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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED JBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. i" THE FLORALA NEWS, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1972 standards, shall govern. 162. Validit Each phrase, sentence, paragraph, section or other pro- [on of this Ordinance is severable from all other such phrases, paragraphs, sections and provisions. Should any , sentence, paragraph, section or provision of this 0rdi- be declared by the courts to be unconstitutional or invalid, declaration shall not affect any other portion or provision Ordinance. Section 163. Repealed Resolutions and Ordinances. This is a comprehensive enactment of a plan of zoning and regulation of subeivisions, and all prior zoning ordinances are hereby superceded and repealed. Section 164. Effectiv(, Date. This Ordinance shall take effect and be in force from and after the date of its adoption. / \ ,,:, !I i,i, "-'.'.. 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The Ruth Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church York and Steve coda were tars to Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne C. met in the home of Mrs. Yes- Sun- C. M. Chance Monday after- Price and Mrs. Gertrude Flet- ter Gamble October 10th. grand- noon. NeW arrJ~@|l Mrs. A.J. One visitor attended, Mrs. cher of Dallas, Texas~ was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Geohagan and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Geohagan on Satur- day of last week. Mrs. Emory Whitehurst is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. E. Cook of Baindridge, Georgia. Mrs. Royce Johnston and son, Wayne and Mrs. Charles Doug- las of Pensacola visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Kendrick Saturday. It is with regret that Bill Rodwell has been sidelined for the season from the Wildcat Football Squad because of a knee injury which is requiring a lot of medical attention. He was injured two weeks ago during a football game. Mrs. Ester Burdeshaw and Mrs. C. M. Chance attended the Covington County Baptist Association at the First Bap- tist Church in Opp Wednesday. Friends will be glad to know that Congressman Bill Dickin- son. will be visiting friends in Florala, November Ist. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Har- rison had as their guest last week, Mrs. Stanley Dorm and Mrs. A. V. Sylvie of Niles, Michigan. Mrs. Dorm is a cousin to Mrs. Harrison. Edward Davis Florida, vacation in there, they ;' two sisters, from Day- many other They again of Mobile with his M. Chance. 4rs. Davis D. Gear- Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Har- with rison attended homecoming at the Svea Assembly of God Church, Sunday. The Reverend J. Jowers and Alto Thomas delivered theser- of Ha- man. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Jeanette Williamson with seven members present. Ruby Parker calledthe meet- ing to order, Mrs. Gamble led in prayer. A business session was held and Love Offering takes up. Members attending included Mrs. Gamble, Ruby Parker, Willie Rae O'Neal, Alma Nob- les, Vassie Kimbril, Mildred Yeaman and Nellie Johnson. - PERSONAL- Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Miller of Alexander City, Alabama was the guest of Miss Arrie Geo- hagan last Wednesday and Thursday. ALAAAMA FLORIDA Friends regret to learn that Mike Welch received a broken leg in football practice Mon- day afternoon. PHONE 8-087 S Mr. and Mrs. Charles Zeron of Phenix City, Alabama announce the birth of a son, October 5, 1972, weighing nine pounds and five ounces, at the Columbus, Georgia Medical Center. He has been named Bryan Mills Zeron. The mother is the former Mary Sue Mills. Grandparents are Mrs. F. N. Mills of Florala and the late Mr. Mills and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Cutler of Norwood, New York. Study Club Meets With P. O. BOX 382 OFFICE NOW OPEN ON 5TH STREET WHY RENT: WHEN YOU CAN OWN YOUR OWN HOME FOR LESS THAN WHAT YOU ARE PAYING NOW. THE GOVERNMENT WILL PAY APPROXI- MATELY ONE-HALF OF YOUR MONTHLY PAYMENT UNDER THE 235 PRO- GRAM IF YOU ACT NOW! DIVORCES, WIDOWS, LARGE FAMILIES AND YOUNG COUPLFJ ARE ELI- GIBLE TO QUALIFY, PAY $50.00 DOWN AND $150.00 WHEN YOU MOVE IN YOUR NEW HOME. HOMES ARE BRICK AND HAVE 1~BATH, WALL-TO-WALL CARPETS, PAVED DRIVEWAYS, BUILT,IN STOVES, CENTRAL AIR AND HEAT, AqD MANY OTHER FINE FEATURES. Mrs. Cannon The Florala Study Club met Wednesday afternoon, October II .at Lake Jackso.n Clu~house with Mrs. Catherine Cannon as hostess. The program leader, Mrs. Syril Faine presented Mrs. Lloyd Vaughn who gave a most interesting program on Hawaii. Her subject was the "True Hawaiian People." The president, Mrs. Lewis Eiland, conducted the business meeting Mrs. P. A, Petery, chair- man of Blind Made Goods re- ported the total sales of Blind Made Goods was $511.99. Mrs. At Dunnam will be hostess for the October 25 meeting at her home. GOSPEL SING AND BARBECUE TO BE HELD A gospel sing and barbecue will be held at Spivey Camp- grounds located four and one- half miles west of Samson, Saturday, October ?-8. Singing groups will include the Dyess Family, the Sing- ing Pilgrims, the Disciples, the Hymnmasters, the Mis- sions, the Williams Sisters, the Bowden Sisters. Tommy Whiddon will be Master of Ceremonies. Barbecue will be served at 3 p.m. until time f~the sing- ing. Singing will begin at 6 p.m. The affair is sponsored by Lime Springs Methodist Church. N ,, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Rus- at seven o'clock at the home ::::: sell announce the forth coming of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Geog- marriage of their daughter, hagan. ,, :', ![ ~...._., Jean, to Derry Braswell, son No formal invitations are :: ---~: of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bras- being mailed. All friends and :! ::: well of Paxton, Florida. relatives of the two families The wedding will be on Sat- are invited. urday evening, October ~-1, 197~. WE HAVE FARMERS HOME LOAN, V.A., F.H.A., AND CONVENTIONAL TO OFFER. L CITY OF FLORALA FLORALA STUDENT ELECTED TO CAMPUS OFFICE Philip Howell, a senior at Huntingdon College in Montgo- mery, has been elected presi- dent of the college Christian Vocations Association. The or- ganization is composed of ap- proximately 40 students who are planning careers in the Christian vocation area. Howell, who has had seven years experience as an inter- denominational lay speaker, has served United Methodist Church circuits for the past two years. His present assignment is the Government Street United Me- thodist Church in Greenville. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Howell of Florala. LOYETTE SANSOM JOINS STAFF AT MACARTHUR TECHNICAL INSTI TUTE A recent addition to the of- fice staff at MacArthur State Technical Institute is Mrs. La- yette Sansom, Receptionist and Secretary. She has several years of experience in book- keeping and secretarial duties, writing insurance policies and claims for several local busi- nesses. In addition to her other duties at the school, she will serve as insurance advisor. Layette is a native of Coffee County and is a graduate of Kin- start High School. She is mar- ried to John G. (Buddy) Sansom and they have one son, Scott, age 9. They attend First Uni- ted Methodist Church of Kin- start. Mrs. Sansom's broad and va- ried experiences have qualified her to render outstanding ser- vice to the school. REX WHITCOMBS VISIT LARGEST SPACE EXHIBIT Mr. and Mrs. Rex Whitcomb from Florala, Alabama visited the world's largest space ex- hibit during a recent trip to Huntsville, Alabama. The Alabama Space and Rocket Center is designed to let the visitor be the astro- naut. The Center contains many educational exhibits that per- mits involvement i:, rocketry and space travel. The Whitcomb's viewed spaceships used by astronauts, saw a full-size moon rocket close-up, and walked on a simulated moon crater. They snacked on sp~ce food, fired a rocket engine, operated a lunar landing computer, and viewed a futuristic space station mock- Up. The Alabama Space and Rocket Center features the world's largest collection of rockets, missiles and space vehicles. The Center is located five miles west of Huntsville, Alabama, on Highway'20, and is open to the public every day. PAXTON HIGH SCHOOL CLASS TO SPONSOR BE~. UTY CONTEST The Paxton High School Class will sponsor a beauty contest, scheduled for tonight, Thurs- day, October 19, at 7:30 o'clock. Participating in the event will be Paxton girls from grades 7 through 12. ffstarts right offer you finish cutting the grass It grows again. And no maffer how beautiful your lawn, taking care of it means just plain hard work The new International Cadet 76 lawn tractor can help with those chores, Priced lusl right- between the Cub Cadet lawn and garden tractors and the riding mowers, this Ifftle tractor cuts any lawn down to size fast Other IH lawn and garden tractors from 8 to t5 hp International Cadet 76 lawn and garden tractor. Big 36 rotary mower comes as standard equipment, Variety of optional attachments available Seven h,p. engine Three speeds forward, one reverse. ............. .... ue utpme Any way you cut it i NELSON AVENUE DeFUNIAK SPRINGS, FLORIDA i ~ , ,, , ,,, !