The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1970 Page: 2 of 8
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THE ALBANY NEWS
Albany, Texas, Thursday, April 30, 1970
The Albany News
JOHN H. McGAUGHEY. Owner and PobHshe*
PibUskd Every Thursday
Second Class Postage Paid
At Albany, Texas 76430
Albany News the past two weeks—and we are
repeating polling places:
Voting Precinct No. 1:
Albany High School
ernment funds. Thus, it is im-
perative that we have a com-
plete count Hie help of every
Voting Precinct No. 2: Nancy Smith Elemen-, resident ^ area needed
Voting Precinct No 3: Moran Luncheon Club
Voting Precinct No. 4: Voting box at Has-
Voting Precinct No. 5: Voting Box at Rock-
to reach this goal," he said.
Call the News office when
I yoo have visitors.
- Social security checks were
sent to 23 million persons in
Sept. '69 17 million retirees
and their families. 6 million
survivors, 2 million disabled
and their families.
Classified ads get results.
MATURITY - INTEGRITY — BUSINESSMAN
ae year, Mofan and Albany
One year outside Shackelford County
Foreign rate on application
Notices and classified ads, 3 c per wurd
) • JUST • \
BETWEEN FRIENDS (
AHRH IS Si ll'HMi \VV VY Friday is
May Day around th»- world, and Saturday,
Mav 2, is date of the First 1'riirtary eleo -
livn tH course all should vote.
Pick your candidates, and go to the polls
arid have a part in tiaiiiing your olfitials
VC'TlNti ROM'S have Urn designated in the
■WE WERE MADE AWARE of the ap-
proach of May this week when we received
the elementary school graduation programs
to print. School activities will fill the days
of students and faculty ike the next three
While we are discussing the school, let us
evtend congratulations to the schools for
their fine recoid iu district and regional
I'll, meets. Albany will have a large num-
ber go to the state meet in Austin—and
we are very proud of them.
THE FANDANGLE SAMPLER Friday night
was excellent and congratulations go to the cast,
directors and his helpers This was a "sample"
ut the wn ing Fandangle the last two weeks
in June, which, by the way, isn't many weeks
The membership picnic was enjoyed by some
six or seven hundred people, and they thorough
ly enjoyed ttie show
Saturday night's performance for the Cow-
inn Hall of Fame group from Oklahoma t lty
was rained out However, some came to Rey-
nolds Bend and were served a barbecued meal.
The "fta,t wl-ert the Sampler is held each
spring for Fandangle members, was too wet
for a show Saturday night
J. Carter King, Jr. Manager
2 to 12 wehs oU
PAUL N. CROUSE
Joe C. Hanna
Pd. Pol. Adv.
SIBJEOT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY
The beginning of gits coding.
it you have contra! gas heating,
you can buy central gas cooling, lor less money than you
might think. You alreaJy have a furnace blower ami,
lU'obably, adequate ductwork. So there's a lot less to install.
And gas air conditioning is
worth Installing. It J».k fewer moving parts to break down,
longer sen ue lite and low er month to-tuonthoperating costs.
, Begin to cool oti by seeing your
air conditioning dealer today.
Lone Star Gas
V'Uj U\ ut0 ILLlki j JVUSV
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Yon EliMiaot* Thtm All WhM
The First National Hank ol Albany
THE CHOICE OF
In a poll of attorneys con-
ducted by the State Bar of
Texas, 62 percent indi-
cated Judye Truman
Roberts as their choice for
the Texas Court of Crimi-
nal Appeals ... You can
place your trust in a man
who merits this wide-
spread approval by his fel-
low lawyers and judges.
)Jexas Court of Criminal Appeals
* Saturday, May
(Pol Ad, paid for by Truman Rowm Campaian Committee)' '
L M. Chism
RESPONSIVE Yet RESPONSIBLE
Qualified by Training and Experience
His record as County Judge and his community
service merit your vote.
(I'aid (or bv (ituens for Stable County Government,)
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The Albany News has beon
author i.'til to atuunuK-f the fol-
lowing catulklutes for office sub»
jvet to the iK'tnoi'iatie I'rt-
maty in May:
lor l*. s. ltf(u fsriit.itlve,
liiU District of Irvai
1 DM VU Rl KI KXON
i lie ckvhon >
l'w Chief Justice. t wurt of
Chd nth Duttkt:
AI ST1N Mv( l»)fi>
(Mitchell Cotuiiy 1
[ lor State lie^ureseutjitlve, Wnl
l'i*lfkt of let as:
JDK C HANNA
of Stephens Coiuity
BIKKt: MI StiKDVt:
Kor County Jud)>e:
I M CHISM
i Kc flection ">
JOHN KAKl. BKALL
I or Couutv and District Clerk:
MKS. Kl BY MOORK
MKS J K Ot:VN)
| lor Couuly Treasurer:
VIMS. BY HON V MAXWELL
t He> electionI
tw CiMMMUsiuaer. Piecuct
JOHN W tilllirrtUl
t Kv tlevUou i
Kw CiMUity i oweui-Uowf.
h«ii»t Ne. 4:
J. W Ml
May 3-10, 1970
First Baptist Church
Missionary to the Caribbean
MONDAY - FRIDAY — 10:00 A. M.
MONDAY-SATURDAY— 7:30 P. M.
SUNDAY SCHOOL —9:45 A. M.
MORNING WORSHIP—10:55 A. M.
TRAINING UNION —6.00 P. M.
EVENING WORSHIP — 7:00 P. M.
Pastor - Joe A. Webb
NURSERY PROVIDED FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE
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The Albany News (Albany, Tex.), Vol. 86, No. 36, Ed. 1 Thursday, April 30, 1970, newspaper, April 30, 1970; Albany, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth413681/m1/2/: accessed June 22, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting The Old Jail Art Center.