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IMCE ©SMALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. UStSUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. ~,RY ]LORALA NEWS-THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1975 PAGE 7 audiei ng a c~ :e to te~ 01," 1~ ,U shOU~ who ar-sha~ aetii ˘ t ;on i } )UTH 01 E ! ! i-7405 i • • • Sweetheart Ball to be held February 15 at 8:00 with a live band at the New Armory Hall. So F.H.A. and F.F.A. members get your date! Plans for Junior - Senior Prom are underway with plans for the bands and themes. The Junior's are working very hard for a successful Prom this year. Band Concert to beperform- ed at the P.T.A. meeting Feb- ruary 10, 1975. SENIOR OF THE WEEK Vickie James • .. Viekie the Senior of the is centered on Homecoming Queen, We consider an asset to the school to the Senior Class. enthusiastic person personality. Vickie has many hobbies, but her favorite ones include rid- ing the bicycle, listening to music, and spending time with D.M. Upon graduation in May, Vickie plans to attend L.B.W.- Junior College. All of us wish you the best of luck Vickie! Plans Sweetheart Ball, Homemakers of held their last meet- 7, 1975. Rev. spoke to the girls and detoxication. plans were made Ball which on February 15, COmmittees and rmen were chosen. Each of the committees has a certain job they do to make the Sweetheart Ball a day to re- member. Plans were also made for the Beauty Contest which is to be held on April 12, 1975. A committee has also been chosen for this. Spotlight Player This week's spotlight play- er is Gregory Burke. He's six feet tall and weighs around 175 pounds. Greg is 16 years old and has brown eyes. He is a very remarkable player. He leads the con- ference in rebounding. He has great rebounding ability. His hobbies are basketball, football, and other vigourous sports. He's also interested in girls. If Greg keeps on building up his abilities in sports, he will be a great athlete. Notes In The News Beta Club presents "~ear Diary" on January 25, 1975. Admission is 50~ for students and 75˘ for adults advance tickets. At the door it will be 75˘ students and a dollar for adults. Basketball game January 24, Friday night, with Florala playing Andalusia in Andalusia. Go and support your team! ! LUMMIE WISE PASSES AWAY IN HOSPITAL Mr. Lummie Lee Wise, age 76, a resident of Route Three, Samson, passed away Friday morning in a Pensacola hos- pital. He was a member of the New Mt. Zion Church and was engaged in farming. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Eugenia Wise of Route Three, Samson; six sons, James A. Wise of Avon Park, Mizell Wise of Florala, Lamar Wise, Char- les L. Wise and Ray Wise, all of Pensacola, Bobby Wise of Route Three, Samson; two daughters, Mrs. Lucille Har- ris of Route Three, Samson, Mrs. Lonell Smith of DeFuniak Springs, Florida; 22 grand- children and 14 great grand- children. Funeral services were held at g o'clock p.m. Sunday from the New Mr. Zion Primitive Baptist Church with burial in the Reese Cemetery. DEATH CLAIMS LIFE OF FRANCES COX Mrs. Frances Clifford Cox (Mrs. O. L. Cox, Sr.) age 79, passed away Wednesday night, January 15, 1975, at her re- sidence on Lockhart Boulvard in Florala. She was a resident of Florala for over 60 years and a member of the First Baptist Church where she was a member of the WMU and the TEL Sunday School Class. Survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Virginia Whitcomb of Flo- rala; two sons, Lamar F. Cox of Tampa, James M. Cox of Knoxville, Term,; one sister, Mrs. Myrtie Logan of Merritt Island, Florida; ten grandchild- NDIVIDUAL ETIREMENT CCOUNT FUNDED BY iberty ational ife FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT 8.08-12 8-2166 ren and two great grand- children. Funeral services were held at 3 o'clock p.m. Friday from the First Baptist Church of Florala with Reverend Free- man Williamson officiating. Bu- rial was in the Florala Green- wood Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. ROBBINS' UNIT RECEIVES AWARD FOR 3RD TIME Sergeant Wayne D. Robbins, son of Mrs. Alma Robbins of 33 Cherokee St., LocUmrt, Ala., is a member of a unit that re- cently received the U.S. Air Force Outstanding Unit Award for the third time. Sergeant Robbins is a tele- type and computer operator at Lindsey Air Station, Germany, with the Air Force Communi- cations Service's ~.nd Mobile Communications Group which earned the award for excep- tlonally meritorious service from April 2 to June ~.g, 1974. The group was cited for providing communications sup- pert for the U. S. Great Bri- tian and Egypt while the com- bined forces cleared the Suez Canal and adjacent areas of unexploded ordnance. The sergeant is a 1972 gra- duate of Florala (Ala.) High School. His wife, Denise, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis T. Keller of 1785 Ash- way, Marysville, Calif. Arnold Pahner says." Lend a hand.. Birth defects are forever unless you help. CARD OF THANKS Words alone can not express our heartfelt thanks to the many friends, especially the Rev. B. J. Putmun and family, and mem- bers of the Church of God, for their kind deeds conveyed upon us in the loss of our beloved one. The Children & Relatives Of: OLIVER L. DUKES 1-25-1tc CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to the neigh- bors and friends for their many acts of kindness and sympathy following the passing of our beloved husband, father, and brother. Edna Kemp, wife Hal and Louie Wayde, Brothers and Sisters 1-23-1tpd NOTICE The Town of Puton will ac- cept sealed bids until 7:30 p.m. Monday night, February 3 for a new police car. The car is to be a 4 door, equivalent to the 351 Police Package, or Po- lice Chassis with 350 CID end- ins or the equivalent. Sealed bids should be mail- ed to Town of Paston, Box 1186, Puton, Florida. Bids should include trade in price of old Paxton Police Car, which can be inspected upon request. The Town of Paxton reserv- es the right to refuse any and all bids. 1-16-1tc ORDINANCE SAMPLE ORDINANCE FOR USE OF INTOXIMETER AN ORDINANCE BE IT ORDAINED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF FLORAKA, ALABAMA, AS FOLLOWS: Section 1. The City of Flo- rata in compliance with Sec- tion I (a) of Act No. 699 adopt- ed at the 1969 Regular Ses- siun of the Legislature of Ala- bema does hereby designate the chemical analysis of the breath by use of the photoelectric in- toxtmeter * as the test to be administered by its officers approved by the State Depurt- merit of Health pursuant to Sec- tion 2 (b) of Act NO. 699 adopt, ed at the 1969 Regular Ses- slun of the Legislature of Ala- hama, to determine the alcoho- lic content of the blood of any person lawfully arrested for any offense arising out of acts al- leged to have been committed while the person was driving a motor vehicle on the public highways of the slate while under the influence of intoxi- cating liquor. Section Z. This ordinance shall become effective u soon u adopted ~d published u re- quired by law. ADOPTED AND APPROVED THIS 15 DAY OF JANUARY, 1975. ATTEST: LiMa S. Cassady CITY CLERK Joe Evans MAYOR *Before adopting this or- dinance, the city should make sure t~t this is tim test its approved officers have been given permits from the State Health Depurtment to adminis- ter. 1-16-Ztc 40 MILLION WILL QUALIFY FOR TAX EXEMPTION Employees whodo not already have a retirement pension plan through their employer can now qualify for a $1500.00 annual deduction when this amount is invested into an Individual Retirement Annuity. The Re- tirement Income from I.R.A. would be payable in addition to Social Security Benefits. It has been estimated that about 50% of the working force will be eligible under the new law effective January 1, 1975. Only a few investment programs are available that meet the In- ternal Revenue Service reguia- tions. Several Insurance Com- panies have programs that qua- lify, so that an individual can take additional Life Insurance and deduct the cost, withinspe- cified limits, on the Income Tax form, 1040. PERSONAL in the office of the Judge of Probate of Covington County, Alabama, and which said mort- gage was subsequently trans- ferred and assigned by Govern- ment National Mortgage As- sociation to Federal National Mortgage Association, by as- signment dated the 12th day of February, 1973, and recorded in Real Property Book 660, at Page 733, in the office of the Judge of Probate of Coving- ton County, Alabama; and WHEREAS, the mortga- gors, Rosco Chaney and wife, Elsie Chaney, released and quitclaimed the real estate hereinafter described to Shelley Thompson and wife, Sarah Thompson,' by quitclaim deed dated the 7th day of February, 1974, and recorded in Real Property Book 666, at Page 693, in the Office of the Judge of Probate of Covington Coun- ty, Alabama; and WHEREAS, default has been made by the mortgagors and their grantees, Shelley Thomp- son and wife, Sarah Thomp- son, in the payment of the in- debtedness secured by said mortgage and in the perfor- mance of the terms of said mortgage and said default con- tinuin_g: Friends of Mrs. Birdie Davis, of 26 Rapp Street in Lockbart, will be pleased to learn that she has returned home from Mizell Memorial Hospital in Opp. Among those visiting Mrs. Davis last Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. James Davis and boys, Dennis, Stacy, and Kevin of Freeport, Florida, Mrs. Davis McCartha, Maria and Rena of Ozark, Alabama, Mrs. Francis Lurener and daughter, Janet, of Route 1, Andalusia. NOW, THEREFORE, Fed- eral National Mortgage Asso- ciation, the transferee and ow- ner of said mortgage, will sell, under and by virtue of the po- wer of sale contained in said mortgage, during the legal hours of sale on Monday, Feb- ruary 10, 1975, at public auc- tion, to the highest bidder for cash, in front of the Court- house door of the Covington County Courthouse, in the City of Andalusia, Alabama, the real estate embraced in said mort- gage and described as follows: NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE STATE OF ALABAMA) COVINGTON COUNTY) The following property situa- ted in Covington County, Ala- bama, to-wit: Beginning at a point on the Westerly right of way of 8th Street a distance of 258.00 feet North of the North right of way of Jefferson Street and runn- ing thence N89 degrees O2'W a distance of 160.70 feet; thence NO4 degrees OO'W a distance WHEREAS, RoscoChaneyand of 137.00 feet; thence S$6 de- wife, Elsie Chancy, executed to grees 44'E a distance of 151.50 Colonial Mortgage Company, a feet; thence SO4 degrees OO'E Corporation, on the 19th day of Along the westerly right of way August, 1972, a mortgage upon of Sth Street Extension a dis- the real estate hereinafter des- tance of 130.10. Said property cribed to secure an indebted- ness described therein, said mortgage being recorded in the office of the Judge of Probate of Covington County, Alabama, in Andalusia, Alabama, in Real Property Book 654, at Pages 540-543, and which said mort- gage was subsequently trans- ferred and assigned by Colo- nial Mortgage Company, a Cor- poration, to Government Na- lying in the NE1/4 of NEI/4, Section 34, and the SE1/4 of SE1/4, Section 27, Township 1 North, Range 17 East, Cov- ington County, Alabama, to- gether with the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, and also together with all equipment and fix- tures for heating and light- ing now or hereafter installed therein by the mortgagors or tional Mortgage Association, a their grantees. Corporation, by assignment da- ted the ~.3rd day of August, NOTE: The sale and any 1972, and recorded in Real conveyance made in consum- Property Book 654, at Page 662, mation thereof, will be sub- ject to any existing federal tax liens, if any, and/or spe- cial assessments, if any, which might adversely effect the title to subject property. Said sale will be made for the purpose of realizing the mortgage debt, together with all expenses of this sale, including a reasonable attor- ney's fee. This 14th day of Jenuary, 1975. FEDERAL NATIONAL MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION Transferee and Owner of said Mortgage 1-23-3tc LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT ESTATE OF M. F. McKinney, Deceased. Letters of Administration of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the day of January, 1975, bythe Hon. Leland Enzor Judge of the Probate Court of Covington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. Is~Annie L. Hall. 1-~.3-3tc LEGAl, NOTICE PROBATE COURT ESTATE OF Alma Holland, Deceased. Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the day of January, 1975, by the Hon. Leland Ensor Judge of the Pro- bate Court of Covington Coun- ty, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims~ against said estate are hereby required to present the same within time allowed by law or the same will be barred. /s/David H. Holland 1-23-3tc LEGAL NOTICE IN THE PROBATE COURT OF COVINGTON COUNTY, ALA- BAMA IN RE: The Adoption of Ro- bert Scott Morrow Notice To: Robert Earl Mor- row It is hereby ORDERED, AD- JUDGED and DECREED by the Court that the Petition of W. Bernard Martin alleging the abandonment of Robert Scott Morrow by Robert Earl Mor- row and praying for the adop- tion of Robert Scott Morrow by W. Bernard Martin be and the same is hereby set for hearing before the Court on February 10, 1975 at 2:00 P.M. to de- termine the issue of said a- bandonment and the question of said adoption. Done and ordered this 20 day of January, 1975. Leland Enzor Judge of Probate 1 - ~.3-3tc E!W~~ DEAR FRIEND: let me prove to you that you are disobeying Gods word in Romans 16 Chap- ter, 16 Verse. Gods word says churches of Christ, and in Revelations, 22 Chapter, 18:19 Verse, teaches us not to'add to Gods word, and not to Me away from it. What have you added Baptist churches, Metho- dist Churches, and many more so called churches? BY: BRO. BROOKS 1-ZS-lt Those interested in Art Classes - Contact Mrs. I. V. Moore, or call the Recreation Center. 1-23- ltN I will do babysitting in my home in Paxton. Big chained in yard. $2.00 a day per child. Call 4-6171. 1-23-1tc HUGHES-VARNUM ELECTRIC REPAIR STOP. We repair all types of major appliances, re- pair and rewind pump motors, all types of residental electri- cal wiring. 24 Hour Service. Massy Hughes - 4-7604 or Douglas Varnum - 4-7605. 11-28-8tpd Pecan, Satsuma, Kumquat, and other fruit trees. Also ever- greens and ornamentals. Tele- phone 858-82711. DEAN'SNUR- SERY, Samson Highway, Flo- rata, Alabama. l-9-tfc $500.00 REWARD A reward of $500.00 will be paid for information leading to the arrest and conviction of person or persons involved in the break-in and burglary of the home of Anthony R. Kelly, located on the Jackson Still Road, Jan- uary 7-9, 1975. Contact Walton County Sheriff's Office or call 892-2721. All information will be held in the strictest confidence. 1-23-2tc APPLIANCE REPAIR - Autho- rized General Electric and Hotpoint warranty service. Ser- vice and parts on major elec- trical appliances. Call Mike Twitchell 8-8506 or 8-3715. 1-9-9tc FOR SALE - 1973 E1 Camino. Air conditioned, power steer- ing, AM-FM radio, tape play- er, trailer hitch. 26,000 miles. Call after 5 P.M. 4-8137 in Paxton. Must see to appre- ciate. 1-23- ltpd FOR SALE - 3 bedroom brick home on corner lot in Coastal Heights Subdivision in Paxton. Includes two spacious lots, cen- tral heating, total electric. Contact Jimmy Carnley for fur- ther details, phone 4-0988, night. Reduce cholesterol! Fight fat! GoBese Lecithin Capsules now available. BOOTH'S DRUG. 12-5-8tpd FOR SALE 1974 Sheffield. 14 wide. 2 bedrooms. Only $5295. Gulf States Mobile Homes, Andalusia, Alabama. 1-2-tfc DRAPERIES AND BED- SPREADS, direct home factory. We make to measure for those odd size windows. DRAPERY OUTLETS, EVERGREEN AND ENTERPRISE. l-2-tfc Lose weight with New Shape Tablets and Hydrex Water Pills at MOODY DRUG. 12-19-6tpd FARM MACHINERY FOR SALE -- 3 tractors - 8000 Ford, 19-00 David Brown, 2010 John Deere. All in good con- dition with 4-roll equipment. '73 Chevrolet pick-up - long wide and loaded. Phone 572- 4523 or 572-4525. 1-16-ffc FRESH HOMEGROWN VEGET- ABLES DAILY - turnip greens, mustard, corn, tomatoes, pota- toes, cucumbers, Ruts, fruits, and many others. Open 6:30 a.m. - close 5:30 p.m. Seven days a week. We now have the food stamp program avail- able. Olene Shealy, owne~ ~nd operator. Phone 8-9000. 12-19-tfc FOR SALE - Service Station and home with 13 I/2 acres of land. Located on Samson Highway.Contact Harrison Grocery. l-9-4tpd Reduce safe and fast with Go- Bese Tablets & E-Yap "water pills"• BOOTH'S DRUG. 12-5-8tpd THE DRAPERY SHOP - See the Drapery Shop for your drapery hardware and materials. Tele- phone 4-8821, home 4-5238. I will be open on Saturday's by appointment only. 12-19-tfc FOR SALE - 1974 Argo. Total electric. 3 bedrooms. Year End Clearance. Save $800. Only $5795. Gulf States Mobile Homes, Andalusia, Alabama. 1-2-tfc [6] New L.R.'Suites. S99.95; {7] New B.R. Suites . $119.95; [9] Matt. & B.S. Sets-. $59.95; 151 Quxd Sound Systems . $119.95; [4] Slereo Systems. $99.95; [3 pairs] LG. Air Suspemdon SKPKRS- $29.95 pnir~ [4] BSR Tumtabies - $49.95; & [6] End or Coffee Tables . $33.00. AI.OPEN DALLY 9 TIL 8 • I