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IMAGE SMA~t(~AP~RS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. Speigner, Enterprises Alabama, and the late Mr. Spelgner, and the ]ate Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ruebe~ Hart of Florala. His father is exacuUve vice-presi= dent of "me Bank of Florala. Mr. Hart is a graduate of the University of Alabama andplans to conUnue graduate studies in North Carolina. A December wedding is planned. MISS GITENSTEIN Miss Gitenstein To Marry Donald Brett Hart MR. AHD MRS. COX HOSTS TO FLOWER CLUB Mr. and Mrs. Royce Cox were hosts on Monday night, October 19, to the Wood Avenue Flower Club with ten members and one visitor present. Folo lowing prayer by Katie V. Ken- drlck, a covered dish supper was enjoyed. In the absence of the presi- dent, Roy EseH, who was out of town on business, the vice- president, Wilson Kendrlck, opened the meeting with roll call and club collect mitmtes of the last meeting were read and approved and a report was given by the treasurer. Since there was no business to be brought up at this Ume, the meeting was adjourned. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Kendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Jackson and Ron- nie, Mrs. KaUe V. Kendrick, Mrs. Webb Hendrix and the hosts, Mr. and Mrs. Royce Cox. We were sorry that Mrs. Grady Brooks was a patient in a Mo;at- gomery hospital at this Ume. Mr. and Mrs. Seymour Glt- enstein announce the engage- ment of their daughter, Rose Barbara, to Donald Brett Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Hart of Flora]a, Alabama. Miss Gitenstein, a graduate of Holton Arms School in Beth- eeda, Maryland, and Duke Uni- versity, Is now a graduate stu- dent at the U~verstty of North Carolina in Chapel HIlL She is the granddaughter of Mrs. Samuel Green, FIore]a, Alabamat and the late Mr. Green, andthe ]ate Mr. and Mrs. Israel Gitonstein of New York City. Her father is president of Franklin Ferguson, Inc., clo- thing manufacturers, and co- owner of Riverside Shirt and Underwear Company. The prospective bridegroom is the grandson of Mrs. Thomas FLORALA-LOCKHART ROTARY OCTOBER 21, 1970 ROTARIAN RHOICE TYNER ROTARIAN Berryman Me- NeLl had for his program, Jack Winfield, Democratic nominee for U. S. Congress from this District. The subject of a very interesting talk was "The Elec- tara1 College Used inthe U.S.A. to Elect Presidents". Mr. Winfield indicated that the electoral college was valuable, had served us well over the years, and that we should keep this method of electing our Presidents. The elsctoral college was saved in the last Congress by both Re- publicans and Democrats who Club Elects Roy hell The Wood Avenue Flower surer; also the same flower Club met with Mrs. NeLl Cox committee consisting of Ka- on Tuesday night, September 29, tie V. Kendrick, Mormette Jack- having been postponed from son, Mary Whitehurst and MLl- Thursday night, September 17, dred Kendrick will. serve because of the death of Grace another year. A decision was Hendrtx, sister-in-law to Webh made as to where the meet- and Rosa Hendrix. The mem- ings wLll be held for the new hers assembled in the din- year. The Christmas party wLll ing room and after prayer by be in the home of Wilson and Grady Brooks, enjoyed aMildred Kendrick with Royce delicious covered dish supper and l.~cLlle Cox as co- served buffet style. After sup- hostesses. There beLn~ no fur- per the meeting was ca/led to thor business to discuss, the order by the president, Roy meeting was adjourned. Those EzeHt followed by roll call and attending were Wtlson and MLl- club collect- The minutes of the dred Kendrick, Bud, Mlnnette last meeting were read and ap- and Ronnte Jackson, Mary Whitehurst, Rosa Hendrtx, Ka- tie Vanghn Kendrick, Roy, Joann and Kermy Ezellu, Gertis Cook, so a decision to change the Grady and LeonaBrooks, Royce monthly meetings from the third and I.~cLlle Cox, and the host- ess, Mrs. Neal Cox. proved. A lengthy business session followed. A street clean-up Job was discussed, al- Thursday night of each month to the third Monday night of each month daring football sea- son. Officers were elected for the coming year with Roy EseLl graciously consenting to con- tinue as president. Other of. ricers elected were Wilson I~n- drick, vice-president; Mrs. Neal Cox, secretary; Mildred Kendrick wLll continue as trea- II I CABLE SEZ ABEL , : New fall shows you can t see? Sign up for Cable T.V. Call 858-7051 For Installation FLORALA CABLE T.V., IHC. ...... I I I I I THE refused to vote in favor of elec- tion of Presidents by popular vote. According to Mr. Win- field, the balance of power wlth a change to the popular vote method would shift to light FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, industrial states in the East, President; leaving our Alabama vote count- election. ing for only half of what it Interact counts for by using the pre- Harrison and sent electoral college. Wehave Other guests had only one House decision for son and John ; i ~/ [sabelle -Ihom on is qra'ter.! The "Tre en4ous vo' e she. red ved ,n BOARD 01: EDUCATION, 14ONT~u~ ~I4.N, A I~b~l~e. In many candidate elections voters must decide which is telling the truth on =ssues of importance to the people! Where does BILL DICKINSON stand on the issue of School Busing? LET'S LOOK AT THE OFFICIAL CONGRESSIONAL RECORD FOR THE 91ST CONGRESS-! THE OFFICIAL RECORD SHOWS THAT BILL DICKINSON WAS PRESENT & VOTING . .. ... Against school busing .. Against forced integration PROCEEDINGS AND DEBATES OF THE 9 1 St CONGRESS, SECOND SESSIOI~ 116 WASHINGTON, FRIDAY, JULY 17, 1970 No. 121 Date April 23, 1969 July 31, 1969 Dec. 22, 1969 Feb. 19, 1970 April 14, 1970 July 16, 1970 House of Representatives Bill No. HR-514 HR-13111 HR-13111, Conf. Rept. HR-15931 HR-16916 HR-16916, Conf. Rept. Dickinson Present and Voting Present and Voting Present and Voting Present and Voting Present and Voting Present ~nd Voting (The Congressional Record is on file at your local library.) PUBLIC RECORD...NOT DESPERATE EXAGGERATION! FACTS...NOT IRRESPONSIBLE'CLAIMS! for @~~~~i'~ Pd. Pol. Adv. by "Dickinson Few Cemgres=,** P. O. Box 216, Florala, Ala. APPLIANcEs : ::< : :< ASK ABOUT OUR 24-MONTH WARRANTY ON NEW MAJOR Copies available at our nearest office. RANGES 0 REFRIGERATORS DISHWASHERS AIR CONDITIONERS WATER HEATERS mm FREEZERS 8-1665