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IMAGE SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE 4 FHS PLAYERS OF THE WEEK q John Matthews Davld Maddox CLASS 2A 1975 STATE FOOTBALL CHAMPIONSHIP PLA Y OFFS 0ulrtlf-Ftnlll ~rta I Themqivllle m~. iV)Nv'zl " I Thorn asville G-I A,. , J.F. I S4~-FInIII Finals Ilov.?.a - Mkend 0ec.S -,Mkend 6.1 ~'ge 3 Fl@e'@lollsi iv) Florala 6-2 J ~-~ 4 ~ (H)~ln Z ArH S' St. ~(I) (v) 6-3 {IJ~llliHandly3 # 14~d1~ (tl--ln 6-.10 (Lr,~ 7 ~tevatlo is) iv) / / Hokes Bluff b-4 ~JP*a e .oke~ I~Vrw,J iN)mile* * Aria 9Plckims C0.(a} (V) ] Winfield 6-S lllllOn S' Am 10 Itlnfteld ((H ) 6.11 ~.~ ;| ,.ua, Is) (v) 64 i Susan Moore Area )Z T,~ limm(s)l (#)l/,ll~ li ~r~ t7 maim u~(v) I Haztewood 6.7 I 1 Am 14 FIIkv411~ (1) I (H) I 8-11 tyea zl m/b ts~(v) I pi s~a~h , 6.1 -- !1 i~., fllim)I~'' II I I Minnlr It-| 6-13 Him, mr 6-10 Mtll~ 6-11 6-14 mill" 1-11 InnMr 6-13 6.1S IRMcNner-up ilnmr 6-14 ~hdlr,l Heart Disease - A Critical Risk A race car driver zooming such perilous feats. But we're around a track at 200 miles unaware that we flirt withdeath an hour ,isks his life to break, just as much as these dare- speed records. Another man devils. We think of life as a builds a lightweight vessel and gamble and find it convenient to sails off on a one-man voyage ignore the odds. Health ex- across the ocean, perts give us good advice about Most of us are amazed at living and eating habits and we NEWS OF INTEREST Cont. From Front veer. We have seen both of them, so we really don't know what they will do against us. Probably, since they went with the wishbone last week with Shields, we will see more of that. They are not as big as Rehobeth and don't throw tile ball a lot. "If Rehobeth had had a decent passing game, we would have had problems. It was a good ball game, but they three and four- yarded us to death. In the third quarter, they took the ball on the kick off and controlled it for more than eight minutes. Of course, we stopped them reside the ten yard line and it worked out to our advantage because they killed a lot of the clock." The thing that worries Coach Terry now is travel - if we win the game Friday night. Should Florala and HokesBluff win the second round of State Play-Offs, there is apossibility the next two play-off games will be played in Florala. After then, Terry feels sure Florala will have to travel to north Alabama- about 300 miles, for the final round of play and the championship decision. Congratulations To The Band Our heartiest congratulations to Band Director Andy Alsup and all the members of the Florala Wildcat Marching Band for their performance in the Enterprise Band Festival. The band members were a wee bit disappointed that their over-all rating was only #2, excellent, but I don't think that is a thing to be sad about. It will just give them something to work toward next year. We are particularly proud of Drum Major Gary Bradley, Maiorettes Sissy Savage and Anne Mills, and the Drum Corp for bringing home the #1, Superior rating. Just look at all the fine recognition Florala is getting with a #1 football team and this much improved Florala Wildcat March- ing Band. But with a #1 band director and a #1 coach, what more can you expect? Nothing, but the best. disregard it. Take heart disease, for ex- ample. It can affect anyone who delights in these risks: A pack or two-pack-a-day ciga- rette habit; no concern about high blood pressure checkups; a diet laden with saturated fats and cholesterol; a problem with overweight; and an aversion to exercise. The American Heart Asso- ciation calls these the risk factors of heart attack and stroke, which together claim nearly 900,000'lives each year. Thousands of these deaths are premature. Heart attack is the leading killer of people aged 45-64 and stroke ranks third. By modifying these risk fac- tors, the Alabama Heart Asso- ciation points outthatit'spos- sible to eliminate or reduce the chances of heart attack or stroke. Unfortunately, for some, there are certain risk factors which can't be altered -- heredity, sex, age, and race. Some families have a tendency toward heart attack or stroke. Men suffer heart attacks earlier in life than women, and the like- lihood of heart attack increases with age. Black Americans run a higher risk because they're more likely to develop high blood pressure. It's never too late to re- assess your lifestyle and cut down your risk. See your doc- tor for a blood pressure test -- if it's high, it can be con- trolled with drugs or diet the- rapy. SEASON RECORD Florala 13 Florala 35 Florala 6 Florala 20 Florala 26 Florala 2 1 Elba 1 2 Hartford 8 Opp 0 Georgiana 0 Baker 0 Walton 14 ,, Florala 46: :;: Red Level Florala 50 Florala 45 Florala 22 Florala 20 Samson '12 Luverne 16 ' Brundidge 6 Rehobeth Dinner Bell Farm Zorn Brothers The Florala News Kendrick's Florist & Bon-Jean Style Shop THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, Lockhart Lumber Corn Farmer's Seed S Staggers IGA Sullivan Furniture Avenue Cle Liberty National Insur Johnson-Rhoade@ &Mens