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! IMAGE~ ;MALLTOWNPAPERS, INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED ALL RIGHTS RESERVED JECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. FLORALA NEWS- THURSDAY, FEBI~dARY 19, 1976 PERSONALS - J. P. McGee left Tues- for Tallahassee, ~here she is spending with her daughter Dr. and Mrs. Ben Une Ill. of Mrs. Hazel Jack- that she underwent at the West Flo- in Pensacola, Best wishes for a recovery are sent her Alma Johnson has re- after being confin- Walton Beach Hos- of a fall. She is happy to have Mrs. with her at her Florala. of Tallahassee, his father, Wal- and Mrs. Hodge Rosa Kirkland of Win- Florida, and Mr. and Morgan of Minden, are visiting the and Cliff Hodge fa- Well as Mrs. Allie Mrs. George Hodge and Lockhart. [11 be glad to know is at home, but ear Springs The weather has been ideal. Attendance was slightly up last Sunday and we hope you will join us next Sunday for all the services of the day. We es- pecially bring your attention to our Sunday night service. Come enjoy an hour in Training Union with Janice Worley as leader. These are interesting and in- formative discussions. Then stay for" the evening song ser- vice and preaching. All this starts at 6 p.m. Our mid-week service is in- formal and beneficial, follow- ed with choir practice. We need all who will to come to choir practice. We pray that you will help us to become known as a singing church, wherein gospel music will be a true companion to gospel teaching and preaching. As we blend our voices, hearts and hands, becoming a symphony of service rising to the throne of grace, and making glad the heart of God. This church sends greetings to all our out-of-town mem- bers and friends and express our gratitude for your love and concern. Hurry back to see us. May God watch over you, and US. LOCKHART GARDEN CLUB PLANS MEETING The monthly meeting of the Lockhart Garden Club will meet Monday night, February 23, at 7 o'clock p.m. The meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Avenaugh Hutcheson of Lock- hart. All members are urged to attend this meeting. The pro- gram will be on, "Birds Our Feathered Friends". ca FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3 I will sincerely appreciate your vote and influence in seek- ing the office of Member of the Board of Covington County Commission. I can only offer my record of service as commissioner in three previous terms and hope it will be good enough to merit the approval and support of Covington County Voters. T. IVEY POWELL (Pd. Pol. Adv. by T. Ivey Powell, Rt. 8, Andalusia, Ala- bama.) FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3 Your vote and support is ear- nestly solicited in my candi- dacy for Member of the Board Covington County Commission, District 3. I was born and reared in Cov- ington County; veteran of World War II and the Korean conflict. I have a high school education and have been employed by Ala- bama Department of Conserva- tion and Natural Resources for 17 years. I will consider allissues with an open mind and earnestly so- licit your vote and support. WALTER L. HARRELL LEWIS Adkison Con|. From Front of us will never have She is a native of Florala and of seeing our held a position with Franklin Ferguson for 15 years. She at work in their has now retired to the good old of service. But we are home life and serves as an to see the needs of answering service for her hus- through their eyes band. feel them through The Lewis' have five child- of their hearts. ren -- Charles is a graduate a joy in our hearts of the University of Alabama Mason (of Pax- and is a Certified Public Ac- returned home safely countant on St. Simeon Island y and we will in Brunswick, Georgia. He is to hearsome married and has four children. Sunday, Feb- Mrs. Charles Sharpless (Lois) at our church. We lives in Pensacola and has six share June's children. Mrs. Robert Mae (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Walter L. Harrell, Route One, Florala, Alabama). FOR MEMBER, cOVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 3 I announce my candidacy for election as Member Board of Commissioners, Covington County, District 3, Subject to the May 4 and May 25 Democra- tic Primaries. Rest assured that I will stand up for what I feel to be in the very best interest of all of Cov- ington County. Thank you for what you have done and please again. With us. (Debbie) lives in Brunswick, hturday, more pro- Georgia. She is assistant man- TRENT LEWIS repair work, was in ager and her husband is asso- at the church build- ciated with a motel o[ St. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Trent Le- ve set aside Tuesday Simons Island. Scottie, a gra- wis, Florala, Alabama). ;day nights and Sa- duate of Troy State University, lay for Work time at is an agent with State Farm Anyone who isable Bureau and resides in Lawren- FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON to volunteersorvic- cevtlle, Georgia, and recently COUNTY COMMI~Q~N .... use you. There won a trip to Bermuda, leav- DISTRICT 3 ~Y, to be done and so ing the last of March. He is it, but much more can married and has two children. through com- Ray is married to the former )n. Whatever Carol Goolsby of Florala and do and when you can they have two children. He and .~ appreciated. This his family reside in Birming- several weeks, ham where he is employed with Is the last chance we to remind all the la- church of the din- night at 7 o'clock Bell Restaurant a. Those who had a Ln December, Janu- will be our guests and will be re- ith gifts. Each per- one wrapped gift. a large pipe company. He is a University of Alabama graduate with a degree in engineering. Lewis advises the voters that they can rest assured that he will stand up for what he feels to be in the best interest of District 3 and Covington Coun- ty, and thanks you for what you've done in the past and says -- please again. I respectfully submit my can- didacy as member of the Board of Commission, District 3, Cov- ington County, Alabama. I am a high school graduate, hold a degree in Business Law from Cornell University and have done an indepth study of the Grid Concept of Management. I feel that I am fully qualified, willing and able to make Dis- trot 3 a full time commis- sioner, worthy of your vote and support. Your every consider- ation will be sincerely appre- ciated. KENDALL MARAMAN 3 bedroom home Home Com- $65.00 monthly. "3812. 2-19-1tp NEEDED: one secretary-book- keeper. Call 6-9661 for more information. 2-19-Itc ,!~: 1963 Ford. Good Contact Vester Da- Heights, Apart- 2-19-lip FOR SALE: New, used and re- cap tires, auto, truck, tractor and industrial. WOOD TIRE SERVICE, INC., Opp, Alabama Phone 493-3800. 2-19-tfc THEATRES tAROUSEL TWin Cinema PP JR. THRU TUE EB. 19.24 DIXIELAND Drive-in Theatre Hwy. 84 between Opp and Elba FRI., SAT., SUN FEB. 20-21.22 MICHAEL CAINE WOOD WILL GIVE AWAY OR OWNER PLEASE PICK-UP - One fe- male part german shephard puppy. About three months old. Call 8-6742 for more in- formation. 2-19.-1tp MISSING PERSON - Lost one Rett Butler -'Scarlet you can find Rett at the Carousel Twin Cinema, Opp, from February 26 - March 2. ("Oh, I will think of that tomorrow"). Show at 7:00 each night, matinee Sa- turday and Sunday at 2:00. 2-5-3tc FOR SALE - Citrus, pecan, peach, pear, and other fruit trees. Also camellias, aza- leas and Vat ornamentals. Telephone 858-2711 nights, Open six days a week from 9:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Closed on Mondays. Dean's Nursery, Samson Hwy., Florala. 1-29-tfc SAT.. &SUN, Tuesday is "rgnin Night" he wouldn't know who-done-it evensi jfdone it PLUS "THE D UNWICH HORROR" Open at 6:00 Stl't 6:30 Ticket office open till 8:30 GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY: For right party and fabric and sewing industry to be opening soon in Florala, Alabama. Ideal job and career for middle aged lady. If you have experi- ence in this field, we would llke to talk to you. Must have minimum investment of $5,000 to coverinven- tory. Will train right party. For further details, trrite to: c/o The Florala News, P.O. Box 467, Florala, Ala- bama 36442. Mark IVEn- terprises. PAGE 9 tices Deaths (Pal. Pol. Adv. by Kendall Maraman, Route Two, Florala). ()FFICE OF JUDGE 22 ND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT PLACE #I Jones I hereby announce my can- didacy for re-election to the Office of Judge, 22nd Judicial Circuit, Place No. 1, subject to the Democratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. MURLAND SMITH Pd. Pol. Adv. by MurlandSmith, "After all is said and done, more is said than done." LEGAL NOTICE Mr. Audry Wilson Jones, age 59, of Beaumont, Texas, pass- ed away February 14, 1976 at his home. He was a native of this area, but had resided in Beaumont, Texas for the past 27 years. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Mable Palmer Jones of Beaumont, Texas; one son, Terrel Jones of Orlando, Flo- rida; three brothers, Roy Jo- nes of West Palm Beach, Flo- rida, Hurley Jones of Beau- mont, Texas, and Bufford Jo- nes of Montgomery, Alabama; three sisters, Mrs. Ester Fu- qua of Florala, Alabama, Mrs. Ernestine Simmons of Hacoda, Alabama, and Mrs. Ethametta Horn of Port Arthur, Texas. Funeral services were held Tuesday at I0 o'clock from the Corner Creek Methodist Church with the Reverends Claude Gos- sett and Freeman Williamson officiating. Burial was in the Corner Creek Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home directing. PROBATE COURT Hinson Estate of Buress McSwain McFall, Deceased. Friends of Earnest Junior Letters Testamentary on the Hinson will regret to hear of his Will-of said deceased having untimely death in a Birmingham been granted to the undersign- hospital Sunday night, February ed on the 13th day of February, 8, about 12:30. He is the son 1976, by the Hon. Leland Enzor, of Mrs. Ruth Hinson of North Judge of the Probate Court of Sixth Street, Florala and abro- Covington County, notice is ther to Hugh Hinson of Florala hereby given that all persons and Bob Hinson of Huntsville, having claims against said es- tate are hereby required topre- sent the same within time al- lowed by law or the same will be barred. /s/Ella Lenora McFall ,2-19-3tc LEGAL NOTICE General Motors Acceptance Corporation will sell at Public Sale for cash on March I, 1976, at McDaniel Motor Company, Florala, Alabama the following: One 1974 Trl Fontaine 40 ~.I149 GMAC reserves the right to bid at such sale. The colla- teral involved is presently sto- red and may be seen at Mc- Daniel Motor Company, Flo- rala, Alabama. General Motors Acceptance Corporation 1341-71916 2-19-Itc Alabama. Earnest Junior, a very suc- cessful Doctor of Veterinarian Medicine in the Birmingham area, has for three weeks, been suffering with varicose veins of the esophagus, which rup- tured, causing severe hemor- rahaging. As soon as.his con- dition permitted, he underwent surgery and then Monday of last week, the surgery ruptured and he was taped to try and stop the bleeding, and was listed in very critical condition at that time. All the family, Ruth, Hugh, and Bob, had been with him con-" stantly since this problem arose. However, Hugh and wife, Peggy, returned home late Sa- turday so that Hugh could get back to work, feeling Earnest Junior's condition had improv- ed. Then, the news Sunday of his sudden death was a tremen- dous blow to the family. Heartfelt sympathy is extend- ed to the family at this very difficult time. Earnest Junior was 46 or 47 years old. around Ferrel Mr. Charles G. Ferrel, age 73, a resident of Route Two, Laurel Hill, Florida, passed away in an Eglin hospital, Sun- day night, February 15, 1976. He was a veteran of 20 years service with the US Air Force and had engaged in farming since his retirement from mi- litary services. He was a member of the Svea Baptist Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Tessie Ferrel of Route Two, Laurel Hill; three daughters, Mrs. Ouida Grimes of Route Two, Laurel Hill, Mrs. Faye Turner of Pensacola, and Mrs. Mildred Dye of Niceville, Flo- rida; two foster children, Karen Thompson and Terry Thompson, both of Route Two, Laurel Hill. Funeral services were con- ducted at 10 o'clock Tuesday morning from Evans Funeral Home with the Reverend Ray- mond Williams officiating. Bu- rial was in the Svea Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home di- recting. I Arnold Christine Johnson Arnold, age 42, a resident of Route Two, Florala for the past 1 1/2 years, passed away Friday, February 13, 1976. She was a former resident of Washing- ton, D. C., where she was em- ployed as a secretary and book- keeper for a business concern. She was a member of the First United Methodist Church of Washington, D. C. Survivors are her mother, Mrs. Bess Johnson of Route Two, Florala, Alabama. Funeral services were held at 3 o'clock Sunday afternoon from Evans Funeral Home Chapel, with the Reverend Joe Bates officiating. Burial was in the Natural Bridge Ceme- tery with Evans Funeral Home directing. PLUMBING- ELECTRICAL Old Or New Experienced- Youthful NO JOB TOO LARGE OR SMALL All Work PHONE 8- 1082 Stan PLUMBING- ELECTRICAL II I I I II Hurry For Best Selection Windsong Fabrege Tigress Aphrodisia Chantilly TO OFF THE FLORALA PHARMACY FLORALA, ALA. I [ CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our sincere thanks to our relatives and friends for the many acts of kindness shown in our recent loss and sorrow. For the many flowers, food and kind deeds, we are grateful. May God bless each of you. The Family Of Mack (Buddy) Gautney 2-19-1tp FOR SALE: house trailer 12x55 with lot ll0xl50. Has chain link fence and large utility house and carport. Well es- .tablished lawn and fruit trees. Phone 4-7668 any time. Z-19-1tp DEAR FRIENDS: Christ is the true vine. John 15, Verse 1. Ye are the branches, Verse 5. If a grape vine has an oak branch and a peach branch then it is not a true grape vine. If Christ has a Bap- tist and Methodist branch, then he would not be a true vine. BRO. BROOKS. Call 8-4150. ~.-19-1tp I DO yardwork , tree trim- ming, carpenter and roof- work. Will do painting and have oak wood for sale. PHONE PETE DIRGA at 8-0156. 2-19-tfc FOR SALE: 3 bedroom frame house, large lot, pecan trees. Located at 1506 West Eighth Avenue, Florala. Call 222- 9.085 for more information. ~.-19-tfc FOR SALE: Sports Torino. 1972 model and in good con- dition. Call 6-330~.. 2-19-1tp FOR SALE: 3 bedroom block house, *with den and storage room. Small down payment and take over small monthly payments. Call 8-1356 for more details. 2-19-1tp THE TRI-CITY RESCUE SQUAD Our hats are off in salute to the men of the Tri-City Rescue ,Squad and to their families for the generous, unselfish serrice they render to this community. Most especially at this time as they proceed with their drire to raise funds to provide a permanent facility for the squad do we appreciate them. Let us, members of the commuuity, rather than just contribute--help them actively. Maybe some projects by the various clubs; maybe an extra coUection or two at our churches would be in order. Can u,e be challenged by their efjbrts? We hope so, for surely their business is a matter of life or death. FLORALA LIONS