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IMAGE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. USE SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. PAGE6 Assembly Of God Homecoming The First Assembly of God Church, 1721 West 5th Ave- nue, Florala, will be having Homecoming services this Sun- day, November 23. Services begin at 9:45 a.m. Lunch will be served at the noon hour. A special singing will start at 1:30 with the Bob William Singers from Pace, Florida and The Singing Vigils of Pensacola, Florida. The special guest speaker for the morning service will be the Reverend W. W. Holder, who was pastor of the church from July 1953 to Novenfver 1967. Under his leadership, the church grew and an educational building was built in 1955. La* ter on, the old church was torn down and the present church was constructed and completed in 1966. While pasturing the Flo- rala Church, the Reverend Hol- der served on the Alabama Dis- trict Council Presbyter Board. Also, he was Area Representa- tive for the Sunday School De- partment. The Reverend Raymond Tay- lor, pastor, invites everyone to come and enjoy the ministery of Brother Holder, renew your friendship and be blessed. All friends and former mem- bers and present church fami- lies are urged to attend. WITH PURCHASE OI= A Micro- Wave Oven Air Conditioner Television Stereo's - Console Or Component System CBRadio's 8 Track Good 11-8-75 Thru. 11-26-75 ,Ib , ENTERPRISE - Debra Donaldson, center, was crowned Miss ESJC at the annual pageant held at Enterprise State Junior College on Thursday night. Shown with Debra from the left is Pebble Chaves, Ozark, second runner-up, and April Howell, Enterprise, first runner up. Debra Donaldson Captures "Miss ESjC" Ti :le Debra Donaldson, the former National Peanut Festival Queen and Miss Enterprise, was crowned "Miss ESJC" at the Eleventh Annual Beauty Review at Enterprise State Junior Col- lege, Thursday night, Novem- ber 13. April Howell, Enterprise, was first runner-up, and Pebble Chaves, Ozark, was second runner-up. Linda Coon, Elba, was chosen by her fellow con- testants as the "Spirit of 76" this year's congeniality award. Twenty-seven coeds partici- pated in the pageant. Bob Ho- well, Dothan television news- man, was Master of Ceremo- nies. Miss Donaldson will repre- sent the junior college dur- ing the school year at commu- nity and school events and will compete for the state title in the Miss America competition next June. Debra won the even- ing wear and swim suit awards and was a finalist in the talent contest. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Donald- son. April Howell, first runner- up, won top award for talent and Debbie Chaves was a ta- ay Moody, Enterprise; Cheryl Olds, Enterprise; and Susan Provin, Enterprise. Seven other finalists were: Carole Crampton, Rubble Heath, Tina Crumpler, Cheryl elms, and Susan Provin, Enter- prise; Lisa Sanders, Ft. Ruck- er; and Jan Schofield, Opp. Other coeds competing for the title were: Monica Johnson, Judy Popplewell, Jerri Spence, Melodic Wood, end Lorna Bru- so, Enterprise; Shoryl Sands and Cindy Owens, Ozark; Nan- cy Wright, New Brockton; Tra- cey Bishop, Daleville; Cathy Christian, Brantley; Paula Wesley, Chancellor; and Mary Baggett, Troy. Judges for the contest were Mrs. Jacqueline Crawley, Troy; Billy Steele, Alexander City; and John Reynolds, Monroe- rifle. Pee-Weegs All Star Football Action by Morris Under a clear, but cold Nov- ember night, a large turn-out of Florala fans and parents journeyed to Crestview, Flo- rida, to watch the Florala Pee Wee All-Stars do battle with the Crestview All-Stars in play- off action. The first game of the night star the Florala Jet and Tiger All-Stars buckle under in de- feat to the tune of 30-6, Crest- views favor. The Crestview team showed a fine display of Myerson defense, led by Ken Williams, Greg Peterson and Be Hattaway, to name a few, stunned the of- fensive game of the opponent. The running of Andy Town- send and Ricky Mitchell, in the second half, proved to be too much for the opposing team. TD's were made by Andy Town- send running forone and picking up a Crestview fumble for ano- ther, with Shane Davis running for the final score. Final score: Florala All- lent finalist, offense while the only bright Stars 22; Crestivew All-Stars • '7 * All three of the winners will spot.for the Florala team'was ~ the game, ,: .receive scholarship awards and -the rtmning of JtmmyStone, who-'*NOTE Aftez; were chosen as Calendar Girls. Others named as Calendar Girls were: Nancy Chalker, Daleville; Yana Jones, Enter- prise; Carole Crampton, En- terprise; Linda Coon, Elba; Mary Curenton, Geneva; Lisa Sanders, Ft. Rucker; Tina Crumpler, Enterprise; Carolyn O All your electric appliances , such list could be exact for everybody because no two appli- ances use exactly the- same energy. And no two people have the same usage patterns. But, from this list, you can get an idea of where you use the most clccu'iciw, and where you can ~'pwal number o/ kihm'att-hours used year6' 216 6,200 6,90O accomplish the most with strong- er energy management steps. For more information on managing the cnergy you use, ask at any Alabama Power office for our new brochure, "8] Ways to Control Your Electric Bill." Typwal number of kilowan-hours hem used yearly Mixer 13 Radw 86 Ra&o/record player 109 Range (with oven) 1,200 ' ' Range (with sell-clean oven) 1. 205 Re/ngerator ( Convennonal) Single Dc~¢~ (9 to 13 cubic/eel) 720 Two Door (12 to 15 cu&c /eet) 1.200 ,, ,,, ,, , ,, , Re]ngerator (Frost-Free) Two Door (12 to 20 cu&c [eet ) 1, 800 S(de-by-nde (16 to 25 cub, w feet) Z 160 ,,, Roaster . 205 Sewing machine 11 TelevmOn (black (_~ u,hite, tube type) 360 ..... Television (black & white, solid state) 120 .... " Televnw,/'(color, tu& type/ 660 Televgmn (color, sohJ state) 7,7OO 440 Toaster 39 • 'Trash compactor 50 9,200 10,800 15 100 17 9OO 106 83 360 147 291 43 138 170 L 200 Vacuum cleaner 46 1, 800 Waffle baker 22 186 Washthg machine (automanc )' 120 Waste duposer Water heater (quick recovery) had a 65 yard TD called hack, due to a penalty. In the second game, the Flo- rala All-Stars overcame their "butterfly jitters" to defeat Crestview by the score of 22-6. After shaking off their mis- cues and penalties in the early stages of the game, a bustling 14 use energy. But how much some use, and how little others Use in proportion, may surprise you. This list is based on aver- ages-- typical amounts of dec- tricity used by various appliances in a year's time. Naturally, no l/e/H An" Clea,er Air condmimet; central (2 t,ms) l 21 tons All coHdIIIOHeI; centra (' V2 ) ' 163 A. c, mdit/i me/; ce.tral (3 tons) At)" condmimet; cemral (4 tom) cemral ~5 t,,ns) Blender Br,.ler ',,,k Clothes dryer G~ffee maker Deep fi3'er Duhwasher Electric blanket Fan (anw ) Fun (circulating) Fan (r,,llaway) Fan (windo~,) Hat? dryer Humidifier 15 cubac feet) 15 cubic/eet) t~licrot~ve (oven only) Lighting: Average annual lighting usage varies perhaps more than th~ me o] any electr~ appliance. As a guide for your,~n calcula- tz~, ten lO0-¢att bulbs hghted /or one how use one kilmoatt-how. 144 190 Florala All-Stars were pre- sented a trophy, being the vic- tors in the Crestview All- Star Bowl game. Our congra- tulations goes to all players and the coaching staff for their fine efforts. This Saturday night, Nov- ember 2g, there will be a re- turn game at Matbews Stadium, staring the same teams. Sup- port them with your atten- dance. Christmas Stamps, "Priceless " Christmas Seals and Christ- mas postage stamps have one thing in common thisyear. They're both "priceless," but for different reasons said, Dr. Juanita McDonald, Covington County Christmas Seal Chair- man. Postal officials explained that the two Christmas Stamps [] issued by the U. S. Postal Sys- tem had to be printed by the • Bureau of Engraving and Print- • ing far in advance. Because • of this uncertainty as to who- [] ther postage rates would rise, by how much, and when, it was • decided to omit a price desig- [] nation on the special Yule • stamps. This is the first time • this has happened. It has since been announced [] that the 10 cents first class [] wlH prevail until after Christ- [] mas, changing them to 13 cents. [] "Christmas Seals don't have an indicated price, either, but [] ~ey never have" said the ohair- [] man. "Christmas Seals are a [] reminder of the annual cam- palgn to fight against lung dis- [] ease conducted by the Rla- [] hama Lung Association. Tile [] Seals are mailed to thousands [] of homes in the county. Res- pense is voluntary and it is [] hoped that, recipients of the [] Seals will contribute generously • to our effort to prevent and. • control empi~ysema, tuberculo- ' sis, chr0~c bronchitis, and [] asthma, as well as to reduce • the threat of smoking and air [] pollution. • "Christmas Seals and Christmas postage stamps [] make a cheerful combination on • your letters, cards and pack- • ages, the chairman added. • "While the number of stamps is determined by the weight of • your mall,.the amount of your [] Christmas Seal contribution is [] governed by the goodness of [] your heart. So use plenty of Christmas Seals and help the [] fight for healthy lungs." [] Serving with the chairman [] are: Dr. J. W. Johnson; Miss MM LuclUe Manclll; Dr. Sara Jo Panicle; Mr. Hubert Sullivan; Mr. Zlha Anderson; and Mrs. Sara Gooisby. Present: Mayor, Joe R.chinson. Motion carried, truck from the Floral Evans; Councllmembers: Mac- The following resolution was Board in the amount~ I kler, Anderson, Hutchinson, Jo- presented to council by Mayor Seconded byCouncilwo~! I Evans: chinson and carried wi~ I RESOLUTION favor, l I WHEREAS the football team Next item of busine~ of the Florala High School, insurance claim in co~M4 known as the Florala Wild- with storm damage of~ / cats, have completed a re- her 23, 1975. A gular schedule to ten games nes and seconded by under the direction of Head cept offer of Coach, Paul Terry, AND,insurance carrier. WHEREAS, the FLORALA Wild. ried with all in favor. nes, Zorn; City Clerk: Martha Byrd; Visitors: Jean Jones, Merle Woodham, Charles Wil- kins, Martelle Johnston. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Evans. Coun- cilwoman Hutchinson led the group in prayer. Mayor Evans read the minutes of the Octo- ber 27, 1975, regular meeting. Councilman Anderson request- nd Umt tlm following amend- mtmtl be made: That the words City Attorney be deleted from AUea Cooks mtme and add to the minutes that in the discussion concerning the appointment of a temporary chief of police, Co~mcilman Anderson asked the question of Allen Cook, who had authority to appoint an acting chief of police, his answer was he did not know. There being no further corrections to the minutes, they were adopted as corrected. An application for restaurant liquor license was brought be- fore the council. Mr. James Peters, owner of The Dinner Bell Restaurant, made this re- quest with the ABC Board and was referred to Council for local approval. Motion made ¥ IRGINIA PETRITSIS INDUCTED HONOR SOCIAL Virginia Petritsis of Flo- rala, was inducted into the Troy State University chapter of Gamma Beta Phi, a national scholastic honor society. Miss Petritsis is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Petritsis of Route 1, Box 55, Florala. The induction ceremony was conducted by members of the society. President Kenny Afford in- troduced Dr. Rosemary Can- field, TSU chapter adviser and state director of the group, who spoke on the significance of the society. To be eligible for member- ship, a student must have an overall grade point average of 2.0 on the university's 3.0 scale. The TSU chapter of Gamma Beta. phi i~,.~Ow the largest in the natWa;~Rth, more than 400 members. cat Football Team has been undefeated in this ten games schedule AND, WHEREAS the Florala Wild- cat Football Team will enter the State Playoffs for the State Championship Class 2A, WE HEREBY RESOLVE THAT The City of Florala sup- ports them in this effort and urge all citizens and fans of the Florala Wildcats to give them support in winning this State Championship. A motion by Anderson and seconded by Zorn for the adop- tion of the above resolution. Motion carried with all in fa- vor. Mayor Evans informed council of the presentation of an American Flag to the City in memory of I. D. Thomas by Mrs. Charolette Thomas. Mayor Evans reported to council that he had been con- tacted by Elba's Recreation Department on the purchase of roller skates owned by the City of Florala. After discussion, Councilwoman Hutchinson sug- gested that the city keep the skates for their own use. All in favor. Next on the agenda was a re- quest from the Florala Wildcat Band for a calendar ad from the City in the amount of $35.00. On a motion by Anderson and seconded by Mickler to pur- chase the ad. All in favor. Mayor Evans informed coun- cil that he had contacted Mr. Ed Rodwell in reference to the vacancy on the mental health hoard. Mr. Rodwell wasunable to accept the appointment. On a motion by Anderson, the name of Mr. Dale Odom was submit- .ted. Mr. Odom will be contact- ed by Mayor Evans. Mayor Evans brought to the attention of council the pub- lic hearing to be held Novem- ber 13 and November 20, 1975 at the Florala City School Lunchroom at 7 p.m. Mayor EVans asked Council to consider for the next meet- ing agenda the need to have an exterminator treat the Old Ar- mory Hall building for termites, after the new roof and ceiling are completed. The council review proposed sewer plans for bid November 20, 1975. On a motion by An- derson and seconded by Mick- ler that council concur with plans. Carried with all in fa- vor. Mayor Evans asked for a po- lice report from Councilwoman Mickler. Council was informed of police car repairs and a re- port from October 27 through November 9, 1975. Mayor Evans read a letter to council from the Florala Women's Junior Civic Club requesting held from the City with the December 3, 1975 Bloodmobile. After discussion Councilman Anderson made the motion for the Mayor to con- tact businesses to encourage employees in this matter. Car- The council replacing of ceiling in Armory Hall. Under contract ceiling would placed at same hei lower ceiling would turning of ceiling job. Council authoriz tractor to install a ceiling if tile that was purchased could be If this could not be then, present ceiling be replaced. A request from sey as to culbert for was approved on a Anderson amd Hutchinson. Motion Councilwoman quested that street North 6th Street be Councilwoman requested light on Street be fixed. Councilman Zorn the attention of Counci center parkway was for parking in front of mory Hall. When are completed parking on street side of buildiv will keep parkway from damaged by cars. Martelle Johnston quested by council to price for rewiring ing of old Armory Hall. There being no iness to come before a motion was made by and seconded by Mickl~ journ. All in favor. regular meeting will be ember 24, 1975 at 4 p.m.~ rala City Hall. 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