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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. BJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. NEWS-THURSD. Y, OCTOBER 26, 1972 LI. Imllle People a customofmany performed their duties and re- l was on hand turned home. and 23 for National Previously known as Armis- in Birmingham.tics Day, this observance was during started after World War [ and and Amer- was held each year on November Lore, pay tribute to 11 to marktheendofhostilities en and womenwho in that war. When the Nation observed its first Veterans Day, in 1954, it was actually Bir- mingham's 7th year, and the National Veterans Organization officially recognized Birming- ham as being founder of Vete- rans Day and created a National Veterans Award, authorized by Congress to be presented each year during the Birmingham observance to an outstanding citizen who has made the greatest contribution to further the patriotic interest of Vete- rans. This year's award was made to Brig. Gen..Jimmy Ste- wart. National Veterans Day in Birmingham is now a two-day observance. In addition to the Sunday Awards Dinner, a full schedule of activities was held on Monday. At 10 o'clock all religious faiths conducted fitting memorial services, and a World Peach Luncheon, with Admiral Elmo R. Zumwalt, Jr., Chief of Naval Operations, as featured speaker, was held at noon to reaffirm our faith in the principles of freedom throughout the world and to re- dedicate ourselves to active and forceful opposition to ag- gression and the favoring of strong military forces as our best guarantee for a continuing peace. This was followed by the Annual Veterans Day Parade. Veterans Day is a day for hope and prayer for peace, and a day of remembrance and grati- tude to America's veterans whose sacrifices have pre- served the heritage of freedom and liberty which we enjoy today. Every man and woman who served our country, answered the call to duty according to the dictates of his or her own conscience. One of the most moving expressions of this individual sense of responsi- bility was made by the Father of our County, George Washington, during his first year as Presi- \ P ON EARLY AMERICAN 3 PC. WITH ROCKER. Charming arly American threesome in.- ion piilow-orm sofa, match- chair and spacious swivel ON ELEGANT 3 PIECE TRA- LIVING ROOM GROUP. It's money! Three luxuriously pieces, designed for beauty, +ability. Big inviting sofa, and cozy Ioveseat. CORNER YOUR LIVING ROOM OR DEN WITH DRAMATIC TRIO The latest in Fall furniture includes three seat sofa, two seat Ioveseat and corner table. Designed with comfort in mind. SINK INTO SUMPTUOUS VELVET LIVING ROOM. SAVE $50. picture this 3 piece living room grouping in your home. Set in- cludes 91" Sofa, and 2 graceful high backed chairs. SPANISH SOFA, CHAIR& SWIVEL ROCKER FOR AUTUMN Includes 3 seat sofa, swivel rocker and chair. In your choice of red or black. Save $51. SAVE $30 ON 2 PIECE CONTEMPORARY SUITE. Sofa andchair are upholstered in vinyl forcare-free living! Sofa converts into a full-sized bed for two. Economy plum SAVE $21! 2 PIECE TUXEDO SLEEP SOFA AND MATCHING TUB CHAIR. Express yourself with this sale- priced biscuit tufted living room group. Save $21. SAVE $50ON SEVILLA, 5 PC. MEDITERRANEAN 'REAM Stunning dark pecan suite includes triple dresser with center door ~nd twin mirrors, panel bed and 68" Armoire. Loads of storage tPace in intricately carved drawers. Note the unusual drawer pulls that form a lovely old Spanish design. Self-edged plastic tops. NOW ONLY hDD LUXURIOUS SPANISH FLAVOR TO YOUR BED- ROOM WITH 5 PC. GROUP BY VAUGHAN-BASSETT INCLUDES 72" TRIPLE DRESSER, TWIN MIRRORS, HEAD- ARD & 70 ' ARMOIRE. Aragon - a master word in furniture de- lign. Aragon contrasts graceful scrollwork over burl with beaded ?h~Cants . . . enchonces drawer pulls with a gentle curve. Here's s lavish luxury you've been looking for at a price you can afford. NOW ONLY I SAVE $4c) ON BROYHILL'S NEW UNIQUE BEDROOM DESIGN. Includes 9 d rawer triple dresser, chest, framed mirror and chair- back headboard that ~.dapts to Queen or Full size beddina. Elabo- rate carvings on the headboard are of stylized components, you'll love the look of the carved fronts. NOW ONLY BIG SAVINGS OF $52.95 ONBASSETTrS SPANISH CABARET 4-pc. Spanish suite includes spacious Triple Dresser, Framed Mir- or, S Drawer Chest & Panel Headboard. All fit for o King - warm Flamenco pecan in the Spanish Tradition. Appealing Carved effects ore crafted of simulated wood components to maintain their beau- tiful look. Perfect for your hacienda! NOW ONLY W~h ~r~h~* ~,f litk~ Otni~g Room ll~t)t Dine with a European flair when you choose French Provincial Barbizon or Mediterranean Condado! Tables measure 60" x 40' with leaf. Chinas have lighted interiors. Either 8 Pc. Spanish or Oval Table, Glass-Door China, Chairs and I Arm Chair. French Dining YOUR CHOICE PHONE FURNITURE & APPLIANCES 8-1565 ent of the United States. He said, "I have obeyed a summons to which I can never be insen- sible . . When my country demands the sacrifices, per- sonal ease must always be a secondary consideration. I am proud that in the State of Alabama more that 400,000 living veterans, from the Spanish-American War toViet- nam, are proof of Washington's words, for these Alabamians also "obeyed a summons" and answered the call of America when the need was greatest. FOR SHERIFF WALTON COUNTY I HEREBY ANNOUNCE my candidacy for Sheriff of Wal- ton County, subject tothe wishes of the voters in the Septem- ber 12. and October 3 primaries and the General Election to be held on November 7, 1972, It has been my privilege and pleasure to have served as your sheriff sin~e December 10, 1972. During that time 1 have endeavored to fulfill the responsibilities of the office in a fair, upright, and impar- tial manner and always to the best interest of all the citi- zens of this great county of ours, I have tried to set an example by, "Doing unto others as I would have them do unto me" I have organized a Junior De- puty Program for,the first time in our county to help bridge the generation gap between out' youth and us adults. This pro- gram has greatly benefited those who have put their time into it; it has also enabled the she- riff's office to do a much bet- ter job. l want to thank all the people who have assisted us to make my term as sheriff a success. It has given me the happiest and most enjoyable period of my entire life. 1 solicit your vote, your in- fluence, and your support in behalf of my candidacy so that I may continue the program of upright law and order. Let us continue to enjoy the garden spot of the whole world. SAM CAMPBELL (Pd. Pal. Adv. By L. S. "Sam" Campbell, Republican Candidate for Sheriff of Walton Co.) BIBLE VERSE "Know ye that the Lord he is God: it is he that hath made us, and not we our- selves." 1. Who is the author of the above verseO 2. What does this verse warn us against') i. What is the rest of the verse? 4. Where may it be found9 Answers To Bible Verse 1. The Psalmist--prohably King David. 2. Against the sin of worry. 3. "We are his people, and the sheep of his pas- ture." 4. Psalm 100:3. Wife in Name Only During their courtship, Hannah spoke soulfully to Jim about the joys of raising a family. But right after the marriage, she changed her tune. In fact, she refused to have sexual relations with him. Finally Jim sued for an annul- ment. "She is a wife in name only," he complained in court. "She deliberately misled me with all that talk about raising a family. The marriage was based on fraud." "Maybe I was less than hon- est," Hannah conceded. "But if people had to tell the truth, the whole truth, anti nothing but the truth before the wedding, there would be might), few marriages." Nevertheless, the court granted Jim an annulment. The judge said Hannah's deception involved no minor matter but an essential element of matrimony itself. It is true that the law will over- look a certain amount of what it calls "the deceptive arts" in courting. But deception about the PAGE 5 ENTERPRISE - PICKING PUMPKIN LANTERNS FOR HAL- LOWEEN - Enterprise State Junior College October Calendar Girl Becky Flowers is shown shopping for Halloween. Becky, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Flowers, Brundidge, is a se- cond quarter freshman at ESJC majoring in Elementary Educa- tion. intent to have sexual relations is usually considered too vital to be condoned. This is so even if the subject of sex is never mentioned before the wedding. Courts say that the sexual relationship, even if not discussed, is nonetheless con- sidered by common consent--- to be implied in the contract of marriage. On the other hand, lying about something less important will not ordinarily justify an annulment. For example: A disgruntled wife sought a decree on the ground that her spouse had lied about having a college education. But the judge decided this was not adequate grounds to annul the marriage, "'Surely every representation leading up to a marriage cannot be material," said the judge. "The fact that a brunette turned to a hhmde ovcrnlght, or that the beautiful teeth ~ere discovered to be false, or that the ruddy pink complexion gave way sud- denl) to paTh)r, or that a woman misstated her age, ~vouhl lead no court to anntd the m:lrriage for fraud, The fraud must relate to something vital." A I)uhlie ~ervlce feature of the American Bar Association and the .Malmma .";,tale Bar Associa- lion. Written by Will Bernard. c: 1972 American Bar Association .1 bbshion Note Hair Takes A Cue Front Fashion Next to the clothes you choose, your hair is your most versatile fashion asset. As you change its style, its color, its look . . . you influence your total appearance. I[ it looks fabulous, so will you. With a little effort and attention your hair can be a bright fashion plus for you all the ......................................... time. Hair that has a natural look to it is always m place, always under control. It'll be fresh and beautiful all through an on-the-go day. Beautifully controllable hair starts with a basic cut that fits the features of the wearer a.nd the characteristics of the hair. The style comes through with carefree freedom in soft waves or curls, smooth sweeps and billowy fullness -- all in lheir place, all complementary lo each other. Bouffant ratled bubbles and makempt 1 () c k s have no place in the clean, un- fussy look of today. Beautifully natural - looking hair fashions depend on the control of a good hair setting h)tion, a body-building condi- tioner for manageability, and hair sl)ray - an essential fin- ishmg touch for a total-control hairstyle. Hair spray adds the touch of confidence that helps a wo- man keel) the look she's start- ing Otlt with, because for busy woFneI) there's only one chance to h)ok go()d all day. BUSY BEE CAKE . )ii:ii!i~iil;i~iiiii;~ Busy bees nmde the honey that goes into this cake and other "busy bees" will eat it--and enjoy its rich chocolate honey flavor. It is still possible to bake cakes like "grandma" used to make o " HONEY CHOCOLATE CAKE 2 cups sifted cake flour 1~ teaspoons baking soda teaspoon salt ~/6 cup butter or margarine 1 cups honey 2 eggs 3 squares unsweetened chocolate, melted 1 teaspoon vanilla ~ cup water Sift flour, soda, and salt. C,'eam butter; add honey, one table- spoon at a time, beating well after each to keep batter thick. Add one-fourth of flour mixture; beat until smooth. Add eggs, one at a time, beating well after each. Blend in chocolate and "vanilla. Add rest of flour, alternately with water, beginning and ending with flour; beat very well. Bake in 13 x 9-inch pan, lined on bottom with paper, at 350 for 45 minutes, or until tester comes out clean. Frost as desired.