability reduces the cost of space flight by a factor of 10." The Space Shuttle program was announced by President Nixon last January as a major objective for America's space activity in the 1970-80 time period. approved development of the Shuttle program in passage of the Fiscal Year 1973 NASA authorization bill. Nelson, in a letter to the Texas Senators, explained that NR's Space Division, as a prin- ciple contractor on the Apollo/ which will work like a well Saturn Lunar LandingProgram, managed trucking operation. Its awarded almost $9,000,000 in purpose is to take satellites, subcontracts to Alabama firms, laboratories, and scientistsinto most of which were to small emerging industries and in in- ternational markets. LOW-INCOME PEOPLE GET FOOD ASSISTANCE IN COVINGTON There were 5,164 low-income Covington County people on the U. S. Department of Agri- culture's food program in April as compared to 5.201 the vre- vious month, Russell H. James, southeast regional ad- ministrator of USDA's Food and Nutrition Service reports. Taking the state as a whole, James noted, there was a de- crease in the number of people on the food assistanc~ pro: grams. The number on the food stamp program dropped 8,963 while the total receiving donated food was down 1,807. This gave an overall decrease of 10,770. In the food stamp program, operating in 22 Alabama counties in April, 192,133 people were issued $4.7 million in food coupons. Of this amount $3.2 million was in free or bonus stamps. This was an average of $17.01 per person in free stamps, he added. The counties operating food distribution programs gave 237,517 needy people over 7.3 million pounds of USDA-donated food. "The best way to get your face lifted is by hohling up your head." KENDRICK'S FLORIST DIAL 8-1004 FREE DELIVERY FLORALA, ALABAMA "We Wire Flowers Worldwide" CReSH rtOWeRS ~ROM our GRetN.OUS~ Cut Flowers - Potted Plants Wedding & Funeral I:esigns Artificial Flowers Milk Glass & Gifts N. 3rd ST. Busuttil both of Pensacola, Mrs. Industries and the AlabamaDe- earth orbit on a routine basis businesses. ,~ LillieScrogginsofMobile, Ala- velopmentOffice, also reported where they can perform re- One of the nation's aerospaceDDJ~l~"~[Ip~l-o--p bama; four grandchildren and that SCI Electronics, in search, data collection, and a leaders, North American Rock- 0~ -" ~ ~ one great grand child.Huntsville, has already been myriad of other duties which well also is a major manu- Funeral services were held sent three proposal requests in will make it possible to man- facturer in the automotive, K d k~,~ El Monday aRernoon at 3 o'clock major subcontract efforts on the age our earth's resources and electronics and industrial pro-en ric orist from Evans Funeral HomeShuttle. problems, duets markets. It has strengths Chapel with Reverend E.A. This represents, Nelson "The Shuttle," he said, "can m research, development .~"1~ ilson & Mildred Kendrick, Owners Caraway officiating. Burialwas notes, only some of the "long carry up to 65,000 pounds of systems engineering, and I i in the Almarante Cemetery at lead time requirements, as we cargo in earth orbit, and one growing position in anumb Laurel Hill with Evans Funeral are deeply involved in the pro- Home directing, cess of determining what the --~--- total potential for subcontract Tire experts predict that work will be...taking into within thirty years passenger account labor surplus areas tires will be guaranteed for and small and minority-owned businesses throughout the 100,000 miles and for speeds country." up to 200 miles per hour, and subcontractors available in trains will roll on rubber tires Alabama was first undertaken at a speed of 500 miles per last year by the Space Division, hour. and the results are included in AND ALL THE FINE PEOPLE OF FLORALA On Their r# firm ,micals, Andalusia's Most Complete Ladies nut etin, R ady-To-Wear, Shoes, And WE APPRECIATE YOUR BUSINESS Accessory Store. 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