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INC. ALL CONTENT COPYRIGHTED• ALL RIGHTS RESERVED• !CT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT. REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED. 7 o litical Notices MEMBER, COVINGTON COMMISSION 3 I will sincerely appreciate vote and influence in seek- the office of Member of the of Covington County I can only offer my record of as commissioner in previous terms and hope Will be good enough to merit approval and support of County Voters. T. IVEY POWELL (Pd. Pal. Adv. by T. Ivey Rt. 8, Andalusia, Ala- MEMBER, COVINGTON COMMISSION 3 Your vote and support is ear- iaoestly solicited in my candi- cy for Member of the Board Vington County Commission, blstrict 3. I was born and reared inCov- County; veteran of World II and the Korean conflict. a high school education been employed by Ala- Department of Conserva- and Natural Resources for will consider all issues with mind and earnestly so- your vote and support. WALTER L. HARRELL li(Pd. Pol. Adv. by Walter L. arrell, Route One, Florala, &laba'ma). THE FLOPALA NEWS - THURSDAY, APRIL 8, 197( to the Democratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. MURLAND SMITH Pd. Pal. Adv. hy Murland Smith, III FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSIONERS I have qualified and am an- nouncing my candidacy for Chairman of the Board, Cov- ington County Commissioners, subject to the Democratic Pri- maries of May 4 and May 25. I am a veteran of World War II and a native Covington Court- tlan, married and the father of three sons. I will be most appreciative of your vote and support during this upcoming campaign for Chairman of the Board. If elected, I assure you I will FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON endeavor to make you a good COUNTY COMMISSION Commission Chairman. PLACE #l I am announcing my candidacy for re-election to the Board of County Commissioners, Place One, subject to the Primaries May 4 and May 25. I am ask- ing for your vote based on my past record and will appreciate your support. I ask you to check my past record and if elected I will assure you of the same conscientious service. RAY JACKSON (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Ray Jack- son, Route 2, Opp, Alabama). JERRY ADAMS (Pal. Pol. Adv. by Jerry Ad- ams, Opp, Alabama). I I I FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4 I hereby announce my candi- dacy for member of Covington County Commission, District 4, subject to the Democratic Pri- maries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated. BILLY HUGHES (Pd. Pal. Adv. hy Billy Hughes, Gantt. Ala./ FOR MEMBER, COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 1 FOR CLERK CHESTER WATSON COVINGTON CIRCUIT PASSES AWAY COURT AT AGE 44 In qualifying for re-electi0n to Clerk, Covington Circuit Chester L. Watson, age 44, a Court, permit me to voice my resident of route two, Florala, appreciation for the opportuni- passed away Wednesday morn- ties that I have had to serve ing, March 31, 1976, in a Fort you. It has been my goal to Rucker, Alabama Army Has- fulfill the duties of this of- pital. Re was a retired Mas,er rice with integrity, energy, and fair treatment for all. My ex- perience should certainly war- rant my campaign pledge that, if you favor me with re-elec- tion, I will continue policies that I have found workable and ef- fective in the past. My race is subject to the Democratic primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. RAY BOZEMAN (Pd. Pol. Adv. by Ray Boze- man, Andalusia, Alabama). I I II Hello Friends & Citizens: Sergeant with over 20 years service in the US Army. He was a member of the Baptist Church. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Irene Holman Watson of route two, Florala, one son, Chester L. Watson, Jr., of Route Two, Florala~ father and mother, Mr. and Mrs. C.C. Watson of Opp: two brothers. James Watson of Opp and Melvin Watson of Stock- ton, California, one sister, Mrs. Edna Peoples of Manteca, California. Funeral services were held at Z p.m. Friday from Smyrna Baptist Church with James Sanders officiating. Burial was in the Corner Creek Ceme- tery with full military honors. Evans Funeral HoTne directing. NANNIE GRAY WILLIS PASSES AWAY IN OPP 60 years passed away Friday morning, April Y., 1976 in a Foley Alabama nursing home. She had been a patient for several years due to ill health. For many years she and her husband, the late J.B. Watson owned and operated the Florala Thrift Store in Florala until it was sold to the present owners. She was a member of the First Baptist Church of Florala. She started a Sunday School Class in the 'west side of Florala which later became a mission span- sored by the First Baptist Church and is now the West Side Baptist Church. Survivors are two daughters, Mrs. Doris Barfoot of Tampa, Mrs. Louise Godwin of Pensa- cola, six grand children, seven great grandchildren and 2 great great grandchildren. Funeral services were held at Z p.m. Sunday from Evans Funeral Home Chapel with Rev- erend Freeman Williamson of- ficiating. Burial was in the Florala Greenwood Cemetery with Evans Funeral Home dir- ecting. NOTICE OF mum gram the City of Florala is eligible for in FY 77 is in the amount of $200,000.00, • /s/JoeR. Evans Mayor ATTEST: Martba Byrd City Clerk 4-8-2tc LEGAL NOTICE The State Of Alabama, Cov- ington County. CARD OF THANKS It is with humble hearts w take this opportunity to than our many friends and relative for the love and concern show during the lingering illness o our loved one, Mrs. Sara Fraa ces Shows. Your visits, cards, flower and prayers will long be re memberod by those of us ,wE IN CIRCUIT COURT, IN loved her during the 96 y#ar EQUITY. Carolyn Plaster Complai- she lived. nanl vs. John D. Plaster Res- May God's hlessiugs resf, ab pondent, abide with each of you is ~u: i In this cause it being madeto prayer. The Famil~ 0 appear to the Register by affi- Mrs. Sara Frances Si~bwl davit of complainant's attorney that the Defendant is a non- resident of Alabama, and that his post office address is un- known, and further that in the belief of said afflant, the De- fendant is of the age of twenty- one years; it is therefore or- dered by the Register that pub- lication be made in the Florala News a newspaper published in 4-8;ItI ¢ ' LEGAL NOTICE r STATE OF ALABAMA COVINGTON COUNTY Covington County, Alabama once a week for four consecu- NOTICE OF MORTGAGE ! tive weeks, requiring the said FORECL(kSURE ,: John D. Plaster to plead, arts- Default having been mudt i wer or demur to the Bill of the terms of that certain mOrt Complaint in this cause by the gage executed on August ~Z~ If I didn't love my fellow man and my country, I would keep PUBLIC MEETING 30th day of April, 1976, or in 1975, by Eddie Hill, Sr., to thirty days thereafter a Decree First National Bank of (~ quiet on truths, facts and controversial questions. Yet the two Mrs. Nannie Gray Willis, age Pro Contessa may be taken Opp, Alabama, whicbsaidmbrt. letter word "if" affects us all and can and does re-write history. 75, a resident of Walker Street, It's a lot healthier in the communist countries to keep quiet or in Opp for the past 33 years, A public meeting will be held against him. gage is recorded in the Off/o just be a yes man and go with the current. Yes, and its the same passed away in an Opphospital, April 2Z, 1976 at 7:15 p.m. at Ala.,Donethisat the°ffiCe2ndindayAndalusia'of April, ofingtonthe County,JUdge Of Alabama,Probate,in~C~v, in America. If most of the authorities and news media practice Thursday night, April 1, 1976. the Florala City SchoolLunch- 1976. Property Book 677, pages M6. a double standard and cover up on issues and people from A to Z, She was a former resident of room for the purpose of hear- E.E. KING, Register 67, and said Default c0btinuiM then we can gradually and slowl~ be turned, or changed, in what this area and a member of the ing citizens comments concern- 4-8-4tc the undersigned, The First Na. we believe on finance, health, law, ethics, education, recreation Lockhart Primitive Baptist ins the full application of the and on and on. The Flag, Church programs, Bi-Centinual spot- Church. City of Florala under the Cam- tional Bank of Opp, the mort. light on a true & concerned Nation for its fellow man will have a L Survivors are her husband, munity Development Program. NOTICE OF gage,gagee byandvirtue°Wnerof°ftheSaidpowe~m°tto hollow ring to me. If our authorities are affixed or appointed Elder L.M. Willis of Opp, four All citizens are invited to attend sale contained therein, will~ll from heaven. Then why did the news media and people in all walks sons, Max Willis, of Florala, this meeting to review projects PUBLIC HEARING at public outcry for cash to t!~ of life drag our Ex-President Nixon's namethroughpiles of venon Glenn Willis of Plant City, to be submitted with a full ap- A meeting is called for Wed- highest bidder, in front of tl~ & dung & continue on & on and award journalistic Blue Ribbons, Jimmy Willis and Sonny Willis. placation for Discretionary nesduy, April 14, 1976 at 7 Courthouse of Covington Colin for so much misrepresentation. Did they find the perfect scape both of Crestview, Florida; two Funding undrer Section 570.400 p.m. at Carver School Commu- ty, Alabama, within the le~aA goat for a decoy for what is happening in America in the seventies, daughters, Mrs. OthineHataway of the Housing and Urban De- nity Center in Florala for the hours of sale, on the Z3rd 4aj A divided Family, Church, Nation etc. loses its strength and un- ofNewton, Mrs. Etowau McCall velopment Act of 1974. Maxi- purpose of assistance to home of April, 19%, the follow l~l scrupoulous men know how to manipulate their fellow man and of Crestview, four sisters, Mrs. mum grant the City of Florala owners under the Community described real estate, situat~l, issues. Thesearticlesofyourstrulyhasto be put down or covered Lennie Bell Goolsby of Florala, is eligible for in FY 77 is in up and it can't be done in open forum for I have done my homework. Mrs. Dewey McLaney of Lock- the amount of $200,000.00. theDeVel°pmentcity of Florala.Grant grantedAll hornet° County, Alabama,lying and being to-wit:in Coviug~o¢~. Hope to continue, hart, Mrs. Ruby J. Wise of /s/Joe R. Evans, owner, s desiring assistance Lot Eight (8), in Block Fii~ MEMBER BOARD OF Dan McLeod, P.O. Box #103, Lockhart, Alabama. Tallahassee, Mrs. VoncileGnd- Mayor through the Community De- Nine (59) of the Hughes Ariel- MISSIONER I earnestly solicit your vote win of Geneva, three brothers, ARREST: velopment Project Grant and tion to the City of Florala, A~- 3 an influence in my candidacy Early Belcher and Rex Beleher, Martha Byrd through Farmers Home Ad- baron, including all improve- for ~ member of the hoard of - ' both of route one, Laurel Hill, City Clerk. ministration are invited to this meets thereon. I". hereby announce my can- acy for member, Board of Covington )', District 3, subject to Primaries of 4 and May 25. You honor me with elec- to this office, I will stress • ~ss to the entire District county as a whole. I a tremendous responsibi- sacred trust attached important position. vote and influence will . appreciated and re- Pol. Adv. by Cliff Mad- Alabama). the Covington County Commis- sion, District 1 (Opp), subject to the Democratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25, 1976. I will strive to see each of you personally. Any support you can give me will be sin- cerely appreciated. W. W. HARPER (Pd. Pal. Adv. by W.W. Harper, Route 2, Opp, Ala.) PROBATE JUDGE MEMBER, COVINGTON COMMISSION 3 OF ....... ,~ .... ..... COVINGTON COUNT~[ CLIFF MADDOX I hereby announce my candi- dacy for re-election as Probate Judge of Covington County. During my tenure, the Pro- bate Staff and I have endea- vored to serve you with friend- liness, courtesy and efficiency. May we continue that re- lationship. my candiOacy for as Member Board of tissioners, Covington District 3, Subject to the 4 and May 25 Democra- assured that I will stand what I feel to be in the interest of all of Coy- LELANDENZOR (Pd. Pal. Adv. by Leland En- zor, Andalusia, Alabama) County. nk you for what you have again. TRENT LEWIS Pal. Adv. by Trent Le- Alabama). CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4 (Red Level) I hereby announce my candi- dacy for member of Covington County Commission, District 4, subject to the Democratic Primaries of May 4 and May 25. Your support and vote will be truly appreciated. [EMBER, COVINGTON COMMISSION 3 q~ectfuIIy submit my can- Red Level, Alabama). as member of the Board JERRY COOK (Pd. Pal. Adv. by Jerry Cook, ~ission, District 3, Coy- I Alabama, I I FOR MEMBER COVINGTON COUNTY COMMISSION DISTRICT 4 (Red Level) I, Arnold Davis, hereby an- nounce my candidacy for mem- ber of the Covington County Commission, District 4, sub- ject to the Democratic Prima- ries of May 4and May 25. Your vote and support, in this my first attempt at public of- fice, will be sincerely appre- clatnd. a high school graduate, degree in BUsiness Law Cornell University and ~pth study of the Management. 1 I am fully quabfxed, and able to make Dis- a full time commas- worthy of your vote and Your every consider- Will be sincerely appre- KENDALL MARAMAN Pal. Adv. by Kendall Route Two, Florala). COVINGTON COMMISSION 4 (Red Level) announce my can- member of the board County Commission, subject totheDemo- of May 4 and 1976. honor me with elec- Will serve all the people County to the very ~Y ability. ARNOLD DAVIS (Pd. Pal. Adv. by Arnold Da- vis, Route 1, McKenzie, Ala- bama). LLOYD RODGERS I I~I. Adv. by Lloyd Rod- li ~Red Level, AIa- JUDGE i CIRCUIT | i announce my can- M~ ~r re-election to the l"~'~t, t Judge, 22nd Judicial ~. riace No, 1. subiect I I FOR CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD, COVINGTONCOUNTY COMMISSION I am soliciting the support of you fine voters in the May4and May 25 Democratic Primaries for re-election as Chairman of the Board of Covington County Commissioners. Having served for two terms as Commissioner of District 4 and onv term as your Commis- sion Chairman, I feelthat I have the experience necessary to make you a good Chairman. Your vote.and support will be sincerely appreciated. HIRAM T. PITTS ~Pd. Pal. Adv.. by Hiram T. fits, Red Level, Alabama); mes Special , - , " .......... - 7: ....... " LUBE AND OIL CHANGE UP TO 4 QTS of Gulf Brand 10.30 Oil or 30 0il--- 10-40 Grade Sl.50 Extra s3 Complete Chassis Lubrication and Oil Change Helps Ensure Long Wearing Parts and Smooth, Quiet Performance Includes Most Passenger Cars and Light Trucks Holmes Gulf Service 300 Ealt 5th Avenue Florala, Alabama 36442 4 - Way St~op L~ ii I I I I OPP THEATRES CAROUSEL Twin Cinema Downtown Opp THUR. THRU TUE. APRIL 8- 13 14RIS lIRISlOi~FERSON. dAN MiONAi:i VIIE[NI VIGILANIE FORCE. ¢,:r .~ "1 Pt; ltlltilrllllllllilf.I $u f~i ~'lto ltl Uillled Arhlllll it SHOWS AT 7:00& 8:40 MATINEE SAT. & SUH. AT 2:00 TUE .~GAY IS "BARGAIN NITE" Coming Next- HARD TIMES i y i LI' DIXIELAND Drive-in Theatre Hwy. 84 between Opp and Elba FRI., SAT., SUN. APRIL 9, 10, 11 PLUS "Son of ALL NEW IN C 0LOR I i OPEN AT 6:00 START AT. 6:30 TICKET OF FICE OPEN ~ TILL 8:30 WATCH FOR TIME CHANG E iii AGE OF 90 Mrs. Daisy E. Watson, age 90, resident of Florala for over plication for Discretionary Funding under Section 570.400 of the Housing and Urban De- velopment Act of 1974. Magi- Woodrow Belcher of Lockhart, 4-8-2tc meeting. Said sale and any conveya~( 21 grandchildren and six great Representatives of the Far- made in consummation tbe~e grandchildren, mers Home Administration, of, will be made to subject ~t¢ Funeral services were con- ducted at Z p.m. Saturday from LEGAL NOTICE The City of Florala, and South- any existing Federal tax lie#~, east Planners will be in atten- if any, and/or special asses~s- Evans Funeral Home with dance, as well as other interest- meats, if any, which might fi- Elders John Btacksher and ed persons, to explain to all versely affect the title to sub- Raymond Williams officiating. A public meeting will be held citizens involved, the Commu- ject property. ': Burial was in the Lockhart April 19, 1976atV:15p.m.atthe nlty Development Project and Said sale being made for tl~ Primitive Baptist Cemetery Florala City School Lunchroom assistance that will be made purpose of paying the mortg~ with Evans Funeral Home for the purpose of hearing citi- available to property and home indebtedness and the costs aid directing, zeus comments concerning the owners, expenses of foreclosure, Ino~- full application of the City of All citizens of Florala are ins a reasonable attol~y's l~. Florala under the Community requested to take notice and THE 'FIRST NATION JlL .DAISY WATSON • Development Program. All attend 4his /mportant meeting. BANK OFO~'P A citizens are invited to~ attend /s/Joe R. Evans Owner of said Mortgage DIES T THE this meeting to reviewprojects Mayor, By Charles T. Morr~, to be submitted with a full up- City of Florala its attorney : ARREST: 4-1-3~C cSlMariha Byrd ity Clerk 4-8-2tc PLEASANT GROVE ASSEM- BLY OF GOD CHURCH will have a rummage sale at Clear Springs on Saturday, April 10. The usual place on Highway 55. Shop with us! 4-8-1tp FOR SALE: 1 B511 Stereo Component Set. Has AM-FM radio, 8-track tape player, re- cord changer and roll-a-round cart. A real value at $149.00. SULLIVAN FURNITURE tnFlo- rain. 4-8-1tc BOX SUPPER - the public is invited to an old-fashioned box supper at Damascus Club House April 13, 1976. Sponsored by Damascus R.D.C., at the Club House ou Wing Road. Time- 7:30 p.m. 4-8-1tc RUMMAGE SALE - Saturday FOR SALE: I 18-pouml Gab- from 8 to 5 and Sunday from son automatic washer. Extra 1 to 4. At Chester Adams' FOR SALE: 1 used Apt. gas value at $179.00. SULLIVAN in Paxton. Items of two fa- range. Like new. $129.00. FURNITURE in Florala. milies for sale. #B595. SULLIVAN FURNI- 4-8-1tc 4-8-1tp TURE in Florala. 4-8- ltc COME BY Booth Drug and s@ our new hair brush center a~ the new shipment of cosmetic~ We have something for all. 4-8-Ifc FOR SALE: 1 used Kelvinato! Electric Range. $79.95. #B, 503. SULLIVAN FURNITURI~ in Florala. 4-6-1t~ DEAR FRIEND: You can g~ to worship. YOU can sl~ pray, preach, give and still please God. If you want rd know what is wrong with your worship read Romans I0:I-3. Read verses 3:2. Want to know FOR SALE - Citrus, pecan, peach, pear, and other fruit trees. Also camellias, aza- leas and Var ornamentals. Telephone 858-Z711 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 FOR SALE - bird dog puppies. Liver Pointer. Also Easter rabbits. All sizes o any color. Call after 3 o'clock 8-33Z6. 4-1-4tc FIVE DOLLARS AN HOUR-r Knapp Shoe part-time sales- men earn this much and more because commissions are higher than ever. NO invest- menu Free equipment! Free training program! Free Shoes! Interested? Write H. E. Mag- ner, Knapp Shoes, 425 Knapp Centre, Brockton, Massachu- setts 02401. 3-1 B-Tip FOR SALE: New, used and re- cap tires, auto, truck, tractor and industrial. "WG,-,D TIRE SERVICE, INC., Opp, Alabama Phone 493-3800. 2-19-tfc NOTICE - - I am no longer responsible for any debts other titan those made by myself. W. C. PICKRON 3-18-4tp FOR SALE - Fiberglass bati tubs and shower unit~ One piece construction. $50 t( $65 each. Call 8-4902. 18-4t HOUSE FOR RENT: Call 8-. 3395 for more information, -Z6-ttd CATFISH FINGERLINGS .... -, large s/ses - del/very avniF Catfish Farm. TRIPLE "M~ CATFISH FARM, Route $ Georgiana, Alabama 36033., 4-1-t¢t FOR SALE: 1~74 AMC Hot net. AT, PS, AM-FM rndio, ,' door. Good condition. Phn~ 858-8477. Price - $1300. 4-1-Zt I IIIII I 1 CROPLAND FOR LEASE 100 to 1,000 acres. Will cooperate with you to put in your crop if necessary. Phone now - 89Z-Z9Z0. ! 4-I-2tc III II I I I IIII ] | FOR SALE: 16-hnrse power garden tractor. Phone g-801Y.. 4-8-2tp HELP WANTED: RN Re- gistered Nurse. Parttime. Pa- ramedical insurance examiner in Florala area. Phone 813- 646-1433 for interview ap- pointmunt. 4-8-2tc FOR SALE: I B676 GE Re- frigerator. Perfect operation. $79.95. SULLIVAN FURNI- TURE in Florala. 4-8-Itc FOR SALE: Get your child an Easter Bunny for Easter. Call Danny for more infor- mation or to place orders. Phone 858-5142. 4-8-2tc IF LEAKING WATER faucets or valves are your problem, caU ~n~" Flournoy, 8-351Z for economical repairs. fast 2-26-tfc FOR SALE - tomato, pepper, and bedding plants. See Phil Cook, Opp Highway. Phone 8-7811. A_I 91.~ ler. In good condition. Con- FOR SALE: 1971 Ford To- tact George Lancaster at rind GT. Automatic transmis- 8-3342. sion, air conditioning, power 4-8-tfc steering. Call 7-3546 in Lau- rel Hill, Florida. CAMPER SHOW!! Motorhnmes 4-8-1tp $8968!1 Pickup Campers $898! Travel Trailers $1,688!! Fold- leg Campers, stove, etc., $1388!! Parts galore!!! SQUIR- • REL'S TENT CITY, open every- day!! U.S. Hwy. 98. 15 miles east of Pensacola. 4-1-6tc FOR SALE: I Speed Queen Au- tomatic washer. Operates per- FOR SALE: 1971 Chrysler. fect. $1Z9.00 #BZ48 at SUL- FOR SALE: Ithaca IZ guage something else? Irathersland before God a murderer, a liar, Will sell or trade. Tom Wind- LIVAN FURNITURE in Florala. pump shot gun. Like new. a thief, than to stand before ham, phone 8-5451. 4 8 Itc 4-8-Itc Phone 652-4338 after 5:00 p.m. - - 4-8-1tp God in Hilly Graham s place. BRO. BROOKS. FOR SALE: 12x60 house trai- 4-8-1t~