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RVED JECT TO LICENSE AGREEMENT• REPRODUCTION, DISSEMINATION, STORAGE, DISTRIBUTION PROHIBITED• PAXTON MENU lIT CLERK CIRCUIT for re-election Circuit me to voice my for the opportunl- had to serve my goal to of this office energy, and fair all. My exper- certainly warrant that, if you re-election, I Policies that I Workable and elf- My race is prl- 5 and June 2, RAY BOZEMAN by Ray Boze- ia, Ala.) CLERK CIRCUIT my candidacy of Circuit Court County, I earn- vote and su- subject to primaries of 2, 1970. I to give you best of ser- H4RVEY L. WILSON By Harvey L. Andalusia, Ala.) FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40111 DISTRICT Your vote and support is ~arnestly solicited in my can- didacy for Representative, Ala- bama State Legislature, Place #2, District 40, comprised of Covington and Geneva Counties. I am a former State Senator and this experience wen qua- lilies me for a term as your State Representative. R will be my intention to conduct this high position with integrity and fairness to all citizens in Covington and Geneva counties. J. A. HUGHES Pd. Pol. Adv. by J. A. Hughes, P.O. Bx. 129, Hartford, Ale. FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT In announcing my candidacy for the State House of Repre- sentatives, Place #2, District 40, I urgently request your vote and support. I feel I am well qualified. I will give you honest, fair, and impartial service. LOUIE F. GRIMES Pd. Pol. Adv. by Louie F. Grimes, Opp, Alabama ATTORNEY CIRCUIT my can- for from the 20th Senatorial~ FOR SENATOR 20th DISTRICT I hereby announce that I am a candidate for nomination in the Democratic Primaries as Sena- Attorney, District composed of Butler, Circuit (Coving- Covington, Crenshaw and the Democratic Lowndes Counties. May 5 and I am running on my record and influence will aPPreciated. PRESTWOOD of legislature performance as State Representative Place #2, 40th Representative District composed of Coviugton and Gen- eva Counties. I invite you to check my record in the House of Representatives. I offer you experience, ability and a sincere desire to repre- sent you. I earnestly solicit your vote and support. CRUM FOSHEE Pd, Pol. Adv. by E. C. "CrUm" Foshee, Red Level, Alabama FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT I hereby announce that I an a candidate for nomination in the Democratic primaries as a member of the Alabama House of Representatives, Place #2, 40th District, comprising Cov- ington and Geneva counties. If elected I promise to keep in close touch with the people of the two counties and to work for the benefit of the District and of the State of Alabama. I will sincerely appreciate your vote and influence and win make an earnest effort to see all the voters of the District pr~or to the election May 5. JAMES DENN EY. Pd. Pol. Adv. by James Deuney, Florala, Alabama Prest- Ala. COURT vote for Intermediate of Covington am qualified to of this court, You honest, fair CLYDE LOVE by Clyde Love, ~NTATIVE DISTRICT your vote my candidacy of Repre- and to the tobe 2, 1970. work hard representative :) WISE by Saxon Wise, F PROBATE as "Your Pro- hope that our will merit supPort and con- LELAND ENZOR Lelend Enzor, IFF COUNTY your vote my candidacy the office of v enforcement faith- service. F. CHAMBERS by Glen F. Alabama COURT for election Judge of the Intermediate to a partial the late Gc--. has been for many 3 years it a Success. working your sup- on May 5, COLQU ETT by Donald F. FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY In announcing that I am a candidate for the nomination of Sheriff subject to the Demo- cratic Primaries of May 5th and June 2nd, 1970, please let me thank you again for the vote and support you gave me four years ago. I received 48.1% of the total votes cast in the run-off election. I will always be grateful. I again respect- fully solicit your vote and sup- port and promise if elected to fulfill the duties of the office to the best of my ability. ELIE HARRELL ~Pd. Pol. Adv. by Ell Harrell, And~usia, Ala.) FOR JUDGE OF PROBATE COVINGTON COUNTY I wish to announce my can- didacy for Probate Judge of Covington County subject to the Democratic primaries schedul- ed May 5 and June 2, 1970. I humbly ask for and will ap- preciate you support and vote for this office. As your Probate Judge I pledge to run the office competently and in a manner that will meet with your ap- proval. CHARLES S. NEWMAN Pd. Pol. Adv. by Charles ~, New,nan, Andalusia, Alabama FOR DISTRICT ATTORNEY 22nd JUDICIAL COURT I hereby announce my candi- dacy for District Attorney of Covington County, 22rid Judicial Circuit. Your help win be needed and appreciated and I respectfully solicit your vote and influence° I will work tirelessly to give you and this office the very best in me. JOE BRECK GANTT Pd. PoL Adv. by Joe Br@ck Gantt, Floraia, Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY This is to announce that I have qualified as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Covington County subject to the Democratic primaries that are scheduled for May 5 and June 2, 1970. Alert and honest law enforcement is my pledge in asking for your support. I sin- cerely solicit your vote in which I pledge equal Justice for all. EARL PRESTWOOD Pd. Pol Adv. by Earl Prest- wood, Andalusia, Alabama FOR REPRESENTATIVE PLACE #2, 40th DISTRICT In announcing as acandidato for the Alabama House of Re. presentatives, Place No. 2, for the 40th District, comprising Covington and Geneva counties, I earnestly solicit your vote and support. I was associated with the Covington ASC office for 16 years, and have some roots in Geneva County, aback- ground that should provide me the requirements to represent both counties effectively. I am running subject to the Demo- cratic primaries of May 5 and June 2. HAROLD B. WISE Pd. Pol Adv. by Harold B. Wise, RFD 2, Klnston, Ale. FOR SENATOR 20th DISTRICT I wish to announce my candi- dacy for the office of Senator to the State Legislature from the 20th Senatorial District composed of Butler, Covington, Crenshaw, and Lowndes Count.. ies, subject to the elections in the Alabama Democratic Pri- maries to be held on May 5, 1970, and June 2, i970. As your Senato~, I promise to represent all of the penple of Butler, Covin_gion, Crunshaw, and Lowndes Counties equally, a~ not Just a chosen few. I earnestly solicit your vote and influence in my behalf. R is my sincere hope to see as many of the voters of But.. let, Crenshaw, Covh~ton, and Lowndes Counties as time will permit. FLETCHER JONES Pd. Pol. Adv. by Fletcher Jones P.O, Drawer 1128, Andalusia, Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY I hereby announce my can- didacy for re-election as Sheriff of Covington County. I have enjoyed my work with you and earnestly sollcif your vote and influence for another _four-year term. I pledge tO continue to rigidly enforce the laws of this county and state and the same fair and impartial service. P. R. "Pop" GANTT Pd, POI. Adv. by P.R. "Pap" Gantt, RFD 2, Andalusia, Ala. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE 22nd JUDICIAL CIRCUIT Your vote and influence is sincerely solicited in my candi- dacy for re-election to the posi- tion of Circuit Judge, 22nd Judi- cial Circuit, Covington County, subject to the Democratic pri- maries that are scheduled for May 5 and June 2, 1970. You have honored me with election to this post before and I pledge a continuance of im- partial policies that I have followed during the past. Having served as your Cir- cuit Judge I feel more than ever the tremendous responsi- bility and sacred trust attached to this important position. you are kind enough to re-elect me I dedicate myself anew to this noble task. MURLAND SMITH Pd. PoL Adv. by Murland ~mlth, Andalusia, Alabama FOR SHERIFF COVINGTON COUNTY Having qualified as a can- didate for Sheriff of Covington County, I come to you to ask your support. In the past I have worked in your area and have become aquninted with many of the.fine people of Floraia~ Loc~ and surrounding areas. I make my home in Andalusia, and have spent most cR my life in thi, county. . I honesuy beIleve chat I an. capable of maintaining the du- ties of this office, and ask that you give me the opportunity to serve you. Your vote and influence will be appreciated. Go to the pon.q May 5th and vote for me. ELBERT WILLIAMS Pd. PoL Adv. by Elbert Williams, Andalusia, Ala. THURSDAY- chicken and rice, spiced apple rings, buttered broccoli, banana pudding, rolls, butter and milk. FRIDAY - barbecued beef on buns, pea beans, cabbage- raisin salad, cake and straw- berries, milk. LEGAL NOTICE ESTATE OF H. G. McDANIEL DECEASED Letters Testamentary of said deceased having been granted to the undersigned on the 17th day of April, 1970, by the Hen. Leland Enzor Judge of the Pro- bate Court of Covington County, notice is hereby given that all persons having claims against said estate are hereby required to present the same withintime allowed by law or the same will be barred. William Henry Grady McDaniel Executor 4-23-3tc NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Sealed proposals for the con- struction of a One-Unit (Type C) National Guard Armory at Florala, Alabama, wtll be re- ceived by the State Military Property and Disbursing C~- ricer, 1720 Federal Drive (Post Office Box 1311), Montgomery, Alabama, until 2:00 p.m., CDT, 7 May 1970, at which time and place they will be publicly open- ed and read. ******** NOW AVAILABLE AIR CONDITIONING AND REFRIGERATION SERVICE AND REPAIRS Phone 8-6081 MICKELSON REFRIGERATION SERVICE Plans and specifications and contract documents are open to public inspection at the State Military Department, 1720 Fed- eral Drive, Montgomery, Ala- bama; at the office of Mr. Even view highway. To sell for ba.. M. Terry, Architect, 2129 lance due on mortgage. See Mc- Montgomery Highway, Bit- DANIEL MOTOR CO. 3-19-ffc LIKE TO BUY small inex- pensive mobile home. Call 8-2055 Florala. 4-23-2tc FOR SALE - G-room house and 4-acres land located about 3 miles from town just off Crest. FOR SALE - My home on Lake Jackson. 3 - bedrooms and 2 baths. Central heating and air conditioning. Wall-to-wall car- pet. Fenced in tennis court. Call Andalusia 222-4136 until 5 o'clock. Call 222-4968 after 5 o'clock. 4-9-tic. MRS. MARGARET SHELLEY mingham, Alabama; at theF.W. Dodge Corporation in Birming- ham, Montgomery and Mobile, Alabama; Atlanta, Georgia; and Pensacola, Florida; and at the Birmingham Builders' Ex- change in Birmingham, Ala- bama. Plans and specifications may be obtained from Mr. Terry upon deposit of $25.00 per set in the form of a United States Money Order or a certified check made payable to The Armory Commission of Ala- bama. The full amount of depo- sit win be refunded upon return of all documents in good condl= tion within fifteen (15)days after the date of bid openings. FOR SALE - 2-bedroom 8'x40~ house trailer. For more infor- mation phone 8-6362. 4-23-3tc FOR SALE - Winnie Shepherd home place. 154' 6" frontage facing Opp highway. 143' deep. See JOHN C. EVANS, at Evans Cleaners. 3-26-ifc The building to be constructed under this contract will be a Coe-Unit (Type C) National Guard Armory, complete with utilities to a point five feet (5') outside the building lines. The building shall be a one- story conventional masonry structure with brick veneered (cavity) exterior walls and con- crete block back-up. Interior partitions shall be concrete block. A portion of the building shall be steel framed. Roof shall be a 20-year built-up over alightweight concrete deck on bulb tees and formboard or poured lightweight slabs over porous fill The above general outline of principal features does not in any way limit the responsibility of the Contractor to perform all work and furnish all plant, ,labor and materials required by the specifications and the plans and drawings re- ferred to therein. The building contains approximately 15,050 sq. ft. gross area. 4-16-3tc ACA, FOR SALE OR RENT - beach house at Panama City, Fla. To rent dally or weekly. Call JrP. B. Gantt, phone 49885 or 8-2258. 4-9-tfchg. I CHAIN SAW end LAWN MOWER REPAIRS ALL WORK GUARANTEED ALSO PARTS FOR MOST ALL LAWN MOWERS AND SAWS Woodrow Adams SALES AND SERVICE PAXTON, FLORIDA I I II I IIII I I THE FLORALA NEWS, established 19';)0 and published weekly .on Thursdays, Lucite K. Woodham McRae. Publisher and editor. Entered at the post office at F 1 o r a I a, Alabama ~ 36442 as second class matter. F LORALA, ALABAMA DISCOUNT HEA.LTH & BEAUTY AIDS SALE Thur.., Fri. & Sat., Apr. 30, May 1 & 2 ii. I LISTERINE 14-OZ MOUTHWASH REG. $1.19 , . l EFFERDENT 40's REG. $1.19 R EG. $1.05 62˘t SHAMPOO (REG. OR HARD TO HOLD) WHITE RAIN 13-OZ HAIR REG. $1.49 ****** ********** Ik******** * THE PERFECT way to earn. Your own hours. Near home. Big money potential. Be an Avon Representative. Still some va- cancies. Call quickly. OBYREE HAYES, Locldlart, Ala., phone 8-4805. 3-20-1tchg. FOR SALE - 90-day speckled velvet beans. $10 per bushel. PAUL HUDSON, Glendale, Fla., phone 859-2313 in DeFuniak Springs, Fla. 4-30-3t'pd. FOR SALE - china, crystal, glassware, gift items exotic orientals some hand carved, $1.00 up. Assorted gifts items and novelties - over 1,000 items. MRS. BLISS, phone 8- 7067. Located on dirt road East of Highway 331, north of Oil Well Gas Station. 4-30-1tpd JACKSON FISH POND is now open for fishing. 4-30-2tchg. MRS. WHARTLEY, teacher of the week, showing Salonie Washington, Teresa Waldrop, and Willie May Washington how to run the tape recorder. FOR RENT - by week or week- end. Water front cottage on Choctawhatchee Bay at Black Creek. 5 minutes from gulf. Swimming pool privileges. Call 4-0980. 4-30-ffc PUPPIES - small squirrel dog has puppies. Would also make good pets. $5.00 each. From Florala pass Medleys Store, turn left, go down two blocks or call 8-2910. 4-30-1tpd,. FOR RENT - furnished or un- furnished apt. close in. 1801 W. 5th Ave. Phone 8-1067. MRS. GUSSIE W. FREE. 4-30-2tc DRIVERS NEEDED. Train now to drive semi truck, local and over the road. You can earn over $4.00 per hour, after short training. For interview and ap- plication, call 601-352-0309, or write Safety Dept., Nationwide Systems, Inc., 220 (~fice Plaza, Jackson, Miss. 39206.4-30-1tc FOR SALE - small John Deere bulldozter. In running condition but need some repair work. $350.00. Call 8-2055 Florala. 4-23-2tc NOTICE - GRAND OPENING of Manning's Fish Pond near Natural Bridge, Saturday, May 2. Everyone invited. 4-23-2tpd HOUSE FOR SALE - 3-bed- room house with Lakevlew front. Phone 8-1004. 2-5-tic IF YOU ARE BOTHERED with roaches, ants, rats, mice, or water bugs, call 8-1765 tn Florala or 493-4336 collect in Opp, Ala. THE ATOMIC EX- TERMINATOR offers bonded & insured termite control. The number to call .4s 8-1765, Florala Ale. 10-12-tic Tylmtdters & Addbl IhcMEos Oouod & Iopdrd IlllI, Y VIIIT! TO ~LOIIM.A waJker u,,i,ms tUI IhmUt ~IN, Ir4mmt al41M4 --Aadaimll III .... 6th Avenue Cleaners 1704 WEST 6th AVENUE - PHONE 8.1353 - We Pick Up & Deliver ONE-DAY SERVICE We Specialize In Hat Cleaning l__ Ill SINGER FOR SALE~ J~tD SERVICE CALL AUDREY HOLLEY PHONE 8-7080 _ I II I III LIVESTOCK SELL YOUR LIVESTOCK AT THE PAXTON LIVESTOCK COOPERATIVE MARKET SALE DAY EVERY MONDAY THIS IS A FARMERS AUCllON MAItKrr Mrs. Charlle Mae Whartley, Associate Reading Teacher, was born in Muscooge County, Georgia. She is the wife of Mr. Harvey Whartley. Mrs. Whartley moved to Lakewood, Florida, at an early age where she completed the eighthgrade. Afterwards she attended Ed- ward Waters College of Jack- sonville, Florida, where she finished high school and two years of college. BY BETTY TUCKER "&ANNETTE AD &1~$ CARO|,~N NOBLE~, a sen- ior, has been accepted by the Texas Cowgirls. The Cowgirls are a pro-hasketball team and they travel around the world and perform in such places as Japan, Canada, and Mexico. We wish Carolyn lots of luck and we hope she enjoys being n 'Cow girl' . .. GRADUATION is around the corner. Nearing another step toward graduation, the seniors received their caps and gowns last Tuesday. It won't be long now before that long awaited day, JUNE 3. CONGRATULATIONS to Pam Thorn (8th grade) for winning the spelling bee contest last Friday. Llnda Peele was run.. her-up! Good luck in the county run-off. Greg Coffey (Mrs. Ma- ddox's 4th grade) won in the An active member of Mount Pleasant A. M. E. Church of Flowersview, Mrs. Whartley is Chairman of the Trustee Board, Secretary of Stewardess Board Number 2, and Financial Se- cretary. She enjoys her work in the church because it was there that she began her teach- ing career. After teaching for afew years with her A. A. Degree, she attended Florida A & M Uni- versity where she received her B. S. Degree tn Elementary Education. The following year she was appointed to Mount Zion School where she re= malned until It was phased out. She then taught at Chapel Hill School for one year. Mrs. Whartley says that her secret desire is to see that all boys and girls acquire start. dards of quality that will lead them to trust the Lord by giv- iug their lives to him at an early age. Her hobbies include sewing, piecing quilts, taking care of flowers, and fishing. Mrs. Whartiey has taught school for forty-one years, thirty. eight having been in Walton County. She enjoys her work here because everyone seems to be sincere in trying to do a job. 'qt is a pleasure to work with these students in helplng them to overcome their slow- ness in reading," she said, According to Mrs. Whartley~ the teachers, the principal, and all other working personnel he~p to make Yaxton High School like a big family where every- one has one goal; to help boys and girls. elementary contest and Philip Tunnage (Mrs. Durell's 6th grade) was runner-up. Maria Milton, seventh grad- er, fell and broke her thumb while Jumping the hurles~ last week. Maria was practicing for the track meet held Saturday in Panama City. SHOW 'EM WHO'S BEST BOYSII NEWS STAff. EDITOR ..................... ~ ASS~TANT EDITOR ........ . ....~ FFA REPORTER ............... ~ ~ FHA REPORTER ............ .. ~ BETA CLUB REPORTER ........ . . ~ SPORTS REPORTER .............. .I~ GRADE NEWS ................... ~~ STUDENT COUNCIL .............. ~ ~v~m~ SPECIAL REPORTERS .............. YA~ ~MI]~. BETTY TUCKER, RC/~d~ C.dlMEII~T, ~Jl~l~ SANDRA HART, SHAl~ ~ ~ BAIliIA~E~ NONA THORN A VVmE .................. m, mI mm