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INC: ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED. ALL RIGHTS RBSERVED. : SUBJECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. 9 Selected Chairman ry Commission Troy, has an of the lesion Commission's meeting Wednes- was Chairman luodale, the Uni- and a re- forester 'a long time era- enezer d a gOspel sing Church this 26, be- Corn- will be group. Albert of them for ployee of International Paper Company. He is superinten- dent of woodland activities for the southeast Alabama Area supplying the International Pa- per Mill at Panama City, Fla. The New Forestry Commission Chairman was elected to the Troy City Commission in 1968 and re-elected in 1971 toserve as Police and Fire Commis- sioner. The Alabama Forestry Com- mission elects a chairman and vice-chairman each year from among its seven members The Commissioners are each ap- pointed for six-year staggered terms by the Governoc. George Wallace selected Gibbs to serve on the Alabama Forestry Com- mission in August 1971. He succeeds William T. Stimpson, Mobile and Rep. McCorquodale in the post as Chairman. Mc- Corquodale was elected to serve as Vice-Chairman during !974, a post filled by Gibbs last year. The members of the commi- ssion, which Gibbs will head, appoint the Alabama State Fo- rester and Assistant State Forester, who administer the programs of the Alabama Fo- restry Commission state wide. Theirs is the state agency re- sponsible by law with protect- ing, developing and expanding the renewable forest resources of Alabama. HOG RAID Cont. From Front Three Were by the 20points la placed They cut the insides out of 3 at the plant and left six sets of insides by the side of the road. Farris Farmer of the State Agriculture Department is as- sisting Deputy Glen Chambers in the investigation. - i llm i thought that cooking and en- tertaining would be more fun if it were not for the clean- ing up? Yet today there are disposers to make food scraps virtually disappear, compac- tors to lessen the garbage de- tail, and automatic dishwash- ers to do everything from warming plates to scrubbing pots. Before purchasing any of these cleanup appliances, consider some hints on their "care and feeding." FOOD DISPOSERS fit in the kitchen sink drain to take the messiest job out of cooking -- emptying food scraps Look for models which can take most kinds of scraps, including stringy vegetables and small bones, and which can elimi- nate jams automatically. Some disposers require manual un- clogging with a long wooden spoon, tongs or broom handle, Safety features are very pful Hints On Clean-Up Appliances How many times have you important m disposers. Some new models will start only when a cover is placed over the drain -- a good preven- tion against utensils slipping into the mechanism while it is grinding. The cover also eli- ' minates splashback. If the disposer is operated by a wall switch, be sure it is out of the reach of children. Food disposers must be used while the cold water is running to wash the scraps into the mechanism and to congeafand harden greasy substances for the mechanical breakup Do not "store" food scraps in a disposer; unpleasant orders can develop. Since these appliances are largely self-cleaning, very little maintenance is ever re- quired. DISHWASHERS are in one out of every four American homes -- a clue to the popularity of this worksaver To get the best machine for Allen Reports To The People "Development of the Coosa River for navigation is an im- portant means of easing the energy crisis," Senator Jim Allen declared here today. His remarks were made at the annual meeting of the Coosa- Alabama River Improvement Association where he was the featured speaker. A long-time advocate of wa- ter resource development, Senator Allen pointed out that "a 20,000 ton barge tow mov- ing along a waterway can carry as much tonnage as 400 rail- way cars or 1000 trucks at one- Anyone having information third the cost of these other regarding the incident should ins a multi-million dollar bond issue to defray the non-federal cost of improving the river for navigation." Senator Allen said that more than $450 million has been spent to date toward development of the Coosa-Alabama waterway with more than $200 million in private capital. "And this is the way it should be," he said. "This has ever been the essence and genius of our Am- erican system -- the use of federal resources to release local energies and initiative, which enables people to do for themselves, to develop their I the family's needs, check the different types on the mar- ket. Built-ins fit right under the counter for easy loading. Portable models roll up to the sink at wash time to connected to the hot water faucet and plug- ged into an electrical outlet. Portables are ideal for homes or apartments without the room for a built-in washer. There are also portables that convert to under-the-counter use once you have a per~nanent place for them. Look for dishwashers with features that allow you to "pro- gram" the machine for dif- ferent loads the same way you do with a clothes washer. Some models have a "rinse and hold" cycle so you need not waste water on partial loads. Others have a long heavy-duty or soak cycle for pots and pans. An added convenience with all dishwashers is that they can be used for warming plates by simply advancing the dial to the dry cycle. When using any type of dish- washer, be sure to use dish- washer detergent only. The booklet that comes with the machine will tell you how much detergent is needed, as well as how to load the dishwasher racks so every piece gets wash- ed and dried thoroughly. Also cheqk the manufacturers re- commendations on items that are best washed by hand -- hand painted china, cast iron, or soft plastic, for instance. TRASH COMPACTORS are the newest cleanup appliance. These work-savers can crush nearly any kind of garbage -- from bottles to paper goods to bones -- so that you only have to dispose of a neatly - sealed bag. Compactors can be installed right under the counter in the kitchen or left free-standing. Some come with an optional THE FLORALA NEWS - THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1974 LETTER TO EDITOR January 7, 1974 Mr. Larry K. Woodham Publisher The Florala News P.O. Box 467 Florala, AL 36442 Dear Larry: On December 18, by nearly a two-to-one margin, the people of Alabama approved Amendment 2, the Judicial Ar- ticle. Without your help and the help of the news media in Alabama, this giant step forward for our court system could not have occurred. I want to take this oppor- tunity to express my personal thanks for your support. With kindest regards, I am Sincerely yours, Howell T. Heflin WALLACE Cont. From Front of the Governor's cabinet: Billy Joe Camp, press secre- tary for Governor Wallace; Dr. Ralph Adams, President of Troy State University; and Claude Nevin, Director of the Douglas MacArthur State Tech- nical College in Opp. Following the dedxcation, Governor Wallace will be the featured speaker for the an- nual Andalusia Area Chamber of Commerce dinner scheduled for 7:00 p.m. in the LBW gymnasium. Success is the necessary misfortune of life, but it is only to the very unfor- ' tunate that it comes early. Obituaries HART Margaret Hart, age 75, pas- sed away January 13 in Mizelle Memorial Hospital in Opp. A retired school teacher, she was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Oliver Hart. She is a sister to Mrs. Minnie Parker of Tuskegee, Alabama. Funeral services were held on January 14 at 4:00 o'clock p.m. from the chapel of Rainer Funeral Home in Opp. Offi- ciating at the services were the Reverend John Yoder and Dr. Ed Harding. Burial was in Peaceful Acres with Rainer Funeral Home directing. CRAVEY Miss Annie Cravey died af- ter a brief illness in Mizell Memorial Hospital Saturday, January 19. She was a resi- dent of the Green Bay Commu- nity her entire life of 86 years. She was a member of New Hope Baptist Church. Funeral services were con- ducted at 2:00 p.m. Sunday, January 20, from New Hope Baptist Church with the Reve- rends Grady Curby and Edwin Parker officiating. Burial was in the New Hope Cemetery with Rainer Funeral Home of Opp directing. Survivors include one sister, Ruth Cravey, Opp, Ala.; a nep- hew, Grady Davis, of Rt. I, Florala, Alabama, a numerous other relatives. i i. Active pallbearers were AI- bert Cravey, Johnny W. Cra- vey, David Cravey, Paul Bar'- nes, Garland Bailey, Ferrin Johnson, and Alphus Robbins. MANNING Mr. William Henry Manning, age 90. a resident of III East Third Street in Florala, passed away in an Opp Hospital Tues- day morning. January 8, 1974. He was a life long resident of this area. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Versie Nobles Manning of Flo- rala; eight daughters, Mrs. La- netta Garvin and Mrs. Jane[ Hughes of Davenport, Florida, Mrs. Earline Kirkland of Al- bany, Ga., Mrs. Annice Kefner of Albany, Ga., Mrs Minnie Ruth Fulmer of Albany, Ga., Mrs. Linda Miller of Paxton, Fla., Mrs. Vernell Gautney of Paxton, and Mrs. Jeanette Cain of Flora[a; four sons, Earl Manning and Leon Manning of Paxton, Fredrick Manning of Florala, Holland Manning of Lockhart; one sister, Mrs. Alice Jones of Summerville, S.C.; 37 grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. Funeral services were-con- ducted at I0:00 a.m. Thursday from Evans Funeral Home with the Reverends Raymond Taylor and Larry Conners of- ficiating. Burial was in the Paxton Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. Across front Covington (Ford) Motor Co. In Opp Specializing in FRESH Seafood and SIZZLING Steaks Spaghetti $1 95 s:zz.NG e figures: means of transportation." ownresources, and realize cutting board top. There is a C r coutact the local Sheriff's De ..... O a awa, . ....... Yet, Senator Allen de- their full potential in their own deodorant spray which auto- Rib .o Steak and .~,,( partmem. 3ta,emspectorrar- ,-la,-,,,4 "failur,, of h,,,-,,~,, way." matically eliminates garbage FRESH ,R ,-re -- ..,j., . ...... , ............. ..,.,- ) mer stated that the informants., mp $3 50 rala le .. crats at the Office of Man- Senator Allen praised theef- odors on most models; some Boiled Shrl $ 9 kt nick,m woma remain anonymous,a[ement and Budcet to re- forts of the Coosa-AlabamaRi- use special lined bags to fit ) II e ...... A reward of $II00 has been " -" , - ~ second .......... commend funds for Coss,. Ri- ver Association in its work to the bin of the machine, while "" m, W mw posies: .. ~uu 0y me owner;, ver navigation, and the impo- develop the river basin, others use regular plasUcgar- (All You Can Eat) SERVED ON Sl ZZLING PLATT ER Wl TH defeated .$50Oby.~arm.~ureau;and$100 sition of ill-conceived guide- "There is a great deal we bagebags. Ever Thursday Night SALAD. BAKED POTATO OR FRENCH oy me tocat ~nerm s uepart hn r w ro e . " " es fo aterway p j cts in the Congress can and must Compactors should belocked Y ' -- -- ' FRIHS AND ROLLS ;~Willhost ment.. . . . by the Water Resources Coun- do to help with the full develop- when not in use. For safety's FRIED FRESH 's uepmy Cnamoers noted tha, b 1 $3 95 0y $2 95 I: . This ....... ~. . : . cil indicates that they are either ment of theCoosa-AlabamaRi- sake, highly flammable items tins xs me secono rime maeout '' Cra aws ........ . ster Plate..... for Um .......... obhwous to the energy crunch ver System and other Alabama like paint cans are best dis- W'ldP2t a year [nat me ~[oxe s place or b ' ~ D nv ise ndno " " , l ........ era. ~en ,-w___ a__ ,_und- waterways, be said. How- posed of without the compactor. d has been hit Last hme the ogS in an thi v n t" " ' ~ foolish in their avproach to the ever, without the good work and To keep compactor cleanand Salad, Baked Potato or French Fries, Dozen Select Oysters, Salad, French heit,:sup... .... e :es e!eas!x hogs problem. They, apparently support of local groups we sweet, smelling, it is a good : SIZZLIN ano trot.is. Fries or Baked Potato and Rolls : ...... havenbt realized'thatwelonot would be helpless, for itisat idea t0 wash the bin, ram, "" " ~*"7~1~" UI~ .~, ,~ cVidualsta" ,- .... have the luxury of timetosoive, the local level that the initia- and outside surfaces with hot .V 9one Sfeak . ,,,,"--u-Coe Plate),:.,.;7" ats after~ W ~ It ! 1~ ~ ~ R *1 m I the many and varied aspects tire must be seized whether it soap or detergent suds. Some ....... IM ] il g | ~ || U U ~'~ ' of this crucial situation." be in waterway development or machines have removable bins Served on sizzlin platter withlSalad, (Pit Cooked, Hickory Smoked) 12"/ field " "~ _ .' Tracing the development Of the development of our in- ann rams for this purpose. Be Baked Potato or French Fries and Salad, French Fries or Baked Potato ~rows; 176 ~ ,,,~, ~ the Coosa-Alabama River Sys- dustries and agriculture." sure to wipe up food spills rolls, and rolls. Ll points ~ ~"~ ~ tern, Senator Allen pointed promptly, and do not use ab- ,, " ' ~'= #'//TI~ -,~$[ I ~ ~. ; out that under the 1954 autho- rasive cleaning powders on ~S . 81 field ~'I/(~]7~ ~. I ~-- rizing law the waterway was The Po~" exterior surfaces. 1~zree throws: ~'~[ L.~-~'~ '~l/U'A%~} I )--L_ to be developed on a partner- "~ ZOtal int " {'1 [ \1 : I ' / ~ ..... :"-~ ..... ship basis with Alabama River Them are folks who think ix) s ...... ~L,~ ~ ......... being developed by the Army it's a recession when they field o -- - ngineers and the Coosa River g ale ~\\- , can't afford a new cartotow 's; 170 re- ) k~ \ ~ being developed by the Alabama their new boat. )ints:. I02 .~/"'~:@"" f. ~,,.,,.~_ Power Company, except for nawgation. When completed, WARMEST THANKS field goals "Only signed a lilt over a 600 mile, nine-foot navi- 34 re- $100,O00 in new business- gation channel would exist from s; 10.3didn't get in too much sell- Rome, Georgia, to the Port of Go to friends and family,of ins time h.hw." Mobile together with a series the Henry Grover Johnson s FOR SALE - 1958 Chevrolet LOSE WEIGHT with New Shape FOR SALE - Royal Chef Gas SPINET PIANO - Available next 45 field .... :" of locks and dams for hydro- Mrs. Alma Johnson and fa- 1 1/2 ton size. Call 8-2196. Tablets and Hydrex Water Range. New - has never been week, famous make, gun- throws; electric power, flood control mily would like to express their tl points; and recreational purposes, appreciation to those who 1-17-Ctpd Pills at MOODY DRUG COM- used. Gold Color. 30-inch ranteed. A real buy. party "Baseba]l ~s almost the "And to date everyone has honored Mr. Johnson's death PANY width. Four top burners. Lift- must have good credit and able FOR SALE - 1 national cash ~eld oa s only place in life where a done his job and done it well, by their presence, by their register. Excellent condition. NOTICE - we need your live- off door and top for easier to take care of $20.00 per g 1 " " sto , "leaning. Pilot light andsafety month, Write for inspection s; 98 re- sacrifice is really appreci- Senator Allen declared. "In letters of sympathy, and es- Priced to sell. SULLIVAN ck to build a better home ,f it should gO out. Removable .... "--- : ~, - and details. Joplin Piano, Points.__ 5 4 a~edmopolis Larr-,(Wyo.) Kin,-IndependentTher haveadditin'giventhe people}heir, of Alabamastrong en- peciallYa prayerfrforthsethe familyWh sentin thisUP FURNITURE COMPANY. sale - THE PAXTON LIVE- Top burners. Clock-Timer and Box 103, Panama City, Fia, time of grief. 1-10-ZtcSTOCK CO-OP. ll-29-tfc Automatic Clock Control. ln- - ;~0 field Record aorsement to me aevempmen~ 3,2,401. 1_24_ itpd ~e throws. " of the Coosa River by approv- Special thanks go to First PRIVATE INVESTIGATORS - dicator light- Preheat Signal, ' Baptist Church, for faitMul CABIN FOR SALE at Gantt Civil- Criminal- Domestic- Broiler, Perma View Oven )tal pomts, " CARD OF THANKS LEGAL NOTICE members of the American Le- Lake. Large wooded lotCommercial. Confidential in- Door. Very nice and handsome e~-I2fieldWe would like to express REGISTER'S SALE ginn and to those who brought '/5 x Z35' 800 sq. ft. Pri- vestigations. 24 Hr. Service. looking stove. $165.00 includ- food for the family, andflowers rate road, large fishing pier, SMALLEY DETECTIVE ing tax. May be seen at my )talt~?n~S! our sincere thanks.to our re- The State of Alabama, Coy- for Mr. Johnson. beach area. Call 222-4106. AGENCY. phone 222-7269, home on North Sixth Street. NEVER :Used anything hke ...... Ladves, zrienos aria neigheors incton County Thank you for taking the time Andalusia. ANDALUSIA, ALABAMA. MRS. LUCILE McRAE. f~,=m .... goalsfor their kindness, and comfort. -Circuit Co'urt, In Enuitv., ~. and for showing your love in ,, , 9-27-tfc 1-124-2tpd it" say users of Blue Lust|t, w~ ,,. shown during the long illness W E Dmz~an and J D Win- such a special way. carpet Cleaner. Rent elec- o; t~ re- ' -- . Points; 31 and recent death of our loved gard Complainant d/b/a Crest- Alma Johnson -..,--~"~~ ]1 tric Shampooer $1.GREAT one. view Investment Company vs. 1-24-Itc Kersey's PIANO IN STORAGE - Beau- DAY, INC. field ~n~xour pres.e.nce,..yourpray- Joe Louis Barnes and Myrtle tiful Conscle stored locally, l-2,1. !tc ,w~. ,o ers, moo ano oeautnut nowers Pearl Barnes Defendant. ii ,,,II i ~!~l~l~#l Bnaed Termite C" IReported like new Resp~-sible party can take a I 24 Itcbig sav- ~'l'nt~. re7 a.nd. cards were greatly appre- By virtue of a decree in the ~L~ o[ Opp. Alabama ins on low payment balance. ' -" cmteo, above stated cause renderedon 478 field May the Lord richly bless the 23rd day of October by the REAL ESTATE TRMITm" AND HOU$[MOLO PEST CONTROL SgRV,C~' I Write: GULF COAST PIANO CO. P.O. Box 667 - Panama . annxeepyou Is our pray6r, , ' ee ~hrnw~: .~ .... ~. *Circuit Court, in Equity, to | | $,.OOO Tm.mMlTm. WARFtANTW. i City, Fla. 32401' totalnoin'i~ ~ne .r a m.lly., u! satisfy said decree, I will sell FOR SALE . ....... eranx ucnonem to the highest and best bidder o~v PHONE 4e3-425e TELEPHONE COLLECT I - " .___ 1-24-1te for cash, at public sale, at the I One Lot 50' x 140' and I o,.,.. ,,~..,.. P~UL Cn L, REPnES NrArtV I J - I Courthouse doorofsaidCounty, I One Lot 100' x 140' in I ~k-- " ~" . [ at Z:00 P.M. I Folsom Sub-Division. I ~ ' '" ' ' "~Y ~ _~ *~-- i [ "! Ir] II II 1 I On Monday, the 25th day of [ , I FORSALE- Pecan, scupper- ~Ei.[l~[llll~i~l~i~ I j == m 1 [ February, 1974 on the following I Four lots 50' x ZOO' each | FOR SALE - Pecan trees, fruit WANTED - One used baby bed nong, grape, and various fruit ~" e ~ terms cash the following des_ i and One Duplex Apartment ,trees, Japanese Persimmon, and mattress in good condi-trees, camellia, azaleas and ! 0~.~..]~'i-~'~-~_" [ cribed property, viz: Lot 15, I house one block from I Scuppernong, Rose Bushes, tion. Phone 4-7607 or 8-2818. ornamentals, weekends. Camellias and Azaleas-Week- 1-24-ItcDEAN'S NURSERY, Samson ~.. ~~"".,~ ~ "it ,,,~e~-'~ your umre"- : Block 2, George Addition tothe | downtown. | ends. DEAN'S NURSERY [ City of Fiorala, Alabama, in I ! " Hwy., Florala, Ala. O~#~ ~! onn ] all illo,~,,,oe~,,,ol ....... " ...... ] cluding all improvements I Large dwelling fronting I Samson Highway, Florala, Ala- llm,IA~,l" =,~,~h," 12-20-tfc ~7 "1 margret ] /,:~# /I ...... ~ I ............. '~"'uF'~"3 "'" 3"u" l thereon which includes one (I) I West 5th Avenue with two l bama. v,,,.wv ..w,~... 1 17 tfc b ..... srsav . , . I are s:x (6) room frame house w~th a. Attend two weeks of sales [ ' ' I complete apartments; al- | " - Never been used, (7) fully FOR SALE - 1 complete set of ..... ~ cnmmo~ ! G.$e , UIoHair ~BIk--~ [ I~~tlla" " I bath.This the 16 day of Janu I SO, one Z BR house ad- I OVER S00 .~tl~.~ ANn .~ptm,e equipped to zig-zag, make but- left-handed, first flight golf 8oa/~#'~a. I ...... ,[r~ [ nta, Expenses paid. Insurance I " " I joining this egceUeat buy. I COATSln ~'~ui'a~s~'[ong~,'ex" tonboles, etc. This is a first clubs. The set includes woods, @p#w S[ ~ [ II -- " I ary, 1974. I Can be purchased separa- I tra Ion s and . ,, ..... - time offer. They will go fast program for you and your family, I E.E. King I tely. Good investment pro- I g short~. , yuu reot ~ 95 ,~o,-h W~ hovo irons, putter, and bag. CON- . ft#, $'.'$~ I I ,~f, ~II~ I 'lla . " I Register I perty. I hard to fit and have trouble "" * ......... ~. ....TACT JOE BOWDEN, 898- '~ 8aVl 1 24 4tc finding your s:zes, come tosee tion Cash or terms ~,,. rigs program. If you meet ore- ] " " l | . threaded them for yourmspec- 7'/42, Samson. us - Biggest selection Ln .~.~n ~r-_u~ ~c 12-20-tfc ?"~ll8 will be guaranteed 8700- ..................... aa, . I I I Equity Sale - Pay small I I equity and take overpay- I su|ts, sportcoats, and slacks .~... r,.-~=~ you I a~zz o ~..~'ta.o YOUPAYFOIITW|WHQt.I~$EAT_ ] 'e ollt LEGAL NOTICE h month to start, depending on [ Iments. 3 BR Brick. fuUy I between Montgomery and Mo- r,r,.~u';~u .. [ Icarpeted, all electric on I bile. That s NORTHCUTTS in ~,.,.n,~,,, ,,,:. . United Freight Evergreen upen ~ a.m. ~ill 9 pm. MOn- e~tinn, I General Motors Acceptance I extra large lot, West 5th I I Avenue. Financed at '/%.I " l l.R re,, day through Friday. Saturday ...... | Corporation will sell at Public "" --'" 9 a.m. till 6 p.m. New Singer Sewing 10 25 tfc Machines ....... 59.95 I-, I Sale for cash on January 28, l Brick store building on W. l DRAPERY OUTLET - 3,000 L " " Stereo Consoles ..... 99.95 ' "I[ I ltl O II * 1974, at Brooks Appliance, Red P ,_ersonal ,ntorv,ew / | 5th Avenue. I pairs - Made in Evergreen. .................... Box Springs & I el, Alaoama, the zollowing: Cheaper than most chainw~tt;n t.,-~.~mtm., ~rm Matress ........ 99.95 #~ - / one 1972 Frigidaire Washer I We need listings. If you | stores. Located on WestFront JEWELRY REPAIRED, ring8-Track Players .... 39.95 olloct : Los Atkins I 5934 . . .. l have property to sell or it I Street downtown, Evergreen.. sizing, etc. FLORALA JEW- Garard Turntables - - -59.95 gnesMoorehead' [ one 1973 FrigiaaireAiruond | have property to sell or if | Alabama. ELR STORE. Phone 8-3841, Sofa & Chair ..... 99.95 'Michael AlISar~. ] / 36Z2 I you want to purchase a I 5-10-tfcFlorala, Alabama. l-3-tfc Name Brand Vacuum | --=, ...... | GMAC reserves the right to | certain kind of property, l NEED UPHOLSTERY WORK Cleaners ........59.95 I ~'~,.:2~p~ ~P~O~ gl.m. - | bid at such sale. The colla- I see us first. I DONE? Highway 54 - Up-NOT StereOWhile Components - -9995 ~@M~a~o Ig~ 21.~IP l terals involved are presntly I Mrs. Lucille S. Cox l holstery one mile east of city I haI!CEv~ " new phone 8-4639. I stored and may be seen at I ROYCE & CO., INC. I limits. Furniture and auto- pickup truck and tools,spected attheYthelaStwarehousemay be in-of WAILI' DISNEY t~ __ u..--J--, I~_.A_.. / Brooks Appliance, Red Level, | I motive trim. Quality work- I Want to work for you. Call United Freight' Sales, 1511 S. 1 r-.,.., m~n~mqm~.,rrsqmqmy | Alabama I Telephone 8-73'/3I manship.Free home es- me for oak firewood. Phone Oates St. Dothan, Alabama, . ] General Motors Accept Corp I Alabama Brokers License | timates. Free pick up and DANIEL PETERSON at the open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m., MondayI ~" al Opportunity Company 9005-32602 ] 9005-32707 I '"" I delivery. Phone 8-7361. above number. THAN, K YOU. through Friday 9 a.m. to6p.m. l'3-Stpd 12-3-tfc Saturdays. Cash or Terms