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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. E SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS- THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1972 PIANO PUPILS GIVE MUSIC RECITAL FOR FAMILY • . . MISS BUSH Marie Bush To Jerry McBee Earl Kinsey announce the ~r daughter, Victor r. and Mrs. of Sheridan, ;the grand- Mr. and of Florala, late Mr. and of Talla- The future [rents are the Perry A. Mr. and mathematics at Florida State University. The wedding will take place at the First United Methodist Church, Florala, Alabama at three o'clock on July 23. No invitations are being sent locally, but all friends and re- latives are invited to attend the wedding and the reception immediately following. LITTLE MI~ CAPRICE POWELL RETURNS HOME agraduate rsity and ~hool for the bm is pre- udent in Little Miss Caprice Powell has returned to her home in Troy, Alabama with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Danny Powell, after last week with her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Powell of Florala and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Johnson of the Red ~y Oak Community. Caprice's ADVANCED parents spent several days in Maple Glen, Pennsylvania NING where they,were attendants in tho wedding of Miss Mary Elisa = Drulding to Mr. David Austin"' Robert T. Mallach in the Church of Saint' Mar[ha Street, recently of ad- training at Center, students a tank crew- tiring of the and small also received field radio and tank 1971 graduate IT THOMAS WITH Robert E. and Mrs. of Paxton, with S. Air Force Officer Aca- Neb. who re- ilitary lead- He serves Strategic nu- force of long interconti- of Paxton at- of Mar.y- m Baptist Ark. is the R andMrs. Joel OUte, Florala, S ARMY bonnie R. [Mr, and Mrs. Route 1, recently of ad- atthe Fort Alphonous on June 16. The groom is a former student of Troy State University and WiN be remembered in Florala for his frequent weekends here with friends. While in the area Linda and Danny toured shrines, monuments and historic sites in Pennsylvaina, New York and Washington D. C. EARN YOUR COLLEGE DEGREE THROUGH TEES Lurleen B. Wallace State Junior College has been de- signated as a testing center to offer college credit by exami- nation using the College-Level Examination Program (CLEP). LBW President Dr. William McWhorter has announced that the Andalusia college has been approved by the College En- trance Examination Board (CL~EB) to administer the tests for college credit. The testing program is an activity of C EEB. The college will administer the College-Level Examination to any candidate who wishes to be tested, regardless of whether or not he is enrolled or plans to enroll at LBW. High school and college students, as well as interested adults may be eligible to re- ceive college credit through[he College-Level Examination. Through this program, stu- dents can receive up to forty- five quarter hours of credit in nineteen different subject fields. After successfully com- pleting the examination, credit will be recorded-onthe students record and may be transferred to any two or four-year college or university to become a part 0f his college work at that school. Charles Viverette, LBW Dean of Instruction, has been de- signated to serve as the test center administration. For more detailed information in- dividuals may contact Dean Viverette at Lurleen B. Wal- lace State Junior College, Andalusia, Alabama 36420. Phone 2~.2-4475. students a tank crew- [ring of the ~ \ \ ( i ] sinai i wea- ~eceived in- ~ -- - ling and tank ~ir. =my in Sep- ~~ completed | Fort Knox, . . ,. wife, The Spanish explorer Balboa Route, didn't like lawyers and he is a 1971 successfully kept them out of High the West Indies for 10 years. The piano pupils of Mrs. W. B. McClellan participated in a music recital for their families and friends at the Florala High School Auditorium on Monday night, June 12th, at'/:30 o'clock. The following pupils were presented: Kenneth Cook, Tammy Reeves, Julie Dyess, Jean Hurston, Kathy Cook, Cynthia Dyess, Kathy Reeves, Jane Hurston, Marsha Hunt, Sylvia Geoghagan, Ben Baldwin, Beverly Adams, CynthiaGeog- hagan, Pamela Bullard, Gwen- dolyn Kelley, Sandra Smith and Barnard Jones. At the close of the program, gifts were given to Benjamin Baldwin and Barnard Jones, who graduated from Paxton High School this year. These two outstanding musicians will con- tinue their musical training when they attend Florida State University in September. Ben- jamin Baldwin was the salu- tatorian of his senior class and Barnard Jones won a"Harizons Unlimited" scholarship which will pay all of his expenses for four years at Florida State University. B.J. Crowley's HOROSCOPE Week of June 18 CANCEP~-- Emotional. sensitive, changeable de- scribe those born under this sign. Most are popular with others. Your gem is the ruby. Your colors are green and gold. Your lucky numbers are 8 and 3. Your lucky day is Monday. CANCER-- June 21 to July 22- Accept promotion and prestige without becoming egotistical. Since there is a possibility that you may be chosen for a high honor, you could become carried away with your ideas of your own importance. LEO-July 23 to Aug. 22 - Look after your own money interests. There may be those about who paint a picture of honesty, but who are deceptive. Be pleasant, but firm. VIRGO--Aug. 23 to Sept. 22-For the married, put a little life into your marriage. If your relationship with your mate has become hum- drum you have only yourself to blame. Get away from the ordinary, if only for a short vacation. LIBRA--Sept. 23 to Oct. 22 -- Avoid lethargy or some- one could steal your thunder. You must be conscientious. A d e m o t i o n could sting. Shape up end it won't hap- pen to you. SCORPIO-Oct. 23 to Nov. 22 -- The tone with which you speak sometimes indicates harshness when harshness is not intended. Be affectionate and kind. If a disagreement has evolved bethe first to forgive. SAGITTARIUS- Nov. 23 to Dec. 21-Respect the rights of others. Avoid the temptation to interfere in the lives of those close to you. Help them to learn in- dependence by encouraging them to meke their own de- cisions. CAPRICORN-- Dec. 22 to Jan. 19--A good week to consider the replacement of outdated home appliances. Watch for s u m m e r sales. Consider the possibility of vacationing close to home for less money• AQUARIUS- Jan. 20 to Feb. 18-- You can make someone happy by sharing a confidence with them. So- cial activities are favored this week. An excellent all- around week for enlarging your circle of friends. PISCES- Feb. 19 to March 20 - Telephone conversa- tions prove rewarding. Mild exercise is favored. An es- pecially good week for t a k i n g walks, communing with nature• ARIES- March 21 to April 20-Don't be afraid to change your way of thinking. Your popularity could wane if you insist that only your PAGE ]5 ideas are the right ones. Weigh your words carefully• TAURUS- April 21 to May 20-A week when opportu- nity awaits a r o u n d every comer. Take advantage of this golden week. You will be delighted With the re- sults. GEMINI--May 21 to June 20-- Laughter is the best cure-all, Be humorous this week, as only you can be. Your quick wit can put those around you at ease. AND FROM PHONE 222-4183ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA m ~v-v~--~A~- --z~-~ AN,N YOU ARE ALWAYS WELCOME TO FLORALA, BUT ON THIS ONE HUNDRED SECOND MASONIC CELEBRATION- WE WANT YOU TO FEEL THAT YOU HAVE MORE THAN A WELCOME, YOU HAVE A SPECIAL INVITATION I I I I I I lll Ill I I Ill I i titt---- C. E. BUFFALOW MAYOR COUNCILMEN JAMES HAMILTON, F. L. CANNON, E. D. McLEOD, HARLAN NOBLIN, I. V. MOORE