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IMAGEI~"~* *~~ -- ~ I~ restrlctlonsrala' but however,and reservations,Wlth certain : (a) The lessee's right to ~i~ , occupancy hereunder and use of these premises may be ter- minated by the City of Florala immediately upon the happen.. ing of the following events or appearance in fact of the tel- :: ~ lowing conditions or any one of them: 1. Abandonment or non-use "A" HONOR ROLL AND PRINCIPAL - Left to Right, Back of the lessee for the education, Row, Mr. Rutherford, Debra Cuddy, Dale Mclntosh, Pamela recreation, or training on the York, Front Row, Laurice Senterfltt, and Lewis Thorn. premises of its members. DIRECTOR,A/ABN4A STATE SOVEREIGNTY COr ISSION - Wo '-I 2. Changed conditions which tO preserve our Freedom of Choice and our State's rIg~ shall make a differentuseofthe PAXTON'S. HONOR ROLL FOR the citizens of Flore~ in their right to use .the Private Park FOI~ BUSINESSS~ - Educated through AlabamR'S publi0 ,.,s, s.x W,, s the exercise of the said right; schools and the University of Alabama. 12th Grade - A' - Debbie 5th Grade - "A" - Pamela and Cuddy. "A & B" - Martha York. "A & B" - Beverly WHEREAS, the City of F1o- Senterfitt, Yvonne Adams, Adams, Dsrrel Adams, Greg rala has found and does here- ACTIVE D,T CIVIC AFFAIRS - Kiwanis Club - Toastn~ste~J" ~'~ ~ Jerry Andrews, Libby Fulgham, Coffey, Synthla Crosby, Jessie by find an abandonment of the i~ : Douglas Grimes, Bonita Hollo- Jordan, Nancy Tunnage, Joann leased premises by the Boy U.S. Army vetePan - American LeF~Lon - Baptist. ii way, Sandra Hart, Deborah Mil- Thorn, Angels York, Kelth Scouts of Florida for a period ton, and Marilyn Thomas. Smith, Tim Geoghagan, Janet butter, milk. exceedi~4~ 5 years; and , LIFELONG AZABAMA DEM3CRAT - Former mer~er, State Democratic Executive Committee, 1959-1963. Hth Grade - "A & B" - Connie Adams, Ben Baldwin, Sissy Nogar, and Melinda Thorn. 10th Grade - "A & B" - Debbie Hurst, Virginia Mc C1ellan, IAnda Poalo, Tommy Holley, and Ronald Prater. 9th Grade = "A & B"- Dennis Geohagan, Randy Huck- aba, Mike Hullon, Gary Lowry, Anita Kelly, Kathy Mclntosh, Jean Thomas, Pare Thorn, Karen Woodall, and Danny Go- million. 8th Grade - "A & B" = San- dr~ Smith and Billy Pridgen. 7th Grade = "A & B"- Kelly Sexton, Graig Huckaba, Picky Skinner, and Sheryl Mix= son. 6th Grade - "A" = Dell Mc- Intosh.- "A & B" - Sheree Glmss, Thomas Fulcham, Terrel Presly. PAXTON Jordan, Katrina Hunt, Cynthia p Dyess, Tommy Ballard, Bruce _axton Baber, and Terry Stewart. 4th Grade-"A" - Lewis Downs Thorn and Laur!ce Senterfitt. "A & B" Gregory Prescott and Marga Nowlin. Ponce de Leon HOW OBSERVANT On October 20 the Paxton ARE YOU? Junior Bobcats played and de= HOW MANY poles are there teated the Pe~ce de I.~on Pt- on the arcade7 rates at Ponce de Leon. HOW MANY steps are there The seventh and eighth grade to the teacher's lounge? team took the court first and WHICH YEAR'S basketballbeat the Pirates by a score of team donated the trashcan be- 31-20. The halt-Ume score was side the school store? 16-6, Psxton leading. High HOW MANY lights are there point scores were: Paul Var- in the main hail? num, 13 points, and Wayne Mil- HOW MANY senior class pico ton, 7 points. Lures are there in the hall? Tne ninth grade team played HOW MANY trophies are next and took the Pirates by a there in the trophy cases? score of 42 = 14. This the ninth grade team's 25 straight victory. The half-time HIGH SCHOOL NEWS STAFF score wasPaxton-25andPonce de Leon - 10. High scores EDITOR .................................... . SANDRA HART of that game was Corrigan ASSISTANT EDITOR ...................... BARBARA HUGHES Campbell with 15 points and FHA REPORTER ............. .. .. ,...... . MARILYN THOMAS Dennis Geoghagan with 14. FFA REPORTER .......................... WYMAN RUSSELL Coach Geoghagan said, SPORTS REPORTER .......................... ROGER PAUL "They played the best I have GRADE NEWS ....... JAMESOOLDENANDPAULHOLUNGHEAD ever seen them playl" SPECIAL REPORTERS .......... , ANN DAVIS, PAT NEWBORN,COach Pittman sald, 'q am MONTREL GEOHAGAN, DENNIS POOLE, LEIGH THORN, well se.Um'ted with their per- MARY ALLEN, AND DIANNE NOBLES. formance." Keep up the ADVISOR ............................... MRS, IDA LOU SMITHgood work boyslll THURSDAY = Chicken withWHEREAS, the City of Fie- rice, green beans, fruit salad, rala has further found that it peanut butter crackers, rolls, would be to the best interest butter, and milk. of the citizens of Florala to FRIDAY - Sloppy joeonbuns, now include the heretofore whole kernal corn, tossed salad, leased premises in a State Park peach cobbler, milk. which will be maintained by the State of Alabama and improved for the use of the general pub- GRADE NEWS JACK WINFIELD will MRS. MADDOX'S first and solved By the City Council of second gradershavemadeanew the C'2ty of Florala, Alabama counting man. His fingers are as follows: made of colored clothes pins. L That theisasehereinabove This week they havebeen learn, referred to Is hereby cancelled tng the story, "The Three BI1- and is without legal effect due ly Goats and Gruff". to the abandonmontoftbe leased MRS. WHITE'S Elementarypremises by the Lessee, Boy Music students have been Scouts of Flore~ Alabama. studying "Ballet Music". While 2. ~ the beet interest o~ studying "Ballet MUSIC", the the citl~ena of Florala will be Music students saw a film called better served by including the "Coppella" by Leo Delibes. land. beretofore leased to the MRS. WHITE'S high school Boy ScOUTS, in a i~blic park music classes have been study, to be develol~d and matntalned ing "General Music". Buddy by the State of Alabam under Adams led a discussion about the supervistou of its Parks 'rNatlonRllsm, in Music". Commlsaio~. Tchalkousky, Kodaly, and ADOPTED AND APPROVED Smetana were special compo= THIS 2"/th DAY OF OCTOBER, sere which have been studied 1970. by these students. CITY OF FLORALA MRS. WHARTLEY~S ReadingBy: C. E. Btt~alow Cla~ses have been studying the Its Mayor basic fundamentals of public speaking. The high school stu. ~caf~i by. dents have been studying the ]B~dtF C~tham parts of speech. CRy Clerk You will not have to call on Jack as JACK Wl NF I ELD Wl LL GET YOUR MONEY'S WORTH (Pd. be your FRI END in congreS to join an expensive clUl)" your Congr e s sman. SPEAK UP FOR ALABAMA " ...FOR A CHANGE K WIN YOUR CONGRESSMAN Pol. Ad by Ray Evans -MontEon~ry)