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NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1972 • PAGE in all dealings of this impor- Commission, Covington County, of Covington County, Alabama, rant position. (Pal. Pol. Adv. by Trent Lewis, District it. ' in the May 2 and 30 Democratic Florala, Alabama) -I solicit your vote andcountyin- Primaries. My pledge is to giVepos_ 'i DEATHS JIM PAUL WILLIAMS :': fluence. I promise to serve my full efforts and energy to • • n o t Candidate for Member Board the people of the entire serving the public in this -- U n C e m e n s of Commissioners District #2. FOR MEMBER BOARD faithfully and efficiently. : ition. }LLECTOR COUNTY .qY appreciate - in seek- of Tax Collector my record of ser- member Covington lmission will merit support and con- P0WELL for Tax Collector, Alabama. trey Pew- Alabama) Y my candidacy of Coving- urgently request and vote. I am race subject to the Primaries sche- ay 2 and 30, 1972. You in an honest, ial way. I will to see all the 'n now and the De- try May 2nd. appreciate your nce and if elected good job of of the Tax Ice. HST for Tax Collector, Alabama v. by W. A. (Alvin} Alabama) LECTOR my can- office of Taz County, Pri- 2 and 30, 1972. influence in my solicited and appreciated. If With a full six office, I pledge and impartial ser- P. BASS [or Tax Collector, Alabama. by Margaret P. Alabama) LECTOR announce my can- :Collector of Coy- to the Democra- SCheduled for May 1972. I respect- you consider which include ears' experience uditing, and gov- ord-keeping. I lh your help we s the friendliest Cient Tax Collec- the State• Your is greatly Tax Collector,, Alabama by Foster Weed, f BOARD announce my chairman, Board )nets of Coving- abama. tention to solici+ )nally, but should Please consider on election day. intentions to of the chair- egrity and fair- People of Coy- influence will and forever re- /or Chairman ssioners Cor- n. by j. L. Graves, Alabama) [ERS is sin- m my candi- to the post- Board of Com- ngton County, to the Demo- that are sche- 1972. of pol- vernment that m the past as BOard of Corn- 4. Previous ex- oard of Com- elped prepare of Cov- e capacity as support will )r Chairman toners, Coy- by Hiram T. a) FOR CHAIRMAN BOARD OF COMMISSION COVINGTON COUNTY Allow me this opportunity to announce my candidacy for Chairman Covington County Board of Commission in the May 2 and 30 Democratic Primar- ies. I sincerely desire your consideration and vote for this office• I am a native of Cov- ington County• I have worked in Andalusia and Covington Coun- ty for the past sixteen years. My desire is to work and serve the people of this county. RANDEL MIKEL, JR. Canaidate for Chairman Board of Commission, Coving- ton County, Alabama. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Randel Mikel, Jr., RFD 2, Andalusia, Ala- bama) COMMISSIONER # 1 FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. ONE I hereby announce my candi- dacy for Member of the Cov- ington County Board of Com- missioner, District No. One (Opp), subject to the Democra- tic Primaries of May 2 and 30, 1972. Your vote and influence will be greatly appreciated. I will not have an opportunity to see all the voters because of my job at the Micolas Mills in Opp but I will make a special effort to see as many of you as I can and I pledge my untiring efforts to work for the good of the entire County. EARL C. BOLES Candidate for Member Board of Covington County Commis- sioner, District No. I. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Earl C. Boles, Route 3, Andalusia, Alabama) FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER DISTRICT ONE It has been my privilege and pleasure to have served you as County Commissioner, District No. One for the past seven years and one month. During my ten- ure of office I have endeavored to fulfill the responsibilities of this office in the best in- (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Jim Paul Williams, Andalusia, Ala.) i , FOR MEMBIR BOARD • OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 2 As a candidate for the office of Member of Board of Com- missioners,District 2, I ask for your vote and support. I feel that my experience as a farmer and businessman has helped prepare me to serve the people of Covington County as a mem- ber of the Covington County Board of Commissioners. If favored with this responsi- ble position, I pledge to perform the actfvities of th/s Board with integrity. O. D. WORLEY Candidate for Member Board of Commissioners, District 2. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by O. D. Worley, Rt. 3, Andalusia, Alabama) OF COMMISSIONER WARREN W. HUTCHESON. DISTRICT 3 Candidate for Member Board • i wish to announce my can-/: of Commission, District No. 4. didacy for Covington County Commissioner, District No. 3 (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Warren W. (Florala), subject to the Demo- : HUtcheson, Red Level, Ala- cratic Primaries of May 2 and,. bama) 30, 1972. ,:: If you elect me I will endeavor to make you a good Commis- sioner. Your vote and influence will be highly appreciated. L, T. HARPER Candidate for Covington County Commissioner, District No. 3. : (Pd. Pol. Adv. by L. T. Har- per, Route 2, Opp, Alabama FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS, DISTRICT 2 I hereby announce my candi- dacy for the office of Member of Board of Commissioners of Covington County, Alabama, District 2. I am asking for a full-term as a member of this Board, now serving out the un- expired term of the late Leon Wiggins, by appointment. It is my sincere desire to Candidate for Member Board serve the people of Covington of Commissioners, Covington County in this District, but in County ' Alabama. order for this desire to become a reality I need your help. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Cliff Maddox, Therefore I solicit your vote Andalusia, Alabama) and influence in behalf of my candidacy for a full-term onthe FOR MEMBER BOARD Board of County Commis- OF COMMISSION stoners. COVINGTON COUNTY FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT 3 I hereby announce my candi- dacy for member, Board of Commissioners, Covington County, District 3, subject to the Democratic Primaries May 2 and 30, 1972, If you are kind enough to elect me your District 3 Commis- FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT NO. 4 I have qualified as a candidate for Member of the Covington County Board of Commis- sioners, District 4 (Red Level), subject to the Democratic Pri- mary Elections of May 2 and May 30, 1972. I have worked throughout Dis- trict 4 for twenty-one years, most of this time as heavy equip- ment operator and as foreman. I sincerely want to serve you as a member of the Covington Board of Commissioner, Dis- trict 4. I solicit your vote and support and will greatly ap- preciate the privilege of serving you on this important Board. Yours for better roads and, stoner, t will stress fairness to . government. the entire District and the Coun- . T.H. "TOT" MAYNARD ty as a whole. I feel a tre- mendous responsibility and sa- cred trust attached to this im- portant position. Your vote and influence will be appreciated and remem- bered. CLIFF MADDOX Candidate for Member Board of Commission, Covington County, Alabama. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by T. H. "Tot" Maynard, Rt. 5, Dozier, Ala- bama) FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. FOUR I am a candidate for mem- ber of the Board of Commis- sion, District 4, Covington County, Alabama, subject to ac- tion of the Democratic Pri- maries of May 2 and 30, 1972. I reside on Route 2, Dozier, LEONARD KEAN I respectfully announce my Alabama, a livestock and row • candidacy as member of the crop farmer, served as County Candidate for Member Board Board of Commission, District Committeeman for ASCS for 12 of County Commissioners, Dis- :: 3, Covington County, Alabama. years; member of Covington trict 2. Many improvements have  County Cattleman's Asso., for- (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Leonard Kean, been made in the county and mer director of Farm Bureauof many more need to be made.• It county, member Searight Baptist Andalusia, Alabama) is in this spirit that I sin - Church. FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER #2 COVINGTON COUNTY My two sons have taken over my personal business and I will be able to devote my 12-years of experience in heavy equip- cerely ask your suPper L your I pledge to always be willing advise, counsel, Support and to assist in projects that is for prayers that I ask for this :. the progress of Covington office. County and the State as a whole• J. C. LAIRD Your vote and influence will Candidate for member of be greatly appreciated• Board of Commission, Coy- DeWITT SIMS ment work to the job as Mem-' ington County, Alabama. Candidate for Member Board ber of Covington County Board (Pd. Pol. Adv. by J. C. Laird, of Commissioners of Covington of Commission, Second Dis- : Route 1, Florala, Alabama) County, District 4. trict, Andalusia, a job that I .- ....... • Your vote and influence will be appreciated, and rem- embered. FRANK MOORE Candidate for Tax Assessor, Covington County• (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Frank Moore, Andalusia, Alabama) BOARD OF EDUCATIO FOR MEMBER BOARD OF EDUCATION COVINGTON COUNTY If elected, I promise to keep in close touch with the people and to work for the benefit of education in the entire county. I pledge to support integrity in the educational department of the county. Your views will be considered at all times and I will not take personal advantage of this important position. An earnest attempt is being made to see each of you before election day, but regretfully some will be missed. In view of this, I sincerely ask for your consideration of my candidacy for Member Board of Education. It will be an honor to serve as a member of the most im- portant Board. I earnestly solicit your vote and influence and any assistance you can give to my election will be greatly appreciated. JAMES W. LAIRD (Pd. Pol. Adv. by James W. Laird, Route One, Florala, Ala- bama). FOR MEMBER BOARD OF EDUCATION PLACE NO. 5 I hereby announce my candi- dacy as Member of the Coving- ton County Board of Education, Place No. 5 - Florala-Lockhart District. I appreciate the pri- vilege of serving as your pre- sent Board Member and will appreciate your vote to elect me to a full term. It will be an honor to continue serving you as your Board Member. My pledge to you is to con- tinue representing the Florala- Lockhart School District. I feel that my experience on the Board will help me to serve the people of Covington County and my District for a better edu- cation for our young people. DR. JAMES DENNEY Candidate for Member Board terest of ALL of the citizens am seeking subject to the De- of this wonderful county and it. mocratic Primaries scheduled I.:OR MEMBER BOARD for May 2 and 30. I Was run.-.,:OF COMMISSIONERS re-elected I shall continue todd ner-up four years ago and your ISTRICT NO. 3 SO. I would like to take this means of soliciting your vote, influence and support in behalf of my can- didacy for re-election in the forthcoming Democratic Pri- maries of May 2 and 30, 1972. JERRY ADAMS Candidate for re-election Member Board of Commis- sioners Covington County, Ala- bama. (Pal. Pol. Adv. by Jerry Adams, Opp, Alabama). FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER DISTRICT #I I have qualifed to seek elec- tion as a member of the Cov- ington County Board of Com- missioner, District No. One (Opp), subject to the Democra- tic Primary Elections of May 2 and 30, 1972. l feel that the previous ex- perience I have had qualifies me for this important place and I ask for your vote and your support on that basis. I will greatly appreciate your help. I want, need and will be grate- ful for your support. MERVIN ELLIS Candidate for Member Board of Commissioners District No. One, Covington Countyl Ala- bama. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Mervin El- lis, 407 College: Street, Opp, Alabama) FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER ,DISTRICT NO. ONE Your vote and support is ear- nestly solicited in my candidacy for Covington County Commis- sioner, District One (Opp), sub- ject to the Democratic Pri- maries of May 2 and 30, 1972. I hope to see all of you personally and solicit your vote. But if I should miss seeing you will you please consider my candidacy. Any support you can give me will be appreciated. W. W. HARPER Candidate for Member Board of Commissioner, Covington County, District One. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by W. W. Har- per, Route 2, Opp, Alabama) COMMISSIONER #2 vote and support is earnestly solicited. 'CHARLIE LAWSON tanmdate for Member Board 'of Covington County Commis- sioner, District 2. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by DeWitt Sims, of Education, Covington County, Route 2, Dozier. Alabama) Place No. 5. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Dr. James I hereby announce my can- FOR MEMBER BOARD Denney, Florala, Alabama) didacy for member of the OF COMMISSION Board of Commissioner, Disr :, DISTRICT FOUR trict No. 3, (Florala), Coy- I hereby announce my candi- ington County, Alabama, subject dacy for Member of Covington to the Democratic Primaries County Board of Commission : of May 2 and 30, 1972. subject to the Democratic Pri- ; If the voters of Covington maries scheduled for May 2 County see fit to elect me, I " and 30,1972. pledge my earnest and untiring I respectfully request you to efforts to obtain the maximum consider me when you vote. I (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Charlie Law- son, RFD 7, Andalusia, Alabama) pledge efficient service to the county. I am presently self- employed, owner, and operator of Lakeview Grocery and Ser- vice Station, located 2 miles north of Gantt. Your vote and influence will be appreciated. BILLY HUGHES Candidate for Member Coun- ty Commissioner, District No. 4, Covington County, Alabama benefits for Covington County FOR MEMBER BOARD and District 3. OF COMMISSION Your vote and influence is so- DISTRICT NO. 2 licited and will be greatly ap- I ask you for your consid- preciated. eration and support in my can- J.H. CARAWAY didacy for a member of the Candidate for Member Board Board of Commission, District No. 2, (Andalusia), Covington County, Alabama, subject to the Democratic Primaries of May 2 and May 30, 1972. I am a native of Covington County, World War II veteran, and assure you that if elected, I will endeavor to make you a good Commissioner. I will appreciate your support. HILTON L. LASITER of Commissioner, District 3, Covington County, Alabama. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Hilton L. Las- iter, Andalusia, Alabama) FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSION DISTRICT NO. 9- Wead Hicks will appreciate your help in his campaign for (Pd. Pol. Adv. by J. H. Car- away, RFD l, Florala, Alabama) FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER DISTRICT NO. 3 I earnestly olicit your vote and support as a candidate for Member Board of Commis- sioner, District 3, Covington : County, Alabama, subject to the Democratic Primaries of May 2 and 30, 1972. As a farmer and businessman and eighteen years experience in dealing with the public I believe I am qualified for the place as Commissioner, District Two a Member of this important (Andalusia), Covington County, Board. Because of my dealing Alabama. Wend Hicks offers: with the public I know the needs experience and nine yars work- of the people of District 3 and ing with your elected commis- ' Covington County. I want to be stoner service. Wead Hicks is your Commissioner. known for his hard work and RAY JACKSON dedicated service. Wend Hicks ..... • Candidate for Member Board pledges his personal attention !el Commissioner, District No to every detail of this office i 3, Covington County, Alabama. if elected. Wead Hicks is the ' father of two Children, one boy :(Pd" Pol. Adv. by Ray Jackson, 19 years of age, and one girl i"Rt. 2, Opp, Alabama) age, 10 months. : FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONER COVINGTON COUNTY I hereby announce my can- behalf will be greatly apprecia- bama) didacy for Member Boardof ted. I believe you will find my Commissioner, Covington background and experience will County, District 2, subject to enable me to fill the duties and the Democratic Primaries May requirements of this important 2 and 30, 1972. position. Your support and influence in my behalf will be greatly ap- TRENT LEWIS I to be C I Pd. Pol. Adv. by Billy Hughes, oute 2, Dozier, Alabama) TAX ASSESSOR FOR TAX ASSESSOR . COVINGTON COUNTY I hereby announce my candi- dacy for re-election for Tax Assessor of Covington County, Alabama, subject to the Demo- cratic Primaries of May 2nd and 30th, 1972. I appreciate the privilege of serving as your present Tax Assessor and will appreciate your vote and influence to elect me for another term. And I pledge to continue to give you the same courteous and effi- cient service as I have in the i:. past. Thank you. SOLOMON TISDALE Candidate for Tax Assessor, Covington County. (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Solomon Tis- dale, Andalusia, Alabama) EVANS' is going discount on all knit suits and sport coats for Easter. Knit Sports Coats just arrived• Regular $50.00 values, Friday and Saturday only $38.88. EVANS' Store For Men. 3-30-1tc FOR SALE Three Model Y91-538 Continental High Boy self propelled sprayers. Iden- tified as Number l, Number 2, and Number 3. Can be seen at Cliff Hedge Motor Sales lot on East 5th Ave., to be sold on a "as is where is" basis. If interested send a sealed bid to The Bank of Florala, P. O. Box 367, Florala, Ala. Bids will be opened on April 20, 1972 and successful bidders may take immediate possession. The bank reserves the right to re- ject any unreasonable bid. 3-23-2tc Your help in behalf Of Wend ': Hicks will be humbly appre ' ::FOR MEMBER ciated. " BOARD OF COMMISSIONER WEAD HICKS DISTRICT NO..3 FOR TAX ASSESSOR Candidate for District No. 2, ' I have'qualified with theDe- COVINGTON COUNTY Board of Commission.  mocratic Executive Committee ': I humbly ask for and will ap- as a candidate for Member Coy-  preciate your vote and support (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Wend Hicks, :ingt°n County Board of Commis- for the office of Tax Assessor Andalusia, Alabama) smner, District No. 3, subject for Covington County, subject to the Democratic Primary! .to the Democratic Primaries of , Elections of May 2 and May 30, May 2 and 30, 1972. COMMISSIONER #3" 1972. My record is open for your , ,, I will do all in my power to ,insPection. I believe that my ! FOR MEMBER BOARD serve all of the. county well and (nine years experience inbaiiking [ A W N M 0 W [ R OF COMMISSIONERS will ppreciate your vote and your, will qualify me for the office of R [ P A [ R S DISTRICT 3  active support. Tax Assessor. I announce my candidacy for REX HARRELSON : :; If elected I promise to make ' ALL WORK GUARANTEED election as Member Board of : Candidate for Member Coy- ' •the office of Tax Assessor ef- ALSO PARTS FOR MOST Commissioners, Covington ington County Board of Commis- flcient and to assist all peo- ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS County, District 3, subject to stone:. District 3. ple who come to that office. : Woodrow Adams tic Primaries. (Pd. Pol. 3dr, by Rex Harrel- Candidate for Tax Assessor Your vote and influence in my son, Route I, Andalusia, Ala- of Covington County, Alabama. SALES AND SERVICE FOR TAX ASSESSOR COVINGTON COUNTY This is to announce my can- quest vote and coMMISSIoNER #4' i FOR MEMBER BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS DISTRICT NO. 4 DEATH CLAIMS FOY HARRISON FRIDAY NIGHT Foy Harrison, age 48, a resi- dent of Stella Route, Florala, passed away Friday night, March 24, 1972, in a Florala hospital. He was a veteran of World War II and retired from Civil Service at Eglin Field in 1960. He wasa member of the First Assembly of God Church in Florala and had lived on Stella Route for the past 24 years. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Viola Harrison of Stella Route, Florala; one son, Larry Har- rison of Stella Route, Florala; five brothers, Burl Harrison. Liberty, Walter Harrison of Stella Route, Florala, Claude Harrison of Tallahassee, Flo- rida, Junior Harrison of Flo- rala, Randall Harrison of Stella Route, Florala; two sisters. Mrs. Mabel Hall of Stella Route and Mrs. Edna Peele of Stella Route; one grandchild. Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the First Assembly of God Church with Reverend W. W. Holder and Reverend Raymond Taylor officiating. Burial was in the Paxton Ceme- tery with Masonic Graveside LEGAL NOTICE ESTATE l)I,' SitELLEY A. AR.\\;STR()NG, DECEASED PROBATE COURT l,etters o, Administratlon of said deceased haVih been gran- ted to the undersigned on the 13th dJy of March, 1972 by the Hen. L,lan(l Enzor, Judge of the Prob,lte Couy't Of Covington Cuunty. m,ticc is hereby given that :ill persons having claHns aainst o'Jid estate are hereby requ:red !o tJresenl the same wtbin time aliowel by la or the s:me will be l)ar:'ed. /s/ Annie Mte Armstrong 3-[G-atc LEGAL NOTICE Anyone knowing the where- abouts of Kathryn Carol Budd, alias Brown, Mullis and Hobbs, please notify Darrel E. Hobbs, 4904 N. Mayfield, San Bernar- dine, California 92407. Phone 882-5630. 3-30-1tpd services by Thomas A. McQueen Mason Lodge 341, Paxton. Evans Funeral Home directed. CURRY T. LEONARD PASSED AWAY IN FLORALA HOSPITAL Mr. Curry T. Leonard, age 76, a resident of Paxton for the past ten years, passed away Sunday afternoon, March 26, 1972, in a Florala hospital, he was a member of the Chapel Hill Baptist Church and a vet- eran of World War I. He was a Mason and belonged to the Ha- coda Lodge #631. Survivors are Mrs. Redie Hart Leonard of Paxton; two sons, Randolph Hart of Andalu- sia, Olland Hart of Pensacola; one daughter, Mrs. Willie Mac Nobles of Charlotte, N.C.; three sisters, Mrs. Nola Mc- Kee and Mrs. Bertie Griffith, both of Pensacola, and Mrs. Iowa Campbell of Satsuma. Ala- bama. Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the Chapel Hill Baptist Church with Reverend William Aplin and Reverend Fred White officiating. Burial was in the Chapel Hill Cemetery with Ev- ans Funeral Home directing. LEGAL NOTICE PROBATE COURT ESTATE OF EZEKIEL PURDIE, DECEASED Letters Testamentary on the Estate of said deceased hav- ing been granted to the under- signed on the 24th day of March, 1972, by the Hen. Leland Enzor, Judge of the Probate Court of Covington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said es- tate are hereby required to pre- sent the same within time al- lowed by law or the same will be barred. Willie Mac Sinkfield 3-30-3tc CARD OF THANKS The family of Foy Harrison wishes to extend our sincere thanks to our many friends and relatives for the many kind ex- pressions of sympathy shown us during the death of our loved one. Your prayers, flowers, abundance of food and all deeds of kindness were of great com- fort during this time of sorrow. May God bless cactLol.you is our prayer. 3-30-1tpd NOTICE - I will not be res- ponsible for any debts other than those made by me. JAMES A. PATTERSON• 3-30-2tpd IRONING, starching large table- cloths at 75¢ each. Shirts, 20¢, dresses, pants, 20¢ up. Bring hangers• GREENBRANC[t KENNELS at 2008 W. 8th Ave- nue. Phone 8-1134. 3-30-1tpd CHANNEL CATFISH Finger- lings. Any amount or size Fully guaranteed. Triple "M" Catfish Farm, Rt. 3, Georgiana, Alabama. Telephones 376-2866 or 376-9183. 3-30-4tc READER'S DIGEST community representative is PHILLIP HUNTON. Phone 8-6311. P.O. Box 211, Florala. Order your renewal and gift subscription with him. New subscription, $3.97. 3-30-1tc for Member :Board / HUSH PUPPIES by Wolverine World Wide. Loafers and Lace in three colors and all sizes. Regular $15.00 Retail Friday and Saturday only $9.49. EVANS' Store For Men. 3-30-1tc FOR SALE - 20 acres located on left of first curve on Opp Highway 331, across from Mrs. J. W. Andrews. See or tele- phone Herman Lurie, guardian of estate• Telephone 4-0930• Acreage contains fruit and pe- can trees, valuable spring of water. 3-30-4tc LITTLE BOY'S SHOES for' Eas- ter. Just arrived in sizes 3 1/2 to 6. Real good selection. Fri- day and Saturday only. $6.88. PVANS' STORE FOR MEN. 3-30-1tc FOR SALE - Pianos 100 pia- THOR. FRI - .5"7: SIGN PAINTING - Shop located ..... '. . . -r ........ nos xrom wnlcu to select. Re- 2 l/z mnes south oi rioraia :lt .  • .. ..... JO.l PtPI I-I ........ bm s, traue-ms a.,, .e. RCH I • " bplnets. JUSt say - Chagv t. Phone 4-1825 STARS & ......... ;., . $195.00 and up HARPER FUR- i'I'RIFL TriOS noitey uwner .....   -. • " ' .... " DIIIUI'I.E, u., rvergreen, Ala. / llii _ . le.. ! "z'_.___ [ | -, II Bonded Termltc Co. [ i FLU.S. Tou), s I ,  0[ Opp, AlaBama ,N s ooo "r,,,M,,- w...,,., li 'fh ' I .00TRRNGLt 'E I DAY ::2N2L2:2M2239 TELEPHONE COLLECT I -- JL-.I I I ,HAIN" .......... )AW IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with Pi 2-3,t/-ff I roaches, ants, rats, mice, or ,,.,.,L I AD water bugs call 8-1765 in Flor- IT'$THE#APPIESTHOWLINA PAXTON, FLORIDA , (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Bill Mar- , tin, Andalusia, Alabama) ': PUBLIC INVITED to come see the $14.00 Retail Flair Leg, Perma Press Pants at EVANS' where they are on sale for $4.49. re- Evans' StOre for Men. in 10-1tc ala, or 493-4336 collect in Opp. ATOMIC EXTERMINATOR of- fers bonded and insured termite control. The number to call is 8-1765, Florala. 10-12-tfc NOTICE - All want ads and Cards of Thanks must be paid when placed except those carry- ing regular established monthly accounts. 1-27-tfc FOR SALE - Pcan, peach, per- simon, scuppernong and various fruit trees. Also camellias, azaleas and various orna- mentals. Late aRernoon and weekends. DEAN'S NURSERY. Samson Highway. Phone 8-2711, 1-13-tfc DOG'S AGE! WALT DISNEY """' :i! ' ,:}  : ":! • 197 Wal! Detney Procl,ctons ] ,,q.Te  $ ?.'oo