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The Florala News THE FLORALA NEWS - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2013 • PAGE 7 will be the sole the advertiser. We reserve the right to classify ads under their proper heading and to refuse, reject or cancel any adver'dsement at any time, when deemed necessary. ERRORS: Check your ad the day it is published for any ewers. We will be happy to correct your ad if we are at fault. DEADLINE: All copy for advertisements must in our office by 4:30 pm on Tuesday for that week's edition. RATES: $3.00 for first 15 words, 15€ per word thereafter. dry facilities, planned activities. Based on in- come. Come by or call (334) 858-46551 leave message. Equal Oppor- tunity Housing. 3-31-tfc AUCTIONS AUCTION TUESDAY January 8, 10 a.m. Bir- mingham Mop Manufac- CASSIDY HEATING & COOLING. Installa- tion, Service & Repairs. Licensed & Bonded. Cell (334) 504-3784, Florala. 3-1-tfc ................................. FOR RENT: Tyner Sta- PRIVATE HOME tion (old L&N Depot). CARE: Weekly or Parties reunions - overnight as needed, weddings - receptions. 334-892-5712.1-2-4tp Catering available. ................................. Florala Historical Soci- LARRY STEVENS, ety. For more informa- Paint Contractor, Li- censed & Insured. Call: tion call Linda Russell, 334-858-5272. FREE 858-3324.3-21-tfc estimates, pressure washing, re-paints & more. Call for an ap- pointment. 1-16-tfc LARGE ABANDONED ................................. GOODS SALE: Like ................................ turing Co. 115 Oxmoor Lane West Birmingham, AL. Forklift, compres- sor, punch press, more equipment and inven- tory. 1-205-612-4221. C. Hughes AL#1275. www. assetliquidators.biz. a big Flea Market but yard sale prices. Friday & Saturday, January 4th & 5th, 2013. 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Located on the bypass (Maple Avenue) Geneva, AL. Near Courthouse. 1-2-1tc SERVICES UPGRADE TODAY! HughesNet Gen 4 is here! Now15x faster than ever! To upgrade existing HughesNet service to Gen4 or for new service call: 1-800-283-1057. INSTRUCTION MEDICAL BILLING train- ees needed! Train to be- come a Medical Office Assistant! No experience needed! Online train- ing gets you job ready ASAP! HS diploma/GED & PC/Internet needed? 1=888-926-6075. (R) FOR SALE: double bed mattresses. Ex- cellent condition. 334-858-6542. 1-2-1tp HELP WANTED-DRIV- ................................ ERS Mattress SALE prices 25 DRIVER TRAINEES starting at: Twins sets needed now! Become $179, Full sets $269, a driver for TMC Trans- Queen sets $279 and portation! Earn $750 per King sets $379 Hurry week! No experience while supplies last. needed! Job ready in 15 Downtown Florala in days! 1-888-743-4611 old State Line MiniMall (R) building! Open Wednes- day-Saturday 10-4 or ATTN: DRIVER trainees QUALLS REPAIR SER-VICE: For all your plumbing and electri- cal repairs, call Harold (850) 834-2674. Now accepting Visa, M/C & Discover with electronic receipt. 5-16-tfc .................... J ............ MARILYN'S HAIR MAGIC AND MAKE- UP STUDIO, offering a full service salon and Mary Kay Cosmetics. Marilyn Barnes, owner/ cosmetologist, Cheryl Bedsole, nail techni- cian. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 334-858-3030.8-1-tfc ................................. LAND CLEARING & EXCAVATION, pond work, dirt hauling, de- bris removal, grading. Licensed and insured. Call for free estimates. 850-902-5098. 3-9-tfc ................................. call 334-504,5020 for SUGGS COOLING & appointment. 9-6-tfc HEATING: A/C - Heat ................................. SARA'S BIG "R", 23423 5th Ave., Flora- la - 858-7581. Seafood Buffet Friday nights $11.00; hamburger spe- cial or cheeseburger & fries $4.99; large ham- burger or cheesebuger Pump Repair & Instal- lation. Call 858-6016 for estimate or replace- ment of existing units or installation of new units & ducting. State Licensed & Bonded. 10-17-tfc crete and construc- tion, pole barns, patios, driveways, stamped concrete, decora- tive coatings. CON- CRETE BY CHARLES, 334-343-1699, 850-305-1957, visit us on facebook. 5-23-tfc ................................. and fries $5.99; 1 pc. ALL PHASES: Con- catfish & 6 pc. shrimp, needed nbw. $8300 to $1000 week plus; great benefits} Home veekly or OTR available. No CDL? No problem. Will train you locally! Call to- day 1-800-TRUCKER (1-800-878-2537). (R) AVERITT OFFERS a ca- reer with room to grow. CDL-A drivers and re- cent grads - great ben- efits, weekly hometime, paid training. Apply now! 1-888-362-8608 Averit- tcareers.con k Equal Op- portunity Employer. CRST OFFERS the best lease purchase program. Sign on bonus. No down 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH COUNTRY HOME on 3 acres, 2 car shop, 2 outbuildings. Located 5 miles outside of Florala, AL. Call 334-858-6642. 6-27-tfc 2 sides $9.99; 2-1 pc. catfish dinners $15; hot fudge sundaes $3.50; whole catfish is back $5.00 per piece; philly cheesesteak with tea $6.95. Banquet room available for parties or class reunions, etc. Ca- tering available. Great pay. Class-A CDL required. Owner op- erators welcome. Call 1-866-250-8266. (R) HILLTOP TERRACE APARTMENTS, 600 N. 4th Street, Florala. Af- fordable housing for the elderly. 1 bedroom, cen- tral heat & air, stove, refrigerator, free laun- ................................ payment or credit check. EDMONDSON FARM has pumpkins, collards, corn meal, sweet pota- toes, squash, shelled pecans, shelled pea- nuts, tomatoes, cucum- bers and more. Open Monday-Saturday 8-5. 858-3679. 10-24-tfc NEED LABORERS, carpenters, electricians, plumbers. Send resumes to email - barbara at mcclaincontracting.com or mail to Attn: Barbara or Kevin. McClain Con- tracting, P.O Box 338 or 105 Choctaw St., An- dalusia, AL 36420. Ap- plications can be picked up at office. We are an equal opportunity em- ployer. 8-22-tfc PIANIST NEEDED at First United Methodist. Call 858-3456 for info. DePew Construction, Inc. 1-850-834-5228 • METAL ROOFING - DECKS - SCREEN ENCLOSURES • INTERIOR & EXTERIOR REMODELING Shouldn't the perfect job just drop into your lap (or your in-box)? • Receive daily emails matching your search • Keywords track the pe of bid notices you are looking for • 10 counties per subacdption the • Onry $35 per nnth! If you are looking for construction bids, road repair bids, consulting or even food service bids, AlabamaLegals.com can help you find them easily. T-Le@,S. is a tL seardble tY, ztJase of legal nJoes .":hed in .*_.  ly,.,w r,e of Ama.  e i r!Je  Ly the nepape r3 ,JLna and the AI Press , mi., both ways. Full ben- efits, requires 1 year OTR flatbed experience. 1-800-572-5489 x 227 SunBelt Transport. Jack- sonville, FL. (R) DRIVERS: CDL-A no gimmicks! Just great pay, miles, hometime and benefits. $0.50/mile for hazmat teams. So- los start at $0.36/mile. 1 year experience re- quired. 1-800-942-2104 ext. 7307 or 7308. www. TotalMS.com. (R) FOREMOST TRANS- PORT $2,000 bonus program for 3/4 ton and larger pickup owner op- erators. Great rates, flexible schedule, va- riety of runs. Check it out today! Foremost- Transport.blogspot.com 1-866-764-1601. (R) NEW CAREER - CDL training. Jobs available if qualified. Call today - start tomorrow? WlA, VA, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill & Rehab. ESD TDS, LLC. 1-866-432-0430. www. ESDschool.com. (R) FOR SALE DISH NETWORK. Start- ing at $19.99/month plus 30 premium movie chan- nels free for 3 months! Save! And ask about same day installation! Call 1-888-816-8471. (R) NEED TO advertise state- wide? ALA-SCAN can place your 25-word ad in 128 newspapers across Alabama for only $210 (additional words $7.50). Make one call to this newspaper (a participat- ing ALA-SCAN member) or call 1-800-264-7043 to find out how easy it is to advertise statewide! SAWMILLS FROM only $3,997. Make & save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free info & DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills. com. 1-800-578-1363 ext. 300N. (R) DRIVER TANGO Transport now hiring re- gional OTR team. Top pay. Plenty of miles. Great home time. Fam- ily medical/dental. 401k. Paid vacations. Call 1-877-826-4605 or www. drivefortango.com. (R) DRIVERS CLASS- A flatbed. Home every weekend! Pay $0.37/ VA & RURAL develop- ment grant quotes for walk in tubs & showers provided by Alabama Walk In Tubs and Show- ers, for a free estimate call: 1-888-246-5137. MEDICAL SUPPLIES NEW AND used - stair lift elevators, car lifts, scoot- ers, lift chairs, power wheel chairs, walk-in tubs. Covering all of Ala- bama for 23 years. Elrod Mobility 1-800-682-0658. (R) ADVERTISE.... ADVERTISE.... ADVERTISE As the old saying goes one man's trash is another roans' treasure... C/ean out your closets; etc. and ;ell your unwanted, unused stuff with a chssified ad and turn your trash into treasure in The Florala News 1155 5th St. ca11...858-3342 .AlabamaLegals.€om MAY_ executed a search war- rant late Wednesday, May 9 in Florala at the 8th Avenue home of Ricardo Perez, 39, and Timothy Earl Townsend, 41. Perez was charged with trafficking a con- tro sub. stance manu factur. ing c o n tro sub stance first degree, furnishing drugs to a minor, pos- session of marijuana second degree, and pos- session of drug para- phernalia Townsend was charged with trafficking a trolledl sub stance, manu- factur- ing a c o n sub- stance first degree, dis- tribution of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, promoting prison con- traband, possession of marijuana second de- gree, and possession of drug paraphernalia.  : FROM PAGE 5 and Cactus Avenue. • The City of Paxton may soon have another new business opening in the near future, as a local resident pitched his idea of opening a farmers market. Dave Palmer pre- sented the Council with plans to rent a build- ing . and surrounding grounds directly across U.S. 331 from Town Hall for the purpose of opening a fresh produce stand and a small sand- wich-and-coffee shop. • Tuesday, May 15, John David Hughes, age 41, broke into a home in the Red Oak Community and shot David Reynolds in the shoulder. The home was Hughes' ex-girlfriend's home. Hughes was arrest- ed and booked into the • Covington County Jail for burglary I. • Florala Police offi- cers arrested three local teens for allegedly bur- glarizing a local eleva- tor business. 19-year-old Camren Marshall, 18-year-old Levi Tyler Dukes and an unidentified juve- nile, were wanted for questioning regarding a break-in at Southeast Elevator Company on May 14. MAY- School bus safety is an issue close to the hearts of Tracey and Dennis Worrell of Florala. The couple is seeking to improve school bus safety. Their daughter, Lexi, was run over and killed by her school bus on April 8, 2010. Dennis and Tracey are committed to changing the.law in Alabama to protect other children. Say- ing they would not allow their grief to consume them, they will use it to protect children. "Parents are required to send their children to school and to entrust the care and safety of their children to school personnel, be it teachers, support staff or bus drivers," said Tracey. The Worrells are hoping to get a bill introduced in Alabama that will improve school bus safety. • On May 12, De- Funiak Springs (Flori- da) Police Department responded to 321 Que- bec Avenue in reference to a 9-1-1 call of two people being shot. Cleveland Gettis, 33, and Saleisha Richard- son, 28, both from De- Funiak Springs were deceased. Reports say that there was adequate evi- dence to indicate that Gettis shot and killed Richardson, and then turn the undisclosed firearm on himself and took his own life. • The City of Flo- rala was awarded al- most $121,000 from the Alabama Department of Transportation as part of Alabama's Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program in early 2012. The construction of sidewalks through this program began on Bego- nia Street, Sixth Street, Bedsole said Mar- shall was arrested on May 22 and Dukes turned himself in at the Covington County Jail upon hearing there was a warrant for his ar- rest. Both teens were charged with burglary III and theft of property I and held in the county jail under a $30,000. JUNE • The Walton Coun- ty (FL) Sheriffs Office arrested a Laurel Hill man on May 29 and charged him with at- tempting to strangle a 16-year-old child. Deputies arrested 35-year-old Jason Rich- ard Henderson, of Lau- rel Hill, for injuring the teen by placing his hands around the teen's throat. Henderson was charged with aggra- see JUNE page 8 MAY - Ms. Florala Health and Rehab was crowned - 1st Alternate, Ms. Inez Williams; Ms. Florala Health and Rehab, Ms. Faye Colvin; and 2nd Alternate, Ms: Lillian Evans. 4 ) Y The Florala News THE FLORALA NEWS - WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2013 • PAGE 7 will be the sole the advertiser. We reserve the right to classify ads under their proper heading and to refuse, reject or cancel any adver'dsement at any time, when deemed necessary. ERRORS: Check your ad the day it is published for any ewers. We will be happy to correct your ad if we are at fault. DEADLINE: All copy for advertisements must in our office by 4:30 pm on Tuesday for that week's edition. RATES: $3.00 for first 15 words, 15€ per word thereafter. dry facilities, planned activities. Based on in- come. Come by or call (334) 858-46551 leave message. Equal Oppor- tunity Housing. 3-31-tfc AUCTIONS AUCTION TUESDAY January 8, 10 a.m. Bir- mingham Mop Manufac- CASSIDY HEATING & COOLING. Installa- tion, Service & Repairs. Licensed & Bonded. Cell (334) 504-3784, Florala. 3-1-tfc ................................. FOR RENT: Tyner Sta- PRIVATE HOME tion (old L&N Depot). CARE: Weekly or Parties reunions - overnight as needed, weddings - receptions. 334-892-5712.1-2-4tp Catering available. ................................. Florala Historical Soci- LARRY STEVENS, ety. For more informa- Paint Contractor, Li- censed & Insured. Call: tion call Linda Russell, 334-858-5272. FREE 858-3324.3-21-tfc estimates, pressure washing, re-paints & more. Call for an ap- pointment. 1-16-tfc LARGE ABANDONED ................................. GOODS SALE: Like ................................ turing Co. 115 Oxmoor Lane West Birmingham, AL. Forklift, compres- sor, punch press, more equipment and inven- tory. 1-205-612-4221. C. Hughes AL#1275. www. assetliquidators.biz. a big Flea Market but yard sale prices. Friday & Saturday, January 4th & 5th, 2013. 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM. Located on the bypass (Maple Avenue) Geneva, AL. Near Courthouse. 1-2-1tc SERVICES UPGRADE TODAY! HughesNet Gen 4 is here! Now15x faster than ever! To upgrade existing HughesNet service to Gen4 or for new service call: 1-800-283-1057. INSTRUCTION MEDICAL BILLING train- ees needed! Train to be- come a Medical Office Assistant! No experience needed! Online train- ing gets you job ready ASAP! HS diploma/GED & PC/Internet needed? 1=888-926-6075. (R) FOR SALE: double bed mattresses. Ex- cellent condition. 334-858-6542. 1-2-1tp HELP WANTED-DRIV- ................................ ERS Mattress SALE prices 25 DRIVER TRAINEES starting at: Twins sets needed now! Become $179, Full sets $269, a driver for TMC Trans- Queen sets $279 and portation! Earn $750 per King sets $379 Hurry week! No experience while supplies last. needed! Job ready in 15 Downtown Florala in days! 1-888-743-4611 old State Line MiniMall (R) building! Open Wednes- day-Saturday 10-4 or ATTN: DRIVER trainees QUALLS REPAIR SER-VICE: For all your plumbing and electri- cal repairs, call Harold (850) 834-2674. Now accepting Visa, M/C & Discover with electronic receipt. 5-16-tfc .................... J ............ MARILYN'S HAIR MAGIC AND MAKE- UP STUDIO, offering a full service salon and Mary Kay Cosmetics. Marilyn Barnes, owner/ cosmetologist, Cheryl Bedsole, nail techni- cian. Open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. 334-858-3030.8-1-tfc ................................. LAND CLEARING & EXCAVATION, pond work, dirt hauling, de- bris removal, grading. Licensed and insured. Call for free estimates. 850-902-5098. 3-9-tfc ................................. call 334-504,5020 for SUGGS COOLING & appointment. 9-6-tfc HEATING: A/C - Heat ................................. SARA'S BIG "R", 23423 5th Ave., Flora- la - 858-7581. Seafood Buffet Friday nights $11.00; hamburger spe- cial or cheeseburger & fries $4.99; large ham- burger or cheesebuger Pump Repair & Instal- lation. Call 858-6016 for estimate or replace- ment of existing units or installation of new units & ducting. State Licensed & Bonded. 10-17-tfc crete and construc- tion, pole barns, patios, driveways, stamped concrete, decora- tive coatings. CON- CRETE BY CHARLES, 334-343-1699, 850-305-1957, visit us on facebook. 5-23-tfc ................................. and fries $5.99; 1 pc. ALL PHASES: Con- catfish & 6 pc. shrimp, needed nbw. $8300 to $1000 week plus; great benefits} Home veekly or OTR available. No CDL? No problem. Will train you locally! Call to- day 1-800-TRUCKER (1-800-878-2537). (R) AVERITT OFFERS a ca- reer with room to grow. CDL-A drivers and re- cent grads - great ben- efits, weekly hometime, paid training. Apply now! 1-888-362-8608 Averit- tcareers.con k Equal Op- portunity Employer. CRST OFFERS the best lease purchase program. Sign on bonus. No down 3 BEDROOM/3 BATH COUNTRY HOME on 3 acres, 2 car shop, 2 outbuildings. Located 5 miles outside of Florala, AL. Call 334-858-6642. 6-27-tfc 2 sides $9.99; 2-1 pc. catfish dinners $15; hot fudge sundaes $3.50; whole catfish is back $5.00 per piece; philly cheesesteak with tea $6.95. Banquet room available for parties or class reunions, etc. Ca- tering available. Great pay. Class-A CDL required. Owner op- erators welcome. Call 1-866-250-8266. (R) HILLTOP TERRACE APARTMENTS, 600 N. 4th Street, Florala. Af- fordable housing for the elderly. 1 bedroom, cen- tral heat & air, stove, refrigerator, free laun- ................................ payment or credit check. EDMONDSON FARM has pumpkins, collards, corn meal, sweet pota- toes, squash, shelled pecans, shelled pea- nuts, tomatoes, cucum- bers and more. Open Monday-Saturday 8-5. 858-3679. 10-24-tfc NEED LABORERS, carpenters, electricians, plumbers. Send resumes to email - barbara at mcclaincontracting.com or mail to Attn: Barbara or Kevin. McClain Con- tracting, P.O Box 338 or 105 Choctaw St., An- dalusia, AL 36420. Ap- plications can be picked up at office. We are an equal opportunity em- ployer. 8-22-tfc PIANIST NEEDED at First United Methodist. Call 858-3456 for info. DePew Construction, Inc. 1-850-834-5228 • METAL ROOFING - DECKS - SCREEN ENCLOSURES • INTERIOR & EXTERIOR REMODELING Shouldn't the perfect job just drop into your lap (or your in-box)? • Receive daily emails matching your search • Keywords track the pe of bid notices you are looking for • 10 counties per subacdption the • Onry $35 per nnth! If you are looking for construction bids, road repair bids, consulting or even food service bids, AlabamaLegals.com can help you find them easily. T-Le@,S. is a tL seardble tY, ztJase of legal nJoes .":hed in .*_.  ly,.,w r,e of Ama.  e i r!Je  Ly the nepape r3 ,JLna and the AI Press , mi., both ways. Full ben- efits, requires 1 year OTR flatbed experience. 1-800-572-5489 x 227 SunBelt Transport. Jack- sonville, FL. (R) DRIVERS: CDL-A no gimmicks! Just great pay, miles, hometime and benefits. $0.50/mile for hazmat teams. So- los start at $0.36/mile. 1 year experience re- quired. 1-800-942-2104 ext. 7307 or 7308. www. TotalMS.com. (R) FOREMOST TRANS- PORT $2,000 bonus program for 3/4 ton and larger pickup owner op- erators. Great rates, flexible schedule, va- riety of runs. Check it out today! Foremost- Transport.blogspot.com 1-866-764-1601. (R) NEW CAREER - CDL training. Jobs available if qualified. Call today - start tomorrow? WlA, VA, Post-9/11 G.I. Bill & Rehab. ESD TDS, LLC. 1-866-432-0430. www. ESDschool.com. (R) FOR SALE DISH NETWORK. Start- ing at $19.99/month plus 30 premium movie chan- nels free for 3 months! Save! And ask about same day installation! Call 1-888-816-8471. (R) NEED TO advertise state- wide? ALA-SCAN can place your 25-word ad in 128 newspapers across Alabama for only $210 (additional words $7.50). Make one call to this newspaper (a participat- ing ALA-SCAN member) or call 1-800-264-7043 to find out how easy it is to advertise statewide! SAWMILLS FROM only $3,997. Make & save money with your own bandmill. Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free info & DVD: www.NorwoodSawmills. com. 1-800-578-1363 ext. 300N. (R) DRIVER TANGO Transport now hiring re- gional OTR team. Top pay. Plenty of miles. Great home time. Fam- ily medical/dental. 401k. Paid vacations. Call 1-877-826-4605 or www. drivefortango.com. (R) DRIVERS CLASS- A flatbed. Home every weekend! Pay $0.37/ VA & RURAL develop- ment grant quotes for walk in tubs & showers provided by Alabama Walk In Tubs and Show- ers, for a free estimate call: 1-888-246-5137. MEDICAL SUPPLIES NEW AND used - stair lift elevators, car lifts, scoot- ers, lift chairs, power wheel chairs, walk-in tubs. Covering all of Ala- bama for 23 years. Elrod Mobility 1-800-682-0658. (R) ADVERTISE.... ADVERTISE.... ADVERTISE As the old saying goes one man's trash is another roans' treasure... C/ean out your closets; etc. and ;ell your unwanted, unused stuff with a chssified ad and turn your trash into treasure in The Florala News 1155 5th St. ca11...858-3342 .AlabamaLegals.€om MAY_ executed a search war- rant late Wednesday, May 9 in Florala at the 8th Avenue home of Ricardo Perez, 39, and Timothy Earl Townsend, 41. Perez was charged with trafficking a con- tro sub. stance manu factur. ing c o n tro sub stance first degree, furnishing drugs to a minor, pos- session of marijuana second degree, and pos- session of drug para- phernalia Townsend was charged with trafficking a trolledl sub stance, manu- factur- ing a c o n sub- stance first degree, dis- tribution of a controlled substance, possession of a controlled substance, promoting prison con- traband, possession of marijuana second de- gree, and possession of drug paraphernalia.  : FROM PAGE 5 and Cactus Avenue. • The City of Paxton may soon have another new business opening in the near future, as a local resident pitched his idea of opening a farmers market. Dave Palmer pre- sented the Council with plans to rent a build- ing . and surrounding grounds directly across U.S. 331 from Town Hall for the purpose of opening a fresh produce stand and a small sand- wich-and-coffee shop. • Tuesday, May 15, John David Hughes, age 41, broke into a home in the Red Oak Community and shot David Reynolds in the shoulder. The home was Hughes' ex-girlfriend's home. Hughes was arrest- ed and booked into the • Covington County Jail for burglary I. • Florala Police offi- cers arrested three local teens for allegedly bur- glarizing a local eleva- tor business. 19-year-old Camren Marshall, 18-year-old Levi Tyler Dukes and an unidentified juve- nile, were wanted for questioning regarding a break-in at Southeast Elevator Company on May 14. MAY- School bus safety is an issue close to the hearts of Tracey and Dennis Worrell of Florala. The couple is seeking to improve school bus safety. Their daughter, Lexi, was run over and killed by her school bus on April 8, 2010. Dennis and Tracey are committed to changing the.law in Alabama to protect other children. Say- ing they would not allow their grief to consume them, they will use it to protect children. "Parents are required to send their children to school and to entrust the care and safety of their children to school personnel, be it teachers, support staff or bus drivers," said Tracey. The Worrells are hoping to get a bill introduced in Alabama that will improve school bus safety. • On May 12, De- Funiak Springs (Flori- da) Police Department responded to 321 Que- bec Avenue in reference to a 9-1-1 call of two people being shot. Cleveland Gettis, 33, and Saleisha Richard- son, 28, both from De- Funiak Springs were deceased. Reports say that there was adequate evi- dence to indicate that Gettis shot and killed Richardson, and then turn the undisclosed firearm on himself and took his own life. • The City of Flo- rala was awarded al- most $121,000 from the Alabama Department of Transportation as part of Alabama's Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program in early 2012. The construction of sidewalks through this program began on Bego- nia Street, Sixth Street, Bedsole said Mar- shall was arrested on May 22 and Dukes turned himself in at the Covington County Jail upon hearing there was a warrant for his ar- rest. Both teens were charged with burglary III and theft of property I and held in the county jail under a $30,000. JUNE • The Walton Coun- ty (FL) Sheriffs Office arrested a Laurel Hill man on May 29 and charged him with at- tempting to strangle a 16-year-old child. Deputies arrested 35-year-old Jason Rich- ard Henderson, of Lau- rel Hill, for injuring the teen by placing his hands around the teen's throat. Henderson was charged with aggra- see JUNE page 8 MAY - Ms. Florala Health and Rehab was crowned - 1st Alternate, Ms. Inez Williams; Ms. Florala Health and Rehab, Ms. Faye Colvin; and 2nd Alternate, Ms: Lillian Evans. 4 ) Y