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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. !FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, AUGUST5,,1976 PAGE 5 VOTE FOR AND ELECT Graduate Becomes Library Director" es Candidate For e9 Mayor, Of Florala James W. (Jack) Jacke, Candidate For Mayor, Wishes To Bring Before The Public The Following Needs For The Future Growth Of Florala: Richard Bradberry, assistant professor and humanities libra- rian at Auburn University, has resigned effective August 7, 1976 to become the director of libraries at Langston Univer- sity in Langston, Oklahoma be- ginning August 15th. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bradberry of Florala is a 1969 graduate of Florala High School, a 1973 graduate of Ala- bama State University in Mont- gomery and a 1974 honor gra- Powell Serving In U.S. Army Ricky Powell, formerly of forward to seeing them. Florala, will be getting his In addition to his tours of discharge from the U.S. Army duty in Vietnam, he has been next July. Powell now has been in the Army for six and one-half years and served two tours of duty in Vietnam. He has won numerous medals and ribbons of honor while in the service. Powell wrote the News that he wishes to say hello to every- one back home and is looking stationed in Korea and at posts throughout the United States. He is currently serving at Fort Huachuca, Arizona. While in the service, he has also been active in sports, re- porting that he plays fast and slow pitch softball and basket- ball and touch football and has been on several winning teams. CHILD DAY-CARE CENTER For Working Mothers i~,' ,- r am~m~m~, , ~ , , MIT THE POLICE FORCE To A Minimum Number THE ONE SALE YOU H VE Qualified Personnel, BEEN WAITING FOR. rH RECREATIONAL Activities, ADDITIONAL INDUSTRIES That Can Be And Be Helpful To Florala s Economic Growth, GREAT IMPROVEMENT IN FLORALA'S - More Paving And More Repairs, PARTIALITY TO BE SHOWN In The Arres~t Offenders In The City ASSISTANCE NECESSARY To Expedite The Of The Food Stamp Program, THE CONSTANT CHECKING INTO GRANTS That Are Possible For The City Of Florala i Any Available Source To Insure Florala's Progress As m To Our Neighboring Cities. ' I I Mr. Jacke States That If The City Of Florala Is Ready For A ii :e, Then He Is Prepared To Devote His Time To Do A Good And Earnestly Solicits The Voters' Approval Of His Programs And Plans iffi|ora|a Pd. Pol. Adv. By James Jacke, Florala, Alabama tw I I duate of the Atlanta University Graduate School of Library Ser- vice in Atlanta, Georgia. He has been a member of the Au- burn University faculty since September 1, 1974. Puppet Show Highlights Story Hour Amy McDaniel, Ronda Mose- ley and Dolly Jill Harrison entertained a group of delight- ed children with two puppet shows last Thursday. The shows were part of the Flu- rata Library summer Story Hour which is held each Thurs- day at the Library at 1 p.m. First of the puppet shows was Cinderella, featuring puppets made by Amy and Ronda. Their second presentation was Magi- cal Doll, following which a story was read to the group. Next Thursday, August 5, the Story Hour will show two films: Magic Michael and Rumpelstil- tskin. All children of kinder- garden through third grade ages are invited to attend. No admission is charged. Notice Of Meeting Entertaining Made Easy will be the program given in the Extension Conference Room Friday, August 6, at 10:00a.m. Mrs. Mary Ellen Haynes, Asso- elate County Extension Chair- man, says the public is cor- dially invited to attend. Come and bring your friends. FIorala Police Report The following is a report of arrest made by the Police De- partment for the period from July Z7 through August 3, 1976. Contributing to the deliqu- eucy of a minor - 4, public drunk - 3, disorderly conduct- 1, vandalism 1, minor in possession - 1, aggreviated reckless driving - 1, failure ~o yield to blue light and si- ren - 1, destruction of city pro- perty - 1, making a total of 13 arrests. "p ARISIAN~' 2-TIER ~i PLANT STAND 9"X3(Y' SHELVES X28" HIGH (STEEL MESH) WHITE OUR REG. PRICE .97 SALE PRICES GOOD THROUGH At A "KEYSTONE" ELECTRIC WALL CLOCK AUGUST 7 CARNIVAL GLASS OVAL BOWL GOLD OR BLUE OUR REG. PRICE $2.22 FOR I (3lance by Liz Bates I guess if there is one thing in the world I hate to do, it is to go to the dentist. I mean I have a really nice dentist, a kind wonderful man, who understands my fear of him. But I still haven't been able to conquer the terror that go- ing to the dentist brings to my usually couragous heart. I remember the first time I ever went to the dentist, that room where morner was. ~ue acted a little shocked to see me back so soon and asked if I was finished already. I replyodtbat 1 guess 1 was through since the doctor gave me a shot and went away. About that time, theden- tal assistant came running into the waiting room to reclaim a missing patient. That was my first experience at the dentist. Since that time was the only time in my life I have been back many times. I wasn't afraid to go see a den- Now before I go, I have to take List. I thought that it wouldn't tiny nerve pills, so I don't get be so bad. After all, this too upset. The pills allow me 52X70 VINYL PLASTIC TABLECLOTH GARBAGE OUR REG. BAGS PRICE 26 GAL. 10 COUNT $1.97 BOX ~, OUR REG. PRICE 77~ FOR P BANDANA HANDK LIGHT RED, DARK RED, L~GHT BLUE. AND DARK BLUE OUR REG. PRICE s8~ FOR SOUTH FIFTH STREET, FLORALA particular dentist lived next door to my grandmother, and I was best friends with his son, so he wouldn't dare hurt me. I mean, how much can a six- year-old child know about the dentist anyway? But, what I didn't know was about to hurt me. I went into his office, and after the customary wait of about an hour, was escorted into his office. I climbed up into the chair and set ever so still. The dental assistant, I thought she was a nurse then, came in and put a napkin around my neck and then a few minu- tes later, the dentist came in and gave me a shot. Well, the shot hurt a little. Then everyone left me. So I thought, that's all there is too it. A shot in the mouth. Well, the medical doctor cured me with shots in the arm or other parts of my body, so I figured, the tooth doctor cured my cavities with a shot in my mouth. I removed the napkin, clim- bed down out of the chair anc reported back to the waiting Smyrna Baptist Plan Revival Smyrna Baptist Church will have a revival beginning on Au- gust 8 and continuing through August 13. Thepastor, Brother James Sanders, and all mem- bers, invite you to attend each service at 7:30 nightly. The speaker will be the Rev- erend Joe Datsun of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. He is a full time evangelist and is presently at Graceville, Florida. Come and worship with us, the Smyrna Baptist Church in- vites yo-. CLIP THESE MONEY SAVING COUPONS AND SAVE BIG! THIS WEEK SAVE '6.62 BY USING ALL OF THE COUPONS BELOW "HORIZON-BLUE" GLASSWARE MEN'S TANK TOPS - ~ .,~- SOLID COLOR WITH MATCHING TRIM. ( SIZES S, M, L, XL OUR REG. PRICE $1.97 i COUPON GOOD THRU AUGUST 7, 1976 STEAK-UTILITY KNIFE *STAINLESS BLADE *DISHWAsHER PROOF HANDLE 1 OUR REG. PRICE FOR 44 COUPON GOOD THRU AUGUST 7, 1976 KLEENEX FACIAL TISSUE I00 COUNT BOX OUR REG. PRICE 32~ LIMIT 2 PER WITN COUPON CUSTOMER COUPON GOOD THRU AUGUST 7, 1976 CHIFFON DISH DETERGENT 7~" *22 OZ. SIZE *LEMON OR GREEN APPLY , *PH BALANCED ~ , OUR REG. D,~'J [11~11 PRICE 77 ) WITH COUPON LIMIT 2 *DIAMOND POINT COMPOTE *DIAMOND POINT BOTIQUE WITH COVER *SWIRL FOOTED COMPOTE "5" WEDDING BOWL *GARLAND BOWL YOUR CHOICE OUR REG. PRICE $1.97 REVERSIBLE TRIANGLE SCARVES 'OR PRINTED ON ONE ~qDE SOLID COLOR ~ ON THE OTHER ,. t ) OUR REG. PRICE 47 FOR COUPON GOOD THRU /"~ AUGUST 7, 1976 . . 16 GALLON PLAsTIC GARBAGE CAN BUY ONE AT OUR REGULAR PRICE OR $2.47, AND GET ONE FREE WITH COUPON to take the shots that put my mouth to sleep. Without tak- ing the pill, the shots make me very ill. Before ! located a dentist who knew about the pills, 1 thought I was supposed toget sick every time I went to the dentist. I guess the worse thing about going to the dentist is the time you have to sit around the waiting room and think about what he is going to do to your mouth and the other bad thing is hearing those awful little drills. I did have one dentist at one time, that had ear phones in his dentist chair and you lis- tenod to music while he drilled on your teeth. 1 thought that was a good idea. 1 did read recently that doc- tors are now working on a pill to eliminate cavities in teeth. i think, if they are looking for someone to test them on, I will volunteer. Who knows? Maybe they will work and I'll never have to go back to see the dentist again. WITH COilPON 1 COUPON g000 TNRU AUGUS"r 7, 9% METAL ICE CUBE TRAY FAMOUS MAGIC TOUCI~ TRAY -,1 WITH NON-STICK FINISH AND ~ ~" - METAL CUBE LIFTER ,~i'ql ,. __ I PER ' CUSTOMER ~4P . ~ r ~" " " ONI ,Y" ~'= m P~ WllN COUPON ----- -- OUR REG. PRICE $1.97 New Harmony Plans Monthly Sing FOR The monthly gospel sing will be held on Friday night, August 6 at 7:30 at the New Harmony Holiness Church. The Jernigau Family from Pace, Florida, will be the spe- cial singers. Everyone is wel- come. Church Plans Revival The Paxton Assembly of God Church will begin a revival Sunday, August 8, 1976 at 7:00 p.m. Jeff Cain and the Samaritans will be the featured singers. There will be special music each night. Revival Set For Corner Creek Methodist The Corner Creek United Methodist Church will hold their revival beginning August 8 through August 13. Services will be held nightly at 7:30p.m. The evangelist will be the Reverend Frank Arledge from Opellka. Everyone has a spe- - cial invitation to come and wor- ship with the Corner Creek Church, according to church spokesperson. Children's Revival Set The First Assembly of God, 17Zl West Fifth Avenue, Flo- rnia, will conduct a Childrens' Revival, beginning Monday night, August 9 through 13. ,e.ices will at7 o'clock each night. This will be of interest to all children. There will be puppets and Bible stories each night. A special invitation is ex- tended to everyone by the pas- tor, the Reverend Raymond Taylor. :/i !i!