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F ;G VO NPAPERS NC ALLCONTENTCOPYRGHTED ALLRGHTSRESERVED USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. ~lt }1~ W ~ w t.# ,.- ......... THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, OCTOBER PAGE 8 THE FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, OCTOBER @ I i ii ,, ' James N. York, Florala, Ah- bama has been appointed a rifle and pistol instructor, by the Na- tional Rifle Association of America. The new instructor was appointed on the basis of ex- perience and the successful n mm completion of an extensive ex- amination. He is now qualified to conduct classes in basic marksmanship and safe gun Curlee Suits James N. York joins the rank of selected volunteer instruc- LAY-A-WAY TILL CHRISTMAS donate many hours in the NRA ALTERATIONS small arm s educalion program. The program has been in VINYL PLASTIC SUIT BAG operation sincel976;sincethat time many millions of pec- NATURAL SHOULDE ple have been taught to handle R WOODEN and enjoy firearms safely and effectively. CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAPPING [FLORALA I SERVING FLORALA SINCE 1904 I Brewer. The day was observed Wednesday, October 28, 19'70, as part of American Week, October 25 - 31, 1970. Looking on as the proclamation is signed are: Jim Director of Public Relations for the Alabama Education Association (AEA) of (right) Herman Harris, Director of Field Services for AEA and Staff CHOOSE YOUR DRUGGIST AS Ethics Commission. Mrs, Ruth C. Dykes of Saraland serves as Chairman of the YOU WOULD YOUR DOCTOR Commission. SHOP .o.o..,,,o - Closed Sundays - Hou~ 8:00 AM Til 700 PM The teaching profession in on Ethics Day, Wednesday, Oc- lic, commitment to the Emergency D,al 8 4475 Alabama will endeavor to tober 28, 1970. Governor Albert sion, and commitment Corner 5th Ave. & 5th St. achieve a greater awareness P. Brewer issued a pro- fessional of the ethics of the profession clamation designating the day tices. Governor as a part of American Educe- these four tion Week, a nationwide obser- . Code as lofty and vance which runs from October of service for D;mml~/;~T 25 through October 31, 1970. ucators. ~i Ilmlli~i In the Governor's proclama- Ethics Day was lion, educators' attention was the AEA Ethics commi called to the worth and dig- the AEA Board of nity of man and the supreme The Commission is importance of the pursuit Mrs. Ruth C. of truth, devotion to excellence, Saraland, with Mr. and the nurturing of democra- Larris of the AEA tic citizenship. Educators were Consultant. The also reminded that their bers of the success is measured by the pro- Mr. William grass of each student toward villa; Miss realization of his potential as a Huntsville; Mr. W. TO SECOND TERM worthy and effective citizen, ter, Carrollton Included in the proclamation Collum, was a commendation of the Code Clarissa Pitts, HOW TO VOTE SPLIT TICKET of EthicsoftheEducationPro- Andrew Durgan, fession, as adopted by the As- Mary Marshall, MANY PEOPLE ASK ME HOW TO VOTE A SPLIT TICKET and will it be counted. The sembly of Delegates of theAla- and Mrs. Dorothy bama Education Association. There are nine Attorney General of Alabama has ruled that split tickets are legal and will be counted. The co~le calls for four corn- Commission mitments from the professional of the nine A split ticket is simply a ballot on which a voter votes for some Democrats, some Repub- educators: commitment to the bama Education licans and perhaps some others. It is a ballot on which the voter votes for the person s~dent, commitmenttothepub- Inc. rather than the party. To vote a split ticket DO NOT mark in any big circle at the top of the ballot but go down the ballot marking an 'rX" in the place provided just in front -- " _i.~Tri-fltv Rescue qnuod A of the name of the candidate of your choice for each office. Your placing your ,,X,, by the name of AHen Edward Cook for District Attorney will be deeply appreciated. .._ .___Thank yo.. __ First Aid, Water Safety Ce F -'~ao~ ~V ---- ----------------'q The first quarter of the Each bag contained 1970-71 fiscal year has been ing: stationary and _ ~ ~- ......... ~ .... busy for the Covington County pocket-size flashligl ff I Chapter of the American Red pen, smallboxof Cross. Following Hurricane deck of cards, Celia, the Chapter was assigned crossword puzzle t a quota of $594 in the Special calendar, plastic to( Fund Campaign. On August soap holders (with t 27, a check amounting to $605 pair of white cottol Area Ctflce, Atlanta, Ca., coy- small bags of sh disaster. $500 of this amount candies and a pack II [ I I j . ]I Searcy andDessieL. Manning,' bama Textile Proc mu~m o, omc~m ~ [ ering funds received for this and individually k~a fez. ~ was paid by the Opp United ing gum. , ) ], )c ( ) ) w.,. ( ) I Fund. Many people mac ( ) M,.~ e. w,~.,. J,. Lewis V. chesser, Miss Betty project possible~ no ( ) D N Sl~phenson [ () Jere BeaMey ) Bob French ( ) Isaiah ~sddy) ( ) John G Cromrnelln ,mv A~Cknmmli-- '" "Ma~GallJon 1 I(Bill P4xley I I I I Red Cross instrueters,made and donated v~ ~,. o. I' ' conducted classes in First Aid green bags. Also i'U "- [ I I' I I I I .od Water Safety. It is with tons and assisted w i ~=. ~m.. ~,,i~.- [ }, )~. wa~,~ I'S.,b. TU, ^,,.. l () M.,-~ P.do,, l [ l pride, that the followlng certi- the shipment. v.~o. , I(' ~'~'~'"~'1' ~'*~"~"~ I ,o.~u... I I I ,icates were issued: 28 Mr. and Mrs. hffi m=ts ~ I Standard First Aid and 25 Ad- donated the small "---'-----'- ' I I I I I I v=ed First Aid. These tergent. The CoVt VO~ for On~ , [ ( ) Ogburn & Gardner ( Richard "Dick" B~ard ( John Henry hvt~ "~"~'--~-'- ' I 1'HowellT. Heflln I I I - classes were composed of Bank, pocket-size v. ,.o. , mem rs of the l-City Res- The Commercia' r'w Amedal~ Ju~l~e I~ Court. Plum !1o. 1-- I v.. , I cne Squad, Florala, and the Opp point pens; Smith t ,. o. . I I I I sc,e ad. chines, statlona,; ,.a,,.,m.,.~,,~...e..~=.- I I I'..gh mdao. I I In cooperaLion with the Anda- Company, bagS rV~a..,s~i~i..~,.,c,~..k~- I lusia Recreation Department, pecans; Wrigley vo~, ~ o, [ [(~., z. ~c.,,. ~,. Water Safety awards were asCompany, 40 ~,~,~dCW~d,~,~,~.l~[ [ t(A~.Lo,.~ follows: 49 Beginner Swim- Cash contribution ruing, 32 Advanced Beginnerceived from the fo~ FI JIIIIl~ Cl~'t ill Cl~dllli ~l~lllIl* Plll~ H* I'" ~ ] I(Aubrey M. Cali~, Jr. vote ~ o, I i J Swimming, 10 Intermediate Maddox Sunday SC rf#~c4~*e(:~,~l~--I 1 J(Reneau P. Almon Swimmer, 1 swimmer, 15 Cer- First United MethO~ Vot. ~ o~ I I ~.. c.~., ~ ~ ~ ~ ~-[ I(Robe. P. S~d,,~ tfficates of Participation in Be- Business and Profe giunerSwimmingtemembersof men's Club, Mento r~.~,.~., ~ ~ ~,. k ~--[ [~L c~,~, w~t . a Special Class, 7 Junior Life retie Club, Docen~ Jmdlge Ce~t d Ch'D ~PlxmJ~ ]p~ io, ll~lI f() T, Werth Thagard vo~. ~ o~ I I [ . Saving and Water Safety, and 4 nassus Club, Jaycet r. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~- I ........ I -~ Senior Life Saving and Water Club, Cynosure Clul V" ~r 0~ I I ...... I I( )C'C'('.~)O'~' I I Safety. nell Lewis, Mrs. v~. ~ o. ......... I i( " ~ so~., I [ On Friday, September 11, RO- Woodham, Mary All bert Gamble, Safety Director of Andalusia; the ( r,, ~ .- ~ ~ ,-, I I [ ( ) Jack Winfield D~,i~i--V~ ~, ON I wim~ U m~L~. I( p,,~ s~. ~,. I for the Mobile Combined Ser- dist Womens r~ Itm~ Imm~ ~I F.de~Im~ tram Im~ I I r~.~--v~ ~, c~ t )~om,o.(~') ~'~" s. ~L ~. -o,~, {( #.~, s. ~,h,n l i vice Territory, and Maurtce Christian Service, ) r "'~ s~I I I I Levite, National Represen. Opp, the Crusader r, ~ a~m. ~ ~ ~ I I tative, presented a Multi-Media United Methodist ( v~ ~ o,. I I ) ~" ^ ~.,o~ ~ ~.. e~.,.~ coo~ ) j. ~-k G~. [ [ First Aid demonstration in the iness and Profe I v~ ~, ~ I ) z c (c,~) v~. [ Conference Room of Covington men's Club, Thre r, ~m~ ~m"~d ~--W*~ O, II tl i ) ~k ~o~. I Electric Cooperative, Inc. 14 Sesame Club, ] h, ~ ~,. d people participated in this, re- and the Opp Cotton ,.~ ~ ~ x~ ~ [ [ ) "~'~ ~. w~ presenting Opp. and Coving- Volunteers who vo~ ~ o. t I , ~,~ ~,o, i ton Textiles, Opp; Southea~ this pro}oct IncluC ,,. ~ ], l Ahbama Gas District, Alabama Avant, Mrs. John v. I I CL IF THIS SAMPLE BALLOT OUT AND zlectric Cooperative, Coy- ham, Mrs. Vince ! Fu' Cinmtt C~Ii-- I I ILdll IT AHEAD OF TIME AND TAKE- ington Electric Cooperative, C.A. Moon, Mrs. v...o. , , ! , IT TO THE POLLS WITH YOU ON J, rw ~ cmu~r Z, umm,,d~ Cmn~- [ Vole for One , , ) W. H. (Bill) ~lldwin NOVEMBER 3- 1970 ! Covington County chapter, worth C,~ntt, Mis~ ~Vot~ :1~ 01~ I ~ I ) ro~ ~ .~ =,. ARC. Arrangements for this wen, Miss Lynette )WZ=o,dM~ [ [ I Taylor, Development Advisor T. W. MeDowell rT~. ~c~J~"~ " ~ ~" =~ ~- I program were made by Den U. Wanda Benefteld, ~ll~l lllllllll ~1 ~ ~ No. l--- I / ) Durham F~ Tllrry for Alabama Electric Coopera- (Bill) Parrish. ~ r~ ~ ~ ~. --m,,~ ,m~- I I I [ tire. I01 services by Vote for (k~ I ~ ) Jamea E. Sral~h L A Bloodmobile operations were have been render' held in Andalusia and Opp on of servicemen, . September 15 and 18. 273 units lies, and veterans of blood were drawn against a dows. i ~ I I I I I I I I I I / I / quota of 370 pints. When you On September 29, 100 gift Andalusia and (Pd. Pal. Adv. By Allen Edward Cook, Andalusia, Aio.) filled ditty bags were shipped Funds - you help for members of the Armed carry on its Forces serving in Vietnam. activities. . ~!