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r er.:al farmers can ~-[~ some free hay "}Ci} (;ountv Beef Pr(~:lucers --" ~eiving a small amount of sponsored by the laor's Office and other i,.- to help feed the cattle tives~ the drought. Clinton C. Funcif the Roba Community is Con?d receiving hay from the 000 { Smith Experiment ', _$ Boyd is one of 35 pro- pla.~' :* " , _~ who received free hay trout t'' "_i his program. The lp U~ture drought crisis tom- ire ra! members include: John ['or c~, Farmer; Socrates plan~, president, Cattleman s t thehtion; Albert Daniels, less ~ II Commissioner; B.B. ~t hdn, president, Alabama .ation~rs Federation; Zona or rod, NRCR; Walter [RCS~n, County Agent and " " ~i S Pulliam, County ~cnc~ bion Agent. The National , _ ~ is transporting the hay for ~ E.V. Sm]th Research ManI, Shorter, AL The beef recen~ers pick and transport .VIaco~y to their farms . You Thdgn up for the hay at your ~teer!extension office, 207 at artMain Street, ~L~kegee. If y0 -2605~ at : tyor Williams offers thanks Sou~ scu0 . reelection endorsement e U?; the P~ent ~5~skegee Mayor Ron Williams has hske{ed to receiving the endorsement for Led ~n from the Democrats of the 82nd are i~ t m w_~e take this opportunity to express my n, pie~tion for the confidence and the encour- ~raTY, [ of the Democrats of the 82nd District for tUSKe~d - "'" " r" "3~ orsement of my canmoacy mr mayo, Y t aS commented. :on, I had made up my mind to only seek ----~rsements: the 82nd District and the city Employees' Association." not seek any other endorsements," continued. s been my experience that most other ~tions are solely 'special interest groups' ]d, ~leadership predetermining the endorse- erefore, I consider the Democrats of the Nrict the most unbiased political organi- b ,C0[~3 ar. A city employee endorsemc.nt is an f I~ e because it expresses the desire of our USl~~e."' Ron Williams .. Seeks reelection There are nine candidates for mayor of Tuskegee. In addition to Williams, others on the ballot for the Aug. 22 elec- tion are Lucenia Williams Dunn, Barbara Howard, To m m i e Johnson, Lateefah Muhammad, Stanley Maxwell, Rev.. Mark Michael, Cornell Tatum and Freddie Washington. Page A-3, The Taskegee News, July 27, 2000 Long-time town clerk Ramsey running for mayor of Notasulga Sercing Notasulga for the past 26 years as Town Clerk and Treasurer, Tennie Louise Ramsey offers experience, dedication and availability to Notasulga citizens in her pursuit of the Mayor's position. This experience has lead her to a vast understanding of the Notasulga community. Her expe- rience has led to understand, cre- ating and following budgets. In addition, she has developed excellent communication skills and has established working relationships with key personnel in governmental agencies that are associated with the Town. Highlights of her professional accomplishments in the Notasulga community include: Instrumental in the initiation of the Nutrition Center, 1978. Served as Court Clerk and magistrate for the Notasulga Municipal Court since it was establkhed in 1978. State certified Grade II Water Operator; obtained certification in 1985. Planned, established maps and received approval for voting districts required by the U.S. Justice Department, 1988. Served on the successful "Save Our School" committee. ParticipatM in the organiza- tion and establishment of Notasulga Municipal Park, 1992. Operated the Dixie Youth pro- gram for two years. Solely planned, organized and accomplished a successful Centennial, 1993. Guided Notasulga through the period following demolishing of Town Hall, damaged by fire in 1997. Designed the new Town Hall building. Currently instrumental in the operation of a new sewer system. T. Louise Ramsey has devel- oped a mission statement for the Town Council of 2000, based on a broad interpretation of Philippians 2:2: We will have the same focus, even when we cannot agree. Based on this belief, she will encourage the Council to con- sider these three steps of deci- Louise Ramsey .. Mayor candidate sion-making at each meeting: 1. What is best for the Town? 2. Will the majority of citizens benefit? 3. Have all options been consid- ered? Keeping these steps in mind, T. Louise Ramsey is a planner. She will develop a plan for each situ- ation, including alternative plans to present and to be considered. Born to Carolyn McLain Waites and the late W.H. (Bill) McLmn in 1951, T. Louise was raised in a Christian home in Notasulga. She graduated from Notasulga High School with honors. In 1969, she and Ron Ramsey we.re married and she traveled across the United States while Ron served in the U. S. Navy. They returned to Notasulga in 1974, and she began her service to the Town in August 1974. In 1997, Ron and Louise became licensed real estate agents and currently work as a team for CENTURY 21 Amy Banks Realty, Inc. of Dadeville. Understanding the needs of Notasulga, T. Louise Ramsey wants to continue to serve the cit- izens of Notasulga in the position of mayor. She is experienced, dedicated and available. Her past record has proven that she is a leader and organizer. The citi- zens of Notasulga are urged to ~rn out in record numbers for the Aug. 22, 2000, municipal elec- tion. il VOTE LI II William E."Chip" Gunn II II August 22nd !i FOR TUSKEGEE FIRST :>:. VOTE yor City of Tuskegee August 22nd I'd. Pol Adv by Sta.ley Maxwell, 1003 hhd Dr., Tuskcge lint, AI. 36088 fashions for the entire family Morn- Dad- Kids LOOK! 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